I often smirk at the term "reality TV", being that most of it plays out to be the farthest thing from what you and I would consider "reality." From the ironically unreal world of MTV's 'The Real World' to the fairy tale bachelor/bachelorette shows that always end in disaster when the cameras stop rolling, reality TV has taken over as seemingly the only TV.

One show that could possibly take the crown when it come to unrealistic reality, is E!'s "Keeping Up With The Kardashians."

Once upon a time, Kim Kardashian was simply known as Paris Hilton's bootylicious best-friend.... oh and her late father, Robert Kardashian, kinda won this notorious court case as a defense attorney back in the 90's.

You may have heard of it?

Anyhoo, fast forward through the "accidental" leaking of her claim to fame super-controversial sex tape with Ray J and a handful of pro-athlete boyfriends, and Kim along her entire Kardashian Klan have somehow managed to claim the throne when it comes to reality TV.

We still have no idea what Kim and her Klan are exactly famous for, but now we do know one thing for sure;

Their shows are scripted.

If you feel the need to live in the fantasy world of the Kardashians, I suggest you stop reading this now.

Over the weekend, while Kim Kardashian & Kris Humphries were busy tying the knot, TV producers were busy SCRIPTING a "special" moment between Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick, and according to TMZ, it was all caught on tape.

Listen to the walkie-talkie chatter between producers behind the scenes, choreographing the moment Scott and Kourtney decide to bring up the possibility of getting married themselves.

[Listen to Audio via TMZ]

You can even hear one of the lead producers telling the crew "See you at Kourtney's wedding."

I'm not trying to be a "hater", but if your life is uninteresting to the point of it needing to be scripted, why should you have a "reality" show? Give me Rob Dyrdek. Give me Bobby Brown. Give me Flava Flav. Give me Charlie Sheen. At least those folks have a life and a personality that is at least semi-entertaining, even if it comes at the mercy of the lowest points in their lives.

I personally don't watch any of the Kardashian's shows, but obviously, many others do. If you do watch, does this change your perception of the show? Or will you continue to watch even though there is blatant proof that the entire Kardashian "reality show" is just one big scripted facade?