The People V. OJ: A Brentwood Hello

If you’re wondering what it’s like to be grinded on by O.J Simpson and Ross Gellar Robert Kardashian at the same time, just watch the first 30 seconds of this week’s American Crime Story. Like really, how friggin’ creepy was that shot? More importantly, why wasn’t Kris Jenner in da club?

Let’s get right into the episode, because everyone was a little off this week, and nobody does a little off better than Connie Britton in a Ryan Murphy show.

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Faye Resnick (Connie Britton)

If you don’t know who Faye Resnick is, it’s because you’re a good person and could care less about the 90s. Faye Resnick was Nicole’s best friend, or ‘best friend’ because I feel like any friendship in that Hollywood circle deserves air quotes. In the midst of her ‘best friend’ being stabbed to death, she decides to write a ‘tell-all’ book about her friendship with Nicole, so that women all around the world can put a stop to domestic violence. Fine girl do your thing. Most of the episode has Connie conversing with her ghost writers about things Nicole told her in privacy, but again ‘privacy’ could use air quotes as well. After the book was published, Faye did a publicized interview with Larry King, so the episode recreates that interview, and basically this is all important information because it’s effecting the trial and the process of jury selection. Also, according to Faye, Nicole had this thing, called a ‘Brentwood Hello’. I’m gonna let you watch the rest of the episode to figure out what that was.

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Bob Shapiro came crumbling down in this episode when his lead attorney position is replaced by newly acquired attorney Johnny Cochran. One of the best scenes of the season is when Johnny and Robert are discussing the case with O.J and the timeline of that night and how it looks like he couldn’t have killed her. O.J is all excited, like ‘yeah I totally didn’t even kill her though’ and then Bob Shapiro storms in, and before anyone could even say anything he’s like we need to make a plea deal, call it manslaughter, and basically spews an entire story (which kind’ve sounds like what really went down). And Robert and Johnny are just sitting there like WTF?, and that was probably the end for Bob Shapiro. But John Travolta has done an AMAZING job playing him.

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Is playing a larger role as the season progresses. Johnny and whoever Nathan Lane is supposed to be seem to be the only ones that are brave enough to stand up to Shapiro. So just seeing the dynamic between Cochran and Shapiro is really entertaining. There are way too many cooks in the kitchen, and that’s exactly what Marcia was talking about.

Marcia Clark

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Is still our heroine and how funny is she with her drawer of liquor? They’re obviously trying to make us feel some type of way about her, because she was so hated in the media, it’s like they really want us to see who she really was. And I think Sarah Paulson is doing a badass job with this role. Hello side eye at the end? How awesome? But honestly, the only moment of this season where I was like oh girl bad move, is when they’re choosing the jury and Marcia’s all like’ I believe in the world, I believe in these people, they will make the right decision’ well guess what girl, they didn’t. And so you can see her desperate need to believe in the system and the people is just going to fu** her in the end. Also, the focus groups rated her a four compared to the defense side that scored no less than eight. They wanted her to change out of her power suits into a more feminine look, they wanted her to change her hair, they wanted her to smile more. It’s like hello? Who’s the one on trial here?

Robert Kardashian

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The best part of the episode happens in the final 30 seconds with both sides entering the court room and Above the Law’s Superman is offering the biggest slice of irony. But that’s not even the shocker. The biggest shocker is the new addition to the prosecution team that catches the attention of Johnny Cochran and O.J Simpson. This warrants the greatest side eye/wink of all time.

Don’t miss an all new episode of American Crime Story: The People Vs O.J Simpson next week Tuesday on FX.

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The People V. O.J: I Literally Can’t Even

“I literally did not realize he was a lawyer” and “You can’t put the genie back in the bottle” were just some of the great lines from this week’s episode of American Crime Story: The People V. O.J Simpson. I honestly can’t tell if the show is getting better by the episodes or am I getting used to the amount of cheesy expositional writing that is happening right now.

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This episode was all about the dream team convincing Johnny Cochran to get on board with the O.J case. “Behind every good man is a great woman” (I’m surprised they didn’t use this line in the episode) But seriously, it only took 30 seconds for Johnny’s wife to basically convince him to take the O.J case. And then they called him up and O.J put on a great performance so obviously he couldn’t say no.

