In a Razzie Award worthy moment, Stephanie McMahon tried to convince her husband Paul not to beat up her father because he's "not getting any younger."
After watching, it's hard to judge who was the worst actor in this scene, as both of them were truly awful. It was almost as if they were competing to see which one of them could bungle their lines more.
Now, try not to make any sense of this story, and it will only hurt.
Remember when Triple H became COO and took over from McMahon? Apparently his father-in-law still has more power than him. His wife may also. What real power does Vickie Guerrero have? Brad Maddox? Teddy Long? Booker T? With their powers combined, can they summon Captain Planet?
For some reason Hunter can't book himself to wrestle, even though the current power structure has never been explained. Imagine watching Dexter, and on one show he suddenly becomes the Chief of Police. Then, two episodes later he's back to his old job with no explanation.
No other TV show would disregard its viewers the way that WWE does, and then expect its fans to like it.
Anyway, WWE tried its best to counter the NBA Finals, and the best it could do was revolve the show around the McMahons' never-ending soap opera that's been going on since 1998.
But now, there's no Steve Austin or Rock to play off of to make it entertaining. It's just McMahon vs. McMahon vs. McMahon.
Who cares who wins?
However, this segment wasn't the worst of it...