What passes for "reality" under the great video eye of network television is pretty lame these days. Personally, we're not going to take that prefab national phenom known as Survivor seriously until someone dies of exposure, snakebite, or hunger during the show. Similarly, we'll consider Temptation Island "reality-based programming" only when one of the boyfriends starts to feel a burning sensation while urinating, and a trip to the health clinic includes a video log of the mundane... More >>>