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On to the stars…
Anger Management – One Step Up
It was very scripted, and Hollywood-esque, but it worked.
Often times, WWE tries too hard to be funny and they fall flat on their face. It's either too kiddy and childish or it's bathroom humor that most "normal" people would find stupid. And add horrible acting to boot, WWE's attempts at comedy are just shameful at times.
Anger management was the exception. D. Bryan was par for the course as we've come to expect, but Kane was the one that surprisingly stole the show. His reflective monologue was brilliant and great writing by the staff. He delivered it well. Production was spot-on. The result was classic.
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