God, Trish in that video is so awesome. I rented her "Bounty Hunters" movie a few weeks ago, solely for her. She does well as a kickass action chick... the writers and other actors.. well.. I had to turn it off after about 30 minutes.
Originally posted by PapadocGod, Trish in that video is so awesome. I rented her "Bounty Hunters" movie a few weeks ago, solely for her. She does well as a kickass action chick... the writers and other actors.. well.. I had to turn it off after about 30 minutes.
But she is still fine as hell. What a body.
The one time where they hired a fitness model and it worked out really well. Wonder if Trish shows next week. Hell, if Kharma isn't coming back, maybe they throw a big number at Trish and she sticks around.
I don't remember all that much from Macho and Liz. I do recall being hyped as a little kid.
My pick would be the wedding of Test--strike that, HHH and Stephanie. Not only was it outrageous to begin with (he kidnapped her and the Vegas-priest accepted Hunter's terrible ventriloquist act?) but it started another great period in WWE. The Helmsley-McMahon regime.
2nd Best was probably Chuck & Billy. It was lame how they ended up not being gay. But the whole reveal of Bischoff and the 3 minute warning was awesome.
Special mention has to be made for the Kane-Lita wedding, because of Trish (but yeah, that's been brought up a few times already )
The awesomeness of the surprise Bischoff reveal is the prime example of why I never read spoilers. Until the minister started counting backwards in time (at which point I realized that he would end up at "3 Minutes"), I never suspected that his face was a mask. To this day the Billy/Chuck wedding ceremony is the standard by which I judge all wrestling weddings.
(I still don't buy the idea that Mr. Ass is straight, though. I can imagine Chuck Palumbo as straight, but a straight Billy Gunn is unbelievable.)
I'd vote for Billy and Chuck's "wedding" simply because the Bischoff reveal was so out of left field and amazing. I was thinking the whole time that WWE had just hired a lousy actor to play the reverend --- the thought it was Bischoff never even crossed my mind.
"It breaks your heart. It is designed to break your heart. The game begins in the spring, when everything else begins again, and it blossoms in the summer, filling the afternoons and evenings, and then as soon as the chill rains come, it stops and leaves you to face the fall alone." --- Bart Giamatti, on baseball
Most entertaining: Billy & Chuck Best long-term beyond one funny segment on one show: Test & Stephanie, catalyst of the best year in company history Unless you very long-term, in which case, hrmm: Test & Stephanie Most pointless: Teddy & Kristal, although I guess it did lead to the Excuse Me Era Best NXT wedding: Goldust and Aksana 1st runner-up: Johnny Curtis and Maxine
Originally posted by StaggerLeeDidn't Hillbilly Jim get hitched on TV as well?
Uncle Elmer. On Saturday Night's Main Event.
Actually, that's my #2 behind Liz and Macho man. Not for the wedding itself because that was hideous. But for the awesome ways both Rowdy Roddy Piper and Jesse Ventura craped on it. Especially Ventura with the poem and the classic line "It looks like two fish fighting over the same piece of corn" when they were kissing.
I really hope that Wrestlecrap puts up their induction of the wedding this weekend. It's one of the funniest I've ever read on their website.
Not only do we have some good matches for next week's Raw, but we were also graced with a cliffhanger (of sorts). What is the question on Kane's mind? What possible answer could Lita have? So what are the possibilities for the question: