1. Day 43 - Thoughts For Jesse
Believe The HIPE - Day 49 - To Watch Elimination Chamber Or Not To Watch Elimination Chamber?
Feb 18, 2012 - 9:09:15 PM
2. Day 44 - Raw Running Diary
2.728 Day 45 - Out Of Nowhere
4. Day 46 - N-E-W Jerz, Where WrestleMania Occurs
5. Day 47 - Best Of Three? Not For Me
6. Day 48 - Smackdown Running Diary
7. Day 49 - To Watch Elimination Chamber Or Not To Watch Elimination Chamber?
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Originally, I was going to write about something else for tonight's column, but after Against All Odds, I had to change my plans. Chances are, a lot of you didn't get to watch it, but during the opening match of the show, Jesse Sorensen appeared to suffer a serious neck injury. During his match with Zema Ion, Sorensen was on the receiving end of a knee to the head as he took a Moonsault, with all of Ion's weight and force coming down right on top of his head. Watching it live, you could see that something was wrong, because Sorensen dropped like he was just shot. The dreaded "X" sign was thrown up, but I didn't know whether or not to view it as legit because the camera continued to show the referee doing the sign. Normally, with a legit injury, they try to keep as much of that off-camera as possible, or to have it in the background. When we got to see the replay, that's when we saw Ion's knee crash down onto Sorensen's head. As the live shot cut back to Sorensen, he still wasn't moving, and that's when a little bit of worry started to creep in. We just assumed that the blow knocked him unconscious, and he would end up with something of a major concussion.
It turns out that Sorensen only having a major concussion would actually be a good thing at this point. Word came out that it was a neck injury that Sorensen suffered, not a head injury. Also, his body went numb, and here we are, nearly seven hours after the injury happened, and not a single piece of information has come out saying that he has regained any sort of feeling. I realize that it's incredibly late in Orlando right now (2:47am, as of this very second), but if there was some good news to report on his condition, you'd think we would have heard it by now. With every hour that goes by without an update, it just makes it more and more likely that the country will wake up to some really bad news, perhaps even by the time most of you read this column.
Sorensen is 22 years old. That's it. I can't even imagine what it would be like to be 22 years old, at the very beginning of your wrestling career, and for all of that to come to an end in an instant. The closest two wrestling-related examples to this scenario have some major differences..
- Darren Drozdov became a quadriplegic on a pre-taped episode of Smackdown in 1999, but because it was pre-taped, his match never aired on television, and has yet to be seen by the general public to this day.
- Jose Estrada broke his neck after Edge (who was making his WWF debut in the match) landed on him incorrectly after a plancha to the outside. However, Estrada was already a veteran in the business at the time, 20 years into his career.
22 years old. That's crazy. I really hope that things work out for him. Maybe he'll get "lucky". Maybe it'll just end up being a really serious stinger. For those unaware, a stinger is actually a rather common injury in contact sports. Stingers happen either by the head and neck being forced toward from the shoulder, which compresses the nerves that go from the spinal cord to the arm, or the head and neck being forced away from the shoulder, which stretches those nerves out. Stingers often cause partial or total paralysis, but obviously, partial paralysis would be the better option. A stinger would actually fit in with what we saw happen, and the news that has come out since then. If it is a stinger, a best-case scenario could actually see all of his symptoms gone within two-to-three weeks, and a return to the ring not long after that.
Like I said, though, with every passing hour that goes by, more and more bad ideas begin creeping into my head, and I'm not alone on that, based on the people I've been talking to. With every passing hour, the chances that we saw a 22-year-old kid have his career ended in a heartbeat becomes more likely, and I'm going to be perfectly honest here.. that frightens me a bit. That's not something I'd like to say that I was able to watch. I don't want to see these guys get hurt out there. I don't even want to see "small" injuries, let alone one that could end up in someone being paralyzed for the rest of their life.
For those wondering, with the recent scenario on Raw involving The Miz and R-Truth, I don't think you can blame one person for this. Zema Ion was out of control during the move, and had his legs flailing a little more than he probably should have, but at the same time, I think Sorensen was out of position a bit and didn't get his arms up to protect himself. It was an absolute accident, and it's unfortunate to see some of the blame that Ion is getting for this. Again, maybe he could have tightened up the execution of the move, sure, but if Sorensen had been in position and was able to protect himself better, I might not be writing this column at all. If this does end up in a major, career-ending injury for Sorensen, you have to assume that Ion is going to receive even more blame, whether he deserves it or not. Some are even speculating that Ion will receive the blame from TNA itself, which would seriously derail his career with the company, although Edge injuring Jose Estrada in his debut match clearly didn't end up affecting him too much in the long run.
