10cf746e54 Bruce proceeds to explain exactly what he wants, which is less a putting green and more a full-service country club practice range with a putting green, a chipping green, a sand trap, and possibly a full driving range. Kris laughs, although she keeps her cool enough to commend Kendalls thoughtfulness, before crushing Kendalls dreams. Kris is livid to find his kids and her kids standing around looking uncomfortable, but shes livid less because they tried to build a golf course in her back yard (thats just money) than she is because this whole thing is precisely about what a control freak they all think she is, and how each and every one of them is stating that in a very public way, and how theyre all saying it as if shes some bitter harpy who has emasculated Bruce Jenner, American Hero, to the point where he can't even beat his son at ping pong anymore, because she wont let him dig up a corner of the backyard for an ugly thing he doesnt need because California isnt exactly short on country clubs. Its how she tells her mother this news that is awesome, because its exactly how 17-year-olds sometimes operate, which is to emphasize all the responsible planning and considerate emotions theyve put into whatever self-serving objective they want to achieve but cant without the express permission (or capital) of their parents. Kendall: Im an adult now, mom! And I know youre reasonable, despite the fact that the A-Plot of this very episode is all about how everybody in this family thinks youre notoriously unreasonable.