Kendall and Kylie Jenner's explosive fight on 'KUWTK'

On 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' Thursday night, Kris Jenner got the whole family together for a family vacation in Palm Springs to reconnect, after seeing Kim and Kourtney physically going at each other last season. However, while Kim, Kourtney and Khloé were drama-free, a fight between sisters still went down, this time between Kendall and Kylie Jenner. Tensions were already high between the Jenner sisters after Kylie allegedly stole Kendall's outfit for the night. Following the family's night out, an explosive fight broke out between Kendall, Kylie and Kris Jenner's boyfriend Corey Gamble in the car ride home to Los Angeles from Palm Springs. Unfortunately, there was no camera crew in the car as production stayed with Kim, Kourtney, Khloé, and Kris. However, audio of the fight was heard over Kim's speakerphone and, while it wasn't crystal clear, what was gathered was that Kylie refused to drop Kendall off at her Beverly Hills pad on the way home. So, instead, her and Corey left her at a gas station to get her own ride. Viewers wished they had kept the cameras rolling for their fight, but after getting picked up from the side of the road, Kendall filled everyone in on what went down, claiming that Corey said "f*** you" to her, which set her off. According to Kendall, Kylie defended Corey and "smacked" her, so Kendall hit back. Kylie then "took her heel and put it into" Kendall's neck, which caused Kendall to kick her younger sister. "We got into a full fight," Kendall told her mother and older sisters. "I'm sure Kendall is saying many things to my family. We're both very upset. I think there was a lot of miscommunication, because she thought I was gonna take her all the way to her Beverly Hills home, and I just never agreed to that, so, things just got very out of hand," said Kylie. "I don't know how I'll be able to, like, forget this. I really don't," said Kendall. She later added, "I'm pretty offended and hurt, um, by the situation. I feel super disrespected."