Watching the Kardashians watch Keeping Up With the Kardashians… this is like the ultimate fan experience, right? We're not sure. But E! offered us just that with Dishing it Out last night, a special featuring never-before-seen footage, in case you have not seen enough.
The whole fam (sans Lamar Odom and Kendall Jenner, who we assume was either modeling or grounded) got together to munch on desserts, including Rice Krispies Treats that Kim Kardashian supposedly made herself, and reflect on the past year in Kardashian.
We watched Kim and Khloe Kardashian Odom bad-mouth each other (in footage we are pretty sure we have already seen). We watched Scott Disick mount Kourtney Kardashian in various rooms of their home. We watched Scott and Lamar get flirty with Rob Kardashian. And we saw Bruce Jenner try to get his wife and kids to stop communicating with perverts on the Internet.
Oh, Bruce. We've often worried about him, wondering how he could possibly have the life an Olympian is meant to have after all their hard work and dedication. Do you think this is going to happen to Michael Phelps? We think not. (Ryan Lochte, maybe.)
Bruce finally snapped. "This started off as a family show," he said. "I don’t want to be involved in a show that talks about penises and sex and all this crap," he says. "We have a 15-year-old sitting here [Kylie Jenner], young kids are watching this stuff!" He has to yell over everyone else talking while wife Kris Jenner shakes her head and rolls her eyes at his fuddy-duddiness. Kourtney and Scott are the only people who look like they care.
The thing is, few and far between the types of scenes that have given the family the "infamous" label, there are some rather nice scenes that showcase the family's closeness, and we wouldn't mind seeing a little more of it, either, Bruce!
Other than that, the most interesting thing to come out of this was that Kim and Kourtney declared whatever the tabloids say comes true. Tabs are psychic, guys.
Do you think Bruce would ever opt out of Keeping Up With the Kardashians? We hope not.