Alas ye’ scalawags, it’s time for another riveting episode of SmackDown! I don’t know why I had to start the introduction like that, I’m sorry. No more pirate speak, it’ll never happen again. Let’s just try to enjoy the entertaining bits of SmackDown that will hopefully happen, and forget this shameful beginning.
Seth says he’s an artist.
A regular ol’ artist, turning John Cena’s face into a Picasso painting. Man, talk about talent.
Cesaro’s imitation of Seth Rollins..
Goes on, and on, and on. And on, and on, and on. And on, and on and on….and on, and on, and on. Seriously it goes on, and on, and on….and on, and on, and on.
Luke Harper loves Bray Wyatt a little too much.
I think he’s been sipping Bray’s special kool aid. Straight from the fountain itself.
Cesaro and Dean vs. Seth and Kevin
What a fabulous match where most of it was outside of the ring! Not that there’s anything wrong with it, it’s creative! I like it!
I love that Cesaro jumped into the crowd after winning the match. How precious!
SmackDown felt a little stale. Plus there was no Diva’s match which is a little disappointing. Though I suppose no match is better than a 5 minute one. RAW greatly made up for this anyway. Plus who knows, Monday may have three Diva’s matches.
It won’t, but one could hope.