As per usual, Keeping Up with the Kardashians revealed itself to be a grand fake-out. The show has always given us a pretty personal look into the Kardashian/Jenner clan. It's definitely far more intimate a portrait of their personal lives than anything pretty much any other celebrity puts out (or ever would be willing to) and with stunning frequency. On the flip side, it's also made them obnoxious AF and provided plenty of fodder for critics ready to take them down a peg from their high and mighty perches.
Much like the infamous (read: very fake and scripted) scene that Kris Jenner and Kim Kardashian got caught filming after Kim filed for divorce from her first husband Kris Humphries in which Kim cries to her mom in the back of a car about her potential split from Humphries, on Sunday night's KUWTK episode, "When It Rains, It Pours," Kylie and Kendall Jenner also seemed to have fudged the timeline for the benefit of the show for their fashion line’s recent review in Vogue.
In the episode, Kris Jenner revealed to her youngest daughters the news that Vogue was going to review the girl's new fashion line. This scene appears to have been filmed in mid-September 2016. But Vogue seemed to have come to their annoyingly luxurious Calabasas casa (kasa?) during New York Fashion Week, which was the first week of September. Kendall and Kylie did a Facebook Live interview with Edward Barsamian, the Vogue runway style editor, on Sept. 7, 2016. Something's a bit off here, right?
It’s no shock that any reality show, especially KUWTK is scripted, spliced and full of shit. It’s just odd that they couldn't have made this very real event seem natural. There shouldn’t have been anything to fake.
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