Brandi clarifies what she meant about Kyle's support of Kim's sobriety, and is glad she made up with Mauricio.
Brandi reflects on how nervous she was going into the reunion and which ladies she'd fight for.
Brandi dispels the rumors about her flirtations with married men and her behavior at Kyle's White Party.
Brandi wonders why Kyle can't be kinder to Kim and doesn't want any drama with Adrienne.
Brandi thinks the only reason she and Lisa are different is because of their bank accounts.
Brandi is thankfully for a mostly drama-free episode, but she has some thoughts about Kyle's confrontation skills.
Brandi comments on Adrienne's behavior at Kim and Kyle's parties -- and defends Taylor.
Brandi knows why Kyle isn't coming to Lisa's defense, but she doesn't know why Camille misses Adrienne so much.
Brandi thanks the ladies for their supportive remarks about Eddie and clears up her comments about Marisa.
Brandi discusses Adrienne's lawyers, Kyle and Kim's relationship, and who she thinks is a "hot, aggressive mess."
Brandi reflects on the many tears she shed in this episode, why she met with Scheana, and what she thinks of Kyle's "yes friends."
Brandi maintains that Adrienne's fight came to her, and that Faye is simply Kyle's puppet.
Brandi regrets what she said about Adrienne, but feels her words were warranted.
Brandi still doesn't see how her book and Taylor's are anything alike.
Brandi laments her and Lisa's room assignment and explains how this episode sets up the drama of the season.