Eight things learned in 10 minutes of 'Conveyor Belt of Love' Episode 1

Yes, it only took me 10 minutes of watching "Conveyor Belt of Love" to learn eight things about the never-ending dance between men and women. Or, in this case, the never-ending assembly line.

And really, 10 minutes is about all you needed to grasp the subtleties of this (oh please let it be just a) one-off show from ABC: Guy comes down belt, five women make a snap judgment (with two-sided paddles that read "interested" or "not interested") about him, guy stays or goes away depending on said paddle, viewer loses interest quickly.

So this is what I picked up:

- Milk baths are gross. That was the opinion of at least two of the five women who dispatched a guy just as I clicked over from (no kidding) "This Emotional Life" on PBS (which was somewhat interesting but was not as compelling a show as I'd hoped it would be).

- One woman's creep in a Speedo cradling his dog is another woman's "golden statue" in a Speedo cradling his dog. "Another woman" in this case is Keiko, who says of Johnny Pride, the aforementioned dog-cradler, "I think it's cute that he's so, like, close with his dog. ... He's hot."

- Keiko, however, was nonplussed by the guy who has a one-man show called "How to Become a Man in 127 Easy Steps," which somehow involves hanging off a Cirque du Soleil-style ribbon for a good portion of it. Keiko doesn't like all his talking, but Jenn is into his slightly nerdy charms. Score one for the slightly awkward.

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