Kris and Kylie Jenner recreate iconic ‘KUWTK’ argument

Whether you’re an avid “Keeping Up With The Kardashians (KUWTK)” viewer or have just seen one too many TikToks, odds are that you’re familiar with Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick’s “ABCDEFG” fight.

In case you’re unfamiliar, during the argument, Scott asks Kourtney if they’re “in agreement,” to which she replies, “ABCDEFG. I have to go.”


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“What the heck does ‘ABCDEFG’ mean?” Scott asks, naturally.

“It’s just a phrase I like to use. It means that the conversation is over,” Kourtney says.

On TikTok, users love to recreate this iconic argument. And on April 6, two of Kourtney’s own family members — her mom Kris and her sister Kylie — decided to join in on the fun and put on a little reenactment of their own.


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In the video, which already has more than 3 million likes — Kris takes on the role of Scott and Kylie portrays her sister Kourtney. From their hand gestures to the way they sip their drinks, both perfectly nail their portrayals — and fans seem to think so, too.

“This is iconic,” one person noted. “This is why I love this family,” another added.


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Kris and Kylie aren’t the first celebrity duo to recreate the “ABCDEFG” fight. In March, Ashley Benson and Cara Delevingne also made a TikTok mimicking the reality TV moment. Amazing.

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