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Robert Kardashian

Let’s not forget that it is Father’s Day in our American Crime Story world. And like any other Kardashian episode (let’s be real this is basically a Kardashian spin off at this point) the gang, including Robert Jr head to the most popular joint in Beverly Hills. Dressed up in their Sunday best, Kourtney, Kim, Khloe and Rob start turning up because they just cut the line at La Scala’s and their new dad is Bruce Jenner. While dad Robert is spewing ironic Gandi-esque lines to his children, baby Khloe wonders what she’s even doing there, and if her dad might be O.J (via Robert/Bruce + Caitlin). Also, monotone Kourtney points out that O.J is her godfather. Let’s all remember that people, because that little tid bit of information is sure to be monumental later on. If that last bit wasn’t sarcastic enough for you, La Scala’s is also serving up a big plate of irony in the words of the late Robert Kardashian. Here are some of the great pieces of advice he imparts onto his children. “We are Kardashians and being a loyal friend is more important than being famous” (Um Paris Hilton would have to disagree) “Fame is fleeting, it’s hollow, it means nothing without a virtuous heart” (Robert Jr could probably agree with his father on that)

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But wait, things get better in a few minutes. Also, if you’re wondering why we aren’t talking about the actual O.J case, it’s because it’s hidden under 500 layers of Kardashian dialogue. Don’t think we forgot about Kris Jenner. Girl can’t have her kids all over the episode without showing her face. And I have to say, Selma Blair, you’ve been MIA for 10 years but you came back with the best role ever. I’m still serving sarcasm here. Robert shows up in a hot pink salmon golf shirt, and his ex-wife greets him at the door. I’m sorry, does everyone in Beverly Hills/Calabasas wear a power suit with dangling pearls around the house? What am  I saying, it’s Kris Jenner slash Selma Blair, duh. Kris Jenner delivers the most ironic line of the night, telling Robert that O.J probably killed Nicole, Robert reminding Kris he’s the uncle/Godfather of monotone Kourtney, and Kris replies “He’s a fake uncle, everything about him is pretend” Girl, bye.

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Sarah Paulson has to be my favourite character right now. Her performance is the best, which isn’t saying much because everyone else sucks. She’s obviously the only one with a brain at the DA’s office, seems like everyone else is so sure they’re going to win the case, and Marcia’s over there in her office smoking on a cig reminding everyone she’s a woman and she has insight like nobody else! Duh! But seriously, she puts in work and is totally shell shocked when she realizes O.J’s lawyers are going to make the case all about race. Slowly her evidence, like Nicole’s 911 call gets released to the media, making it inadmissible in court. Are you all still following? Is this intriguing at all? Are you currently googling – kris jenner power suit where to find?. If you are, I don’t blame you. Sarah Paulson delivers the final line of the episode, when she reads the morning paper that headlines Johnny Cochran joining O.J’s legal team. “Motherfucker” she blurts out right before putting out her cigarette.

Bob Shapiro

The biggest slime ball of all. He basically initiates the entire ‘race case’ theme by writing an article in The New Yorker.

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Cuba Gooding Jr appeared towards the end of the episode, and delivered a pretty crazy performance of admitting his innocence to Johnny.

What did you think of the episode? Join the discussion or Tweet us your comments!

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The People V. OJ: What’s Wrong With The Show

Let me just say it here, the last thing I ever wanted was to write a post on all the things wrong with FX’s The People v. OJ Simpson. It’s a show produced by my favorite writer/director Ryan Murphy, so obviously, I had high hopes for this series. Also, it has a cast filled with top notch celebrities (okay maybe not top notch) but it’s a show with a high production value.

But now, the time has come for me to be brutally honest. We’re two episodes in and I’m not entirely impressed. I’m not giving up, it’s still early and the car chase ended last night so I feel like now we’re moving in a different direction.

