Imagine a giant bag of sweets (candy if you’re from the United States).
You know that one or two of the sweets are to die for; some are nice; many are mediocre; some are outright nasty; some could be delicious or so-so or horrible depending on the filling, which you can’t tell from the outside. There’s a lot more in the bag that you know nothing whatsoever about.
Imagine that if you want the one or two truly excellent sweets, you have to buy the whole giant bag, you can’t give any of it away, and there’s no way to escape eating at least part of the rest.
See, that’s why we don’t have a TV.