Welcome back, uglies. It’s down to the final four and they’re still lost in the world of Wasteland as they prep for their on-stage debut of the Four Horsewomen of the Apocalypse. With the stakes so high in an atmosphere without rules, the ghouls unleash their innermost beast to try and claw towards one of the spots in the finale.
Despite what all these ladies have gone through, from their highest victory to lowest moments, all four have exhibited the bloody hunger and drive to make this this far in the competition. And although desert was harsh, they pulled it together and delivered a powerful performance on the Westland stage channeling their own unique Horsewomen of the Apocalypse. And they slayed it. James Majesty and Victoria Black in particular created quite the ruckus and Biqtch Puddin wowed with some amazing smoke effects.
Although she cranked it up and showed that she has come a long way, Abhora kind of faded into the background a bit when it came to the onstage performance. She’s come such a long way from where she was in episode 1 and you have to give her credit for making a very necessary attitude adjustment, especially when it came to being negative and her rival Biqtch. And though the Judgement critiques from The Boulet Brothers and Vander Von Odd were honest, she riled herself up to face Extermination.
No one was safe from the Extermination round this week, as the Boulets really wanted to see who would fight tooth and nail to be in the finale. The girls were strapped into bungee harnesses, armed with weapons and were pitted against each other to duke it out in the Wastelands’ own Thunderdome. It was James vs. Victoria and Biqtch vs. Abhora, the face-off everyone was waiting for. From the moment the ghouls were unleashed in the metal arena, a pure feral energy took over them as they launched at each other over and over, aiming to prove they were the top fighter. When the dust settled, Victoria and Biqtch emerged the victors of their rounds, nailing a spot in the finale.
It was a wild night at Wasteland and the wannabe monsters gave everything they had (and then some) to prove they were Top 3 material. In a predictable yet still notable turn, Abhora was the one who couldn’t claw her way up to the top before the other girls and was left in the dust. On January 9th, all of the queens return for a tell-all reunion that is sure to be, as Swanthula said, “a messy, emotional, dramatic train wreck.” See you at the bloothbath, uglies.