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Santa Inc.
(2021)

Merry Christmas
Unlike most of the people who have reviewed this show, I actually watched every episode and I found it to be pretty damn funny. Sure, it's raunchy and tasteless, but since when is that a bad thing?

WWE Monday Night RAW: Hello, Ladies!
(1998)
Episode 20, Season 6

Be true to yourself.
The show opens with Vince McMahon coming to the ring and cutting a promo on Steve Austin. The first match is Val Venis versus 2 Cold Scorpio. Steve Austin comes to the ring and cuts a promo on Vince McMahon. We see another Edge vignette. Sable comes to the ring and cuts a promo on Marc Mero. Terry Funk faces Marc Mero. The Road Warriors take on DOA. Dude Love faces Dustin Runnels for the #1 contendership for the WWF Championship. The Headbangers face Kaientai. The New Age Outlaws defend the Tag Team Championship against the Rock and Owen Hart. We find out the results of Paul Bearer and Kane's DNA test (sadly, Maury Povitch didn't announce the results). The main event is Steve Austin versus Pat Patterson and Gerald Brisco in a street fight.

WCW Monday Nitro: Trust No One
(1998)
Episode 37, Season 3

It always refills itself.
The show opens with Eric Bischoff in the ring, on a motorcycle, bragging about how he "defeated" Vince McMahon at the pay-per-view last night. Gene Okerlund introduces the Nitro Girls. The first match is Saturn versus Psychosis. Gene Okerlund interviews Roddy Piper. We see comments from Dean Malenko and Chris Jericho, individually, about their match at the pay-per-view last night. Juventud Guerrera takes on Damian. Goldberg defends the United States Championship against Glacier. Gene Okerlund interviews Diamond Dallas Page. The show ends with Hollywood Hogan and the NWO coming to the ring and introducing Scott Hall as the newest member of Team Hollywood.

WWE Monday Night RAW: Dude Love Found His Smile
(1998)
Episode 19, Season 6

I'm a god, not a miracle worker.
Vince McMahon announces the Steve Austin versus Dude Love for the next pay-per-view. We see the first of several clips of D-Generation X trying to gain entrance to CNN Center. Al Snow comes back to the WWF, after losing his ECW World Title match at the previous day's ECW pay-per-view. Vader takes on Barry Windham. Kevin Kelly interviews Steve Austin. Hawk faces Skull. We see an Edge vignette. Bradshaw tries to teach Taka Michinoku how to drive. Jeff Jarrett takes on Faarooq. Steve Austin cuts a promo. We see the last Val Venis vignette before his debut, which consists of clips from his previous vignettes. Sable confronts Marc Mero. The Undertaker beats up Jerry Lawler. D-Generation X cut a promo. Triple H faces Owen Hart. Dustin Rhodes burns his Goldust outfit. Terry Funk and 2 Cold Scorpio face Kaientai. The main event is Steve Austin and a mystery partner versus mystery opponents.

WCW Monday Nitro: The Rematch the World Has Been Waiting For
(1998)
Episode 36, Season 3

All of me.
The show opens with Gene Okerlund interviewing Bret Hart. The first match is Barry Horowitz versus Disco Inferno. Randy Savage cuts a promo on Hollywood Hogan. Kidman takes on Juventud Guerrera. Eric Bischoff challenges Vince McMahon to fight him at the upcoming WCW pay-per-view. Yuji Nagata takes on Scott Norton. Hugh Morrus faces Jim Powers. Kevin Nash cuts a promo on Hollywood Hogan. The Ultimo Dragon faces Johnny Swinger. Goldberg defends the United States Championship against Lynn Denton. Gene Okerlund interviews James Dillon. Saturn takes on Jerry Flynn. Fit Finlay defends the TV Title against Rage. Diamond Dallas Page takes on Lenny Lane. Hollywood Hogan cuts a promo on Randy Savage. Gene Okerlund interviews Chris Jericho. Glacier cuts a promo. Sick Boy takes on Glacier. Gene Okerlund interviews Lex Luger. Chris Benoit faces Booker T for the #1 contender spot for the TV Title. The main event is Hollywood Hogan defending the World Championship against Randy Savage.

