This week's episode features the Young Bucks as they travel around Chicago and Detroit. With so many of their friends injured at the moment, Matt Jackson considers sending a text to Hangman Page at the end of the episode. In the end, he never does send the message, however.
The Young Bucks in Chicago --
- The episode begins with clips of the Young Bucks traveling around Chicago and later Detroit.
Ryan Nemeth --
- Ryan Nemeth is shown working out in a gym. He said he is the king of AEW Dark and Dynamite "can't afford" him.
The Young Bucks travel montage --
- More clips of the Bucks and their families traveling around Chicago are shown.
- They spoke about having a "hell of a run" as of late. They said they got robbed of having a five-star match recently. The Bucks also mentioned how Sting said it was "an honor" to wrestle them.
- A montage of them doing a photo shoot was then shown.
Mustard toss to determine the #1 contender to the BTE Championship --
- John Silver, Evil Uno, and Trent Beretta were shown. Silver announced that they were going to play a variation of a game of mustard toss.
- Beretta and Uno then played a game with the winner being declared the #1 contender to Silver's BTE Championship.
- There was some confusion over how the scoring works. Things got a little tense. Beretta eventually won.
The Young Bucks are out of friends, except for.... --
- A lonely Matt Jackson is seen sitting in a chair. He pulls out his phone and begins to text someone.
- The shot switches to Matt's perspective as he's looking at his phone. We see that he is texting "Hangman."
- Matt writes, "Hey man, I think it's time we talk. Can we just forget about the last couple of years? You're one of our best friends and I feel like we just need to have one conversation. It can fix all of this. I love you dude."
- Matt deletes the whole text and doesn't send it, however.