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Can we possibly top last week's show? Not unless AJ physically shoots on Cole and Kaitlyn has a complete wardrobe malfunction, but let's do this anyway.

We start out with a recap of last week's obstacle course challenge, with only minimal comedy, followed by a recap of Michael Cole's end of show meltdown.

Has NXT always had pyro or is that new?

Josh informs us that this has been a monumental and ground breaking season, thus far. He also reveals that Michael Cole has stuck to his vow and is not there tonight, "So take your television sets off of mute." However, CM Punk's music hits and he comes out to do commentary, wearing his wrestling gear and a suit jacket.

Punk remarks that NXT is like a car crash or getting arrested. It's no fun when you're involved but it's great to watch. He then throws it up to Matt "Jefferson Darcy" Striker.

As the rookies make their way to the ring, Punk notes that Aksana has a dog named Devo, which he deems "rad", while Josh notes that Naomi's gold body suit is Slammyesque.

Matt recaps the victories from last week but is interrupted by Vickie Guerrero who Excuse Me's all the way to the ring. "Far too many open mics on this show," comments Josh.

Vickie comments that she lead Kaitlyn to victory on the obstacle course, but invited some good friends to help coach her to a victory in her match against Jamie tonight. Out comes LayCool, making a triumphant return to NXT. The last time we saw LayCool, they were triumphant in victory as their rookie, Kaval, became the next WWE breakout star. (Assuming that all footage of the brawl that followed has been destroyed.)

LayCool run down Jamie and note that her pros aren't even there, but it wouldn't matter if they were, "because they're the Bellas." This brings down Kelly, who says that she and Naomi will stand in for the Bellas, making it a six woman tag match.

The first challenge is Musical Chairs, which apparently tests the rookies' timing. Josh asks Punk if that's the sort of game straight edgers play on a Friday night.

Kaitlyn is the first eliminated, thus making the rest of the competition a waste of time. Punk wisely notes that AJ is the only one not wearing stiletto heels.

Jamie is eliminated next, followed by Maxine who responds by trying to tear out Aksana's hair. Aksana completely no sells it, but is eliminated next. "I loved you on Green Acres," quips Striker. That leaves Naomi & AJ and whoever is running the music plays fair and stops it while they're each on a side of the chair. AJ's ass hits steel first but Naomi, having 3x as much ass as AJ has total mass, nearly knocks her off. AJ is rightfully declared the winner and celebrates by, of course, bouncing.

A commercial airs for Sharktopus! It's half-shark, half-octupus, but needs Michael Cole.

Another commercial airs for New Carnival Games. That's what the Wii was truly missing, the ability to throw ping pong balls into fishbowls.

We return to an Aksana video package, followed by Aksana crying backstage. Goldust comes up and talks about how awesome her Engrish-ridden video was, then asks her what's wrong. She informs him that she's having trouble with her immigration paperwork and that she might be deported. Goldust gives her a completely serious pep talk and then has her do his breathing technique to calm down.

"Did you ever have a conversation like that with your season one rookie?" Josh asks. "I never had a conversation with my rookie," responds Punk.

Next up is Maxine vs AJ but not before we go to commercial.

As we come back, Punk notes that he's the only person at ringside who's not wearing makeup. Josh comments that Maxine has some sort of problem with AJ. Punk responds that Maxine's problem is that she likes Thin Mints (referring to the Joke Off from last week) and that she should have went for Samoas.

Josh asks Punk what the pros are telling their rookies. "I think they're telling them to win." Punk then explains that he never liked his rookie, so he didn't bother to tell him anything.

At one point, Josh refers to AJ's "lucha libre stylings" to which Punk responds "Americans do armdrags!" "She did a cartwheel too!" Maxine puts AJ in a chinlock and Punk busts out "Vintage Maxine!" quips. At one point, Punk comments that "AJ could be lethal," presumably referring to the fact that AJ was trained by, and once dated, Jay Lethal.

The match ends when Maxine hits a nice looking brainbuster on AJ and... AJ pins her. WTF???

"Can I have your attention, please?"

COLE IS BACK! COLE IS BACK!

Michael Cole comes out and informs us that he gave it some thought and realized that, among other things, "NXT without Michael Cole is like Bristol Palin trying to dance. Bad." He's going to bring back journalistic integrity to NXT. He thanks CM Punk for helping Josh out and gives Josh a big hug as we head to commercial.

We come back with all 3 men at the announce table. Punk comments that he wished he had a little chihuahua that he could dress up in human clothes. Yes, ladies and gentlemen, we just got a Mongo McMichael reference on NXT.

It's time for the Talk The Talk Challenge. Business is about to pick up!

