‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians’

By Sami Godowsky
April 2, 2009


Nudity, jail time, shopping interventions and Pussycat Doll performances are what you can find in the latest season of E!’s hit reality show “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.”

Just when you thought the three sisters could not get any more wild, they are back with their third season. The drama-filled reality show is produced by American Idol’s Ryan Seacrest.

If you are unaware who the Kardashians are, here is some background information.

Their late father, Robert Kardashian, was O.J. Simpson’s attorney during his trial for the murder of Nicole Brown Simpson, and their mother re-married Olympic athlete Bruce Jenner.

So what sets the Kardashian girls’ reality show apart from other reality shows?

“Even though they all live crazy lifestyles, it is nice to see an Armenian family spend quality time together. Whether it’s photo shoots or family meetings in the living room, they stick together,” junior elementary education major Ali Ashjian said.

The opening episode of the season showed Khloe, the youngest sister, going to jail for violating probation for a D.U.I.

Her 30-day sentence at Los Angeles County Jail, was cut down and she was released just three hours after being admitted because of overcrowding.

“That is what makes the show so popular. They deal with real issues, they show not everything is perfect,” Ashjian said.

This season has continued to be controversial with Khloe posing naked for PETA’s, “I’d rather go naked, than wear fur” campaign.

The show also showed Kim having an addiction to shopping.

The family had an intervention to help solve her problem after she spent almost $20,000 in one store.

The upcoming episode shows Kim performing with the Pussycat Dolls, but has minor complications with her eyes and does not want to perform, even though she signed a contract stating she would perform.

However, the show must go on.

“The show is funny and it is never boring. I really like the clothing they wear on the show too,” Marina Issac, senior exercise science and health promotion major, said.

If you admire the Kardashian’s style, you can purchase their clothing at their online store at shopdashonline.com.

See what trouble the girls get into next, every Sunday night at 10 p.m. on E!

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