After explaining how she often hangs out with her ex and Leann at school functions, Pratt asked how they all got to that point, since civility wasn't always the case.
"We were having a birthday party just recently and we got into a really serious conversation and my mother-in-law -- she'll always be my mother-in-law -- was sitting next to me, and Leann was sitting across from me, Eddie was there, the kids were all happy and we just kind of had it out about what is right, what is wrong, what's better for the kids," she explained.
Glanville said they also talked about, "what bothered me, what bothered her and it was like hours of conversation and it wasn't all pleasant."
While she said that, in the end, they're "not always going to agree on everything," they're in a good place now and the kids have "never been happier."
"The kids were so happy that day because I actually got to go inside the house, I had never been in their house, which is really nice," Glanville continued. "They love her, she loves them and everyone's happy. The hardest part was her and I going at it and now that that is done, the kids are super happy."
When Pratt noted he would be "terrified" to deal with an ex like Glanville if she were in Rimes' shoes, Brandi retold the story of how she did "threaten to kill her one time ... just once."
Though she had previously revealed this tale in a book, it's a good one to bring up again. "So imagine, another woman holding you baby and you walk up to see your older son's soccer game and this is brand new and she's holding your baby, who's still a baby," she explained. "I walked up and I grabbed Jake so hard like, I'll f--king kill you if you ever touch my baby again."
"This was before they were married, this was way too soon for her to even be at a soccer game, Eddie and I are still married and going through it," she continued. "I was shaking and trembling and really wanted to harm her. Now it's fine."
"If you can't beat them, join them," Brandi concluded. "She's always going to post family photos, she's always gonna say 'my boys' and I just have to accept it or I can continue to fight with her which I don't want to do."