So that means that someone is going to be cut on each of the next two episodes. And the finale will be like last year's, a hour with the first part being the last few days training, and the second part where they announce the winners at WWF New York.
"Catching Hitler was neato!" "Next stop, Hirohito!" Bart Simpson
If they're going with 13 episodes this year (as they did last year), there are only three episodes left, and the finale will be on 05/30 - presuming no other pre-emptions.
They are doing 13 episodes, their episode guide (on wwftoughenough.com) has it as episodes 1-12, and a "final episode".
All in all, you're not a very nice person. Despite this, people tend to like you. Maybe it's because you're a rebel, or maybe it's just because you scare them into liking you. Or maybe it's because if an angle sucks, you take your toys and go home. Either way, you're still a beer-drinking badass from Victoria, Texas.
the key question is "who will be cut next?" I personally think it will be pete ( he seems fairly worthless, plus his tension with Jackie will be an of camera factor as they will hold out on cutting her for marketability purposes) or Hawk ( because he's just not getting it.) Kenny will end up being cut soon as well as he is equally a non character ( which is more important than being a good "wrestler.")
"My parents said I could be anything, so I became an ASSHOLE!"
They have 4 guys and 3 girls, so gotta figure it'll probably be a guy.
I think I'd be surpised if it was Hawk - they've built so much story around him, it'd be odd for him to go down before the end. I know that's not how the really decide things, but I just can't see it happening yet.
Jake looks the part so unless he gets hurt or gets in to trouble, he'll probably stick around.
Pete and Kenny are really the same person - undersized normal people who don't have much going for them except work ethic (as far as we've seen.) Pete's the one I like less, so I think he'll go.
On the year in review RAW, will they be dumb enough to include Lucy the Dog or Necrophilia? If either comes up, perhaps Vince hasn't learned the lessons of 2002. And, they need to provide a blooper portion for Jackie Gayda.