WWE Monday Night RAW: Funk vs. Foley
(1998)
Episode 18, Season 6

It's a hobby.
The shows opens with the last episode of The Love Shack. The first match is the Rock and Owen Hart versus Faarooq and Steve Blackman. We see a vignette extolling the virtues of Gerald Brisco. We see the first Edge vignette. D-Generation X cut a promo. Dan Severn takes on Savio Vega. Jerry Lawler and Paul Bearer are "accidentally" caught on film talking about the night that Paul made love with the Undertaker's mother. We see a video of Sable working out. Jeff Jarrett takes on Marc Mero. D-Generation X takes on the DOA and the LOD. Kane faces Goldust. We see a Val Venis vignette with porn star Jenna Jamison. The main event is Mick Foley versus Terry Funk in a hardcore match.

WCW Monday Nitro: Who's On Whose Side?
(1998)
Episode 35, Season 3

No, don't!
The first match is Scott Norton versus Chavo Guerrero, Jr. Scott Putski faces Kidman. The Wolfpac introduce Curt Hennig as their newest member. Raven cuts a promo. Chris Jericho faces "Bore Us Malenko" (Johnny Boone). Public Enemy take on Hugh Morrus and the Barbarian. Gene Okerlund interviews Brian Adams. Saturn takes on Hammer in a "Loser Leaves the Flock" match. Diamond Dallas Page brawls with Raven. Sick Boy takes on Juventud Guerrera. Gene Okerlund interviews Rick Steiner. Konnan faces Brian Adams. Booker T defends the TV Title against Fit Finlay. The main event is Lex Luger versus Kevin Nash.

WWE Monday Night RAW: D-Generation X Invades WCW
(1998)
Episode 17, Season 6

Hello!
Throughout this show, we see clips from earlier in the day of D-Generation X attempting to invade a WCW taping. The first match is Owen Hart and Ken Shamrock versus Mark Henry and the Rock. Dude Love hosts another episode of The Love Shack (with no guest, other than two babes in bikinis). The Headbangers face Terry Funk and 2 Cold Scorpio for the number one contendership for the Tag Team Championship. Vince McMahon assigns Gerald Brisco to referee a title match between Steve Austin and Goldust. Jeff Jarrett faces Bradshaw. The New Age Outlaws face the DOA in a non-title match. The Undertaker takes on Barry Windham. Paul Bearer announces that Kane is his son. Triple H issues an open challenge for his European Championship, which Dan Severn attempts to answer. We see another Val Venis vignette. Sable issues a challenge to Marc Mero for a match. The main event is Steve Austin defending the WWF Championship against Goldust.

WCW Monday Nitro: Nitro Doubleheader Part Two
(1998)
Episode 34, Season 3

You know me.
The first match is Disco Inferno versus Chris Benoit. Chris Jericho defends the Cruiserweight Championship against Psychosis. The Barbarian faces Rocco Rock. Kidman takes on Juventud Guerrera. Gene Okerlund interviews Alex Wright. Booker T defends the TV Title against Eddie Guerrero. Perry Saturn takes on Marty Jannetty. Gene Okerlund interviews Diamond Dallas Page. Goldberg defends the United States Championship against Jerry Flynn. Konnan, Brian Adams and Scott Steiner face Lex Luger, Sting and the Giant. The show ends with Bret Hart calling Hollywood Hogan to the ring to explain why Bret helped Hogan win the World Championship from Randy Savage.

WCW Monday Nitro: Nitro Doubleheader Part One
(1998)
Episode 33, Season 3

Bill Goldberg looks to extend his winning streak.
Kevin Nash and Randy Savage come out and introduce Konnan as the newest member of the Wolfpac. We see a special look at Juventud Guerrera. Chris Jericho defends the Cruiserweight Championship against Chavo Guerrero. Hollywood Hogan and Eric Bischoff cut a promo on Nash and Savage. Goldberg defends the United States Championship against Scott Norton. Gene Okerlund interviews Bret Hart. This episode was only an hour long because of the NBA playoffs.

WWE Monday Night RAW: Why, Dude, Why?
(1998)
Episode 16, Season 6

I'll be done in a second.
The show opens with the debut on "The Love Shack", Dude Love's talk show segment. The first match is Faarooq versus Kama in a Long Island Street Fight. D-Generation X get up to their typical sophomoric antics. Dan Severn faces Mosh. Goldust takes on Bradshaw. Steve Austin cuts a promo. The New Midnight Express face Terry Funk and 2 Cold Scorpio. We see another Val Venis vignette. Michael Cole interviews Sable. The New Age Outlaws and Triple H face LOD 2000 and Owen Hart. Paul Bearer and Kane burn the Undertaker and Kane's mother's coffin. The main event is Dude Love versus Steve Blackman.

