History Series / RuPaulsDragRace

15th Nov '17 5:47:20 PM marymichael
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* DragQueen: [[CaptainObvious All of the competitors, naturally.]]

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* DragQueen: [[CaptainObvious All of the competitors, competitors,]] [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin naturally.]]
15th Nov '17 4:34:55 PM marymichael
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* BaldWomen: Many drag queens shave their heads or keep their hair short while in boy mode so that wigs fit better, but several queens like Ongina and The Princess don't wear wigs and actually have completely bald heads as part of their characters.

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* BaldWomen: Many drag queens shave their heads or keep their hair short while in boy mode so that wigs fit better, but several queens like Ongina Ongina, The Princess, and The Princess Sasha Velour don't wear wigs and actually have completely bald heads as part of their characters.
19th Oct '17 8:47:25 AM urutapu
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* SmallAnnoyingCreature: The other queens from Season 5 describe Serena [=ChaCha=] as this, since she's physically very tiny and also [[CuteButCacophonic very loud]], especially at one point where she starts singing randomly and Jinkx visibly winces.

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* SmallAnnoyingCreature: The other queens from Season 5 describe Serena [=ChaCha=] as this, since she's physically very tiny and also [[CuteButCacophonic very loud]], especially at one point where she starts singing randomly (read: one sustained note, suddenly and ''loud'') and Jinkx visibly winces.
25th Sep '17 6:26:28 PM DarkMask
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** During the Season 4 finale, Willam coined the phrase "RuPaulogize", and Ru immediately stated she was going to steal that line at some point. Come next season, one challenge involves the girls putting on a ballet entitled "No RuPaulogies".

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** During the Season 4 finale, Willam coined the phrase "RuPaulogize", "[=RuPaulogize=]", and Ru immediately stated she was going to steal that line at some point. Come next season, one challenge involves the girls putting on a ballet entitled "No RuPaulogies".[=RuPaulogies=]".


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*** This gets referenced again some All Stars 2, in which Roxxxy pronounced 'sash' (like a pageant sash) as 'shaw' or 'shawl'. When corrected by Michelle Visage, she looks horrified and says "oh god, this isn't another 'sequinsed' moment, is it?"
25th Sep '17 6:14:10 PM DarkMask
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** Season 8's Dax ExclamationPoint

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** Season 8's Dax ExclamationPoint[=ExclamationPoint=] is a comic book [[{{Cosplay}} cosplayer]], and both her entrance look and her finale look were both [[OurLawyersAdvisedThisTrope legally safe looks]] inspired by Storm from the ''ComicBook/XMen''[[note]]Her entrance look was based on the 80's mohawk Storm look, sans the mohawk, and her finale look was based on on Storm's Queen of Asgard look[[/note]].
18th Sep '17 10:43:23 PM gizmoman49
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* AscendedExtra: Nebraska, Alaska's veteran from the Season 5 makeover challenge, has since become a professional drag queen on her own.



** During the Season 4 finale, Willam coined the phrase "RuPaulogize", and Ru immediately stated she was going to steal that line at some point. Come next season, one challenge involves the girls putting on a ballet entitled "No RuPaulogies".



** In season 8, Derrick Barry revealed that he was in a three-way relationship with Nebraska, Alaska's gay vet makeover from season 5.
** In season 8, the black and white runway show was inspired by Detox's black and white look from the season 5 crowning episode.

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** In season Season 8, Derrick Barry revealed that he was in a three-way relationship with Nebraska, Alaska's gay vet makeover from season 5.
** In season Season 8, the black and white runway show was inspired by Detox's black and white look from the season 5 crowning episode.


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** During the season 9 finale, after Ru asks previous winner Bob to hand over the crown, Bob responds "I'd like to keep it on, please," an infamous line spoken by Valentina earlier that season.
18th Sep '17 10:33:28 PM urutapu
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** Season 2's Mystique was a continual source of ridicule to the other queens for her general lack of polish and weight, even after she was eliminated. Tatianna received a similar amount of shade for "not being drag enough"--she was easily the fishiest girl in her season, but her looks tended to be basic tube dresses without any flamboyant embellishment.
** Season 3's Stacy Layne Matthews was constantly ostracized by the other queens due to her weight and lack of polish, exemplified by the queens not just saying they were more talented than her (which is par for the course for Drag Race), but by constantly and almost venomously stating in interviews that she did not deserve to be on the show in the first place.

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** Season 2's Mystique was a continual source of ridicule to the other queens for her general lack of polish and weight, even her weight. Even after she was eliminated. eliminated, the queens continued to make fun of her. Tatianna received a similar amount of shade for "not being drag enough"--she was easily the fishiest girl in her season, but several queens made comments on her looks tended to be basic tube dresses without any flamboyant embellishment.
makeup and simple looks.
** Season 3's Stacy Layne Matthews was constantly ostracized by the other queens due to her weight and lack of polish, for the same reasons as Mystique, exemplified by the queens not just saying they were more talented than her (which is par for the course for Drag Race), but by constantly and almost venomously stating in interviews that she did not deserve to be on the show in the first place.
18th Sep '17 10:28:09 PM urutapu
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** Season Two introduced the beloved Snatch Game, a ''Series/MatchGame'' parody featuring celebrity impersonations by the queens. The problem is that none of the queens were sure how irreverent they were intended to be. That episode of ''Untucked'' features a lot of chatting about certain queens ''disrespecting'' their chosen celebrity, when nobody cares about that in later seasons, to say the least.
9th Sep '17 3:45:22 PM nombretomado
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** Two Season 6 queens are former ''[[AmericanIdol Idol]]'' contestants: Adore Delano is Danny Noriega from ''American Idol'' Season 7, and Courtney Act is from the first season of ''Australian Idol''. This connection is {{Lampshaded}} and exploited when the two end up playing the lead singers on two separate teams for a musical theater challenge. [[spoiler: Courtney wins.]]

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** Two Season 6 queens are former ''[[AmericanIdol ''[[Series/AmericanIdol Idol]]'' contestants: Adore Delano is Danny Noriega from ''American Idol'' Season 7, and Courtney Act is from the first season of ''Australian Idol''. This connection is {{Lampshaded}} and exploited when the two end up playing the lead singers on two separate teams for a musical theater challenge. [[spoiler: Courtney wins.]]
23rd Aug '17 10:43:30 PM urutapu
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** The commercial-break trailers do this all the damn time. Statements are taken out of context or paired with different reaction shots to, for instance, make a sarcastic or joking comment seem like a genuine, deliberate insult.

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** The commercial-break trailers do this all the damn time. Statements are taken out of context or paired with different reaction shots to, for instance, make a sarcastic or joking comment seem like a genuine, deliberate insult. One ''Untucked'' segment in season 4 even seemed tailor-made for this treatment, with clips showing Dida Ritz flying off the handle...when in reality, the queens were asked to imitate other queens, and Dida was imitating Phi Phi's infamous "Party City" tantrum.
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