When last week The Kardashians Originally about the life of Kim Kardashian after the ear, it ended with a fight.
Parania Kendall leads Scott to fight with Kendall Jenner, who has been in his corner for some time, over the ice from the family.
In this week’s episode, we look at what happened next.
Courtney is not interested in discussing the feelings of Scott and her eldest son, but her sisters explain to her that this needs to be resolved.
The question of whether Scott will be invited to Thanksgiving, led to an inquiry into Kendall Jenner’s birthday celebrations.
He didn’t have a big party – which is why he wasn’t invited. He also speaks for her at family gatherings.
Nonetheless, he wouldn’t give her time to get a word out on Edgewise, and Kendall kept the very non-productive conversation halfway through.
Chris Jenner witnessed the whole affair.
Scott angrily told her that if everyone thought she “shouldn’t be part of this family anymore, I’d rather not be part of it.”
Chris reminded him that literally no one feels.
“Kendall is stuck in the middle so it’s not okay to deal with him,” Chris told Scott.
“He feels terrible … you can’t do or feel what you want someone to do,” he reminds her.
Chris confirmed that “it’s just going to get better,” although Scott argued that things could get worse.
Chris talks to the confessional camera about the whole exchange.
“I don’t like it when someone argues, especially my kids,” he noted.
“And,” Chris insisted, “Scott has to hold on to his emotions right now and not be so upset.”
Kendall followed up on the dispute by driving to Courtney’s house and having a conversation with Courtney and Kholoy.
“Like Scott, ‘What’s up for Thanksgiving? Obviously, I’m not invited,’ and immediately it’s hostile,” he explains.
Kendall lamented: “He’s talking through me the whole time, and I think, ‘I don’t do that.’
“I’ve fallen into a toxic relationship enough, I can’t stand it anymore. I’ve stopped,” Kendall insisted.
“So I get up and I think, ‘I’m out of here,'” he explained.
Kendall continued: “At the end of the day, this isn’t really my place, it’s about me [those] Two. “
“He was hunting himself,” Kendall explained to the confessional camera.
“He’s a villain to me and everyone else, for whom I have no ill intentions,” he noted.
“And I love him and always want him around,” Kendall insisted, “so it warns me.”
Courtney didn’t seem too “present” because people insisted helplessly to say “pay attention” to the conversation.
“I don’t have the energy for that,” Scott admitted to the play after he flipped abruptly through his phone.
“My head is on a different planet and I feel like I’m living a different life,” Courtney explained. “I am unsubscribing from this drama.”
Kholo did not meet his elder sister’s eyes.
“I told you earlier this week! We think you need to talk to Scott and set some real boundaries because everyone else is in the middle,” he reminded her.
“I think you should say, ‘Hey, go ahead, stop talking to my family about things,'” Kholo suggested.
Kholo advised Scott to tell Courtney: “‘You ask me if I’m comfortable, stop putting everyone else in the middle.’ Done. “
He added: “You’re supposed to be the boss here.”
Kholo then admitted: “She is not leaving [Kourtney]Because he knows he can’t get out of it. “
“So he will go [Kendall]At least belligerent, “Khalo explained.
“But it is so wounded that he will hunt you down,” he warned.
Khalo reveals: “It’s really F-King rude.”