All this time on their trip to Greece, the Kardashians were worried that Kris Jenner and Brody Jenner wouldn't get along...but it ended up being Kendall Jenner who provided all the drama!

Kendall had told Bruce Jenner how excited she was for the trip, especially since she had never been on vacation with her older brothers before. But when the family started doing activities without her, Kendall started feeling left out.

Poor Kendall was left alone at the hotel while Brody and the rest of the family went out ATV-ing, and she even missed out on the fish pedicures!

"I might as well not be on this trip," Kendall said at dinner. "I haven't been included in one thing this entire day."

The family assured her that nobody meant to leave her behind, and chalked it up to Kendall's quiet nature. "I'm not as outspoken as my family," Kendall countered, "but that doesn't give them any right to act like I'm not there."

Khloé Kardashian Odom tried to patch things up (as she often does), but found Kendall in tears. "I don't want to film this," she said, and sobbed as she told Khloé how disappointed she was that she wasn't getting quality time with her brothers.

Khloé had to leave, so she turned things over to Brody, who did what any good big brother would do...he took Kendall out ATV-ing, just the two of them!

Meanwhile, Kourtney Kardashian had been worried that Scott Disick wouldn't show up for the vacation, but the lord arrived just in time for a romantic getaway with his baby mama on Santorini. Even better, he got along with the whole family as well!

The Greece trip might be over, but there's still some potential drama down the road: Brody and Brandon Jenner want to put a putting green in the backyard for Bruce, but they know Kris will be will that one turn out?

Tune in next Sunday at 9/8c for another new episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians and find out!

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