“Jon and John are so gay, that instead of recapping this week’s episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race, they just went ahead and _______(ed) it!” Do we have a match! Watch as Jon and I provide clues, answers and just lots of rude commentary about this week’s big bodacious episode. SPOILER ALERT: We will of course tell you who got sent home so please go and watch the full episode first (available at LogoTV.com).
SPOILER ALERT, AGAIN: In the photos below we’re going to reveal who some of the queens impersonated on Snatch Game, so if you don’t want to know that, don’t go any further.
When in doubt, go with “Anus!” (Yes, everything I know I learned from Alaska. AND Lady Bunny.)
Were there any Snatch-tastic surprises? Hmmmm… I’d say Kennedy‘s choice was totally unexpected — and she was pretty damn great. But so was Pearl (She’s funny!) and even Violet… Weirdly, Violet doing Alyssa Edwards on Snatch Game was way more successful than when Alyssa herself was on Snatch Game doing Katy Perry. And basically, anything that gets us more Alyssa in our lives — even a fake one — is wonderful. And you can get more Alyssa yourself by watching “Alyssa’s Secret,” too. Plug, plug.)
And we had to say goodbye to a very prominent queen this week, too. No spoilers here but… She was classy beyond her years. But then we also got Ru’s twisted little announcement at show’s end so… Will a departed queen get to swish back into the competition next week? And if so… WHO’S IT GONNA BE??? (Comment on the YouTube recap video, and tell us who you wanna see prance back.)
OK. I gotta go. Tamar Braxton is double-parked and we’re heading out to go wig shopping, grab a bite at the Cheesecake Factory and talk about pinching Michael Urie‘s butt when we were all on set together this past week. Byyyyeeeeee!
Ahhh, yes. It was a full-on Donatella turf war in the workroom this week, darling! Maybe they should have ALL done Donatella. Then we can just call the episode Dona-chella! (Ya know, like it’s Coachella, but with all Donatellas… Um, ok, never mind.)
“That’s all folks. Say goodnight, Jo(h)ns!”
All righty, Dragazoons! Thanks for watching! And if you’re in L.A. the weekend of May 16th-17th, come to the draggedy jamboree that will be RuPaul’s DragCon! Ru will speak, many queens from all seasons of Drag Race will be on hand, plus lots of celebs too! It’s gonna get severe. See you there, queen!