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Why Scott Disick Isn’t Watching ‘The Kardashians’


Truly thought we, as a society, had reached peak Kravis Being Horny™ when they wouldn’t stop touching tongues on the red carpet, but the arrival of The Kardashians on Hulu has taken things to a new level of thirst. Travis Barker and Kourtney Kardashian can barely get through a scene together without making out in front of unsuspecting people (someone pls do a wellness check on their realtor), including Scott Disick.

And apparently Scott has 0/10 interest in watching the show because reliving all of Trav and Kourt’s makeout sessions is simply too much for him. As you can tell by his face during their PDA moment at Kris’ bday:

“Of course it’s awkward for Scott,” a source recently told Us Weekly. “He doesn’t take the time to watch the full episodes and why should he? He doesn’t need to. That’s the last thing he wants to do — relive the awkward moments of him, Travis and Kourtney. He lived through it already.”

I mean fair! But the source also had this somewhat 👀 comment to add: “He showed up and gave the cameras what they wanted, and at the end of the day, he’s getting a nice paycheck.”

We saw exactly how awk the vibes were between Scott and Kravis during Kris’s party, and apparently nothing’s really changed. “He turns away any time he’s around them and they’re making out,” the source says. “It’s embarrassing and Travis and Kourtney act like no one’s in the room whenever they’re together. Scott’s all about PDA but would never put any of his exes in such an awkward position.”

Pretty sure he’s put Kourt in many awkward positions over the years, but k.

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