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The Kardashians were caught setting up a family meeting to talk about Tristan Thompson

Reality TV just keeps showing how fake it really is.

Internet sleuths, who are probably Kardashian fans, have found that the family meeting in the season finale of "The Kardashians" on Hulu was likely set up and filmed two months after Tristan Thompson's paternity scandal broke.

The scene made it look like Kris Jenner, Corey Gamble, Kourtney, and Kim Kardashian decided to meet with Khloé Kardashian to talk about Thompson's latest scandal right after it happened or maybe even a day later, but the Good American co-founder doesn't show up.

The paparazzi are always taking pictures of the powerful family, which is both a blessing and a curse. It was only a matter of time before one of their outfits on the show revealed the real timeline.

Fans are convinced the Kardashians staged their family meeting at the end of January.

In this case, fans noticed that Kourtney was wearing the exact same outfit, hair, and manicure as when she was photographed in Malibu in January 2022. This led to this particular expose.

“The family meeting was filmed January 31st based on Kourtney’s outfit, Khloé found out end of November/beginning of December when the documents leaked and she did attend Christmas with the fam, so the meeting was staged,” an eagle-eyed Redditor posted.

The giveaway was this paparazzo photo, which shows Kourtney modeling the exact same look head to toe — in January.

Another fan said that the streaming network was wrong for not filming in order because it made it hard for the family to act in the scene.

“Explains why they were so emotionless about it all,” the fan wrote. “I wish they had stuck to a real timeline rather than jumble it around to have a good final episode. Do better Hulu.”

“I wish they had stuck to a real timeline rather than jumble it around to have a good final episode,” a fan commented.

Others criticized the founder of Skims for bringing up the family's Christmas card on purpose to make it seem like it was around the time the lawsuit was made public.

GAG asked Hulu for a comment, but it didn't answer right away.


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