So hey, how about last night's episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, huh?
Or, if you didn't catch it, how about Tristan Thompson and his gross, inconsiderate ways?
Yep, last night was the big night.
Keeping Up with the Kardashians finally got to the part where everyone discovered that Tristan had cheated on Khloe.
It was honestly kind of intense, even though everything happened several months ago and we know how it all turned out.
Kourtney called Tristan's actions "disgusting," and Kendall said that he was an "idiot."
Meanwhile, Khloe herself took the news pretty well, especially considering that she was just days away from giving birth.
As she explained it, she didn't want to really think about it all or make a big decision about whether or not she'd stay with him.
"I just want to go and give birth and try to enjoy this," she said.
She also said that she still wanted him to be in the delivery room with her, and that she didn't want any of her family members to "make him uncomfortable and make me uncomfortable."
But even though that was her stance, and even though she's still with him, that doesn't mean things are fine.
She made that perfectly clear in a series of tweets she shared last night.
To kick things off, she wrote that "Tonight's episode is an uncomfortable and super emotional one for me."
"But when we signed up for this show over a decade ago, we signed up for a reality show, which meant showing you guys inside our lives, the good, the bad and the ugly."
Poor Khloe then admitted that "to relive these moments all over again is incredibly difficult," but that "I also hope that with every trial, tribulation and curve ball life throws at us, that we ALL get to learn from our journeys."
"Amidst the tough times," she added, "I have been blessed with the ultimate gift, my sweet baby True who has changed my life in ways I never could have imagined."
And for a bit of advice, she told her followers to "remember that you are never alone in your pain, and that everything is temporary."
"Pain, joy, elation, panic, anxiety, it is all temporary. Be grateful for the experiences that continue to build character, and make you who you are."
So it's clear that the whole mess with Tristan affected her very deeply, right?
After all of that, a follower told her that no one would be mad if she just skipped the episode altogether.
"I will see how much I can handle," she replied. "This goes for tonight AND next week."
So there's more heartbreak next week ... ugh.
Later, Khloe tweeted about how much she loves doing the show and how she's "proud that we are all strong and brave enough to be vulnerable."
"BUT we have to start airing shows closer to real time," she complained.
"This episode is about 7 months old and it's a lot to relive all over again. But maybe I need to."
She discussed some other things from the episode too, but of course she could never get too far from all the drama.
At one point, she wrote "Oh my God my heart is racing! So crazy how emotions never die! You may forgive but forgetting is not possible."
You hear that, Tristan?
Then, to wrap up her discussion on the episode, she took some time to explain exactly why she didn't react too strongly to the news of Tristan's unfaithfulness.
Spoiler: it was all for True.
"I wanted to have a beautiful birthing experience for myself and for the memories of what I choose to share with True when she's older," she said.
"I want her to have videos and pictures of her daddy there, holding her etc. I want her to know she is LOVE and my happiness!"
"Babies feel energy!" she continued. "I know this! I chose to put my feelings aside for the birth and to try and have as much positive energy that I could."
"My only thought was about the birth of my daughter. I wasn't going to let ANYONE disrupt anything less than what she deserved. Joyous love."
She wrote that she chose to be strong for her baby, especially since "I waited for this day for so many years!"
Looking back on everything now, Khloe realized that she was "in shock because I couldn't believe that this would ever happen to me."
However, she's still proud of herself for being so strong and doing what she felt was best for her daughter.
"True gave me the peace and strength I needed," she concluded.
It's so sweet that she felt so strongly about having a positive birth for True, isn't it?
It's also so sad that she had to make that decision because Tristan couldn't keep himself from stepping out on his pregnant girlfriend.
But let's try to focus on the very few positive points of this awful story.
The very, very few positive points.
Next week's episode sure is going to be rough.