It's still early. Too early for speculation on what the rest of Zema Ion's TNA career is going to look like. For now, we just await more information on Sorensen's condition and hope for the best. What this does is simple.. it gives me a much greater appreciation for what these people put their bodies through for the entertainment of fans across the world. They really don't get anywhere near the amount of credit they deserve.
If you're a religious person, it might be a good time to say a prayer to whatever it is you pray to. If you're not a religious person, it might be a good time to just find a way to send some positive vibes in his direction.
He might need the help.
"I told him I'm doing fine, doing well. Everything happens for a reason. I'm not mad at what happened at all. There's no animosity between us. We were just playing a game we both love, and freak accidents happen. You can't have animosity. It's just the way the game is played. It happened just like that." - Eric LeGrand, after being paralyzed from the neck down during a college football game in 2010. Since then, he has regained movement in his shoulders and arms, and has had sensation throughout his body as he continues his fight, hoping to walk again one day. Hopefully, in a matter of time, this quote will be irrelevant to this column altogether.
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9:00pm: It's the "go home" show before Elimination Chamber. The Road To WrestleMania continues from San Diego, California.
9:01pm: Starting the show with an extreme close-up of KAAAAANNNNNEEEEE's face. Quite the way to kick things off. Goodness gracious. They should warn people. KAAAAANNNNNEEEEE says that tonight is the night John Cena finally embraces the hate, and also the night that someone will take a ride in an ambulance. Just a ride? Like a Ride Along Program? Fun! Can I control the siren?!?
9:04pm: Oh sweet mercy.. an Elimination Chamber Debate, featuring all six people in the WWE Title Chamber. Jerry Lawler is conducting the debate in the ring, and Vickie Guerrero is there with Dolph Ziggler. Yes, that's a whopping eight people to kick things off. My rule for clusterfucks, however, is that you must hear three different entrance themes, and we haven't heard one yet.
9:05pm: Alright, I might have to change things. Before the debate can even begin, John Laurinaitis and David Otunga come out onto the stage. Still no music, but now we have ten people involved here.
9:06pm: Laurinaitis simply wanted to say he's glad to be back. That's it. Now he's gone again. Wow.
9:08pm: Is this really going to turn into six people going back-and-forth, saying "I'm going to win the match".
9:09pm: R-Truth says that if he's "elected", he's going to trade Ziggler and Guerrero to Smackdown for Hornswoggle and a box of spiders, which gets a pop from the crowd. He also says he'll make it legally required to chant "What?" after every line of the Pledge Of Allegiance.
9:10pm: Truth ends an epic ramble about "spider stew" by saing "God bless the United States Of America", and lol @ the camera cutting to Dolph Ziggler with his hand over his heart and a confused look on his face.
9:11pm: Now it's Miz's turn to fuck a promo up and overact. Joy.
9:12pm: Sure as fucking day turns to night, Miz stumbles in his promo, prompting CM Punk to chime in with "Good job".
9:13pm: It's Chris Jericho's turn to speak. This is still going on.
9:15pm: Jericho just called Punk "boy", and then said he (Jericho) is Punk's "master". Had he said that exact same line to R-Truth, Al Sharpton would be picketing outside of WWE Headquarters right now.
9:16pm: Truth is making dolphin noises. This is really happening.
9:17pm: The segment ends with Kofi Kingston dropping Jericho with Trouble In Paradise, and the camera pulls back to show The Miz looking on. I think Miz was supposed to be looking like he was surprised or confused, but instead, he was literally doing the "duck face" that random heauxs do on Facebook every day. #StopThatThatsGay
9:22pm: Back from commercial break, it's time for the first match of the night.. Kofi Kingston VS Chris Jericho.
9:22pm: Logical booking would have Jericho win here, or at least lose in a screwy way (perhaps after a distraction from Punk), but it would be nice to see Kofi get some shine here. If he's going to lose, the least they could do is have him look strong in the loss.
