We're just one episode away from the season 5 reunion of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” and one thing is for sure – there will be plenty of drama to discuss. On Tuesday night, the “Housewives” tried their best to put the drama in the past as they enjoyed their final moments in Amsterdam. After jokingly slapping Lisa Vanderpump in the face on a previous episode, Brandi Glanville tried to make things right. Unfortunately for her, Lisa was unwilling to accept the apology. Brandi opted out of the final dinner in favor of a date with a 23-year-old on the trip, putting a few of the other ladies at ease.

Although things were peaceful for a moment, the drama is expected to heat back up as the Beverly Hills ladies take the stage for the reunion special. According to E! News, this season's reunion will be “more emotional than past years.” A source claims that's “because the drama was real; it wasn't just about petty stuff.”

This year, sources say it's Brandi who will face most of the backlash from the other women. This should come as no surprise to anyone who tuned in to Season 5, during which the 43-year-old has issues with several members of the cast, including Lisa Rinna, Kyle Richards, Eileen Davidson and Lisa V. Fortunately for her, she also made a few very loyal friends during this season who will have her back.

“There was definitely no love lost between her and several cast members. Kim sided with her – so did Yolanda for a bit,” a source revealed. 

E! reports that Yolanda was forced to leave the set early due to complications from her Lyme disease. It was only then that Brandi's anger toward her co-stars spiraled out of control. On a recent episode of her podcast, Brandi took a moment to apologize for her actions during taping of the special. If she's apologizing before it's even aired, you know things got out of hand. The controversial reality TV star told listeners she had planned to keep her mouth shut, but couldn't help herself.

“You want to fight the fight, and I went in there saying, 'I'm going to be quiet the whole time. I'm not giving them anything,' and then I lost my temper. And it was craziness. Like crazy. But having said that, I've gotta own what I did and said,” she revealed.

While Brandi's conflicts with her fellow “Real Housewives” probably will be the center of the reunion, reports suggest the feud between sisters Kim and Kyle will also get its moment in the spotlight. TMZ claims the two have hardly spoken since November. Though their issues, which played out in front of Bravo's cameras, were a large part of that, the site claims it was an incident with Kim's dog that was the last straw.

Tune in to “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” reunion show on Tuesday, March 31 at 9 p.m. EDT on Bravo.