Gorilla Monsoon, Bobby Heenan, and Jim Neidhart are in the booth to conclude the tapings in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Vince McMahon and Bobby Heenan are back in the studio for another episode.
A replay of the Legion of Doom clearing Bobby Heenan’s car out of the way so a pregnant lady could get through on last week’s show airs. The woman is irate in the front lobby and wants to get into the studio, threatening to have her child there if she cannot get to Heenan.
Vince McMahon and Bobby Heenan host another episode. Heenan brings out a mannequin dressed like McMahon and rips the hair off because Mr. Perfect alleged last week that McMahon’s hair was not real. McMahon walks out and Heenan pulls the pants down on the mannequin, saying he has always wanted to do that to McMahon.
The Tito Santana-Mountie match from Saturday Night’s Main Event is shown.
In 1990 the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) decided to pivot from the formula that made it a global brand. Hulk Hogan, the company’s longtime champion, wanted to get into Hollywood and spent much of the year offscreen. At WrestleMania VI, Intercontinental Champion the Ultimate Warrior defeated Hogan for the WWF Championship. The match was supposed to make the Warrior the new face of the company, and the WWF hoped that the Warrior could continue Hogan’s profitable run into the new decade. However, the Warrior quickly proved to be a flop, drawing poorly on house shows against Rick Rude, having an awful television title defense on Haku on Saturday Night’s Main Event a month after WrestleMania, and ending up as the third wheel in the Legion of Doom’s feud with Demolition. His run was also hurt by the WWF not fully committing to his run, giving Hogan the prime feud of the summer against Earthquake.
Vince McMahon and Roddy Piper are in the booth, starting a new television taping in Toledo, Ohio. According to thehistoryofwwe.com, this taping took place on September 18.
Randy Savage’s squash from Prime Time Wrestling begins the telecast.
Gorilla Monsoon and Bobby Heenan host this evening’s show. Monsoon rails against Heenan telling viewers at the end of last week’s show that he was the real host of the program, all while Monsoon was trying to get an update on Hulk Hogan’s condition. Heenan says he does not care about Hogan anymore because he is not the WWF Champion, so since Hogan no longer has something Heenan wants he cares nothing about his condition.