The Bell theorem (and its variations) suggests that either locality or reality is wrong. The PBR (Pusey-Barrett-Rudolph) theorem (and its variations) suggests that quantum state is real (ontologic). So what do they tell us together? Do they suggest that eventually it is only locality which is wrong? Do they suggest that the right interpretation of quantum mechanics should be formulated in terms of nonlocal reality? Or perhaps "reality" in Bell theorem has nothing to do with "reality" in PBR theorem?