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QOTD 103: Welcome to Mainstream, Don't Be An Idiot.

I just caught the one and only Diamond Dallas Page on Shark Tank this past week and....he kinda made a dork of himself, saying "BANG" and doing the diamond cutter symbol roughly 7 dozen times in about 2 minutes.

I shook my head, this is why we can't have nice things, IWC.Though it worked, my moms bought DDP Yoga that night.

Thus:

What is the most embarrassing thing you've ever seen a pro wrestler do on a non-wrestling show? What about the best?

I'm sure we've all read about "The Weakest Link" and a couple of other examples, but I think my favorite non-wrestling related appearance was either Vader on Boy Meets World, or when The Rock hosted SNL and Big Show, Foley, and I think Triple H(?) tagged along for the ride. That stop smoking sketch was funny.

As a kid I *really* loved the Mad TV / Bret Hart angle they ran and promptly forgot about. 

What say you, Otters?



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  1. Hearing Chris Masters being acknowledged as a former WWE champion. That's the worst.

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  2. YankeesHoganTripleHFanFebruary 23, 2014 at 11:27 AM

    Vader on Boy Meets World. Wait...I take that back. Boy Meets World was awesome. Anyone else psyched for Girl Meets World?

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  3. Only if they bring the one teacher back.

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  4. Chris Masters is former WWE Champion?

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  5. I remember sometime during the 00's seeing Randy Savage on BET promoting his rap album. Nothing will ever be more awkward than that.

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  6. I've been watching a bit more when I can catch it, and ya know, the show's still pretty good - probably because it's wrapped in Nostalgia a bit, but what a wholesome, silly, sometimes ribald, show!

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  7. Hate to say it, but Bret Hart on The Simpsons was pretty terrible. I was really excited to see how they were going to use him, but when he appeared he was just a cliche wrestler who said stupid things like, "this place has got old-man stink". It would have been better if they'd just used a made-up a wrestler (like the Iron Yuppie) if all he was going to do was act as a generic stereotype.

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  8. He never won any gold his entire 2 runs.

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  9. The best was seeing Hogan and Piper in Walker Texas Ranger.
    Same with Savage in Spider-Man.

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  10. Mr. Feeny or the teacher who showed up for two season who rode a motorcycle and adopted Shawn?

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  11. I was thinking about that the other day? It was just a one-off cameo while he was looking for a house, right?

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  12. ALL of Thunder in Paradise! Every second of every god awful episode!

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  13. Feeny, didn't he also become their principal when they entered high school or something?

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  14. Remember when all the WWF guys used to appear on Arsenio? They were always in kayfabe which comes off as a bit insulting. Oh, best and worst was The Ultimate Warrior's appearance on there.

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  15. Savage in Spider-man was great! BONE SAW!

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  16. YankeesHoganTripleHFanFebruary 23, 2014 at 11:36 AM

    Mr. Feeny.

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  17. Sadly his last film was a Disney movie.

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  18. Yeah he was the principal in high school and if I remember right started a job at their college when the kids went.

    Also, Mr. Feeny= KITT from Knight Rider. Mind blown?

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  19. must do a search for this. brb.

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  20. Hey if kids everywhere get to expierence The Macho man, more power to em'.

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  21. Most embarrassing would be the Chris Benoit mess, probably the worst time to be a wrestling fan...

    Im not sure its the best, but I rather enjoyed Stone Cold on Nash Bridges and wish he had gotten a spinoff as he was quite good in the role....

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  22. Haha they wanted some of that John Stamos money.

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  23. He voiced the car?!

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  24. give "Piddle Twiddle and Resolve" a google :)

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  25. Not a pro wrestler, but this pro wrestling fan keeps using the term Otters even though no one likes it.

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  26. He promoted Be A Man on BET!? Wow, I love Mach even more today than I did yesterday....

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  27. YankeesHoganTripleHFanFebruary 23, 2014 at 11:40 AM

    The irony is that it was good when it was on the air....but after the series ended it got elevated to legendary stadus...who would have thought that Ben Savages show would have been more loved then his brothers, (and BTW The Wonder Years was fantastic)

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  28. Then a teacher at the College, too. But because the show didn't take itself like, incredibly seriously, no one seemed to care.

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  29. Actually, that leads to a nice spinoff question. What's the most embarrsinga thing you've seen a pro wrestling fan do? In real life, not online.

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  30. The SUPER DRAGON! guy.

