Alright Mary is two parts Drag Race viewing party, one part queer studies lecture and a healthy dose of obscure pop culture references, all wrapped in a nuanced layer of dad jokes and pun-offs served weekly with a side of piping-hot tea.
Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the Gregg’s, the UK is giving us another season of drag royalty competing for potential superstardom once the show airs. This week we’re breaking down our first impressions of all 12 queens (well,
Hey Mary! We’re dropping this mini episode to catch you up on what’s to come on our Patreon feed this month, as well as everything we’ve posted from the past month on both our Sister Mary and OnlyMary’s levels. August was a month of brackets,
The final four are putting the C.U.N.T in “country” this week for a classic All Stars finale. There’s not much left to discuss or do except to learn more choreography from Jamal Sims, have a 30 minute consultation on stage with Ru in Michelle,
While it takes a real cunning linguist to say the name of this week’s episode, the Top 5: Part 2 queens deserve snaps all around for this storytelling challenge. Ginger, now doing almost too well in the competition,
Crunch crunch, munch munch, Silky Nutmeg Ganache is here to eat the competition for lunch. The infamous game within a game is finally here–a weekly lip sync showdown between eliminated queens that very quickly becomes Silky’s unstoppable rise to potent...
Ooh baby, this week’s Drag Tots extended promo/design challenge really ended with a boom clap of a lip sync, and reigning assassin Kameron Michaels had something to say about it. We kick things off this week diving into the end of the episode,
Six celebrity Snatchelorettes try their luck at love and improv in this week’s perennial gauntlet of a challenge, Snatch Game (of Love). After Phyllis Diller and Dolly Parton play verbal volleyball over Whitney Houston’s head,
This week’s girl group challenge takes on an activism twist with inspirational lyrics about self-love and positivity. (Okay, this may not be that much of a twist for a Drag Race song.) Jan takes the self-love note and runs with it,
It’s already time to say “adios” to a fabulous season of Drag Race, but not before putting the Top 3 through the usual finale paces. We have less to say about the reunion than we do about the final challenge this week,
This week’s supersized ooky-spooky acting challenge casts the queens as witchy women from the world of Ryan Murphy–including some unfortunate typecasting of Jan as Leah Michelle, a perfect Pandora Crawford, and a lovely Lange from Kylie Sonique.