Watch: Kris Jenner Cries on KUWTK When She Finds Out Her Kids Don't Watch Her Talk Show

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Nov. 1 2013, Published 8:26 p.m. ET

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On Keeping Up with the Kardashians, viewers are just starting to see what the Kardashians were dealing with during their krazy summer of Kim Kardashian's pregnancy, marital issue between Kris and Bruce Jenner, and much more. This week's episode looks like a doozy! Watch some clips here.

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In this scene, Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian sit in on a taping of the first episode of Kris and worry to each other that their mother's show will spend too much focused on their family. It also shows that jaw-dropping moment when Kris brought out a baby that everyone obviously assumed was North West!

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Then Kris directly asked her kids what they thought about her show, and learned that they weren't watching it. Awkward. Kris explained that she felt insecure about the show, and cried from the pressure.

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Remember when Kim taped a little video for her mom's show as a surprise? KUWTK shows Kim getting ready for the clip and explains that she's not ready to be "back" in the public eye and doesn't feel ready.

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There were even more tears after that! Kim got emotional while trying to tape the clip for her mom. She also talked about how engorged her breasts are, which is illuminating.

The new episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians airs this Sunday at 9pm ET/PT.

What did you think of these scenes? Did you watch Kris' show? Can you believe that Kim had such a hard time going back into the public eye? Tell us in the comments below or tweet us @OKMagazine


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