Reality TV's Integrity Questioned

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Reality TV's Integrity Questioned

Critics and viewers are beginning to question the integrity of reality-television shows, saying that some of them may be scripted or fixed. What do you think?
  • "Yes, definitely, at this crucial time in history, television shows are where Americans should demand accountability."

    Elaine Schoor
    Massage Therapist
  • "Scandals at reality shows? Next you're going to tell me that Michael Ian Black didn't actually love the ‘80s."

    David Hatton
    Landscaper
  • "You can't tell me that a show as choppy and haphazard as Two And A Half Men is scripted."

    John DeMuth
    Lawyer