There are few things more satisfying than watching somebody get eliminated from a reality show that totally deserved it. Magnolia Crawford may go down as one of the most bitter, unappreciative queens in Drag Race Herstory. The aggression shown on the runway after her critique foreshadowed the revelation of her utter indifference towards the show during Untucked. There’s a difference between being a conniving, shady villain (Hi, Gia Gunn!) and being a defensive, self-righteous, broke-down ho-bag and Magnolia stood firmly on one side of that fence. Magnolia was so far gone she couldn’t even see the fence if you gave her your best reading glasses. At some point during Untucked, each of the other queens took turns trying to assist Magnolia back on to the side of sanity and humility, only to have their words of constructive criticism slowly stabbed to death by Magnolia’s razor sharp nose. She wasn’t here for money or camaraderie or the chance to hone her craft. She was “only here for the exposure.” I mean, obviously. Everyone’s here for exposure; so don’t expose yourself as a difficult, whiny cow.