Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker’s current relationship was not a focus at all during the sixth episode of Keeping up with the Kardashians’ final season, but Kourtney’s love life was certainly in focus.

Trevor, a hunky lifeguard, was introduced in this episode. The Kardashians and Jenners gawked over this new lifeguard, one hired to watch their pack of children. No children were present as they watched him guard an empty pool.

This transitioned into the story of Kourtney K and Scott Disick. Scott didn’t like watching his ex flirt with the new lifeguard. He went on to reveal that he is still in love with Kourtney and the couple have agreed to get back together in the future.

During a family dinner, Scott said that he loves Kourtney and would marry her on the spot. Kourtney then said that Scott needs to “work on himself” before they get back together.


In a confessional, Kourtney said that she and Scott have discussed reuniting many times. They apparently share a “private understanding” of the changes he needs to make for that reunion to happen.

Kourtney said that she thinks Scott is “handsome, smart, and funny,” but her anxiety over the past is holding her back from committing again. The two eventually had a private conversation where Scott said that since Kourtney became single he wakes up “with no real problems.” He also added that he loves her and wants her to make the final call on them getting back together, because she “never closed the door” on their relationship.

Scott Disick apparently knows what he needs to do in order to win Kourtney Kardashian back. This entire situation seems to be a moot point right now as Kourtney and her Blink-182 drummer boyfriend seem to be very happy.

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