'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' High Five: 'Family vs. Money'
'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' High Five: 'Family vs. Money'
Here's your BuddyTV High Five: The five big moments and questions from tonight's episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians,"Family vs. Money"

High Five Highlights:

5. Kim and Kris are officially boyfriend and girlfriend! Kim and NBA Player Kris Humphries unexpectedly fell for each other and things are going "really, really," according to Kim, "good" for them. But before you can say, we already knew that so let's move on, Kim explains that there are sacrifices for a successful long distance relationship. In this case, it's the time she spends with her family.

4. What happened to Game Night? The girls get together at the Jenner House to look at their professional schedules, call dibs on K names for babies and threaten to fire their mother. Busy with work, Kris Jenner doesn't seem to see her daughter's wont for family time but Kourtney's husband Steve, who looks remarkably like a Donald Trump offspring, promises to have game night at their house instead. Too bad Kim is in New York.

3. Khloe's Emotional Journey: Khloe laments on the toll each of Kim's relationships take on her as she is the sister who becomes emotionally involved with the men. Since, she says, she is nicer than Kourtney. No one disagrees and Khloe and Kim have it out about the seriousness of Kim and Humphries relationship.

2. Kourtney's late! No, not like that. When Kris sets up a business meeting for the girls, Kim is in New York with Humphries and Khloe and Kourtney decide not to show up to teach their mother a lesson. After receiving word that the girls aren't coming, Kris becomes screaming how hard she works for their careers.

1. Family Dinner: All's well that ends well, and in this case, it ends at the dinner table, glasses held high for the toast except for Kim who, instead, is still on her cell phone. Rob calls her out but after some tears, some laughs and a few glasses of wine, the family remembers why weekly dinners are important and Kim decides to take a day off and stay with her sisters before going back to New York.

Questions:

- How hard is it to marry a man who has the same name as your mother?

- How does that even happen?

The Last Word:

It's not easy being a Kardashian. Just in the past week, Joan Rivers said on Fashion Police that she adored the Kardashians because "they're a lot like Colonel Sanders. They also built an empire on breasts, legs and thighs." And Willie Garson's character on USA's White Collar compared a plane to a Kardashian last week saying "what it lacks in refinement, it makes up in cargo". But the best fodder about the Kardashians come from the family itself, like when Brody Jenner posted on Twitter that he found out online that his sister was engaged when hours earlier, Ryan Seacrest tweeted how happy he was for Kim for she had called him the night before with the news. We've kept up with them this long that knowing the engagement spoiler of the season can't even keep us away from season 6.

Jennifer Leah Peck
Contributing Writer

(Image courtesy of E!)

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