It’s the aftermath of Kyle Richards and Lisa Vanderpump’s explosive (and now meme-worthy) fight on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills -- and ET has your exclusive first look. In the sneak peek, both Kyle and Lisa are discussing the Villa Rosa (Lisa's home) showdown with their significant others, Maurico Umansky and Ken Todd, respectively. Mauricio is just getting filled in on what went down, while Ken was, of course, in the middle of the action (hello, "Goodbye, Kyle!").
"Listen, I mean, Lisa used to say to me, 'You’re bound to have some problems here and there. You have to accept that,'" Kyle tells Mauricio over dinner. "She’s right. I still haven’t spoken to her by the way. It really makes me feel sad."
Kyle was, essentially, the messenger at Villa Rosa, reporting to Lisa that the rest of their cast believed her to have leaked a story about Dorit Kemsley’s dog, which originally came from Vanderpump Dogs, winding up at a shelter -- all of which has been summed up as "puppygate." Lisa has denied ever leaking a story, period.
"There have been things that happened, if we’re gonna be honest, we’ve already had this issue," Kyle notes, recalling her and Lisa’s early seasons' standoff, after the cast accused Lisa of selling stories about the cast to the press. "But I still love her."
The scene then abruptly cuts to Lisa at home with a perfectly timed response: "I don’t want love like that!"
"I wouldn’t love somebody that I would say preys on the weak, is manipulative, is a liar," Lisa explains to Ken. "Why would you love somebody like that? I would detest them, actually, frankly."
Watch the dual conversations play out here:
The scene then cuts back to Kyle and Mauricio’s dinner, where Kyle tells her husband, "The only reason I’m even in an issue with her is, I didn’t stand up and say, 'Lisa would never do this.'"
"I’m shocked at the way Ken spoke to you," Mauricio then tells his wife, referencing the moment Ken kicked Kyle out of his and Lisa’s home. "That’s totally unacceptable."
Turns out, Lisa also thinks Ken overstepped, telling him, "I think you were a bit strong with Kyle the other day."
"I must admit, I was a bit strong," Ken concedes. "But when she starts speaking on you like that, I just saw red."
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"I honestly thought that we’d come to a place in our relationship where, we’re never gonna fight again," Kyle then explains in a confessional. "And then, this happened. Even if they did me wrong, I just hate having bad feelings between someone that I care about."
"I can say I’m hurt, I can say I don’t like anything that she did," Lisa tells Ken. "But I’m not gonna stand here and say what a f**king b***h she was. Oh! Just said it."
"She just makes it so hard to ever repair things," Kyle laments. "She holds her friendship as ransom. I’m sad. I feel sad."
ET spoke with Kyle back in November, not long after her and Lisa’s big fight, which resulted in Lisa pulling away from the group completely. Kyle still seemed hopeful Lisa would come back around, though.
"All l I know is, I love Lisa," she said at the time. "We've been friends for many years. We started the show together. We're the two last originals left from the cast, and I love her. If she needs to take her time to, you know, step away for whatever reason, you know, all I know is, we've all reached out to her. We've all included her. We've all wanted her to be there and included. The ball's in her court, I guess, you know? It's up to her."
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From the sound of it, Lisa isn’t going to do much to reconcile. A little over a week ago, she told ET she was, essentially, over her co-stars.
“For me, unless the dynamic changed radically, I don’t want people in my life that question me,” she said. "I was searching for happiness at that time in my life, and I certainly didn’t find it with them.”