WWE gave us the worst leftovers possible.
Watching this week's shows was like eating grandma's creamed corn side dish that was stuck behind a radiator for over a month. We're back to guest hosts, abductions and a possible title unification. Or maybe not—WWE doesn't seem to have decided yet.
Let's just try to face the facts. WWE is going to probably be pretty lousy until late January, when the Royal Rumble takes place and WrestleMania season begins.
We're in no man's land right now, and it's a scary place to be. No thanks were given this week. Had the pilgrims come to America and seen Raw and SmackDown when they arrived, they would have sailed right back.
If you were able to stomach WWE's helping during Thanksgiving season, let's dive on in sort through it all. Here we'll take a look at the moments that made you want to change the channel, give up on the squared circle and take up water polo instead.
Here is WWE's worst of the week.