Here are the best "Snickers" from Part 2:
Kyle Richards and Carlton Gebbia continued their high-voltage rivalry, which started this season with her comments over Gebbia being Wiccan and ended with Richards calling her anti-Semitic.
"I practice witchcraft, which is about harnessing nature's energies," Gebbia said. "It's to effect a positive, needed change."
She didn't harness enough, however, as the duo's anger only escalated.
"You're a liar, and a you're a hypocrite," Richards, 45, yelled at her.
"Yeah, and you're a bigot," Gebbia, 40, responded, referencing being called "anti-Semitic." "It is such a huge, horrific label … it's filled with so much hate … I don't hate you. I dislike you. You're rude."
A sober and newly vocal Kim Richards has stood toe to toe with Lisa Vanderpump all season, but their Part 2 fight was nuttier than any Payday.
"You're eccentric," Vanderpump, 53, said to Richards, 49. "Many times you have let me down."
"I missed a whole lot, Lisa. I missed a huge chunk of my f–––ing life and my children's life, and I'm sorry if I missed a party or two," Richards replied. "I have never seen you actually be there for anyone of us."
Richards, who was still upset that Vanderpump missed her daughter's graduation party even though she was in town, called her "a big liar."
"I wouldn't trust you with my shoe, or an old pair of socks," she said. "I don't remember you ever calling me once in four years, even through my drinking."
Brandi Glanville was certainly betwixt many personal issues this season, from dating to losing her beloved dog to reuniting with her estranged father, but she admitted she has battled depression, takes medication for it and has used liquor to ease that pain.
"Do I lean on [alcohol] when I'm depressed?" she said. "I'm not doing cocaine … I like my wine."
"I think she has a problem," Joyce Giraud said, adding she believes Glanville plays the "poor me card" and also notifies the paparazzi of her own whereabouts.
"I have never in my life called the paparazzi," Glanville, 41, said. "What do you know about depression?"
"I know about you playing the victim," Giraud, 38, replied.
"We don't like each other, and let's leave it at that," Glanville concluded.
The final part of the reunion, in which the wives are joined by their husbands and when the real drama is unveiled, airs Monday (9 p.m. ET) on Bravo.