Kourtney is also reminded of the time she "hooked up" with a woman.
The Kardashian sisters are putting all the cards on the table.
The rules of the game were simple. The sisters all had a stack of five cards with their faces on them. The "KUWTK" star who resonated the most with a question had to put their card on the table and "fess up." The person left with the least amount of cards was named the winner. And Kourtney won by a landslide.
The eldest sister had no shame in owning up to her confessions, which dated back to when Kourtney would gossip to Kim's classmates about her in high school. "But [the rumors] were true," Kourtney said.
With a helpful reminder from Khloe, Kourtney had to put her card down on the next question as well -- after the sisters were asked if any of them ever "hooked up" with a woman. And Kourtney seemed to have forgotten about her time on "Kourtney and Khloe Take Miami."
"I literally forgot what you were talking about," Kourt told Khloe. "I forgot about Miami season."
It's hard to believe any of the E! sisters would need to steal anything, however, Kourtney confessed in another question that she stole a pair of gray sweatpants from Kim and didn't give them back for a long time.
"I borrowed [them] I took them once and I was watching a movie at her house," Kourtney recalled. "And then were on a flight to Costa Rica... and Kim was like, 'Are those my gray sweats?' and I said 'Yeah, I didn't even think these will fit you.' And then she took them back and then she decided they don't fit her so she gave them back."
See more revelations in the clip, above.
Earlier on the show, Kim joined "The Real" ladies for a round of "Girl Talk" and opened up about making compromises to support husband Kanye West's new religious journey. According to Kim, much of these compromises include making subtle changes for how they are raising their children: North, 6, Saint, 3, Chicago, 1, and Psalm, 5 months.
"I do think that, you know, he is my husband so, I obviously want to honor him and what he's feeling," Kim began. "And he's been going through this life change, and it's mostly about the kids. You know, the kids are getting older. He's very cautious about what we have in the house and we got rid of TVs in the kids' rooms and removed makeup from North's room. [He's had this] epiphany of being this -- not that he wasn't already an amazing dad -- but being a little bit more strict as a dad and being very forceful on the imagery that's in our household and what they see."
"And just where he's gone in his life and maybe things that he did a year ago, he probably wouldn't be doing today," she continued. "And I love that beautiful journey, as well. And I think that is such a great example for our kids. But there's also that fine line of, you know, staying firm and doing what you feel comfortable with. And I take a little bit of him and I respect what he's saying and I totally compromise."
Kim admitted that while she actually agrees with these changes, she is also "always" going to be herself. "At the end of the day that's what marriage is," the reality star said. "He's going to do things that I don't agree with and I support him and vice versa."
Also during their takeover, Khloe was asked about her current views on dating. The "KUWTK" star hasn't been in a public relationship with anyone since the cheating scandal with her baby daddy, Tristan Thompson. The former couple share baby True, 1.
When asked what she'll be "looking for" when she's in the "headspace" to date, Khloe said, "It's not even the headspace. I just don't know what the point in rushing is."
"If it's natural, great," she continued. "But I'm so in love with True and I don't feel incomplete or like I need to distract myself in any way and I'm totally good and happy and I just love it."
"I think my biggest thing is not having any sort of type," Khloe added. "Like whoever I vibe and connect with is what I want to do. I just don't really have any pressure on it."
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