RuPaul's Drag Race Season 9 Episode 3

S9E3 Draggily Ever After

Draggily Ever After (S9E3) is the Third episode of season Nine of "RuPaul's Drag Race" released on Friday April 07, 2017 on VH1 (3 years ago). This episode got 757 Facebook reactions and 173 tweets during the month of the release.

Featured guest appearances from Cheyenne Jackson, Todrick Hall.

Official Trailer / Fan Reaction Video via Youtube

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Fan Buzz

We have so many established hotbeds of drag (Washington, and some great up and coming areas (Columbus, OH) that get no attention because the casting agents want to pick multiple people from NYC, Chicago, Seattle, etc. It's even worse when two (or more) queens know each other in the same season. The show is similar to ANTM in that it has a series of challenges for the contestants. While I appreciate new and different styles of drag, it seems each of the last few seasons have had people who were more performance artists (Milk, Sharon, Nina Bo'Nina, Max) than drag queen. Sure, they are fun to watch, but female illusion should always remain a priority in a drag queen show.

Episode Recap

However, it’s Trinity who takes the win, not because she’s able to access her inner pageant girl, but because her mustached, redneck-starfish sidekick shows an ability to adapt that comes from maintaining a dedicated werq ethic. Meanwhile, Farrah Moan trots herself out in an adequate, if certainly not thrilling, outfit, but the true tragedy is her inability to tap into that lack of sartorial confidence, or to make her sidekick (a Flounder-esque blowfish) serve as a counterpoint. Instead, the eyes painted onto her downturned eyelids only serve to underline the pallor of wrongness. After launching queens (some older and wider than Violet Chachki) into the rafters last week in a cheer-team boot-camp blitz, this week Ru turns from assessing the contestants’ physical selves to their <...> - by The House Next Door [Eric Henderson]


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