Kyle Richards (left) and Carlton Gebbia
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Oil and water don't mix. And neither do Kyle Richards
and Carlton Gebbia
On Monday's Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
, the two exchanged ugly words, rather than gifts, at an elegant party to celebrate the birthdays of Kyle's husband, Mauricio, and Lisa Vanderpump
's husband, Ken.
And it all started over one of the two things a guest should never discuss at a party: Religion.
"You've been very passive aggressive," said Gebbia, who was still incensed after hearing from friends that Richards had talked negatively about her at her pool party (when Richards also mistook Gebbia's new pentagram tattoo
for a Jewish star).
"I've been nothing but nice to you," said Richards, noting that she had even given Gebbia a necklace off her own neck after Gebbia said she liked it at the party.
"It's not from a genuine place," said Gebbia, 40. "That necklace went right into a glass of distilled water because I’m cleansing it."
"[If you don't want to be treated like a witch], don't act like a witch," said Richards. "Obviously, you're anti-Semitic."
"You label everyone," an irate Gebbia replied. "Don't you dare go there. Don't you f------ dare go there."
"I'm done talking to you," continued Gebbia, who then got up from the dinner table to leave the party with her husband. "You've got vocal diarrhea."
"Oh, she is so disgusting," Richards, 45, replied. "Goodbye."
"At least there's not spells," joked a relatively tame (for once) Brandi Glanville
Ironically, Gebbia and Joyce Giraud, who the Wiccan seemed to cast a spell on
last week, made amends.
"I respect everybody's religion … but I need to know from you that you're not doing any spells," said a somewhat worried Giraud, who invited Gebbia to lunch to discuss the "curse."
"[My husband and I] go to dinner [and] ate the same thing … 20 minutes later, I've not seen my husband this sick ever."
"When I was younger, I practiced the dark side," Gebbia said, noting that after her children were born, she only practiced light.
"I want to know that I don't have to worry that my child falls down a ladder," said Giraud, 38.
"Don't ever ask that I'd do something to you and your family," said Gebbia, who stated she would never harm anyone's children. "Know this for a fact, you don't have to worry."
"I really feel like Joyce is a good person," said Gebbia.
But what about Richards? The 90210 feud looks to escalate on the next episode, airing Monday at 8 p.m. ET on Bravo.