Okay, so it’s kinda weird to describe any Kardashian gal as enigmatic, but if we had to choose one, it’d be Kourtney—at least when it comes to her preference for ascot-wearing bad boys and her skittishness toward the ever-binding M-word (i.e. marriage).
On last night’s “Keeping Up with the Kardashians,” Kourt got into a major fracas with her traditional, marriage-loving Momager Kris, who was boggled that her eldest daughter refused to walk down the aisle with reformed jackhole Scott but possibly wanted to make him a baby daddy twice over.
After Kris relentlessly (and obnoxiously) put on the pressure for the odd couple to make things legal, Kourt couldn’t take it anymore and exploded with Armenian fury!
Check out the F-bomb disrespectin’ right here:
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But with no real explanation as to why her big sis was so allergic to put a ring on it, Kim actually sided with Mom on this one—and secretly, so did Scott!
“It’s funny for once, Kris and I seem to be on the same page,” he confessed to the camera. “I definitely worry that Kourtney looks at this relationship as something temporary, and I don’t know if it means she doesn’t ever want to get married—or she doesn’t ever want to get married to me.”
Fortunately, Kimmie saved the day by finally coaxing the truth out of her stubbornly reticent sister.
“Scott’s been working on himself, and he’s been doing great,” Kourt admitted. “But until I really know that he’s 100% good, I don’t want to put Mason through, like, what we went through with mom and dad’s divorce. Just going through that—it’s just a lot.”
After the 31-year-old got all that icky vulnerability off her chest, she went back to her sarcastic self. “We can be unwed sisters together forever,” she happily told Kim.
“Oh, honey, I’m not gonna stay unwed forever,” retorted Miss Bootilicious.
Oh, honey, and don’t we know it.
Catch “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” every Sunday night on E! at 10pm/ET.