Bob the Drag Queen is the alter ego of comedian and actor Caldwell Tidicue (he makes use of each she/her and he/him pronouns). Immersed in drag tradition from a younger age—his mom owned a drag bar in Columbus, Georgia—Bob moved to New York at age 22 and commenced dabbling in drag himself, first taking up the identify “Kitten Withawhip,” however in the end touchdown on Bob the Drag Queen. In 2016, Bob competed on season eight of RuPaul’s Drag Race, beating out 11 different contestants to be named America’s Subsequent Drag Famous person.

In his different initiatives, Bob has stayed near different RuPaul’s Drag Race alums, together with in his podcast Sibling Rivalry, which she co-hosts with Drag Race All Stars winner Monét X Change. Earlier this 12 months, Bob, together with Eureka O’Hara and Shangela Laquifa Wadley, starred within the HBO collection We’re Right here, which took the drag queens across the nation to assist small-town residents carry out in one-night-only drag performances.

Bob’s performing profession has landed him roles on HBO’s Excessive Upkeep and within the Berkeley Repertory Theater’s manufacturing of Angels in America. His second comedy particular, Bob the Drag Queen: Dwell at Caroline’s was launched earlier this 12 months.

Recorded remotely in the course of the coronavirus pandemic, NPR’s Ask Me One other host Ophira Eisenberg and home musician Jonathan Coulton speak to Bob the Drag Queen about his wig-filled basement drag closet, celebrating Pleasure from residence, and what it was wish to journey throughout the nation for We’re Right here.

Then, Bob takes on an Ask Me One other problem tailor-made particularly to his pursuits, bringing collectively Kesha, Whoopi Goldberg, musicals, and extra.

INTERVIEW HIGHLIGHTS

Bob Offers A Tour Of His “Drag Closet”

“I am , proper now, about 20 [wigs], however I’ve far more than 20 wigs. I even have a whole lot of unstyled wigs, the bins on the facet are filled with wigs, the baggage are filled with wigs… So I am in my drag closet, which is my basement. I turned my basement into the drag room. It is form of just like the smallest and weirdest thrift store the place every thing is the very same measurement. It is like a thrift store from some actually extravagant measurement 14 girl.”

On The Idea Of The HBO Docuseries We’re Right here

“I used to be considering it was going to be a kind of, like, ‘Homosexual folks repair straight folks’s lives!’ And it is actually not that. That is not what the present is. And I feel there’s lots of people who suppose that is what it’s. And as soon as folks began seeing it, they’re like, ‘Oh my god, that is totally different.’ We’re truly uplifting and highlighting a whole lot of queer voices, marginalized communities. We speak to indigineous folks. We speak to folks within the LatinX group, the Black group, the trans group. I am so happy with the illustration on the present.”

On How We’re This is Small City Residents Reacted to Bob

“Though we’re not all the time taking pictures issues within the direct similar order, that’s oftentimes folks within the city’s first time seeing us. As a result of we stroll round in our day garments, you already know, as daywalkers, nobody actually pays a lot consideration. However as soon as an enormous yellow Birkin bag rolls into city, and essentially the most attractive girl you have ever seen in your life steps off of it, you already know, folks actually lookup.”

Heard on: Bob the Drag Queen And Camila Mendes: We’re Right here… To Play Video games!

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JONATHAN COULTON, BYLINE: That is NPR’s ASK ME ANOTHER. I am Jonathan Coulton. This is your host, Ophira Eisenberg.

OPHIRA EISENBERG, HOST:

Thanks, Jonathan. It is time to welcome our particular visitor. He’s the winner of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” and stars within the HBO docuseries referred to as “We’re Right here.” We’re about to talk with Bob the Drag Queen. His present follows Bob and two different drag queens, Shangela and Eureka O’Hara, as they undertake small-town residents as their drag daughters and practice them for a one-night-only drag efficiency.

Whats up, Bob.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Whats up, Ms. Eisenberg. How are you?

