Originally Posted by 757690
Just the stevia discussion in this thread on this page points to one big stretch. Sure it possibly can be explained, but it takes a lot of twisted thinking to get there. The show is full of such stretches, full of things that make you wonder and question how did that happen? They aren't fatal, but they are there, no matter how badly a viewer wants to ignore them. And I don't blame anyone who wants to ignore them, that's the sign of a good show.
A big stretch to take a small packet and replace its contents?
Uh, no. That's not a stretch at all. It would be easy to do... puncture a small incision in a packet, empty the contents, replace the contents with a small syringe and seal the incision up with glue or one of another many substances. Unless someone were actually inspecting the package ahead of time, there'd be no way they'd notice.
In fact, see for yourself... someone actually made a video showing how easily it could be done:
The insinuation that it's a stretch is actually far more of a stretch than the act itself.