Khloé Kardashian clashed with her sisters on Sunday’s episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, the first of a two-part special documenting her return home with hubby Lamar Odom from Dallas, as the couple was looking to get past Lamar’s professional woes and settle back into their familiar Southern California digs.
“I am back in L.A. and I am trying to coordinate our move back from Dallas,” Khloé said. “So, a little bit of a whirlwind! But, you know what, in my family, I feel like whirlwinds happen all the time.”
There was a hint of tension as Kim wanted Khloé and Lamar to attend the opening of (brand new dad) Scott Disick‘s New York restaurant RYU, but Khloé wanted to get re-acclimated to the West Coast and let Lamar focus on his training following his forgettable stint with the Dallas Mavericks. (Things are looking up for the veteran, who was recently traded back to L.A. with the upstart Clippers.)
“I literally just got back to L.A. and I’m being asked to go to New York for Scott’s restaurant opening,” Khloé said. “But what my family doesn’t get is I’m going through a million different emotions in my head.”
Kim wanted to throw Lamar a welcome home party as well, but Khloé nixed the idea.
“I think that’s just an ambush of people,” she said dryly.
“You put too much pressure on yourself to be everything,” Kourtney told Khloé, while Kim told her, “You’re officially an Odom.”
Khloé said in an off-screen interview, “Kim, your system hasn’t really worked, and Kourtney, you and your boyfriend don’t even sleep in the same room anymore — so, I have to do what’s best for me in my marriage.”
Kanye West makes his on-screen debut when a special episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians airs Monday on E! at 8/7c.