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Scott Disick breaking out in Kardashian TV empire

By April MacIntyre Jan 30, 2013, 22:30 GMT

Scott Disick breaking out in Kardashian TV empire

Scott Disick - 2012 Miss Universe Pageant - Arrivals - Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino - Las Vegas, NV, USA © PRN / PRPhotos.com

Thank Kim Kardashian's graphic sex_tape with Ray J. for putting this never ending spin off nightmare of mediocre rich nobodies who have huge TV deals on the map, thanks to Ryan Seacrest and people with atrocious taste in TV:

“Kourtney & Kim Take Miami” star Scott Disick, Kourtney Kardashian’s father of her two children, has made a name for himself by being in the right place at the right time.

From E!

“Lord Disick,” a moniker bestowed upon him, by him, during a fateful visit to London where he fell in love with everything royal and all the trappings that come with the title, provided the inspiration for the series.

In a series of clever webisodes called “Lord Disick: Lifestyles of a Lord,” Scott gives fans an inside look at his very lavish lifestyle and tips on how they too can live like a King. Or at least a Lord.

In this week’s episode, “A Man’s Car is his Castle,” Lord Disick gives viewers a look at the stylish fleet of cars used while he resided in Miami this season, including his over-the-top, white-on-white Rolls Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe and Kim’s sexy and overly customized Rolls Royce Ghost.

A fun, new webisode premieres every Sunday at 10:00pm ET on Eonline immediately following new episodes of “Kourtney & Kim Take Miami.” Viewers will get Lord Disick’s take on topics such as what type of watch a royal wears and how a Lord styles his hair. However, fans should check back daily for even more new content, including hilarious GIFs, memes and fan art all dedicated to the new Lord of the E! manor, Scott Disick. Visit http://eonline.com/lorddisick

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