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RuPaul's Drag Race Comic Recap: The Six Best Moments from Episode Nine

The cartoon whimsy of RuPaul's Drag Race continues, as does our illustrated coverage. This week our queens are challenged with Telenovela-style skits and thier ability to fake tears and orgasms. Coco's cat fight crescendos and the wrong queen is sent packing. The competion is whittled down to a fiece five, and 100 grand is on the line. 

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I think it was better for

I think it was better for Alyssa to go. She proved that she didn't really care about the main contests since she could float by on lip-synching. There was some great shade thrown, especially by Jinx (who had an awesome runway look).

The show down between Alyssa

The show down between Alyssa and Coco was inevitable, but I thought they both did an amazing job of lip synching. This was a fun challenge, and we are finally starting to see the abilities of the shows strongest players. I usually work late nights at DISH, so I’m not home when RuPaul’s Drag Race airs. Good thing for me the weekly timer on my DISH Hopper was able to record this show for me. This DVR is able to record up to 2,000 hours of my favorite shows, so I have the freedom to record the full season of this show, and the full seasons of my other favorite shows that air the same night. Alyssa Edwards and her facial expressions will be missed but not forgotten.