The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills reunion kicked off last night, and it was everything we were hoping for. Putting all the money, the glitz and the glam aside, it was just six women ready to battle out a full season-worth of drama, and per usual, it got...viscous.

Seasoned Housewife Kyle Richards and newcomer Garcelle Beauvais kicked it all off by discussing their friendship, or lack-there-of.

Kyle even made a claim that had everyone on the edge of their seats. She said,

"You came to my charity event, raised your paddle to donate five thousand dollars to Children's Hospital Los Angeles and never paid."

Garcelle seemed genuinely shocked by the claim and fired back with,

"That is not true. That is not true. That is not true. That is not true. You better watch what you're saying."

But as matters simmered down, Garcelle was able to address another hot topic of the season, being the first black RHOBH. Garcelle said,

"It's really cool. I mean, it's always great to be the first anything, right?"

But as host Andy Cohen dug deeper, the star revealed,

"I felt pressure of people wanting me to come in and just snap at everybody. You know we're labeled 'angry women' a lot, black women."

Now, you might remember a certain "boring" comment from "new bee" Sutton Foster, directed at Teddi Mellencamp, earlier this season. But just for a little background, at Kyle's dinner party, Sutton shared that her initial impression of Teddi was she "may be a little boring." After a ton of tears and dramatic storm out, the two seemed to be okay...until this reunion.

Sutton and Teddi rehashed the infamous moment, and Sutton even brought Teddi's "cute" black romper into it. In perfect southern-charm fashion, she said:

"Are you going to let my small disdain for your clothing get in the way of our friendship? That's silly."

It'd be impossible to wrap up this recap without touching on the threesome comment heard 'round the world. When the Housewives discussed threesomes at Denise's "pizza party" with her daughter and her friends in earshot, she made it known that she wouldn't be bringing her kids around them.

At the reunion, Erika Girardi told Andy,

"I think she was trying to make us, as a group, look bad. I mean it was a perfect setup... We always have adult conversations, that's what we do as a group. And then all of a sudden, we're penalized for it."

Don't worry, Housewife fans—The fun isn't over yet. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills will be back next week for part two of the reunion, and as they say… the best is yet to come.

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