Family Feud! Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick's rocky co-parenting relationship hit a new low when the "Lord" introduced his much-younger girlfriend to their children !
A crying Kourtney, 39, told Kim Kardashian, 37, that she was devastated that Disick, 35, introduced Sofia, 20, to their kids even after they discussed the situation with their therapist and agreed to wait.
"You know, I think it's just more of a principle thing. That they made this rule and they've been going to this co-parenting therapy together," Kim, 37, said about the situation, telling her grandmother MJ all about Kourtney's pain.
"I definitely want to be there to support Kourtney and Scott, but it's just kind of their thing and I don't get involved," she added.
Kim—who apparently had not gotten over her Christmas photoshoot catfight with Kourtney—admitted she actually wasn't on her sister's side.
"I kind of agree with Scott on this one," she admitted. "But it's Kourtney, she's got to be difficult."
Scott called family matriarch Kris Jenner to ask her advice after admitting that he had introduced Richie to the children.
"Last night when we got home, the kids were there, so of course they met my girlfriend," he said.
"Kourtney goes, 'You're a f***ing joke! You don't care. We discussed with the therapist that we were going to wait.' I said, 'We discussed with the therapist that we were going to wait until after the new year and after the holiday!'"
Even Kourtney's momager wasn't on her side, telling Scott that she was being unfair, since she had already introduced the kids to her boyfriend, Younes Bendjima.
"I don't understand why she can introduce her boyfriend to the kids but you can't introduce your girlfriend ," Kris, 62, said. "She's my daughter and I don't want to go against her, but I see your point, too. So I would just ask, 'Why isn't it mutual?'"
"You know her. She never has any reason," said Kourtney's baby daddy. "She does whatever the f**k she wants."
Still, Kourtney was not happy with her little ones meeting Scott's model girlfriend.
"The thought of my kids being introduced to another woman and having somebody in their lives, I think it's hard for me and hard for them," she admitted.
"There's a lot going on for them and I know that it can be confusing. It makes me upset, especially because we sat in front of a therapist, we said what we thought was best for the kids. We felt like a lot of changes have been made lately and that this wasn't the best time," added Kourtney.
After therapy, Kourtney and Scott's fiery fight continued.
"It's called giving someone a heads up and having a respectful conversation, giving someone the respect," she told him about introducing Sofia to their kids.
"I make sacrifices all the time and you're not following through with the things you say you're going to do. Then you just go and do whatever you want, and I'm not okay with it," she said.
Scott fought back: "Do you think you're difficult, or no? Do you think you're overly controlling? Do you think there's any chance you could ever be in denial about anything? I think you expect a lot from a lot of people. But not always can your expectations always be met, even though people are trying their hardest to please you."
Taking a cheap shot, he then added that he wasn't alone in his feelings.
"I will bet you one billion dollars there's not a human being that you know that won't go with what exactly I just said," Scott said.
"Your own family! Anybody! There's not one person. So, you're in denial. You want to tell your therapist this, be my guest."
But mama bear Kourtney wasn't letting up.
"We have rules," she told her baby daddy. "Kids need rules. It's not hard, it's not complicated."
And Scott continued to fight back. "It's not, you're right. But you're out of your mind if you think I'm wrong," he said.
When Kourtney finally calmed down, she confessed that Scott knew exactly how to play her.
"Scott knows that it gets to me when he calls me controlling because he knows that's how I had to be in our relationship. But me being controlling or not being controlling, it has nothing to do with what's going on here," she said. "He just tries to get everyone on his side and play the victim. But it's really not fair."
Scott then went back to Kris, who finally defended her daughter.
"Being a mom is the biggest job of your life. It's the hardest thing you'll ever do and it's the most important thing you'll ever do. So, her response and her reaction, although it was not what you would have loved, you just have to remember that it's hard on everybody," she said.
Feeling sympathetic, Kris recalled her own difficulty with an ex.
"It took me five years after I got divorced to get to a place where everybody was really settled and cool," she said.
After their conversation, Scott swallowed his ego and apologized to Kourtney.
"I did see his side a little bit," she confessed. "Because I said, 'I feel like you're doing things selfishly.' And he said, 'I'm doing things for myself, but also because it makes me happy and I'm putting that onto the kids. I don't want to lie to them and I don't want them to think that I'm not being truthful about certain things.'"
Clearly, the therapy had a huge effect on Kourtney.
"I'm not trying to control the situation. That's just me being an involved mother. Ultimately, we're going to have disagreements, but I think we do a really amazing job of getting along and working together and trying to do our best to really just put the kids first," she said.
He flew into L.A. to be a part of the show but was almost bumped for grandma MJ. Ultimately, Steve Harvey solved the problem, getting another mike for Jonathan, 44, who joined the Kardashian team against Kim and Kanye West's team.
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