Originally posted on FOX Sports  |  Last updated 11/30/11

NEW ORLEANS - JANUARY 24: Kim Kardashian looks on as her boyfriend Reggie Bush (R) of the New Orleans Saints talks on the phone after his team's victor against the Minnesota Vikings to win the NFC Championship Game at the Louisana Superdome on January 24, 2010 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Michael Heiman/Getty Images)
Kim Kardashian's estranged husband, Kris Humphries, was among the 3.2 million people watching the season two premiere of "Kourtney & Kim Take New York" on Sunday night and the episode left the basketball star in "utter horror," a source says. A source close to Humphries told Radar Online that the 6-9 Minnesotan was left shaking his head over the show. "It's just not a true depiction about what was actually going on between Kim and Kris," the insider said. In the episode, Humphries was shown telling Kardashian that he planned to move home to Minnesota rather than live with her in New York, after coming home and finding her taking part in a naked yoga class in their hotel suite. He was also shown rough-housing with his wife, stepping on her toe and body slamming her on their bed before joking, "God, you ate a lot of wedding cake." But the source said there is another element not shown in the series that ultimately led to her filing for divorce after just 72 days. "Kris did jokingly say that Kim ate too much wedding cake," the source said. "But what viewers didn't see was Kim nagging Kris about working. There was nothing he could do about the NBA lockout. He was working out, and getting ready for the upcoming season, and he is a free agent." On the show the two were seen having a heart-to-heart about the yoga incident, where Humphries revealed he was moving out of their first home together as a married couple. The newlyweds had been sharing a suite with Kim's sister Kourtney Kardashian, her partner Scott Disick and their 1-year-old son Mason. "It was actually Kim's idea that Kris go back to Minnesota to train and give them some distance. Kris wasn't getting any sleep at all with Mason's playroom literally set up outside their bedroom door," the source said. "It made no sense for Mason's play area to be on the second floor of the suite Kim, Kris, Scott and Kourtney were staying in. Scott and Kourtney were staying downstairs. Scott felt that the producers of the show were just trying to provoke him into reactions." But while Humphries was disappointed with the heavy bias of the show, he also knew what he was getting himself into. "Kris wasn't surprised that he was made to look bad," the source said. "He will just be relieved when the show is over, and his divorce is final." Read more ...
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