Kim Richards, Kyle Richards, Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

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The state of their relationship has been a point of contention for much of this season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, but we haven't seen Kyle Richards and her sister Kim Richards speak to one another once. That all changes now.

For the first time since their nasty feuding at last season's cast reunion, not to mention Kim's dramatic arrest and subsequent trip to rehab, the sisters are sitting down for some much needed face time (with cameras present)—and E! News has your exclusive first look at the tear-filled occasion. In the clip below, Kim appears healthy and willing to make peace with her younger sister. Kyle, on the other hand, seems wary of traveling down a familiar road.

"I get stuck between wanting to talk it through and work it out and not brush things under the carpet and the other side of me is like, 'I don't even want bring it up and deal with that stuff,'" she tells Kim.

"For us to bring things up from the past can be so detrimental because then it's just stirring up old stuff that isn't healthy," Kim replies. "But if something does come up that is going to effect our life today, then we need to talk about it and we need to do it quietly and the right way, and not with a group of people because that's where everything took a terrible turn for you and I." Cue the flashback clips of Brandi Glanville and Lisa Rinna!

Thought the conversation is a necessary one, that doesn't mean it'll be easy. In fact, the clip even ends with one sister admitting to the other that she feels like her sibling hates her. Which one? Well, you're going to have to press play and watch to find that out.

And to see how this all shakes out, be sure to tune in to this week's episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills on Tuesday at 9 p.m. on Bravo!

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

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