Watch: Khloe Kardashian Says That Kourtney and Kim Were Terrible Teens on The KUWTK Finale

Keeping up with the kardashians season 8 finale

Nov. 6 2013, Published 6:35 p.m. ET

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The second half of Keeping Up With The Kardashians season 8 has been pretty eventful, between Khloe's relationship  issues and Kim's dramatic pregnancy and birth. It wraps on Sunday officially, but clearly it's not a KUWTK finale without a little bit more ridiculousness. Here's what to expect:

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First things first, Kylie and Kourtney contemplate (kontemplate?) getting their mom Kris a pig, since the Queen of England has one and Kris wants to be just like the queen. Obviously. You'll probably be shocked by which family member disapproves of this pet idea though:

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Meanwhile, Kylie gets mad at Kris for going through her stuff, and Khloe reminisces about how terribile Kourtney and Kim were compared to Kylie when they were teens:

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And then, there's Rob. We haven't seen too much of him this season, but he and Brody have a bro heart-to-heart in this heartwarming clip:

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The season finale of Keeping Up with the Kardashians airs this Sunday at 9pm ET. What do you hope to see in the final episode? Do you think it's weird that Kim is missing from these clips? Tell us in the comments below or tweet us @OKMagazine


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