EISENBERG: Good. I like seeing behind you simply – I imply, an incredible show of wigs.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: And a single bag of sweet that I’m embarrassed that I understand remains to be there (laughter).

EISENBERG: Glorious. Glorious. Seems like you could have, I will say – I do not know – 20 wigs over there. Is that about proper?

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Properly, that is two, 4, six, eight, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18 – I am proper now about 20.

EISENBERG: Yeah.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: However I’ve – I imply, I’ve far more than 20 wigs.

EISENBERG: Yeah.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: I imply, I even have, like, a whole lot of unstyled wigs. The bins on the perimeters are filled with wigs. The luggage are filled with wigs. After which over there may be – so I am in my drag closet, which is my basement. I turned my basement into the drag room.

EISENBERG: (Laughter).

COULTON: Yeah.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: It is form of just like the smallest and weirdest thrift store the place every thing is the very same measurement.

(LAUGHTER)

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: It is like a thrift store from some actually extravagant, size-14 girl.

(LAUGHTER)

EISENBERG: You recognize, that might make thrift retailers so a lot better in the event you may simply go to the one only for you. And blissful post-Pleasure. Clearly the official New York Metropolis Homosexual Pleasure parade was canceled. I do know that you’ve got talked about how vital Pleasure was for you while you first moved to New York Metropolis. What did you do that 12 months?

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: This 12 months I stayed indoors. I did one thing referred to as a Black Queer City Corridor with my pal Peppermint. It was a three-day celebration of Black queerness. In order that felt very nice. However I’ve probably not left my residence for nearly 4 months now.

EISENBERG: Yeah. I hear you.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: And it is form of wild to say that out loud as a result of I’m a traveler. Like, I journey for a residing. And I’ve slept in my mattress each evening for over 90 days. That’s loopy.

EISENBERG: Yeah. And, you already know, your newest challenge, the six-part docuseries “We’re Right here,” that concerned journey. So…

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Yeah.

EISENBERG: …Yeah. Simply as a setup, you and your co-hosts Shangela and Eureka O’Hara, you guys go into small cities to assist their LGBTQ communities by placing on one-night-only drag present.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Sure, uno-noche solamente.

EISENBERG: (Laughter).

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: It is actually a wild idea. And when it was pitched to me, my first thought was, wait – like, wait, what? As a result of I used to be considering it was going to be a kind of like, homosexual folks determine straight folks’s lives. And it is actually not that. That is not what the present is, and I feel there’s lots of people who suppose that is what it’s. And as soon as folks begin seeing it, they’re like, oh, my God. That is totally different. We’re truly uplifting and highlighting a whole lot of queer voices, marginalized folks – group. We talked to Indigenous folks. We talked to folks within the Latinx group, the Black group, the trans group. I am so happy with the illustration on this present.

EISENBERG: I’ll say that it’s extremely emotional.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Yeah. I am unable to – folks inform me they binge watch them. Like, you binge watch all six…

(LAUGHTER)

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: I might simply be exhausted. And people simply say to me, like, it was so emotional to observe. Like, you had me crying for an hour. I used to be like, an hour? It takes 9 days to shoot it. So, like, I am a wreck for 9 days.

EISENBERG: Actually? Yeah. I think about it is simply so intense. You recognize, and I do know that issues are filmed out of order. It is the magic of placing one thing like this collectively. However the best way the episode is introduced, you already know, the preliminary pictures, going into this small city or group in full drag normally form of representing regardless of the ethos or style is…

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Yeah.

EISENBERG: …Of the city.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Yeah.

EISENBERG: And also you – all of us get an concept of the primary impressions of this city to you and to pull. How does that really feel for you?

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Properly, though we’re not all the time taking pictures issues within the direct similar order, that’s usually time folks within the city’s first time seeing us as a result of we stroll round in our – like, our homosexual garments. You recognize, as daywalkers (ph), nobody actually pays a lot consideration. However as soon as an enormous, yellow Birkin bag rolls into city and essentially the most attractive girl you have ever seen in your life steps off of it…

EISENBERG: Yeah.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: …You recognize, folks actually lookup.

