Consider the Kardashian sisters. Strip away your groans, the millions, the lavish mansions, the exotic vacations, the Kanye. What do you have? Five insanely close sisters, going through life together. The Kardashians (well, the Kardashian-Jenners) get a ton of flack for being spoiled, obnoxious, and outrageous. But, I actually have always felt a kinship with them — the three oldest sisters, Kourtney, Kim and Khloe, in particular.
Early on in the first season of their long-running reality show, “Keeping Up With The Kardashians,” my sister and I realized that we’re not so different from them — not when it comes to the designer clothes, 72-day marriages, and jet-setting lifestyles — but when it comes to their interactions with each other. They’re crazy close, and so are we. And as my sister and I have loyally watched the Klan over the past seven years, we’ve seen a lot of our relationship reflected in the relationships they have with each other.
I’d venture to say my sister and I aren’t the only ones who have felt this way: the Kardashian sisters are an example of modern sisterhood at its core: Keep reading »
I have a new fave show. It’s called “Keeping Up With The” and it’s similar to “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” only there are no Kardashians and JUST BRUCE JENNER, the only real reason to watch KUWTK in the first place. Bruce has long needed his own spinoff, but this is even better, as Bruce is even more delightfully cranky and curmudgeonly out of context. Bless Alexander Pyle for editing down all of Bruce’s scenes to four minutes of brilliance and giving the legend and his hair its due. [NYMag.com]