On the last episode of Bravo's Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Kyle Richards wanted to make peace with her cast mate Carlton Gebbia, but Lisa Vanderpump's actions were the reason for yet another disagreement.
On Monday night's episode, Kyle Richards wanted to give Cartlon Gebbia a gold ring to accompany a necklace she already owned to smooth things over after Richards called her Wiccan cast mate "anti-Semetic". Things were getting better until Lisa Vanderpump made a snide comment to Brandi Glanville about the ring, causing Kyle to get upset. Gebbia also refused her gift.
When Richards confronted Vanderpump about the ring, she passionately said "You said it was gold and didn't match with blue!" She continued, "That's what Brandi said you said."
In the corner of Yolanda Foster's daughter Gigi's going away party, Vanderpump denied Glanville's accusations. She replied, "It's nice jewelry. Why would I do that?" She added, "Here she is telling Carlton that doesn't look like it goes with the necklace, don't take it. Then she's coming over to me and saying, 'That was a gesture on your part right?' ... Don't play those games."
The two soon agreed to disagree on the matter at hand, but not before Richards told the cameras, "Here she is telling Carlton that doesn't look like it goes with the necklace, don't take it. Then she's coming over to me and saying, 'That was a gesture on your part right?' ... Don't play those games."
And in the spirit of games, the episode continued to show that Richards may think Gebbia put a hex on her family computer. The home screen usually has pictures of her family, but now it was splattered with words like "bigot" and "travesty".
Will the ladies be able to survive Puerto Rico without having a spell put on them? Viewers will have to tune in to Bravo at 8pm on Monday night to find out.
In the mean time, watch all the drama go down below.