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Humphries apparently didn't make much of an impression on Kim either. In the season finale of her E! reality show, "Kourtney and Kim Take New York," she sobbed to her sisters about the mistake she felt she had made by rushing into marriage with Humphries after just nine months of dating (the couple got engaged after six months). "I fell in love with a guy and, like, it's not what I thought it would be. Everyone sees I'm a different person. I'm such a b---h. Like, I'm just not myself and I'm not happy and it happened way too fast. I didn't know him."
Through all the drama with Kim and Humphries, Khloe -- who was on Kimmel's show to promote the new season of her own reality show, "Khloe & Lamar" -- says there is one positive thing that came out of it: She has learned to appreciate Kourtney's longtime boyfriend, Scott Disick. Although Khloe and Scott have had their share of blowups over the years, now, she says, "He's growing on me." That's probably a good thing since it doesn't look like Scott will be going anywhere soon. He and Kourtney have had a much stronger relationship since the birth of their 2-year-old son Mason -- and they're even expecting their second, reportedly a girl.
As for Khloe and Lamar, the couple is still working on starting their own family. But until that happens, the Los Angeles native is settling into her new life in Dallas. (Odom was traded by the Lakers to the Dallas Mavericks at the start of the current NBA season.) Although it wasn't easy to leave behind her family and friends, Khloe told Kimmel, "That's my husband -- I'll go to Timbuktu for him."
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