Pour one out for Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick, because reality TV’s fourth greatest love story (1. Ronnie and Sammi from “Jersey Shore” 2. Stephen and Kristen from “Laguna Beach” 3. Kim Kardashian and a mirror) is officially donezo.
The former couple, who are parents to Mason, 7, Penelope, 4, and Reign, 2, ended their nine-year relationship in July 2015, but have sparked reconciliation rumors ever since with a trip to Aspen and lunch dates galore.
Despite each party stepping out with new beaus in recent months, the pair have continued to beat their dead horse of a relationship for the cameras on “Keeping Up with the Kardashians.” Things came to a head on Sunday’s episode, which found the famous family confronting Scott over bringing a female companion on their trip to Costa Rica.
“There’s a level of respect and appropriateness that should just be known,” Kourtney told Scott over a tense dinner. “But, apparently it’s not. That is so disrespectful.”
“Stop playing the victim. You had your chance,” she added. “I thought we were spending our whole lives together. And I’ve done everything I can.”
Scott tried (and failed) to defend himself, blaming his poor decision-making on being a “sex addict” and his jealousy over the mother of his children allegedly moving on with a new boyfriend.
“Every night you f**king go to bed with our kids and I have to sleep alone, sad and miserable. That’s my life,” Scott explained.
Then Kim, Khloe and Kris Jenner proceeded to throw water on Scott as they left the table, leaving the soaked reality TV star to contemplate his life decisions.
Later after things calmed down, Kourtney and Scott shared a private moment at the family’s Costa Rican villa to finally put the kibosh on all hopes of reconciliation.
“I think the moral of the story is we are never getting back together,” Kourtney said as they watched their kids play in the pool.
“I think after everything that’s happened here in Costa Rica, Scott knows it’s done,” she said, “But just saying those words just lets both of us move on.”
You know what they say: all dysfunctional and semi-destructive things must come to an end.