9:26pm: Kofi just fought his way to the ropes after being locked in the Walls Of Jericho. He even held on for several seconds before making the ropes. That's what I'm talking about. Make him look strong.
9:27pm: Jericho gets the win after nailing Kofi with a Codebreaker, which came after poking Kofi in the eye. Kofi got a large portion of the offense in the match. Thank you, WWE. That's all I asked for. He looked like he belonged with a main eventer.
9:29pm: Shawn Michaels is here, and he bumps into Triple H backstage. THE MEGA POWERS HUG~!
9:33pm: John Cena, complete with a shaving cut on his chin (must have been using a Schick razor this time, instead of his normal sponsor, Gillette), is backstage talking to Zack Ryder. Ryder is still rocking the neck brace and is in a wheelchair. Cena is apparently Ryder's wingman, as he says he's going to find Eve for Zack so Zack can get some alone time with her for Valentine's Day. What a nice guy.
9:35pm: Wait.. did David Otunga just hint at ending the brand split completely? He mentioned a "plan" of his that would ensure John Laurinaitis was the permanent General Manager of both Raw and Smackdown. Hmm.. that has piqued my interest.
9:37pm: Our next match, here on Monday Night Smackdown, is Randy Orton VS Big Show, but before they can come out, the World Champion, Daniel Bryan, comes out for a closer look.
9:42pm: Michael Cole just said Daniel Bryan is "wonderful" and called him a "tremendous champion". He really doesn't want the taste slapped out of his mouth.
9:48pm: We've had a lot of commercials so far tonight, and when we get back from this latest break, we have a rest hold. Probably could have put the match together a little better.
9:49pm: "I love when the champ smiles!" - Michael Cole.. umm.. chill.
9:51pm: Instead of his usual second-rope DDT, Orton hits Big Show with one from the top rope. That was nice.
9:51pm: What wasn't nice was the ridiculous-looking RKO botch. Show looked like he was trying to push Orton away or something, but dropped and sold the move, anyway, while Orton just stood there.
9:52pm: Orton hits an RKO successfully this time, but Bryan runs in and attacks both men with the World Title to get things thrown out. Now that Bryan isn't sitting at the announce table anymore, Cole is yelling about him and how he ruined the entire match. [ClevelandBrownVoice]Okay.[/ClevelandBrownVoice]
9:59pm: Shawn Michaels gets the "hour one main event" spot, and he gets a nice ovation.
10:00pm: A "Funkasaurus Ate My Family" sign in the crowd. That explains his absence, I guess.
10:02pm: HBK is clearly enjoying his retirement. He looks to have put on 10-15 pounds, and has no real muscle definition in his arms. Honestly, though.. good for him. He deserves that enjoyment. Glad to see him taking advantage of retirement.
10:05pm: Michaels talks a bit about a possible rematch between Triple H and The Undertaker at WrestleMania, and this, of course, brings Triple H out. THE MEGA POWERS REUNITE~!
10:07pm: Michaels says he returned to see Triple H VS The Undertaker, but Trips basically says he shouldn't have come back then, because there won't be a match.
10:09pm: "Are you telling me you married that chick and now you've become one of them? Is that what you are now? A sellout?" - That's some mighty strong words there, Shawn.
10:09pm: Uh-oh.. they're about to argue here. THE MEGA POWERS EXPLODE~!
10:10pm: HBK just called Trips a "coward" for backing down from another man's challenge. As a great philosopher once said.. it's.. about.. to go.. down.
10:12pm: Trips says that all of "this", meaning the company itself, will one day be his, and the crowd boos. Uh-oh, part deux.
10:12pm: This is some real soap opera-type shit here.
10:13pm: Now Trips accuses HBK of trying to live vicariously through him because HBK wants him to accomplish things that he could never get done during his own career, and that draws a loud heel reaction. If you didn't know any better, you'd think they were shooting out there.
10:15pm: HBK wants Trips to look him in the eye (notice he didn't say "eyes", lololololololololol wonky eye joke) and tell him he doesn't want to end Taker's streak, and that's exactly what Trips does. Michaels leaves the ring to a loud "H-B-K" chant. Well.. that was a powerful segment, but I think.. and right as I'm typing that, the lights go out and the familiar Undertaker bell tolls.
