Brittany Baldi sits in during the first hour to talk about her time on “The Challenge”. And we find out that she is, in fact, the most important person in the whole wide world. Then, Lana of WWE’s Total Divas is in studio to talk about how Vince McMahon taught her to keep evolving,how Triple H brings things to the next level as a producer, including how he & Dusty Rhodes came up with Lana’s persona by having her watch Rocky IV. She explains how she is training to wrestle and wants to be the women’s champion, which is part of the reason why she doesn’t want to have a baby right now. She also revealed why she tinks the Kardashians deserve their fame and how Brett Favre’s dick pics devastated her BFF Jenn Sterger.
Keven starts the show announcing The Tomorrow Show’s partnership with Carolla Digital and Podcast One. Then, the crew revists the notion from Thursday’s show of letting God take the wheel. There’s a discussion on Ashley’s time management (and drink management!), lessons that can be learned from Seinfeld’s Soup Nazi, President Trump’s executive order banning travel from 7 largely Muslim countries for 90 days. XPac raves about this weekend’s Royal Rumble, and takes issue with some text feedback from our own Jared-At-32. There’s also new lessons from Captain Lou, and Roxy finally explains her girl-on-girl experience.
Our own Sean “XPac” Waltman shares his thoughts on the death and career of “Superfly” Jimmy Snuka, also Kurt Angle getting into the WWE Hall of Fame. Keven and Sean also contrast and compare the old days of wrestling to the modern day. Then, the gang dives in to a video of Captain Lou Albano training with the Fabulous Moolah. There was also a recap of Thursday’s visit from Courtney Stodden, discussion about the arrest of the wife of the Orlando nightclub shooter, differing opinions on the film “Patriots Day”, how Keven self-edits movies to improve upon them, the differences between “Actors”and “Movie Stars”, the new season of “Celebrity Apprentice” and how a visit to the Food Court reaffirmed Keven’s faith in humanity.
In studio for the entire show is Lilian Garcia, who, along with Tomorrow Show regular Sean “XPac” Waltman reflect on the WWE Dress code, Linda McMahon’s possible involvement in the Trump Administration and more. Lilian also announces the first guests for her two new shows for AfterbuzzTV, “Making Their Way to the Ring” and the Spanish-language “Luchundo”
Diamond Dallas Page is in studio, talking about growing up with ADD and dyslexia, a wrestling career that began at age 35 and didn’t really take off until he was 40, a wrestling career that included both WCW and WWE and his current work as a motivational speaker and founding DDPYoga.
Alan Thicke calls in to talk about his legendary career as an actor, producer, writer, host and composer, including experiences working with Richard Pryor, Johnny Cash, Bill Cosby, Glen Campbell and many more. He also discusses the iconic theme songs that he wrote, and his current show, Unusually Thicke.
Friend of The Tomorrow Show Sean “X-Pac Waltman” is in studio talking about classic and present-day wrestlers including Bob Backlund, Bret Hart, Brock Lesnar, Sean Michaels, Randy Orton and how he doesn’t believe there are more injuries in wrestling today than in the past.
With Roxy Striar out, Keven fills The TMW Show studio with extended family, Sean “X-Pac” Waltman, Lauren LoGrasso, Kellie Knezovich, Pegah Rad to look back on a weekend that included a Bikini Party and a Sweet 16 party. And Jared and Kellie talk about their experience at a Celebrity Autograph Show.
Sean Waltman, also know as the WWE’s X-Pac, spent more than an hour talking about his upcoming podcast, his career, opening up about the last time he saw Chyna, how the WWE should conduct psych evaluations before hiring wrestlers, how he hated the nickname 1-2-3 Kid, that Kevin Nash checked him into rehab, that Vince McMahon was a great announcer, while the WWE is less fun today, that makes it safer, and his own prospects for the Hall of Fame
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