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.
Canada continues to keep us guessing down to the last lap! The Top 3 march the familiar paces of a finale challenge, with interviews, recording sessions and choreography rehearsals leading to a final floor show for their eliminated co-stars and just-fa...
We’ve seen the queens shivering through Untucked all season, but things get especially chilly this week as the final four bundle up for The Snow Ball. While the mini-challenge was a delightfully mild Act One,
The final five find family resemblance in a quintet of brave new Canadians for this week’s makeover challenge. While the judges understandably soured on Lemon and Lime and were not amused by the Baga sisters’ clowning around,
Canada is pulling the padge for this week’s maxi improv challenge, the Miss Loose Jaw pageant. Lemon’s appeal continues to show as she immerses herself into the character of Miss Fitts, Jimbo deepthroats a microphone as the town pump,
This week’s episode is all about bad advice—whether it’s from shammy psychics in the mini challenge, lunatic late night lawyers in the maxi challenge, or flawed feedback from the judges on the runway. Lemon continues to bring great flavor to this seaso...
Chi Chi DeVayne has always been an Alright Mary favorite. While we are heartbroken to lose such a bright light in the Drag Race community, we also wanted to celebrate some of our favorite memories of the bayou queen this week.
It’s not a season without Snatch Game and despite an all-American panel of celebrities, the queens of the north did Canada proud. Jimbo gave us the Joan Rivers we’ve been waiting for, Rita Baga delivered a living, breathing,
There’s always that moment during a season when different elements click and we’re left with a completely satisfying episode. This week, CDR recycles some old storylines amidst a favorite reality show challenge and creates something new.
This week, in line with the chaotic charm of Canada’s Drag Race, Johnny has a laughing fit about Colin’s Suspiria reference and is actually sorry aboot it. They discuss why the rap battle didn’t work visually,
This week, the Top 11 Canuck Queens are drawing inspiration from historical moments in television–specifically the infamous Heritage Minutes. (Recorded July 10, 2020). From burnt toast to suffragettes, Canada’s aspiring next drag superstars continue to...