Kurt Angle comes down to the ring and takes the microphone. Kurt thinks he has earned the crowd's respect. When they boo him, he starts ripping on Arkansas. Boy, people hate him. He's such a great heel. Angle compares Mick Foley's refusal to resign to Bill Clinton lying about his affair with Monica. Was there any doubt that Angle would come down on Vince's side in this thing? God, I would love to see Angle join up with Stephanie and rule the WWF by Vince's side. How smug and evil would they be?
Mick Foley comes out and tells Angle to shut his mouth. Foley claims that everyone used to love Kurt, because he's an Olympic hero, but then people got to know him, and now they hate him. Mick decides to examine the so-called injuries resulting from the Hell in The Cell. Triple H, he claims, is suffering from injuries accumulated over years of wrestling. Rikishi wouldn't have been injured at all if not for Vince driving a truck down to ringside. Well, that's a sad justification. Foley claims that if Vince were in charge of the WWF, things would be "a whole lot worse." William Regal comes down -- and the announcers are as mystified as I am regarding why he is getting involved. Regal claims that Foley has not been around to help them, and "lets the hooligans run rampant." Foley decides to punish Regal and Angle by setting up a tag team match for them with The Rock and Stone Cold.
Stephanie is backstage, looking for her father.
Vince is on the phone with someone, ordering them to deliver papers to Linda "every hour on the hour." Then he inquires about his "offshore accounts" to be sure that Linda "can't touch them." Stephanie enters and claims that there's information that he doesn't know about the family. Before she can tell him that Linda is sick, Vince rushes her out the door. Vince picks the phone back up to ask about his stocks and bonds. Ooh, you're a mean one, Mr. McMahon. I love it!