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The Top Four queens collab on a remix of RuPaul's song "Blame It On The Edit," recording their own verses and creating a space-themed music video.
The queens give drag makeovers to hard-working teachers, from kindergarten to high school. Queer pop musician Hayley Kiyoko guest judges.
The queens perform "Wigloose:The Rusical," set in the small town of West Bumtuck, where drag is outlawed, and an underground alliance forms to try and defeat the bigots. Country musician Orville Peck guest judges.
The queens get up close and personal with celebrities for TV's sketchiest newsmagazine, 50/50. Meanwhile, the runway category is Night Of 1000 Beyoncés, and special guests Charo, Frankie Grande and Love Connie make appearances.
RuPaul's Drag Race celebrates its milestone 200th episode, as the queens design outfits featuring the 15th anniversary trademark gift, crystal. Actress Julia Garner of Inventing Anna guest judges.
Strategy and alliances emerge as the queens face off in a series of lip syncs, all leading to a final sudden death elimination round.
The queens exchange flatulence for canned laughter, as the melodramatic acting challenge "The Daytona Wind" returns in surreal sitcom form. Actor Harvey Guillén guest judges.
The queens fast forward 50 years to perform in old lady girl groups, singing about life, love, and growing old with your besties; actress and comedian Megan Stalter guest judges.
RuPaul serves up a double helping of the celebrity impersonation game show, with the queens playing in two rounds, with two different casts of characters. Actor Amandla Stenberg guest judges.
In this heavenly acting challenge, the queens must create infomercials for a queer afterlife. Country singer Maren Morris and LGBTQIA+ activist Ts Madison guest judge.