1. MrJ says

    I’m sure some insecure homo will comment on here about negative stereotypes, but it’s a fun show and I don’t care. I never miss an episode.

  2. Jason says

    Absolutely fantastic. Drag is an art form and should be appreciated as such. Blurring gender lines and accentuating the female form is a beautiful thing.

    And RuPaul couldn’t be more the real deal. Ru brings wellness and positivity to a culture that can sometimes struggle.

    And yes, this promo had a strong budget. Nice job!

  3. Christian says

    No hate here, I love this show. All of the contestants are very talented. I think it’s great that Ru continues to shine the spotlight on them even after they have left the show through DragU and Logo in general (such as the Absolute ads that sponsor the show).

  4. Christian says

    @ Homer: I feel you, but I have to admit I watch quite a bit of Logo. I never watch crap like the A-List Dallas (never was a fan of those type of shows) but they do have some good programming. RuPaul’s Drag Race/DragU and 1 Girl 5 Gays comes to mind. They also re-air Daria, Buffy, AbFab, and often have interesting documentaries and movies. But I can certainly understand any criticism directed toward Logo.

  5. Josh says

    I’m beyond excited for the new season. Looks like they have a nice range of queens this time and a bigger budget!

    @ Christian: I’m glad someone else likes 1 Girl 5 Gays. I enjoy 90% of the guys they have on panel. I can’t deal with Andrew, though.

  6. Thomas says

    Mike, although there is a certain winner I don’t believe deserved it *not even trying to cough*Tyra Sanchez *nettc* I think it is pretty…embarrassing of you to make that question, to say the least.

  7. AdamA says

    Mike, the bias on the show is towards runway glamour, not non-white queens. In any case, Bebe and Raja were perfectly serviceable winners.