By now, the Kardashian klan is well accustomed to every moment of their lives being televised, but it seems some things are simply too real for reality TV.
For example, last month Scott Disick was hospitalized for alcohol poisoning after a night of hard partying.
Producers for Khloe & Kourtney Take the Hamptons, which is now filming, say that the moment was not caught on camera, because the sisters are the stars of the show and they were in a different city at the time.
Of course if it had been known that Scott was going to be self-destructive after Kim and Khloe left him behind on the East Coast, a camera crew likely would've followed him:
"Why didn't they film him going to the hospital after a night of heavy drinking?" says a source close to Disick. "A lot of the scenes in the Kardashian shows are scripted, but this situation wasn't planned."
Yes, some scenes in reality shows are scripted. We hope you were sitting down when you read that.
One production insider claims that such a life-or-death moment would never be televised out of respect for the parties involved, but with Keeping Up With the Kardashian ratings at an all-time low, we have a hard time believing that there's anything Kris Jenner and kompany wouldn't exploit to expand their audience.