A week ago, we showed you a Flip It Like Disick sneak peek of Scott having a heart-to-heart with Kourtney Kardashian.
On the most recent episode, we saw the context -- Scott is using his new passion for real estate to build his kids an unbeliavable playhouse.
Will the six-figure structure be enough to please his three kids? Take a look.
The first season of Flip It Like Disick premiered on E! about 10 days ago, on August 4.
The humorously titled series is about Scott buying multimillion dollar homes and then flipping them so that they sell for eve
(That's smart -- it's right up his alley and, these days, the rich are almost the only ones who can buy homes)
But this project is a little smaller and a lot more personal.
Scott wants to make up for lost time with his kids by being a superdad -- and building them a playhouse that will be the envy of the world.
Scott explained that he was inspired by a structure he saw in Forbes that was in Mexico.
He loved how the architect had blended many different types of wood into a single, modern structure.
Scott's aim was to do the same for his kids in an outdoor, backyard structure that would serve as an opulent playhouse for them.
This isn't some treehouse -- it has its own lighting and windows.
It's exactly the kind of extravagant treat that you'd expect from a millionaire dad who's trying to make up for past mistakes.
Scott spoke during the episode about his role as a parent.
"Now that it’s part of life and they want me to be there, I’m happy to be there," Scott stated frankly.
He admitted: "I never thought I would have kids at such an early age."
"And," he confessed. "It was really difficult at first."
"I didn’t know how to be a dad," Scott assessed. "How to take care of kids and be there for them."
Clearly, he now feels more confident.
The results of the playhouse project were exactly as Scott had hoped to see.
"Everything came out great," Scott beamed during the episode.
"The ipe wood is perfect," he gushed.
(Real talk, most adults aren't even going to notice stuff like that, so it may be a little lost on his kids)
"The recess lighting over the little windows the loft space is really cool," Scott gushed. "Honestly, it’s pretty amazing altogether."
He's not wrong! With a pricetag of $100,000, it's no surprise that it meets and exceeds expectations.
At the risk of sounding nitpicky, Reign is only four years old, and that loft is very high and does not seem to have any sort of safety rail.
Mason and probably Penelope can go up there without issue. It could be a safety hazard for Reign.
(Child safety is no joke, folks)
Aside from that, though, this looks like the stuff of dreams.
We hope that there's a lock in it. There are plenty of people who would love to seek shelter in a "house" like this for a few days.