WCW Monday Nitro: Rocky Mountain High
(1998)
Episode 32, Season 3

Spend some time.
The show opens with Hollywood Hogan cutting a promo on Randy Savage. Then Randy Savage cuts a promo on Hollywood Hogan. The first match is Konnan versus Chris Adams. The Barbarian takes on Wayne Bloom. Chris Jericho defends the Cruiserweight Championship against Juventud Guerrera. Raven defends the United States Championship against Goldberg. La Parka takes on Ultimo Dragon. Chris Benoit faces Curt Hennig. Gene Okerlund interviews Roddy Piper. Hammer takes on Saturn. Public Enemy takes on Scott Steiner and Buff Bagwell. Booker T defends the TV Title against Psychosis. Brian Adams faces Lex Luger. The main event is Randy Savage defending the World Championship against Hollywood Hogan.

WWE Monday Night RAW: Austin vs. McMahon
(1998)
Episode 15, Season 6

Thank you.
Steve Austin calls out Vince McMahon and offers him a shot at the WWF Championship. The DOA take on Los Boriquas in a chain match. Vince McMahon accepts Austin's title shot. The Undertaker destroys Pantera, Aguila, Scott Taylor and Brian Christopher, who were supposed to compete in a tag team match. Jeff Jarrett takes on Taka Michinoku. Jim Ross interviews Steve Austin. Faarooq calls out the Rock and the Nation. Terry Funk and 2 Cold Scorpio face the Quebecers. Luna Vachon cuts a promo on Sable. Ken Shamrock and Steve Blackman face the New Midnight Express. Kevin Kelly interviews Steve Austin. The Undertaker destroys the Headbangers. Paul Bearer cuts a promo on the Undertaker. We see the third Val Venis vignette. D-Generation X cut a promo on Owen Hart. Owen Hart takes on Billy Gunn. The main event is Steve Austin defending the WWF Championship against Vince McMahon, at least in theory. The match doesn't actually happen, for reasons that I won't spoil.

WCW Monday Nitro: Six Days Until Spring Stampede
(1998)
Episode 31, Season 3

Why the riot gear?
The first match is Scott Steiner versus Fit Finlay. Lenny Lane takes on Ultimo Dragon. Gene Okerlund interviews Roddy Piper. Gene Okerlund interviews the Giant. Chavo Guerrero faces Johnny Grunge. Kevin Nash cuts a promo where he demands a World Title match. Glacier takes on Chris Benoit. Buff Bagwell and Eric Bischoff cut a promo on Lex Luger. Buff Bagwell takes on Lex Luger. Chris Jericho defends the Cruiserweight Championship against Super Calo. Hammer faces Saturn. Goldberg takes on Rocco Rock. Yuji Nagata takes on Curt Hennig. Booker T defends the TV Title against La Parka. Diamond Dallas Page defends the United States Championship against Rage of High Voltage. Konnan faces Rick Steiner. The main event is Sting defending the World Championship against Kevin Nash.

WCW Monday Nitro: Miami Connection
(1998)
Episode 30, Season 3

I felt terrible.
The show opens with an ambulance arriving to pick up Randy Savage, who was hit by a car. The first match is Psychosis, La Parka and El Dandy versus Tokyo Magnum, Judo Siwa and Shiima Nobunaga. Booker T defends the TV Title against Disco Inferno. Lenny Lane takes on Billy Kidman. Gene Okerlund interviews James Dillon. Konnan faces Norman Smiley. Diamond Dallas Page defends the United States Championship against Buff Bagwell. Hollywood Hogan comes out with the NWO and cuts a promo. Goldberg takes on Hammer. Gene Okerlund interviews Roddy Piper. Ultimo Dragon takes on Chavo Guerrero. Lex Luger faces Barry Darsow. Curt Hennig and Brian Adams take on Davey Boy Smith and Jim Neidhart. Chris Jericho defends the Cruiserweight Championship against Juventud Guerrera. Scott Steiner faces Sick Boy. The main event is Sting defending the World Championship against Kevin Nash.

WWE Monday Night RAW: Release the Beast
(1998)
Episode 14, Season 6

Something right now
The show opens with Vince McMahon coming out and promising to present a new "Corporate Stone Cold" Steve Austin later. The first match is Dan Severn versus Flash Funk. D-Generation X come out and cut a promo. We see footage from "earlier today" of the Nation of Domination ambushing Faarooq. The Rock defends the Intercontinental Championship against Owen Hart. Vince McMahon come out and presents Steve Austin with his "corporate makeover". DOA challenge DX to a match, which is later accepted. Luna Vachon takes on some jobber, I think his name was Matt Knowles. We see the second Val Venis vignette. Marc Mero faces Ken Shamrock. Kevin Kelly interviews The Undertaker. The main event is DX versus DOA. Good episode.

