First f, condragulations, sweetie! Pop f your heels and treat yourself to a vodka tonic, because you did it! You did your homosexual duty and got through RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 3, truly one the roughest seasons the show ever. After a stellar, jaw-unhingingly good All Stars 2, this season felt more like an embarrassing cousin you brought to gay happy hour who wears double polos. Each episode front-loaded annoying interpersonal drama, leaving the actual content — the challenges, the runway — feeling as empty as a bottle poppers at 4 a.m. at the Cock. Whether it was Milk’s sense humor, Bebe’s anti-wig reveal, or Trixie Mattel’s ultimate win, this season All Stars has been baffling, anticlimactic, and padded in all the wrong places.