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15 Of The Craziest Things We Learned From Kocktails With Khloé

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    If you're a Kardashian connoisseur, then the news of Khloé Kardashian's show, Kocktails with Khloé, getting cancelled was rough. But oh, what hilarious and bizarre moments the show gave us during its brief run!

    With guests ranging from P. Diddy, to GloZell, and Scott Disick, Kardashian provided a weekly treat for fans in the form of ridiculous games and truth bombs, all fueled by strong cocktails. Throughout the course of the show's 14 episodes, we learned a lot about Kardashian and her guests. No topic was off-limits.

    The last episode is set to air on April 20, and Kardashian promises some surprises are in store. We also know that Kim Kardashian, Kanye West, Chrissy Teigen, and John Legend are set to appear on show before its finale.

    Until then, here are 16 video clips of the craziest things we learned from the show. Thanks for the memories, Koko.

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    When she said she'd never seen a white penis.

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    When she said she tried IVF when she was baby-obsessed and trying to fix her marriage to Lamar Odom.

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    When she told her guests that she wasn't angry during Bruce's transition, but that she was protecting her little sisters from the public's harsh reactions.

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    When she said she first experienced racism while her father was defending O.J. when she was a kid.

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    When she gave us a very quote-worthy moment saying, "Damaged people are dangerous, because they show you they can survive."