The following is a character guide for the Netflix program Super Drags and their status throughout the series (with spoilers).

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Season/ EpisodeSynopsisEpisode InformationCharacters Featured

Season 1/ Episode 4 “Be Who You Are”

The serious issue of this episode is gender expression – especially for those who lack socio-economic privilege.

Director(s) Fernando Mendonca
Writer(s) Marcelo Souza
Air Date 11/9/2018

Patrick, Ralph, Champagne, Lady Elza, Goldiva, Donizete

Season 1/ Episode 5 “A Single Voice”

Lady Elza faces off against the super drags and, before the episode is over, we learn who she is out of drag!

Director(s) Fernando Mendonca
Writer(s) Paulo Lescaut
Air Date 11/9/2018

Lady Elza, Goldiva, Ralph, Patrick, Donizete, Champagne, Reverend Sandoval

Season 1/ Episode 3 “The Gay Cure”

Ralph was a young man who had it all, but lost it as soon as he came out to his father. This is his story of trying to find love in a hopeless place.

Director(s) Fernando Mendonca
Writer(s) Fernanda Brandalise
Air Date 11/9/2018
Introduced This Episode
Junior Lucas Gama

Ralph, Junior, Donizete, Patrick, Reverend Sandoval, Champagne, Goldiva, Jezebel, Goldiva and Lady Elza

Season 1/ Episode 2 “Image Is Everything”

Lemon posing in front of Safira and Scarlet.

Super Drags decides to get a bit serious and confront the beauty standards and respectability which make being queer difficult.

Director(s) Fernando Mendonca
Writer(s) Chico Amorim
Air Date 11/9/2018
Introduced This Episode
Goldiva Pablo Vittar

Patrick, Champagne, Ralph, Donizete, Lady Elza, Goldiva, Reverend Sandoval

Season 1/ Episode 1 “Lipsync Time”

Though the colors and attitudes may remind you of the Powerpuff Girls, this show is definitely not geared towards the same kind of girls.

Creator Anderson Mahanski, Fernando Mendonca, Paulo Lescaut
Director(s) Fernando Medonca
Writer(s) Vania Matos
Air Date 11/9/2018
Genre(s) Animation, Comedy
Good If You Like Gay and Drag Culture

Lots of Innuendo

Introduced This Episode
Safira (Ralph) Wagner Follare
Lemon (Patrick) Sergio Cantu
Scarlet (Donizete) Fernando Mendonca
Champagne Silvetty Montilla
Reverand Sandoval Fernando Mendonca
Jezebel Sylvia Salustti
Lady Elza Ralph Velez

Safira (Ralph), Lemon (Patrick), Scarlet (Donizete), Champagne, Reverand Sandoval, 
Jezebel, Lady Elza

Wagner Follare As Safira (Ralph)

First Noted In: Season 1/ Episode 1 “Lipsync Time”

Who Is Safira (Ralph)

Ralph is shy, a bit femme, and is a makeup artist at his dead-end day job. However, as Safira, he is as fierce as the rest of the girls, though still a little dainty. But, don’t get it twisted, she’ll still whoop some ass.

Sergio Cantu As Lemon (Patrick)

First Noted In: Season 1/ Episode 1 “Lipsync Time”

Who Is Lemon (Patrick)

The thick Patrick is very dexterous and seemingly is a numbers cruncher during the daytime. However, as Lemon, Patrick is a force to be reckoned with and is the unofficial leader of the group. Not because of age, but more so a willingness to do what the other two may piss and moan about.

Fernando Mendonca As Scarlet (Donizete)

First Noted In: Season 1/ Episode 1 “Lipsync Time”

Who Is Scarlet (Donizete)

Donizete works hard for their money and is the first one to b**** about anything and everything. She is the sassy one and will tell off anyone, including Champagne, if given reason to. But, like any queen with a mouth, her heart is made of gold. It’s just you got to dig past a bit of bulls*** to see it.

