Imagine a reality television show devoid of sin. Oh, it’s already been cancelled. Now, imagine watching a reality television show, but this time, the disgustingly great feeling of schadenfreude is missing from your viewing experience. Not nearly as fun, right? Since the dawn of the genre, reality television and the idea of sin have been intrinsically intertwined. It’s easy to see why: Few reality shows have ever touched on subject matter extending outside of the realm of petty social in-fighting, sex and the fallout from having it, beach vacations and other exploitative pursuits.