'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' Episode 18 Recap: Kim Kardashian Has Her Baby
This week, on Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Bruce Jenner has a serious bromance budding with comedian Jeff Dunham.
Bruce brings Brody, Brandon and Leah to Las Vegas to meet his new friend and they attend one of his shows, although things get a little awkward when Jeff starts making fun of Bruce's plastic surgery.
Still, Bruce wants to be his friend and he's SO interested in making things work that his sons tell him he might need to back off a little bit, because he's coming on so strong. Now that we know what Bruce was going through with wife Kris Jenner at the time, it makes sense that he would be lonely and really want a friend to keep him company.
Also on the episode, Khloe Kardashian is hanging out with Scott Disick and Khloe suddenly wants to hit the streets, visit Skid Row and talk to all kinds of people, which is a little disturbing to some of the other family members, but Rob Kardashian confesses to the camera that there is a lot going on in the Odom household, which he knows because he lives there, which might explain why Khloe is suddenly so curious to explore the other side of life.
Given recent developments, it's quite possible that Khloe was just trying to connect more to Lamar Odom and understand more about what he might have been going through with his alleged drug use.
While it was sad seeing Khloe and Bruce's problems start to show on the episode, the show still ended up giving us something to smile about when Kim Kardashian delivered her daughter North West.
It was a little shocking at first, when Kim had to deliver baby Nori five weeks early, but the family scrambled to help get everything in place for when Kim came home with the baby.
Kris Jenner was struggling a little bit, but Kourtney Kardashian came to the rescue when she scoped out North's future nursery and helped re-arrange everything so that it was perfect for her when she arrived.
Definitely a lot going on during this week's episode...what did you think was the most interesting thing?