Oprah Winfrey ended her interview with the Kardashian family last week in cliffhanger fashion.
America waited all week to find out if Kim's whirlwind romance with Kanye West was indeed a "fairy tale."
By the end of the program, it was clear that Kim Kardashian is happy with her new relationship with bad boy rapper West. But unlike many of Winfrey's other dramatic celebrity interviews, this one didn't feature a tear from Kim K. Not a single, solitary one.
"I don't know why it took us so long to get together," Kim said. "I think we've always had an attraction to each other. One day it just happened. It took me by surprise."
Kim also said that marriage isn't on her mind. That didn't stop her from purchasing a Lamborghini for West on his birthday, though. The couple is taking it slow.
Kim also discussed her brand, her own perception of her appearance and wrapped up by telling Winfrey where she feels most at peace.
"At my mom's house, or on a vacation," she said.
Winfrey then spent some time with Kloe and Lamar Odom, who said they are "always trying to get pregnant."
The couple also discussed their relationship and what it was like getting engaged after just one month of dating. She also mentioned how "grateful" she was to have a reality show.
Next up was Kourtney Kardashian and her boyfriend Scott Disick. Winfrey asked some of her most interesting questions here and point-blank told Disick he was the "black sheep" of the family. Their relationship was put under a microscope by Winfrey and even Disick himself, who admitted he's insecure at times.
The tone of the show lightened up a bit when the two younglings of the Kardashians, Kendall and Kylie Jenner, showed off the type of attire that would make any fashionista jealous. Let's put it this way: they could own their own store. Charming and upfront, these two are naturals in front of the camera and made for some of the best moments of the special.
It all ended with a backyard conversation with the patriarch and matriarch of the Kardashian kingdom: Bruce Jenner and Kris. This was the first time Bruce spoke in the special and, aside from admitting he's constantly in "the shadow of estrogen," he admitted the Kris Humphries/Kim wedding was a bit over the top.
"We went so overboard on that. And, the way it turned out and everything," Bruce said. "And, because I mean, at the time it was honest, it was love, it was exact, I mean, I was all in, you know? But then it turned so quickly."
The final question from Winfrey was a great one, but one that viewers wanted to know last week. Is Kris ready for the show to be over?
"I think I am. I think we're having a lot of fun," Kris told Winfrey. "But I'm acutely aware that one day it will be over."