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RATED: Not Rated
RUNNING TIME: 220 minutes
• Video Blog
• Deleted Scenes
Kim, Khloe and Kourtney are back to make big-assed girls feel about not being rich.
Kim Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian, Bruce Jenner and the others
The second season of this very scripted reality show returns to make the ladies talk around the water cooler. People are getting married, getting down and getting famous. There are a couple of wacky scenarios involving chicken coops, relationships and the Sasquatch. I think they named the big one Khloe. She’s a monster of a gal, but I know there’s a great origin story. Hopefully, it involves Robert Shaw.
Just look at them.
Keeping with the Kardashians – The Complete Second Season is pretty fake, but it’s got Kim Kardashian. She’s not really acting, but this isn’t really a show. It just kind of happens at a pre-determined time on E. The only thing that could’ve saved the show on DVD would’ve been if the episodes were presented uncut. As it stands, it’s just basically a well crafted recording of the regular broadcast season.
It’s not like you’re going to get nudity out of a show like this, but anything could’ve helped. No one without a vagina can really identify the other Kardashians apart. Then, you got a mix bag of girls and effeminate men who love to watch them engage each other in a vacuum of bland. There is an upside to all of this. Lionsgate has priced the DVD for under twenty dollars.
But, if that’s the only upside…you don’t have much. The retail market is full of crappy TV shows dumped onto DVD, while better shows rot in the abyss. However, there is Kim Kardashian and her immense rack. For those of you that can’t find a better copy of the sextape or can’t find her Playboy issue, you can ogle her via the season sets. But, I want you to think of something while you’re doing that. Everytime you buy more Kardashian media, you’re killing better television in America. Pretty Wild happened because you all sat through stupid bullshit about the Kardashian sisters. I think that we all owe Orlando Bloom an apology for that one.
I thought the Ottoman Empire was formed to stop shows like this.
comes with a video blog from Robert Kardashian and some deleted scenes. The deleted scenes don’t add much, but the video blog is a nice touch. The male Kardashian spends time showing what the family is like and manages to capture honest moments that don’t make the show. Still, it’s a blip in a grand ocean of noise.