All in Episodes

Thirsty Queens Everywhere - 336

A review of RuPaul's Drag Race Season 11, Episode 12: Queens Everywhere. With just family in the studio, Eustace and Rob dig into this episode of Drag Race to determine the real reason for saving Vanessa Vanjie, who is Contender and who is Pretender (Extreme Edition), what they could tell their past selves to make things better, and whether or not the Pride of Season 11 — Nina West — could have made it through this episode anyway.

We Object, with Guest Dino Pruccoli - 335

A review of RuPaul's Drag Race Season 11, Episode 11: Bring Back My Queens. Shaken, but not deterred, Rob and Eustace differ right from the start on the outcome of this earth-quaking episode. And things get heated. Hot Seat Guest, Dino Pruccoli joins, only to add to the disagreement. Dino argues that Nina wasn’t great, Silky was terrible, and they should have both gone home. Dino also calls out Rob on his gates! Finally…!

Game Day Extra with Paul Warren - 334

A Game Day Extra with further discussion of RuPaul's Drag Race Season 11, Episode 10: Dragracadabra. Rob, Eustace and Guest Paul Warren discuss Vanjie’s strategy, and whether or not Silky was sleeping…through the Challenge. Also, who’s coming back and who to look out for at the Reunion.

And *POOF*, Shuga was Gone - 333

A review of RuPaul's Drag Race Season 11, Episode 10: Dragracadabra. Rob and Eustace come in hard with critiques of the episode and the Producers’ dirty shenanigans. Then, they welcome Professional Magician Aaron from Trickery to give his expert opinion on the girls: what Vanjie really did wrong, why Yvie couldn’t be the winner, and who’s really the hardest working Queen in Ru’s Magical Universe. All this, and so much more.

RuNo 9*1*1 - 332

A review of RuPaul's Drag Race Season 11, Episode 9: L.A.D.P. Rob and Eustace discuss the episode, and break down Brooke’s real strategy, Silky’s steamrolling, Vanjie’s lack of control and what it means to have structure, and determine Nina’s last, best hope. All this, and so much more.

Snatch with a Sea - 331

A review of RuPaul's Drag Race Season 11, Episode 8: Snatch at Sea. Rob and Eustace cast off for deep water, reviewing the queens and this Snatch Game episode. Michal Czopczyc joins the guys in the Hot Seat, giving his point of view about the double-save, the Vanjie predicament, and says what he thinks is wrong with Nina West, and declares the Snatch as “meh”. All this, and so much more.

Organtic and Raw - 330

A review of RuPaul's Drag Race Season 11, Episode 7: Farm to Runway. At the crowing of the rooster, Rob and Eustace start to work on these who’es: Nina, Vanjie, Yvie and Silky get the crop. Then, a very special guest from town drops by to discuss Dr. Ru’s Werq Room visitation, Plastique’s break-through, and hay-bale-gate. All this, and so much more, y’all.

The Gayer Games - 329

A review of RuPaul's Drag Race Season 11, Episode 6: Draglympics. Rob and Eustace marvel at the challenge for this “betweener” episode, and as judges give it maybe an 8, overall? Then, they race into stats, discuss Scarlet’s untimely demise and A’Keria’s laurels. Then they pass the ball to Paul Warren who breaks it down on his top-5, the “new Wiggate”, and what’s missing with Plastique. Before they part, they ask, “What’s in Nina’s future”? All this, and so much more.

All Balls and No D - 328

A review of RuPaul's Drag Race Season 11, Episode 5: Monsters Ball. Rob and Eustace deconstruct the episode, and reanimate what horrors could possibly create a winner on a 3-lerk Monsters Ball episode. Was Ariel DOA before the Lip Sync? Later, they reconstruct the mad science of Dr. Ru: is she working to destroy the Girls AND shake the Werq Room foundations? And roving reportress Paul Warren does a feature on Silky’s Republican party gambit from last episode. All this, and so much more.

Orange is the New Drag, with the Charming Derry Queen - 327

A review of RuPaul's Drag Race Season 11, Episode 4: Trump, the Rusical. Rob and Eustace talk stats and the behind-the-scenes politics of a Muslim Queen going home on a week about 45. Then, the ever-charming Derry Queen, lady-about-town in Chicago, joins to discuss the girls’ strategies and what’s in store for Ra’Jah, to praise Yvie’s drag, and reveal who they think really won the challenge. All this, and so much more.

