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Ep. 8: Stop Using that Yellow Dish Rag as a Wig

Ep. 8: Stop Using that Yellow Dish Rag as a Wig

Kate and Yoko talk to Brian Cheng a.k.a.: Juicy Liu, 2015 winner of So You Think You Can Drag about gettin' crafty with costumes, navigating being two people, and our preferred chopstick holder folding techniques.

 Here's a photo of Juicy/Brian winning  So You Think You Can Drag  in 2015.

Here's a photo of Juicy/Brian winning So You Think You Can Drag in 2015.

Show Notes

Follow Juicy on Instagram and Facebook! She's an amazing performer.

Enjoy Yoko's model minority Sung Beats and his cover of Panda that she witnessed at the West 4th St. stop in Manhattan.

Also spot Kate's model minority Daniel Kwan (one half of Daniels directing duo) in Turn Down for What and check out his new movie Swiss Army Man.

If you want a decent laugh, listen to Lea Salonga's Noche Buena, arguably one of the weirdest monologues between songs on an album. Maybe if we're lucky, Juicy will revive her amazing lip sync performance of this song during the holidays.

Here's an amazing photo of Brian as Sharon Noodles

 Photo by Andrew Werner.

Photo by Andrew Werner.

Here's the amazing Bianca del Rio, the greatest insult comic queen to come out of RuPaul's Drag Race.

If you haven't seen it, go watch M. Butterfly starring John Lone.

 John Lone could have fooled us. Definitely fooled Jeremy Irons' character in M. Butterfly.

John Lone could have fooled us. Definitely fooled Jeremy Irons' character in M. Butterfly.

Did anyone else get inspired to come out to their parents because of Garden State?

 

What's your preferred chopstick wrapper holder technique?

 This is Kate's preferred method.

This is Kate's preferred method.

Ep. 9: Love, Tranquility, Balance ... and Other Tattoos

Ep. 9: Love, Tranquility, Balance ... and Other Tattoos

Ep. 7: Secret Soy Sauce Hole

Ep. 7: Secret Soy Sauce Hole