Here’s what’s wrong with this show:

I want to break this down into characters because I think that’s what this season is all about. But before that, let’s just talk about the writing real quick. I find it really weak when shows rely on expositional writing to explain things to the audience. This was a highly publicized and documented case, there is enough information out there for fans to educate themselves. We don’t need the information thrown at us, all that does is create really cheesy and limited dialogue.

Cuba Gooding Jr: Is probably confusing me the most right now. I don’t know if I like his acting or if I hate it. I don’t know if the real O.J was that over the top crazy (most likely he was) but it just makes it harder to understand how accurate Cuba’s performance is. There are moments where I’m like okay this shot is on him way too long, and he’s screaming way too loud, is he over acting? Or is it just that he doesn’t have enough lines in the script so they just need a super long extreme close up shot of him? Still, we’ve only seen him in this crazed suicidal state, so I’m excited to get further into the season and see a different more manipulative side of him. But still, what are your thoughts?

David Schwimmer: Don’t get me wrong I really love him but he cannot, and shouldn’t have played the role of Robert Kardashian. His face, it’s just not made for serious acting. Also his voice – he sounds like Ross!!. Also his constant connection to the Kardashian children. WTF was that cut scene during his press conference to the living room with his kids watching him on television screaming “daddy, daddy!” Like was that really necessary? And where was Kris Jenner?? Do the Kardashians secretly have a producing credit? So, so many burning questions. There was an article by Rolling Stone last night that pointed out Robert wasn’t the one who convinced O.J to get out of the car. So for them to use Robert as the one that does it in the show makes me wonder there’s someone behind this all that really wants to make Robert look like the hero. Not to say he wasn’t, it just seems like they are going to greater lengths to flush out his character and his ‘heroic’ demeanor.

Sarah Paulson: They are pushing real hard to make us appreciate that Sarah Paulson’s role as Marcia Clark was a no-joke badass biatch. In the midst of the entire O.j car chase, she seems like the only level headed person in the department, while her boss is sketching out because he isn’t going to be mayor anymore.

John Travolta: Eyebrows on fleek. All I can say is John Travolta is coming through with this performance. And I’m sure there’s a lot of truth to this performance, but it’s clear that Robert Shapiro was more of a lawyer than a friend to O.J. The moments where Kardashian is torn and hurting because O.J was is his real friend, Shapiro steps up and has to make the decisions that ultimately help them later on in the case. So as much as he’s the asshole-y lawyer, John T plays him perfectly. And that’s all I can say about that.

Johnny Cochran: So we haven’t seen Johnny involved with the two Roberts yet, he’s more on the outside observing and deciding if he’s going to take the case. Johnny’s decision to represent O.J obviously comes down to how he felt the DA’s office was treating people of colour. We’ve seen snippets of his character, but I’m excited to see more of his techniques and what made him a great lawyer during the actual case.

The 405 Freeway:  Came through the hardest this episode with its epic aerial shots, wide shots, close up shots, pedestrians on bridges shot, the freeway did a lot this episode. And I’m pointing this out because it took Murphy and the production team over a year to get permits to film the car scene. Let that sh** sink in. There were some great shots in there, but the craziest one was seeing the highway completely empty, with the Bronco and police cruisers chasing him down.

I also felt like I was forcing myself to get through the entire episode, and whether that means the pacing of the episodes is super slow, or losing interest is easy because we know how this is all going to end, whichever it is, Ryan Murphy needs to pick this ish up.

What did you guys think of the episode?

 

American Crime Story: People v. O.J

Last night FX premiered the highly anticipated The People V. O.J Simpson season executive produced by American Horror Story’s Ryan Murphy. Overall, it was good, but let’s get into the bloody details. And also let me know what you guys think in the comments below.

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The Backdrop

So obviously, the O.J Simpson trial is still considered the ‘trial of the century’ because it revolved around a Heisman trophy winner / football hero turned celebrity, it all went down in in Hollywood, and it involved a pretty epic car chase. I guess my question is, why this case? There’s been several books, films, and shows about all aspects of this story, why do we need another one? Other than the fact that it was highly publicized, why are we watching this? After watching last night’s premiere, I realized it’s not really about answering that question. The real clincher is, how and why did this happen the way it did? If he was guilty, how did he get away with it? And everything, it seems, or how everything unfolded in this case, was a clear reflection of the events that happened in Los Angeles in 1992.

