Hey, I just realized the climax of tonight's Raw was the boss leaving somebody voice mail. What is this, WOW?
¡Azúcar, flores y muchos colores! Estos fueron los ingredientes elegidos para crear a la niñita perfecta. Pero el profesor Utonio agrego accidentalmente otro ingrediente a la formula: ¡la sustancia X! Y así nacieron, ¡las Chicas Superpoderosas! ¡Con sus ultra súper poderes, Bombón, Burbuja y Bellota dedican su vida a combatir el crimen y las fuerzas del mal!
gonna build a giant drill and bore straight into hell releasing ancient demons from their sleep-forever spell so they can walk upon the earth and get recituated and run the diet pill pyramid that MC Pee Pants has created
Bisch managed to turn me off within a minute. The promo he cut was far too long winded, boring, and pointless. Bischoff isn't going to help ratings. Bischoff isn't going to help the rebuilding process. Bischoff isn't a new direction. He's just something else for Vince to spend money on.
Wow... This looks like REALLY should've skipped work for RAW. So, Bisch is back? nWo is dead? The split is getting reworked?
So...you're meaning to tell me that the last five months of TV has been utterly pointless, save for a few cool parts involving Flair, Van Dam, Lesnar, the Dudleyz, the Hardyz, Taker, Angle, Edge, Hogan and the Canadians?
Bart: Hey, immigrants! Beat it! Country's full! Sailor: OK people, you heard the lady. Back into the hold. We'll try Canada. [the immigrants moan] -- "The City of New York Vs. Homer Simpson"
"That's what the Internet is for, slandering others anonymously" Banky Edwards (Jason Lee) in Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back
I would officially like to state that Satan has come to the WWE and he has brought his hair dye of doom with him. At times like these I am reminded of the infamous ballad "Wrestling Pie" by Don McLean. Sing along if you mst:
"Somewhere the Jericho's cried, the Flair's asked why, and wrestling died.
And they were singing Why Why this here Bischoff guy, we left WCW because his money went dry, and now this husky ol boy has come to make my career fry, singing this will be day that wrestling died. this is the day that wrestling died."
Fortelling words for sure. Who knew folk singers could be soothsayers?
I give him 3 months until he puts himself over as the leader of an evil faction and makes me stop watching the WWE for good. On the other hand if he DOES start raiding Smackdown and going with Monday Night War kinda vibe it COULD be interesting, but I just hate the guy. He grates on my very last nerve, much like Stephanie McMahon.
Only time will tell.
WIENER OF THE DAY! July 6, 2002!
I think if you are in the passing lane, and not passing, your license should be revoked, and you should be forced to ride the bus until you promise to never delay the rest of us again. --George Carlin
Originally posted by Shem the PenmanShe goes to bed, I click over, and there's Eric Fucking Bischoff in the middle of the ring. It's like opening my bathroom door and finding Amelia Earhart and Judge Crater in there playing pinochle.
This is my favorite quote of the month.
"No society has managed to invest more time and energy in the perpetuation of the fiction that it is _moral, sane and wholesome_ than our current crop of _Modern Americans_." -- Frank Zappa
I have, really, three things to say about all of this.
One: Unca Eric looked rather silly. If black were truly a slimming color, he'd have vanished completely. Which would've made the gnashers-of-teeth pretty happy, I'm sure.
B: Bischoff cannot POSSIBLY kill the WWE like he did WCW, simply because he's not writing the checks. Put your shovels down, he can't be any worse than Steph.
Trois: While the opinions are flying, there're a couple I'm really interested in seeing. One's the opinion of Mr. CRZ hisself, but I think we'll be getting that one way or another. The other is Guru Zim's. Don't ask why, I'm mysterious and enigmatic.
...and yes, I did it deliberately, so shush! (:
Kansas-born and deeply ashamed The last living La Parka Marka: HE raised the briefcase!
I am just upset that I got no closure from Booker T *sniff*. There he is with coach, saying "man, are you sure you're black?" something something Allen iverson style (WTF? had me cracking up) something something Can you dig that........ no payoff. He was holding it too, the crowd was yelling it, and then walks in Eric Bischoff. Darn you Eric Bishoff, for depriving me of my "SUCKA!".
You know, I think it's great that we don't always get our "SUCKA!" It makes it more special.
Remember when Rocky was spewing catchphrase after catchphrase? The audience would finish the sentence for him and he would just stare at the camera. Similar to waht happened last night.
But that aside...
HOOOOOOLY FUCKIN MOSES!!! Easy-E is back on TV.
You know, if this angle fails, (if...hehehe) they can put some big glasses on him and have him say, "I loooooove yoooou!"
Since they are re-hashing old gimmicks and what not.
I would like to congatulate Al Snow on his contact with La-Z-Boy. Because we all know Al doesn't sell chairs. - Mick Foley
I'll wait and see on this one, but I'm not happy with it. I just don't understand what they are going to do with him. In my opinion, the Vince angle (Evil owner, yadda yadda) is over done... and Bischoff really was just a cheap knock-off of that angle.
If they can come up with something compelling and interesting to do with Bischoff, then I will be happy.
I do like that he is Calling the Big Show Giant. Bring back the Giant!
Bruce Mitchell at the Torch says what I'm truly thinking:
"I've got an important revelation for WWE and its writers. Get your face up close to the screen and read the following carefully: All those people in the stands didn't care about Bischoff's brilliant melding of truth and fiction. Neither did the vast majority of people at home. You know why? You know why they paid all that money for parking, for food, for souvenirs, for those tickets? You know why they sat on their hands through Bischoff's speech?
"Because they're wrestling fans. They don't care about ratings wars from five years ago, who threw what in the garbage can back then, or any of it. They want wrestling. They want wrestling stars in wrestling matches that can make them get to their feet and who can cut wrestling promos that make them want to spend more money to see more wrestling shows. That's why only thousands of people subscribe to wrestling newsletters and read the internet sites, but millions buy wrestling shows at much higher prices.
"As long as WWE pushes the producers of the shows (fictional or not) as more important than the WWE Superstars themselves, none of this is going to do a damn thing to turn this company around."
But as was mentioned earlier, Lawler very clearly bumped into Punk on his way out of the ring. It was clumsily done, but in the world of Real Men, if you bump into someone like that it's a show of disrespect.