That’s a hefty helping of male member for anyone’s retinas, but compared to these shocking moments from the murkiest corners of British broadcasting history, When this one-off gameshow aired in June 2000, two million of us – then a record for Channel 5 – tuned in to watch a load of nudists competing in the buff on the same assault course that was used for kids’ TV show . Though it was criticised by culture secretary Chris Smith in the House of Commons, the Independent Television Commission (ITC) said it actually only received one complaint from a viewer, who apparently told them he “could do without Keith Chegwin prancing around”.
Other participants had to separate the two girls taking part in a Russian TV show set in the Seychelles.
Finally, they tell her that the concept is that she will be running a Pawn Shop with another woman.
, the controversial new Channel 4 dating show which somehow managed to show us 282 shots of penises in 48 minutes.
The late fall doldrums are a dull time for fans of American reality television.
Juggernauts like "American Idol," "The Bachelor," and "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo" are on hiatus until January; fans looking to get their fix must sustain themselves on lesser fare, like "Storage Wars: New York" or "When Ghosts Attack." But instead of slogging through yet another iteration of "The Real Housewives," why not venture out of your reality TV comfort zone?