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  31. Same with Hogan doing a promo in Muppets From Space.

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  32. Watched that movie in 7th grade and I was like, Hogan! Booooo WCW

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  33. YankeesHoganTripleHFanFebruary 23, 2014 at 11:46 AM

    I should have watched it. I was a bad Hulk Hogan fan in that respect.

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  34. He fittingly was playing a heel too.

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  35. I'm just going to post www.wrestlecrap.com here. I'm CERTAIN we've all heard of it, but in case you haven't it - it's essentially this QOTD in website form.

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  36. YankeesHoganTripleHFanFebruary 23, 2014 at 11:50 AM

    Hey that's not fair...I have been waiting for the match between The Hitman and the Shrieking for years now.

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  37. I have heard of it, which is why I'm going to say, go to Amazon.com and buy all of the books this website has produced.
    Don't get excited, it's just like 3, maybe 4.

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  38. It would be awesome if Turner came back. Seasons 2-4 were my favorite.

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  39. Death of WcW is on my list. Has Cuuch covered that one?

    Has anyone seen Cuuch for that matter? He's tough to finger.

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  40. For a good laugh, get the Book of Lists.

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  41. Eww, why would anybody try to finger Cuch?

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  42. That's what I was thinking.

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  43. Because I'm an unselfish lover.

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  44. I went to a local show and some asshole was screaming the n-word at some skinny kid who had obviously just started wrestling. He got escorted out.

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  45. Wrestlecrap is one of those sites that was funny 12 years ago, but now it's just lame. And really not funny.

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  46. Yeah, it was from "The Old Man and the Lisa" where Burns loses his money. Mr. Burns has to sell his mansion and the Hitman is looking at it. It was a very awkwardly forced appearance.

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  47. Hulk Hogan cutting a promo in the middle of Gremlins 2.

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  48. That's who ddp is. Him not being him would be fake and sad.

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  49. Doesn't he pop up in the Marge real estate agent one, too?

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  50. I understand, I just kind of rolled my eyes because I was telling my mom how great DDP Yoga did, what he did for all these wrestlers, then gets up there and kinda just does his dorky DDP thing after he didn't get a deal.

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  51. I'm not sure I get it; is it supposed to sound like blotters?

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  52. I hope you washed your hands before typing....

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  53. Blog Of Doom = Blog O'ders, = Blog Oders = Blog Otters.

    I WAS DRUNK.

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  54. I don't think so, but I could be wrong. On Wikisimpsons it only credits him for the one appearance. Maybe they animated him but didn't use his voice in that episode? I don't remember him being in it.

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  55. It was funny back in the day, but I haven't been in years. Ever since they closed up, but then didn't really, and then just changed.

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  56. I remember WWE hyping up his cameo and then he ended up only having one line and I LOL'd.

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  57. YankeesHoganTripleHFanFebruary 23, 2014 at 12:18 PM

    I remember that. The gremlins would have been beaten by the Leg Drop

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  58. I dunno, most of the wrestler cameos that I've seen are a mix of cool because I like wrestling and totally uncool because most wrestlers are totally uncool.


    Bret's appearance on The Simpsons was a disappointment. The 70s show ep with Rocky and Shamrock(?) was ok.

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  59. Once they didnt have all inductions available because of bandwidth, it kinda seemed meh...

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  60. With a tear in his eye, Homer said I had the best guest appearance by a wrestler named Bret Hart....

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  61. http://nerdcityonline.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/virgil-wrestling-superstar.jpg



    Nuff said.

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  62. I constantly use the "Yer goin' NOWHERE!" line; usually in the context of video games, like chasing after someone trying to run away.

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  63. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryFebruary 23, 2014 at 12:53 PM

    Best thing: The Rock in "The Rundown". Proof positive this guy was gonna make it as a legit Hollywood star before long. Didn't light the box office on fire (only his second main vehicle), but was a bigger hit on DVD; fantastic adventure movie and showed off that The Rock's charisma and presence could carry over on film.


    Most embarrassing: Hogan Knows Best

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  64. Best thing?


    Andre the Giant in The Princess Bride.

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  65. The Randy Savage Slim Jim ads might have been the zenith.

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  66. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryFebruary 23, 2014 at 12:58 PM

    Originally had that as mine, but I figured someone would put it down eventually. Great scene stealer in a classic film, although it's a little sad hearing stories that he was in a lot of pain throughout the movie (apparently, he collapsed after the scene where he catches Robin Wright at the end).


