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RuPaul's Drag Race: Season 2 (3 Discs)
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RuPaul's Drag Race: Season 2 (3 Discs)

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Join RuPaul, international superstar and celebrated drag diva, as the host, mentor and commander-in-chic on Logo’s sophomore season of RuPaul’s Drag Race, the ultimate drag queen competition. Playing a dual role, RuPaul the queen reigns supreme in all judging and eliminations, while RuPaul the man helps guide contestants as they prepare for each outrageously hilarious challenge. Contestants include the nation’s most over-the-top, cutting-edge, talented and stunningly gorgeous drag queens, all vying for the title and tiara, plus a cash prize. Each week, celebrity judges are also on hand to advise Ru and aid in the awesome responsibility of picking a winner. From trial and tribulation to glam and glitter, these queens must “lip sync for their lives” until one is left standing
12 episodes including the reunion extravaganza!

Special Features:
Bonus scenes
Interviews with the queens
Extended reunion moments

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Product Details:
Actors: RuPaul
Format: NTSC
Language: English
Number of Discs: 3
Studio: Logo
Run Time: 536 minutes
DVD Release Date: December 06, 2011
Average Customer Rating: based on 120 reviews
Customer Reviews:
Average Customer Review: 4.5 ( 120 customer reviews )
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51 of 52 found the following review helpful:

5LOGO Explains the Lack of Season 1Nov 09, 2011
By Cesar A. Fernandez
Just like everyone else, I was ecstatic to see these shows finally get a DVD release. But just like everyone else, I had some questions I wanted answered before purchasing. Rather than freaking out and spamming the comments with "WHERE'S SEASON 1?!?!?!?", I decided to go straight to the source and ask the team over at RuPaul's Drag Race directly, via Facebook. These were my questions, and these were their answers:

Me: "Is Season 1 coming to DVD as well? And are the "Untucked!" episodes included with the Season 2 & 3 DVD's?"

LOGO: "Hi doll, lucite heels are clear, but some of our music for season one couldn't be cleared. Untucked isn't on the DVDs but lots of extras."

So understand ladies and ladyboys, they did try to put Season 1 on DVD, but licensing the music (probably Destiny's Child) was probably a bit too expensive. But don't be sad, Amazon sells all of Season 1 digitally, so at least you can own it in some form.

17 of 18 found the following review helpful:

5A Refreshing Addition to Gay CultureJul 25, 2012
By tonymichale
Although I am a gay man, for so long I found it difficult to swallow that gay culture existed. Our social group seems to be obsessed with sex and superficial squandering. And in a time when ultra-masculinity is the new moustache, nothing feels exciting or refreshing anymore. I understand being different is difficult and folks want to fit in and show the world the gays can be just like everyone else, but when did we stop expressing our authentic selves?

Enter Drag Race. Start with Project Runway . . . toss in a little Tyra, a lot of humor, and finish with a ton of sass. That's the show. The contestants have a new challenge every week, each progressively tougher, and in the end the "Next Drag Superstar" is crowned. The production value increases from Season One and there are more and better contestants. You'll definitely find one hell of an entertaining ride here.

I grew up watching drag queens perform in the gay bars, and to be honest I found them a bit scary. I believe many people, especially men, feel this way because we are uncomfortable with our feminine side, which these gentle-wo-men find so easy to express. After watching the show, you'll have new respect for drag queens and see it's definitely an art form.

So in terms of gay culture, Rupaul gives it. He shows us that while being different is tough, nothing is more valuable than loving and expressing yourself. I've never been more impressed or proud with a gay celebrity than I am with Rupaul. He is truly a Super(role)model. YOU . . . better . . . WORK!

10 of 11 found the following review helpful:

5I heart Raven (and Juju & Pandora)Nov 02, 2011
By Matthew Anderson
How can you pass up the season that bore Jujubee, Raven, and Pandora Boxx? Three of the best queens in the game, this season is OVUH.

4 of 4 found the following review helpful:

5It's a drag!Feb 09, 2010
By Amaranth "music fan"
"Gone With the Window" is the witty season opener of RuPaul's Drag Race. Despite the drubbing it received from the critics as a cheaply done,tacky reality show,and it's a great deal more fun than the latest "Bachelor" or "Survivor." There's plenty of cattiness and fabulousness. The ladies have to make dresses... out of window dressings. Good,tacky fun! And they have to lip synch for their lives!

Kathy Griffin also appears as a guest judge. Great fun!

3 of 3 found the following review helpful:

5Finally!Nov 02, 2011
Very excited for this DVD to be released. Looking forward to being able to re-visit this season whenever I want and to introduce friends and family to the fabulousness that is RuPaul's Drag Race.

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