-Dixie Carter returns to TNA. She runs into MVP and then says she is still the president and is going to call out Bully Ray. She calls out the man who cost her the match at Lockdown. This leads to Bobby Roode coming down and Dixie ordering him to take out Ray. Tables get involved, but it really is more about the long term booking of these two. For some reason, Dixie returns for the sake of adding another layer to Roode/Ray? I really do not like this and do not understand it. Dixie off of television has given MVP a chance to enhance and build his character, time for younger guys to make an Impact and time for the rest of the storylines to take shape. She clogs up the show and clogs up the overall production. She is there for a bigger picture, but what is that picture? Do we really care to see her on television anymore?
-Christy Hemme brings out Samuel Shaw and says that he is just misunderstood. Shaw says he loves her and she asks him if he would go anywhere for her. He closes his eyes and Mr. Anderson comes out in a Psychiatric Services van. He attacks Shaw and hits him with a Mic Check. Hemme tried to set him up, but Shaw finally gets away before being put in the van. i continue to enjoy the organic feel of Shaw's character, one that is built on being a creepy man who is obsessed with a woman. I find it odd, still, that a married man is helping Hemme. I would have chosen someone else, even though Anderson is a wonderful storyteller. Although I do not see huge money or a great finish to this story, I really enjoy seeing what they are going to do next with him.