Rene is even more gorgeous in person than on TV. Yummy, Yummy.
Undertaker is looking good these days -- very nice back, once he goes topless. I loved him hanging on to Sable til Steph got out there to deal with her -- he's up for facilitating a good catfight. Did we all notice that Sable's useless FMLAFA stilletto pumps came flying off when she got dumped out of the ring -- I'm tellin' ya, not in the ring!
"Why are you running all over the country eating hamburger, when you've got a hot, juicy filet mignon at home." "It isn't so much a matter of what happened, as how many times. It happened over & over & over ..." I'm liking Eric more by the minute! (Please pass the Bernaise Sauce.)
Kurt pulling the straps back up, just so he could pull them down for a second time. You gotta love Kurt!
Angle Slam into a folding chair for the Birthday Boy! Wheeee!
Bischoff to Teri: "What? Are you stupid? Or blonde? Or both?" I laughed. I also laughed at Bisch spluttering so badly at Linda. Uh... Mrs McMahon. Linda finally gets around to slapping Bischoff? Why the hell didn't she do that at home last week?!?!?!
There was a lot more pro-Nash love than I ever would have expected. Not sure why, but we loves us our Shawn Michaels here -- big pop for his entrance.
What do we think about H in spandex? I think I prefer naked thighs, but the spandex is certainly nice, 'specially when we need to cover up the wraps for his owie. I was loving that Elim Chamber strategy -- that's our Cerebral Assassin!
Flair was great. Calibrating Randy. Comforting HHH (Not that way!) about "You're not saying goodbye to it [the belt]; you're just going to wear it out there & show it to 'em for a short period of time." And then propping HHH's door shut, spanned across the wall to the cage. Killer.
Randy, did those handcuffs just happen to follow you home? After we went off air, rather than finding the keys, they brought out those Jaws of Life to cut through the handcuffs -- don't know why I found that particularly amusing.
HHH was cute at the Birthday Party too. At one point Austin was even trying to get HHH to sing. We got as far as HHH reciting the words to "Mary Had a Little Lamb", then claiming that "Nah, I don't know the words."
If you were trained by Kowalski, I don't think gravy matches are in your future anyway. I guess the only time I was truly offended was during the whole Trish Stratus/Vince affair. Especially when she was made to bark like a dog.