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Monday, 10 October 2011

Do the Kardashians Hate Kris Humphries?

Amber Lounge Fashion Show 2011 at Le Meridien Beach Plaza. (Bauer Griffin)Kim Kardashian's wedding • If there's one thing we all learned from last night's installment of Keeping Up with the Kardashians: Kim’s Fairytale Wedding: A Kardashian Event, it's this: the Kardashians do not like Kris Humphries. In between discussing whether Kim K could have real diamonds in her bouquet (Recession? What recession?)  and deciding whether to invite Christina Aguilera or Robin Thicke to sing at the wedding, the Kardashian sisters took some time to badmouth their future bro-in-law. Khloe urged Kim to make Kris sign a pre-nup, Kourtney threatened to throw a glass of wine at him, and even Scott Disick got in on the action with a nasty impression of the NBA oaf. Gems of the episode:

  • "What you're going to learn really fast in this family is that the men have absolutely no say-so whatsoever." -Khloe to Kris Humphries
  • "You guys should just marry each other." - Kris Humphries to Kris Jenner and Kim K
  • "Did you just say my mom looks like an alien?" - Khloe to Humphries, who compared Kris Jenner's post facelift look to a character from Men in Black
  • "You should do some sort of Khloe botox line." - Kris Humphries (the Kardashian lawyers likely already have this one in the hopper)
• [BREAKING BAD SPOILER ALERT] In it's finale last night,Breaking Bad figured out just how you solve a problem like cold as ice meth kingpin Gus (Giancarlo Esposito) — you blow off half his face. We were pretty blown away as well.

• "We don't have enough grass!" It probably wasn't the first time that Olympic snowboarders Andy and Tommy uttered those words of despair (about an entirely different kind of grass), but the laid back duo still managed to finish first in last night's Amazing Race episode. Could this be the year that a pair of stoners win a race around the world? Let's hope!

• Lifetime wanted nothing to do with Roseanne Barr's nuts, but NBC doesn't seem to mind them. The network just bought a new Barr comedy about a family that lives in a trailer park called Downwardly Mobile (via Deadline). Between this and the new Snoop Dogg family comedy, it seems like NBC might be trying to veer away from the 30 RockParks and Recreation, and Community style of comedy shows. You know, good ones.

• Five premieres on Lifetime tonight. The five short films, directed by Jennifer Aniston, Demi Moore, and Alicia Keys (among others), deal with breast cancer and feature an impressive cast. Rosario Dawson, Lyndsy Fonseca (Nikita), Taylor Kinney (Vampire Diaries), Ginnifer Goodwin (Big Love), Josh Holloway (Lost), Jennifer Morrison (House), Jeffrey Tambor, and Jeanne Tripplehorn (Big Love) all appear.

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