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, what kind of breakdown did you see between actual reality, exaggeration and editing, and staging?

One thing that I should say as a caveat upfront is that I haven't worked in that industry for, like, 10 years, and I think it's changed a ton. [But] something we explore on is the skill set of getting people who are not actors to perform without giving them scripts. It's this really weird skill set that's not only manipulating people into performing how you need them to, it's even just having an ear for syntax as people describe their experiences and editing in your head so you can build a first-person narration from people who aren't narrators. I had spent my entire life battling the beauty industry. I was day-to-day doing stuff that in my gut felt wrong for me.

People with parents, children, wins and losses, morals, ideas, feelings, brains. I think often when we think about "feminist television" we convince ourselves that it has to be about strong women doing good things or something.

Rachel [one of the manipulative producers played by Shiri Appleby] almost strikes me as a Tony Soprano, where she has this moral compass but she doesn't always get to use it. She can be more morally adrift than Quinn [the head producer, played by Constance Zimmer], honestly.

But many recognize that their adoration for him comes from a place of respect because of the way he was presented on the show.

But that's pretty problematic in this medium because audiences have such a strong B. Being able to sniff out that phoniness is why a lot of people who do watch reality TV say things like, "Well, I know a lot of reality TV is fake, but…" What's the answer to that "but"? Even though I come from an academic family — my dad's a professor and both my siblings are academics — even in that circle, when I'd come home to BBQs or parties or bar mitzvahs or whatever, everyone wanted to talk to me about my job.

My sister was in the Peace Corps at the time, organizing coffee farmers in Central America, but everyone wanted to talk to me. For some of these people, it's the biggest thing that's ever going to happen to them in their lives. But then they wind up playing this chess game they can't beat.

Taking his friend Dean Unglert’s rather unfavorable portrayal on  as an example, Kraus observed that being cast in a negative light is pretty easy in the world of reality television.

But Kraus seemed to avoid a poor reputation for himself by staying true to the person he’s always been." data-reactid="33" contestants, receiving massive amounts of attention both online and in person.

Taking his friend Dean Unglert’s rather unfavorable portrayal on as an example, Kraus observed that being cast in a negative light is pretty easy in the world of reality television.

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