Welcome Back, Trashcans! What’d you think about this week? Looks like humanizing the queens is still the priority as we draw closer and closer to the finale.
After MKD’s Elimination, everyone gets on Pearl’s case for her negative attitude and for saying she doesn’t want to be there every five minutes. But she is proving each week that she, in fact, DOES want it and other queens are just scared of her because the judges love her.
The next day, the queens enter the workroom. Max enters with a tiny parasol and acts very uptight when the queens start talking about sex. Maybe she is a eunuch. Or maybe talking about boners with Ginger Minj is not at the top of her priority list. The pit crew enters with a dozen mostly naked male friends to play an arousing game of Monster Junk. Ginger Minj wins and is allowed to pick teams for the Ru Hollywood Stories challenge. In teams of three, one queen will play Michelle, another Merle, and another Ru to tell the story of how Michelle ruplaced Merle as Ru’s main bitch. Does anyone miss Merle? I kind of do. She was a classier version of Michelle. I wouldn’t mind seeing Merle around more often.
We see them all rehearsing with Ross. As much as I dislike Ginger, she is clearly killing this challenge. Katya seems like Christine Baranski in an ill-fitting pink suit. KandyGo doesn’t bother to pull her wig down all the way, and she paints on her best friend, the big black beard. Max looks constipated and uncomfortable as Merle, and Violet complains a lot. Miss Fame loudly flails in this challenge. Miss Fame is super into The Secret and apparently Radical Honesty – she (or the chicken where her brain should be) reports every single thought that passes through her brain.
The ladies prepare for the Death Becomes Her challenge. Kennedy rambles about her character “morphosizing after a night of hooking” or some nonsense. Jaidynn’s family is homophobic but they are sorta ok with her doing drag. Good thing Jaidynn is coming out on national television. That’s very brave.