With his work done, Ru sends her back to finish getting ready and we get the last minute primps and proclamations. Cristy thinks she’s a butterfly now and can throw the caterpillar cocoon away while her friend hopes she finds her sexiness, and a homeless Asian man watches on. MJ feels “divalicious” and is ready to keep moving forward while her friend hopes she’s gained some confidence. Nicole cannot wait to be Danielle Divine while her fiancé wants her to put on a sexy dress and really feel sexy while her adorable little moppet son wants her to feel as pretty on the inside as she is on the outside.
Aw, cute kiddies are cute.
It’s time to draguate, bitches. The professors come out but are rather underwhelming considering the hooker costumes they were flaunting earlier and then Ru comes out like this:
There’s trouble here in Culver City. It starts with a “T” and that rhymes with “D” and that stands for “drag.”
Ru introduces the falculty and this week’s visiting professor is Joely Fischer because even RuPaul shows practice nepotism. He lets the audience know that this week’s class of Lost Girls are all grown up and are ready to turn it out, so let the draguation commence.
Up until this point I thought, much like Raven did, that Nicole probably would win but I didn’t have much confidence in it since MJ is adorable. Cristy, as I said earlier, was always playing for a participant ribbon. But how did they do?
First round to MJ because she was having fun and looked like Yaya DaCosta, but honorable mention to Cristy who did really well, if really stompy. Poor Nicole was fine when she was speaking but she seemed really anxious about walking and it showed in her stern face. Her family is super cute, though, so that helps. But the oral examination is what counts.
Cristy’s all sass and girl power, asking if she gets the keep the dress. Ru says “Oh hell yes,” then asks Toshi, the homeless Asian guy who’s actually Cristy’s boyfriend (oops), what he thinks. He thinks she’s gorgeous…even more gorgeous. Bunny likes that she can wear so much make up and still look fresh and young, Joely’s the cheerleader telling her the transformation was amazing and Jamal rains on the parade to tell her she’s still stompy, but better than day one. Thanks?
MJ’s both poised and salty, saying she’s Veronica van Thunder and you can call her a little girl but you better check yourself because look at this…look at all this. While Veronica flirts (wrong tree, sweetie) Jamal tells her he can see that she’s gotten over being a little girl but Joely wants the confidence she can see in MJ come through in her voice, too.