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So, you're saying there's a chance! By now everyone knows that Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick's relationship has been off and on for years.

Last summer, the couple split for the umpteenth time, but Kourtney's sister Khloe Kardashian doesn't exactly expect them to stay apart for long.

"You guys know they're totally getting back together one day," she tells her sisters during a preview of an upcoming episode of "Keeping Up With The Kardashians." Kim isn't so sure, asking, "You think so?"

Many people agree with Khloe, believing that Kourt and Scott are destined to be together. First off, they share three children. Moreover, he's often seen hanging out with the Kardashian-Jenner clan, and he and Kourtney are often photographed together. She even attended his birthday party in Las Vegas last May.

"Happy birthday baby daddy," she captioned a throwback photo of the two that day (her famous family also showered Scott with social media love.)

"By the way, everyone relax," she said in an April Snapchat, while cruising around with Scott. "We have three kids together. We spend time together."

They certainly have people hoping for a permanent reconciliation. Khloe's ex/Kardashian family friend French Montana told People magazine in April that Scott and Kourtney are his "favorite couple."

Asked if he thought they'd ever get back together, the rapper said, "I don't know. I hope they do."

In April, Kourtney remained coy about the idea of getting back together with Scott, telling Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb on the Today Show, "I don't know. We're not getting back together right now, but I don't know what the future holds in life, in God's plan. But we're just doing our best to be the best parents. Like, he came with us to Vail and it was great. But, like, we're friends at this point."

Hoda then asked Kourt a simplest question: do you miss Scott when he's not around?

"I don't know," she said.

One thing that always seemed to irk Kourtney was Scott's penchant for hanging out in nightclubs (granted, often times he's being paid to be there, especially in Las Vegas and Atlantic City). However, last weekend he told People magazine that he's thinking about giving up on making nightclub appearances.