When Miami's most hard-to-match ladies have trouble finding the men of their dreams, they call on tough-love matchmaker Natalie Clarice.
In each episode Natalie and her team of romance strategists put two single ladies to the ultimate test using a variety of unconventional and unique techniques.
Short URLs redirect to a specified link while rendering a GIF preview on Facebook and Twitter. Natalie is determined to crack Miami's hardest cases and isn't afraid to tell it like it is to her strong-willed clients, who are often their own worst enemies when it comes to dating. She lets her clients know exactly what they’re doing wrong in their relationships, but isn’t naive enough to believe she can set them straight after the brief initial interview. Dana is a small business owner with a bit of attitude problem and a serious intolerance for germs.


She is currently pursuing a master’s degree in criminology, and admits to having anywhere from thirty-eight to fifty penis pictures on her phone. After seeing the way people on these shows behave, I look at myself and think, “wow, you’re a real catch!” Nevertheless, I liked that this show actually made me feel for the girls (well Dana, at least). From a client who has a 15-minute countdown clock for her dates to impress her, to a pageant queen who wears her sash and tiara on first dates, these women have some outrageous quirks that are keeping them from finding love. The hour-long reality show follows Miami-based matchmaker, Natalie Clarice, as she helps her clients sort out their issues so they can find the right relationship. Not only does she ruin a perfectly wonderful Louis Vuitton purse by attaching a tacky hand sanitizer keychain to it, but she actually asks her dates to use some before touching her. Her no bullshit, brutally honest approach was reminiscent of everyone’s favorite millionaire matchmaker, Patti Stanger.


Not only does she have an obsession with photos of the male anatomy, she also has no problem discussing said obsession with her dates.
We later learn that the reason Dana has so many walls up is because a man whom she dated for four years tragically passed away. I was happy to see that after taking Natalie’s advice her date went well, and she was able to let go of her control freak ways. By the end of the episode, she has been on a successful first date with a new guy who wants to see her again.



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