Following last season's unexpected cocaine accusation -- one of the most explosive "Housewives" blowouts of 2017 -- Dorit took advantage of being 550 feet in the air on the High Roller Ferris wheel with Rinna and the rest of the Housewives to air out some unaddressed grievances.
"Let's be honest, it really is uncomfortable because we had a lot of shit go down, and no one's talked about it," Rinna told Bravo cams. "Like, let's be f-cking honest here. We're all pretending like it's all OK, and it's really not."
Egged on by Lisa Vanderpump, Dorit confronted Rinna: "Lisa, I have to talk to you, and I have to be honest."
"I don't want to rehash the past," Rinna replied.
"I don't want to feel like I am in danger," Dorit said. "Your words and your actions are so low that they can really affect people's lives."
After a heartfelt apology, the two agreed to move forward and work toward a friendship. All was at peace until Kyle Richards stepped up to the grievance-airing plate to tell Rinna about the day she ran into her husband, Harry Hamlin, who had some choice words about Kim Richards and the whole BunnyGate fiasco. (ICYMI: At last season's reunion, Kim returned to Rinna the bunny she had given her for her new grandson because it was not given to her with "good energy." Rinna then walked off the set in tears, only to return to call Kim a "sick woman.")
But lucky for Kyle, Rinna already knew about the run-in with Harry, and the two were able to hug it out almost immediately.
"This is a lot of life learning for me, a lot of life lessons," Rinna said to Kyle and the rest of the group. "I've learned more with all of you women than I have learned in 20 years of my life. I mean, it's hard to admit that you're an asshole when you're an asshole."
"The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" airs Tuesday nights on Bravo.