During the interview segment, Barrymore said she saw the love note Koutney wrote for Travis and he shared on Instagram reading, "To lots of fun adventures, may we destroy each other completely."
"I was like, 'Oh, that’s so hot,'" exclaimed Barrymore. "I think my love note might be, 'Can we get to bed early and like watch a movie?'"
"Yeah, I would prefer the opposite, I would prefer to kind of go in a blaze of glory and ball of flames," said Travis, before Barrymore -- who has been exploring the dating scene again herself -- asked whether he thinks it's better to date someone who also has children.
Barker shares Alabama and Landon with Shanna Moakler and also helped raise her older daughter, Atiana de la Hoya. Kourtney, meanwhile, shares three kids -- Mason, Penelope and Reign -- with ex Scott Disick.
"I've done both and up until now I would date girls that didn't have kids and I find it kind of hard because I think they would have trouble understanding like, 'Well, why don't you want to go to dinner every night with me?' or 'Why don't you want to see me every night?'" he explained.
"And now I am spending time with a woman who is a great mom, who is a great friend, and you don't have to worry about any of those things," he said of Kourtney. "It just comes naturally, it's like a maturity thing. And I also really like missing someone and cherishing the time I spend with them instead of every day being with them. Especially in the beginning of the relationship, I think missing someone is so important."
Barker spoke a bit more about being a dad during the ongoing pandemic, saying he prefers to focus on the positives. He celebrated being able to spend so much time with his kids, saying it's been "really, really awesome" for them as a family.
Drew also asked what it was like for him to bring his children out on the road with him and whether he had any concerns.
"So my kids have been touring with me since they were 2. I think I can't protect them from everything, I can't shelter them from everything," he said. "All I can do is kind of show them what doors I walked through and what worked for me and what didn't work for me. And protect them and guide them as much as I can."