Scott Disick's hard-partying lifestyle was finally too much for Kourtney Kardashian to handle on the season finale of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, as an alcohol-fueled bender forced her to end their relationship of nine years.
It was the beginning of the end for the couple when Scott extended his Las Vegas appearance by travelling to France.
"Scott has gone out of town for an appearance and has gone on a crazy bender," Kourtney explained. "He'll be amazing for three months and then he'll just go off the deep end and I don't hear from him. I don't know if it's a pattern I can continue with."
When a family member called Kim Kardashian to inform her that photos surfaced of Scott getting cozy with his ex-girlfriend Chloe Bartoli while vacationing in France, Kris Jenner bashed Scott.
"Piece of sh*t," she screamed. "It's disrespectful. I've often made excuses for Scott and it's just getting tougher and tougher."
The eldest Kardashian sister then received a phone call from Scott's friend Chris Reda.
"He said he's hysterically crying and saying, 'I love you,' and being suicidal," Kourtney told Kris and Kim after speaking with Chris.
Scott even texted Kourtney to ask if she could tell their children Mason, 5, Penelope, 3, and Reign, 9 months, "I love them and anything that ever comes up bad about me wasn't their fault."
Kourtney then explained how although she wants to call the police on Scott because of his suicidal behavior, she doesn't want him to get arrested.
Her mother admitted that it wouldn't be the worst idea for Scott, as it could be a "wake-up call to be thrown in jail with no alcohol."
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Kourtney ended their relationship only days after the scandal, as she cried to Kim, "I'm literally on the verge of a mental break down."
"I can't believe this is where my life is at right now," Kourtney added. "I've worked so hard to keep this family together — it just makes me sad for the kids."
Also on the episode, Khloe Kardashian questioned the intentions of Kris' boyfriend Corey Gamble because of their age difference. In an effort to find out his true motives, the youngest Kardashian sister took him out to dinner to discuss how serious he is about the relationship.
When she asked about marriage and kids, Corey responded, "I don't think love is measured by that piece of paper. If I don't have kids and the love is still strong … I'm cool with that."
But Corey wasn't the only person Khloe confronted on the episode, as she finally sat down with Caitlyn Jenner to find out why she slammed Kris in her interview with Vanity Fair.
Khloe explained to Caitlyn, "We don't care if you transition. We want to support you and be there for you. Let's focus on the actual cause here and let's not drag my mom through the mud."
The I Am Cait star apologized and revealed that she wishes Kris was okay with the transition earlier so she didn't have to hide her true self during their marriage.
"I really appreciate Caitlyn saying she's sorry for how the article came off and that wasn't her intention," Khloe said in her confessional. "That's a huge step in the right direction."