The show is a look into the current professional life of the ex-Kardashian and how he makes money flipping houses in Los Angeles. Obviously, Scott has several rich and famous friends, including the Kardashians, who are set to make appearances on the show.
In one pivotal moment in the show, Scott meets with the matriarch of the Kardashian family, Kris Jenner, for lunch. Disick explains that Kris "is like a mother to me" and since both of his parents passed away, he looks to Jenner for advice.
The new reality show does not follow the normal structure of most flipping real estate shows, Scott takes on several projects at once and one of them is not the standard flip.
Famous DJ Steve Aoki appears on the show to ask Disick to help him redesign his 18,000 sq ft mansion in Las Vegas. Aoki and Disick jump off of the DJ's roof into his pool during the episode.
Disick's team includes his business partner Benny Luciano, Benny's wife Kozet, contractor Miki Moor, and designer Willa Ford.
If that name doesn't ring a bell, Willa Ford is a singer and was, at one point, the opening act for the Backstreet Boys. Ford is now a top interior designer who clashes with Disick a bit on the timing of her work.
The best part of the show is that Scott has gone back to his nickname, "Lord."
It's unclear, if Disick flips any of the homes, or makes a profit, but it's clear that is not the point of the new show. Following Scott with a camera is good enough.