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Since: 13.7.02
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#1 Posted on
Okay, overall the show didn't really do much for me, but there were two moments when I was glad I'd tuned in:

Jericho's estimation of Triple H's new name: "Triple H must stand for, ha ha, Hunter, ha ha, Hearst, ha ha ha Hilarious!"

And, even better:

RVD and the Big Show: "Why don't I get the title shot at SummerSlam?" RVD - "I don't know... because you're a tool?" Show - "Blah blah blah I'm a giant blah blah blah." RVD - "Okay, so you're a GIANT tool..."

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#2 Posted on
I liked Rock's imitation of Triple H better.



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Since: 2.1.02
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#3 Posted on
Giant Tool had me rolling!!!

RVD rocks



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Since: 19.6.02
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#4 Posted on
I don't really care for HHH or his (overly)long promos, but I thought his "you've got no idea" line (I think that's how he phrased it) in response to the crowd chanting a##hole was perfect. Then he went back to being boring.



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Since: 23.5.02
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#5 Posted on
Ummm...probably because you're a tool.



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Since: 17.3.02
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#6 Posted on
I lived long enough to read a guy named 'The Amazing Salami' call someone else a tool. I can face death with a calm, steady satisfaction now.



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Since: 17.6.02
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#7 Posted on
When Flair started smashing Fozzy's equipment, I knew Lawler was gonna mention The Who.





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Since: 30.8.02
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#8 Posted on

    Originally posted by The Great Thomas
    When Flair started smashing Fozzy's equipment, I knew Lawler was gonna mention The Who.


They probably had to get a 45 year old youngster to feed him that ever-so-hip line.



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#9 Posted on
i thought the rock's hhh impressions were GOLD. i was DYING, DYING I SAY for him to call hhh "the baby game". i would have instantly become a rock fan for life.

"MY DIAPER IS THAT DAMN WET!"
"i cannot tell a lie - you are a monkey's anus!"
"fire! good! club turned sideways up your candy ass BETTER!"

i do think that rock calling hhh "benedict helmsley" was really good, though. and this coming from a guy who can't stand the rock. this is also a rock off-night? he should have them more often.
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Since: 19.3.02
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#10 Posted on
Personally, the remark that the video "of" Heyman was possibly him laying naked on the beach watching Brock work out was a favorite.
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#11 Posted on
His walrus imitation was also funny, although I would've marked if he said "KooKooKachoo."



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Since: 11.7.02
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#12 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.09

    Originally posted by tomvejada
    His walrus imitation was also funny, although I would've marked if he said "KooKooKachoo."


Only problem would be that it would go over the heads of seventy-five percent of the audience...
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Since: 26.1.02
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#13 Posted on

    Originally posted by T.R.

      Originally posted by The Great Thomas
      When Flair started smashing Fozzy's equipment, I knew Lawler was gonna mention The Who.


    They probably had to get a 45 year old youngster to feed him that ever-so-hip line.



If you watch Summerslam 98, he said the same line after HHH dismanteled The Chris Warren band's equipment. A little history for you...



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#14 Posted on
That was Wrestlemania X-IV, I think.




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#15 Posted on
All lines mentioned here were funny, but one I really liked was RVD
" can't be stiff for SummerSlam - well, not too stiff" Which I thought was a bit joke about Van Damme's being a stiff worker.

And Am I the only one that doesn't believe for a second that Lawler actually listens to any of the CDs that the WWE tends to plug? I mean he sounds like someone's father trying to pretend he's cool and with it by dropping some names.
"Oh M & M, yeah I love his work and those D13 guys, and Dr. Drew..."



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Since: 13.7.02
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#16 Posted on
Well... they don't listen to a lot of Fozzy or Drowning Pool on the playgrounds Lawler usually freuents...


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Since: 17.6.02
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#17 Posted on

    Originally posted by dfallan
    And Am I the only one that doesn't believe for a second that Lawler actually listens to any of the CDs that the WWE tends to plug? I mean he sounds like someone's father trying to pretend he's cool and with it by dropping some names.
    "Oh M & M, yeah I love his work and those D13 guys, and Dr. Drew..."

I'm still getting over the fact that J.R. has a Fozzy CD in his truck!





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Since: 22.1.02
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#18 Posted on

    Originally posted by Grimis

      Originally posted by tomvejada
      His walrus imitation was also funny, although I would've marked if he said "KooKooKachoo."


    Only problem would be that it would go over the heads of seventy-five percent of the audience...



I remember Nash saying that in his pre-match promo in WMXII. What's it mean?



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Since: 17.3.02
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#19 Posted on
It depends. If what they meant to transcribe was, 'Goo-googa-joob,' it's a reference to The Beatles' "I Am the Walrus," off Magical Mystery Tour. If they really mean, 'koo koo ka choo,' I can't help ya.



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Since: 2.1.02
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#20 Posted on
One, Koo Koo Kachoo is a reference to a Beatles song called "I am the Walrus".

Oddly enough, at Ozzfest, Neurotica (on second stage) actually performed this song, and Neurotica is on the WWE label.

Somehow, this all got very stupid.



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