10:17pm: No Taker again. It's another vignette with Taker watching the WrestleMania 27 match in a room all by himself.
10:19pm: The vignette ends with Taker taking a razor out and cutting his own hair. The final product of the self haircut isn't shown, but now everyone can stop talking about Taker wearing a wig, as the company has solved that issue.
10:20pm: As I was going to say before Taker interrupted me.. powerful segment, but at the same time, what purpose did it actually serve? It's too similar to things we've already seen in the last few years, and it was nearly 20 minutes that perhaps could have went to people that are regular members of the roster and who wouldn't normally get time on television. It's things like this that make WWE's midcard, tag and Divas scenes a joke. You have, maybe, four or five properly developed characters on each show, and that's it. Unless Shawn Michaels is returning to actually wrestle a match, that entire segment is going to go down as another waste of time, when all is said and done.
10:22pm: Dolph Ziggler gets the jobber entrance for our next match. Good Lord.
10:23pm: Ziggler's opponent is R-Truth.
10:26pm: Truth wins. Nothing even happened, of note, in the match. Looks like they're running short on time. Gee, I wonder how that happened?!?
10:28pm: Santino shows up to give Zack Ryder some garlic-flavored breath strips. Ryder doesn't like the taste, but Santino loves it! Somewhere, someone thinks this is funny.
10:32pm: Tamina VS One of the Bella Twins (I don't care which one) is up next. Joy.
10:32pm: Divas Champion Beth Phoenix is on commentary for this. More talk about how nobody can beat her, but still no talk about Kharma. I really don't get why they even brought Kharma back at the Royal Rumble at this point.
10:34pm: Tamina wins. Beth Phoenix VS Tamina for the Divas Title at Elimination Chamber. This show is starting to spiral down at this point. I mean, it wasn't all that high to begin with, but now.. yikes.
10:38pm: Video package for The Rock! Hooray!
10:40pm: 45 seconds of the package are dedicated to the fact that Rock can bounce his titties. Now that is valuable information for your everyday life.
10:42pm: ..aaaaand WWE had a huge production error. Cena is about to cut a backstage promo when he hears a woman screaming. He runs off-camera, and we then see Eve slowly walking into the back of an ambulance. KAAAAANNNNNEEEEE is looking just off-camera, and then quickly turns around and shuts the doors quickly. Someone missed their cue. You could say that KAAAAANNNNNEEEEE was just waiting for Cena to show up, and then he would rush out of there, but that doesn't explain why Eve was trying to "escape" by slowly walking away from someone who was just standing there.
10:43pm: KAAAAANNNNNEEEEE locks Eve in the back of the ambulance, and he goes to drive off with her, but ambulance doors open from the inside, and Eve jumps out at the last second, into Cena's arms, before the ambulance can drive away. Eve and Cena are kissing!!! Of course, the camera cuts over to show Zack Ryder, sitting in his wheelchair, with roses on his lap, looking on pissed. We finally have storyline development in this storyline! Rejoice! From now on, though, I think I'm going to refer to the Cena/KAAAAANNNNNEEEEE match at Elimination Chamber as an Amber Lamps Match. Some of you won't get that, I'm sure.
10:47pm: Eve catches up to Zack backstage and tells him she wants them to be friends. FRIEND ZONED~! That's a fate worse than death right there. By the way, tonight is the best Eve has looked in a long, long, long time.
10:48pm: Next up is the main event.. CM Punk VS The Miz. The Miz gets the jobber entrance here, because they're still running short on time.
10:49pm: LMAO @ "Poor Zack" trending on Twitter.
10:51pm: Miz drops Punk's neck across his knee to set up his finisher, but Punk slips out and then looks to have lost a bit of feeling in his arm. He's shaking it out like he got a brief stinger. I can't really blame Miz for that, but it might be clear that he's cursed now.
10:53pm: Punk's still trying to shake some feeling into his arm and his hand.
10:54pm: Miz taps to the Anaconda Vice. Match over. Three "Chamber preview" matches tonight. All three were short matches. I don't see how that's supposed to make everyone look strong heading into the pay-per-view, but alright.
10:55pm: We go backstage again, and the Amber Lamps has returned. Apparently, KAAAAANNNNNEEEEE is back, and.. we go to commercial? At 10:55?
