One more for the cool cats and kittens! The Tiger King aftershow episode wrapped up everything we learned in the first seven parts of the docuseries. Though it didn't feature both the Tiger King and Queen themselves, we did see a pretty intense transformation from Joe Exotic's ex-husband, John Finlay.\nThe eighth episode in the wild series premiered on April 12 and was conducted using video chat with host Joel McHale.\nHe posed questions to guests that we got to know through the series. That included Jeff and Lauren Lowe, John Reinke, Joshua Dial, John Finlay, Saff, Erik Cowie, and Rick Kirkman.\nHowever, self-proclaimed Tiger King Joe Exotic wasn't featured in the episode. Entertainment Weekly claims that he's currently quarantined at a medical prison in Texas. He was moved there following multiple cases of COVID-19 at the Oklahoma prison where he's serving 22 years.\nExotic's sworn enemy Carole Baskin wasn't in the episode either because of her disappointment with how she was portrayed. EW writes that Baskin told them she had "not been approached about a new episode and would not participate if asked."\nPerhaps one of the most shocking parts of the 40-minute long aftershow was the radical transformation by Exotic's former husband, John Finlay.\nTiger King: Where Are They Today?Find out now with the all-new aftershow: The Tiger King and I pic.twitter.com/JB84nPx77b— Netflix (@netflix) April 12, 2020\nFinlay was featured throughout the series, almost always shirtless, with tons of tattoos and piercings, and quite a few missing teeth.\nNow, the Tiger King star looks so different, he's almost unrecognizable.\nIn the bonus episode, Finlay appeared wearing a shirt, cowboy hat, glasses, one AirPod, and a full set of sparkling white teeth. His transformation certainly caught the attention of viewers, who are in awe at how much he's changed.\nholy frick john finlay got teeth #TigerKing pic.twitter.com/rStjt7TtBX— jordanlucero22 (@jordanlucero22) April 12, 2020\nwhy is no one talking about john finlay’s transformation?! #TigerKing pic.twitter.com/i31uhFqrGf— Kyrie Mixson (@kyrieeileen) April 10, 2020\nSo Tiger King - John Finlay looks so much better with his set of new teeth. In Episode 8 he looks so different— perry corfield (@corfield1994) April 12, 2020\nDid y’all watch the updated episode of Tiger King?? John Finlay got...hot.— John (@johnnywizzz2) April 13, 2020\nJohn Finlay is the glow-up of 2020 already.. that’s it #TigerKingNetflix #tigerking pic.twitter.com/N8JU4DSiJU— Colleen Deere (@MizzDeere) April 12, 2020\nDuring the aftershow, Finlay shared that he now has a fiancé who he watched all seven episodes of the series with.\nHowever, according to PEOPLE, he felt that Tiger King inaccurately represented him. He told the news outlet that it "made me look like a drugged-out hillbilly. But at the time I did that, I was five years clean. I am now six years clean."\nFinlay even got his tattoo that read "Privately Owned by Joe Exotic" completely covered up and healed since filming took place. If you were wondering, he revealed that it was totally his choice to go shirtless in each interview, noting that he had tattoos he loved to show off.\nThe aftershow episode just aired yesterday but with the popularity of the series, it seems many people spent their Sunday tuning in.\nSome weren't too impressed with what it had to offer, with one person even comparing it to the final season of Game of Thrones.\nThat Tiger King bonus episode was the worst finale since the last season of game of thrones.— Paul Canty (@paulmcanty) April 13, 2020\nOthers were "underwhelmed," calling it "hot garbage. Unnecessary. Unappealing." As well as a "horribly desperate ratings grab."\nWas anyone else really underwhelmed by the bonus Tiger King episode? Lol— Jeremy Morales (@johncervantess) April 13, 2020\nThat "bonus" episode of Tiger King was hot garbage. Unnecessary. Unappealing. Someone at Netflix misjudged the psychology behind our collective binging.With that said, Joel McHale was brilliant. His quips were spot on, he treated everyone fairly, and voiced many of my thoughts.— Heather Valley of Plenty Merriweather (@MorroBayHeather) April 13, 2020\n@netflix y’all should’ve quit while you were ahead with tiger king, the bonus episode was a horribly desperate ratings grab and a sour note to end a perfectly produced documentary— Gabe G (@Gabeguerrero13) April 13, 2020\nThat Bonus episode they did for Tiger King was trash I’m so disappointed smfh— Jon🇬🇹 (@OnlyGuatemalan) April 13, 2020\nFor how unreal #TigerKing was the bonus episode was that bad. What a waste of time 💩💩💩— Gregg (@GreggR105) April 13, 2020\nDisappointed with the ‘bonus’ episode of #TigerKing ☹️ #JoeExotic #CaroleBaskin— Sarah Crabtree (@sarahcrabtreee) April 13, 2020\nBut still, other Twitter users were pretty satisfied with how it wrapped up everything covered in the series.\nLoving every single minute of this bonus episode of #TigerKing.— Erika (@erikaxtc) April 13, 2020\n"I was famous. 2009 was a great year for me." @joelmchale Love it LOL. This bonus episode of #TigerKing is awesome.— AJ Jones (@AJ_Jones_Author) April 13, 2020\nWe couldn’t have done better for this bonus #TigerKing episode....?— Alek (@AlekOnTheRadio) April 13, 2020\nFinished the bonus episode of #TigerKing 😳 I could watch this show forever!! Mesmerizing! 😜— itsmetei92 (@itsmetei92) April 13, 2020\nThe bonus episode of Tiger King is the closure we all deserve.— Ang DiCristofaro (@AngelaLynnee) April 13, 2020\nI appreciate the bonus episode of Tiger King, @netflix, but I need about 5 more hours. We’re all in quarantine. Give us the director’s cut. We’ll even take the cutting room floor footage!— Cassandra (@CassandraTx) April 13, 2020\nI can’t imagine a better host for this #TigerKing bonus episode than @joelmchale Perfection.— Laurie McIntosh (@lauriesmcintosh) April 13, 2020\nViewers called the episode "mesmerizing," "the closure we all deserve," and another even wants more footage to sink their teeth into.\nYou can catch the aftershow episode titled The Tiger King and I on Netflix now.