13 Reality Shows We Wish We Were Making Up

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What has the world come to?!?

These reality shows all exist or have existed at various, troubling times in the past.

1. Sex Box

Sex Box is a series coming to Wetv that features married couples having sex in a box and then discussing it.

2. Chrisley Knows Best

The cast of Chrisley Knows Best poses here for a promotional photo on behalf of this new USA series.

3. Bridalplasty

On Bridalplasty, brides to be competed in a number of challenges. The winner got herself some pre-wedding plastic surgery.

4. Married by America

Here's the good news: no one got hitched on Married by America. Here's the bad news: a show about strangers getting married via viewer votes actually existed.

5. Who's Your Daddy?

On Who's Your Daddy?, a woman earned $100,000 if she could guess the identity of her birth father from a group of 25 individuals.

6. My Super Sweet 16

Yup, this is exactly what America needs: really rich families spoiling their teenage daughters on television.

7. Wife Swap

There's also Celebrity Wife Spot and Trading Spouses. We feel nauseous.

8. Temptation Island

Multiple couples on an island, surrounded by hot singles. What could go wrong???

9. The Swan

The Swan aired on Fox in 2004 and pitted women who had plastic surgery against each other in a beauty contest.

10. I Love Money

All reality stars love money. So can you even blame VH1 for being so upfront about it?

11. The Man with the 132-Pound Scrotum

With a title such as this, TLC did not hide what The Man with the 132-Pound Scrotum was all about.

12. My Big Fat Obnoxious Fiance

My Big Fat Obnoxious Fiance asked a woman to marry a big obnoxious guy in front of her family. She won a lot of money if she pulled it off!

13. Naked and Afraid

Two people are placed on an island while naked and, presumably, afraid.

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