That’s how they set up the show, and I’ve just finished Straight Outta Compton (yes I know I’m late to the game) but the movie takes place around the same time, so I’m really getting my fair share of the L.A riot media footage. Also, in light of all the murder mysteries this year. From Netflix’s Making a Murderer to HBO’s The Jinx, there’s clearly an intrigue with cases with a not so ‘black and white’ ending (no pun intended on the colours black and white).

The Characters

Cuba Gooding Jr as O.J  – Let’s start with the man of the hour, O.J is played by Cuba Gooding JR., and I don’t really know much about O.J but reading all the tweets from last night, a lot of people were saying he did a great job mastering O.J’s ‘walk’…whatever it looks like. He also mastered psychotic ex-husband really well, so there’s that. I was definitely over Cuba’s screaming tantrums by the end of it, but I get it, they’re staying true to all aspects of this story.

David Schwimmer as Robert Kardashian – Is it just me or did it feel like David Schwimmer was playing Ross Gellar playing Robert Kardashian? He was wearing the same neurotic worry face he had on as Ross, and I don’t know if Robert was that person. I’ve only ever read about Robert Kardashian through Kris’ ‘mem-wah’ and it sounded like he was a really confident and in charge lawyer? But I could be wrong, or we just don’t see that side of Robert come through until the trial actually begins. So overall, no I didn’t like David Schwimmer. But I’ll give it some time.

Sarah Paulson as Marcia Clark – Curls on curls on curls. I love Sarah Paulson, and I’m super excited to see her in the rest of this season because she’s definitely going to play a huge role throughout the trial. I feel bad for the choice in hair she has, but something tells me she’s going to be nominated for a whole slew of awards next season. So it might be worth it.

John Travolta as Robert Shapiro– What do you want me to say? His face literally looks like it’s melting off in the LA heat and his eyebrows look like furry caterpillars glued onto his face. But I guess he does a good job playing Robert Shapiro? I don’t know it’s John freakin’ Travolta.

Selma Blair and Connie Britton as Kris Jenner and Faye Resnick– Let me just group these two girls together because that’s how we see them for the first time at Nicole’s funeral. Selma is playing the ex-wife of Robert Kardashian aka Kris Jenner, and Connie is playing Nicole’s close friend Faye Resnick. I’d like to note here that the real Faye Resnick is now playing a larger role than normal on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. For…wait for it…her having written a book on being Nicole Brown’s best friend. Coincidence? Andy Cohen and Ryan Murphy timing this out perfectly? I wouldn’t put it past them.

Connie is back with Murphy, seriously I thought he shunned her from his shows after her crappy performance in American Horror Story season one. Connie looks like a bad ass b**** who excels in her very obvious, very expositional dialogue. Telling Kris when Robert walks into the funeral, ‘there’s your ex’. Um, yeah Faye, we know this since we just saw Kris yelling at her three adolescent daughters Kourtney, Kim and Khloe. I guess she’s pointing out that they are no longer a couple, I wonder if Bruce will play a role in this season? (this last part was a joke btw)

Let me just say here, I don’t want this entire season to be full of Kardashian sister references, I don’t want my Twitter feed from the night’s episode to be all about Kris and her ability to be a mother. We did it last night, let’s get it out of our systems and move on. They are not the centre of this story, no matter how much we’d like that to be the case. (pun intended)

I might’ve left out some other key characters, but we’ll get to them once we dive further into the season. Whether O.J was guilty or not, Ryan Murphy is guilty of being one of the best television directors out there and the style and feel has for this show is going to separate it from anything else out there. So yeah, make sure you make some time to watch the premiere. And comment below if you want to join the discussion.

American Crime Story: The People V. O.J Simpson airs on FX at 10pm.

KUWTK: In the DR!

So I haven’t updated you all about my favourite TV family the Kardashian’s in a while, I’ve been star struck from the Tweet I got from Khloe Kardashian! Yes, I’m a lucky girl I know!

