EW caught up with Stanger, and she dished on the biggest change we’ll see this season, the double standards women still face in the dating world, and the origin of her most memorable isms. We really break you of your bad dating habits and relationship problems. When it came to Claudia Jordan, she had a serious problem that happened to her at 18, and Kelly [Bensimon] blames Bethenny [Frankel] for ruining her life. It’s like, you sit in the hot seat, I’m Barbara Walters [and] Dr. And then I [use] my intuition, I’m psychically reading them. And then, you know, you get your party, we coach you into doing what we have to do. He gets into it with Candace, they have a little brother-sister spat. It has really good moments of highs and lows, and what happens in the end — who ends up with somebody, and who doesn’t listen, and who does listen — and then we have crazy millionaires that… I believe you have mates, who come into your life for a reason. I don’t believe the Beshert [Hebrew for “soulmate”] Jewish theory that “There’s only one.” Oh, my God, I’d be out of business, okay? PATTI STANGER: We still do the screaming at the millionaire, we still do a party — you know, like a mingle and all that stuff — but you’re gonna get a healing, which means a healing in the hot seat. We do a love lesson, and it’s really me breaking everyone in the hot seat.Tell Julia Roberts and Angelina Jolie that it’d be better if men didn’t follow their careers? ” Like, why am I being punished for being successful?
And so, it’s not about getting the guy and the girl in the end. So we make decisions based on trauma that happens in our life, and then we create a road that we take in love that never, ever works. that’s what made Last season you introduced the hotel and sort of spying on people before they come and meet you. We do The Luxe Hotel, which is a very exclusive hotel in Beverly Hills — up in the hills of Bel Air, actually — and we use i Pads, and we use Roku on the screen, and we do sometimes spy on people, but that’s pretty much it. In the opening sequence, you said you come from a family of matchmakers.
A lot of people make a lot of mistakes on social media. Women have to go to Europe and other countries to find men who will treat them better. Men are not available — we have 20,000 more men than women in L. And it’s emojis, and the emojis are my sayings and my isms. Okay, well this is a terrible ism, and I don’t use this — you’ve never heard me say this — she’ll say,  “One hole is just like any other hole, Patti. Just be careful who gets into your hole.” In other words, when men stick it in, they don’t care who they’re stickin’ it into.
Is there any dating advice that you would never give again, or that you now look at differently? And a lot of my isms  come from my grandmother, believe it or not. Because I believe that men have types, and they don’t — they can deviate [between] blonde hair and dark hair, but the innate qualities, the types are the same. That’s what the expression meant, so be careful before he sticks it in that he’s a real keeper and not a loser. She’s alpha at work.” You know, we have to do certain things to get ratings. It’s like we’re improvisation, and scripted gets the words, but we’re still actresses at the end of the f–kin’ day any way you look at it. So what projects do you have in the works right now?
"(I'm) just trying to take everything in (and) look around a little bit more trying to, you know, kind of capture some mental images of Wrigley and the fan base and my teammates," Arrieta said Monday.
"(I will) just to try and remember as much as I can about these last couple weeks -- if it's my last time in this uniform." Arrieta dropped his only decision against the Nationals this year and is 1-2 with a 5.48 ERA in nine career starts against Washington.
Scherzer, who was dealing with a right hamstring injury, said Sunday he felt comfortable throwing 100 pitches.