Kim Kardashian Knew Everyone Would Hate Her For Calling Kourtney "The Least Interesting To Look At"

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After all the Tristan Thompson hubbub, that brutal "least interesting" comment from Kim Kardashian, uttered in the season 15 premiere of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, seems like a distant memory. Why did we make such a mountain out of such a quotable molehill? Still, the quote lingered — mostly because it's a hilarious yet brutal quote. In a promo clip for an upcoming episode of the series, Kim Kardashian set the record straight. Or, at least she tried to do so.
"What I meant is you're the most boring," Kim tells Kourtney in the clip. They're discussing the reaction to that episode, which Kim says should have been expected.
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"People think that is like, I said, 'Kill your mom,'" Kim says, adding, "I knew they would do this to me. I knew it would happen."
Kim later reconciled with Kourtney, posting a photo of the two of them together on Instagram with the caption: "I lied. She really is the most interesting to look at."
Of course, looking interesting isn't the only currency in Kardashian-world. At the end of the clip, Kourtney argues that she carries the show with her personality — she's funny, which keeps KUWTK alive. Please feel free to debate among yourselves.
Watch the full clip, below.

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