At least they seem like a close family since they are together – as opposed to each of them being off doing things by themselves, such as working, for example.You’re supposed to believe their days are fast-paced, and their family life “zany,” “crazy,” maybe even “wacky” and “out of control.” But they’re really not. ), bodacious Kim loses the will to live (well, at least the will to work or get up off her couch) stemming from the blues that have set in from her separation from her boyfriend, NFL star Reggie Bush, who’s in New Orleans with the Saints (the episode, a preview DVD of which was provided by E! and its moneyed environs have been an integral feature of these types of series dating all the way back to “The Osbournes.” Real estate is often at the center of a plotline or two on these shows, resulting in “conflicts” to which few of us can relate, such as Khloé’s dilemma in this weekend’s episode of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians”: Should she and Lamar buy a .9 million home with something like 11 bedrooms, or “settle” for something cozier? They need to just go away because they’re forcing themselves on us is the way I feel. “All of these women’s groups, they’re all pro-Hillary, they need to …talk to someone like me and listen here, what Hillary Clinton has done to me and many, many, many other women. And this is the woman that wants to be president.” As WND reported, Willey and her husband, Ed, were Democratic activists who founded Virginians for Clinton and helped send Bill and Hillary to the White House in 1992.It’s incredible how much TV has changed over the years. In recent months, US news organizations have rushed to expose the Bush administration’s pre-war failings on Iraq.And, shortly thereafter, it was closely woven into respectable news programs.
We’re gonna go back to all the sordid details [if Hillary runs for president]. “They’re the ones that are reminding us of all that behavior. They’re the ones.” And Willey also lashed into feminist organizations who never seem interested in the harassment against her by the Clintons.While serving as a volunteer in the White House and facing financial hard times, Willey says she met with Bill Clinton in the Oval Office to request a paying position.But instead of getting help, she says, she was subjected to “nothing short of serious sexual harassment.” Distraught, Willey fled Clinton’s presence, only to discover that her husband Ed had committed suicide that same tragic afternoon.In the premiere episode that kicks off the fourth season of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” (Sunday, Dec. , seems to have been filmed before the onset of the Saints’ as-yet undefeated season). Lakers star Lamar Odom, is house-hunting for the couple’s first home together. A.-based reality shows – the spacious homes with their gargantuan kitchens, walk-in closets larger than most New York City apartments, elaborate iron- and stonework, the custom-shaped swimming pools and everything else. And another situation alien to most of us: Can Kim motivate herself out of her lethargy and stop pouting long enough to successfully participate in a photo shoot for her own fragrance, a dream she says she has had all her life? Sister Kourtney is pregnant and about to deliver a baby whose father is her off-again, now on-again boyfriend, Scott, who is portrayed in the show as a shiftless layabout whom most of the Kardashians loathe for knocking up their sis. Rest assured that it takes very little effort to keep up with the Kardashians as they house-hunt, eat lunch and pose for photos – activities they undertake languidly. You know the footage – it’s seen in every reality series: The fast-motion sunrise, the overhead shots of cars in fast-motion on sunny freeways and residential streets lined with palm trees and vast dewy lawns, the fast-moving video of the sun-splashed storefronts of Rodeo Drive. A.-based reality show: Problems will inevitably arise from photo shoots and multimillion-dollar real estate decisions, but in the end, it’s always sunny in southern California.