When Paul inherits a matchmaking company from his Aunt Cathy, he wonders what his aunt could have possibly been thinking. But he soon realizes it makes perfect sense: by his own estimation, Paul is very attractive, super-likable and a really happy person — and he’s got a fantastic marriage to a very wealthy woman, Teri.
Although Paul’s confident that he is the perfect person to help women find love, his approach is going to be a little different from that of his Aunt Cathy. His no-holds-barred philosophy toward dating can be surprising and frustrating to the women he is helping, but no matter how hilarious it may appear, his focus is always on being brutally honest with his clients.
Paul does try to hone his skills as a matchmaker and calls upon several professionals including the Millionaire Matchmaker, the ladies who wrote “The Rules” and the authors of “He’s just not that into you”. The episodes are HILARIOUS! I wouldn’t watch them around little ones, there is a bit of language but nothing worse than is on prime time when the kids are in bed.
In season 1 Episode 1 Paul Says ‘Know yourself to Grow Yourself.’ Well he client wasn’t too happy. I on the other hand thought it was so funny and you can’t deny he is always honest.
In season 1 Episode 3 Jillian played by Lisa Edelstein seeks out Paul’s advice on how to get back into the dating world after being in a 4 year relationship with her ex boyfriend. In this episode Jillian gets matched up with a ‘dummy’ for a date. My exes were dummies so I get what Paul is doing. I had an ex tell me how he’d dated women so much more beautiful than me but he couldn’t help but love me. Ummm yeah, that’s when it went down hill for me.Maybe if I’d had Paul getting back to dating would have been easier for me too.
I hope Jillian finds her prince like I did.
You can see the first 10 episodes of season 1 on Hulu by clicking HERE.
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