In case you dropped off the pop cultural planet this morning, Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries are divorcing after a long 72-day marriage, complete with a $10 million televised wedding. In response to the startling news, a vigil is underway and comedian Rob Delaney has filed suit against the couple. Plus, the Comedians at Law analyze the couple’s prenup, texting in Namby Pamby’s court, wrestling gone wild at a brewery, and a year’s worth of chicken for the safe return of a cow. It’s the happy hour law review for Tuesday, November 1, 2011.
1Comedian Rob Delaney announced that he is suing Kim Kardashian and others involved in “promoting [a] sham marriage, bilking advertisers, and polluting the airwaves of America and every other nation unfortunate enough to be subject to the disease of Kardashia.” | Vice.com
2The comedians at Comedians at Law also weigh in on the 72-day marriage between Kardashian and NBA star Kris Humprhies, going clause-by-clause through the alleged Humphries-Kardashian prenup. | Comedians at Law
3The Namby Pamby reveals his recent under-the-table texting at trial and that, surprisingly, it increases his overall excellent performance. With a bonus “Pro Tip.” | The Namby Pamby
4Not sure where to start with this one. How about the headline: Drunken Wrestling Demo Ends With 1 Arrest, 1 Hospitalized. Also mentioned: getting handcuffed for refusing to drop your pen. At a brewery. | The Denver Channel
5We’ve got another large fiberglass animal stolen. This time, a large green cow from the front of a Chick-Fil-A franchise in South Carolina. Turns out someone sawed off the cow’s legs and swiped it. No worries, though, as the manager is offering “a year’s worth of chicken for information leading the cow’s safe return.” | Fox Carolina