EXPECTING REALITY TELEVISION to be morally sound is like assuming a hungry vulture will politely ignore roadkill: You’ll inevitably be disappointed, and probably a little grossed out. Vultures are scavengers—they see carrion, they eat it. And reality TV is about entertainment, not ethics. Despite knowing this, I spent the last few minutes of most episodes of Netflix’s newest reality show Marriage or Mortgage yelling “No! No! No!!!” at my screen, floored by how deftly it tempted contestants into making poor choices.