Kardashian Show Mixes it Up, Throws in a Crack Addiction Plotline
Guys, “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” is about to get some very special episodes up in here.
So, Khloe, she the more zavtig of the three sisters, she of questionable parentage thanks to her mom’s book, she of the most stable marriage, is no longer one of those things. PLOT TWIST. Her husband, Lamar Odom, he of basketball, is allegedly addicted to crack. He allegedly disappeared for 72 hours and their marriage is now in peril, his Clippers career in jeopardy.
This is all nuts, and quite sad. I don’t mind the two non-Kim sisters as much as I mind Kim and the ridiculous mother, so I feel bad for Khloe. But not as bad as I’ll feel for her when her mother inevitably attempts to milk this for everything it’s worth.
Because you know that’s where this is going.
You’re right. I shouldn’t expect the worst of Kris Jenner. I’m sure she’s not so evil as to be more concerned about the Kardashian brand than her own chil—oh, wait, yep, that’s exactly her concern. Understandably so. I mean, it would be pretty rough if that family started to look bad or something.
Anyway, perhaps this is all but a grand lesson in bright sides and silver linings. Sure, your husband might have a life-threatening addiction that is ruining both your lives. But at least your terrible mother will attempt to spin crack straw into gold the same way she spun golden showers into gold, and everything will be okay.
Kris Kardashian, 2016.