If you’ve been ~ keeping up with the Kardashians,~ you know that for the season finale of KUWTK, which aired on Sunday, December 15, the famous ladies decided to mock each other. Fans are lovin’ it — including Amy Schumer.
“I watched the season finale of @kuwtk, and it was a true delight,” the 38-year-old captioned her Instagram post. “I have made a million jokes over the years, but I love that family. They are good, kind girls and I appreciate how open they are. They are such great sports and have always been very kind to me and my family and are the first one to laugh at jokes about themselves — especially Kim Kardashian. 😍😍😍 That’s how I really feel.” Aw!
Naturally, Kim made sure to return the love. “You are so sweet, and this post is so kind! ❤️✨💋 Thank you!” the 39-year-old reality star replied to Amy.
If you’re wondering what exactly went down during the finale episode, just know that the famous ladies dressed up as each other and made jokes at each other’s expense, which was hilarious. Kim channeled Kourtney Kardashian, Kourt imitated Kim, Kris Jenner was Khloé Kardashian, Khloé pretended to be Kris and Kendall Jenner acted like Kylie Jenner. It was seriously great content, and fans agreed. “I couldn’t stop laughing,” tweeted one fan. “I suppose Kylie is impersonating Kendall by not even being there LOL,” wrote another person.
The sisters and momager went all out in their typical glam outfits, but it turns out that in real life, they’re trying to take things down a notch with how they spend their money — especially Khloé. The 35-year-old Good American founder is trying to be more cautious with her savings for her daughter True Thompson‘s sake.
“Kylie gets a lot of buzz for spoiling— reportedly $100,000 recently — but Kim, Kourtney and Khloé are no slouches when it comes to lavishing presents on their kids,” an insider exclusively divulged to Life & Style.
The source continued, “Khloé has learned that less is more. She’s trying really hard to set a better example, but Khloé and Kim still go all out. The designer clothes they buy for kids is in the $10,000 to $20,000 or more range — which is insane when you think how they’ll outgrow it so fast — but money is no object for them.”
Who knows — maybe when the kids get older, they’ll use their one-of-a-kind lifestyles as inspiration to poke fun at each other!