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Brandi Glanville and Kyle Richards have words during the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" post-finale reunion.
It was a night of she-said/she-said on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," as the season wrapped up with one fight after another.
"I really don't like getting involved when I see other people arguing," Kyle Richards claimed when she spied Faye Resnick giving Brandi Glanville grief at Lisa Vanderpump's party, "but now I see a potentially volatile situation."
So why not jump right in? Everyone else did -- and how.
Despite all of the back and forth, there was one moment of peace on the season-ender. Lisa and her husband, Ken Todd, (with their always-present pup Giggy by their side) renewed their vows in a surprisingly fight-free ceremony.
"I love you, darling," Ken told her. "And whatever I said 30 years ago still stands. I promise to obey you. Again.”
Aw! But don't let that sweet stuff fool you. The action didn't end there. No sooner had the season wrapped than the first part of the reunion special aired.
It should come as no surprise to "Housewives" fans to learn that the fights were far from over. In fact, one feud in particular has continued beyond the reunion -- or more accurately, reunions.
“Lisa has never let go of the fact that I didn’t defend her on the reunion last year,” Kyle told In Touch, referring to Lisa's past blowout with Adrienne Maloof. “I’m still being punished one year later for not jumping in.”
According to Kyle, she and Lisa haven't spoken since this season's reunion was taped.
See where the hubbub kicks of next week, when part two of the reunion special airs Monday at 9 p.m. on Bravo.
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