'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' Recap: Kourtney & Scott Have a Super Weird Way of Keeping Love Alive

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Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick have never been what you'd call the most traditional couple on the planet. 


This week on Keeping Up With The Kardashians they revealed the weird way they keep their spark alive. Spoiler alert: It does not involve a sex dungeon nor does it involve any games wherein she calls him "the lord" for prolonged periods of time. I mean, not that we know about at any rate. If that sort of stuff was going to be on T.V. it's fair to say that it wouldn't be on E! It would have to be Cinemax, right? Fun fact, once my mom was on the phone with the cable company and I told her she didn't need Cinemax. She proceeds to yell at the rep on the phone "my daughter says it's just pornography." Awesome. Thanks mom. Thumbs up all around. Last time I make Skinemax pun, I tell you what. 

Khloe and Kim Kardashian were on the case (as is their wont) trying to get to the bottom of Scott's allegedly "shady" business dealings. They seem to think he's trading in stolen cars. Let me go ahead and call hooey on this one. Scott is not stupid. You think he's gonna run a stolen car racket and let details of his transactions air on cable T.V.? I think not. The girls were like dogs with bones or me with a glass of nicely chilled pinot grigio -- they were NOT putting that noise down. 

Scott didn't help matters by being exceptionally coy about things. For most of the episode I couldn't fathom why he wouldn't just open his trap and explain what was going on. It turns out that Scott was guilty of nothing more than the crime of being a legitimate business owner. That's right, Scott owns a car dealership. The reason he was being so tight-lipped? Not sharing every day details about work life is how he and Kourtney keep their relationship poppin'. This is exceptionally strange to me - but hey, if it works for them, who am I to judge?

What weird things do you do to keep love alive?


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