Khloe Kardashian and Malika Haqq attend a basketball game between the Boston Celtics and the Los Angeles Lakers on June 17, 2010 in Los Angeles, California. (credit: Noel Vasquez/Getty Images)

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – The last 30 minutes of Khloe Kardashian Odom’s radio show on Thursday was essentially a promo for the upcoming season premiere of “Khloe & Lamar,” as the host offered some details about what viewers can expect to see this year.

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Khloe was joined in the studio by Malika Haqq, a familiar face from the Kardashian reality shows. Malika is Khloe’s “best friend of 15 years” and a series regular. What can viewers expect to see from Malika when “Khloe & Lamar” debuts in 10 days? “The ins and outs of my relationship, me working on my career,” she said.

That relationship (with an unnamed guy) is most definitely going to be a talker throughout the entire season. “Some juicy soap opera s-h-i,” started Khloe, censoring herself for the radio listeners. “It’s pretty dramatic.”

“Once people see these episodes, and see how shady and gross this guy is,” continued a very upset Khloe. “It’s crazy. And the guy should be ashamed of himself.” The more these friends talked about that failed relationship, the more angered Khloe would get.

But a more peaceful Malika took the higher road. “I wish him the very best in whatever he decides with his life,” she said.

Earlier this week, Khloe offered more details about the upcoming season, which finds the reality star making her December move to Dallas, after basketball player husband Lamar was traded from the Los Angeles Lakers to the Dallas Mavericks. “It’s a lot of unexpected twists and turns,” Khloe said on Monday.

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The new season of “Khloe & Lamar” premieres February 19 on the E! Network.

This was Malika’s first visit to North Texas, and both gals agreed that Dallas is a great city and a fantastic place to live. “It is the nicest place you could possibly be,” Malika said. And when Khloe asked her BFF about moving to DFW, Malika coyly said, “Well, I’m here. Who knows what’ll happen?”

“Dallas is so genuinely, overwhelmingly nice,” Khloe gushed. She particularly enjoys all of the sweet and kind North Texans that she meets around town. “They just want to hug and touch on you, which I love.”

Khloe hosts an hour-long weekday radio show in Dallas. Thursday’s show also featured a brief interview with Nash Overstreet from Hot Chelle Rae. The band’s tour will be coming to the House of Blues in Dallas on March 28, after joining Taylor Swift in New Zealand and Australia.

Nash jokingly said that Khloe would be banned from the band’s Dallas show. “I just heard that you’re dangerous,” he said. “The rumor, there has to be something to it.”

Khloe admitted that the rumor was true. “My husband’s afraid of me,” she said.

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