The KarJenners Try To Salvage The Family & Their TV Empire During Contentious Wyoming Therapy Trip: ‘I Can Be So Mean’ – Perez Hilton


Kris Jenner is trying to keep the family — and the reality TV empire — together, but will her tactics work?!

In a brand new teaser for this week’s upcoming episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians (which you can watch, above), the momager sets up a Wyoming vacation with her longtime beau Corey Gamble, as well as embattled daughters Kourtney Kardashian, Kim Kardashian West, Khloé Kardashian, and Kendall Jenner. And from the start, the tension is REAL…

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While on their way to an outdoor activity in the city of Jackson Hole, the 64-year-old matriarch addresses the gaggle of her girls inside the van, offering up the opportunity for a little roadside therapy. Ordering the four to do a little familial bonding, Kris says:

“I want each one of you to pick one person sitting here and tell them what’s the one thing you’d love to focus on strengthening in your relationship. What we’re gonna do is build the communication. Khloé, is there somebody on the bus that you’d like to strengthen with?”

Suddenly put on the spot like that, True Thompson‘s mom (unsurprisingly) turns to her eldest sister, noting how she and 40-year-old Kourtney haven’t always on the same page about business or life.

Khloé confesses:

“I feel like Kourtney and I sometimes fizzle. So, I think I would love to get us back on course and maybe not be so reactive. For myself.”

It’s an interesting call-out, in light of all the family drama surrounding Kourtney’s business decisions of late.

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