First up is Jamie. Her topic is teeth. She completely ignores the topic other than to note that the the WWE Universe doesn't want to hear about teeth, opting to cut a generic promo instead. Striker reminds the WWE Universe, who will be voting, that they're supposed to stay on topic.

Cole asks if his gong is at ringside. Sadly, it isn't.

Naomi is up next, and her topic is toupee. She blanks out for several seconds, says she can't think of anything and that she just wants to wrestle. Cole points out the obvious line of "When I win NXT, you're going to have to pay me."

Striker gets word from the back that both Jamie and Naomi have been disqualified for not staying on topic.

AJ is up next. Her topic is a gimme, caffeine. She talks about how she bounces everywhere but she doesn't need caffeine because she gets a natural high from being in the ring. She also comments that she's been training to be a wrestler for years, whereas the rest had money shoved in their faces a few months ago. Cole actually pops for AJ.

Now it's Aksana's turn. Her topic is llama. She has no idea what a llama is. Striker tries to explain it but she can't figure it out. So he tries changing her topic to camel. She doesn't know what a camel is either. He tries to give her an easy opening by mentioning a camel has two humps but she still can't come up with anything.

Maxine's topic is foot. She works in her catchphrase about the only position for her being "at the top" (since I presume "on top" isn't PG enough) and talk about crushing AJ with her foot.

Kaitlyn's topic is ignition. She talks about how she was nervous so someone gave her the advice to picture everyone in their underwear. She starts describing what she thinks various people are wearing and notes that one guy gets her ignition running. Punk comments that he's not wearing pants, that he never wears pants when watching NXT season 3.

AJ wins but Kaitlyn clearly has the natural crowd support, coming in a close second despite cutting a pretty lame promo.

LayCool & Kaitlyn vs Kelly Kelly, Naomi & Jamie

Michael Cole informs us that he's sure this wil be a "very technical, very sound, scientific match up." Punk responds that it "could be a main event in any arena."

Josh notes that they got a Facebook comment that said "Michel Cole makes mike Adamle sound like Gordon Solie." and that it came from "Boomer Sooner 32." Punk emphatically states that Mike Adamle can run a triathlon and he's 72 years old. What can Josh do? Josh responds that @WWE has over a million followers (not even close) and that only 165 of them signed the petition to bring Cole back to NXT.

Punk notes that Kelly Kelly landed a Thesz Thesz Press. Kelly also astounds me by botching an arm wringer of all things, losing her grip on Layla's wrist as she twists it over her head.

Kelly tags in Jamie and Punk says that if he were Layla, he would knock that flower out of Jamie's hair, which Layla promptly does, popping Punk big time. "It's the first good thing she's ever done!"

Layla mocks Jamie's musculature as Cole asks Punk what it was that he referred to Jamie as earlier "A mini-Big Show?" Punk says that it wasn't him and suggests perhaps it was Josh. Josh says he would never say that, to which Punk responds "I know, Jamie has WAY more muscles than the Big Show."

Kaitlyn tags in and then hits one of the greatest spears in the history of professional wrestling. That isn't a satirical comment. It looked like she literally snapped Jamie in half, it was Skip Sheffield like in awesomeness.

SPEAR SPEAR SPEAR SPEAR proclaims Cole. "Damnedest spear I ever seen." notes Punk.

Jamie sells it for about 6 seconds and promptly regains offensive control.

Blah blah blah. At some point we end up with Naomi & Michelle McCool in the ring. Michelle hits a belly to belly suplex (or is that tummy to tummy in WWE diva terminology?) and then orders Kaitlyn to take the pin. Kaitlyn immediately attempts to do so, forgetting to tag in first. McCool pulls her back and screams at her to get back out and then tags her. Kaitlyn goes for the pin and... Naomi reverses it for the win.

The faces celebrate. Layla lays down and grabs Kaitlyn by both ankles while Michelle kicks her in the face. We end the show with LayCool and Vickie Guerrero backing up the ramp, mocking Kaitlyn, as CM Punk informs us that he'll be back next week. "For Michael Cole, I'm CM Punk, signing off. Shut up, Josh."

While not as epic as last week, there were certainly some high points. Punk started out a little... I don't want to say shaky, because he was a perfectly competent color man, but he definitely got more into the groove as the show went on. AJ winning a match by being brainbusted was excellent. Maybe she's part Samoan? Kelly botching a fucking arm wringer, a move I could successfully pull off when I was 7, was great as well. And Kaitlyn's spear is better than all of John Cena's offense combined. Barring a great match on Superstars this Thursday, Kaitlyn's spear might be the highlight of the week. Is there a Best Move (Non-Finisher) category in the RSPW awards? If not, one must be created simply so this move can win. (Or hey, maybe the spear IS Katilyn's finisher, since she's never actually won a match, we don't actually know.)

