Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian may seem like open books on Keeping Up With the Kardashians, doing everything from giving birth to getting arrested on camera, but when it comes to their interviews, the celebrity sisters make sure to set up some serious ground rules first.

The Sydney Morning Herald reports that, prior to interviewing Kourtney and Khloe about the Kardashian Kollection for Australia’s Mercedez-Benz Fashion Week, the paper was sent an email written in entirely capital letters detailing exactly how the interview should go down — because everybody knows, all caps is code for serious business, and is totally not the aggro equivalent of using comic sans.

The email explained which subjects were off-limits, which included pretty much anything other than the stretch denim and rompers the girls were there to shill.

“NO QUESTIONS MUST RELATE TO KANYE, THE BABY OR KHLOE AND LAMAR,” read the email.

The penalty for deviating from the script? Termination.

“IF ANY QUESTIONS ARE ASKED REGARDING FORBIDDEN TOPICS, THE INTERVIEW WILL BE ENDED IMMEDIATELY.”

Despite committing no greater offense than lobbing a softball regarding Kim's pregnancy style to the pair, the reporter was told by the girls’ publicist that she would not be asking any more questions. 

Regarding their upcoming fashion show, however, Khloe did have the following milquetoast response: “It's our very first Kardashian Kollection show ever and we're so excited but we're really nervous, too.”

Source: The Sydney Morning Herald