For every semi-real reality TV show, there is an obviously fake one.These are programs that are scripted in everything but name, using recruiting actors to play “real people” and fabricating circumstances and storylines around them.Audiences are good at figuring out which elements of a work are on which side of the Fourth Wall.No explanation is necessary for why our hero can hear a ringing telephone but not the movie's soundtrack, or why the space ship is menaced by the Negative Space Wedgie, but not by the opening credits drifting by outside the ship: it's something we accept as part of our Willing Suspension of Disbelief.As a result, these people hoard garbage, detritus, and knick knacks to the point that their houses or apartments becomes stuffed with items.Most people who suffer from this disorder have very little room left in their homes.
The catch here is that the couple has to get married before the 90-day period that is afforded to them by the visa expires.
In fact, most of the regulars on the series aren't even Amish and therefore have no ties to the church.
, in addition to showcasing what an incredibly talented and intelligent cast can do in the name of science, is notable for the fact that its stars actively defied the attempts of executives to bog the show down with reality show-like drama.
Naturally, this leads to plenty of drama, a lot of culture shock, and much soul-searching.
However, it’s also worth noting that the production team scripts a lot of scenes in order to provide more drama.