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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
But at the warp speed at which technology moves, this is suddenly not convenient enough for us anymore. I mean, why get your man off an iPhone app or the Internet when you can more easily get him off... a conveyor belt, in much the same way you
It's about one of those sushi restaurant things except instead of raw fish, it's men. A great new technological advancement that has us thinking of other ways to revolutionize the dating-show format. A conveyor belt is beautifully simplistic in its
These men were delivered to these reclining prima donnas via conveyor belt— a literal conveyor belt. As if they were stepping off an assembly line from the Freshly Scrubbed Emo Dude Factory...They tuned in and got off as vapid divas objectified
“A conveyor belt with guys coming out? Come on, you’ve got to watch!” says executive producer Tom Shelly with a laugh. In the hour-long show, five women watch as 30 men are given a 60-second window to impress them while rotating
In a perfect world, Conveyor Belt of Love would be the most utterly convenient set up a girl could ask for. The men coming down the conveyor belt for my viewing pleasure would all be tuxedo-clad, tall, good-looking cogs, ready for molding into the
Tuesday, January 5, 2010 at 9:08 am ABC keeps lighting off new editions of The Bachelor , one off the other, like a chain smoker copping lights off the embers of his last butt. In the latest edition, pilot Jake became the last Bachelor/ette hopeful
Airline pilot Jake Pavelka, who was rejected by bachelorette Jillian Harris, gets a chance to hand out the roses himself in the 14th edition of the romantic reality series. (8 p.m. The drama series returns to complete its second season with 12 new
It's a brand-new year, but if you're looking for a full slate of brand-new shows, you'll have to wait a week. Blame The Fiesta Bowl (Fox, 8 ET/5 PT) for occupying Fox and encouraging CBS to save its top-rated lineup for less challenging competition.