WWE Monday Night RAW: WrestleMania XIV Fallout
(1998)
Episode 13, Season 6

Decide what to do
The show opens with Vince McMahon presenting new WWF Champion Steve Austin with the title belt and asking him to be a "respectable" champion (which doesn't go over well). LOD 2000 take on Los Boriquas. Kurgan faces Chainz. Jeff Jarrett takes on Aguila. Vince McMahon has Steve Austin arrested. Vince McMahon cuts a promo on Steve Austin. The Rock cuts a promo. Ken Shamrock and Steve Blackman take on Faarooq and the Rock. The Nation of Domination turn on Faarooq after the match. Triple H introduces the returning X-Pac as the newest member of D-Generation X. We see the first Val Venis vignette. Marc Mero faces Taka Michinoku. Kaientai attack Taka after the match in their debut. The Headbangers defend the NWA Tag Team Championship against the New Midnight Express. Jim Cornette introduces the NWA World Champion Dan Severn. Paul Bearer comes out with Kane and cuts a promo on the Undertaker. The main event is Cactus Jack and Chainsaw Charlie versus the New Age Outlaws for the Tag Team Championship in a steel cage match. The Outlaws are revealed to be members of D-Generation X after the match. A good follow up to WrestleMania XIV.

WCW Monday Nitro: The Greatest Wrestling on the Planet
(1998)
Episode 29, Season 3

You better bring it.
The first match is High Voltage versus Mike Enos and Wayne Bloom. Gene Okerlund interviews Roddy Piper. Perry Saturn faces Fit Finlay. The NWO come to the ring and Hollywood Hogan cuts a promo. Chris Jericho defends the Cruiserweight Championship against Marty Jannetty. Glacier takes on Prince Iaukea. Juventud Guerrera takes on El Dandy. Kaz Hayashi faces Chavo Guerrero. Raven faces Buff Bagwell. Diamond Dallas Page talks about his past relationship with Raven. Billy Kidman faces the Disco Inferno. Booker T defends the TV Title against Chris Benoit. Ultimo Dragon takes on Psychosis. Ray Traylor faces Bill Goldberg. Sting and Lex Luger take on Kevin Nash and a mystery partner. The main event is Roddy Piper versus Hollywood Hogan. Pretty good episode.

WWE Monday Night RAW: WrestleMania XIV Go Home Show
(1998)
Episode 12, Season 6

Give it up!
The show opens with Kevin Kelly interviewing Steve Austin. The first match is Cactus Jack and Chainsaw Charlie versus the Quebecers. Jeff Jarrett takes on Steve Blackman. D-Generation X shows up by limousine. The Undertaker is at his parents' graves, apologizing for having to beat up Kane soon. Paul Bearer brings Kane out and has Kane show off his supernatural powers. The Disciples of the Apocalypse face the New Midnight Express. D-Generation X come out and cut a promo. Faarooq faces Chainz. Barry Windham takes on Bradshaw. Vince Russo presents Sable with an award for being on the cover of the best selling issue of Raw Magazine. The main event is Steve Austin versus the Rock. Pretty good episode.

WCW Monday Nitro: Louisville Slugfest
(1998)
Episode 28, Season 3

Play together.
The show opens with Gene Okerlund interviewing Roddy Piper. Chavo Guerrero faces the Ultimo Dragon. Gene Okerlund interviews Eddie Guerrero. Hulk Hogan and Eric Bischoff cut a promo on Roddy Piper. Scott Steiner faces Wayne Bloom. Lodi takes on Psychosis. Sting defends the World Championship against Diamond Dallas Page. Lex Luger faces Rick Fuller. Eddie Guerrero takes on Kaz Hayashi. Konnan faces Prince Iaukea. Chris Jericho defends the Cruiserweight Championship against Lenny Lane. The Giant takes on Hollywood Hogan and Kevin Nash in a handicap match. Booker T defends the TV Title against Chris Benoit. Curt Hennig faces Davey Boy Smith. Bill Goldberg takes on the Renegade. The main event is Roddy Piper versus Randy Savage. This is a loaded episode with several very good matches.

