The only frustrating part for me in regards to Crystal's behavior is her complete refusal to just say it. Sutton and Garcelle told her that Sutton was ok with her repeating this "dark possibly damaging" moment so....like....just do it instead of this "I'm not going to say it, it's like really bad!!". You know Andy's not going to let it go at the reunion and production will scour the footage from Tahoe to find whatever you're alluding to which is going to result in two possible scenarios: A) you're going to look boo boo the fool when the footage comes out and it's awkward and tone deaf like the "I don't see color" or jacuzzi story but born more out of white privilege and ignorance versus outright racial prejudice or B) you'll look awkward if something actually damaging comes out for keeping your mouth shut and allowing a fellow POC cast member to maintain a friendship with this person without this contextual information. It's literally a lose-lose situation for her. I don't agree with the white cast members approach to this situation at all, and I felt incredibly uncomfortable watching Rinna, Sutton and Kyle come at Crystal but Garcelle has a point that if something dark was said - which, ironically, Erika pointed out correctly is going to lead to people filling in the blanks with their imagination in the worst possible way - then, as a black women, she also deserves to know what was said as it will color her own interactions/friendship with Sutton moving forward. Whether Crystal wants to admit it or not, she's entitled to her feelings but she also needs to realize that her words have actions and implications. My take-away when she uses the word "dark" in this context is that Sutton said something incredibly prejudicial/outright racist or used some kind of racial slur versus the incredibly tone deaf statement that we saw. If it's the former, that would also color my opinion on Sutton as a viewer and whether she deserves this platform moving forward.