Scott Disick officially hit rock bottom when he called Khloe Kardashian before a possible suicide attempt on this week’s emotional Keeping Up With the Kardashians.
The drama started when Kim Kardashian received a text from Kourtney Kardashian’s ex-boyfriend asking her to tell his children he loves them.
“Scott’s behavior lately is definitely erratic,” Khloe, 31, said in her confessional. “To be sending the kids text messages, ‘Tell the kids I love them.’ It does concern me.”
“Are you okay?” she asked Scott, 32, over the phone, as he responded, “I just can’t do this.”
When Khloe asked Scott if he “took anything today,” he began to cry hysterically.
That’s when Kim, 35, who was listening in on the call, told Kris Jenner, 60, to ‘call the police.’”
Scott continued, “I just can’t keep doing this without my family. I’ll never f**king meet anybody more beautiful than her. I love her, but she doesn’t love me.”
When Khloe told Scott that Kourtney does love him, but wants him to get better and love himself, Scott replied, “My life is officially over, I just want it over. I just wanted you to know.”
As Khloe continued to console Scott, Kris spoke to his friend Chris Reda, who was on his way to Scott’s New York City hotel.
Kris advised him, “If you cannot get into his room, I want you to text me and I want you to call 9-1-1 immediately.”
Scott then told Khloe how he “just can’t f**cking get it together” and “can’t f**king handle it.”
When Chris entered Scott’s room, he told Khloe before abruptly hanging up, “Tell them I love them.”
Chris was able to calm his friend down, as he later told Kris, “He was bawling crying. I’ve never seen that side of him.”
Scott’s terrifying confession wasn’t the only scare of the episode, as Kris convinced her daughters to get tested for the BRCA1 gene since breast and cervical cancer run in their family.
Although all of her daughters agreed to take the test, Khloe refused.
“I feel like you should try to get on our bandwagon and get this DNA test done,” Kris told her daughter. “The BRCA1 test will tell you if you have a genetic susceptibility to getting breast cancer.”
Khloe responded, “Mom I don’t want to, I really don’t care. I’m going to die, you’re going to die, we’re all going to die.”
Khloe explained that she refuses to take the test because she doesn’t want to “live in fear.”
“The reason I’m fighting taking this test so hard is I remember my dad’s cancer getting so much worse once it was diagnosed because it’s in your head and you’re thinking about it,” she explained in her confessional. “If I’m going to get something, I’m going to get something.”
After convincing from Kris and Kim, Khloe agreed to take the blood test. Later in the episode, all of the women leared that they tested negative for the gene.
Also on the episode, Kendall Jenner opened up about feeling distant from Caitlyn Jenner ever since her transition.
“I definitely miss the connection my dad and I used to have,” the 20-year-old said in her confessional. “He was the reason I was a tomboy. My dad and Kylie Jenner are a lot closer than they used to be and they’re bonding through things like hair and makeup.”
When Kendall revealed her feelings to her younger sister, Kylie, 18, encouraged her to talk to Caitlyn, 66.
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The supermodel told her father, “I felt like you were bonding more with Kylie because she’s more into makeup and I’m totally not.”
Caitlyn agreed to spend time with Kendall by doing more of the adventourous activities they used to.
“You know I love hanging out with you,” Caitlyn said. “We have the best time together. If you’re ever upset with something I want you to talk directly with me.”
Keeping Up With The Kardashians airs Sundays at 9pm EST on E!.