It's no secret that there have been times when pretty much every member of the Kardashian family has disliked Scott Disick.
Oprah Winfrey sat down with Scott and Kourtney Kardashian (who's pregnant with the couple's second child) for last Sunday's episode of her Next Chapter series on OWN. She wanted to know why Scott didn't quite fit in with reality's TV's famous family.
"Years ago, I did a show specifically about the black sheep of the family," she said. "Somebody said something I never forgot, they said, 'The person who is the black sheep is usually the person who is the most sensitive, who absorbs all of the other family members' energy.'"
What did Scott, who admittedly has some argumentative tendencies, think about this black sheep theory as it applies to him?
"That couldn't be more true," he said. "I mean, I've never actually looked at it like that, but when you say it, it seems much more sensible."
"I would say that's true," Kourtney agreed.
"I am an only child," Scott added. "You know, I like to put up a wall or a front making pretend I'm more confident or more than what I am, but I am insecure about a lot of things. You know, it is tough being in a big family—especially being from a family where it was just me. So yeah, I take things pretty hard, and I am sensitive where people would never imagine that I am."
Oprah goes on to ask Scott if his "jerkiness" and "the behavior that is perceived as being rather rude" is really just his "insecurity."
Dun-dun-dun! Scott's answer and the rest of Oprah's interview with the Kardashians airs on Sunday. Tune in to an all-new episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians on Sunday at 9 p.m.