"There is no excuse for Tamra's behavior at the height of this party," Heather writes in her Bravo blog. "She definitely was like a nuclear bomb ready to explode. I tried to diffuse her a bit -- but you can see that had mixed results."
However, one person whose behavior Heather did approve of at the party was Lydia McLaughlin's.
"I thought Lydia was a true voice of reason," she says. "If you had been sitting at the dinner, as she was, you could see that everyone was trying to say their point of view. Alexis wasn't allowing it. It's very hard to have a conversation that way, heated or otherwise."
Heather even has some regrets about her own attitude at the party.
"As far as my comment about being medicated for 'rich girl' problems goes, I regret saying that," Heather writes. "Mental health is a serious issue and people go on medications for all kinds of reasons."
"I was just exasperated that this issue from Costa Rica — which had been discussed between Alexis and myself and had moved on from in my opinion — is still the focus of Alexis's dialogue," she adds. "At some point, you need to stop blaming others and take responsibility for your own life and choices you make."
Also, Heather says she has spent plenty of time with Brooks Ayers and hasn't seen any issues with the way he treats Vicki Gunvalson.
"[Brooks] has always been fun, funny, gentlemanly, and appropriate," Heather says. "Terry and I have never witnessed any of the behavior that Ryan was talking about."
We're sure this won't be the last we hear of people discussing Brooks on the show.