#3MTh - Herstory Making, Shade Giving - 326

#3MTh DragCenter-ic news and views. In this episode: RPDR11’s Yvie Oddly’s (and everyone’s) issues with Fashion Photo Ruview, Alaska hosts a new type of Drag pageant, Monet takes issue with racists, and Honey Davenport says you didn’t really see her best bits. All this and more, in just 3 mins.

A Network of Praise for the I.B.B.N. - 325

A review of RuPaul's Drag Race Season 11, Episode 3: Diva Worship. Rob and Eustace sing the praises of the episode, two challenges in one: the mini and the maxi. The guys discuss that 6-Queen Lip Sync (and the stat upset) then dig deep into specifics about performances. Was it Miss Vanjie over Nina? If God is Love, then making-out in the Werq Room is next to godliness? Is someone praying for Mariah Carey’s welfare as she views this important and impactful episode? And let us all pray for Preacher RuPaul and his meddling in the Werq Room! All this, and so much more.

Good "girl_please", and Get Out - 324

A review of RuPaul's Drag Race Season 11, Episode 2: Good God Girl, Get Out. Rob and Eustace start off strong with a list of who’s playing it safe, who needs to go, talk stats, then welcome Paul Warren to a new expert segment. Together, they discuss the optics on Silky, and the lookism and fat-shaming running rampant. All this, and more.

A Very Well-Packed Trunk with Celebrity Make-up Artist Kelly La Banco - 323

A review of RuPaul's Drag Race Season 11, Episode 1: Whatcha Unpackin. Rob and Eustace talk first impressions and rave about the first challenge on this very packed episode. Superfan Kyle Klatt joins them to rank all the girls as Contender/Pretender. Then, Make-up Artist to the Stars, Kelly La Banco gives her personal tops/bottoms of the contestants, and offers some helpful criticism. All this, and more.

#3MTh - Season 11 Escandalo

#3MTh DragCenter-ic news and views. In this episode, updates on the RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 11 Competitor Brooke Lynn Hytes, and her #blackface scandal. And, it is PREMIERE DAY for Season 11! Can you handle it? All this and more, in just 3 mins or less.

A Fricken Tie? with Super Queen Don Glenn - 321

A review of RuPaul's Drag Race Allstars 4, Episode 10: Super Queen Grand Finale. Eustace and Rob talk turkeys with this final episode of Allstars 4. Later, charming Male Nurse Don Glenn stops by to administer attitude with his unique brand of bedside bitchiness. The big question: why oh why is there a tie? All this, and more.

Sex and the $hitty Challenge with the Magical Paul Warren - 320

A review of RuPaul's Drag Race Allstars 4, Episode 9: Sex and the Kitty Girl. Frequent guest Paul Warren steps into the Co-Host seat on this episode. Together, he and Eustace discuss this god-awful challenge, the heavily disputed runway looks, talk about what’s next for the queens (and us), and Paul tells who he believes should get the coveted crown. All this, and more.

The Hottest Club is DragCenter w/Super Guest Matt Christiansen - 318

A review of RuPaul's Drag Race Allstars 4, Episode 7: Queens of Clubs. Rob and Eustace discuss the episode and the return to ACTUAL challenges, discuss then welcome their #1 #tuckpuncher to the Hot Seat: Matt Christiansen. They discuss Trinity’s comedy, Latrice’s drag, and Manila’s likability in this game we call Allstars, and Matt gets his tight a$$ memed off. All this, and more.

Plot Twist!, Part Deux w/Super Queen Alvin dela Cruz - 317

A review of RuPaul's Drag Race Allstars 4, Episode 6: LaLaPaRUza. Rob and Eustace discuss impressions of this epic episode, using sports metaphors — that’s worth a listen! — then talk winners and losers and all that’s in between. Then, they welcome Alvin dela Cruz to the Hot Seat: perhaps, the hot-seatiest of them all, together they shade the double-save, discuss the new Jailhouse Latrice, and try to describe whatever you call what Trinity was wearing. And…it’s the return of Meme-Your-Ass off! And maybe this is really Instapoll-a-RU-za. Don’t miss this one, because it’s all this, and more.