Kris Jenner’s sister Karen Houghton is tearing her apart in the pages of the newest issue of In Touch Weekly. On the publication’s cover, she refers to Kris as a “monster mom” and said that she is only driven by power and money. Tell us something that we don’t already know!
Aunt Karen: Fame Destroyed My Sister
Kris Jenner’s younger sister, Karen Houghton, is speaking out to reveal how Kris’ twisted childhood — plagued with daddy, body and money issues — has fueled her lust for the spotlight and turned her into a greedy, self-obsessed momager at risk of destroying her family forever. “You know what drives Kris? Power, power, power and money,” states Karen. “Fame and fortune ruin people.” Yet Kris can’t get enough of it. “She is a workaholic, a hustler,” aunt Karen says of her big sister. “You do these things because there’s a hole that’s not filled.”
Indeed. It’s not the first time that we’ve heard of money and fame destroying families. We are truly not shocked to learn how important the almighty dollar is to Kris and her ilk. Boy, In Touch has some good timing with their Kris Jenner stories, considering that she has just announced her split from her husband of 22 years, Bruce Jenner. We wonder what Karen has to say about that?!
We would say to file this one under: That was fast — but Kris and Bruce Jenner have actually been separated for an entire year’s time. They have just gone public with their split, but Kris is already out to be a cougar. Unsurprising, really.
Kris already has her sights set on dating a younger man now that she no longer has Bruce in her life. She was said to be “tired of being held down” and wants to get back down to business with men. A source revealed, “The separation was Kris’ idea. She’s tired of being held down. She wants to date, and she wants to date younger men.”
The source went on to say, “Kris and Bruce were fighting nonstop and Bruce was tired of Kris treating him like a second-class citizen. The kids are taking it pretty well, but Khloe doesn’t understand how someone can walk away from a 22-year marriage. Kris is of course happier because now she is a free woman and can do whatever she wants.”
Younger men of the world, here is a question for you: Would you date Kris Jenner if given the opportunity? If so, where would you take her and what would you do on your date?
Walter White AKA Heisenberg made such an impact on the world that his hometown of Albuquerque, New Mexico opted to have an obituary put in their paper for him. This is obviously a major spoiler for those of you who have yet to see the final episode of Breaking Bad, but this is pretty cool.
We’re guessing that Gretchen and Elliott Schwartz wouldn’t have liked the idea of Walt being credited as a co-founder of Grey Matter, considering how they disowned his involvement altogether on Charlie Rose.
Either way, this is pretty cool, right? It sure beats this idea. [Hat tip to Scottie.]
Kim, Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian appear with their mother Kris Jenner on this week’s edition of In Touch Weekly. Inside, Kris’ sister Karen exposes all of the Kardashian family secrets! What could we possibly not know about these blatant famewhores?!?
According to Karen’s report in the magazine, Kris is a massive flirt with all of her daughters’ men. In addition to that lovely morsel, Lamar Odom was as high as a kite during last year’s Thanksgiving dinner. Also, she claims that Kris has a twisted sort of relationship with O.J. Simpson. Lastly, she claims that Bruce is seeking the help of a divorce attorney.
Plus, Karen blows the lid off of who is having a baby next! Could it be Kourtney?!? We’ve heard reports that she’s been looking into having baby number three with her boyfriend Scott Disick.
Is it us or does Karen look like a version of the poor man’s Kris Jenner? Like, this is how Kris would look if she didn’t have the Jenner name or the Kardashian empire? What do you think?
TELL US: What would be shocking for you to learn about the Kardashian family? Perhaps Kourtney actually did make a sex tape? Or Khloe?
Breaking Bad returned to AMC for its series finale on Sunday titled Felina. As most of you, we were certainly anxious to see how it all played out. We had our theories and we’ve watched the series finale several times in order to bring the best possible recap from a fan’s perspective.