    DON'T PESTER HIM, HE'S HAD A HARD DAY

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  67. By Mad TV/Bret Hart angle that they forgot about, you mean they clearly remembered about and had Bret beat Will Sasso into a fatter tub-of-goo on Nitro right?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ewFFOc-Oye8

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  68. ...I never knew that happened. Wow. Thanks!

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  69. No matt groening came to Bret after filming with a tear in his eye stuff???

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  70. "He's tough to finger."

    Lube is your friend.

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  71. That was the joke.

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  72. Not my gimmick.


    Even if he is a marky mark for himself, I still subscribe to Bret's awesomeness even though that's gone out of fashion online.

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  73. Amsterdam_Adam_CurryFebruary 23, 2014 at 1:11 PM

    I saw a guy get tossed during the opener at an indy show for being shitfaced and acting like a fucking moron. Wait, that was me, never mind...

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  74. I saw The Rundown in theaters and loved it. Rock, Walken, and Stifler were all awesome. Walken's 'tooth fairy' story kills me every time.

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  75. Threadjack: Jake Roberts has a growth in his knee and it turned out to be cancerous. He is going to go through surgery to remove it.

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  76. Why wouldn't DDP do the things that made him famous? He does the same thing in DDPYoga. Hell, one of the moves actually employs the Diamond Cutter symbol.

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  77. When Hogan went on Regis and Kathie Lee and talked about his match with "The Underwear-Taker".

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  78. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryFebruary 23, 2014 at 1:17 PM

    I did too, I think that was one of the first movies I saw on my own with no accompaniment from parents, siblings, or friends.


    But yeah, awesome action movie and funny as hell. With The Rock a legit box office star and the movie gaining on following at home, they should do a follow-up as it'll probably do solid business. Apparently, there have been some blurbs from Peter Berg saying they've been tossing around ideas for it.

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  79. I get what you're saying. There's being who you are and there's playing to your audience. I didn't see the episode, I can't comment on his behavior, but I will say that he likely would have seen more success if he had handled himself more seriously.

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  80. Amsterdam_Adam_CurryFebruary 23, 2014 at 1:36 PM

    If that excuse doesn't work for me, it don't work for you either.

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  81. I keep misreading it as Bog Otter which sounds like a euphemism for a particularly chunky turd!

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  82. Aw that's all I'm going to think about while pooping now.

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  83. This. Although I'm still a huge fan, I just wish I could... Share a long ride and pick his brain some time.

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  84. I will hear nothing negative about the Patron Saint of Pro Wrestling, DDP. But now I have to go watch the DVR of Shark Tank.

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  85. uhm. The Rock was pretty much the only reason WrestleMania XXVII did not only not tank but instead had one of the biggest buyrates ever.

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  86. I would say it is bigger. For the price Vince payed, WCW was a no brainer. I'd put this more in line with created Monday Night Raw.

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  87. I'm not getting the network until I see that PPVs work fine and the old stuff isn't massacred with editing.

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  88. With bacon, a pint of ice cream, and thumbtacks

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  89. There is definitely part of me that just wants to see how mad they can make a crowd. I'd love to see Mania turn into the Lolapalooza with Limp Bizkit that year.

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  90. No way in hell I would order this with any chance of Orton winning. I can't even believe that is where they are going. How in the hell do they think that Orton Vs Batista at Mania won't be Brock Vs Goldberg times 100??

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  91. It'd be a buy if they still had punk vs Kane. Lazy fuck cm punk...

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  92. Well, that just sucks. Man who does everything he can to get clean, and he gets cancer? Fuck cancer.

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  93. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryFebruary 23, 2014 at 2:04 PM

    Well, considering he sold the RKO better than 90% of the roster, I would've loved to see Cuban eat a Diamond Cutter as well.

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  94. I'm more of a Walking Talk guy.

    Total fun, badass action movie and it also led to the JR call: The Rock, walking tall at Wrestlemania.

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  95. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryFebruary 23, 2014 at 2:06 PM

    Kayfabe is not dead, kayfabe is LIFE!!!

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  96. Ahhh, I dig. But Blog ODers was right there!

    I suppose if you hang out here too long you start to give off a foul blog odor.

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  97. Absolutely agree

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  98. That's not the one with Knoxville and the kid from Holes is it?

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  99. Such a fantastic show, it's comedy gold.

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  100. I can listen to guys that can really talk, i.e. Punk, Nash and Cornette. Everybody else...eh.

