Talk about out of control! We love how many crazy moments The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills manages to pack into one episode, whether it's Joyce Giraud poppin' a cap, or Kyle Richards having a sexy reason to enjoy Shabbat. Here are our picks for the top five most ridiculous moments from Season 4, Episode 12: "Tough Break."

5. Lisa and Kyle bicker

Does Kyle always need to have the last word? That appears to be Lisa’s opinion, who (somewhat) jokingly tells this to Kyle at the restaurant after Kyle makes a crack about how she’ll decide when they’re having issues. Sometimes these two seem tight, and at other times their underlying issues are tough to conceal.

4. Carlton picks out her favorite stripper

Tension continues between Carlton and Kyle, with Kyle quipping that she wouldn’t want to meet Carlton in a dark alley. But Carlton also has a bit of fun at her home before the self-defense session, as auditions strippers on the pole for her party. That last stripper she saw was pretty darn skilled! We were just about to reach for our dollar bills.

3. Kim and Kyle settle things in the ring

Perhaps the funniest moment of the night was seeing Kim and Kyle go at it in the boxing ring, after Kyle politely asks Kim not to kick her in “the penis.” Seems like a logical request to us. And who would have guessed that Kim would take Kyle down?

2. Brandi finally bonds with her dad

Brandi and her father, Guy, have been feuding all season long. But they finally put their differences aside after Brandi’s reading in Sacramento. And a lot of the credit goes to Yolanda, who does a stellar job of smoothing things over. If only Yolanda could help solve any issues that pop up in our lives.

1. Brandi feels babied by Lisa  about her broken hand and her drinking

The one big bummer about the self-defense class is that Brandi fractures her hand on the instructor’s head. Then, things get worse when Brandi feels Lisa is “mothering” her by continually telling her to seek medical attention for the injury. If you ask us, Brandi is a bit overly sensitive to Lisa, who is just using common sense.