The Villain Edit: what people traditionally blame when they discover that their time on a reality show was spent being a huge jerk on camera. Also a podcast in which Monty Ashley and Rhias Hall talk about the reality shows they’ve been watching lately.

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A Hyena Will Eat You

Monty and Rhias are back, with thoughts on RuPaul’s Drag Race (movie star Cher is definitely the most boring Cher), Forged in Fire (we hope you heal up soon, Doug Marcaida), Ink Master Angels (which gets pretty heavy, so watch out), Naked and Afraid XL (watch out for lions), and Dancing With the Stars (which they didn’t watch, but this “season” has a neat format).

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48

You Never See a Snake’s Belly in Nature

Monty and Rhias bid goodbye to Glam Masters and Ink Master, because their seasons are over. And also because those are bad shows that they don’t want to watch anymore. And they say hello to two new shows: Forged in Fire: Knife or Death and the Great Interior Design Challenge, which have different challenges as shows. They also continue to say hello to Ink Master: Angels and Forged in Fire, which are both good shows. And then they catch up on RuPaul’s Drag Race! So much to talk about!

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47

Your Career Is Not Over

Glam Masters and Ink Master are both edging closer to season finales that will probably also be their “Monty and Rhias watching them” finales. Ink Master Angels goes to Memphis for an episode that’s kind of a downer and kind of uplifting. And RuPaul’s Drag Race serves 33 separate runway looks, because it turns out that looking good in a dress is kind of a big part of being a drag queen.

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46

Closed Mouths Don’t Get Fed

It was a busy week for reality shows, which provided a nice range of things for Monty and Rhias to talk about. For thoughtful discussion of topics, you want to watch RuPaul’s Drag Race. For jerks shouting at each other, you want Ink Master. For people having fun and being happy for each other, you want the finale of Project Runway: All-Stars. For dumb jokes about sex, you want RuPaul’s Drag Race again, because it can be about more than one thing. There was also Ink Master: Angels and Forged in Fire, which continue to be fun, and Glam Masters, which isn’t nearly as good as it should be.

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45

Flaming Swords Are Realistic

Monty and Rhias are in favor of Ink Master Angels over Ink Master, and Forged in Fire over Project Runway, and also RuPaul’s Drag Race over just about everything. This is even though Monty’s Fantasy Drag Race Team is already in shambles, forcing an immediate reconsideration of everything.

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44

Drag Race Season 10 Wild-Eyed Predictions

RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 10 starts tomorrow! Monty and Rhias have combed through hours of iffy iPhone video of all the contestants, and they are prepared to render verdicts, predictions, and digressions about how bad the video is at some of these clubs. Step up your game, Showgirls!

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43

That Gorgeous Oozy Lip

The phrase “That Gorgeous Oozy Lip” does not appear in this episode of The Villain Edit, but it does appear in Glam Masters, which is one of the shows that Monty and Rhias talk about. Monty was going to mention it, but forgot. So he’s using it here, because it’s such a weird phrase. There’s also talk about Ink Masters, Forged in Fire, and Project Runway: All-Stars, before they get down to the important business of dissecting the finale of RuPaul’s All-Star Drag Race Season 3.

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42

Dimension and Glitter Drips

It’s not easy to pretend that the Emerald City Comic Con counts as a reality shows, but Monty and Rhias make it work, thanks to the Western Cosplay Championship. They also talk about this week’s BIG DRAMA in RuPaul’s Drag Race, the debut of Glam Masters (a makeup application show), Project Runway, Ink Master, and most of the season finale of The Curse of Oak Island. But not all of it, because the recording cut out and they can’t be bothered to find out what happened. Probably not much.

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41

Crunchy Frog

Two weeks of Drag Race means a lot of stuff happened. Two weeks of The Amazing Race means even more happened, because those were two-hour episodes. Two weeks of Project Runway All-Stars means only the regular amount happened because they were off for a week. And two weeks of The Curse of Oak Island means that nothing happened, just like with any amount of The Curse of Oak Island.

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40

Why is King Features Syndicate in my Biz?

Project Runway has a Betty Boop challenge, and they keep insisting that this 90-year-old cartoon represents “Young Hollywood.” It’s perplexing. The Amazing Race goes to Zimbabwe and gets some wild animals to come pretty close to its contestants. Ink Master has no idea what “pixelated” means. And RuPaul’s Drag Race rips The Bachelor to shreds using the ancient art of…improv?

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Introducing Dragula

Two weeks of Ink Master, Amazing Race, Project Runway: All Stars, RuPaul’s All Star Drag Race, The Curse of Oak Island, and a bit of My Big Fat Fabulous Life all get covered. But the real news is that Rhias has discovered Dragula, and she has introduced Monty to it, and it’s disgusting and great.

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