Buckle up, KUWTK fans: things are about to get pretty bumpy for our favorite reality TV stars. It’s no secret that Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick’s relationship has been crumbling for quite some time now, but a clip for this Sunday’s Keeping Up With The Kardashians episode shows Disick calling Kourtney Kardashian “fake", and you guys, it’s BRUTAL.
Last season, we saw what was basically the end of their romantic relationship, and honestly, between Disick reportedly hooking up with Sofia Richie to make Kourtney jealous and Kourtney dating a very young (and chiseled) Younes Bendjima, maybe it’s actually best that these two go their separate ways. Except, I guess, when you throw kids in the mix, you can’t just say "Boy, Bye".
In the clip, following the Cannes debacle, instead of cutting Disick entirely out of the picture, Kourtney tried to give herself some space and made the decision to not invite Disick to Khloé’s surprise birthday party. I mean, it’s only a birthday party, right?
WRONG! So very, very wrong.
I mean look, I get not being invited to a birthday party is cause for a serious case of FOMO. But when Disick recalls how he felt when the party went on without him, he started out being sarcastic but ended up being totally savage.
Let me explain. I'll start off nice n' easy.
In the new KUWTK trailer, we start off with Scott sitting with Kourtney and Kim, who were talking about a wannabe-guest attendant at Khloé's party (over some delicious-looking salads, I might add). Disick mentions the fact that he wasn't invited to the party, and apparently, just saying those words out loud lit a fireball of rage inside of him. He said sarcastically on not being invited, "Yeah, that was really sweet. That made me feel really good," and added, "There's only one person that would have got me not invited and that would be Kourtney. I highly doubt that Khloé was like, 'Well the last person I'd want at my surprise party would be Scott.'"
A small dig, but it was certainly loaded with enough passive aggression to cause a bit of tension.
But then... things start to get dicey.
Disick said, "It's fine, honestly. I called my sister and hung out with her the whole night. And then I called my mom and was like, 'Hey Mom, do you wanna come over because I'm feeling a little down and lonely because the family that claims that we're still blood even though we're not together still doesn't invite me to a surprise party.' But I feel really good about it."
This is cringe-worthy, considering the fact that he's an only child, and that both of his parents died within a few months of each other.
Do you feel that burn, Kourtney? Because I certainly do.
Kourtney said that Scott's "pity party" attitude doesn't help matters, but TBH, I can sort of see where Scott's coming from, especially since Khloé, who he's "known forever," is someone he genuinely wanted to "be there for."
The man's got a point, no?
But let's not all run and lick our wounds just yet, because there's a lot more pain coming our way.
Kourtney tells Scott that the reason he wasn't invited to the party was because she didn't want him "to be photographed going in." She was immediately cut off by Scott, who was clearly disgusted by her excuse for not having him on the invitation list.
Disick said, "Photographed going in is your concern? My concern would be to be there for your sister who I've loved and cared about for the past 10 to 12 years ... that's all bullsh*t. It's funny to realize how fake you really are."
Kourtney tried to explain to the audience later, in her confessional, that she was caught "off guard," and that there were a multitude of other reasons for not inviting him — the main one being that she genuinely didn't want him there — but that she didn't want to say that to Scott's face. Unfortunately though, it seems like the the damage is already done, and the trailer leaves off on quite the cliffhanger.
Will it blow over? Will it blow up in their faces? Will they just finish their salads in silence? Who knows. But until then, you can watch all the drama again and again and again.