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Last week was the official season finale as far as content from within the house goes, but tonight is the true end of the season. On this episode, the legends have been reassembled in a special "reunion" night where they will reflect on what happened throughout the past 9 episodes. From the previews, it seems like the sense of camaraderie when they left off has not necessarily continued and some arguments may rear their ugly heads once more.
Our show is hosted by Jerry Lawler and appears to have been filmed in the Performance Center, which looks pretty awesome. Everyone comes out except Tony Atlas (and Ashley, cause she doesn't really matter all that much). For some reason, Tony Atlas is sitting backstage. Howard Finkel tries to say something about his experience, but he's interrupted by Pat Patterson, who derails the conversation in a rather annoying way.
Piper says he has a lot of respect for everyone for putting up with him and calming him down, teaching him things, etc.
They start talking about Tony Atlas and run him down about being a pain in the ass. "Is there anything that Tony should change?" / "Everything." — That comment causes Tony to come out. I naturally assume that this was all set up and taken to the next level on purpose. Atlas makes some good points, admitting that he's a pain in the ass and saying that everyone didn't talk before this show. He takes a lot of shots at himself, rather than being just negative about others.
Hacksaw and Piper look back on their bromance. Everyone agrees that it was one of the most positive relationships in the house.
On the contrary, Hacksaw's rivalry with Tony Atlas is detailed as well. After looking at the clips, the two of them get at it again, arguing about whose fault it was.
They recap the confessional breakfast (or brunch...whichever it was). They reiterate their stories that they shared before.
All of them agree that they would do the show again, except Mean Gene Okerlund, who says it was a once in a lifetime experience.
These reunion reality shows are never anything more than this, so if you're fond of them, you'll like it, and if you aren't, you'll find it boring. I was hoping there would be more to talk about and less repeating what already happened, so that was disappointing to me.