Kim Kardashian Sees Marriage Warning Signs on Kourtney and Kim Take New York
Three months after Kim Kardashian filed to divorce Kris Humphries after just 72 days, fans of their E! reality series, Kourtney and Kim Take New York, are seeing just how their short-lived union crumbled.
On Sunday's show, tension between the pair reached a boiling point when the spouses spent time apart for work and social obligations.
First red flag: Kris headed to Toronto for a boys' weekend with Scott Disick, without asking for his wife's consent.
Once Kim, 31, found out where her man had gone -- via Twitter! -- she fumed. Having an idea they're up to no good, Kim asked her nephew Mason, for advice in one scene. "Mason, you're a guy. Do you think they're being good or bad?" Auntie "Kiki" asked. Said Kourtney's 2-year-old son, without missing a beat: "Bad!"
Confronted by his wife upon returning to New York, Kris, 26, argued that he "wasn't used to being married" and pledged to become a better communicator. But Kim wasn't convinced.
"I can't believe Kris thinks this is no big deal," she said in a voiceover scene. "I've never had to have my guard up with Kris before so I'm just starting to get a little worried now."
Later, Kim continued to see relationship warning signs -- even when she was halfway around the world in Dubai.
When mom Kris Jenner asked Kim if she was looking forward to returning to New York after the work trip, the newlywed was glum.
"Not really," she told her mom. "I can't really explain it. I feel a sense of relief that I'm here. There's something in my relationship that I feel isn't right. I'm just learning things about him that I never knew and married life isn't what I thought it'd be with him. Is this normal? I just feel like something's off."
Two weeks after returning from her trip, on October 31, Kim filed for divorce, citing "irreconcilable differences." In a statement after her filing, Humphries told Us Weekly he was "devastated." "I'm committed to this marriage and everything this covenant represents," Humphries said at the time.