What happened next was pretty much what we expected: Patti got really REAL with anyone who asked for her advice. If he's your guy he'll walk over and buy you a drink.

These few intrepid souls surely knew what they were getting into, but did Patti's blunt (and sometimes crass) advice actually help? Krystie Yandoli: If I have to make the first move and initiate hanging out with someone or talking to someone, does that generally mean that this person isn't into me? But I wouldn't do the first move because that's masculine energy and you want him to be the man. If he's not, he's switch-hitting for the other team, he's got a girlfriend, you're a blonde, he wants a brunette, or he's passive-aggressive, which is the guy you're talking about right now. Krystie's response: I wouldn't say that Patti Stanger has progressive or modern views on dating, especially when it comes to anything outside of the heteronormative bubble that she assumes most people are a part of (assuming you're straight unless you say otherwise).

And Tony, Patti's friend who dates too young needs an intervention or he could end up alone forever. As painful pasts are revealed, can Patti break their bad dating habits and find them love?

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Bachelorette Jo Jo Fletcher sent home Alex (after an underwhelming day of horseplay) and James Taylor, right after she admitted to a special connection with the latter.

As part of the season 12 Bachelorette panel, Million Dollar Matchmaker's Patti Stanger sat down with Us Weekly Video correspondent Christina Garibaldi and Us Weekly assistant editor Jamie Blynn to discuss some of the biggest surprises from the ABC dating series' current season.

The delusional millionairess, Robin Kassner, returns but must drop the ditzy act and the wine straw for true love. All hell breaks loose when one client tests Patti's patience.

Derek, a fashion designer who is too shallow to settle, and Traci, a DJ who harbors major trust issues, seek Patti's help for love.

Patti has her work cut out for her when two high intensity lawyers check in. Drama erupts when Patti tries to thaw an Ice Queen's frozen heart.

David Goldman, the epic ageist, and Rhonda Wills, a red carpet snob, force Patti to pull out all the stops to try to find them love. Chef Roblé, who must whip up a balance between love and work, checks in.

But the one that likes you is gonna text you right back.

Matt's response: She told me everything I already knew, to be honest. Alana Massey: I very recently went this blonde after being a natural brunette my whole life —PS: Oh, I like it! And I'm wondering if it's going to make me seem like a less serious romantic prospect.

A profile photo is often your first impression of a potential suitor, but they don't always give an accurate representation of what the person looks like now. "When they take a picture of the picture of a fuzzy, it's 20 years old." 2. According to Stanger, it pays to bypass the fun stuff and get straight to business in terms of being upfront about what you're after in the long term. "Three apps is really good, but if you have the downtime and you can afford to do five, go for it," she said. "Recently a guy came to get me and he wanted me to come to his house, and he wasn't taking no for an answer," she said.