When we get back from commercial, we get to see exclusive behind-the-scenes footage of Chyna at her Playboy shoot. They all try to pretend like they wanted to shoot Chyna because she's so beautiful and such a superstar, when we all know that they really wanted to because she is a freak of nature. I have to say, she does look pretty in the outtakes they show. As long as they don't show her freakishly implanted breasts, they're doing okay.
Now it's time for Lawler's tag-team match, outlined earlier. Lawler is already in the ring, and Jericho makes his way down the ramp. Tazz comes out with that towel on his head. I don't get that. Can someone explain that to me? Then we get to hear Raven's new music, and it's all "Caw! Caw!" Ha! Am I supposed to be intimidated by that? Oh, no! It's a giant...raven! Nevermore! Nevermore! Hee hee. Michael Cole tries to call the match by himself, and I miss Lawler's interruptions. Why do they put Lawler in the ring? He looks sad and he can't wrestle anymore. I guess he's so popular that pitting someone against him makes the crowd hate the opponent. Why does Raven have a hanky hanging out of his back pocket? This match is raising a lot of questions for me. Jericho ultimately gets Raven into the Walls of Jericho, only to have X-Pac come out and interrupt. This sets up a DDT from Raven on Jericho, and the pin for the victory. After the match is officially over, Tazz, Raven, and X-Pac beat on Lawler and Jericho. The Dudley Boyz come out and chase away the bad guys.
Kevin Kelley asks The Rock how he feels about teaming up with Triple H. The Rock calls Kelley "Hermie" after the elf in Rudolph. Ha! The Rock doesn't want to team with Triple H because The Rock doesn't like Triple H and The Rock doesn't trust Triple H. But The Rock respects Triple H's work ethic. The Rock promises to "layeth the smacketh down on all the candy-asses. If you smell what The Rock is cooking!" I know it doesn't make any sense. Just go with it. Everyone loves The Rock. Resistance is futile. And admittedly, he is pretty funny, even if he speaks in sentence fragments.