02/10/2014 at 05:00 AM EST
"How do we go from pillow talk to throwing punches?" NeNe Leakes
asked on Sunday's Real Housewives of Atlanta
. "Who knew it would turn out to be the brawl that it is? Where do we go from here?"
That question might not be answered for a long time, considering the fight and blame game only escalated following Leakes's pajama party
turned boxing match.
Following the nasty fight between Apollo Nida and Kenya Moore
's friend, Brandon DeShazer, in the previous episode, Kandi Burruss continued the argument by going after, well, everyone.
"You had some things to say about [my fiancé] Todd I didn't think was cool," Burruss, 37, said, referencing remarks Christopher Williams's wife, Natalie, had made about Tucker being an opportunist.
Cue fight number two, after Cynthia Bailey's husband, Peter Thomas, "walked up on" Burruss and Tucker.
Bailey, 46, tried to intervene, hands flying, while her sister, Malorie, pushed Burruss.
"Why are you all up in here?" an incensed Burruss asked, before breaking down in the bathroom and then storming out. "I'm a short girl … You cannot come up in my face doin' all this finger waving … so you better back up. I will f------ drag you in this!"
After fists stopped flying, the accusations started, with everyone seemingly having a different perspective on the night.
"I'm disgusted," said Porsha Stewart, 31, who probably most accurately recaptured the evening. "I just started seeing spirits in people's faces. I wouldn't say demons, but an evil spirit had entered their space."
Burruss, embarrassed by her actions, tried to perform a Housewives
exorcism by inviting the ladies for a spa day, but the only thing that needed massaging by the end of the day were their vocal chords.
Bailey and Burruss renewed their feud, while most of the wives – led by Leakes – blamed Moore for the debacle.
"You started the whole melee," Leakes, 45, told Moore, referring to when she stood up and Williams grabbed her, which initiated the fighting. "You're lucky you didn't get your ass beat."
"They're all trying to point their finger at me," said Moore, 42, "when they should be pointing their finger at Apollo."
If Moore's friend, Brandon – who sported a "shiner" and cracked rib following the fight –, has his way, a lawsuit may be pointed at Nida instead.
"This is what I do know," he told Moore, showing her the police report. "I hold all of the cards. He cracked my rib. It's automatic felony. What I keep thinking about is [their children].
The drama continues on Sunday at 8 p.m. ET on Bravo.