The plan was orchestrated in an attempt to get Scott out of his lingering funk.
"My mom and I decided that we wanted to try to prevent any more of our family members from being stuck in a sad, dark place," Khloe said in a solo-interview. "So why not show Scott his old Lord swag and see if he misses it the way we miss the lord."
Kris even presented Scott with his old Lord Disick flag -- a red banner with a white 'LD' emblem -- which the 33-year-old
immediately wrapped himself in like a cape.
"I never knew you guys wanted the Lord back so bad," Scott said, smiling. "I actually thought the Lord was a bit on the obnoxious side."
However, it was clear that he was ultimately "more than happy" to bring the alter-ego back.
After a while, though, Khloe had gotten her fill of the self-aggrandizing Scott and teamed up with her sister, Kim, to present Scott with a new royal title.
The sisters presented him with a fancy new coat of arms, along with the title of Duke, in an attempt to get him to drop the Lord persona. But in pure, regal fashion, Scott chose to stick with what he's come to love.
"I'm throwing Duke way out of the water -- I'm not a Duke. I'll stay The Lord," Scott said. "I want to say, from the deepest bottom of my heart, thank you for bringing the Lord back. It feels so good!"
Meanwhile, the new episode also chronicled the drama between Rob Kardashian, his sisters, and his fiancé, Blac Chyna. As the family headed down to San Diego to celebrate Rob's grandmother's birthday, the 29-year-old reality star went M.I.A.,
leaving Chyna to join the family for the birthday dinner by herself.