What makes us watch this family? For me, it is the comforting thought that there is another family out there as dysfunctional as my own, perhaps. At first it was entertaining, but now the show is so carefully orchestrated that it may as well be an afternoon soap. To be sure,
the bizarre wedding of Kim to whats his name last year was all about the money for the K's. An area of concern which is increasingly alarming is that it leads teens to believe that everyone is entitled and wants for nothing. Moreover, not every mommy is going to go to a pole dancing class with her daughter. The sight of Kris Jenner clumsily sliding down that pole while trying to look sexy was actually rather sad. The show must go on for Kris, and this season has proven that she will stop at nothing to get the attention of ...well....anyone! This show is a slap in the face to reality and to middle America. It is the same old, same old, with the kids getting predictably older and more towards their thirties. Wow, thanks K family for allowing us to watch your family implode. Watching people file police reports about one half million in jewelry is now what passes for entertainment. Drama, drama, drama.....they sure know how to bring it.
Perhaps the one thing that the Kardashians brought us this season is the realization that money doesn't buy happiness---or respect.