The new season of Keeping Up With the Kardashian’s has been really good so far, and last week’s episode with Kris running into her old flame really set the bar high.Whether or not it was set up, it still was very entertaining, and from the way the camera guys chased Kris around the tennis club, made it seem like they had no idea what was going on, or who this guy was.

At first you just hear Kris on her microphone, the cameras were still on the tennis court, and then all of a sudden they were in the club house, when she ran into her ex-boyfriend. It was all very awkward, and you could tell he was trying to stay out of the cameras. Anyways, a few minutes later as she’s walking to her car she tells the producer he wants her contact information, he meets up with her but the cameras are positioned across the street, as if we’re spying on their conversation. Now I know they could totally be smart and set that entire scene up to make it look like we’re watching something we shouldn’t be, but let’s just pretend they’re not smart…and we have the upper hand.

Anyways, last weeks episode finishes off with Kris meeting up with Todd for a secret lunch…as she gets out of the car the episode finishes with a ‘to be continued’. This week’s episode starts off with the continuation, but it was so stupid because she literally just gets back into the car, drives off, and claims she was to nervous to go inside. My bet, she probably wasn’t even meeting him, and that whole escapade was a setup. So the family decide to take another family vacation, Kourtney has the idea of going to Ireland, but because she’s so preggo and indecisive, Ireland gets cancelled, and the fam decide on a nice vacation to the Dominican Republic!

Clearly, Robert (my future husband) didn’t get the memo that it’s actually hot in the DR, because he was wearing his hideous running shoes AND socks to the pool, like really? So, Kourtney is being crazy again and refuses to get on the plane with Mason, Scott and Kim. The rest of the fam is already in the DR, waiting on them. When they get there, there’s a surprise for them, and it’s Khloe! Yay! I feel like I have a strong connection to Khloe now that she tweeted me back, but anyways it was a really cute surprise and mama Kris was very happy.

So a day later, Kim arrives…and 2 days later Scott, Kourtney and Baby Mase arrive in a private plane. Kourtney is surprised to find Khloe there because she assumed she was still in Dallas, the family looks to be having a good time, except Robert who refuses to leave his room without his laptop and cellphone…and the shoes. Mama Kris is having the best time, sippin’ on her mamosas and riding the plastic penguin…she cracks me up.

In the end, it all comes out at the dinner table when Kris tries to give Kourtney marriage advice, Kourtney freaks out and tells everyone that Kris met with her ex-boyfriend for a secret lunch, Bruce not knowing any of this loses his cool (which he never does). Everyone decides to leave the table, Kris is left alone, and that’s how the episode ends.

Next week is the continuation of their vacation, too bad it wasn’t as good as their trip to Bora Bora!

Check out the Tweet I got from Khloe Kardashian!

Khloe & Lamar: FINALE

Seems like all our shows these days are going on hiatus for the summer! On last night’s Khloe and Lamar, Khloe was facing the rumours about not being a real Kardashian, and being the lovechild from one of her mother’s affairs.

There’s always been speculation about Khloe and where she came from, mostly because she looks nothing like the rest of the Kardashian’s. In all honesty, I love Khloe, but if I had seen Khloe without knowing she was a Kardashian, and wasn’t seen in all her pictures with her two other sisters- I would’ve never thought her to be a Kardashian. Even Robert, the youngest brother has similarities to the two older sisters that Khloe doesn’t seem to share.

Anyways, the rumours come out from Khloe’s father’s ex-girlfriends, saying that on his death bed he had told them Khloe wasn’t his real daughter. Although, he loved her just as much, he knew that she wasn’t one of his. All of this came out because Kris decided to write a tell all book about her life (of course she would), and in the book she writes about having an affair right before Khloe was born. Also, there were rumours about Kris and O.J Simpson having an affair, and that O.J might be Khloe’s father- which is really creepy because Khloe and O.J’s daughter look really a like.

