I’ve never been a fan of reality shows. I do, however, like game shows. The games show that I enjoy that come closest to reality shows are The Singing Bee and Don’t Forget the Lyrics. Those are obviously very much like game shows.
My family and I started to watch the first episode of Fox’s The Moment of Truth, but we changed the channel within ten minutes. We found that the questions were ridiculously personal and I could see trouble coming from that show just from the few minutes I heard it.
Now, that has come true. Lauren Cleri may be getting a divorce all because of The Moment of Truth.
Her husband had already known that she cheated. It was not that he was not aware of the situation. However, he did not want to go public with the information that his wife had cheated on him. However, she decided that she would tell the truth on the show, anyway. This is all according to Transworld News.
Obviously, since I like game shows, the thought of being on game shows has often come up as ideas and as discussions. I liked game shows even when I was a child.
Thus, I started talking about what I would and would not do on a game show even when I was young.
The first thing is that I would never do anything that was above my physical ability or that would scare me. This started with the simple stunts on Double Dare.
With having to tattle on people and play guessing games, I would often joke with my family or friends, but I would never actually tell anything that would cause problems.
I would never talk about cheating unless it was known and I was told it was okay to mention this to the public. I could not betray the trust and confidence of friends and family. That always comes first in a game show or tell the truth situation.
I would not even rat out my “enemies” unless it was something that actually needed to be known (such as something by local law officials). It would be way to rude.
I’ve done some pretty bad things at times and I know this. However, I am also sorry for doing them. My bad words against people have only come out when I’ve wanted to warn my friends about bad feelings that I have had about the people around them.
Fortunately, this has caused problems. Thankfully with one, we easily made up because he saw what I wanted to do. Yet, unfortunately with two others, they have not seem what I was actually trying to convey. I’ve apologized, but they have not accepted the apology and have actually made it quite clear that they do not want to accept the apology.
So, no, I would never go the way of Lauren Cleri on The Moment of Truth.
FINDITT, Lauren Cleri, “Moment of Truth” May Have Caused Her Divorce, Transworld News