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Quick, someone check to see if pigs are flying!

Though the feuding between Teresa Guidice and Kathy Wakile shows no sign of slowing down on this season of The Real Housewives of New Jersey, it seems like Bravo's leading ladies are finally getting along off-screen!

Kathy exclusively told E! News that relations between the Guidice and Wakile clans, as well as Melissa Gorga's family, are stable, but stressed that Teresa should tread lightly when it comes to writing about this season's shenanigans...

"It took a lot of work, but Teresa and I are finally in a comfortable place," Kathy, who just became the newest member of the Wines By Wives club, told us. "We're speaking. We can have a nice conversation."

And though sister-in-laws Teresa and Melissa have had some pretty epic battles on RHONJ, Kathy says the ladies seem to have squashed the tension between them. "From what I understand, things are much better, yes," Kathy spilled.

READ: Teresa  tells us she's "tired of crying"!

But the truce between Teresa and Kathy could be a fleeting one if Teresa's blog posts for Bravo continue to point the finger at her for all the drama currently going down in the episodes, which were filmed five months ago.

"It's hard watching the episodes now because we're not in that place anymore," Kathy admitted. "So what she keeps putting in her blog is very strange to me. When I read some of the things she's writing, all I can say is, she's really kicking the hornet's nest."

However, it seems as though Kathy really is ready to end the drama wih Teresa for good, telling us, "I know I don't want to go back to that dark place. I just hope she feels the same."

The Real Housewives of New Jersey airs Sunday at 8 p.m. on Bravo.

(E! and Bravo are both part of the NBCUniversal family.)

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