Season Finales, Lesbians, and Drag Kings

A drag king show at the Alamo?

Sunday! Sunday! Sunday! Not Monster Trucks, but instead, grrr, it's Lesbo-tronic Television brought to you by Kings N Things. For years, a staple in Austin for goooood entertainment, impressive facial hair, and some of the best "killing-time- while-the-other-dudes-change" emcee-ing we've ever seen -- KNT present a quick drag show, followed by, drumroll please, an audience vote to choose which television season finale you may want to watch. [Too bad they're too late for The OC
-- ed.]

Fill the Alamo with queer ladies; it just might be L Word. No shit.

Buy your tickets here, dogg.

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