Kim Kardashian Comments on First 'Kourtney & Kim Take New York' Episode

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The reality star hit twitter with sometime cryptic thoughts before and during her E! show's Sunday premiere, which revealed discord in her marriage to Kris Humphries.

Kim Kardashian may have said she wanted to take some time away from the spotlight following her decision to end her marriage to basketball star Kris Humphries after 72 days, but that didn't stop the reality star from tweeting up a storm to promote her latest televised venture: Kourtney & Kim Take New York, which premiered on E! Sunday. 

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The episode, which was filmed pre-split, opened by addressing the news, showing tabloid covers whose headlines announced the breakup, followed by the title "8 Weeks Earlier." The rest of the show then featured the newly-wedded Kim and Humphries, who moved into a suite at New York's Ganesvoort Hotel along with Kim's sister Kourtney Kardashian, her boyfriend Scott Disick and their son, Mason Disick.  

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During the show, Kim tweeted about much of the episode's activities, including Kourtney's naked yoga session (which drives Kris to decamp to his Minnesota home). "Kourt is a weirdo freak!!!! For real!," she said before also tweeting, "Oh no! Naked yoga! Has anyone ever heard of this before???? I can't take it!"

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The reality star, who noted the episode's longer runtime (now an hour instead of 30 minutes) also commented frequently on nephew Mason, saying at one point "Isn't Mason the cutest ever!!!???!!!"

But, she remained mum on the episode's major focal point, her fastly-deteriorating relationship with Humphries. 

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Though, in recent days, Kim has been tweeting seemingly-loaded snippets of advice, saying on Nov. 26, "Celebrating other peoples pain & misfortune will only bring bad things your way. Maybe don't be too quick to judge &tear others apart," which she attributed to "BM."

That same day she also wrote, "Life is too short, everyone deserves to be happy :-)"