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The concept of the show was yep, being naked in the office.Apparently, business psychologist David Taylor theorised that "naked Fridays" at work would boost morale. I feel like when I worked in an office, the idea of even leaving my 60 denier opaque tights at home would have made me self-conscious.Unfortunately, this influx of viewership has led to an increased push by producers to create drama where it may not already be.Often times they will script scenarios or plant items so that they can make the show more interesting. Here are 15 "Real" Shows Producers Don't Want You To Know Are Scripted! However, it was reported back in 2010 that the participants on the show already knew which house they were going to purchase before filming even started.Yikes, who knew there was so much cash in face painting?OK, so it's a little more intimate than face painting but you catch my drift.The Order follows a university student who gets thrust into a world of magic and monsters when trying to avenge his mother's death.The intriguing plot and a hilarious one-liners will have you hooked.
Despite being popular, it didn't make it past three seasons.The unusual dating show where people choose their dates by their naked body is yes, kind of super shallow but also like, so addictive I can't even. But some of the offerings that have been put forward are pretty lit.Let's face it, a bit of nudity definitely garners a smidge more interest than your average swathed in clothing shows. So, if you want a bit of nude reality right now, why not head over to Netflix where you can watch five seasons of Using a human body as a canvas?Meanwhile, shows like TLC's , which was a series about realtors who specialised in finding homes for nudists (OMG), ensuring they were nice and private.It sadly didn't make it across the pond, which is IMO a travesty.