Apparently one of those hoarding-type TV programmes featured a woman living with a lot of clutter, and she was presented as lazy when she actually had ME. According to this post, her health situation was not even mentioned till later, once the viewers had been given a very biased view, nor was her health discussed in detail. I haven't watched the programme, but I think there's a video in this post: https://themighty.com/2017/05/hoarding-buried-alive-chronic-fatigue-syndrome-teresa/ Just to add, in his talk at an ME meeting in Auckland this year, Dr Charles Lapp asked the audience if they could guess what the number one stress was for ME patients. Turned out it was clutter. Clutter really gets ME sufferers down because patients either struggle or fail to stay on top of it. So I don't think unhelpful representations of clutter are needed from the media.