Alyssa says it wasn’t personal, and, no T no shade, it wasn’t even that bad, but Coco has to clutch her pearls that this was the first she was hearing it (because YOU DON’T LISTEN TO ANYONE, COCO) and even Jinkx gets a Frankenbyte that Alyssa’s trying to blame others but flashback shows that Alyssa did, in fact, try to talk to Coco about how distant, obnoxious and up her own ass she’d been. Or did they all forget that the only reason Detox knew she was being shit-talked was BECAUSE Alyssa was trying to talk to Coco about her behavior?
It has to be your fault because I’m sweet as pie, bitch.
Realizing that Alyssa’s still right, like she always is in these stupid fights, Coco lands on that she didn’t appreciate it being brought up on stage. Seriously, how old is this bitch? Don’t want to get called out for being a brat, don’t BE one, then. It’s not Alyssa’s fault you sucked.
Roxxxy thinks, in interview, that they should just bone and get rid of the tension, but Coco isn’t finished playing the victim and blaming Alyssa for her weaknesses. Then, in interview, Coco gives the best un-self aware interview accusing Alyssa of acting like Miss Innocent in front of everyone to make Coco look like the asshole. What-ever. Her husband either cheats like there’s no tomorrow or has the patience of freakin’ Gandhi because she’s insufferable.
Moving on, Ivy asks Alaska how she’s doing and not well. She’s crying and upset that she knew coming in she’d be compared to Sharon but no one will have the heart Sharon has. Detox, again shows why I can’t ever completely dislike her no matter how obnoxious her own behavior gets, genuinely tells Alaska that she always shows heart and her comedy is amazing because there’s something behind it.
Product placing even through the tears.
While Detox brings a napkin to her friend so she can dab at her tears (Aww, such a girl thing to do.) Alaska admits that the hardest part to hear are the RuPaul critiques that she wants more because she really admires and looks up to RuPaul. But all the support has brightened Alaska’s spirits and she jokes that next time she’s going to show vulnerability by shaving her legs and not wearing pantyhose.
Peek-a-Ru…Ru has a surprise for the queens in their big, furry, pink box. Roxxxy, who’s wig is so huge she can’t move her head, reads the clue that “Despite what you may think, you’ll always be Daddy’s little girl.” They know it’s someone’s father, like Chad’s last season, but can’t figure out who, except Alyssa’s certain it ain’t hers because he can’t even use “the Skype” from Mesquite.
Sure enough, it’s Alyssa’s dad, and sure enough, he breaks everyone’s heart like Chad’s did last time around, by admitting that growing up gay in their community was hard on Alyssa because it’s a cruel world with cruel people and he was one of them at one time. But as he’s gotten older he’s grown to regret how he treated her. Alyssa’s dropping all her pageant queen mannerisms as he goes on that he loves her and is proud of what she’s doing and just wants to rebuild their relationship.
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