Keeping Up with the Kardashians Season 15 came to an end on Sunday night.
With both a bang, and a lot of whimpering from the public over comments Kanye West made about slavery.
Oh yeah: Kim Kardashian also met with Donald Trump in the Oval Office.
Yes, that Donald Trump.
The episode opened with a Kim explaining how she became moved and inspired the story of Alice Johnson.
As explained to Kourtney, this was a woman who had been sentenced to a life sentence for a nonviolent first-time drug offense. She had already served 21 years of this stint.
Kim became involved in the case after reaching out and offering to assist, and she was determined to convince the President that Johnson deserved clemency.
“My first phone call was to Ivanka [Trump]," Kim said in a testimonial, adding:
"She connected me with her husband Jared [Kushner]. They’ve asked me to go and talk to Trump about why Alice should get out.”
Kardashian also said she told Kushner that she was a Hillary Clinton supporter in 2016 -- but that this issue goes beyond party affiliation.
In the middle of planning her White House visit and traveling to New York for the Met Ball, however, Kim had to deal with one of the children in her life.
No, not Saint, North or Chicago. We're talking about Kanye.
During an appearance on TMZ Live, the idiotic rapper said the following:
“When you hear about slavery for 400 years … for 400 years? That sounds like a choice.”
Kris Jenner was actually scheduled to appear on Ellen just as news of Kanye's rant broke; but Corey Gamble encouraged her to cancel.
But the matriatch wasn't having it.
"I just want to make everything better," Kris told Corey in the Ellen greenroom.
"You know me, I want everybody to get along, I want everybody to be happy, I want everybody to understand one another and communicate."
In a solo interview with the E! cameras, Kris explained:
"Even though Kanye went on TMZ this morning and made some controversial comments, my loyalty really lies with Kanye."
Later, while preparing for the Met Gala in her New York City hotel room, Kim opened up to Jonathan Cheban about West's words actions.
“Everyone thinks he’s having a breakdown,” she said. “When I saw the clip, I rushed home, I was hysterically crying. So I go home, he’s totally fine.”
Typical Kanye, right?
"The thing is, when he gets ramped up, he can't control what he says, he can't let it go. But he loves being ramped up," Kim continued.
"He's like, 'I feel powerful when I'm ramped up. I don't want to be so suppressed. Yeah, I say crazy sh-t, but I've always said crazy sh-t. That's why I'm Kanye.'"
But Kim only had so much time to deal with Kanye's latest controversy.
She had to go into full-on business mode upon traveling to the White House with attorney Shawn Holley, the lawyer who famously represented Lindsay Lohan during her 2013 legal battle.
Holley described the meeting with Trump with Kim, saying on air:
“It was a lot of chit-chatting. They talked a little bit about Khloe on The Celebrity Apprentice.”
There was also “a lot of Kanye talk" because West had also garnered backlash for supporting the MAGA movement.
Finally, a few days after this White House meeting, Kim learned that Johnson had been freed from prison.
Johnson, who later appeared in the episode as Kim flew to Tennessee to meet her, broke into tears and referred to Kim as an “angel.”
As for her sit-down with Trump, Kim later told her lawyer:
“This has nothing to do with politics. I don’t really know anything. This just has to do with getting in front of the person that is the only person in the world that can make this decision and try to change their mind.”
Kim delivers the life-altering news of her freedom to Alice Johnson in this photograph/scene.
And as for the past 12 months of her life?
After some time chilling at home with her semi-insane husband, Kim said the following to conclude Season 15:
"Every time I think I've had a crazy year, I live the next year and it's even crazier."