- Kourtney Kardashian said that she and Travis Barker were “annoyed” with how they were edited on her show.
- She said that producers were “swirling us in” with drama involving her ex Scott Disick.
- Kardashian’s engagement episode featured a conversation between the sisters about Disick’s feelings.
Kourtney Kardashian expressed her dissatisfaction with the editing of her engagement episode on “The Kardashians,” saying that she and her husband Travis Barker were “annoyed.”
In episode nine of “The Kardashians,” Kardashian told her friend Steph Shepherd that while she and Barker had fun filming, they were disappointed when they watched the edit of the episode.
“We like film and have the best time ever, and then we’ve been watching the edits and we’re just so annoyed because they’re like swirling us in with this drama,” Kardashian said in the episode, responding affirmatively when Shepherd asked if she was referring to her ex Scott Disick.
Episode four of “The Kardashians” focused on Kardashian’s engagement to Travis Barker, which the couple announced on Instagram in October 2021. It featured a conversation between Kardashian and her sisters the night of the engagement about the fact that Kardashian’s three children with Disick — Mason , Penelope, and Reign — were not included in the event, as well as considerations about Disick’s feelings as well.
“I’m sensitive to him and his feelings, and I communicate with him about the kids and I make sure that he’s good,” Kardashian said in a confessional in episode four. “But beyond that, I just got engaged and I want to like, be happy and be in the moment, and I just don’t think that this moment is about Scott.”
Disick has frequently appeared in season one of “The Kardashians,” frequently expressing concerns that he wasn’t being invited to family events on account of Kardashian and Barker’s relationship. Disick and Kardashian broke up in 2015 and continue to co-parent their children amid Kardashian’s relationship with Barker, whom she married in May.
Kardashian said in episode nine that she didn’t even remember the conversation about Disick the night of her engagement until she saw the cut of the episode, saying that it was “time for our show to catch up” to her current life and happiness.
“It’s enabling this old narrative and buying into something that just doesn’t really exist,” Kardashian said. “It should be an empowering episode about me getting out of toxic relationships and really having this fairytale love story that is my reality.”