As Scarlet, well, unlike the other girls there isn’t much of a drastic change. Donizete’s personality is what it is, it’s just a physical change when it comes to her alter ego.

Silvetty Montilla As Champagne

Champagne (Silvetty Montilla) talking about herself.
Champagne (Silvetty Montilla)

First Noted In: Season 1/ Episode 1 “Lipsync Time”

Who Is Champagne

Champagne is the Bosley to the girls’ Charlie’s Angels. She is an older drag queen who keeps an eye on all things queer in the local community and, when things go awry, calls on the Super Drags to take care of them.

Fernando Mendonca As Reverend Sandoval

Reverend Sandoval (Fernando Mendonca) introducing himself.
Reverend Sandoval (Fernando Mendonca)

First Noted In: Season 1/ Episode 1 “Lipsync Time”

Who Is Reverend Sandoval

Your run of the mill, homophobic pastor who, with the way this show is, could very well be closeted for what we know.

Sylvia Salustti As Jezebel

Jezebel (Sylvia Salustti) announcing Goldiva cancelling a concert.
Jezebel (Sylvia Salustti)

First Noted In: Season 1/ Episode 1 “Lipsync Time”

Who Is Jezebel

A talk show host who cites how limited she is in saying anything, so she lets guests like Reverend Sandoval speak the hateful things she’d lose her job for.

Ralph Velez As Lady Elza

Lady Elza (Ralph Velez) smiling and winking.
Lady Elza (Ralph Velez)

First Noted In: Season 1/ Episode 1 “Lipsync Time”

Who Is Lady Elza

A queen probably past Champagne’s age who isn’t aging well so she using a machine to suck the youth out of twinks to make herself young again.

Pablo Vittar As Goldiva

Goldiva (Pablo Vittar) being introduced.
Goldiva (Pablo Vittar)

First Noted In: Season 1/ Episode 2 “Image Is Everything”

Who Is Goldiva

An international pop icon who maybe the key to giving all those who lost their highlight to Lady Elza to become filled with glee again.

Lucas Gama As Junior

Junior (Lucas Gama) when he meets Ralph.
Junior (Lucas Gama)

First Noted In: Season 1/ Episode 3 “The Gay Cure”

Who Is Junior

Junior is Reverend Sandoval’s son and was one of the counselors at his gay conversion camp. From what it seems, Junior isn’t as hateful as his father and also isn’t as machismo. Which isn’t to say he is gay, bi, questioning, or etc. More so, he doesn’t live and die by his father’s rhetoric.


How They End Season 1 End For Them? (Spoilers)

Goldiva during her concert.
Goldiva: The Super Drags slay all day, yass!

How Does Season 1 End For Safira (Ralph)

While he has possibly lost his father, and access to his sister, and we aren’t sure where, or with who, he is living with, he is out and proud.

How Does Season 1 End For Lemon (Patrick)

Patrick is still single, ready to mingle, but at least as Lemon, like the rest of the girls, he has his neca to keep him warm.

How Does Season 1 End For Scarlet (Donizete)

Not much has changed for Donizete. They still haven’t sold a single store card, they still live with their mom, and they remain an ole’ hateful queen.

How Does Season 1 End For Champagne

Champagne still has her Dil-do and now her super drags are stronger than ever, so she has much to be happy about. Though she would love for us to make sure a season two happens.

How Does Season 1 End For Reverand Sandoval/ Lady Elza

Season 1 ends with us learning Lady Elza is Reverand Sandoval and Champagne might have known her secret identity.

How Does Season 1 End For Jezebel

She’s alive and still peddling anti-gay rhetoric. Especially when gay people aren’t there to amuse her but living their own lives.


How Does Season 1 End for Goldiva

After all Lady Elza did, including making her late for her own concert, she makes a grand entrance and transform into the epitome of someone in Super Drag with a costume fit for a Disney Queen. Oh, and in the process of singing her song, she helps all those who lost their highlight, due to Lady Elza, become fabulous again.

How Does Season 1 End for Junior

It isn’t made clear, after the closing of the camp, what has happened to Junior.

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