...I'd advise you to go get the Tough Enough Box Set from season one. Back on the second episode (third if you count the casting ep,) Triple H visited the crew to talk about how life was going to be as a WWF superstar. It was one of the best parts of the whole season, as HHH really got to a lot of the contestant by telling them the facts. If you have a chance, go back to slash and I'm sure either Cubs or I transcribed the stuff the showed on TV.
But there was also a good seven or eight minutes more that they didn't show. During this time, Triple H talks about idols, and how you can tell a lot about a person by who he looks up to. Then he says a lot about Goldberg and his lack of dedication to the business. I was really impressed with hom much of his speech they ended up including, and mucho props WWF Home Video for this release.
I may end up re-writing out the season now that I have the DVD, but until then anybody who enjoyed last season should get this.
I'm kinda interested in this Dudley Boyz & Heyman/Undertaker thing. This could actually turn into a decent storyline if it's played out right ... The 4-way match could have some bright spots. I'd much rather see Eddie mixed up in that.