Khloe Kardashian: You took a vow before God, and you’re supposed to abide by that.
Jelani Cobb: Oh, you know, that’s neither here nor there.
Kardashian: You don’t know.
Cobb: No. I’m into drones now.
Kardashian: Hearing them have sex is wild and I’m traumatized.
Cobb: The trained seal does a trick and you give it a treat and people applaud.
Kardashian: For sure. It was so endearing and so cute and genuine.
Cobb: What can I say about this new situation, which is not a new situation?
Kardashian: “Were you really in love with me? Did you really want to have sex with me every time?”
Cobb: Sometimes you have the Miles Davis voice, when you need that, or you might say “I want the Aretha Franklin voice.”
Kardashian: I was there and I couldn’t leave.
Cobb: Right. Now of course people have video.
Kardashian: You can’t control it.
Cobb: What gets lost in that is the capacity to understand yourself in the long term, to see the tragic repetition of things, to see triumphs that people have wrung out of difficult circumstances previously, I don’t think we think about the past very much here.
Kardashian: I wear push-up bras anyway.