We can't believe how long they've been relevant!

The Kardashian ladies have dominated reality TV for the past ten years with their wildly successful show, and they looked back on some of the most dramatic and memorable moments in a new Hollywood Reporter cover story.

The E! bombshells sat down with executive producer Ryan Seacrest and Bunim/Murray co-president Jeff Jenkins to dish about everything from Caitlyn's transition to Kim's failed marriage to Kris Humphries, and it's juicy!

Kris Jenner touched on Caitlyn's claim that the family reality show was her idea, and she couldn't help herself but be petty. "It's so absurd. I'm not sure what the motivation was for her to say something like that. Maybe somebody should remind her that it's called Keeping Up With the Kardashians," she sniped.

As for the I Am Cait star's headline-making transition?

"The most difficult thing [to film] was probably Caitlyn's transition and just seeing my mom and Khloe having such a hard time. We never really edited content before, but we did edit a bit of Khloe's reaction just because she was so upset," Kim explained.

"If I act a certain way, I act a certain way, but I just knew in my head this needed to be a four-hour episode. This is so real, and I want to ask every question I have, but also I want honest answers," Khloe clarified.

Kimmy K also revealed that she almost didn't go through with her wedding to Kris Humphries, because she knew the relationship wasn't right.

"The night before, my mom pulled me aside, off camera, and was like, 'This isn't it for you. Why don't you go away and I'll handle it?' I felt like, if I pulled out now, everyone’s going to think I just did it for the show. Then afterwards, people were saying, 'You have to stay married for a year,' but I physically couldn't do it. When I made the decision [to divorce], everyone said it was made up for the show. Everyone really wanted to take me down," the mother-of-three confessed.

"Think about this realistically: If it was for the show don't you think we would have found someone that signed off? Someone OK with getting married and getting divorced two months later? If it's for a show don't you think you'd want as little legal trouble as possible? This was real emotions, real feelings. People f*ck up," she reasoned.

Khloe had no choice but to address her decision to film spinoff Khloe and Lamar amid her basketball player husband's battle with substance abuse.

"I never wanted to do Khloe & Lamar [which ran for two seasons in 2011 and 2012]; my ex-husband did. He sold it to E!, and I let it happen because I wanted him to be happy. I was the one who canceled it. It was way too much," she admitted.

"We deferred to Khloe on what she was comfortable with, because someone's life was hanging in the balance and that someone is a hero to a lot of young people. It wasn't necessary to go stick a camera in Lamar's face while he's on death's door in the hospital. It's just too much, so I guess, in a way, there is a line," Jenkins filled in.

Then there was that whole Pepsi scandal involving Kendall Jenner, which many believed trivialized the Black Lives Matter movement.

"We're not perfect, but you see these things in the media, like Kendall and [her Pepsi ad that was accused of trivializing Black Lives Matter], where I see her at home crying, but in the media she looks another way because she's not addressing it. I'm just like, "This is wrong. You need to speak up." She was like, "I don't ever want to show that footage of me crying." She was trying to not make excuses or be dramatic, but that was what she was going through at the time," Kim said in defense of her sister.

Just because they've made it to the top doesn't mean they're slowing down! We caught all the girls - minus Kim! - fiming KUWTK yesterday at the studio. They went to great lengths to hide from photographers as they made their exit, which makes us think they have something up their sleeves that they're cooking up for ratings!