ABC's new show Conveyor Belt of Love makes your local meat market seem as romantic as a kiss on atop of the Empire State Building: the show's premise is five single women sitting before a stage with conveyor belt that, literally, passes 30 eligible bachelors before their eyes.
Each of the men has a minute to say, do or show something that will get them more face time with one of the women.
If a woman is interested in someone, that man will step aside and wait as the rest of the men go by, according to the show. But if another man comes by on the belt that seems better than that woman's first choice, she can swap out the man waiting off of the belt as many times as she wants until the last man has passed by.
The plot thickens, according to the show, if two or more of the women are interested in the same man.
The tables turn and the man on the conveyor belt gets to choose which one he would like to wait for, according to the show. After all 30 men have made it through the 'Conveyor Belt of Love,' each woman is left with her final choice as they embark on a date in the hope of finding a true connection.
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