Vince McMahon and Roddy Piper are in the booth, broadcasting the last show of the taping from Orlando, Florida.
Vince McMahon and Bobby Heenan are the hosts. McMahon’s workout gear this week is black, grey, and gold, and makes him look like a fan of the Pittsburgh Penguins. As the show kicks off, a recap of Heenan’s humiliations the last two weeks air. McMahon says he went through Heenan’s bag and found some Patriot defense condoms in “weasel size.”
A corny voiceover puts over Stamford, Connecticut as a big media center relative to other places like Los Angeles and New York City. Vince McMahon and Bobby Heenan argue backstage about getting ready and are introduced as the night’s hosts by Lord Alfred Hayes. There is a live audience, a mix of parents and young children. Heenan said years later that most of the audience were WWF employees.
After McMahon tells Heenan his fly is open, a replay of the tag team battle royal on Superstars airs.
Gorilla Monsoon and Bobby Heenan man the studio for tonight’s show. Monsoon announces that February 18 will be the date of the new format of Prime Time Wrestling, making this the last Prime Time show with Monsoon and Heenan at a desk.
The Hart Foundation-Orient Express match from Wrestling Challenge begins the show.
Gorilla Monsoon and Bobby Heenan are doing commentary and they are doing the second episode from Chattanooga, Tennessee. Heenan says that Hulk Hogan is only the number one contender for the WWF Championship because he put pressure on WWF President Jack Tunney.
The Orient Express are shown hitting each other in the locker room as Mr. Fuji encourages them to keep going. WWF Tag Team Champions the Hart Foundation get themselves hyped up for today’s title defense.