Lillian Garcia interviews Kurt Angle, who is accompanied by Edge and Christian. Although Kurt is the one being interviewed, Edge and Christian answer all the questions. They say Foley is "a toolbox," and that tonight they will be taking out two of Angle's Hell in The Cell opponents.
Hardcore Holly is throwing someone's stuff out of a locker. Raven comes up and asks what's going on -- seems that it's his stuff being thrown. Hardcore claims the locker is his. What is this, the third grade? This is the best that they could do for a dispute? Look, writers, just because these two probably had this fight in real life doesn't mean that we want to see it, or that you should base a storyline on it. At least Raven has his hair tied back so you can see his face. Ha! Hardcore calls Raven "Crow Boy." I love Hardcore Holly. They're going to have a match later.
Triple H holds up a teddy and jokes that he won't fit in it. Stephanie says it's not for him. This is getting awfully close to the ban on the word "conception" that I made earlier. Harvey barges in and says that their "special anniversary cake" is here. Triple H think this is some code for Austin, and gets into his defensive stance again, clutching the champagne bottle. Commercial.
The guy with the cake comes in, and it's a guy with a Stone Cold hat on. Triple H nearly clocks him as Stephanie comes over and announces that it's the top of their wedding cake that she had flown in. They had a wedding cake?
Raven attacks Hardcore from behind and then starts reciting some not-at-all poetry. In that it is not poetry, at all. Hardcore gives Raven the low blow. Ha! Go Bob Holly! The two battle backstage for what seems like eons. They even go outside, and I have to give them props because it must have been really cold out there. I still don't care about the match, mind you, but I get that it is cold. Okay, things just got a little bit interesting. Raven grabs some electrical wire out of the back of a truck and ties it around Hardcore's neck, and then leads him around as if the wire were a leash. Now they are across the street and throwing each other into street signs. Hardcore ends up pinning Raven on the sidewalk for the win. Mostly boring, but a little interesting at the end.