In the clip, Caitlyn and Kourtney's ex, Scott Disick, have a heart-to-heart conversation on how men view her transition.
Scott shared with Caitlyn, "I definitely think it's a lot different for me than a buddy, because of the sense that you've been in my life a long time. You're part of my kids' lives. To be honest, I don’t know if every man in the world is going to be as comfortable as I am."
The topic led Caitlyn to chat about Kris' insensitive comments during her interview with Diane Sawyer in June. She said, "Kris... idiot Humphries tweets, 'Thank God I got out of that family in time,' and just got absolutely ripped, just ripped. To the point that four hours later, he had to apologize."
Scott comforted Caitlyn about the criticism, saying, "Anyone who's worth being in your life will understand and will work at the relationship."
Not only is Caitlyn facing criticism about her transition, she is also dealing with a possible misdemeanor manslaughter charge, stemming from a car accident in February.
The L.A. Country Sheriff's Department is shutting down rumors that the agency suggested that Caitlyn should be prosecuted for vehicular manslaughter. In their 161-page report, the department concluded that Jenner violated the law by driving at a speed that was not safe under the rainy and wet conditions.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff said in a statement, "The District Attorney's Office will determine what, if any, charges will be filed in this case, or if there will be a request for further investigation.”