Dave Quinn
January 10, 2017 10:00 AM

Lisa Rinna and Kim Richards have had their fair share of disagreements on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills — the most famous being a glass-breaking altercation in Amsterdam in which Richards threatened to expose secrets about Rinna’s husband Harry Hamlin (see: “Everybody will know!”).

They’ve been keeping their distance since Richards left the show, of course — occasionally coming together during reunions to address their bad blood. But in an exclusive sneak peek at Tuesday’s all-new episode, the two find themselves face to face at game night. And let’s just say, it does not go well.

Richards throws the first figurative punch — taking Rinna to task after the soap opera actress explains how the death of her parents put some of her former fights with Lisa Vanderpump into perspective.

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“I think that [Rinna] uses excuses all the time,” Richards says. “Look what you did to me when I was going through all the things that I went through, and you came after me all last year and the year before? And you never really sincerely said you were sorry.”

“You can sit here and use the excuse of losing your parents, but it’s ridiculous,” Richards continues. “You lose someone, it’s terrible, but it’s no excuse for going around and being mean to Lisa [Vanderpump], myself, Yolanda ….”

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Rinna defends herself, explaining “my father was not going through anything when I went after you because you went after my husband.”

“I never said anything about your husband,” Richards claims. “Let’s get the story straight. I never said one thing about your husband. I never said a word about it.”

While she technically may have said nothing specific, Richards certainly made a lot of implications — and Rinna hasn’t forgot them.

“You play dirty,” she tells Richards — before playing dirty herself: “Let’s talk about your arrest. Why don’t we do that?”

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs Tuesdays (9 p.m. ET) on Bravo.

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