EISENBERG: Yeah. And, you already know, so – you already know, as a result of I am simply considering, like, there – what’s confirmed on the present is that some individuals are form of excited. Lots of people flip away. Does – as you are strolling by way of the city in full drag, like, the three of you, does it really feel in any respect like, woah, we now have a whole lot of work to do right here, or does it really feel, like, thrilling?

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: For essentially the most half, I feel that the world did a very good job of, you already know, largely from the ’60s up by way of the ’90s, making bigots really feel actually uncomfortable with being bigoted in public. Lately, bigots have had a resurgence, they usually’re like, we’re again on high, child. It is our time to shine once more. However for essentially the most half, individuals are actually embarrassed by their conduct if it is something lower than scrupulous.

EISENBERG: Yeah. Oh, and I forgot to say, congratulations on Season 2. HBO introduced that Season 2 of “We’re Right here” goes to occur.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Thanks. Yeah, it is actually – I imply, we’re up within the air as to – I am up within the air as to, like, how we will movie this contemplating what it’s proper now. However we have been OK’d for a Season 2, which actually means the world to me.

EISENBERG: So if let’s simply say it was to proceed sooner or later, mainly in the identical style that it did for the primary season. Is there anyplace that you just personally want to go?

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: I wish to return to Spartanburg ‘trigger Spartanburg was the episode that we weren’t in a position to end. So I might love to return to Spartanburg. I might additionally like to go to my residence – properly, I might love and likewise – and terrified to go to my hometown. Once I – I imply, I am from, like, a whole lot of small cities, however I grew up in Columbus, Ga., and in Phenix Metropolis, Ala., and LaGrange, Ga., and Corinth, Miss. And going to these cities would really feel like – it might really feel superb, however it might, truthfully, legit, be form of scary for me.

EISENBERG: As a result of?

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Properly, due to my connection to these locations, you already know?

EISENBERG: Proper. So, I imply, I feel homecomings are all the time tough, and I am positive – do you be in contact with anybody that has been, like…

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Ophira, I did not go to any of my homecomings.

EISENBERG: Yeah.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: I did not go to my 5. I did not go to my 10. And I am actually not going to my – what is the subsequent – what’s coming after 10? Is it 15 or is it 25?

EISENBERG: Twenty?

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: I am not going. I imply…

EISENBERG: Yeah.

COULTON: (Laughter).

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: I graduated highschool 16 years in the past. So in 4 years, will probably be my 20-year anniversary, and I am simply not going.

(LAUGHTER)

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Below any circumstances. I simply don’t have any – like, no. Like, no.

EISENBERG: Yeah.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Ophira, cease asking me as a result of I am not doing it.

(LAUGHTER)

EISENBERG: Would you wish to play an ASK ME ANOTHER sport?

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: I might like to.

EISENBERG: Implausible. You recognize, we frequently ask our friends, what would you wish to play about? You went above and past and gave us an inventory of not one, however six issues that you might play a sport about. You steered Whoopi Goldberg, “The Colour Purple.”

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: I like Whoopi. I like…

EISENBERG: Musical theater.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: I like these issues.

EISENBERG: Kesha, clowning and, quote, “the rest homosexual.” Is that what you had been going to say?

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Gayness. I like gay-ocity (ph).

(LAUGHTER)

EISENBERG: Homosexual-ocity. So, usually, we select a kind of issues, then write a quiz. However we thought, these are all so nice – why do not we write a sport about all of them?

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Oh, wow. Right here we go. Let’s do it.

EISENBERG: So this sport is known as And The Class Is. We will begin itemizing some issues which are someway associated. And while you suppose you already know the connection, simply soar in and say what you suppose the class is.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: OK, let’s strive it.

EISENBERG: All proper, right here we go. Fantasy, Stretch, Ranger Margaret.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Ranger Margaret?

EISENBERG: Gaia, Shenzi.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Is it – no, oh, is it – wait – Whoopi Goldberg.

