Wholesome Deception

Kim Kardashian’s ‘Fairytale Wedding’ to largely unknown basketball player and general idiot Kris Humphries airs this weekend and I think it goes without saying that nobody cares.  Such shameless promotion however does seem to get results, as the Kardashian family cleared $65 million in revenue last year.  Family Martriarch Promoter Artisan Kris Jenner is of course the enterprising brains behind it all, and without a doubt brainstorms a good deal of the ‘drama’ that the family goes through on television.  Indeed: it was recently discovered that the popular E! Network supposed ‘reality’ show Keeping Up With the Kardashians is in fact scripted, or at least some events had been.  At Kim Kardashian’s recent wedding to Chris Humphries, TMZ ascertained audio of producers essentially prepping a scene and even giving lines to Kourtney Kardashian and boyfriend Scott Disick.  Given this evidence, I think it’s entirely appropriate to go ahead and say that the show is a huge croc of sh*t and these people are a bunch of liars.  All kidding aside, though some of this stuff seems like it could have in fact been pre-meditated: Kris Jenner is a smart woman and does a good job of bringing solid, wholesome, realisticfamily-oriented messages to the table.  In the interest of pop-culture and Keirsey Temperament Theory, we will now type the four Kardashian Kids.  Kim Kardashian is a classic and ruthless Promoter Artisan, and the protege/puppet of ‘momager’ Kris Jenner.  Khloe Karadashian Odom is a delightfully entertaining Performer Artisan, and by far the most genuinely interesting one.  Kourtney Kardashian is a painfully boring Inspector Guardian.  Finally the young and thus far unemployed Rob Kardashian seems to be a flaky yet sweet-hearted Counselor Idealist.  Kim Kardashian’s ‘Fairytale Wedding’ airs on the E! network this Sunday October 9 at 8/7 Central and Monday October 10 at 9/8 central.  Be sure to tune in!

0 thoughts on “Wholesome Deception”

  1. I’m British and read all of these posts. I have no idea who any of these people are but gather that this another fly-on-wall documentary, cataloguing the daily lives of people who are famous for being famous and who thus become more or less, infamous. It’s cheap TV and an insult to the sector of the watching public whose intelligence is underestimated and undermined by TV companies whose interests lie with the lowest common denominator and turning a fast buck. My advice: switch to channels that stimulate, educate and provide us with role models who are worthy of our attention. The viewing public deserves better!

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