'The Simple Life'
Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie were the darlings of "The Simple Life".
The show was full of memorable moments, but Richie artificially inseminating a cow was cringe-worthy.
Tuna Or Chicken?
Jessica Simpson has come a long way, unfortunately she made a name for herself when she asked then husband, Nick Lachey, what she was eating.
"Is this chicken, what I have, or is this fish? I know it's tuna, but it… it says 'Chicken... by the Sea'."
The Kardashians have grown up on television so one would have to assume that they don't even notice or care about the cameras being around.
Not once, but twice while Kourtney Kardashian was giving birth, she just reached down and pulled her baby out.
During the first season of "Jersey Shore" Snooki got sucker punched in the face at a bar.
The guy who punched her lost his job and the cast really bonded over the moment.
Jonny Fairplay told contestants on "Survivor: Pearl Islands" that his grandmother died to gain sympathy votes.
Fairplay and his friend planned the scheme out ahead of time, where he would visit him on location with the tragic news.
The plan worked at first until his castmates learned he was lying.
Rob Kardashian And The Magic Pill
There has been no shortage of shocking moments on "Keeping Up With The Kardashians", but the time Rob Kardashian accidentally drank Bruce Jenner's (now Caitlyn) coffee is near the top.
Bruce had slipped a male enhancement pill in his drink to help keep up with Kris Jenner, but Rob ending up getting the side-effects.
After not knowing what was going on and why his erection wouldn't go away, he had to take a trip to the doctor.
Possibly the grossest moment to ever appear on a reality television show was one of the challenges on "Fear Factor".
Contestants would often have to eat animal body parts but in one episode they were forced to drink donkey semen. Enough said.
'The Only Fake Thing'
During an episode of "Real Housewives Of New York" one of the other castmates dared to call Aviva "fake."
"The only fake thing about me is this," Aviva announced while taking off her prosthetic leg and throwing it on the ground at a restaurant.
Turning The Tables
Teresa Giudice and Danielle Staub got in an argument at a thankfully quiet restaurant.
When Giudice didn't like what Staub had to say, she flipped the table in retaliation.
Televisions were banned from the "Real World: Chicago", but when the events of Sept. 11, 2001 were unfolding the producers felt it was important to bring in a TV so contestants could see the tragedy.