Well Darlings, I’m still simply gasping for air after last nights episode of drag race, I must simply gain some good ‘ol southern composure before I can post today’s review. Now forgive me while i take a few moments in the Interior Illusions Lounge (which in the off season is a conference room and shiter) to gather my thoughts!
Prepare Yourself for spoilers!
Please Skip until you’ve watched the Drag Race Episode from tonight (4/2/2012). Or don’t skip it because heaven knows this is probably more entertaining than that 90 minutes of nonsense (just kidding, if you missed tonight’s episode it will be on again at 11:30 or 12 midnight, and you can watch it tomorrow on www.logo.tv)
I’ve simply been gagging for the last week waiting on pins and Sharon needles to see which one of the queens would get brought back. Would it be Dita, or maybe Jiggly, or that big with the breast plate from episode 1 (what was her name again?) I must say my boy friend and I stopped breathing when that pint sized serving of fish came swimming in from Puerto Rico and Kenya Michaels re entered the work room *cue subtitles*
Though as predictable as ever Ru pairs each of the Queens up with (in most cases) a hunky straight man (poor latrice). Was I the only one giggling when Sharon called her DILF a freak?
Most of this episode was very uneventful, with the exception of the ‘play fight’ between Chad and Robin Mansions (REALLY Sharon, come on honey) which for a moment I would have loved to see Chad beat that hunky man down! But Chad is far to classy for that shit.
And honestly can someone PLEASE tell me when Jennifer Love Hugetit… i mean Hewitts titties get so damned big? I MEAN HONESTLY!
Once on the runway the queens (try to) turn it out with their Daddy Mam’s and give a strip tease and maternity line for Sears realness, and in a surprise turn of events Miss Phi Phi O’Hare cried over the bonding she had with her Daddy Mama and how her own dad has missed out. It might not make her a good person, but at least it shows she’s not dead on the inside… for the most part. Phi Phi of course wins the challenge for the amazing mirror act she did with her Daddy Mama, and I believe this was much deserved!
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As a repeat of last year Kenya Michaels (A La Carmen Carera) must compete against power house veteran ( and my personal favorite ) Latrice Royale, and I could not believe the amount of poise, grace, and humbleness Latrice brings to this show week after week, and she once again sends Miss Kenya Michaels packing… again…
A (Hopefully) final farewell to the Fishy little bombshell Kenya Michaels, see you at the reunion (where I can’t wait till me hear what Willam did, though at this point I bet it’s boring and completely stupid. I’m sorry though who just HAPPENS to bring 1000 star stickers with you own head shot on them…. i mean honestly)
So once again we are left with the top four of Chad Michaels, Sharon Needles, Latrice Royale, and Phi Phi O’hare. Who will win? I personally think it’s going to be between Latrice and Chad.
So Willam was one of my least favorite queens of season 4. But with her pointed wit and jessica simpson like oblivious nature, she won my heart. And in true Willam fashion had the most shocking moment in all 4 seasons of Ru Paul’s Drag Race, with her still rather mysterious elimination.
This video has become my FAVORITE drag queen parody video, watch out Sherry Vine, here comes Willam!
So far this season has had some beauties, and some BEASTS. No T no shade, but when they said this is the best America has to offer, were they looking at every outlet mall from Paramus, NJ. to Pigeon Forge Tenesse? Well I’m going back and recapping the best and worst moments so far this season. Oh… wait… does anyone even remember the name of the first bitch thrown off… the one with the fake titties? I didn’t think so ;-).