The drama is real! Momager Kris Jenner reportedly wants to use the building tension between Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick for a new Keeping Up With the Kardashian's spin-off series. According to Radar Online, "Kris thinks it would great to shoot them in therapy together, butting heads over the kids, and spending alone time with their current partners…Even [though] they're no longer a couple, there's still lots of contact between Kourtney and Scott, and drama."

Kourt is currently dating 24-year-old model, Younes Bendjima, while Scott is going strong with 19-year-old Sofia Richie. And while Kourtney and Scott continue to co-parent their three kids together — Mason, 8, Penelope, 5, and Reign, 3 — the pair have had their fair share of disagreements when it comes to their new relationships.

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Hollywood Life recently reported that Kourtney was "furious" after Scott took the kids on a spring break getaway to Mexico with Sofia. The source said, "Kourtney and Scott had a major blowout fight…Kourtney thinks it is entirely inappropriate for Scott to take the kids on international trips with his too-young girlfriend."

The source continued, "It is one thing for them to go out to dinner in Beverly Hills for the evening, but Kourtney was furious when she found out their plans to leave the country for days on end, to a place where Scott is notorious for getting out of control. Despite Kourtney's disapproval over the trip, Scott took the kids along with Sofia anyway." Insiders told Radar Online that Sofia doesn't care what Kourt thinks!

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Although Kris has yet to confirm the spin-off series news, the idea isn't too far-fetched. She's notorious for grilling her six kids — along with Scott — about their relationships on camera. Most recently, on an episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, she wouldn't let up until Scott answered her questions about his romance with Sofia. She asked him, "What's going on? Are you dating? Are you dating one person? Just one?" before he answered coyly, "Yeah. It's something new."