Monday night's episode of Vanderpump Rules was all about bullying.
Katie Maloney accused James Kennedy of being a bully, and just about everyone pointed out that Katie has been a bully since Season 1.
But after the show, it was Scheana Marie who found herself in the hot seat for talking trash.
However, we don't think anyone would accuse Scheana of bullying.
After all, she's allegedly been talking trash about her longtime boss, Lisa Vanderpump.
Allow us to explain:
Scheana appeared on Andy Cohen's Watch What Happens Live last night.
As always, Andy took some questions from viewers on Twitter, one of which came from ex-Beverly Hills Housewife Brandi Glanville, who has clashed with both Scheana and her boss Lisa over the years.
The question was obviously designed to stir up drama, and it succeeded in doing exactly that:
"I don’t hang out with Scheana but we are fine however if she has no issue with lvp why does she constantly need her podcast producer (mine also!) to edit all the shit she talks about LVP?" Brandi tweeted.
The intention of Glanville's tweet was to create problems between Scheana, but despite a moment of bug-eyed alarm, Scheana diffused the situation with ease.
"I don't talk any sh-t about Lisa on my podcast," she maintained.
"There was I think a comment between Teddi [Mellencamp] and I that it was behind-the-scenes stuff, like fourth-wall breaking, that I was like, 'We should just keep that out.'"
On Twitter, the reality star/SUR hostess/singer doubled-down:
"I have never talked shi-t about LVP on my podcast and our mutual producer WILL confirm that," Scheana tweeted.
Indeed, shortly thereafter, podcast producer William Sterling chimed in:
"Last night something I said in passing about the production of @scheana's podcast was taken out of context to be used as a means of saying I edited her "shit talking", which isn't true," Sterling tweeted.
"Often we have to edit behind the scenes info of VPR so as not to give away spoilers."
So it sounds like the matter has been settled -- although, it's worth noting that Sterling might just know what side his bread is buttered on.
We're guessing Scheana's podcast does much bigger numbers than Brandi's.