By Joey Nolfi
Updated October 12, 2016 at 12:00 PM EDT

The second season of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars featured the likes of Alyssa Edwards and Phi Phi O’Hara spilling some of the realest tea the Work Room has ever seen, but leave it to the show’s most iconic trio of sisterhood — Rolaskatox — to boil the kettle one last time as the finish line approaches.

EW has an exclusive clip showing off the fireworks before the final runway, as the storied trio — whom many fans have accused of playing favorites throughout All Stars after eliminating deserving queens like Edwards and Tatianna instead of ousting their own underperformers — seemingly begins to crumble.


“It hits me all at once. This is Rolaskatox and one other person. This is not good. It just all is seeming very oddly strangely familiar,” Alaska says, referencing the season 5 finale, which saw Rolaskatox collectively falling to Jink Monsoon, who ultimately took the title. “The last time it was the three of us and a lovable weirdo, we all saw how that f—ing worked out.”

Detox doesn’t take kindly to Alaska’s feelings.

“I think you’re coming way out of left field for this, though, because I don’t feel like anything is similar to our last time being in this position,” she says. “Alaska is acting ridiculous. It’s very self-centered [to say], ‘I’m not gonna win because I’m hanging out with you guys.’ Well, f— you. I’m trying to win. We’re all trying to win. It’s not just about you, girl. Sorry.”

EW will premiere an exclusive clip from the final All Stars episode every morning leading up to the Oct. 13 season finale, which airs this Thursday at 8 p.m. ET on Logo and VH1. Watch Rolaskatox break down in the video below.

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