My willing suspension of disbelief has been sorely tested by reality shows.
I’ve enjoyed watching “Airplane Repo”, but have come to accept that staging of the program exceeds even what the producers acknowledge.
For example, in one episode the intrepid repo pilot and a cameraman trek over the frozen wastes of Alaska for miles, braving harsh weather and wolves, in order to liberate a small plane and fly it out of a primitive remote airfield. These guys are supposedly desperate to get the plane to fly, since they have no food and it’s two days travel to civilization. The last camera shot shows the plane successfully taking off and disappearing in the distance. So what happens to the poor cameraman - left to starve and be eaten by wolves?
I suppose he could be rescued by helicopter or another plane, but in that case why was it necessary for he and the pilot to hike a great distance through the snow to reach the hangar and airfield?
Asking such questions is hazardous to one’s enjoyment of the program.