EISENBERG: Sure, animated characters…

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: These are all Whoopi Goldberg characters. Yeah, yeah.

EISENBERG: All Whoopi Goldberg characters. That’s appropriate.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Yeah.

EISENBERG: Fantasy is an anthropomorphic e-book from the film “The Pagemaster.”

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Yeah, I do know “The Pagemaster.” Whoopi Goldberg – they actually made her appear like a e-book in “The Pagemaster,” too.

(LAUGHTER)

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: And that e-book actually appears to be like like Whoopi Goldberg.

(LAUGHTER)

EISENBERG: That is bizarre, proper?

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Yeah.

EISENBERG: And Stretch is a rubber toy octopus in “Toy Story 3.”

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: I have no idea that one.

EISENBERG: I can’t watch that. I’ll cry manner an excessive amount of.

COULTON: Too unhappy.

EISENBERG: Ranger Margaret is a personality in “The Rugrats Film.” Gaia is from the TV present “Captain Planet.” And Shenzi is the hyena in “The Lion King.” Have you ever ever met Whoopi Goldberg?

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: I’ve met Whoopi Goldberg, yeah. The primary time I met her was at Gilbert Gottfried’s podcast. She was his visitor on his podcast. And I walked as much as her, and I instructed her that I’ve her face tattooed on my arm.

EISENBERG: Yeah.

(LAUGHTER)

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: After which she – as a substitute of getting safety throw me out, she then invited me to her celebration in Las Vegas, which I got here to. After which she invited me to her birthday present at “The View,” which I got here to. After which she hosted the 50th anniversary of Stonewall, which I carried out at. And he or she hosted the Pleasure kickoff at Barclays, which I carried out at as properly.

EISENBERG: Oh. So yeah, you are buds.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Outdated buddies.

EISENBERG: (Laughter).

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Me and Whoop (ph). I name her Whoop. Hey, Whoop. Whoop.

(LAUGHTER)

COULTON: It is a terrific lesson for everyone who needs to get near, you already know, their idols, that if you do not know a well-known individual, all you could do to satisfy them is tattoo their face in your pores and skin…

EISENBERG: (Laughter).

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: And…

COULTON: …After which go up and inform them that you’ve got a tattoo of them, and you then’ll develop into pals.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Properly, you are lacking an vital half. Tattoo an image of them, after which go to a Gilbert Gottfried podcast. You are forgetting a really…

(LAUGHTER)

COULTON: Proper.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Jonathan.

COULTON: You are proper.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Do not skip steps, Jonathan.

(LAUGHTER)

COULTON: This is one other one for you, Bob. Let me know what all these have in widespread – “Tonight,” “Supernatural,” “Dinosaur,” “Cannibal,” “Blow.”

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Oh, these are all Kesha songs.

COULTON: (Laughter) That is completely appropriate.

EISENBERG: Yeah.

COULTON: They’re all Kesha songs.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Yeah, I like – “Tonight” is from her new – her newest album, which might be my favourite track from the album. It is like – it has this nice little fake-out at first the place it is like, (singing) tonight’s the most effective evening of my life. Are you able to…

Then it goes into, like, (singing) we going out tonight.

(LAUGHTER)

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: It is actually nice. I adore it.

EISENBERG: I similar to the checklist of them put collectively – “Tonight,” “Supranational,” “Dinosaur,” “Cannibal,” “Blow.” It is like, is that the origin of the planet? What’s that?

COULTON: (Laughter)

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: I additionally love – “Dinosaur’s” so nice ‘trigger she spells out – (singing) D-I-N-O-S-A – you’re a dinosaur.

EISENBERG: (Laughter).

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: She takes U-R from dinosaur and makes it into – you are a dinosaur.

COULTON: (Laughter).

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: And “Blow” might be my favourite track by Kesha. And once I noticed her carry out it dwell, I cried.

