RHOBH's Brandi Glanville to Joyce Giraud: 'If I Was a Bully, I'd Have Knocked Your Teeth Out!'
01/14/2014 AT 07:30 AM EST
Richards held a graduation party for daughter Kimberly, even though most of the wives in attendance were the ones acting like children.
"From the moment you were born, you were magic," an emotional Richards told her daughter, moments after Glanville began to vomit after eating a hamburger and Carlton Gebbia searched the sober party for alcohol.
"One seems to be drunk, and the other is throwing up," Richards' sister, Kyle, said of the un-dynamic duo. "I think it's time to go home."
"The two of us together. Nightmare," said Glanville upon leaving.
But Glanville and Giraud, the two who are usually a nightmare together, made nice for a change when the wives gathered at Vanderpump's home.
"I would like to say that I might say stupid things, but I'm not a racist [and] I've never been bully," Glanville told Giraud.
"I'm not saying you're a racist," Giraud replied, referring to the inappropriate statements Glanville made in Palm Springs. "That was a racist comment."
"I don't like you, you don't like me," Glanville, 40, said, prompting Giraud to snap, "Stop bullying me."
"If I was a f------ bully, I'd have knocked your teeth out!" Glanville yelled, before softening … sort of.
"I apologize … Moving forward, I will be kind to you," she said, which prompted Giraud, 38, to ask her for a hug.
"Don't touch me," Glanville later said. "We can agree to disagree, but we don't have to touch."
Kim Richards certainly wasn't touched by Vanderpump's no-show at her daughter's graduation party, and she let Lisa know.
"I was in Missouri," Vanderpump said, referencing a fundraiser she attended.
"You were not. You were at Sur," Richards, 49, casually replied. "My hairdresser saw you at Sur having dinner."
"Well, your hairdresser was dreaming," Vanderpump, 53, said, before quickly backtracking. "Oh, maybe I came back Saturday night."
"To just make up a lie bothered me," Richards said, bristling even more when Vanderpump's husband, Ken, stood up for his wife.
"Let's discuss all the things Kim didn't turn up for," he said.
"That's kind of uncalled for," an upset Richards said. "That really wasn't very nice."
"He's right. I did miss things. I missed a lot," she continued, referencing the time she battled alcohol problems. "But if you didn't want to come to Kimberly's graduation, all you had to say was 'I'm busy.' "
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