Walt travels from New Hampshire back to Albuquerque in order to deal with Gretchen and Elliott Schwartz first. He gives them his money, save for $200,000 of which he tells them he used to hire some of the best hitmen on the planet. He tells them to give the millions to his son Flynn on his 18th birthday in ten months and two days. No one would be the wiser having the money come from rich benefactors. The government would not be able to seize the money and Walt would get no credit for passing on the cash to his family. Excellent return for Badger and Skinny Pete!
Walt realizes Jesse has been cooking the “choice” blue meth. Next, we see Jesse visualizing himself wood working instead of actually cooking meth. This is a nod back to Kafkaesque, where Jesse was asked to talk to his NA group about the last time he felt competent. He told of how he made a beautiful wooden box, but unfortunately, he is dragged back into reality by his chain. The screen flips back to Walt celebrating his 52nd birthday at a diner and looking in his trunk at his machine guns. Later, he’s at his old house getting the ricin out of an electrical outlet. While walking through his old house, he flashes back to when Hank first offered him a ride along to see a meth business up close and personal for the first time.
Walt eavesdrops on Lydia’s conversation at The Grove with Todd. He joins them to try to pitch an idea about making meth without using methylamine for a million dollars. She asks how he knew how to find her and he Walt tells her that they were meeting at the same time and place while working together. She is definitely a creature of habit.. Lydia says Jack should hear Walt’s offer. She thinks it would be best for the Aryans to kill Walt. Then, we see her dissolving the only pack of Stevia at her table into her chamomile tea with soy milk. Finally, the ricin is used and after all of this time!
Next, we cut to Walt in the desert making an automatic machine gun firing system for his trunk. It’s Jesse’s robot! (From season 2 episode 9 “4 Days Out”) After seeing his a necklace with his wedding ring on it hanging from his neck, we cut to the inside of Skyler’s trailer. The phone is ringing and Skyler lets it go to voicemail. It’s Marie warning her that Walt is back in town. After she hangs up with Marie, Walt is seen in her kitchen. She gives him five minutes.
Walt tells her that it’s over and the cops will be coming to him. She says that if he’s in custody, then what is going to stop those masked men from coming back to keep her from talking about Lydia. After tonight, he assures her, they won’t be coming back. Then he gives her the lottery ticket which contains the coordinates to where Agent Gomez and Hank are buried. He says that is where he buried their money and the men who stole it from them murdered Hank and Steve and buried them there. He tells her to trade that for a deal with the prosecutor in order to get herself out of this. He finally admits that he did all of those things not for his family, but for himself. He says he liked it, he was good at it and he was alive. Before he leaves, she allows him one last chance to see their daughter. He leaves but then sees his son before going.
Walt then pulls his car into the warehouse yard where Uncle Jack’s men are. Walt taunts Jack by saying that he didn’t do his job of killing Jesse, but instead made a partner out of him. Jack, angry, tells Todd to drag Jesse there for Walt to see. He’s in shackles and it’s clear that he’s no partner. Walt tackles him to the floor as he clenches his thumb on the alarm button on his keys. The bullets spray and kill everyone of the Aryans with the exception of Todd. Jesse jumps up and wraps his chain around Todd’s neck, brings him to the floor and strangles him to death. “Jesus, Mr. White” indeed! Then, Walt picks up a gun and lets Jack, who is still barely alive, take a puff of a cigarette. Jack tries to plead for his life in exchange for the rest of Walt’s money, but Walt shoots him just like Jack did Hank — mid-sentence.
Jesse unshackles himself to see Walt standing there with a gun. Walt puts the gun on the floor and kicks it over to Jesse. Jesse holds up the gun like he’s going to shoot Walt and Walt says “do it”. Walt and Jesse have a stand off, but Jesse won’t shoot him because he realizes Walt is already wounded. He tells Walt to do it himself and then walks out.
