Last week, we got a little hint of what was to come on Keeping Up With The Kardashians, with Scott Disick calling Kourtney crazy.
In this new clip, teasing Sunday's episode, we see a lot more about Scott's clash with Kourt.
Scott introduced their children to his then-teenage girlfriend Sofia Richie, and Kourtney was not having it.
In real time, Scott Disick and Sofia Richie are roommates. Back when these episodes of KUWTK were being filmed, however, Scott had just introduced her to his kids.
It was … contentious. But his on-camera conversation with Kourtney about it starts off being just awkward.
"How do you feel like today went?" Scott asks.
"It's, like, hard to communicate, in that way," Kourtney says, grinning at what an odd sentence she's constructed even as the words leave her mouth.
"What? Normal?" Scott replies.
"You were pretty annoying for a little bit," Scott admits.
"Why?" Kourtney asks.
"It was really sweet when you told me that you allow me to be friends with your family," Scott informs Kourtney.
Just for the record, folks, it's normal and even healthy to set boundaries between your family and your ex. Clearly, Scott does not think so.
"I'm saying," Kourtney tries to clarify. "Be appreciative of what you have."
"Hey, you don't think I'm extremely appreciative?" Scott asks.
"Not when you just do whatever you want," Kourtney explains.
"What's whatever I want?" Scott asks. "Live my life the exact same way you're living it?"
"It's called giving someone a heads up," Kourtney explains. "And having a respectful conversation. Giving someone the respect."
In this case, given the context, it seems clear that she means that she would have loved a little notice before he introduced their children to his teenage girlfriend.
"Sometimes," Scott says, mustering a defense. "You want to do certain things, or you map out certain things, but they don't always go as planned."
"Yeah," Kourtney acknowledges. "But that could also just be an excuse."
"I make sacrifices all the time," Kourtney says. "And you're not following through with the things you say you're gonna do."
"You just go and do what you want," Kourtney accuses. "And I'm not okay with it."
Scott, who had just spent that past several months reportedly binge drinking and banging a series of teen models, then tries to deflect to Kourtney's own shortcomings.
"Do you think you're difficult or no? Do you think you're overly controlling?"
Kourtney says no to both, but then acknowledges that "I did have to be with you, in our relationship."
This is a complicated situation. Sooner or later, the kids had to meet Sofia. But it's fair that Kourtney would have liked a heads up, you know?
Scott sort of warms up during the conversation. He's a handsome guy and he's also funny, so he is accustomed to charming people in order to win arguments.
That no longer works on Kourtney, and you can almost see the frustration in Scott's eyes.
Even so, Kourtney has been adopting a villainous role in recent episodes.
It will be interesting to see where Sunday's arc takes her.