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  101. All the WWE guys blowing up in the van in McGruber was pretty funny

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  102. The Wyatt's are going to win? Why else would you have Erick Rowan if not to be speared to hell by Reigns?

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  103. Scream09_HartKillerFebruary 23, 2014 at 2:29 PM

    Because Batista's handsome.

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  104. I figured using "ODer" in on a wrestling blog was a little close to home.

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  105. His body was like "WTF? Where's all of our precious cocaine and alcohol?!" and made a cancerous growth to teach him a lesson.

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  106. Stranger in the AlpsFebruary 23, 2014 at 2:39 PM

    I'm pretty sure I can remember WWE associating themselves with some sort of "Girls Gone Wild" type of PPV, with Snoop Dogg. Wasn't Test on that thing? Anyone?

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  107. Not sure if sarcastic, but here's Scott's excellent evisceration of this mess:

    http://www.oowrestling.com/columns/skrants/20030313.shtml

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  108. Oh come on, I love that guy.

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  109. I find all of the wrestlers out side of the industry to always be a bit cringe worthy, especially on tv.

    But the absolute best of all time is Hogan in Rocky 3. "Thunderlips in the flesh baby!".Made Hogan a mainstream star and ushered in the era of Hulkamania and kicked off the rock n wrestling boom.

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  110. Stranger in the AlpsFebruary 23, 2014 at 2:52 PM

    WWE Superstars asking someone on live PPV if they "spit or swallow" would have Vince and Stephanie spontaneously combusting on the spot today.

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  111. Hope your moms are carefl. It's possible that DDPYoga causes cancer.

    http://www.prowrestling.net/artman/publish/WWE/article10035973.shtml

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  112. Don't mock DDP, he was trying to move forward with a huge project in his life and he had a short period to sell the hell out of it. Also, they edit those things, I bet he really only said bang 10 times over a much longer period. :D

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  113. Kamala just said some shit: http://www.lordsofpain.net/news/wwe/Kamala_Says_Racism_and_Sexual_Abuse_Dominated_WWE_Talks_McMahon_Undertaker_More.html

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  114. I don't know if this counts but having WWE wrestlers and announcers on XFL was very embarrassing. I'm big fan of the idea of Spring football and XFL could have been something if not for the horrid cross promotion. The following few years had guys like Maurice Clarrett, Mike Williams, and Marcus Vick who got kicked out of college and could have made for great television. Tebow could XFL MVP this year.

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  115. Scream09_HartKillerFebruary 23, 2014 at 3:15 PM

    "After the show, in the dressing room, Phil Lamarr confided in me, with tears in his eyes, that I was a better actor than John Travolta, and I deserved to star in Titanic."

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  116. I REALLY hope the Chyna/xpac sex tape isn't considered mainstream. I still don't know why me and my friend watched the entire fucking thing. It's like a horrific car wreck, it's horrible but you can't look away.

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  117. I have no idea what you are talking about. Ready for the royal rumble?

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  118. Is the film that killed WCW.

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  119. I need some couseling after that.

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  120. Am I the only hardcore Mad TV fan? Like i watched that show before I watched SNL really, and I always dig it when Phil Lamarr or Debra Wilson or Will Sasso or other alum show up in other projects. Actually it was funny in 2011 Phil Lamarr and the kinda bald guy both played sports commentators in different movies - Real Steel and "Warrior"

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  121. Minus the gay stuff, he's been pretty consistent with those stories over the years.

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  122. Classic campy movie. So bad its good.

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  123. Perform your wrestling fan duty and boo Batista--make us proud.

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  124. Shit! I really hope nothing happens to him, he's finally gotten himself clean. I also wanted to see him reconcile with his daughter.

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  125. Scream09_HartKillerFebruary 23, 2014 at 3:22 PM

    Debra Wilson's in an Old Navy commercial right now, isn't she? I thought it was her at least. I thought she was pretty hot back in the day.

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  126. Vince being accused of Guy on Guy is pretty funny.

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  127. For me, the shows I like best are where i don't know who's going to win, and one of the competitors involved is one of my favourites. Ultimate example of this was Cena vs Punk at MITB.

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  128. We all did, we all did. I scrubbed and scrubbed but no matter how hard I scrubbed I never felt clean again.

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  129. And he saved the next year's rate too? Because, even with BROCK! added, it took a sharp dip from the previous year.

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  130. Colonel Kurtz never saw the true horror.

