In sneak peek at the April 6 episode shared by Entertainment Tonight, Hollman, Brittingham, and the rest of the cast will be seen on their girls trip to Oklahoma, where they are treated to an “experience” with a Bigfoot hunter.
Although the experience was meant to be a fun thing for the ladies, Hollman quickly found herself upset at Brittingham as she ridiculed the hunter for his hobby.
Stephanie Hollman Was Embarrassed By Kary Brittingham’s Behavior
When Brittingham later questions her cast mates about how they felt about the experience, Hollman takes the opportunity to call her out for her rude behavior.
“That guy took time out of his day to come and give us an experience, he was here as a guest and you were very, very, very, very, very rude,” Hollman says to Brittingham,. “Like, I was honestly embarrassed about how rude you were to him.”
After hearing what Hollman had to say, Brittingham apologizes, telling her, “I’m sorry, Stephanie,” before giggling about the sentiments.
Stephanie Hollman Knew Kary Brittingham’s Apology Wasn’t Genuine
“You’re not sorry, ’cause you’re laughing when you say it,” Hollman replies. “You treated him very, very poorly. And he’s not stupid, he knew what you were saying. He came out of his way to come here…”
“I get it,” Brittingham interjects. “You told me already, five times.”
But Hollman isn’t backing down and suggests Brittingham call the huntsman to offer a sincere apology for the way she treated him.
“I would like for you to call him and apologize,” she asks her cast mate.
Stephanie Hollman Further Detailed Her Feelings In A Confessional
While speaking to the cameras in her cast confessional, Hollman says, “I never speak up, and Kary knows that. So, the fact that I’m saying something and she’s laughing it off hurts my feelings. If it’s a deal to me, then she should at least listen and try and be understanding.”
Although Hollman feels strongly about what took place, Brittingham doesn’t seem to be willing to offer an apology.
“I say the apology the way I want,” she explains, noting that she wants to say she’s sorry only because her friend is upset.
Kary Brittingham Doesn’t Feel She’s A Bully
During an interview with Entertainment Tonight last week, Brittingham admitted to being “disappointed” by the “bully” label she’s received throughout season five.
“I don’t feel like I’m a bully,” she shared. “I mean, am I confrontational? Yes. Am I feisty? Yes, but that’s very different than being a bully and that does hurt my feelings, but, I’m hoping that eventually people will see through me and they’ll move on. I mean, I can’t control how people feel.”
To see more of Hollman, Brittingham, and their cast mates, don’t miss new episodes of “The Real Housewives of Dallas” season five on Tuesday nights at 9/8c on Bravo.