While Khloe Kardashian did not mention her estranged husband's health struggles on camera, her family opened up about the medical crisis as it unfolded.
"The doctor at the last hospital said he basically came in here dead," Kris Jenner shared. "The fact that he's alive is a miracle."
The show also delved into the obstacles Odom faced when he was first admitted, including "debilitating" strokes and dialysis treatment.
The episode also addressed how the show went on hiatus from filming during the difficult time immediately following Odom's hospitalization, and how they attempted to treat the development with all due respect.
Before the show aired, Khloe, 31, tweeted that it was a "hard episode" for her, but she thanked her fans for their support.
Also on theKUWTK, Kourtney Kardashian got candid about her former flame.
The 36-year-old mother-of-three opened up about her ex, Scott Disick, whogot a visit from their children while he was spending time at a rehab facility in Malibu, California.
"I am happy and thankful that Kim took the kids to go see Scott. I think it was good for all of them," Kourtney shared, adding, "I'm really proud of Scott for going to rehab and making an effort to get help but I'm just not ready to go visit."