10:59pm: It's time for a John Cena promo. This is either going to be really brief, or they're going to have a longer-than-usual overrun.
11:01pm: Cena says that this was KAAAAANNNNNEEEEE's plan all along.. to turn his friends against him. Umm.. I don't think he made you kiss Eve, Johnny Boy. I don't think that's how it works.
11:02pm: lol @ a loud "We All Hate You" chant, which is getting louder by the second. Ouch. That's new.
11:03pm: I can't really see the entire thing, but I believe there's a sign in the crowd that says "69 Cena". Well, that's not TV-PG at all.
11:04pm: As Cena is about to address his "good friend, Dwayne", Zack Ryder wheels himself out on stage, and he gets boos. This crowd is confused.
11:05pm: Proving that he has never seen a crutch in his life, nor does he know how to use them, Ryder uses crutches to do the worst sell job of all-time as he walks to the ring. He goes from selling a leg injury to not selling it and walking correctly, then back to selling the leg again. Clown.
11:06pm: Ryder slaps Cena across the face. Hey, man, it's stupid moves like that which have you one step away from a full body cast to begin with. Cena takes his shirt off and looks ready to snap, and you can just feel that the crowd is ready for Cena to destroy Ryder here. Ryder goes to slap him again, but Cena blocks it and pulls his fist back to hit Zack, but Zack pulls away and falls to the mat, telling Cena to "get away". Hey, dumbass, you're the one that went to him, remember?
11:08pm: As Ryder gimps himself away, we get KAAAAANNNNNEEEEE cutting a promo on the TitanTron, saying that Cena finally embraced the hate by stealing the girl of his best friend.
11:10pm: KAAAAANNNNNEEEEE walks out on stage and pushes Ryder, wheelchair and all, SMOOTH THE FUCK OFF OF THE STAGE!!! LMAO!!!
11:10pm: Cena rushes over and throws up the "X", which probably made Jesse Sorensen's family and friends want to shoot him in the fucking face. I've said it time and time again.. when wrestling promotions do these fake injuries and try to pass them off as serious, legit problems, they end up looking like fucking fools when someone actually does get hurt somewhere. They're pretending that Ryder is really hurt, and meanwhile, there's a 22-year-old kid in an Orlando hospital that might have lost his career last night. Dumb.. as.. fuck.
11:12pm: Eve runs out to check on Ryder, and she's nearly booed out of the building. Yikes. The show ends with everyone looking concerned about Ryder's condition as the medical personnel show up with a stretcher.
#ThankYouKAAAAANNNNNEEEEE: The first 80-90% of Kofi Kingston VS Chris Jericho was fun while it lasted, I guess.. The Shawn Michaels & Triple H promo was emotional, and it had the crowd into it.. Storyline advancement with John Cena, Zack Ryder & Eve.. Eve's outfit (pause).. Zack Ryder getting wheeled off of the stage, which was one of the funniest visuals I've seen in wrestling in a long time
#FuckYouWWEForNotHavingAnyClass: A "debate" taking up nearly 20 minutes.. The Miz messing up another promo.. Big Show's RKO botch.. The Shawn Michaels & Triple H promo went nearly 20 minutes, and it didn't lead to anything except for The Undertaker cutting the hair off of a wig.. No real focus on the Elimination Chamber's participants, with no time being dedicated to make them look like anything more than people that can waste time in a "debate".. Pathetic timing on WWE's part with faking a serious injury.. No Sheamus, who won the Royal Rumble, by the way
Grade: C-. Honestly, I think the show was in the D/D- range until KAAAAANNNNNEEEEE made Ryder sing "I Believe I Can Fly" for a few seconds. That alone was enough to bump the grade up.
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For the last two weeks or so, people have been asking me, time and time again, if I think Elimination Chamber will be worth watching. People seem to be on the fence about whether they should order the show or not, so I'm going to put something together at the last minute to try and help those people out a bit. I won't be giving my predictions for winners and losers (as I already said, I'll be doing that during tomorrow's live broadcast). Instead, I'll be looking at the positives (reasons to watch) and negatives (reasons not to watch) of things, and we'll see what the "score" is at the end.
