Friends, we’re nearing the end of our journey through the No Holds Barred script. We’ve been flying through at breakneck speed (apologies to Randy), but this week, unbelievably, we manage to ratchet up the pace even more. They said it was impossible. They said it was dangerous, reckless, even foolhardy. But, folks, when we get that need for speed, all I can tell you is you better hop in and buckle up, ‘cause you just might be in for the ride of your life.
Like the majority of scenes in this script, our first stop is at a corporate board room during some kind of executive meeting. You may ask, are these executives having a meal? If so, what kind of meal, and how will they manage to enjoy that meal and listen to a presentation at the same time? Well, those are all fine questions, but if you want them answered, you’ll just have to tune in.
Actually, apart from that corporate scene and a few very notable difference in stage direction and dialog, Dennis Hackin’s original draft of the script doesn’t differ all that much from the final version written by Hulk Hogan and Vince McMahon. Yes, folks, it seems that in the spirit of the Easter season, our boys have finally called a truce and met on some common ground. You know, they might’ve even settled down for a good old-fashioned Easter picnic together. Heck, if I know these rascals, I bet they’ve hunted up quite their fair share of Easter eggs. Heck, I bet they even chased ol’ Peter Cottontail, maybe even seen if they could rub his ol’ rabbit’s foot for luck. Now did our three boys catch ol’ Peter Cottontail? Did they hunt up their fair share of Easter eggs? I say again, you’ll have to tune in to find out.
And in addition to our script analysis, we’ve got an extended Ol’ Bidness segment, which includes a pretty thrilling announcement. We’ll also be covering roosters, brisket, mules, Garfield, Rob Schneider, the Miami Dolphins, Andy Griffith, peanut butter, carrots, wooden nickels, Jell-O, Donnie Darko, Forrest Gump, House of Cards, The Elephant Man, bodybuilding, suitcases, and The Chronicles of Narnia. Don’t miss it.
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