I missed the Conan show when he was on...wonder how that turned out.
It was one of the funniest Conans ever. Big Show was funny, Tom Selleck was funny and they did a CLASSIC bit with Sue the Sex Lady. Selleck and the Show ended up testing vibrators by putting them under their noses.
Was this the same show that Tom Selleck murdered his old mustache?
"Mankind must put an end to war, or war will put an end to mankind." --John F. Kennedy
Y'know, I can't help but think that this is what is missing in WWE right now. Comedy. Remember the classic days of the Showster, Edge & Christian and their kazoo, and Kurt Angle preaching abstinence? WWE needs to put its tongue back in its cheek.
Over 1100 posts and still never a Wiener of the Day!
Originally posted by WpobI said it before and I will say it again: they need to use Big Show in more backstage sketches. The guy is awesome in the comedy department. He has the timing and the facial expressions. A while back, I posted a thread about using the Big Show as a tag partner with The Hurricane (don't ask me to link it I do not know how!). I still believe that a angle with Big Show as the reluctant side kick to the Hurricane would be awesome. It would be even better if Linda let them go back and forth between Smackdown and RAW because they are the WWE's resident super heores. They could make the tag scene on both sides much more enjoyable and it would give Big Show a purpose while keeping the Hurricane in the spotlight.
Please let Vince have a brain melt and give us this! Big Show + Hurricane would GO OFF LIKE A FROG IN A SOCK!!
Even though we got the "reluctant partner" in Lance Storm a while ago, that was golden and this could be better
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If Big Show ever did team with Hurricane or Tajiri again or Spike agian, etc. etc. I think a pretty cool little move they could do is Big Show using his Alley-Oop powerbombish move to throw the little guy crossbody style at their opponet.
Rorschach: "None of you understand. I'm not locked up in here with you. You're locked up in here with me."
Disagree. Havoc had a series of strong undercard matches, especially a wonderfully (if obviously) booked Sting/Flair vs. Pillman/Arn match that featured Sting capturing his record 6th "Dumbest Man In Wrestling" title.