Hello, my lovelies! (Oh, wait, The Lovelies is what Game Grumps fans call themselves. What can I call my fans? … Oh yeah, “No one.”) Thanks for putting up with the sporadic posting this week while I was in Vegas. I promise things will go back to normal next week, because I’m staying home forever now. Although Vegas was fun. We ended up playing a Dolly Parton slot machine in the airport while waiting for our plane, and we won $100 off of the $5 we put into it. Not too shabs, really. Anyway, back to normal next week, promise. Now, it’s time to close the week off with the RuPaul’s Drag Race Round-Up.
- First up, here’s the latest episode of Willam‘s This Is Not The Beatdown. Or is it Billiam’s Wheatdown? Meh, who knows. Anyway, the latest video involves Willam’s bus breaking down in the middle of nowhere while she and a bunch of other queens were on their way to the Battle of the Seasons. It features singing Sharon Needles and Michelle Visage, mopey Alaska, Xanax-popping Pandora Boxx, high/sleepy Detox and Manila Luzon wearing a neck-pillow THE ENTIRE TIME. (I have a thing about neck pillows.)
- Here’s the lastest episode of RuPaul Drives …, featuring Chris Crocker, the guy from that thing you may or may not have seen possibly. (No, seriously, what does he do?) Although I love the fact that RuPaul basically says exactly what I’ve been saying for years: Porn is great if you have a good understand of who you are, but if you’re just doing it to cash out? You’re going to get out of it what you put in.
- Sharon Needles and Alaska are back in the wile with Pure Camp, and this week they’re … playing horseshoes. I remember camping when we were kids (my parents weren’t really good at understanding what “fun” meant) and I don’t remember horseshoes being something we did. My brothers usually just set sh!t on fire while I curled up with a book, wishing I was back home where I could use my own toilet in peace.
- And finally, if you haven’t heard by now, RuPaul is returning as a Mac Viva Glam girl, just in time for the lost season of RuPaul’s Drag Race. If you don’t know, Viva Glam is a line by Mac where all the sales are donated to HIV/AIDS research, and RuPaul was the first ever spokesmodel for the line. Well, she’s returned to reclaim her crown, and you can see her testimony on what being a Viva Glam Girl means to her.