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Jane discovers that 'she' has a monthly scrabble program with rude judge Madeline Summers, who is bugged that the ,000 dating agency 'she' advised never yielded a second date and insists they must sue, only to find Madeline's excessive demands, basically for a copy of her late husband, messed up all 27 first dates.
The psychic sisters are squabbling, a scarf is mentioned as is Isadora Duncan.
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Stanger’s Simon & Schuster books, “Become Your Own Matchmaker,” “Find Your Match,” “Seal the Deal” and “Raise your Desirability Factor” and DVD “Married in a Year,” and audio coaching programs “The Single Girls Handbook” and “Attracting a Soul Mate,” have a loyal, devoted following, and continue to brand Patti as the ultimate “matchmaking expert.” She was a featured columnist on . Patti has a successful jewelry collection called Je’Taime, and you can hear Patti on her new podcast, “Patti Stanger’s The Love & Sex Report” on i Tunes.
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Stanger has also successfully branched out into television acting with feature roles on “Drop Dead Diva” and “Days of Our Lives.” Patti owns the website, Patti Knows.com, in which she features the latest advice on love, dating and relationships.
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Iris Law, daughter of film star Jude Law and former model Sadie Frost, is already a global ambassador for Burberry at the age of 16. Prince Harry caused a furore when he once wore a Nazi officer’s costume, but happily his friends have not been scared off fancy dress.
Duncan was a famous dancer and coreographer who died in 1929 when her trademark long scarf got tangled in the rear wheel of her car, breaking her neck.
Grayson and Kim are puzzled that boss Parker, whom a client demands to plead his case personally against a disgruntled ex-employee who discredits his firm's chocolate snack, demands both of them to 'assist', in fact leaves the pleading them, so Grayson resorts to a daring pep-talk.