On last night's episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Dorit Kemsley joked she went on an "apology tour" after attempting to right her wrongs with Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave and Camille Grammer – but her good intentions backfired.
Kemsley's "tour" began at Arroyave's house just before Arroyave welcomed the rest of the Beverly Hills cast over for a "glam circle" featuring spa treatments. The co-stars reignited their feud that aired last week, when Kemsley stood up Arroyave for drinks.
The two argued with each other – and gossiped behind each other's backs – about whether or not they were supposed to meet at 4 pm or 4:30 pm.
"I didn't actually care that you left me at the restaurant for 54 minutes," Arroyave told a confused Kemsley. "The part I didn't like is that you said to Kyle, 'I was only six minutes late and then she said she had to leave.'"
"Don't be ridiculous Teddi!" a defensive Kemsley fired back.
Arroyave continued: "Here's the thing, none of it matters other than the point that you put me in a situation where I had to have another conversation with another woman about you and it put a bad taste in my mouth."
Kemsley agreed to "let it go" and walked away – that is, until Kyle Richards showed up and the two asked for Richards' point of view.
Richards immediately asked to stay out of it, which is when Kemsley finally backs down.
"This has been the most childish thing I've ever had a conversation about," Kemsley tells Arroyave.
The two agree to drop it. Although Arroyave hints to the camera that Kemsley ruined her afternoon of pampering.
"This glam circle is like the circle of death," Arroyave said while letting out a laugh. "It's the worst, so not relaxing, no not fun."
Seconds later, Kemsley interrupts Camille Grammer just before a skin treatment. Kemsley takes the fault for calling Grammer a "c—t" days prior at a dinner at Richards' house.
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Grammer informed Kemsley that in addition to being called the C-word, she was also offended by Kemsley's joke about Grammer getting a strap-on.
"It's a silly moment, it's a silly joke," Kemsley told Grammer sincerely. "But I know when I'm wrong and if I hurt someone ever as a cause of my own actions I'm the first one to say I'm so sorry."
Still, Grammer confessed she doesn't trust Kemsley despite her polite apology.
"I'm not sure I can have a relationship with Dorit at this point," Grammer remarked. "It would take a lot for me to trust this woman."
Meanwhile in Beverly Hills, Lisa Vanderpump and her husband Ken Todd were dealing the lawsuit their former dog rescue partner filed against Todd. The woman claimed Ken got physical with her during a disagreement about the business.
"Ken always brushes things aside but I know it really hurts him deep down to have your integrity brought into question," Vanderpump told the camera.
The case was ultimately dismissed in August 2017.
A sneak peek of next week's episode shows the tension rising as Kemsley calls Arroyave "psycho."
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs Tuesdays 9 pm EST on Bravo.
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