Drag Superstar Bob the Drag Queen arrives purse first and ready to take prisoners in her debut comedy special, Suspiciously Large Woman, fresh off the world premiere at the 2017 Outfest in ...
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Drag Superstar Bob the Drag Queen arrives purse first and ready to take prisoners in her debut comedy special, Suspiciously Large Woman, fresh off the world premiere at the 2017 Outfest in Los Angeles. No one is safe when the winner of RuPaul's Drag Race season 8 returns to her hometown of Atlanta after touring the world to hilariously tackle topics such as sex, white people, New York, and the one and only Beyoncé.Written by
Alright, well this was my first introduction to the character that is Bob the Drag Queen. So I had very little expectations to the show and I had no idea what I was getting myself into here when I sat down to watch "Bob the Drag Queen: Suspiciously Large Woman".
I will say that she actually has a very vibrant and likable on-stage presence, and it is hard not to get swept up by the charisma and the energy that she exudes. She is everywhere at once, yet still managing to keep a focal point and continue on.
The jokes, however, well most of them actually, were just not really within my range of humor. That, or perhaps I just didn't get some parts of it, because I have no clue about the drag scene or about being a gay person in USA. She managed to get some smirks from me here and there throughout the show, but I wasn't actually laughing. So on that account, then this show was a little bit of a swing and a miss in contrast to my sense of humor.
I do, however, have a big sense of admiration for her and for her ability to stand out in the spotlight and not be ashamed of who and what she is. And I do think it is great that there is someone like her in the comedy scene, because she is a fresh breath of air.
Was I spurred on to go watch more of her material? Well, I will not actively be seeking it out. But if I get the chance, and happen to have come across it, then I certainly will. Perhaps there is much more to her than what she managed (or didn't manage, in regards to my sense of humor) to accomplish in "Bob the Drag Queen: Suspiciously Large Woman".
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