Kevin’s Blog: Almost Live, Definitely Half Assed Review of #Smackdown

For Fry The Delivery Guy

After making myself some an excellent Lenten meal (buttered whole wheat noodles with garlic, basil, olive oil, Parmesan and Romano), cleaning up and getting the dogs to zonk out, it’s time to resume another TV review from yours truly. Fry pushed for me to do it for Smackdown more often. I had mostly been drinking too much the last two Fridays to do so. Saturday is usually a busy day with gym, then work then making a large meal to act as lunch the following work week. By the time Sunday rolls around, I feel like it’s too late. It’s almst over as I start this so I won’t play on Twitter but that will make the viewing go slightly quicker. Let’s roll.

Nice little video package for the main event between Daniel Bryan and Randy Orton. Sheamus is the first face in the ring. What the hell is up with the blue mood lighting? Is it supposed to make him look less white? I like that he’s comparing himself to Bryan in letting the title going to Bryan’s head. A little wonky. He felt like he wanted to tell an Irish story but he skipped it. Vickie Guerrero interrupts. My boy Dolph Ziggler gets to run down Sheamus before he loses to him. Vickie has to run down Teddy and go with Johnny Wooden GM. She needs to throw her hat in the ring. Make it a three party race. No match, right to commercial. Welcome to Smackdown where you don’t need a hook of some early action before the break.

The GM switcharoo would mean something if they hadn’t been running super shows for nearly a year straight. Mitchell Cool is defending Bryan. Josh & T don’t note the flip flop. Oh, Vickie put her candidacy on Twitter. #CougarInCheif. We’re @Stuntgranny if you were wondering. Vickie put Dolph’s leg on the rope. Dolph has gotten in enough offense. They just gave him another near fall. He has got to be a MITB winner this year. The White Noise. I do like the change in finisher. That looks safer, but weaker. I love to FF thru the many replays. Johnny Wooden GM is looking for an apology from Teddy Long. David Otunga is getting a bit better. Teddy won’t apologize. I want Teddy bad but I know I’ll be disappointed. I will be glad we only have one GM. I’m done with this interim GM stuff with more logic holes than Swiss cheese.

Another replay package. Can’t wait to sit thru these live in a couple of weeks. Heath Slater takes on Santino because the Cobra spit on him. Slater is the new age Barry Horowitz. I love it. That’s all I had to write for that segment. Piccolo.

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