They both got some good punches in.

After this, we wouldn’t be too surprised if a third iteration of Surviving R. Kelly debuted at the top of next year. Thus far, Lifetime has aired two versions of the docu-series. The first part was an introduction to all of the abuse that R. Kelly’s alleged victims have lived through for decades. It set off the media take-down of the disgraced singer, who is now awaiting trial in several states for his sexual crimes against underage girls. The second season, which aired just a few days ago, focuses on the direct aftermath. Perhaps the head honchos at Lifetime will be able to strike a deal with Azriel Clary, one of R. Kelly’s former live-in girlfriends to tell her story after she got into a physical fight with Joycelyn Savage, Kelly’s other girl.