- Paul plays an excellent reluctant big man. You gotta feel for Donald here, as he’s being reduced to his size by everyone around him, including his sister. Let the man spread his large wings and fly.
- After being pulled over for the crime of being tall, Donald has a medical emergency that leads to him getting tazed by a policeman, who then almost lets him die due to negligence. A statement I would not have expected this show to make.
- There’s a bit where a character asks if everyone “is ready for the big show.” Get it? Get it??
- There are zero knock out punches, but we do see him kind of give Mark Feuerstein a Samoan Drop, although it's more of an accident on Donald's part.
- Donald is too large for the regular hospital bed, so they put this man in a horse MRI. Educational and inclusive towards tall people.
- We get to see Wight in his Trash Compactor uniform, which includes nails for teeth and a very large overcoat made from the same material as Braun Strowman's pants. It’s only slightly worse than any shirts WWF had him wear in the late 90s.
- This appearance seems to be a consequence of the unfortunate WWE Studios "Knucklehead." If only we could have left it at a guest star. They can’t all be hits, but Wight and Feuerstein do have solid chemistry. I’d watch them in another Peacock buddy comedy down the line.
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