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‘KUWTK’ Recap: Kylie Jenner Feels Like A Failure

Mon, September 3, 2012 10:02am EDT by Chloe Melas 23 Comments
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On the Sept. 2 episode of ‘KUWTK’ Kendall and Kylie tell their parents that they want to be homeschooled — read on to find out the shocking thing that happened!

Kris Jenner really needs to be careful because she a bit too much of a momager! On the Sept. 2 episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, Kylie and Kendall Jenner tell Kris that they want to get out of “normal” school! Plus, Kim Kardashian breaks down and cries during a family therapy session.

The latest episode of the Kardashians was absolutely overwhelming. There were tears from everyone and it appears the family is at odds. During a family therapy session, Kim and the family have a heart-to-heart. But during this session, everyone makes a bunch of shocking admissions.

First off, Rob feels like he can’t please anyone and he’ll never get a job.

“My anger, a lot of it, stems from the working environment, because they all put this cloud on me like I’m a loser. I don’t say anything [in response] because I don’t believe it. Whenever there is a business opportunity, my mom obviously only cares about the three girls.”

Then Kim can’t truly admit that she is favored over all the siblings, and she breaks down crying. Then Khloe can’t believe that Kim doesn’t remember that she worked at their dad, Robert Kardashian’s, office.

But things really take a turn when Kylie and Kendall beg their parents to be taken out of school and put into homeschool. Kris believes that having them have a “real” high school experience will be the best bet, but shouldn’t she listen to her kids to an extent?

The entire episode was just emotional overload! Don’t forget to tune in next week for another round of drama!

— Chloe Melas

More Kardashian News:

  1. Rob Kardashian Blasts Kim: She ‘Is So Selfish’
  2. ‘Oprah’s Next Chapter’ Recap: Kim Kardashian Wants To Marry Kanye West
  3. ‘KUWTK’: Rob Kardashian Cries During His Family Intervention