It was a night of drag droids and future Boniva spokeswomen on the latest episode of RuPaul's Drag Race. The top six queens faced off in a varied assortment of challenges that all began with the latest edition of the underwear memory mini challenge, "Pants Down, Bottoms Up," this time with models and Instagram hunks (hey, Laith Ashely) decked out in butt-hugging styles from Rounderbum.
After proving she has the best butt memorization, Aquaria won the mini challenge and was given the power to assign roles for the queens ahead of their production of Breastworld. The acting challenges keep coming whether these queens are ready or not, and directors Michelle Visage and Ross Matthews did their best to help the queens along. Unfortunately, Kameron Michaels and Miz Cracker got in their own heads and delivered weaker performances than the other girls.
This week's runway showed us how the queen's envision themselves in 50 years, serving a variety of sophisticated silver vixens, washed up showgirls, and a memorable pair of saggy breasts. With her performance as a Sarah Palin parody in the main challenge and her socks-and-flip-flops showgirl, Asia O'Hara was this week's winner, while Kameron Michaels and Eureka O'Hara landed in the bottom two.
After a high-energy show from both queens as they twirled to Patti LaBelle's "New Attitude" and another synchronized split, fans were treated to the first elimination gag of the season when neither queen was sent home. The top six stayed the top six but these remaining queens should be wary - one gag could lead to another and a double safe verdict could easily lead to a double elimination.
Along with this weeks' episode came the lineup for the final episodes of season 10:
5/31 - There will be no new episode
6/7 - New episode
6/14 - New episode and the last episode of Untucked
6/21 - Season 10 Reunion episode
6/28 - Season 10 Finale episode
That's right, we have another seven weeks before Drag Race drops us off right in the heart of summer and at the tail end of Pride Month. Buckle up, these queens are in crunch time and there's no doubt that they'll be pulling out all the stops in the final reach for the crown.