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Enter the vibrant world of pop art as the six remaining houses remix ballroom with hip hop before one stunner from each family steps onto the runway to walk sexy, magnetic, confident body.
The episode was rated from 35 votes.
Bringing Hollywood glamour and theatrics to the stage in a Tinseltown-themed ball, the eight remaining houses serve best dressed – and select one member to walk face – for their first shot at the “superior house” title.
The episode was rated from 30 votes.
Another Money Ball finds the Houses duking it out for $25,000, but this time, an evil band of supervillains threatens to snatch their cash at any moment. The Houses must defend their honor in: "Queen Titans," where runway meets vogue; "Elastic Fantastic," where angular arms and wavy hands reign supreme; "Super Fashionista," a best-dressed category that calls for unwavering confidence; and "Wonder Twin Power," where duos from each House step up to save the day. Model Winnie Harlow weighs in as the judges arm the Superior House with a fateful decision.
The episode was rated from 41 votes.
The voguers unleash their inner freaks at the world's shadiest "Circus Bezerkus" ball, where cut-throat competition meets drama so infectious, it just might rub off on the judges. Be forewarned: this function is serving bone-chilling performances and holding no bars, and ballroom hall-of-famer Dominique Jackson's guest judge appearance is not one to be missed.
The episode was rated from 64 votes.
It’s all fun in the sun until the houses throw shade in a beachy all-house performance before sending their sexiest sirens down the runway. Then, houses face off in a hand and arm control-focused challenge.
The episode was rated from 17 votes.
The houses suit up to serve soft and sensual vogueing for a heist-themed ball before selecting one member to perform the original style of vogue.
The episode was rated from 16 votes.
The episode was rated from 14 votes.
Futuristic all-house productions find two iconic families embodying the evolution of vogue before battling across each of the five main elements for their final shot at the $100,000 grand prize.
The episode was rated from 29 votes.
Ancient civilizations may rise and fall, but which House will last forever? This function throws it back to "old way" vogue for "March of the Mummies," where competitors emulate the performance style of their founding mothers. Next up, the Houses draw their swords, and push their bodies to the limit, to deliver unforgettable floor performances in "Warrior Guardians." Guest judge Kelly Osbourne shows some major ballroom love as an emotional battle between the bottom two Houses unfolds.
The episode was rated from 52 votes.
The first money ball of the season finds the houses embodying iconic toys as they compete across three categories – highlighting floor performance, European runway, and duck walk – worth a grand total of $30,000.
The episode was rated from 23 votes.
Judgment Day has arrived, and a battle of biblical proportions is about to go down. Before storming the runway, three incomparable Houses reflect on their greatest wins, losses, and lessons - but only one House will deliver a $100,000 performance and go down in history as the first ever Legendary champion. The stakes are life-changing, and the moment is about showcasing the power of a once-underground community that's changed the world.The episode was rated from 47 votes.
The Houses get ready to slay three challenges at a fairy-tale ball: "Rapunzel Effect," where hair performance is queen; "Mirror Mirror," where competitors serve smooth skin, white teeth, and cut bone structure; and "Three Fab Mice," where trios from each House walk runway in perfect unison. Guest judge Tyson Beckford helps select the Superior House, and decide who gets chopped.The episode was rated from 59 votes.
The first of a two-part grand march finds the houses of Nina Oricci, Balenciaga, Luxe, Chanel, and Miyake-Mugler executing the five major elements of vogue in a high-stakes fight for survival.The episode was rated from 29 votes.
The houses of Prodigy, Milan, Comme des Garçons, Icon, and Tisci hit the runway for the second installment of an epic grand march, where some make unforgettable moments out of the five elements of vogue – and others miss the mark.The episode was rated from 29 votes.
Giddy-up, y'all! It's time for Legendary's first ever "Money Ball," where a $25,000 bounty awaits the winners of three rowdy showdowns: "Come Up & See Me," where voguers slip into their finest gowns to hit eye-catching spins; "Sheriff of Seduction," where confidence and self-love are key to selling that body, honey; and "Mannequin Showcase," where fabulous window displays meet runway. Which House will gallop its way to superior status? Actor Nico Tortorella helps the judges decide.The episode was rated from 49 votes.
The semi-finals find the four remaining Houses joining forces to create two iconic "Megahouses" that compete across five deep-sea categories: "Tales from Atlantis," "Octo Pus Pus Party," "Merfolk Physiques," "To Sea or Not to Sea," and "Rich Fish B***h." Each of these monumental battles debuts unstoppable inter-House pairings as competitors serve face, runway, vogue, couture, head-to-toe overness, and more. As the Megahouses give everything they've got, Tamar Braxton helps the judges decide which of these sea gods have earned a spot in the finals.The episode was rated from 45 votes.
Ballroom meets martial arts as the houses level up anime-style fight scenes with fierce looks and a ballroom element assigned by the reigning champs.The episode was rated from 17 votes.
In a frigid battle for dominance, the houses face off with ice-cold poses and ultra-crisp dips before synchronized trios walk runway and face divas sell confidence in hopes of freezing the competition in their tracks.The episode was rated from 24 votes.
This season’s first moneyball sees the houses attempt to enchant the judges with fairytale-inspired performances, synchronized formations, and innovative new stunts.The episode was rated from 16 votes.
The remaining three houses head back to school for a playground-themed ball. Later, duos duckwalk and catwalk in a baton pass before one member struts down the runway while incorporating a hop, skip, and a jump.The episode was rated from 12 votes.
Last updated: jun 24, 2022
The show’s pace is off and all over the place. It’s incredibly hard to get to know the contestants, remember their names or even see the difference between the houses. They all blend in one big mess and fade away with the audiences screaming. It’s very loud, hectic, busy and the judges are questionable. Like why the heck is Jamila there? Not much respect to the judges as they repeat the same general expectations of the houses, but provide little constructive criticism.
Because I’m watching so many imaginary scenarios, it’s nice to take a look at things that actually happened every once in a while. The drama from documentaries really feels a lot different than those from series you just know didn’t happen. I love being aware of everything that is or has been going on and Netflix is really great at helping us with that.
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