The new season of Queer Eye dropped on Friday, March 15 and 8 brand new episodes are available on Netflix RIGHT NOW. It really is the soul-soothing, wholesome content that we've come to expect from Queer Eye.
From sisters who have spent too long helping others and forgotten to care for themselves, to an anxious soon-to-be father, Queer Eye made a lot of people's lives better this season, all while making us sob.
Of course, eagle-eyed fans spot every mistake the Fab Five make, and aren't afraid to clock the boys for all sorts of things. Below is a collection of the best tweets out there.
TL;DR Below is a compilation of tweets from keen fans criticising the Fab Five for reasons ranging from the legitimate to the downright hilarious.
I'm glad to know that I'm not the only one who noticed this typo:
I can’t get over the fact that @tanfrance makes a joke in the first episode of Queer Eye season 3 about taking the woman “from hunter to hunty” and whatever straight person was in charge of naming the episodes just didn’t get it pic.twitter.com/OcXBFdit1Y— Caitlin J. Stout (@CaitlinJStout) March 18, 2019
People are quick to point out Anthony's relatively small (useless?) role when compared to the others:
this is antoni from queer eyepic.twitter.com/ZlouFNfbUd— avatar kyra (@_kyracook) March 18, 2019
Antoni on S3 E3 of Queer Eye pic.twitter.com/3F996gYPYn— Chris, also known as (@sparktrooper) March 18, 2019
Come to think of it, Karamo gets a lot of the same criticism while Bobby does NOT get the recognition he deserves:
every queer eye episode:— Joe Fortney (@fortney_joe) March 18, 2019
-Karamo: hey try not being depressed
-Tan: french tuck
-Bobby: builds an entire new house
-Antoni: avocado toast
Some people are arguably suspicious about the hidden hotties that end up on the show:
How do they manage to find all these guys for Queer Eye who are literally one haircut away from being regulation hotties— Kristin Chirico (@lolacoaster) March 18, 2019
Other fans have more valid critiques of the show:
My dearest @QueerEye I love you so so much but the “spirit animal” thing in S3E7 is super disrespectful to the Native nations and traditions that concept comes from.— Dr. Adrienne Keene (@NativeApprops) March 18, 2019
It's hard to hear this rightful criticism though because the Fab 5 are precious gifts and we want to protect them at all costs.
100%. I would love it to be acknowledged that most of the guests' problems are really:— vegan mortensen (@TrinAndTonic) March 18, 2019
- gender expectations
- unresolved childhood emotional abuse
but like, it's fine. this show is a tasty brain snack. give everyone a french tuck and cafe lights it's fine
The cast is constantly evolving and growing, and hopefully, this kind of stuff won't find its way into season 4.
Can we also talk about how emotional this season was? I was. NOT. READY.
me:— rach. (@MarschkeRachel) March 18, 2019
queer eye: pic.twitter.com/nnreo5t8gX
*child dies in a movie*— 🏳️🌈 fiNESSA 🏳️🌈 (@the_vampire_god) March 18, 2019
Me: *doesn’t cry*
*someone finds the love of their life*
Me: *doesn’t cry*
*a wonderfully deserving woman gets her teeth fixed on Queer Eye and says “I can finally smile again”*
me watching every episode of the new season of queer eye pic.twitter.com/NmcyrlxyUs— little tittle (@reesetittle) March 18, 2019
Not to mention that I think the show is giving us all the confidence to be our best selves this week:
A typical morning: waking up 15 minutes before I have to leave, showering fast and brushing my teeth.— Marie Kondominium (@MyLifeAsAPijohn) March 18, 2019
After binging season 3 of @QueerEye: applying face moisturizer as if the Fab 5 are watching from their loft. Bruley nodding in approval and @jvn asking who gave me permission?
We obsess over queer eye which is 5 guys who just treat someone how we all should be treating each other 🤷🏽♀️ pic.twitter.com/kgmcNaks0H— Antonia Lobocki (@a_lobocks) March 17, 2019
Go watch the show if you haven't already, and learn a thing or two!