Wait, I'm sorry. "Documentaries."
They're all about how reality television lies, it LIES! And the thing that gets me- beyond the fact that anyone looking at reality television for absolute truth is not going to be swayed by an hour on VH1- is that I could have made this documentary. Not all of it, obviously; I don't have a funkily-lit room in which to interview former reality stars who want to talk about how they were represented. But I have a mic for my computer which would allow me to record voiceovers, and I have the still images they panned across to simulate movement and the short video clips they liked to take out of context.
In short: They were taking existing footage, and editing it together to fit the storyline they wanted to tell. Which is absolutely fine, and if they explicitly recognized the irony it would have been awesome. Instead, it's just kind of depressing.