In an interview with Vulture, Nurse Jackie had this to say when asked if "society’s hunger for fame has gotten out of control"...

"I don't really know if the hunger for it has changed, but our obsession for it seems to have changed. I’m not so good at commenting in any meaningful way about these things, but celebrities are now like our royalty, you know what I mean? Most of them haven't really done anything to earn where they are, which is what's so troubling. There's an obsession with famous people who, oftentimes, are not worthy of a million people knowing who they are and what they think."

Vulture continued their line of questioning with "So, it's safe to say you don't watch much reality TV", and Falco replied:

"No, not a big fan. Like, forgive me, I don't know if you're friends with her - but who the hell is Kim Kardashian? Like, who are these people and why are they famous (the short answer: golden shower themed sex tape) and why are they advertising things and being asked their opinions about things? I just don't understand what these people did to be in a position of having everyone ask their opinions about stuff. I mean, if there's something about her personality or something that she's accomplished or her philosophy on something - but beyond that I don't understand what's happening. It's actually frightening."

She should watch Jersey Shore, that'd freak the bits off her.

So, in spite of this declaration from Carmela Soprano, and Reese Witherspoon's thinly veiled MTV Movie Award acceptance speech/slight ("I get it, girls, that it's cool to be a bad girl. But it is possible to make it in Hollywood without doing a reality show. When I came up in this business, if you made a sex tape, you were embarrassed and you hid it under your bed." She also took a pop at Blake Lively, but I'm sure if you switch on MTV at any stage over the next few weeks you can see the MTV Movie Awards in its entirety, and therefore the rest of Reese's speech), Glamour Magazine STILL awarded the giant ass with the Entrepreneur of the Year title. She's not Entrepreneur of the Year, she's just someone who TV's equivalent of Satan himself (Ryan Seacrest) decided to give a reality show to - 'cause she's over privileged, has a giant ass, she let Ray J urinate on her, and she has a giant ass. Enough. Already.

As for her coattail (in fairness, it's big enough) straddling sisters, this is what Khloe Kardashian had to say when questioned by TMZ about her nipple slip on live TV: "At least it's not my vagina, who wants to see that?" Nobody. Certainly not the toddler she was holding at the time.