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Twitter is the subject of the next segment, and Cena says this is the first match feuled by social media, then the Rock repeats a tweet before sending it out. Rock says it is amazing how quickly he can reach people and get things to trend, then a Post cereal representative talks about learning about the feud through social media. We go to the Post factory to talk about how Cena is a good role model, then there are a bunch of kids talking about why they like Cena and the cereal. Everyone talks about how great things worked out with #FruityPebbles, and Miz even says he wishes Rock would call him 'Cocoa Puffs' so he could get a deal. Rock ends the segment saying it was a wonderful working relationship and all of Cena's fans liked what happened as a result.
Rock is shown sitting in a graveyard talking about his grandfather and what kind of person he was, then he is shown returning to Samoa for the first time in almost 20 years. A bunch of highlights are shown of his trip, then we see the Rock sitting with the chief of Samoa and being awarded the title of 'High Chief.' The story moves to the Rock's tribal tattoo and the influences in his life, then he says he hopes he made his grandfather proud and leaves the cemetery plot.
A few Superstars such as CM Punk, Chris Jericho and David Otunga are shown talking about how Cena is a regular guy, but also how dedicated and busy he is. Cena is shown talking to some developmental wrestlers in his gym, and he talks about how he wants to motivate people and Big E Langston does a 500+ pound dead lift. After that, HHH and Jerry Lawler talk about Cena's involvement in the Make-A-Wish foundation, then he is shown with a bunch of fans having their wish granted. Cena closes by talking about how important what he does is, then he says it doesn't matter if cameras are there or not, because he is making people happy and that is what counts. (Cont'd...)