In this spin-off, we catch up with the original landlords from Three’s Company, The Ropers: the older, bickering couple that never has sex.
I couldn’t believe that Dillon had never seen either of these two pop music videos and decided that this needed to change immediately.
April 14, 2014: A tournament is held to decide the number one contender for Big E’s Intercontinental Championship including Cesaro, Sheamus, Jack Swagger, Alberto Del Rio, Mark Henry, Rob Van Dam, Dolph Zigger and Bad News Barrett. John Cena challenges Bray Wyatt to a steel cage match, Kane breaks out the mask and the Shield compete in an 11 on 3 handicap match with the reformation of Evolution.
Gordon Feester runs a 24/7 convenience store with the help of his step-son. Tell me you aren’t sold!!
Cornball Country returns with two music videos by professional derpface Craig Morgan, “Redneck Yacht Club” and “What I Love About Sundays.”
April 7, 2014: It’s the day after the history making WreslteMania 30. Daniel Bryan defeated HHH and captured the WWE World Heavyweight Title in a triple threat against Randy Orton and Batista. NXT’s Paige makes her WWE debut and wins the Divas titles. The Warrior gives a chilling speech the day before his passing, and Paul Heyman brags about his client Brock Lesner bringing the Undertaker’s undefeated WrestleMania streak.
Remember that scene from Billy Madison where Billy laughed really hard at the sitcom with the talking dog? It was a real show called “Doghouse” and it bears a resemblance to a show we’ve riffed on before.