Real Housewives of N.Y.C.: Something Fishy Happens in Coney Island

Real Housewives of N.Y.C.: Something Fishy Happens in Coney Island
From left: Heather Thomson, Sonja Morgan, Ramona Singer, Kristen Taekman, Carole Radziwill and Aviva Drescher of The Real Housewives of New York City
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04/09/2014 07:15AM

The Real Housewives of New York City was filled with magical creatures Tuesday night, including mermaids, tooth fairies and Diddy divas.

Hell in the Hamptons took a turn for the worse after last week when Heather Thomson continued to defend friend Carole Radziwill over the never-ending Bookgate battle.

"Get this bitch outta here … someone needs to take out the trash," Thomson said about Aviva Drescher's pal, Amanda Sanders, before turning her wrath (and a lot of f-bombs) on Drescher herself. "Aviva, you are full of empty bull––––. No one likes you. No one wants to be around you."





"Heather didn't hang out with Diddy for no reason," said Sonja Morgan. "She's got street cred."

Morgan didn't have dental cred, however, when her bottom tooth fell out at a brunch she held the following day.

"Oh, God, my tooth fell out again … I have to Polident it," said Morgan, 50, whose tooth fairy interns then helped recreate her smile. "I'm too young to be Polidenting. Is Fixodent better than Polident?"



But Radziwill took top magical honors after being named the Mermaid Queen for the Coney Island Mermaid Parade, which helped raise money for the boardwalk and community following Hurricane Sandy and also kicked off the summer season on Coney Island.

"[The parade] draws out families to naked freaks, so our group will fit right in," joked Radziwill, 50.



The women shopped for seashell bras, bright wigs and glittery gowns with fins, before hitting the parade route (and taking an unexpected ride).

"Drag queens with alcohol or high school cheerleaders?" Kristen Taekman laughed, deciding option one was more fun and choosing to ride on the wrong float. "[This one] drinks like fishes."

And yet again Morgan popped a different tooth, to which LuAnn de Lesseps laughed, "We'll put a little seaweed on it."



"Maybe next time they'll get my name right," said Queen "Karen" Radziwill, after they flubbed her name at the ribbon cutting.

But this fish didn't flip out, opting to read a poem on the beach with her other washed-ashore mermaids.

"Now we're part of the mermaid sisterhood," Radziwill said.

That is until someone gets their scales in a tizzy.

The Real Housewives of New York City airs Tuesdays (9 p.m. ET) on Bravo.

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