Bible, the drama is escalating in Calabasas, California.
Since the premiere of The Kardashians on Hulu on April 14, viewers have witnessed the growing tensions between the family and Kourtney Kardashian’s ex, Scott Disick. Although Scott — who shares three children with Kourt — has been an integral part of the Kar-Jenner crew for over a decade, Kourtney’s relationship and eventual engagement to Travis Barker has led him to feel on the outs.
In the show’s latest episode, which aired on Thursday, May 11, Kendall visits her mother Kris Jenner at her new house. While there, Scott stops by and the three start talking about the family’s plans for Thanksgiving. When Kris mentions that they’ll all be going to Palm Springs, California for the holiday, Scott immediately asks if he’s invited.
“You’re invited. I just have to figure out where everybody’s staying now,” Kris responds. “There’s no more rooms available.”
Scott instantly seems annoyed at Kris’s answer, which prompts Kris to accuse Scott of acting like “a bit of a victim” in her confessional scene. (Earlier in the episode, the two had a majorly awkward lunch, at which Scott again confronted Kris for excluding him from family events.)
The conversation then turns to the topic of Kendall’s birthday dinner, when Scott bluntly asks why he wasn’t invited. The two go back and forth, with Kendall claiming that she had a separate party with only her friends and a “very intimate” dinner with family. Kendall tells Scott that she didn’t extend the invite to him because she didn’t want to make Kourtney feel uncomfortable.
“Kourtney, at the end of the day, is my sister,” Kendall exclaims. “Of course I want her there. This dinner was literally 15 people. If it’s an intimate dinner and I’m not willing to have an uncomfortable situation happen —” She tries to continue, but Scott cuts her off and continues to talk over her, declaring how upset he is.
Kendall explains that she has apologized, to which Scott replies, “I’ve not heard you say sorry.” (For the record, Kendall said at the beginning of the conversation, “I’m so sorry that that makes you sad, and I’m not ever trying to leave you out.”)
Kendall grows more frustrated as Scott continues to talk over her, eventually leading her to slam her hands on the table and stand up to leave. “This is so f***ing ridiculous,” she says. “You won’t let me speak, Scott. You’re talking over me.”
“Scott, go — please replay the f***ing videos. I’m over this s**t, Scott. For real,” she concludes before slamming the door shut. This is not good, dolls.
We’ll see the rest of the confrontation unfold in next week’s episode, which airs on Thursday, May 19.
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