I can't seem to find a smooth closing for this recap, so I'm going to end it by recommending everyone* do a Google Image search for Celeste Bonin. You'll thank me.

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Perhaps expectations were too high after last week's magnificence but this week still brought the goods.

Aksana could be deported! Could this mean Goldust will marry her for her to stay in the country? A green card becomes a gold card? And if that ridiculously awesome storyline even happened, how could this green/gold card marriage fool INS?

Punk doesn't know anyone's names, and the names he came up with are even better than the names WWE came up with: He called Maxine "Francine". Punk: "What did I call her?" Josh: "Someone else." Then he called Naomi "Nadine", which is now what I will call Naomi.

JAMIE AND NAOMI ARE CHEATERS! CHEATERS WHO WON'T STAY ON TOPIC! AKSANA DOESN'T KNOW WHAT A LLAMA IS! NOR DOES SHE KNOW WHAT A CAMEL IS! THERE ARE NO ZOOS IN LITHUANIA!

Jamie trying to be sexy and talking about her sex appeal actually made her come off worse.

Maxine actually started off strong in her promo but then went back to the picking on AJ well, which is all she knows how to do, and she tanked it.

Kaitlyn really blew it on her topic too. "Ignition" was actually kind of a gimme. She doesn't think fast on her feet, which drops her awesomeness down a tad. And it shows she's not an R. Kelly fan. Still, she got a face pop second only to AJ when the audience was polled.

Look, overall AJ probably deserves to win this thing, but it seems like the company is completely confused about what to do with Kaitlyn. They have something here. The audience sees it. WE see it. Maybe turning Kaitlyn full blown face thanks to the LayCool beatdown is a step towards them reconciling the positive reaction they probably didn't expect Kaitlyn to receive, brought in as a last second ringer for the fired giantess as she was. Or maybe she's being punished for her "risque" photos (Google Celeste Bonin as InVerse suggests.) Punk may have fired off a comment even more revealing than it seemed when he said: "Kaitlyn is being pulled in different directions."

And that Spear was the best since Goldberg used to plow into WCW jobbers.

WHERE WAS COLE'S GONG?


(edited by John Orquiola on 21.9.10 2132)


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#3 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.66
CM Punk just ruled it here. Can we please keep him for the rest of the series?

It's just so obvious they don't care anymore...and we are all better for it.




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Like the saying goes: THIS SHOW IS SO BAD THAT IT'S GOOD.

CM frigging Punk behind the announcers table piling on with the show bashing and taking shots at Josh totally edges tonites show a little bit over last weeks show for me.

Now that Cole is back, I say the gong reappears next week.








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#5 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.91
(Spoiler?) The gong does not appear next week, as it was also taped last night, and would have ruined my sight line to the ring.



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#6 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.70
Nothing was ever going to compare to last week's gong show but this episode still made me so happy. I was excited to see CM Punk but that hardly compared to how my heart soared when Michael Cole came back. The return of Laycool made this a veritable NXT all-star game, absent only Zack Ryder.

This was the night that Oksana turned it around, and the show when Jamie was exposed as the cheater, chump, "little boy robot," and "Lady Big Show" that she is. Oksana Sammy Sosa'd her way to Talk The Talk glory and turned the harsh light of judgment on Striker himself, AND began an amazing green card marriage angle with Goldust. "But I am want entertainment :(" she says. "What's the question was?" What is this word gong, I do not know this word.

I don't care what anyone says, Kaitlynn is what would be classified as a "dingus" and as a class clown winner myself I hold her to a high standard. But she does have moments of greatness like crossing the finish line in style last week and redeeming her Talk The Talk bomb with "And Scene."

Kelly Kelly unscripted getting pissed and dishing out challenges, god yes.

Maxine should've won musical chairs since she sits in desk chairs in her office, her business office where she's the CEO of the business and the business is the WWE universe and she doesn't give a promotion to anyone because they're bad and business = wrestling and business also = sex.

Love Layla clowning and stooging for Jamie and waiting and waiting and waiting for her to pay it off by knocking her down and waiting and waiting and finally giving up and locking up.

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    I don't care what anyone says, Kaitlynn is what would be classified as a "dingus" and as a class clown winner myself I hold her to a high standard. But she does have moments of greatness like crossing the finish line in style last week and redeeming her Talk The Talk bomb with "And Scene."

