For Love or Money debuts tonight.

For Love or Money debuts tonight.
Taking a break from finding America’s most something somebody, NBC’s debuts For Love or Money tonight. The show follows a bachelor’s search for a partner from a group of “15 beautiful girls [who] come for love but are surprised to learn in the first episode that there is also a million dollar prize at stake–but the winner and the bachelor will not know that she ultimately must choose between the man of her dreams or $1 million.” The show’s bachelor is a 33-year-old laywer, Rob, and his 15 suitors all appear to have nearly the exact same haircut.

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