Originally posted by dwatersI just watched the clips online, and as stupid, childish, and sitcommy as the DX part was, I still somehow found it entertaining. Shawn and Hunter are very comfortable on camera after all these years. It was totally corny, but there was an element of fun to it that has really been lacking on WWE TV lately.
Me, I look at it this way: If we have to have DX, I'd rather have them doing dumb sitcom skits than the dick jokes and 40-year-old fratboy humor we got from their *last* reunion.
"The object of persecution is persecution. The object of torture is torture. The object of power is power. Now do you begin to understand me?"
I was actually kinda mad when Miz returned for two reasons;
1) It made Miz's firing from Raw irrelevant when Piven hosted and
2) I was hoping he would be on Smackdown where he would actually be relevant instead of being a jobber to Cena every other week. Miz is a good in-ring performer but doesn't neccesarily get the chance to be a credible wrestler if he gets lost in the shuffle and gets jobbed. If he is going to kept on Raw, at least give him a feud with MVP, Kofi, or some solid mid-card wrestler and have him eventually be the US Champion.
One thing I should also add is that I chuckled when HBK referred to SummerSlam and said "I thought it was SummerFest" when he referred to Piven's accidental screw-up.
Decent show today. Why is Homicide booked so horribly? Outiside of the incredible, but too short Daniels/Styles feud, has Homicide done anything other than stomp, throw punches, and pin the person after a Border Toss or Konnan interference?