Did you miss her sprawling out over Jamie's lap (almost the same pose as the box one from last week) when she realized she was eliminated from musical chairs? I think this girl is literally made of win. Like, tiny win particles. That make up her being. Midichloriwins.

(edited by Spaceman Spiff on 22.9.10 1036)

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Agreed that, while this wasn't the 10 out of 10 that last week's show was (Lady NXT Episode 3 is vying for #1 with Community's "Modern Warfare" for Best Episode of Television Aired In 2010), this episode did show that they understand and are committed to a winning formula. The addition of CM Punk as Cole and Josh's wacky neighbor should continue to pay off as we move forward.

Best thing that no one has mentioned yet: Punk declaring (twice!) "I LOVE WOMEN!" when explaining his decision to join the cast despite hating his stint on season one and only being vaguely aware of who won the second season. Also, Josh repeatedly addressing Punk as "CM" until Punk finally cracked up over it.

Biggest letdown: Neither Punk nor Josh (or even friggin' Striker) compared the AJ/NadineNaomi photo finish in Musical Chairs to Bret/Luger at the '94 Rumble. Cole would have come up with that.

I was hoping for some Dallas Ten Man crowd electricity when Cole made his triumphant return, as he's certainly earned it on NXT, but even though the crowd didn't rise to the occassion, it was immediately evident that Cole took Josh and Punk up to the next level. His sincere hug to Josh was also enormously heartwarming. Note, too, that it was only after Cole/Josh/Matthews called for Jamie's DQ that Striker threw her out, indicating the Cole is definitely the NXT GM and foreshadowing his reveal on Raw.

This was a huge week for Aksana. Shapiro nailed the "What's the question was?" line, and the Goludst Greencard angle seems can't miss, at least with in the confines of NXT's superior writing.

At this point, Maxine would have to be the first cut, but I can only assume that Edge and Jericho will take advantage of Maxine's background as an investigator/private detective to hire her to find out who the Mystery GM is. Maybe that's how they write her out: Jericho/Edge put her on the case to expose the GM, but she gets too close to the truth and is found dead, with Dr. James Andrews later revealing that the cause of death was severe bludgeoning with a gong striker. Cole, naturally, would try to pin the murder on Matt Striker, and Striker would be given the death penalty for his supposed crime on a very special episode of NXT where his fate would be determined by a 50/50 vote between the Pros and the WWE Universe.

Punk probably got in the dual lines of the night with his "little boy robot" and Mongo digs, but Kaitlyn is, of course, still the non-Cole MVP of the show. The combo of her SPEAR and her "Aaaaand scene" after bombing on her promo (but still winning over the crowd) was top notch. She would easily make the cut if NXT 4 or NXT 5 went to an NXT All-Star format. I only worry that, if she keeps doing The Robot, she's going to have to eventually, tearfully declare that she "not a robot, you guys!" to the rest of the cast at some point, Melrose Heights 90210-2402 style.
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#9 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.98
Green Acres?

Can the WWE reporters take a class in current pop culture? How many of the kids they're currently targeting have heard of it?



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    Originally posted by Matt Tracker
    Green Acres?

    Can the WWE reporters take a class in current pop culture? How many of the kids they're currently targeting have heard of it?


Did you not catch Michael Cole's pop culture references as he strutted back the announce booth triumphantly? "NXT without Michael Cole is like Bristol Palin trying to dance. Bad."

Michael Cole is hip to pop culture! He must be an US Weekly subscriber.



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#11 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.95
    Originally posted by Matt Tracker
    Green Acres?

    Can the WWE reporters take a class in current pop culture? How many of the kids they're currently targeting have heard of it?


Probably about as many as understand the jokes that Pixar includes in their movies to amuse the adult audience.
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#12 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.98
    Originally posted by John Orquiola
    Did you not catch Michael Cole's pop culture references as he strutted back the announce booth triumphantly? "NXT without Michael Cole is like Bristol Palin trying to dance. Bad."


I now confess I do not watch the show despite the joy these threads transmit.

But those kind of allusions and name-dropping is one reason why I don't like Lawler, and I'm sad to see it stretch toward Striker, who may have been cued from backstage.



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    Originally posted by Matt Tracker
    I now confess I do not watch the show despite the joy these threads transmit.
Your big chance comes TONIGHT at 7PM Eastern (THIS AFTERNOON at 4PM Pacific) when NXT debuts in what will undoubtedly be its new Internet timeslot - it don't take a rocket scientist to see that they're trying to train you for two weeks from now, when this show suddenly doesn't exist on American television...

