Kim Kardashian may have said that she'd be with Kris Humphries forever, but apparently "forever" only lasts 72 days. And who said romance is dead?
Though the fairytale is over, the ubiquitous Kardashian sister has built a career on showcasing her life via reality television, and her divorce is no different. The second season of her umpteenth spinoff (OK, fine, it's more like the third) of Keeping Up With The Kardashians airs on E! tonight, this one featuring Kim and sister Kourtney in NYC and appropriately titled Kourtney And Kim Take New York. The series, of course, will also feature their significant others, Humphries and Scott Disick, respectively.
But don't be fooled into thinking the show will be at all about the sisters trying to open up a new D-A-S-H store in the concrete jungle. No, Kourtney And Kim Take New York will undoubtedly focus on the deterioration of Kim and Kris' newbie marriage, dedicated to showing us where it all went wrong in the two-plus months they spent together post-nuptials.
Kim and Kris are hardly the first dysfunctional married couple to grace the airwaves, and they surely won't be the last. There's a certain lesson that can be derived from every trash TV couple: It's OK to watch them making fools out of themselves if we're learning from it, right? Absolutely. So, with that, check out our list of the 10 Lessons Learned From Dysfunctional Reality TV Marriages.
Written by Tanya Ghahremani (@tanyaghahremani)