NBC told the women that they'd be appearing on a show called "Looking for Love," and that they could potentially "Meet the man of their dreams".
NBC told Rob that he'd be appearing on a show similar to The Bachelor, and that he could potentially meet "the woman of his dreams."
The host (or would he be called the parasite?) then announced to the women (after they were signed up and locked into the mansion and their contracts) that they would be awarded $1 million if they managed to be the last one standing.
Now we discover that Rob is to be let in on the little secret about the women whoring themselves for him so they can win the money.
So, I'm thinking they're not going to stop there. Are they going to let the women know that Rob knows the secret? And will Rob know something that the women don't know? Like, will NBC give the last woman standing the $1 million, but if she chooses him over the money, then they BOTH get $1 million? But if the woman chooses the money, she gets $1 million, but Rob gets $2 million? Or will they really twist and turn the tables and let us, the viewers, know something that none of the contestants know?
I'm wondering if NBC is going to try to spin something really complex here in order to kick the other networks' booties in the ratings department. I'm betting there's at the very least one more twist in this incredibly amazing enthralling captivating drama, but I can't imagine what it is.
(Can you tell things are slow here at work?)