In retrospect, Los Angeles didn’t meet Hodges’ expectations back then.
“I still thought it was the 1980s on the Sunset strip, I thought Motley Crue and Guns N’ Roses and awesomeness was going to be everywhere,” he said.
Patti’s worried that Chris is still a little immature.
Patti, gurl, I gotta be honest—you’re not helping Chris’s man-baby status when you ask him if he’d like his “mind stimulated before his Our second millionaire is Max Hodges, who used to work at TMZ but quit because he wasn’t able to surf enough, apparently. Patti meets Max for a drink and demands to know whether he, being the hot dude he is, is actually a “dog.” Max insists he’s a good guy.
His name is Max Hodges (just in case you're wondering.) And after being with the TV show since the beginning, Max called it quits on Friday.
In iconic Max style he tweeted, " PICTURES: Max Hodges Of TMZ Max made not washing your hair an art -- and he successfully interjected sexual innuendo in almost every story he pitched.
"Sonja and I have been friends for awhile through Jill [Zarin], but Sonja and I never had that one on one time.
It was more like I was meeting an old acquaintance that became my friend through the experience," she confessed. We like the same things, the same type of men, we've both had rough times with love, but we are still open to it."The controversial couple came on the show this season to help Spencer's sister, Stephanie Pratt, find love.
They started dating after graduation when they were living in New York and a mutual friend reintroduced them. "The Millionaire Matchmaker" is back with a star-studded new season, and Patti's using her gift for matchmaking to set up some of our favorite stars. But she also loved working with the late Anna Nicole Smith's ex Larry Birkhead.toofab's Brittany Kyles chatted with Patti about the exciting new season where she opened up about her favorite celebrity clients -- as well as some of the more ones -- and what it was like working with her fellow Bravolebrities! "She [Melyssa] was my favorite female and Larry was my favorite male [this season] because they both worked their butts off, they both realized what they were doing wrong and they both really want love," she added. "When he came on he gave me a hard time, so did Chris Manzo. They are in the 'whatever happens, happens category,'" she explained., where Patti set out to find love for two guys who I’m honestly not sure are capable of doing their own laundry.Thankfully, though, these man-children both turned out to be 89475239874 times nicer than Luke Rockhold.