In fact, Carole had lots to say about her former friend on Wednesday's "Watch What Happens Live" during a very telling game of "Set the Record Straight." Here's all the shade Carole threw Bethenny's way:
Over the holidays, Bethenny reached out to Carole to let her know that she missed her. According to Bethenny, Carole was cold and replied, "That's a lot."
"That is not what happened," Carole told Andy Cohen. "I didn't respond that way. That is what Bethenny said I responded. Bethenny texted me -- it must've been 40 or 50 text messages -- and I was trying to keep up, trying to keep up, and finally I said, 'Bethenny, it's a lot for text message. Please, this is important, let's talk when we get back to New York in 2 days.' And I have the receipts!"
"I learned this thing on Twitter," she continued. "They say, 'Oh, Carole brings the receipts.' And I was like, 'What does that mean?' And it means I have the proof!"
In The Berkshires, Bethenny and Carole were in a heated discussion when Bethenny said she felt she and Carole no longer had anything in common. She said Carole had become preoccupied with "taking selfies" and her physical appearance. She also told Dorinda Medley, "I think she does have more in common with Tinsley in the fact that Carole isn't married, doesn't have kids and she doesn't have a career."
"Right, because I care all about my hair and myself and my nails," Carole's said sarcastically. I think she was talking about herself. No one cares more about themselves than Bethenny."
At Luann de Lesseps' blood drive, Bethenny made a comment about how she thought Carole seemed "sad." Carole, who had just broken up with on-again, off-again boyfriend Adam at the time, was upset that Bethenny would say such a thing.
When Andy asked why she was so bothered, Carole explained there were "two reasons."
"Bethenny and I had talked about it on text and stuff, and I got the text messages," Carole said. "And she knew I wasn't sad. Yes, it was a breakup, but I wasn't like [crying]. And also, I feel like that narrative is a very misogynistic narrative -- like, boy and girl break up, and the girl's like boo-hoo sad and lonely, and the guy's out banging chicks. I don't like it, and I'm not giving energy to it."
"The Real Housewives of New York" airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. on Bravo.