So I was going to say I'm watching my first reality show, but I'm not.
I watch "Mythbusters" which isn't quite a reality show, but it's not quite a completely normal show. I've been watching it since the middle of its first season. I came across it when I was stuck on the back side of the Sierra when I was working at the Marine Corps Mountain Winter Training Camp. And I've been watching them ever since.
I watch "Undercover Boss" which is reminiscent to me of the Michael Moore "TV Nation" where he challenged different CEOs to do basic tasks. He challenged the CEO of Phillip-Morris to roll a cigarette. He challenged the CEO of GE to change a light bulb. His only successful challenge was getting the CEO of Ford to change the oil in an Explorer. Plus I loved the intro song.
I also watched "Miami Ink," "LA Ink," "NY Ink," and just "Inked" which was set in Las Vegas. All of them were fun shows more for seeing the artists work and hearing the stories why people were getting what they got. I also learned a lot about reasons for tattoo sizes and how things will change over time. But the manufactured drama just got too be too much.
I've tried some of the other shows, and nothing has interested me.
But, as kind of a fun thing, I'm watching Penny Arcade's "Strip Search" reality show on YouTube. It's a contest being run by the guys from "Penny Arcade" who will give the full support of their comic company to the winner of the competition. And I'm finding out that I read several of the comics from the artists who are competing.
It's really a lot of fun.