Tuesday night marked the beginning of the three-part "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" season five reunion.
And we knew the ever feisty Brandi Glanville would come out guns blazing. But we definitely didn't think she'd pick a fight with literally everyone there.
"I don't walk around naked with a tampon string hanging out," said Kyle Richards on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" reunion.
"'Cause you don't get your period anymore, BLEEP," said Brandi Glanville.
First up on the Brandi Glanville insult tour - Lisa Rinna and her rumored eating disorder, of course.
"First of all, I may have called you anorexic, but I was comparing it to when you said I was a drunk," said Brandi.
Then, it was Lisa Vanderpump's turn...
"I'm just letting her know she's calling me mean, and all she's done since we've arrived is be mean. I think you're just pissed that he didn't want to BLEEP you," said Brandi.
Kyle Richards got a nice big piece of Brandi's rage...
"How do you live with yourself?" asked Brandi.
"How do you?! You are one sick BLEEP," said Kyle.
"You are BLEEPING such a liar!" said Brandi.
And even Andy Cohen got smacked with some sass after comparing hanging out with Brandi to playing with a dog and suddenly getting bit.
"BLEEP you," said Brandi.
"I, no, I mean, it's like," said Andy.
"Who says that?" said Brandi.
The cursing! The yelling! The high pitched insults! Oh, the housewife humanity!
Like we said, Brandi picked a fight with every single person at the reunion. And it's only part one, y'all!
As a clearly seasoned "Real Housewives" writer for Bustle put it, "Classic Brandi."
But, as the International Business Times points out in its headline, the entire cast did attack Brandi multiple times during the hour-long show.
So what's a girl under fire to do? Take out the claws and get scratching, amirite?
To see just how many more brawls Brandi gets herself into, you can check out part two of the reunion next week.
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