But seriously, it doesn’t matter about the rumours, the other sisters told Khloe to take a DNA test and just get over all the worrying. A few years ago Khloe did take a DNA test to prove she was her mother’s daughter (and a sibling), but obviously that doesn’t prove she was the daughter of Robert Kardashian. Khloe decides not to take a test, in her eyes he’ll always be her father and no test will ever change that. Which is true, and Khloe seems to have had one of the strongest relationships with her father, but it does show that there is a tiny thought in her that she might not be a real Kardashian. I guess having a mother like Kris you just never know who she’s been with, and the amount of  secrets she’s been keeping.

Don’t miss the premiere of Keeping Up With the Kardashians next week on e!.

 

Khloe and Lamar:Represent!

Last night on Khloe & Lamar, there was a whole ‘lotta representin’ happening from our favourite female Kardashian-Khloe. Since the NBC lockout was still going strong in November, Lamar’s agent heard from a basketball team in Istanbul,Turkey that they wanted Lamar to play for them. Considering Lamar was itching to play the game that brought him fame, he was really considering leaving the country. However, when Khloe found out about this, she wasn’t as excited as a housewife should be.

Most of you probably don’t know, in 1915 the Ottoman Empire (Turkey) implemented the systematic killing of 1.5 million Armenians. Considering how small the Armenian population was, that is a huge number. Basically, it was like the Holocaust, however most people today have no idea this happened to the Armenian people. The Turkish government refuses to acknowledge the killings and deny the Ottoman Empire ever had a plan to essentially eliminate the Armenian race from the world.

Khloe felt it wasn’t right for her husband to be playing for a country that has such a deep history with her heritage, her father Robert Kardashian raised their family to be proud of their Armenian culture.

As she gathers different opinions from her family, she realizes whether she likes it or not, her and her sisters are a huge figure in the media for the Armenian people. There would be a lot of backlash if Khloe was to move to Turkey and resume a life there. Ultimately, she decided to be upfront with Lamar and tell him what her feelings were about him playing there. Lamar doesn’t really make a decision, but not longer after his offer, the NBA came to an agreement and the lockout was over.

Meanwhile, Jamie (useless Jamie) has an amazing idea of becoming an actor. He soon realizes it’s not really who you know or what connections you have, if you suck at acting, you suck at acting. Wow, we didn’t see that one coming!

Next week, the lockout might be over, but that only means Lamar will barely get to wear his Lakers jersey.

DWTS: New Season New Drama!!

Dancing With the Stars drama alert!!

The new season of ABC’s DWTS begins September 19th with a 2-hour season premiere! I’m sure some of you have heard the drama surrounding the popular dancing competition.

The first, with Chaz Bono being the first transgender contestant on DWTS, a bunch of people are discussing boycotting the show. OneMillionMoms.com, an online activism group, is calling Bono’s casting ‘completely unacceptable and Christians should not watch the show” WTF!? is the problem. If people would stop talking about her becoming a him…nobody would notice a thing! The show would go on as it always has…these moms saying they won’t allow their children to watch DWTS is ridiculous. This is tv…its a reflection of our society…and the people that live in it…so get over it!!

Second, I don’t understand why everyone keeps nagging on my husband Rob Kardashian. He keeps tweeting that he’s in rehearsal all day…and that he’s trying really hard to learn his dances. Some sources are saying that he’s actual slacking…and instead of rehearsing for 5 hours like the rest of the cast, he’s only putting in 2 hours. That’s ridiculous!! I could back that up…if I had his # (sigh)

Third, our favourite drama queen Kristin Cavallari and our pick for Top 2 this season, is asking for advice from former DWTS contestant and The Hills co-star Audrina Patridge. Audrina, who came in seventh in 2010, revealed that she spoke to Kristin recently about what to expect in the show. If you really want to know what was said…here’s the conversation for you. It’s really fascinating.

“I actually talked to [Kristin] last week,” Patridge told People. “She texted me and she was like, ‘Hey, I was just thinking of you and I wanted to tell you I’m doing Dancing with the Stars‘.

“I was like, ‘Yeah, you’re going to have an amazing time. You’ll be in the best shape of your life!'” Patridge continued. “I told her it’s going to get hard, but just have fun with it. I had a blast.”

