10. Frank Williams And The Birth Of A Phrase http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qo_QrixLSSc On an early edition of Piper's Pit in 1984, the Rowdy One welcomed on a different kind of guest than fans were used to. Instead of the usual stars that would grace the Pit, he instead welcomed perennial WWF Jobber Frank Williams on set. Frank sat there in the worst singlet imaginable as Piper alluded to the fact that he was indeed just there to lose all the time. He just couldn't get his head around the fact that Frank allowed himself to lose so many matches, since he himself didn't like to lose a single one. He told Frank he lacked the guts, authority and everything else to ever be a winner and called him a coward. Williams ripped the microphone from Roddy and after smacking himself in the mouth with it, mumbled something about "not being afraid of nobody." Piper then called him a lousy wrestler and after Frank tried to once again take the mic away, Roddy decked him and drilled him with a few knees. He then threw him off set like he didn't matter at all, took the mic and aimed the now famous words into the camera, "Just when they think they know all the answers, I change the questions." This segment was proof positive that Piper could make an entertaining interview out of anyone and at the same time didn't matter that Williams was an easy target. No one had so blatantly called out a jobber before on TV and these great heelish antics were a precursor to much more blurring of the lines between reality and wrestling.