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  131. Probably hit a Diamond Cutter out of nowhere on his way out the door as well.

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  132. Absolutely agreed. To me, the Network is akin to Wrestlemania I.

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  133. So bad it has a shitty script, shitty jokes, and shitty performances.

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  134. Scream09_HartKillerFebruary 23, 2014 at 3:27 PM

    He's just testing them to see how much they love the business.

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  135. It was OK, very much SNL Lite. They would have a funny sketch here and there though and some decent comedians. What annoyed me about the show was if any character got a slight reaction it was shoved down our throats. I think they were doing those fucking Stuart sketches every damn week.

    Speaking of Mad TV, I like the show Key and Peele, they're both funny and have some good sketches.

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  136. There's a reason I own all of them... well all but Balls. I like to get stuff from KC in small batches, like 5-10 DVDs at once.


    What I'm waiting for now: ECW 1996, WWE 1996/98 (Both coming out together would make me buy 93-01 all at once), more YouShoots (ICP should be... interesting.), a couple more WCW timelines, and random other stuff.

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  137. From what I've read that's just DDP being DDP, every wrestler says he lives his gimmick, although from what Foley said about his swearing they must have had to do a ton of editing.

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  138. It hasn't been the first time. Years ago I think there was rumors of him and Shawn doing gay stuff together. Also I think in that Playboy interview Vince alluded to being sexually abused by his step father. If that's true that is so fucked up.

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  139. I'm not too picky... as long as the shoot isn't dishwater dull, I'll give it a shot.


    (Dreading WWE 99 with Morley, but I still want to see it once. Same with anything KC and Russo have done.)

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  140. So he's Randy the Ram?

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  141. Farva's a bitch! Farva's a bitch! (Chant along, people...)

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  142. That is a good show!

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  143. Except Brady WOULD do that, because Shark Tank is TV and they want interesting TV

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  144. I recall that at the time, EVERYONE thought Sabrina was the better show on TGIF. It got all the attention and all the credit, while Boy Meets World's cast all fell into obscurity. Soon, Melissa Joan Hart's bitchiness was revealed to the world and she vanished, too, but Caroline Rhea stuck around since she was actually pretty likeable.

    Even a modicum of hindsight reveals that BMW was the best show on TGIF by a ways.

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  145. You forgot the barbed wire.

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  146. I doubt I ever would have watched The Princess Bride if not for Andre, but god damn is it my favorite movie ever.

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  147. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryFebruary 23, 2014 at 3:35 PM

    Ditto. Dunno why, but she did it for me growing up.

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  148. Scream09_HartKillerFebruary 23, 2014 at 3:35 PM

    Batista was just mentioned on At Midnight on the Comedy Network due to his role in Guardians....now it's all been worth it.

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  149. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryFebruary 23, 2014 at 3:36 PM

    Haven't seen too much of K&P, but the "I was like, BIIIIIIIIIITCH" sketch had me rolling.

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  150. SU-PER-DRA-GON


    Clap* clap* clap clap clap*

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  151. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryFebruary 23, 2014 at 3:39 PM

    Love that movie unabashedly. And going along with DDPYoga, here's another thing Page can put in his back pocket, a compliment from Roger Ebert: "The problem with "Ready to Rumble" is that its hero is not a wrestler but an actor, Oliver Platt...That is demonstrated every time Diamond Dallas Page is on the screen, playing himself with such ferocity that Platt seems to be playing "Jimmy the King" in a key heard only by himself."


    Also, fucking Cena, can't even let us watch a WCW movie from 2000 without appearing in it (in the Goldberg gym scene)

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  152. Really? Aw, I didn't know that. Just goes to show what kind of work ethic Andre had.

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  153. Stone Cold's as the Judge on Dilbert.

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  154. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryFebruary 23, 2014 at 3:40 PM

    I dunno, X-Pac ging down on Chyna's pencil thingy is more than enough to make me look away and get some brain bleach. You deserve some sort of masochist badge for sitting all the way through that.

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  155. I don't know if this has been mentioned yet.


    Mick Foley as The Boulder in Avatar: The Last Airbender.


    I didn't even know it was him until years later. The fact that he plays a Rock-like character makes it more hilarious.

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  156. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryFebruary 23, 2014 at 3:41 PM

    THE ULTIMATE MALE VERSUS THE ULTIMATE MEATBALL

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  157. I remeber this episode,this is when Toph debuts in the show.Such a effective way to show how she was a badass.

