Part two of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills reunion special aired Tuesday night, and sisters Kim, 50, and Kyle Richards, 46, went head-to-head in an emotional argument.
During part one, the two admitted to host Andy Cohen that they hadn't spoken in months. This season -- which focused heavily on the issue of Kim's sobriety -- had been tough on their relationship, with Kim confiding often in cast member Brandi Glanville. Kim argued that Kyle didn't take her side enough, but Kyle said Kim's side was impossible to take because she was needlessly offensive to the other women.
On Tuesday night, Kyle was brought to tears as those same issues arose. The two again revisited the major arguments of the season, with Kyle telling Kim, "I could not defend you. The way that you act and the things you say and do [are] mean. It's just mean. ... I'm speaking my truth."
Kim asked her sister, "What do you want to do to work on this?"
But Kyle didn't seem ready to reconcile. "I feel like you have been very mean to me. I feel like I have been mistreated by you, and I'm really not in that place right now."
Kim said she felt "the same way," and that there were "things coming up" that she needed to figure out.
That's when Kyle started to tear up, saying that she assumed Kim meant her daughter's wedding, and that Kim was planning to disinvite Kyle. Kim denied it.
Then, Kyle raised her voice, yelling at Kim: "If you want to take them from me too, do that!"
"I love your children like I love my own," Kyle said through tears. "I want to be able to have them in my life, but I don't need to go."
Part three of the reunion special airs April 14 on Bravo.