Well, to be honest with you, boomerang, I avoid these shows like the plague. There is something about the lowest common denominator constantly being aimed for, the sheer awfulness
of watching (apparently) real people expose themselves to the most humiliating scrutiny by moronic TV "hosts" & even more moronic audiences. Why do people put
themselves through this? It's a mystery to me.
But, OK, in response to your question, I'd avoid one of those programs that show "two sides" of a dispute (Sorry, I don't know the names of any. The few I've seen are made in the US, broadcast here in the afternoons & feature audiences that participate very
enthusiastically, wildly even!)
So my worst cause senario would be to be featured with, say, my ex-partner at the height of our "troubles", being "counselled" on one of these programs.
(Tell me, are folk paid lots of money to humiliate themselves (to thousands around the world!) like this?
(Hope this gets the ball rolling. Hopefully something more interesting will come along. Feel free to move onto that!