Kanye West is simply a lot.
This is something with which Kim Kardashian was very familiar when she agreed to marry the rapper, of course.
But that doesn't mean he still can't be, well... a whole lot.
West's often-exasperated attitude and behavior were on full display during the April 7 episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, as Kim grew upset with her husband and some of the declarations he was making.
Scroll down to see what we mean and to read a recap of the latest installment...
What Did Kanye Say Now?
The episode took viewers back several months to when Kanye declared that he wanted to move to Chicago... without mentioning this at all to his wife.
"What do you want to do? You wanna live in Chicago and I'll live here and we'll FaceTime?" Kim asked Kanye after flying to confront him following his announcement, making it clear she was not leaving Los Angeles.
Other Reasons for Anger
Kim earlier also vented her frustrations over Kanye's political rant in support of President Donald Trump at the end of Saturday Night Live, which was widely booed and slammed on the Internet when he served as musical guest.
"Like, I can't control it,' Kim said of her man's temper, adding of SNL in particular: "I don't know if they'll invite us back, ever."
Kris Jenner somehow blamed Kim for these problems. "I just feel like to keep him calm you really need to pay him a little more attention," she actually told her daughter.
Not... Having... It
"Mom, I have a million kids. I have a million jobs," Kim snapped back, adding that babying her grown husband should not be among them.
Kanye said he was "serious" about the move, to which Kim later confessed: "I definitely feel like I'm being pulled in a million directions. So moving to Chicago would have to be a long conversation and, honestly, it might be my breaking point."
Kim Tries to Be Supportive
Kim flew to New York to watch Kanye perform on SNL and said of how he's always working on new music: "That's what he likes to do, so I'm trying to be super supportive of all of that."
At one point, Kanye FaceTimed Nicki Minaj to ask her to work on a future song with him.
This is Who I Married
"I know that Kanye is always gonna be Kanye and I'm never trying to change that. That's who I fell in love with and I'm not trying to change who he is," Kim said later on.
Kanye said his recent visit to Chicago really felt like "home," which led to the obvious compromise. The couple will get a second home there. "We're not gonna move full time. But we will spend time because that's my home too," West said.
"I do think it's really important to definitely support my husband," Kim said in a confessional. "But my whole life is in California. I met him when he lived in California – it's not like I met him and he lived in Chicago and moved to California for us."
Elsewhere This Week?
Kourtney debated whether or not to invite Scott on a family trip to Bali.
Check out the above clip!
Has He Changed?
"It's really nice to see Scott in full dad-mode, all hanging out together as a familly," Kourtney admitted of what she had recently seem from her ex.
I Don't Want Any Mixed Messages
Kourtney said this to Scott about the invite, prompting him to reply: "I'm in a full relationship," he said, referring to model Sofia Richie – easing the tension by joking: "You barely give a regular message."
Fine. Let's Do It!
Kourtney, true to her new career as a Poosh lifestyle influencer, appeared excited about the upcoming family trip to Bali. She said of the tropical vacation, which would include Disick: “We’re going to be doing more like soul-searching than tanning."
Khloe Kardashian Flaunts a Plunging Neckline
Khloe remained the best, joking about the origins of the family's fame when her mom handed her an MTV award, which they won for best reality show.
Who Did She Want to Thank?
"My Lord and Savior. And Kimberly for f-cking on camera," she actually said.
The Lesson Here, As Always?
You are an idiot, Tristan Thompson.