Pandora asks Sinead if her “ideal sexiest man alive” asked her to a nude beach on their first date (Who does that?) would she go. I’m guessing her PTOWN sweat shirt might explain why she didn’t hesitate to say no but Pandora and Sinead agree that they’re still sad for her. They both slag off Hollywood for why she’s a hermit. Then to drive the point home, Pandora busts out the Everyday Drag photo:
And here’s where I start questioning Sinead. Nothing wrong with being an actor trying to get some work in Hollywood, and you do have to get more creative when you’re bigger than a size 4, but Sinead had so many packaged comments and theraspeak to explain everything that nothing seemed honest. Yes, the look on your face says it all because you posed for the photo so it would “say it all.” Blech.
Then she and Pandora read from their cue cards where Pandy calls her a “shlumpadinka” and Sinead pretends to get offended but she claims she prefers to blend in because if people see her they’ll expect her to be fabulous. Find new people. I think my commentary might be too subtle so in case you haven’t figured it out, these two are bugging me this week.
Quick Drag! They all start running around and Sharon’s validating all of Amber’s choices even when Amber realizes they’re just crazy, Mary’s looking for the tennis shoes while Raja towers over her, and Pandora and Sinead continue to work their shtick and make my eye twitch.
She’s so happy with her sequins and ill-fitting wig.
Time to meet Ru at the Dragulator. Amber’s wearing the “disco inferno” jacket and boa but couldn’t find a dress that fit in time. Mary’s still wearing the big red sequins and red wig and Sinead gets complimented on wearing a rather glam pair of heels and she swears, through Connecticut Lockjaw, that she doesn’t wear heels that high and noT OFF-ten. Why she started talking like Claude Upson I don’t know, but she did. Even Ru doesn’t spend much time discussing their quick drag looks so it’s on to their assignments.
Ru likes that it’s a caftan with has some “peek-a-boo”elements but for Ru it’s all about the hair, which she says brings out Amber’s cheekbones, but we know Ru loves a big wig.
Raja’s all OOooOOohing over the image but Mary’s teary-eyed. She says that she’s beginning to see the potential to embrace her new self, and Ru just tells her to trust him and she will, then breaks down the look, telling her the one-shoulder, Wilma Flintstone neckline elongates the neck and shows off her arms.
And last and least, Sinead. She has to outdo the others and gasps and says “No way,” but she just looks like Lady Bunny in a red wig. Ru kindly tells her the liner on the bottom lid “opens the eyes” (so she doesn’t look so beady eyed) and the open neckline and proportions are perfect for her. Ru asks if she can see herself in it and she moues and cutesies.