WWE Monday Night RAW: St. Patrick's Day 1998
(1998)
Episode 11, Season 6

You guys are doing great.
The show opens with Kevin Kelly interviewing Ken Shamrock. Shamrock them wrestles D-Lo Brown. Sable cuts a promo on Luna Vachon. Jeff Jarrett takes on Tom Brandi. The Headbangers face the Rock 'n' Roll Express and Jim Cornette in a handicap match. Kane comes out and destroys the Phoenix Suns Gorilla. Chainsaw Charlie faces Billy Gunn. Jim Ross interviews Luna. Kevin Kelly interviews Vince McMahon. Owen Hart defends the European Championship against Triple H. Sable and Luna have a cat fight. The show ends with the Undertaker burning Kane in effigy. This is a rather lackluster episode. There are way too many recaps, which I didn't bother recapping. The show is also hurt by no live appearance by either Steve Austin or Shawn Michaels.

WCW Monday Nitro: Spring Break-Out 1998
(1998)
Episode 27, Season 3

Same old story.
The show opens with the NWO coming out to the ring and talking. The first match is Bill Goldberg versus Lodi. Gene Okerlund plugs the WCW Hotline, which surprisingly is his only contribution to the show. Fit Finlay takes on the Ultimo Dragon. Scott Norton faces Chris Adams. Davey Boy Smith and Jim Neidhart face Mike Enos and Wayne Bloom. Eric Bischoff and Randy Savage chat. Raven faces Chris Benoit. Yuji Nagata takes on Ernest Miller. Scott Steiner faces Ray Traylor. Booker T defends the TV Title against Chavo Guerrero. Diamond Dallas Page defends the United States Championship against Reese. Chris Jericho defends the Cruiserweight Championship against Juventud Guerrera. The main event is Hollywood Hogan and Randy Savage versus Lex Luger and Sting. Pretty good episode.

WWE Monday Night RAW: March Madness World Wrestling Federation Style
(1998)
Episode 10, Season 6

Viewer discretion advised
The show opens with Faarooq and the Rock taking on Steve Blackman and Ken Shamrock. D-Generation X cut a promo. Owen Hart defends the European Championship against Barry Windham. Jerry Lawler interviews Paul Bearer. Aguila faces Brian Christopher. Steve Austin comes to the ring and won't leave until Vince McMahon comes out and talks to him. The Quebecers face Cactus Jack and Chainsaw Charlie. Paul Bearer cuts a promo. Marc Mero faces Goldust. Jim Ross interviews Mike Tyson. The main event is supposed to be Triple H versus Savio Vega, but some people interfere and the match doesn't happen. Pretty good episode.

WCW Monday Nitro: The Road To Spring Break
(1998)
Episode 26, Season 3

An open target
The first match is Ernest Miller versus Damian. Hulk Hogan and Eric Bischoff cut a promo on Randy Savage. Sick Boy faces Lenny Lane. Mike Tenay interviews the Giant. Bill Goldberg takes on Barry Darsow. Scott Hall cuts a promo on Sting. Kevin Nash cuts a promo on the Giant. Billy Kidman faces Dean Malenko. Brian Adams takes on Kaos. Juventud Guerrera takes on Scott Norton. Raven and Perry Saturn face Diamond Dallas Page and Chris Benoit. Konnan faces Davey Boy Smith. Mike Tenay interviews Ric Flair. Chris Jericho defends the Cruiserweight Championship against Disco Inferno. Booker T defends the TV Title against Chavo Guerrero. Ric Flair faces Curt Hennig. Scott Steiner and Scott Norton take on Rick Steiner and Lex Luger. The main event is Hollywood Hogan, Scott Hall and Kevin Nash versus Sting, Randy Savage and the Giant. Pretty good episode.

WWE Monday Night RAW: Mike Tyson Joins D-Generation X
(1998)
Episode 9, Season 6

All kinds of wacky body stuff
The show opens with a D-Generation X cutting a promo. The first match is the New Age Outlaws defending the Tag Team Championship against the DOA. Marc Mero faces Tom Brandi. Owen Hart defends the European Championship against Mark Henry. The Headbangers and Taka Michinoku take on the Rock 'n' Roll Express and Barry Windham. Mike Tyson shocks the world by joining D-Generation X. Steve Blackman faces Kama Mustafa. Jeff Jarrett takes on Flash Funk. Steve Austin is supposed to wrestle Kane, but he gets ambushed by D-Generation X. Paul Bearer has a "ten bell salute" for the "late" Undertaker, until the Undertaker actually shows up. One of the better episodes of 1998.

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