Reality TV thrives on outrageous characters and it seems like the nuttier the better. But, when you lock extreme characters up in the America’s Next Top Model, the Bachelor, Real World or Big Brother house, how do you guarantee they're crazy enough to provide juicy entertainment but won’t kill each other. What is the process to determine casting those stranded on Survivor make great reality TV, but don’t snap? And where is the sanity middle ground when you are filtering through reality show participants? What is normal and where does crazy begin and end? Murtz tracks down reality stars, casting directors and even a reality therapist to find the perfect formula for crazy but not too crazy. And if being on TV means you have to be a little bit crazy - does Murtz have a little case of the nuts?