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  158. Because everything about DDP just screams do http://www.thewareaglereader.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/wu01621.jpg

    I have a soft spot for Goldberg in Santas Slayer, to my mind the best thing he did after Nash beat him.

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  159. What's sad is that I used to be super-into Chyna back in the day (well thousands of fans were too, but you won't find many who admit to it these days- there's no way that Playboy sold that many issues just based on curiosity), and that porno just ruined everything. Just close-ups of buttholes and clenises, shots of Chyna's warped coke-bloated face, and acne on her butt.

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  160. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o6c1hyFGY3Y

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  161. Santa Slayer is part of christmas marathon.

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  162. "Booker, what's 2+2?"
    "Thomas Jefferson, sucka!"

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  163. It is... and I bet JR was almost literally having an orgasm using that line... Watts used to LOVE that line back in Mid-South.

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  164. Your_Favourite_LoserFebruary 23, 2014 at 3:46 PM

    i wouldnt mind being boob'd to death

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  165. Scream09_HartKillerFebruary 23, 2014 at 3:47 PM

    He's smart with his money but he's always looking to add to his money collection. Not that I blame him, more money > less money.

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  166. davidbonzaisaldanamontgomeryFebruary 23, 2014 at 3:47 PM

    OH GOD YES. So awesome, as is Toph (one of my favorite characters on ANY show).

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  167. Your_Favourite_LoserFebruary 23, 2014 at 3:48 PM

    "fuck you daddy"

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  168. Basically, yeah. I'm so glad he's gone.

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  169. It was a while back but DDP actually got a settlement from Jay-Z for the use of his Diamond Cutter symbol so why wouldn't he flash what probably gave him his start up capital?

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  170. Huh, that'll take the fun out of downvoting posts that complain about being downvoted

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  171. Scream09_HartKillerFebruary 23, 2014 at 3:53 PM

    I've seen a clip from a shoot where he says that. He comes off like a bit of a dick but there's some logic behind what he says.

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  172. Actually I don't think it was a settlement. I could remember it wrong but I thought they just kind of like, chatted about it? I remember a picture of Jay Z and DDP doing it together like right after.

    That said, I don't hate DDP at ALL. I think he's freakin' great, but I think part of what makes him great is his overwhelming enthusiasm about, well, himself and everything he's been a part of, which kind of worked to his disadvantage on a show like Shark Tank a bit.

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  173. Oh, I definitely plan on doing that. Too bad he's not going against someone I can actually bring myself to cheer for.

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  174. Why're they carrying him?
    He's walking!

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  175. #3 Stunner
    #2 Air Bourne
    #1 DDT


    That's all you need to know.

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  176. Spicolli was talking about 27. You are talking about 28 and 29.


    The most purchased Wrestlemania's of all time are 28, 23, 21, 29, and 27.


    Rock closed the show on two of those, and was likely a huge factor in 27s success. So yeah, he saved those rates, considering they were in freefall from 24 until 27.

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  177. Good one,he gets a WM 13 entrance and stuns a reporter.

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  178. Yeah, a young John Cena is in Ready to Rumble. When King and the idiots go talk to Goldberg in the gym, Cena is in the background lifting weights.

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  179. Glad it seems to be something treatable. The only problem is Jake is known to smoke like a chimney so he'd better stop that right now.

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  180. He did nail Kimberly for over a decade so in the end, DDP always wins

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  181. Page is rather good in that movie and seems to be having fun every second he is on screen. Martin Landaus character is fun too. Everything else though kinda sucks.

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  182. Scream, I don't wish to suggest that you're predictable, but there are undiscovered species in the blackest depths of the ocean who knew you were going to wheel that joke out!

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  183. Just admit that you're wrong and we can end this charade.

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  184. Don't forget about the giant clit!

    "the next step from an oversized clit is an undersized cock"

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  185. If only he'd left it at that as far as acting is concerned.

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  186. A nice feather in Andres cap, but overall I just don't get The Princess Bride's appeal. Some amusing dialogue, but thats about it for me.

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  187. I loved it in jr high but stopped watching when I started high school. That would put it at 2002.

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  188. I am fully expecting the last chamber match to start at 10:48PM, go 4 minutes, then Cole busts out......SEE THE FINISH TOMORROW MORNING ON THE NETWORK!!!

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  189. Calm down golden crisp.

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  190. The bad thing about DDP being awesome and helping guys like Hall and DDP is people will continue to wildly overrate his in ring career.

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