This is where they all ended up as “Keeping up with the Kardashians”, broadcast for the last time.
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4 years and 20 seasons, “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” ended on Thursday night. And while we will almost certainly continue to support this clan long after the series’ finale, it was the end of the era for Reality TV’s First Family.
Although these are real people whose real exploits will make headlines in the coming years, “The End Part 2” ended the Karadshian-Jenner drama as best as possible with a 45-minute episode in which Kim Kardashian opened up in more detail in a relationship with Kanye West, Courtney Kardashian and Scott Disick come to a decision on the status of their relationship, and Chloe Kardashian decides to move to Boston with Tristan Thompson.
There were tears from the cast as well as the show’s crew, who were spotted hugging and crying as one as they completed their last family trip to Lake Tahoe. The series ended with everyone burying a time capsule in Kim’s backyard, full of memories, including Kim’s first scent, Kylie’s first lip kit, Dash keys, Lord Disick’s nose, Kris trademark certificate. ” Momager ‘and a video made by Khloe with messages she recorded as her family spoke to her future self.
KUWTK summary: Kim, Chloe and Courtney weigh drama over serious relationship in penultimate episode
Read on to see how the show spans all of its storylines:
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West
During the filming of the finale, it was clear to everyone that Kim, as Chloe put it, was “fighting for some time alone behind the camera” regarding her marriage to Kanye.
While she kept many of her feelings protected by the lens, Kim told her mother, Chris Jenner, that she had gone to a therapist and instead of being a “burden” to her family, she opened up there. She went on to explain that she was trying to find more happiness in her life because, although she had “achieved 10 times more than I thought possible in a human way”, she had no one to share it with.
“I never thought I was lonely, I thought it was perfectly fine, I could just have children, my husband was moving from state to state. And I’m on this trip with him and I was fine with that,” he explained. she to her mom. “Then after I turned 40 this year, I realized, no, I don’t want a husband who lives in a completely different state. I thought to myself, oh my God, then we get along best, but then it’s sad for me and not is what I want. “
She said she really wanted to find someone she could go to the gym with or watch the same TV shows with, and she remembered feeling like a third wheel during training with Chloe and Tristan. “It’s like the little things I don’t have. I have all the big things. I have the extravagant everything you could imagine and no one will ever do that, I know that and I’m grateful for those experiences,” she added, “but I think that I am ready for smaller experiences, which I think will mean a lot. “
Although she has since filed for a real-life divorce, Kim said at the time that she was in no hurry to make any “final decisions” and told her mother she would not “fall apart and cry” when she left the room. . “I’m numb. I’m tired of it. But I know I’ll be happy. I didn’t get that far to get that far and not be happy. Remember that,” she said. “I saw it on the internet.”
In other news, she also failed at her second baby bar, scoring 463 – which, she noted, was “slightly worse” than the first. Although shocked, she said there were “so many other stressful things to worry about,” while Chloe said she deserved credit for even accepting it amid the pandemic and family drama. In theory, she’s taking it again this month.
“This show made us who we are and I will never take it for granted,” Kim said at the end of the episode, “and I will never disrespect this and be grateful for it.”
“The last 14 years have passed so quickly. I’m not sorry,” she added, “it’s been like the best decade and a half of my life.”
Courtney Kardashian and Scott Disick
Courtney made one thing very clear: she was “above” her family, allowing “Scott’s attempts” to return with her before he took on the job she had asked him to do.
“He’s obviously handsome and funny. I’m just saying this is to play the victim and he doesn’t take any responsibility for himself, so he can’t grow,” she explained to Kim and Chloe, who apologized for exercising. pressure on her without knowing the full story.
Speaking to Scott about the situation later, she said her family sometimes even persuaded her to consider resuming things. “They will not make me feel guilty when the things I asked of you are not done,” she added.
Scott admitted that he needed things from him that he could not provide, saying in the confessional that: “I think maybe we should both realize that we will not be together and we should continue completely.”
“The fact that we have what we have is amazing and I just want to be grateful for it, instead of always thinking there is more,” he added. “We love each other, we trust each other, we take care of each other, we have children together and our children are happy and things are going well. At the moment, this is where our life is and it is very, very good.”
They ended their conversation by saying that they wanted the other to be happy and would always be there for support. Since then, they have dated new people – Scott with Amelia Gray Hamlin and Courtney with Travis Barker.
Scott ended the series by saying that the whole experience was “quite a walk”, filled with “ups and downs and amazing times” that he will never forget. Kourtney also acknowledged everything they had experienced, adding: “I feel that without difficult moments there is no growth.”
Chloe Kardashian and Tristan Thompson
After Tristan lives in Boston after signing with the Celtics, Khloe is considering moving there throughout the season. Thompson pushes her to move east as she hesitates to pack up and change shores amid a pandemic.
At the end, he mentioned that there was a Christmas game in Boston and said that she and Istin should definitely spend it with him there. “I just have to think about it,” Chloe said in a confessional. “Tristan and I are in a much better place than before, but I’m still trying to orient myself and I don’t know if I really had time to think about what moving would mean for our relationship. “
He told her he had to move there for the season and they could all return to Southern California when it was all over. “There’s not a huge reason why I can’t move to Boston,” Chloe said, “I don’t even have a real place to live, so it’s the perfect time to move.”
She also said in a confessional that the two had “so many awkward conversations” that were “extremely useful” for their relationship during the pandemic, adding that she was “more open to the idea of the future” between them romantically than always. In the end, she decided to simply divide her time between Los Angeles and Boston – without committing to either – as she was finally given the green light to move forward in building her home in Los Angeles.
Khloe ended the show by reflecting on all the “wild” things that viewers went through with her, and said she was “so grateful to have this experience.”
“It’s just so crazy how much I’ve been through with all of you by my side,” she said. “Not everyone is amazing, but they are life lessons. I feel like I’ve grown so much. It just shows that if you stick to what you are, things will always get better.”
Both Kylie and Kendall Jenner took a little behind for last season, but joined the family on the trip to Tahoe. Kylie said she felt “grateful and blessed” to have had so many great family vacations over the years.
When asked by Chloe what makes her happiest for the time capsule video, Kylie replied, “Stormy,” saying her daughter can “shine every day.” She also said her family made her happy, adding, “if I was surrounded by another group of people, I wouldn’t be the same person I am today.”
Kendall said everyone is happy to have “the best job in the world” that allows them to be with their family every day. “It was a good tuna,” they both agreed.
“I don’t even know what life is like without filming this show,” Kylie said as the episode ended. Kendall added: “I just loved every moment and I just want to be able to stop time and live right here.”
Momajar Chris got the final word on the finale, saying that working on the show was “a period in my life that meant so much to me.”
“When I think of season 1 to season 20, these are my most magical memories,” she said. “Thanks, just thank you.”
While the show is over, Well! not yet finished with the Kardashians. They will return for a 2-part gathering organized by Andy Cohen, broadcast on June 17 and June 20. See the promotion below.