The Gazette (Montreal, Quebec)
Final Edition Section: Arts & Life; Pg. D8
August 13, 2003 Wednesday LENGTH: 277 words
Sex therapist keeps couples together on Take This Job …:
And a divorcee works at helping wealthy folk find the right mate at the right price
Anyone interested in labours of love will want to check out tonight’s instalment of the new series Take This Job … (A&E, 10 p.m.)
Zooming in on many of the interesting ways folks make a living, Take This Job … premiered last week with a look at a modern-day bounty hunter. While the second episode promises to be a bit less intense, it should be worth watching, as it examines the work of two people who help others find and keep true love.
Titled Love Connection, the instalment first spotlights Dr. Ava Cadell, a Los Angeles sex therapist and former B-movie sex symbol. (You may remember her from such films as Confessions of a Sex Maniac and The Hot Girls, both from 1974). Now one of America’s best-known sexual-advice gurus, Cadell helps couples keep their love alive.
The episode will also look at the work of former model Maureen Chatfield, whose own divorce inspired her to open an agency that helps wealthy clients find love.
Viewers follow Chatfield and a few of her matchmaking pals through a busy day of trying to create sparks that will, it is hoped, deepen into true love.
Other prime pickings: Although it’s a rerun, That ’70s Show (WFFF-44 and Global, cable 3), 8 p.m.) is always good for a laugh or two. Tonight’s episode will revolve around the Formans (Kurtwood Smith and Debra Jo Rupp) becoming upset when they find Jackie (Mila Kunis) has been spending nights in their home with Hyde (Danny Masterson).
Airing on Wednesday nights through Aug. 27, The Swap
(W Network, 10 p.m.) is a three-part miniseries about what can go horribly wrong when two families swap houses. Michael Maloney, John McGlynn and Jemma Redgrave star.