(We hold out hope it will still show up on Hulu - not that that got us to keep current on "Superstars")

EDIT: Oh yeah, links help. Countdown (AND VERY LOUD ADS) at nxt.wwe.com (nxt.wwe.com).

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#14 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.32
I just got a chance to catch the show now. Quick thoughts in no real order:

Kaitlyn should be training Edge on how to do the spear. Hell forget that, she should have Heyman do commentary for her matches just to scream "GORE!!! GORE!!! GORE!!!"

Layla is awesome. I don't know why I haven't noticed it until the past few weeks, but she's just great. I also thought that she was great doing that posedown fooorrrreeeevvvveeerrr waiting for the beatdown that never came. I love it when wrestlers expose others' inexperience without meaning to.

I agree that Kelly Kelly going off script and issuing challenges was great. She showed more personality there than she has in the last few years. Up until last night, that "personality" was "Smile and walk everywhere with your arms in the air". Then again I've been a fan of Kelly Kelly for the last couple years.

A.J. just annoys me, that's all I got at this point.

Musical chairs? Really? The only thought I had during this segment was "Wow, I guess there WAS a worst song in their catalog that Daniel Bryan could have been given for an entrance theme".

Goldust still rules.

Why is it that I love Michael Cole as a heel commentator on this show, but hate it on RAW? Does he just try too hard on RAW? Is it just because it's more believable that someone might hate being involved with NXT?
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Best part was Cole just quietly saying "No. No." during Kaitlyn's promo.
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#16 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.78
    Originally posted by AlbySure
    Best part was Cole just quietly saying "No. No." during Kaitlyn's promo.


The thing I might liked most about Kaitlyn is that she knew her promo was bombing.
And just ended it with the 'aaand scene' thing.

the fact that she still got a pop about as big as AJ (who did deliver a decent promo and was smart enough to make sure she mentioned caffeine once more at the end to make sure ppl knew she was on topic) says that the crowd like the way she presents herself (and looks, etc)

can't wait for next weeks show. :)






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My personal ranking for the season thus far; AJ, Kaitlyn, Maxine, Naomi, Aksana, Jamie. I like AJ because she can wrestle, work the mic, and of course is good looking and energetic. Kaitlyn mostly for her character and presence, Naomi only because she can work (her character isn't coming through for me yet, but I did like her saying she was here to wrestle). Aksana will be best used out of the ring, and Jamie needs to go back to ring announcing.

I could have done without the Cole comeback, but hopefully Punk will be back, He worked off Josh quite well once he got rolling. Layla getting some good ring time and the show actually having matches were good things.



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#18 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.95
    Originally posted by OndaGrande
    Jamie needs to go back to ring announcing.


No no no no no no no no no. If she does that, then once NXT is over, we may have to hear her suck multiple times per episode, where even if she were to win NXT, we'd rarely ever get more than one shitty segment a week.

I would rank Kaitlyn, AJ, Maxine, Naomi, Aksana and Jamie. Which I realize is just OndaGrande's list with the top two switched, which means he's mostly right!

Maxine came in second on Capture the Flag and would probably have won the obstacle course if she hadn't fell off of the balance beam, so she has athletic ability. She seems to have a decent grasp on her character that I think she could better display in a non-NXT setting. AND she has a brainbuster so devastating that she beat herself with it! I'd like to see her work a match with someone who can.. work a match, to see how she does.

Perhaps Aksana is Dibiase's stalker, hoping that he can buy her a green card. He's clearly into fake blondes with impaired English, plus she mentioned that her initial contact from INS came two weeks ago (prior to the first mention of a stalker) so it could work. Aksana vs Maryse w/ dueling promos might be the only thing to top NXT Season 3.
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#19 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.03
I guess it says something about this season of NXT if Kaitlyn seems like some sort of revelatory talent.
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Sing this special song. It's just for you.
    Originally posted by AlbySure
    I guess it says something about this season of NXT if Kaitlyn seems like some sort of revelatory talent.
She can't improvise a promo but she does exude a natural vibe on the mic every time. I wish Jericho was her pro.

Justin, Hank Venture has ruined your ability to refer to Kaitlyn as a dingus. The Council of 13 requests you find a suitable replacement term.

Props to CM Punk for insincerely (extremely, blatantly, insincere) telling Josh that Musical Chairs was an integral part of wrestling school.

Tracker, get on the wagon. The worse the segment, the better the commentary. And now CM Punk is the third ringmaster of this circus? YOU ARE MISSING OUT.

What is the difference between Cole and a hammer? Is it the same as the difference between a raven and a writing desk?

"This is the greatest night of my life."
Charles Montgomery Punk, three time world champion*

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(edited by J. Kyle on 23.9.10 1136)


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