Even though Kourtney Kardashian's business isn't really taking off, Scott Disick's new reality show is catching attention.
Kourt guest stars in a clip that we have included, where she and Scott discuss how much he's changed into a better father.
But Kourtney isn't afraid to tell it like it is: Scott really didn't appreciate what he had until he lost it all.
Scott Disick is currently in the business of buying multimillion dollar homes, renovating them, and then selling them for even more millions.
It's all on camera, of course -- on a show called Flip It Like Disick. Honestly? That's a great show name.
In this clip, Kourtney and Scott sit around chatting and reflecting upon Scott's growth as a person.
"Years ago, I don't know that I would have been motivated to, like, do all these things for the kids, build houses for them," Scott admits.
"I was just so insecure that everybody would look at me like I’m not cool or young anymore," he adds. "Now, I couldn’t be happier."
"I'll be honest, I couldn't have imagined driving the kids to school and stuff," Scott notes.
This is clearly not news to Kourtney at all.
She points out: "You told me all the time you weren’t the soccer dad."
"Now that it’s part of life and they want me to be there," Scott affirms. "I’m happy to be there."
That's good to hear. All parents should have that attitude.
Scott then speaks to the confessional camera.
"I never thought I would have kids at such an early age," he confesses. "But I did."
Scott is 36. Mason will be 10 years old this December. But a lot of people do consider mid-twenties to be young to have children.
"And it's been a real blessing," Scott emphasizes. "Because I get to be kind of a cool dad now."
That counts for a lot more than people might think.
"It was really, really, really difficult at first,” Scott says, being extremely honest.
“I did not know how to be a dad," he admits.
Scott did not know "how to take care of kids and how to be there for them."
"And I feel pretty confident that I’m able to now," he shares. "And it’s great."
You know, it's good that he got there, even if it's about a decade after becoming a father.
Kourtney is fully prepared to read Scott.
"You didn’t really appreciate what you had," she correctly points out.
She's talking about her and what should have been their domestic bliss.
"And," Kourt points out. "You were also depressed and there was other things going on."
“You’ve definitely come a long way," she expresses. "I’m very proud of you."
That's not the grand confession of love or regret or "take me back" that some longtime shippers might like to hear.
But it's a good, intelligent conversation between exes.
What's so important for Scott and Kourtney is that they continue to be able to function as first-rate coparents.
These days, they're doing an absolutely amazing job with that.