On Thursday's episode of "The Kardashians," Kris Jenner bought $700 worth of weed products.
She took half a gummy, hoping for hip pain relief, before going out to dinner.
The edible hit her at the table, and she hid behind a napkin and took photos of her daughter.
Kris Jenner went on a weed journey in season two, episode three of Hulu's "The Kardashians," purchasing gummies at a dispensary in California, taking one, and getting high in a restaurant.
In the episode, which aired Thursday, Jenner said that her right leg and hip had been "driving me crazy," and she hoped that taking edibles or other THC products would provide some "relief." As she highlighted in the episode, weed is legal in California, provided you're 21 years old.
At the dispensary, Jenner purchased some gummies and medicated lube, with an employee saying that her purchases totaled over $700. Before going out to dinner with her daughter Khloé Kardashian, who had previously bought her a weed vape pen for Mother's Day, and boyfriend Corey Gamble, Jenner decided to split a gummy with Kardashian.
As shown in the episode, the edible hit Jenner much harder than it did her daughter. Initially, she said that she could "feel it from the neck up" after ordering food. After their margaritas arrived at the table, she asked her daughter the last time that she had an "all-girls night." However, she burst into silent laughter halfway through her next sentence.
"Yeah, like just, let it..." Jenner said, training off and chuckling.
"Oh my god Khloé, when's the last time you had...," she said, trailing off and laughing again.
At the table, Jenner began to hide her face behind a napkin, wiping at her eyes and insisting that she wasn't crying.
"I think we should have taken my mom home when she started playing peek-a-boo," Kardashian said in another confessional, referencing her mom hiding her face.
Jenner eventually started to take photos of Kardashian, holding her phone in front of her face and laughing the entire time.
"I can tell you one thing for sure," Jenner said in a confessional. "I am not feeling any pain in my hip right now. Not a fucking thing."