EISENBERG: Oh.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: But it surely’s not a ballad, so I am the one one crying when she’s like, (singing) this place about to blow – oh…

(LAUGHTER)

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: And I am like, oh, my God.

EISENBERG: All proper. How about this one? Reggie Montgomery, Emmett Kelly, Joseph Grimaldi, Ronald McDonald, Bianca Del Rio.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Oh, clowns (laughter).

EISENBERG: (Singing) Clowns is appropriate.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: They’re all clowns.

EISENBERG: Reggie Montgomery was the Ringling Brothers’…

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Yeah.

EISENBERG: …First African American clown. Emmett Kelly carried out with the Ringling Brothers within the ’40s and ’50s.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: You recognize, he did that well-known sweeping-up-the-spotlight bit.

EISENBERG: Oh, yeah?

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: He was, like, the world’s most well-known clown. His huge bit was a highlight – he tried to brush up the highlight. It was the entire thing.

EISENBERG: Weary Willie – he was, like, the sad-sack hobo. That was the character.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: That one I didn’t find out about.

EISENBERG: Yeah. Joseph Grimaldi was thought to have created the favored picture of the clown within the early 1800s, with the white-and-red face paint.

COULTON: (Laughter).

EISENBERG: Bianca Del Rio – not a clown, per se, however she…

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: No, no, no. No, no, no. She’s a clown.

(LAUGHTER)

EISENBERG: She’s a clown? Properly, she’s described herself as a clown in a costume, however…

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: I do not suppose there’s any have to qualify that.

(LAUGHTER)

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: If you’re listening, Google Bianca Del Rio, and you’ll say, no, no. No want to clarify.

(LAUGHTER)

COULTON: Positively a clown.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: I am shocked you did not embrace Marcel Marceau, the well-known mime.

EISENBERG: Proper. So what’s the line between mime and clown?

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Properly, I feel it is a stylization of the make-up and likewise a talking factor. Most mimes do not communicate, and there is no line between them as a result of mimes are clowns.

EISENBERG: Mimes are clowns.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Yeah, however not all clowns are mimes.

COULTON: (Laughter).

EISENBERG: Why are you significantly involved in clowns or find out about clowns?

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: So earlier than I bought into drag, I used to be truly going to take a stab at clowning. I created a clown character, and I had this complete persona. I used to be truly going to attempt to go get a meals vendor’s license in New York Metropolis and promote cotton sweet as a clown. My clown identify was Cotton Cody.

(LAUGHTER)

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Then I came upon {that a} meals vendor’s license is nearly not possible to get in New York Metropolis, like, within the neighborhood of not possible to get one.

EISENBERG: So as a result of that did not work out, you had been like, properly, possibly I will…

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Properly, I used to be concurrently attempting drag, as properly. I’ve by no means been one to essentially keep in a single lane, which is why I like drag as a result of it permits me to do loads.

EISENBERG: Yeah. However no revisiting Cotton Cody?

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Cotton Cody by no means noticed the sunshine of day.

(LAUGHTER)

COULTON: OK, this is the subsequent one. Storme DeLarverie, Barbara Gittings, Aimee Stephens, Bayard Rustin, Jim Obergefell.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Wait, Bayard Rustin? Are these all activists?

COULTON: That is precisely proper. They’re all LGBT civil rights pioneers.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Yeah, Bayard Rustin was the queer Black man who helped Martin Luther King.

COULTON: That is proper. Brazenly homosexual adviser to Martin Luther King, Jr.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Yeah. However that is superb. And do not forget Dr. Angela Davis. It is Storme who threw the shot glass at…

COULTON: That is proper.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Now it is all – and now all of it comes again to me, clearly.

COULTON: Now it is all coming again. Proper. So who’s Storme?

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: So Storme is – so there’s a discrepancy within the LGBTQIA+ historical past. Some folks say that Marsha P. Johnson threw the primary brick, and different accounts say that Storme threw the primary – it was a shot glass that Storme threw that really initiated the entire thing.

COULTON: Kicked off the Stonewall Riots. That is proper, yeah.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Yeah. Yeah.

