Oh, the struggles of the rich and the famous. You get stressed out over moving from one city to the next, especially when you have so many different family members you in every single direction. It’s got to be a tough life, right?
In the case of Khloe, it actually seemed like it on Sunday night’s new episode of “Keeping Up with the Kardashians.” She was still trying to deal with the fact that Lamar Odom had been sent home from the Dallas Mavericks after basically being an ineffective player (and a locker-room distraction), and she also had every member of her family wanting her to do something different in the wake of the change. Scott Disick wanted her to come to New York for his restaurant opening, Kim and Kourtney wanted to give her advice, and Lamar wanted his own things away from the camera. (Can you blame the guy for not wanting a bunch of airtime at the moment?)
At the end of the day, Khloe did the right thing and declared herself an “Odom” first, but this episode put her in a tough position. What they didn’t show you was that there were plenty of folks who blamed the reality show for Lamar’s lack of performance in Dallas, and that she was likely dealing with a bunch of internet hate at the same time. By comparison, everyone else’s troubles seemed trivial — even Bruce Jenner claiming that he was starting to lose touch with his daughters Kendall and Kylie was something that could be wrapped up in a reasonably short amount of time.
But will Khloe ever get along with everyone in her family, and should she considering some of the arguments that they are making towards her? That is a conflict that is certainly not going to be wrapped up in just one episode.
Did this episode make you feel for Khloe at all — or at least as much as you can feel for people who pretty much have it all from a financial standpoint? Be sure to check out some of our other Kardashian news, and share your thoughts with a comment below!