Kylie Jenner's Latest Post Will Give You Keeping Up With the Kardashians Nostalgia

Kylie Jenner's latest Instagram post pays tribute to an iconic moment between sister Kendall Jenner and mom Kris Jenner.

By Kaitlin Reilly Feb 25, 2021 12:36 AMTags

Kylie Jenner just paid tribute to an iconic moment from Keeping Up With the Kardashians, just weeks before the show launches its final season. 

On Feb. 24, the reality star posted a photo of herself to Instagram in which she is rocking high-waisted white pants. The caption—which should be familiar to any KUWTK fan—reads, "You're cute jeans." 

It's a nod to the famous (and puzzling) interaction between Kris Jenner and Kendall Jenner, from a 2017 season 13 episode of the family's reality show. 

In the episode, Kendall and Kris are lounging outside when Kris tells her daughter, "Those are cute jeans." Kendall blithely responds with, "You're cute jeans." Kris, confused, asks, "Those are mine?"

The model, now irritated, says no, to which Kris asks for clarification on why Kendall said "your cute jeans." Kendall then reiterates "You are cute jeans." The momager, however, never quite gets what her daughter means, and it ends with her still confused. It's perfect television dialogue, honestly—you couldn't script a more comedic misunderstanding. 

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Fans in Kylie's comments loved the reference, quoting a confused Kris from the episode by writing "those are my jeans?" 

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This isn't the only time Kylie has honored the classic KUWTK moment. Last April, the makeup mogul took to TikTok to recreate the scene with her bestie Stassie Karanikolaou playing the role of Kendall. 

She also took to the app to recreate another throwback scene, in which sister Kourtney Kardashian has a tiff with ex-partner Scott Disick. This time, it was Kris playing Scott, and Kylie as the Poosh founder.

"So, are we cool? Like, are we in agreement?" Scott asks during the scene, to which Kourtney answers back, "ABCDEFG." She explains to him, "It's just a phrase I like to use. It means the conversation is over."

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