Kardashian Spinoff Set to Infect Miami

Does reality television even try anymore?

Let's see. Kim Kardashian got famous for being Paris Hilton's temporary Nicole Richie replacement, and then for her gross sex tape with Brandy's little brother. Most normal families would probably disown their daughter for at least a year or so after this, but for some reason the Kardashian clan decided to star in the reality TV masterpiece Keeping up with the Kardashians together. It's truly the most groundbreaking show to hit the genre since PBS's An American Family.

This important docudrama introduced the world to other Kardashians who are probably less deserving of fame than their amply assest-ed kin. Viewers like them, apparently, because they are relatable to all sorts of young girls across these United States. I mean, jeez, who hasn't gone on a ski vacation with a wacko mother and the human facelift remnants of a former Olypmic star stepfather only to have an "accidental" porn star sister pout the whole time on webcam with her NFL player fiancé? (This is the one episode I saw, ya'll.) It happens all the time, let me tell you.

Anyway, the Khloe and the Kourtney of this KKK trio are getting their own television show, creatively called Khloe and Kourtney in Miami. They open a new location for their boutique Dash, and Khloe, who really has a face for it, gets her own late-night radio show. That is a mean joke. She's a handsome lady, but the joke was so easy. Easy, like Kim. Just can't pass these up, sorry. The whole thing will debut on E! in August.  

Whatever. Look forward to it. Be truly honored they chose Miami. Make some space in the trophy case for the Peabody.   

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