New TV shows are featuring females using cannabis.
She and daughter Khloe then partake and go to get some tacos, with Kris overordering on food and giggling uncontrollably throughout dinner (pictured). Kris expresses that Khloe has been unhappy over her messy marital break up with NBA player Tristan Thompson, and she hoped for a fun night out.
"I can tell you one thing for sure," Kris says. "I'm not feeling any pain in my hip right now. Not a (bleep)ing thing." The following day, she muses, "I really did have a great night with no pain. Thank God security was driving," meaning their driver/security guard Corey who joined them for dinner.
"Being able to laugh the night away has been the best sort of medicine for my spirits," said Khloe, who claimed to feel no effect from the gummies she ate. "I really needed this trip to Palm Springs I think more than I realized....If my mom comes back, so will I. And I will always have gummies on hand."
It's the second time Kris has gobbled gummies on TV. A 2014 "Keeping up with the Kardashians" episode shows her joining her mother MJ while they "try out some MJ" (also gummies) for pain relief.
Sweeney has starred as Carrie in the druggy HBO teen drama series Euphoria since 2019. She was nominated for 2022 Emmys for both that role and for her performance in The White Lotus. I tried watching Euphoria but couldn't even get through the first episode wherein Sweeney's character has violent sex with an older man she meets online, and then cuts herself with a knife at a party. Series star Zendaya, who has won two Emmys for her role, explains in the series premiere that she was given liquid Valium to deal with a panic attack as a child, leading to her character's never-ending quest for euphoria, including buying designer drugs from a kid who looks 10 years old, being discovered unconscious by her younger sister, and procuring clean pee from a friend to fool her mother after she returns from rehab, all in the first episode.