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Kourtney says Scott's "putting a dark cloud" over their trip.

Perhaps taking his girlfriend on a family vacation with his baby mama and their three kids is not what Scott Disick thought it would be.

In a sneak peek of Sunday's episode of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians," Scott appears visibly uncomfortable while he, girlfriend Sofia Richie, Kourtney Kardashian and kids Mason, Penelope and Reign Disick share a hot tub while on vacation in snowy Finland.

While the location, weather and actual hot tub looked like paradise, Scott couldn't help but stare awkwardly as Kourtney leaned in to fix Sofia's makeup. Apparently, she had a smudge, and Kourt was trying to help her blend it in.

"This is nice," Scott said to himself, after putting his hands up to his worried face. "We flew to Finland to get in the hot tub." The girls were still talking about Sofia's makeup.

Looking at Mason, Scott asked, "Should we go?" Sofia then looked at Scott and asked, "Do you wanna get out?" He said, "Yeah."

"You're so negative!" Kourt reprimanded. "Has anyone ever told you? You're like a negative..."

Scott shrugged his shoulders and said, "I'm a negative guy."

Kourtney went on to say she thought the trip was going swell and that "the Santa stuff" they had done the day before was "so cute" and "amazing for the kids."

"It's just like a magical thing, but you definitely were looking for a reason to leave," she said. "You could just say, 'This isn't for me, and we're gonna go.'" He didn't have a response.

"Scott really wanted to come with us to Finland, so I don't know why he's just having such a negative attitude," Kourt later vented in a confessional. "I just want everyone to have a great time and a great experience, and he's just kind of putting a dark cloud over it."

We'll see what all the fuss is about when "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" airs Sundays at 9 p.m. on E!

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