They basically went through the eight nights of Hanukkah at Goldberg's house. Jimmy and Adam came in the first night and Goldberg was wearing his wrestling tights and boots and a black yarmulke. They showed Jimmy, Adam, and Goldberg spinning the dradle, and singing "dradle dradle", and when it landed, Goldberg yelled, "That means a sleeper!" and puts Jimmy in a sleeper. Then it shows Goldberg making cookies in the shape of a fist. Jimmy and Adam tell Goldberg he's a good cook and Goldberg yells "No I'm not!"
The funniest part was on about the fifth night it shows Goldberg wrapping up a bottle of Viagra and making a tag "To Hulk Hogan." Goldberg and Jimmy and Adam all start dying laughing. It was great.
On the last night, Goldberg, Jimmy, and Adam are all sitting around downing Maneschevitz. Suddenly, as they're all passed out, Santa comes in and Goldberg gets pissed, pulls him out of the chimney, puts him in an airplane spin, and tosses him out the door. Pretty damn funny.
That doesn't really do it justice, as it was a pretty funny skit. The Hogan part was the best.
Noticing the fact that nothing has been done in the past few weeks regarding the WCW/Battledome cross-over, let us hope that it's dead and buried. They should really consider replacing this angle with a WCW/Battlebot cross-over. I mean, Norman Smiley can job to Punjar or Vlad the Impaler just as easily as he can job to Steiner or Goldberg....
Here in Australia, we've been known to get ridiculous and unrelated pictures in our guides to advertise the wrestling, but I found these ones really good. Especially the Rumble one, cause cable is so proud of getting the rights of screening all 12 WWF PPVs in 2001. Well, as you can see, they're off to a good start.
So, in an effort to bring all these things together, I'm going to suggest that if you interested in getting on the sub list, please report on anywhere from 30 to 45 minutes of a Nitro or Thunder. It's your choice on the show, and your choice on the section of time; however, do not do the entire show. I can find out everything I need to know in 30 to 45 minutes, and I don't want anyone wasting time. Attach it to an e-mail, and send it on in.
If you're a regular reader, you know what we're all about here, so I shouldn't need to give you a bunch of advice here. Please use the generic skeleton and, obviously, your ability to use it properly is important.
If you have any questions, feel feel to contact me. I just wanted to put this open invitation out there to everyone that's been nice enough to volunteer.
It was more ironic than I thought for one person...one of the mugs I ordered arrived shattered.
Cripes...they can't even put stuff in a box correctly. They should have Buff Bagwell do it...he's an expert at mailing it in.