I saw that you were surprised about the baby on Nitro. Well,when I went to the ECW show in Indiana back in Janauary, there must of been 10 babies there and their parents would just run up to the guardrail with their beer in their hand and the baby. The beer got all over them and then they just put the babies down so they could touch the wrestlers. One of the stupidest things I've seen in my life!
Didn't you see Austin Powers? This is an obvious attempt to build up a future feud between Hart and Neidhart.
Neidhart's mantra, "Yeah, baby" also happens to be Austin Powers' trademark phrase. While Hart adopts Dr. Evil's quote: "Throw me a frickin' bone, here!"
Look for Neidhart to change his tights to blue crushed velvet with white lace trim, and to be wearing horn-rimmed glasses on his way to the ring.
Hart will counter by shaving his head, wearing all silver, and stroking a hairless cat named Mr. Bigglesworth during his entrance.
Charlie...I saw in your Monday Nitro report you were lamenting the fact that there was no 1-800-YES-CREDIT commercial. Well, I gotta feeling you aren't gonna be seeing them any time soon, if at all. Why? Well, in my hometown paper (The Bergen Record) today was a story with the headline "CREDIT REPAIR COMPANY SHUT DOWN". It's a rather lengthy article, however, I will just give you the first column and if you want the whole thing, let me know. Anyway, it states, "An Edgewater-based credit-repair company, charged by a federal judge with preying upon economically disadvantaged people, has been shut down after a court-appointed receiver found that it was not taking in enough legitimate money to keep operating. The action against National Credit Management Group - which did business as "1(800)YES-CREDIT" - comes six weeks after the company was charged in a joint federal-state investigation with cheating consumers out of more than $1 million over the past three years. The receiver, former state Supreme Court Justice Robert I. Clifford, called for the shutdown. U.S. District Judge Alfred J. Lechner Jr. sided with Clifford."
Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but I figured you'd want to know why your favorite commercial is not airing any longer.
This past Monday, we had an official WCW Nitro party in Death Valley, the football stadium. Ric Flair was originally scheduled to be there, but instead Hacksaw Jim Duggan and the Disco Inferno were there. Two of the Nitro Girls, Chae and Kimberly (bang!) were also there. About a thousand students and local people came out. We watched Nitro on the big screen and there were a lot of contests.
There was a wrestler look-a-like contest that was hilarious, and our mascots had a wrestling match where they beat these other two guys by giving them the diamond cutter, the DDT, and the rack. It was a lot of fun, and Disco worked the crowd well. He was the "bad guy" for the evening, he kept bragging about the University of Georgia, which is a big Clemson rival. Hacksaw went over well and signed a lot of autographs. They gave out a lot of free T-shirts, hats, and posters. The Nitro Girls were favorites of the crowd as well. It was a good time for everybody and Disco says that they are going to try to bring Nitro to Clemson in the fall. They are supposedly going to do some more of these parties around the country at other colleges.