Bruce Jenner's daughters pleaded with him to be more honest about his transition to life as a woman in Part One of E!'s Keeping Up With the Kardashians: About Bruce special, and in Part Two, airing tonight at 9 p.m., the 65-year-old reality star does just that when he allows Kim Kardashian to see his new clothes.

The clip debuted on NBC's Today Monday.

"Let me just go through and tell you what I like," Kim says in the sneak preview.

Kim, a Vogue cover model, is the perfect person to dole out style advice. "Red could be OK," she muses. After spying a fuchsia top in Bruce's clothing rack, she tells him, "I think you have to be chicer than this."

"What about a turtleneck?" Kim asks. "I love turtlenecks."

With a nervous smile on his face, Bruce asks, "Can I confess?"

"What?" Kim replies. "You copy my outfits?"

"No," Bruce tells her before exiting the room. "I stole your outfit!"

"What?" Kim asks, shocked by Bruce's revelation. "You stole my outfit?"

n Part One of Keeping Up With the Kardashians: About Bruce, which re-airs tonight at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m., Kim spoke candidly about how her family is dealing with Bruce's transition. "I think Bruce is afraid to let us down. We want to understand his struggle. We want to learn about it, relate to it in some way," she explained. "I think what hurts us when we hear something is changing and happening and we don't know about it. We want to be in the loop."

Though Kim has been supportive of Bruce from the get-go, she's struggled with what his transition will mean. "There's times when I get angry, resentful," she said. "There are times I get angry for my mom."

(At this time, Bruce is choosing to not live publicly in the media as a woman and will be referred to with male pronouns until he specifies otherwise.)

Part One ended with Bruce gathering his girls for a family meeting. "The greatest thing I've ever done is raise my children. It's my greatest accomplishment. I've got to deal with myself. The last thing I want to do is hurt any one of you...You can never do this right," he explained. "There's no right way to do this."

After Part One aired, GLAAD released a statement about E!'s two-part special. "When a person transitions, their family and loved ones go through their own journey to acceptance," said Nick Adams, GLAAD's Director of Programs, Transgender Media. "In these specials, Jenner's family allowed viewers a glimpse of what that process sometimes looks like. As more families learn about what it means to be transgender, hopefully more trans people will find love and acceptance from those closest to them."

In addition to the two-part special, an eight-episode documentary series showing Bruce's new life as a transgender woman will debut July 26 at 9 p.m. on E!

Learn more about what it means to be transgender from GLAAD.

If someone you love is transgender, contact PFLAG.

Watch new episodes Keeping Up With the Kardashians Sundays at 9 p.m. on E!

(E! and NBC are both members of the NBCUniversal family.)

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