On Sunday's season finale of I Am Cait, the emotional and spiritual journey of Caitlyn Jenner reached its peak on the E! television network.
She clashed with ex-wife Kris, but found a higher power.
Whereas last week was a mere tease of the Kris-Caitlyn showdown, I Am Cait Season 1 Epsiode 8 was the main event. It didn't disappoint.
The long and short of it: Kris is pissed about the content of Caitlyn's landmark Vanity Fair article, while Cait feels that Kris abandoned her.
In Vanity Fair, Cait insinuated that their marriage ended because Kris did not accept her transgender identity, and “mistreated” her in life.
Kris denies, and is devastated by this, but Cait insists it ended 80 percent due to drama and 20 percent due to her lack of acceptance.
Caitlyn, in Kris' view, doesn't treat her own family with this newfound "sensitivity" people adore her for, but Cait stands by her VF quotes.
As for the fact that Cait was not invited to Kylie Jenner's graduation a few days ago, she's PISSED about the snub, which Kris doesn't deny.
“I didn’t want to communicate with you and be angry," she said.
Fortunately, rather than letting this deteriorate further and devolve into bitterness, they agree to work on their relationship, and move on.
It clearly won't be romantic and it won't even be free of tension, but at least they took a selfie together and buried the hatchet somewhat.
In all seriousness, things could have been a whole lot worse.
If you watch I Am Cait online, you've seen Caitlyn struggle at times to get to know the LGBT community and what its members are all about.
Ironically, Cait is the best known transgender person in the world, despite being one of the newest, and most unique - almost an outsider.
In her defense, it's inherently complicated. Spirituality and religion are complex issues that many in the community can't come to grips with.
Activist Allyson Robinson, who is both deeply religious and trans, looks at religion and God not as enemies, as some might think they are.
“God doesn’t love us in spite of who we are, God loves us because of who we are,” she says of the support system she hopes they will find.
The episode, and season, conclude around a "renaming" ceremony for Caitlyn, and for Jenner and her squad, it's cause for celebration.
What's in a name? Only reinventing her image and devoting herself to educating people about being transgender, including herself.
There have been plenty of ups and downs and she is not the perfect role model, but the fact of the matter is, Caitlyn is groundbreaking.
“The transgender community, this is my place and this is where I belong,” she says, and we could not be happier to have joined on this ride.