I was glad to hear that Curtis Axel was given the Mr. Perfect-based version of his theme back, as last week's version of it just seemed too generic and with no connection to his father.
I have to say that I enjoyed McMahon and Triple H ending and restarting the match in the ways that they did, though it was obvious that the Iron Man match was unlikely to happen - McMahon taking the bell and microphone was unexpected though, as I thought he was going to specifically call an end to that match too.
Curtis Axel being Fandango's replacement in the Triple Threat Intercontinental Championship match makes sense, though I think that guarantees that he will be winning the match now, to continue the momentum that he is building up.
Good to see Dolph Ziggler back, though I expect that he won't have a match on SmackDown either, just to be 100% sure that he will be okay for the match at Payback. I'd prefer him having a different opponent though, as I still don't really care about Del Rio, but it's obviously too late to build something else up with someone else.
The "Secret Admirer" situation with Kaitlyn went pretty much as expected, as it was clear what was likely to happen as soon as it was revealed that Langston was the supposed admirer. I thought that it would be AJ that would come out straight away, but I can understand the attempt at teasing by having Langston appear first to drag it out for slightly longer.
I have no idea where they are trying to go with the Triple H/Vince McMahon thing now though, as having both change their minds to the view the other held just makes things confusing - will there be yet another match between Triple H and Curtis Axel or not? I'm actually hoping not, as I think it would probably end up hurting Axel's momentum and waste what they had already done, as I think it would probably end up with Triple H winning.
I'm looking forward to the Three Stages Of Hell match... but the participants of it, not so much.