Khloe Kardashian's new reality show hasn't even hit the airwaves and it's already garnering plenty of buzz.
Andy Samberg and his colleagues at Saturday Night Live took aim at Khloe & Lamar — which features Kardashian and her L.A. Laker hubby Lamar Odom — on the April 9 episode of the NBC hit.
In a skit titled "Celebrity Taxes," Samberg, as Mort Mort Finegold, helps the Kardashian sisters (played by SNL's Vanessa Bayer, Abby Elliott and Nasim Pedrad) file their taxes.
What was their most recent activity in the last fiscal quarter?
"We gave Khloe her own show," "Kim" says, referring to Khloe & Lamar, which premieres Sunday on E!.
"Well, we can write that off as charity," Samberg's character replies with a chuckle.
Khloe's reality series is just the latest venture for the Kardashian family, who grossed a collective $65 million in 2010 related to their reality shows, endorsements, product lines, public appearance fees and more.
Khloe credits her mom, Kris Jenner, with building the family's entertainment empire.
"My mother has just always been this 'Let's make water into wine' person," Khloe tells The Hollywood Reporter. "She knows how to take one small talent or ability and grow it into something huge."
Check out the full clip — which also features appearances by SNL stars parodying James Franco, Will Smith and Ricky Martin — above!
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