“It’s really is nice to see the real person,” Marc says.“There’s a lot of persona that proceeds someone who’s in the spotlight.Not getting past the first date to the second date?
“Eventually it boiled over,” he says, “because you’ve got to live your truth.” Now he’s at peace with himself, and he wants to share his life with someone.
I’m presently surprised by how human and real she is.” Sorry, Marc, are you, like, regularly poring over Dina Lohan tabloid stories?! They bond over their mutual love of home design and how they both have the obsessive-compulsive tendency to re-position the throw pillows on their couches. When they’re done eating, they get up and share a cute (albeit kinda stiff) kiss.
Dina and Marc have a nice dinner, and at the end, Marc says he’d like to see her again. Marc leans in for a kiss, and Dina transforms into a petrified child and gives him her cheek. I think Dina might need therapy more than she needs Patti.
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