COULTON: After which Barbara Gittings was usually often known as the mom of LGBT civil rights from the ’50s and ’60s. Aimee Stephens was a trans girl who was one of many plaintiffs within the latest case that established that LGBT staff are protected by the Civil Rights Act. After which Jim Obergefell was the plaintiff within the 2015 Supreme Court docket case that established that same-sex {couples} have the best to marry.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: I am glad I bought that one. That would’ve been actually, actually tough.

COULTON: No, you bought it.

EISENBERG: OK. This one could be laborious.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: I am prepared.

EISENBERG: “Meridian.” “Discovering The Inexperienced Stone.” “To Hell With Dying.” “The Means Ahead Is With A Damaged Coronary heart.” “Now Is The Time To Open Your Coronary heart.”

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: This one is tough. Are these, like, all lyrics or quotes?

EISENBERG: This is a touch. The creator of all of these is greatest recognized for a e-book that you just like as a result of it was tailored right into a film and a musical.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Oh, is that this Alice Walker?

EISENBERG: Alice Walker.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Oh, there we go. OK. OK.

EISENBERG: Yeah, that is proper. Yeah, “Meridian” was 1976. “To Hell With Dying” – that is what I learn my son as bedtime story.

COULTON: (Laughter).

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Wait. Do you actually?

EISENBERG: No.

(LAUGHTER)

EISENBERG: It is a good suggestion, although.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: And tonight, baby, we’ll be studying “50 Shades of Gray.” Good evening.

COULTON: OK. This is one other one for you. “Any Little Factor.” “Hell No.” “Too Stunning For Phrases.”

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Oh, cease, cease. These are all songs from – do not even learn them.

EISENBERG: (Laughter) All proper, all proper.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: These are all songs from “The Colour Purple.” Come on, Jonathan. Make it…

COULTON: Is that too – that is too simple.

EISENBERG: (Laughter).

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: That was too simple.

EISENBERG: OK, last one – I feel it is a problem. Who is aware of? Right here we go. “Rags.” “Carrie.” “Carnival In Flanders.” “Convey Again Birdie.” “Seven Brides For Seven Brothers.”

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Is that this particularly simply films which have been became – musicals which have been became films?

EISENBERG: You recognize what? I will take musicals as a result of that is actually what they’re. They’re Broadway musicals. What joins them – and if you have not heard of a few of them, there is a good cause for that as a result of all of those musicals closed after fewer than 10 performances on Broadway (laughter).

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Actually? “Carrie” closed after lower than 10?

EISENBERG: “Carrie” closed after 5.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Properly, you already know, I hate to say the apparent, however to whoever wrote that, I imply, they’re all going to chortle at you.

(LAUGHTER)

COULTON: Oh, man. 5 stars.

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EISENBERG: Hey, you probably did improbable.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Thanks.

EISENBERG: Thanks a lot.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: My pleasure. Thanks.

EISENBERG: And what a pleasure to speak to you once more. See you quickly, I hope.

BOB THE DRAG QUEEN: Yeah, I hope so.

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EISENBERG: You may watch Bob The Drag Queen on each episode of season one in all “We’re Right here” on HBO proper now. ASK ME ANOTHER’S home musician is Jonathan Coulton.

COULTON: Hey, my identify anagrams to thou jolt a cannon.

EISENBERG: Our puzzles had been written by our employees, together with Camilla Franklin and senior author Karen Lurie (ph), with extra materials by Cara Weinberger and Emily Winter. ASK ME ANOTHER is produced by Travis Larchuk, Kiara Powell (ph), Nancy Saechao, James Farber (ph) and Rommel Wooden. Our senior supervising producer is Rachel Neel. And our bosses’ bosses are Steve Nelson and Anya Grundmann. Due to our manufacturing accomplice WNYC. I am her ripe begonias.

COULTON: Ophira Eisenberg.

EISENBERG: And this was ASK ME ANOTHER from NPR. Transcript supplied by NPR, Copyright NPR.



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