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Sunday, 11 March 2012

Kris Humphries has a fool for a lawyer. We already knew his lawyer had a fool for a client.

Yes, fan of television attorney cases, Kris Humphries has hired himself to represent himself in his divorce suit against Kim Kardashian. Nobody's fool, Ms Kardashian has hired one of the most deadly sharks in the California law system to protect her reputation against fraud, annulment, calculated auction sales, and duping basketball players.

Humphries now sees himself on par with William Shatner as Denny Crane in Boston Legal.

When Kendrick Perkins fired his attorney and decided to represent himself in a piddling misdemeanor case, we could laugh. Perk saw himself as Perry Mason and Rajon Rondo would sit by his side, like Della Street.

Kris Humphries may sit alone in the dock. In fact, we presume anyone who knows him will run the other way. Such dumbness could rub off.

Why did Kris Humphries throw the his brain out the window? He wanted an annulment.

Athletes like Kris know they can do anything. They've been treated like footloose and fancy-free hotshots since their first athletic feat.

No wonder Kris thinks being a lawyer does not require years of schooling and passing the bar exam. We recall movie hero Longfellow Deeds once represented himself at a sanity hearing-which disproved his point. That was the movies. This is reality TV where Shark Week and Divorce Court use the same plot.

Kris Humphries is determined to end up on America's Biggest Loser and Fear Factor. He wants so bad to be an American Idol, he has skipped the Bachelor and gone straight to RuPaul's Drag Race.

If you can't keep up with the Kardashians, you are definitely the Deadliest Catch, and Kim and sisters will play Top Chef when they cook the goose of Kris Humphries.

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