However, the contestant is only allowed to select one person out of the five to proposition a second date to, (regardless if the dater accepted or rejected their offer for a second date) and after doing this, they are not allowed to meet the remaining daters on the RV (if any).
So in essence, the contestant who by the rules of the show is the only person allowed to end a date, this is a way for a dater to circumvent, and end the date themselves.The dater then exits and introduces themselves to the contestant.The date begins at this exact moment, and a timer is shown at the bottom of the screen, (which captures the length of the date).Unlike most dating shows to where usually a contestant goes on a date with someone then afterwards decides what happens after, the contestant in Next is in full control to how long, or even if a dater is on the date. Either a dater is "nexted" by the contestant, (in which if this person were one of the first four of the five daters, the segment continues and another dater would then immediately leave the RV to date the contestant; if not, the segment would immediately be over;) or the dater is offered a proposition from the contestant to go on another date/continue relations outside the program, or to essentially "next" themselves and reject the contestant.(This can only be done once, and once only to one dater, and the segment is over shortly after this.) In the sense of a date ending from being "nexted": If at any time (which could be within seconds or even hours) during the date in which the contestant feels that the dater isn't a match, (which a contestant can next a dater for warranted or unwarranted reasons; usually it's whether it is from lack of attraction, a bad first impression, a problem that happens during the date, not participating in a task or activity, or learning more about the daters personal life as the date goes along) he or she would be rejected for the rest of the program by the contestant and exclaim "next," and the date would immediately end.