Scott Disick has been plagued with issues after his split from Kourtney Kardashian July last year. On Sunday, the 32-year-old self-proclaimed Lord threatened suicide on the most-recent episode of the "Keeping Up With The Kardashians."

In the January 17 episode, Kim Kardashian received a call from sister Khloe Kardashian and told the mom of two that Scott sent her a "scary" message that says he can't take it anymore. The wife of Kanye West said in the confessional that her 31-year-old sister tried to call Kourtney Kardashian but "she was on a flight back to Montana."

While Kim, Kylie Jenner and Kris Jenner are listening, Khloe asked Scott if he took in anything at the time. The conversation between Khloe and Scott was not clear that Kim told her younger sister to call the police.

"Okay, I can't understand you. You need to talk a little clear, okay?" Khloe told Scott who was heard crying and saying "my life is officially over" on the line. Kris then suggested them to call the police.

Meanwhile, Khloe said she does not really care if she dies when Kris told her to undergo genetic testing for cancer. The Kardashian-Jenner clan matriarch asked her kids to get the said test to determine their risk for cancer. "I don't really care. Fact: I'm going to die. You're going to die. We're all going to die."

The estranged wife of Lamar Odom explained that she did not want to live her life in fear of cancer.  Fortunately, Dr. Paul Nasiff told them that they are all BRCA-negative which means they are less likely to get breast cancer.

Though the popular sisters were declared to less likely to get cancer, one of them is quite unhappy with her relationship with their father. Kendall Jenner admitted that she is struggling to make a connection with Caitlyn Jenner and revealed that she missed their "boyish time together."

"I definitely miss the connection that my dad and I used to have," the 20-year-old Victoria's Secret model explained. "He was kinda the reason I was a tomboy."