The millionaires’ money-making skills are put to the test on a new episode of Megan Wants a Millionaire. It wasn’t enough that they proved to Megan how well they can lavish her, they have to show her how they can sustain their worth.
On tonight’s “Billion Dollar Doggie,” everyone gets down to business – doggie, and not dirty business. Megan Hauserman doesn’t only want herself pampered, but she wants her dog to get the five-star treatment as well. She gets the remaining contestants to turn her pet Lily into the most marketable and valuable of all Chihuahuas.
With every wad of cash comes a whopper of confidence, as these guys attempt to best each other in their strategies. Unfortunately, a couple of the millionaires just can’t help but suffer from overconfidence. Some find themselves in over their heads, making it more and more difficult to stay in the house.
Fighting for the love of Megan (and now Lily), every millionaire who wishes to stay in the competition has to prove themselves. It’s back to the business center for the millionaires to get creative. Things will be tough if they want pep for that pup, as Lily isn’t exactly easy to please.
As for her master, Megan will continue to sort out what she really wants to get from this competition. She retains some doubts about what type of man she really desires, and if she’ll eventually get that from the guys.
Below’s a sneak peek of the new episode of Megan Wants a Millionaire, titled “Billion Dollar Doggie.
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We last saw Megan celebrate Valentine’s Day early, getting the guys to smother her with presents. While some were thoughtful enough to show their sensitive sides, others tried to impress her with their money. As if that isn’t enough, there’s also that unbelievable performance from the Punisher.
In the end, it was Shaun who was eliminated. Sushi would’ve been nice, but eating it off someone’s body isn’t exactly gourmet.
Don’t’ forget to catch the new episode of Megan Wants a Millionaire tonight, Sunday, August 16 at 9pm.
-Maria Gonzalez, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
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