Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna Are Getting Their Own Show: Here Are 5 Things We Hope It Has

What a blessed day this first sunny day of June is. Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna are getting their own show which should come as a surprise to not a single person that lives and breathes on this earth. The show will be a six part “docu-series”, similar to the way E! structured I Am Cait and will also include a special at the end of the show to document the imminent birth of their child, the One Who Will Karry The Kname.

For Kardashi-stans, this is fantastic news. For fans of women successfully gaming the system and realizing their dreams are indeed within their reach if only they know how to work it just right, this news was an inevitability. And, for the rest of us casual fans enamored with North West and the lip kits and the Kardashians on Snapchat, this is another delightful twist in the multi-generational soap opera orchestrated by Kris Jenner and played out by her children.

Any seasoned scholar of the raven-haired temptresses of Calabasas is probably fearful that yes, maybe, the show itself will be boring. I Am Cait, for all its hype, was kind of a snooze. Keeping Up With The Kardashians and its various spin-offs can be boring, too, and honestly, as a person who just made North West’s crying salt-face her lock screen, I find myself needing to be in a very particular mood to watch the show – halfway between hungover and stoned, hazy but still alert. Rob and Angela Renee Kardashian better be entertaining enough to hold my attention, especially if it has any of these things.

Kim Noel Kardashian West running up through Rob’s house, touching baby stuff and audibly judging.

Rob and Blac will be preparing their house for the arrival of their tiny baby and I bet you $5 and a box of Munchkins that Kim has an awful lot of opinions about baby stuff including but not limited to changing tables, nannies, the necessity of a diaper genie and whether or not they should pierce its ears if it’s a girl. Can’t wait!

Kylie’s smooth and horrible grey dog, Norman

Norman is perhaps my favorite member of the Kardashian-Jenner clan because you can tell by looking at him that he’s not quite sure how he ended up in this life, but would desperately like out. Also, sometimes on Snapchat he pees on Kylie’s stuff. God bless Norman.

Ms. Tokyo Toni, Blac Chyna’s mother. 

I mean.

Kris Jenner valiantly struggling with the fact that this marriage is happening under her nose and realizing over the course of six 60-minute episodes that she can’t do shit to stop it.

She will do her best to find a way to make it so that she’s on this show just as much as she is on the show that she orchestrated that features her daughters. Watching her face attempt to make emotions happen under the great weight of a lot of artful plastic surgery will be a joy. I imagine someone will make a drinking game out of it.

Kourtney doing what she does best: being shady.

Khloe’s always shady, but Kourtney? Kourtney is the low-key shade queen on this stupid television program that I think about way too much. I haven’t even thought about what she might be thinking about this beautiful mess, but after revisiting some crucial episodes from Season 11 in which Kim is pregnant and Kourtney acts like she knows better because she’s had three children, I am excited to say that whatever shit she’ll sling towards Rob and her new sister-in-law Angela will be worth the price of admission.