10. The Edge And Christian Show That Totally Reeks Of Awesomeness - The 90s (February 29th, 2016)
The most successful decade for the business was indisputably the 1990s, specifically the years 1996 - 1999, but it was also dark days in the first few years. There's a wealth of material to be mined here, but unfortunately this just comes off as a tremendous amount of filler. An interview with Luke Perry of Beverly Hills 90210 fame and Jaleel White, better known as Urkel - because 1990s! - dragged the show down and the guys imitating famous wrestler entrances could have easily been scrapped during editing and it wouldn't have hurt the flow at all. We did get a WWE-centric rendition of "Mean Tweets" which has potential to be a great repeat segment so hopefully we see more of that in the future.
9. The Edge And Christian Show That Totally Reeks Of Awesomeness - Madness! (March 7th, 2016)
In a riff on college basketball's March Madness, this episode features E and C breaking out their "bracket of suckitude" to determine the most infamous gimmick of all-time. This is one of the more enjoyable ones and features an awesome cameo that longtime fans will appreciate.
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