Bravo's "The Real Housewives of Potomac" returned last Sunday for Season 2, but the ladies didn't necessarily leave their old season's drama in the first season.

These "classy" ladies are known for fighting over how to dance correctly at a party or how to raise a mixed-race child, but the biggest dustup of the upcoming season still revolved at the feud between Charrisse Jackson-Jordan and Gizelle Bryant.

Karen Huger, Bryant and new housewife Monique Samuels stopped by Studio TooFab to tease all the juicy drama that we can expect in this upcoming season. The ladies were all smiles as they sat down for our interview in what they coined the “baddest seat in the building.”

While introducing Samuels to the reality television world, Hugar was quick to call out Bryant on her tendency to bring out her claws whenever a new pretty girl comes around.

“It takes me a while to warm up to people, whether they are pretty or not,” Bryant told TooFab in defense of herself. “There’s a lot of stuff that carried over from Season 1 that I was still trying to deal with with the other ladies and then here comes the new girl. So I really wasn’t mentally there to meet Monique, having nothing to do with Monique. But she’s here now and I guess she’s staying.”

“I’m here to stay,” Samuels chimed in.

Since Samuels was brought onto the show by her friend and OG Potomac housewife Charrisse Jackson-Jordan, she didn't necessarily get the warm welcome she expected.

“I definitely felt like because Charrise is the one who introduced me to the group of ladies um, that I definitely got off on the wrong foot with a few of them,” Samuels said.

"The Real Housewives of Potomac" airs on Sundays on Bravo.