Should be an interesting season. There’s Nancy Grace,Ricki Lake,David Arquette,NBA player Ron Artest,Elisabetta Canalis (whoever that is)…and some other people.

Season begins…September 19th 8/7c

Keeping Up…Wedding Proposal!

WTF!? Do they really expect us to believe that proposal scene???

First of all, the sound effects of Kim’s heels against the floor were totally fake and dramatized. Nice try though.

Second, after they got into that fight about their financial state…did they ever makeup? I never saw the resolution…I guess he pushed it aside before Kim could lose any interest in him. Can’t let her slip away Kris!!

Third, Kim didn’t even look surprised…I mean if you really waited for this moment since you were 10 years old…wouldn’t you freak out, start screaming, or start crying? No wait, she did all that when she lost her $75,000 earring in Bora Bora. Maybe her heart isn’t into it as much as she thought.

The funniest moment was when they walked into the family dinner, and everyone starting asking about the ring. Nobody believed them, nobody had any idea as to what was going on…as if the truth would seem so crazy and impossible. This episode sealed the deal for me, he is a complete fame-whore, there is no reason why a 25-yr old NBA player (if you can call him that) would be in such a rush to get married. To quote my friend, “I think he proposed before he f*cked it up and they break up” Well said.

As for her, she couldn’t look like a more superficial spoiled brat…and if it wasn’t for her normal sisters, and my soon-to-be husband brother, I would never watch their shows. And Mason…and maybe Bruce (pre-diamond studded)

The wedding special is in October.

For everyone’s sake, lets hope Kris moves out of his ‘college dorm’ apartment…so that Kim can walk in-and-out of their home without the hassle of adoring College fans.

xoxo

Keeping Up With The Kardashians! More From Bora Bora

Sunday’s episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians was again from beautiful Bora Bora. This week E! brings us 2 full-hour episodes of our favourite family reality show. Tonight is the season finale.

For once, the episode focused on my favourite Kardashian- Robert. Kim started an argument with him when she started talking smack about him to Kris. Robert over heard and he got offended…it seems like the family is dissapointed with Robert because he doesn’t have much going for himself. He graduated from school, but since then he hasn’t had a job. He’s kind of just living off his family. It seems like he really is trying hard to find his ‘thing’ in life, and although he doesn’t know it yet…he needs to make the big bucks for our wedding.


After the Rob situation…the drama turned to Kris because he jumped to Kim’s help. He’s still new to the family, so it’s kind of awkward that he started threatening Rob because of the way Rob was talking to Kim. Rob and Kim have been siblings much longer than Kris has known Kim, it’s really not his place to get involved in their family drama. Kris is just weird.

After that was settled, Scott was thrown under the bus when Mom Kris met his business partners. Turns out Scott is investing in a Vodka company…is that really the smartest choice for a recovering alcoholic? Probably not. At dinner, Kris confronts Scott, Scott gets offended- walks away…and then gets bitched at some more by his girlfriend and baby mama-Kourteney. Poor guy…he can never please The Family.

Then…the event of the season Bruce and Kris renew their vows. Wait, maybe that wasn’t the event of the season…(that’s probably the proposal)

So Mom Kris gets a huge diamond ring from Bruce (she probably picked it out)…and then Man Kris decides to say that he’s so honoured to experience a Jenner family event…and that he only wishes he could relive this experience with Kim…in the future. BARF! What guy says that?? Could he be any more fake?? I’m sorry, I thought I had issues with Scott, Scott is normal compared to Kris. At least Scott admits he’s a douche, and somewhat annoying. Kris just exudes this type of fakeness, that is so obvious, especially in this episode. So Kris and Kim go on a special boat ride…something that they always ‘wanted to do’. Always? Dude you’ve been together for what…2 months during the taping of this vacation…it’s just weird.

To top it all off, he ends the episode off by taking Bruce for a game of golf. Obviously…we know what he’s going to ask. I mean after only a few months of knowing someone why wouldn’t you get married to them??

The ending of the episode leads us into tonight’s finale…which will probably be a good one. What can I say…it’s a guilty pleasure.