Keeping Up With The Kardashians Klip: Did Kourtney Kill Kendall’s Fish?
Last week, Keeping Up With The Kardashians showed fans a moment of dramatic irony as Khloe praised Jordyn Woods.
But there have been much more serious moments on the show, including the raging fire that sent Kourtney and her kids fleeing to Kendall’s house.
Now, Kourtney worries that she has overstayed her welcome. Her worries increase when Larsa accuses her of killing Kendall’s fish.
In a Keeping Up With The Kardashians clip shared earlier this week, Kendall was complaining to Kris that Kourtney had overstayed her welcome.
In this new sneak peek, Kourtney is telling bestie Larsa Pippen that she’s ready to go home.
So much was devastated by the Woolsey fire, but Kourtney’s home survived.
And, thanks to her virtually unlimited resources, she was able to have professionals purge all traces of smoke.
She says that even the ceilings were scrubbed of smoke residue (the neighborhood was cloaked in smoke) and she had all of her vents replaced.
Kourtney also reveals to Larsa that she has picked up on the fact that Kendall is ready for her to skidaddle.
“Wait,” she tells Larsa. “The other day Kendall…she’s like, ‘There’s no more vegetable oil,'”
“And,” Kourtney continues. “I’m like, ‘Vegetable oil? We don’t even use vegetable oil.'”
“I asked everyone: ‘have you seen the vegetable oil?'” Kourtney shares.
Kourtney says that she then realized that it must have been used up during a family dinner.
She notes that Kris, Kim, Kanye, and others came over, and that a professional chef cooked for them all.
“I go: ‘This is not me!'” Kourtney says, lifting her gigantic mug of what looks like green tea.
“But,” Larsa asks. “You haven’t bought the mattress, yet? That Reign peed on?”
(Side note: we know that Reign is only four, but they don’t need to be telling his embarrassing business to the world like that)
“No,” Kourtney answers quickly.
Considering Kourtney’s financial resources, that doesn’t sound super courteous of her.
“Do you think she’s going to [want to replace the mattress]?” Kourntey asks.
Smiling, Larsa replies: “One thousand percent.”
“When she finds out Reign peed on that bed,” Larsa predicts. “She needs a new mattress.”
Kendall is the only one of Kris’ children relatable enough to not have children.
Parents (and older siblings roped into childcare because they have no choices in life) can become desensitized to urine.
Kendall would very understandably prefer to just get herself a brand new mattress, Larsa imagines.
There is an undercurrent of tension as Kourtney realizes that Kendall is going to be further irritated with her continued presence in her house.
“No,” she says. “But in the beginning, she was really excited for me to stay.”
Kourtney notes that Kendall had told her that she “hated being alone,” which sounds like what you’d say to push your sister to not die in a fire.
“You know what they say?” Larsa says, sharing some wisdom. “Guests are like fish: Good for about 3-4 days. Then, they start to smell.”
The topic of fish leads Kourtney to point out Kendall’s pet fish, who doesn’t appear to be doing so well.
“Why is it upside down?” Larsa asks of the fish in the fish bowl. “It’s almost dead.”
She then encourages Kourtney to “give it mouth to mouth.”
Pro tip: that is not how you save the life of a fish.
Larsa then teases Kourtney: “You killed the f–king fish too?”
We can only imagine how Kendall will react.