I reviewed AJ and the Queen, one of the most baffling bad things I've seen in a while.— Kathryn VanArendonk (@kvanaren) January 10, 2020
By the end of this review I'm just quoting Notes on Camp with my head in my hands, basically. https://t.co/8pyj3XbLYO
Netflix's buddy comedy stars RuPaul as a down-on-his-luck traveling drag performer who becomes temporary guardian to a foul-mouthed 10-year-old stowaway https://t.co/lX0dOe0cBR— The Hollywood Reporter (@THR) January 11, 2020
AJ and the Queen Star Josh Segarra on Working with RuPaul: 'He's Gorgeous and Impressive' https://t.co/bdQLMNJJWZ— People (@people) January 11, 2020
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[My thoughts:] It was awful, and the kid was mostly insufferable throughout. The highlights are the guest appearances from the queens, imo Monique and Latrice really stood out to me as the most natural and entertaining.
It's fun seeing RuPaul perform and in a different element than in Drag Race but they could have accomplished it without the child, as her inclusion makes takes the tone all over the place in a bad way.
The portrayal of blindness is incredibly offensive, but I should not be expecting nuanced humanity from the creator of 2 Broke Girls