This time around, it's not just Kourtney and Kim who are taking New York. Khloé's along for the ride, too!
All bets were off this week when the sisters Kardashian made their way to the Big Apple, making the media rounds to promote Kim's wedding the cuteness of Mason their Kardashian Kollection for Sears line.
Their talking points ranged from everything to where Kim Kardashian wants new hubby Kris Humphries to play next year, to Kourtney Kardashian's implants, to the X-raying of Kim's, um, prized assets, to one of the sisters proclaiming she's "nuts for nuts" and, yes, even Kim's wedding.
These girls really need to come out of their shell.
First up, the girls dropped in on The Late Show With David Letterman, where, after some confusion over which Kardashian was which, quickly moved to the topic of Kim's butt X-ray.
When asked if the procedure "hurt" by Letterman, Kim replied, "No, it's just, you just kinda lay there."
Spotting the opening, Letterman quickly replied, "Like my honeymoon."
In any case, Kourtney, too, revealed that she had a body part she wanted to get the bigger picture on.
"I had my boobs X-rayed, because I have implants, and I wanted to see the difference," she explained.
"Thank god you had the courage to come forward," Dave interjected.
Meanwhile, conversation also turned to where Kris might be playing next year should he not re-sign with the New Jersey Nets.
"I don't know where Kris is going to be next year," Kim said. Which means she also doesn't know where she is going to be next year. And while she didn't name a team she'd most like Humphries to join (despite Khloe's prompting of the Lakers), she did say, "I like New York."
Way to play it safe, Kim.
Meanwhile, the girls headed over to Good Morning America today, where things got a bit less suggestive, a bit more girly, and a lot more wedding intensive.
"It's like the best home movies," Kim said of the reality chronicling of her life. "It's just so cool to have this set of home videos that we would never capture any of this."
But she explained that it was the very presence of the cameras in the room that initially prevented her from ever thinking Kris was proposing.
"I was so shocked that Kris even allowed one camera in there when he proposed to me, cause that was something that I didn't think that he would ever do, so I was not expecting that at all for me to walk in and that to happen at that moment."
That moment, incidentally, which you can watch again right here.
As for her wedding day, there were no jittery nerves or cold feet on this bride.
"The wedding day, I was actually really, really calm that day," she explained.
Her one regret?
"I wish I had more time to really enjoy the wedding, because there's so much going on that you're running around and now that I look back, I'm like, that day happened so fast I wish I had more time."
Eh, who needs time when you've got those handy cameras! Kim and everyone else can relive the day on Oct. 9 and 10, when E! airs it's two-night, four-hour special, Kim's Fairytale Wedding: A Kardashian Event.