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OTRC: 'Kourtney & Kim take New York' to feature Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries arguing (Video)

Kim and Kourtney Kardashian, Scott Dissick and Kris Humpries appear in a promotional image for 'Kourtney and Kim take New York' in 2011. (E!)

During a preview of "Kourtney & Kim take New York," which airs on Sunday November 27, Kim Kardashian's husband Kris Humphries clashed with then wife Kardashian and tells the reality star that after kids, "no one will care about you" - among other things.

The latest in the E! Network's various Kardashian shows, which often feature the Kardashian family and their many ups and downs, will seemingly feature the high-profile marriage of Kim Kardashian and Kris Humpries in its second season. While the whirlwind marriage was a short-lived 72 day affair, the show appears to showcase their downfall. The biggest upset looks to be when Kim Kardashian has the realization that perhaps her marriage to Humpries was a "failure."

"He fell in love with me and I fell in love with him and now my feelings have changed," the 31-year-old Kardashian sister said in a preview of the upcoming season. "I failed at this - you don't think I feel bad?"

Humpries can also be seen in the video playfully throwing his new wife on the bed, and then proceeds to tell her that she "ate a lot of wedding cake." There are also clips of the basketball athlete engaging in what appears to be heavy drinking and partying.

In another preview, the 26-year-old athlete suggests to Kim that the two move to Minnesota, but Kim says that she worries that her career will suffer. Humphries, however, feels that won't be an issue.

"By the time you have kids, no one will probably care about you," Humpries told his then-wife.

Since the show was created, Kardashian and Humpries endured a high-profile split, causing Humpries to lay low. Humpries has since opened up and acknowledged that he was going through a "very difficult time in my life" at a press conference on November 17.

"I'm happy to be here," Humphries said at the time "As you all know, this has been a difficult time in my life, and I'm so grateful [for] my friends at Sector for their unwavering support."

"I'm really honored to be with the Sector brand," he added. "A portion of the sales will go to my foundation which is all set up to fight against childhood obesity and it's a really great thing."

Aside from the divorce, the Kardashian family is dealing with an attack of a different kind. A petition has been launched online calling for the E! Entertainment network, which airs "Keep Up With The Kardashians" and other shows based on the close clan, to be removed from the airwaves.

"In a grass roots effort, we have collected [thousands of] signatures for a petition asking E! Entertainment to remove the Kardashian suite of shows from their programming," petition organizer Cyndy Snider said in a statement to Yahoo!. "We feel that these shows are mostly staged and place an emphasis on vanity, greed, promiscuity, vulgarity and over-the-top conspicuous consumption."

The petition, called "No More Kardashian" is available on gopetition.com and at press time has over 173,000 signatures. There's also a Facebook page dedicated to the cause with over 56,000 fans at the time of this writing.

UPDATE on Sunday, November 28: Check out more details about the season premiere of "Kourtney & Kim take New York," which features naked yoga.

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