We don't tune in to reality TV to watch happy, quiet, stable marriages. We want disasters!
So, although I'm sure Rob Kardashian and his fiancée, Blac Chyna, would love to have a marriage full of mirth, they know they can't get good ratings on their new E! series, Rob & Chyna, without fireworks.
There was plenty of that this weekend, when the couple got into such a bad (read: good) fight, Chyna moved out, taking their 5-week-old daughter, Dream. It made headlines (read: good ratings).
Now, Rob is hitting the reset key, asking Chyna back home.
"This weekend I was in an emotional bad place and did some things that embarrassed myself and my family," he said Monday on Instagram. "I'm seeking help to deal with my flaws/issues. Please pray for me and I'm sorry @blacchyna."
Chyna replied an hour later with with a heart emoji.
Hurray for love and commerce!
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