On Tuesday's The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, the ongoing beef between Kathryn Edwards and Faye Resnick took center stage.
If you watch The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills online, you may recall that Resnick made some salacious claims about Edwards.
Specifically, that Edwards' ex-husband Marcus Allen cheated on Kathryn with Nicole Brown Simpson (which Allen and Edwards deny).
Nicole, of course, is the slain former wife of O.J.
Edwards and Resnick were building this feud up hard, mentally circling one another at the dinner table like it was the UFC octagon.
Yet in the end, there were no blows exchanged.
"There's very few people in my life that I'd like carry a dagger for, like if I ever get the chance to say what I [feel]. She's one of them."
Those harsh words were uttered by Kathryn to describe Resnick, though the two did not get into any table-flipping screaming matches.
It was more ... subtle. Icy, but restrained.
"For me to not say something, I'd feel like I was being phony," Edwards told Resnick, making a reference to the "elephant in the room."
"I have nothing to say to anyone about what happened 20-something years ago. That was a very hard time, and it's sad," Faye said.
Words not used by either party? Cheating or Nicole or O.J. "There's not really much to discuss at this point, is there?" Resnick asked.
Later, Resnick did say that she never meant anything "pejorative" toward Edwards, and asked if Kathryn felt any better. She said she did.
Conflict resolution, RHOBH style!
Resnick apologized to everyone because "this" (whatever "this" was) should be discussed in private, but that was about it in the end.
Edwards reflected later, "There's a part of me that feels a little cheated, because I was ready," she said. "I was ready to annihilate her."
There's always next feud.