Then we hear Todd’s phone ringing with his Lydia ringtone. Walt answers it and she asks if “it’s done”. Walt tells her “he’s gone” and that they’re all gone. She asks who she’s talking to and he says “Walt”. He says to her, “How are you feeling? Kinda under the weather? Like you got the Flu? That would be the ricin I gave you. I slipped it into that Stevia crap that you’re always putting in your tea. Well, goodbye Lydia.”
He tosses the phone to the ground and we get one final moment of Jesse and Walt together. He gets a real goodbye in the form of a nod from a son-like figure who respects him for protecting him and Jesse drives off maniacally.
In his final scene, Walt goes to Jesse’s lab and admires it. The song is fitting, beginning with “Guess I got what I deserved…”
As the cops arrive, Walt dies with his “baby blue”.
Well done! What did you think of the series finale of the show?
If you are like us, then you are waiting with baited breath for Breaking Bad’s series finale titled Felina. While the show’s creator, Vince Gilligan has said that “Felina” is just an anagram for “finale”, that may not be the bigger picture. As you may already know, in Vince’s world, a lot of things have more than one meaning. Take “Felina”, for instance. As you can see in the picture above, the letters could stand for “blood, meth and tears”.
Aren’t those three elements what the show has been all about since the beginning? Blood – Walt’s because of his cancer, meth for the blue Heisenberg grade meth that Walt cooked and tears for all of Skyler’s tears because of her husband’s secrets. It is all going to end badly for everyone, folks.
We’re going to take a stab at the ending, so here goes: EVERYONE DIES.
Walt makes his way to Albuquerque and Uncle Jack catches wind and puts a hit out on “Walter White”. This leads to Flynn getting shot because he has the same name as his father. Todd kills Skyler in order to protect Lydia’s identity, leaving Holly without a mother.
Walt kills Uncle Jack and his entire crew, with the exception of Todd. Walt leaves Todd for Jesse to kill as an act of revenge for Andrea’s murder. Walt tells Jesse he’ll deal with him later and makes his way to Gray Matter Technologies to take care of Gretchen and Elliott for lying about his connection to their company. He poisons them with ricin and since he’s got a little known clause in their contract, he ends up being the beneficiary of their business.
He thinks that his family is set and goes home to tell them about their inheritance that’s not the result of drug money. There, he finds that Flynn and Skyler are both dead and Holly is screaming her head off. He falls to the floor and just then, Jesse arrives. Walt tells Jesse to just kill him and that he knows that Holly would be taken care of from non-drug money. Jesse kills Walt and snatches up Holly. He then calls the disappearer/vacuum repair guy and leaves Albuquerque forever.
Hey, it could happen! Leave your comments as to what you think is going to happen on the show’s series finale?
If you have a ton of cash on hand and you are interested in being Walter White/Heisenberg from AMC’s hit show Breaking Bad for Halloween, then you’re in luck! The Landon Meier, Hyperflesh silicone mask is available on eBay and it has been signed by Bryan Cranston himself. The only downer? The auction is up to $31,000 and has 109 bids.
Hey, if you’ve got that kind of cash laying around, then this is an awesome investment. It’s a piece of history, if you will. You could pair this mask with his green shirt and brown slacks and teach chemistry classes.
The mask is listed as being in used condition; from the description:
Mask was worn by Bryan Cranston and whoever else Bryan allowed to wear, (i.e.) Jimmy Fallon and Rapper/actor, Common. Mask was made-out with by Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul. In perfect condition other than a little celebrity spit and sweat.
The Walter White mask is made of ultra-durable, long lasting Dragon Skin© platinum silicone. Landon’s unique pigmenting methods, combined with the translucency of the silicone, makes for a very convincing flesh. All hair is hand punched. This particular mask has been signed by Landon Meier and Bryan Cranston!
Watch the below video of Bryan Cranston walking the floor of the 2013 Comic Con as Heisenberg:
Pretty hilarious indeed!
TELL US: How much do you think the auction will end up getting when it’s all said and done?