But there are ways around the money pits of mingling with new love interests in pricey cities.April Masini, a relationship and etiquette expert who has authored four relationship advice books, recommends that if you're on a budget and looking for love, you have to be creative and efficient because dating can indeed get expensive. It's like the game Clue but someone got fingered instead of murdered. Then they all gather on the show and try to guess what happened on the dates and who likes who.A new report says it's not you, it's where you live.A new report by Wallet Hub ranked 2016’s Best and Worst Cities for Singles, taking into consideration dating economics, romance and fun, and dating opportunities."We looked at active Tinder profiles as well as other broadband internet and mobile opportunities," said Jill Gonzalez, analyst at Wallet Hub.That San Francisco is number one may come as a bit of a surprise. Wouldn't it be tougher for singles to mingle in such a high-cost environment?
"San Francisco is very expensive, but you must remember that people are also making more in San Francisco on average as well, which balances it out a bit," said Gonzalez.Trust us, interesting singles over 50 are out there, and you don't have to put up with the stench of a seedy nightclub at 2 a.m. All it takes is the right mind-set and a little strategy.You may be looking for love in all the wrong places — literally.The show often contains dialogue that "breaks the fourth wall" or lets the audience believe they know it's a television show.At the end of episode "Squid Pro Quo", Denny (William Shatner) ends the episode by saying, "I can't wait until next week." Alan Shore (James Spader) also notes that the show used to be on Mondays, and one time mentioned to Denny that "I've hardly seen you this episode." Melissa (Marisa Coughlan), Alan's assistant, once warns him against falling for a woman, citing, "She's only a guest star".Ethically-challenged attorney Alan Shore, formerly of Young, Frutt & Berluti, settles in at a wealthy and powerful firm focusing on civil cases.