Jeffery & Cole Casserole - Netflix

Posted by Editor on Sun 30 June 2019

They're quirky, cute, and totally demented! Jeffery Self and Cole Escola are back with a fresh batch of twisted ridiculousness to take over your television screens in this sketch-comedy, reality series! Internet vlog stars, Jeffery Self and Cole Escola, return to late night television with this webcam ride into a world of sketches, bizarre moments, and general mayhem. These self-professed VGL ("very good looking)" guys are serving up their unique and absurd sketches in this web-to-TV romp.

Jeffery & Cole Casserole - Netflix

Type: Variety

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2009-06-19

Jeffery & Cole Casserole - Pandora Boxx - Netflix

Pandora Boxx (born Michael Steck; in Jamestown, New York) is an American drag queen, comedian and reality television personality from Rochester, New York. She is best known as a contestant from the second season of RuPaul's Drag Race and the first season of RuPaul's All Star Drag Race.

Jeffery & Cole Casserole - Career - Netflix

Steck was inspired to do drag after watching the drag queen Darienne Lake perform in an outdoor festival in Rochester, New York. For her first show at the gay bar Infinity in Rochester, Steck chose her drag name as a play on words of Pandora's box, an artifact found in Greek mythology. Boxx auditioned two times before becoming a contestant on the second season of RuPaul's Drag Race. Highlights of her performance on Drag Race include an impersonation of Carol Channing on Snatch Game (a Match Game parody challenge). Performing well in the show's challenges, her failure to win one resulted in RuPaul calling her “the Susan Lucci of this competition.” She was eliminated in the eighth episode, “Golden Gals.” After her elimination, Entertainment Weekly called her their pick for “America's Next Drag Superstar.” She was later voted the Miss Congeniality of his season. After her elimination, Boxx appeared on the three seasons of Drag Race spin-off series RuPaul's Drag U. She also appeared in a television commercial for Absolut Vodka that aired during the third season of Drag Race dressed as a Bloody Mary. In 2011, she hosted an episode of Logo's One Night Stand Up, a comedy special filmed live in the Bowery Ballroom in New York City. Other performers included Bianca Del Rio, Hedda Lettuce, and Kelly Mantle. Later that year, Boxx appeared in an Entertainment Weekly photo spread along with Mimi Imfurst that featured Melissa McCarthy channeling Divine. On September 27, 2011, Boxx released her first single “Cooter!” Boxx and Sherry Vine released “Give Me All Your Muff,” a parody of “Give Me All Your Luvin'” by Madonna in 2012. In addition, Boxx released several singles in 2012: a cover version of Samantha Fox's hit song “I Wanna Have Some Fun” and the original song “Nice Car! (Shame About Your Penis).”

In 2012, Sharon Needles won the online voting to appear on RuPaul's Drag Race: All Stars, but revealed that she was not going to participate due to the fact she was the reigning winner of the fourth season. Needles also confirmed that Boxx was her replacement and would appear on the show. Boxx, along with team partner Mimi Imfurst, formed Team Mandora, were the first two contestants eliminated on the All Stars. In 2013 she began hosting Drag Race recaps for NewNowNext on Logo, called “Drag Center”. She also released a single with Adam Barta called “You Seemed Shady to Me”, which hit Top 50 on the iTunes comedy single charts.

Jeffery & Cole Casserole - References - Netflix