I want to start things off by talking about a match that has the potential to be a lot better than people are expecting. Beth Phoenix VS Tamina Snuka for the WWE Divas Title. If you're looking for a positive, look no further than the simple face that Beth is actually defending the Divas Title against someone that is a credible threat. That's not really something that we've been able to say for a while. We've seen way too much of Kelly Kelly, The Bellas, Eve and Alicia Fox getting in line for shots at the Divas Title, and even being able to hold the title for a while. Giving Tamina a shot is a step in the right direction. I don't think the match will be that long, and normally, that would/should/could be a negative, but let's be honest.. not only is this a match that won't really change the opinions of that many people, but it really doesn't matter. Let's go to the tally so far..
Next up is John Cena VS KAAAAANNNNNEEEEE in an Amber Lamps Match. In case you've missed any of the 82 million explanations on WWE programming recently, an Amber Lamps Match is basically a Hardcore Match with one major twist. There are no pins, no submissions, etc. The only way for someone to win is to place his opponent in the back of an Amber Lamps. I don't know about you, but I think that's stupid. Every single variation of this match involves Person A placing Person B on a gurney as they try to wheel them to the Amber Lamps, but it's pretty difficult to keep someone on a gurney, so they almost always end up legit falling off, and if they don't fall off, they simply roll off the gurney once it gets to the Amber Lamps. It's dumb, dumb, dumb. Because of that, I'm going to go ahead and list the match stipulations as a negative.
It isn't all bad, though. With Cena and KAAAAANNNNNEEEEE, you have two workers that fit in well with a match involving any sort of Hardcore rules that allow for brawls and weapon shots. Throw in the added items to the storyline.. Cena possibly heading towards a heel turn, the involvement of Zack Ryder, etc.. and this looks like it could end up being a really intense, physical brawl. Back to the tally..
The World Title Elimination Chamber is next, and first things first, I have to say it.. I hate how weak the list of competitors is. I, like many others, have to hold out hope that someone busts out a sneak attack to get themselves inserted into the match at the last minute. Santino being the victim makes the most sense, but at least he's over with fans. Personally, I'd have Khali get taken out, perhaps by a returning Christian. It would get the worst worker out of the match, and it would instantly get Christian over as a more dangerous character than he was before he left. As it stands, though, having The Great Khali and Santino in a pay-per-view "main event" for the World Title is actually something of a disgrace, even with how over Santino is.
The main thing I'm looking forward to in the match is the continued character development of Daniel Bryan. If he wins, how will he pull the rabbit out of his hat? If he doesn't win, how will his character take losing the title that makes him celebrate like a giddy child at even the smallest of things? That entertains me. He's becoming one of the most "must-see" wrestlers in the business today, in my opinion. Tally time..
The final match is, of course, the Raw Elimination Chamber. Some feel it will be the show's actual main event, while others feel that honor will go to the Amber Lamps Match. Either way, this is different from the other Chamber match, because there's a solid list of competitors involved. CM Punk, Dolph Ziggler and Chris Jericho all have long lists of fans who feel their guy is the "Best In The World". R-Truth is really coming into his own as a wacky face character. Kofi Kingston is the type of worker that shines in matches like these, as he'll be able to have some extra things to climb, jump off of and add to his aerial arsenal. The Miz can really use this as an opportunity to build back some of the momentum he's lost in the last several months, with all of the extra eyeballs on him here. If Miz is motivated in any way, shape or form, this match will feature a grand total of zero sub-par workers. That's directly tied in with the next positive.. this has the makings of a Match Of The Year candidate. Yes, that counts as a second positive. Even though the list of people in Smackdown's Chamber are much weaker, that doesn't mean it has the makings of a one-star match. It just has a weaker cast of characters. This match has a stronger cast, and that should be directly responsible for the match being really good.
That's actually it. No negatives for this match that I can think of. I'm really looking forward to it. Let's look at the tally again..
I like the way those numbers look. Of course, there could be a bonus match added to the card during the show itself, but I can't exactly speak on something that hasn't been announced, or even rumored, now can I? As of right now.. 9:01pm (2:01am EST on Sunday).. things look good heading into the pay-per-view. I know better than to ask the company not to give us as many video packages and commercials as they did last month for the Royal Rumble. I'm hoping, though. It's time for the Chamber, folks. Whether you're watching it on your own, or joining me and the LoPR boys to watch it, enjoy the show.
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