The leading WWE family was apparently not destined to be at one point, with Vince Mc Mahon flip-flopping over whether or not he’d actually allow Triple H aka Paul Levesque to date his daughter Stephanie Mc Mahon in real life.
While it’s a well-known story in the WWE Universe, Stephanie recently opened up about the episode in a new interview.
Like I remember me and Hunter would go from like 50 folding chairs then it's like 10,000 people then it's like 15,000 people. Wrestling INC.com: How did you find out about Triple H and Stephanie Mc Mahon's relationship? Chyna: Within five minutes I called Vince Mc Mahon and he was basically like, "Okay, well, the jig is up." Wrestling INC.com: So he obviously knew.
Then I remember me and all the boys - we'd look out the curtain and say, "Oh my God, there's 20,000 people out there." It was such an exciting experience.
Wrestling INC.com: You were in wrestling during a very hot peak. I just wanted to be on TV like in fitness pageants. Chyna: Well, that was awkward because that's the time when I knew Hunter was having the affair with Stephanie Mc Mahon and it was so uncomfortable. I need to know because I didn't want to lose my career. He said, "Okay, I'll see you on Monday," and when I walked into the building it was like the parting of the Red Sea. Bob Holly was standing around me, Billy was standing around me - it was just crazy. She took me into the room, we talked, and she goes, "Well, I love him. Wrestling INC.com: Now with "Back Door to Chyna" - that's pretty much your debut movie with Vivid.
What they will say, though, is that the episode includes flashbacks detailing how the Administration came to be.
Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series Win with Part 2 for Thomas Schlamme Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Dramatic Underscore) Win with Part 2 for W. Snuffy Walden Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series Nomination with Part 2 for Aaron Sorkin Submitted for consideration after Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Nomination by John Spencer Submitted for consideration for Outstanding Drama Series Win Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Television Series Nomination with Part 2 (Winner Unknown) Continuing Series Episode Nomination with Part 2 "Last week I decided I want to [do] a two-part episode, which would be a flashback showing how everyone came to be part of the campaign.
The Bartlet Administration is in chaos---an assassination attempt has left the White House (not to mention the country) reeling. Elsewhere, the press department is hounded by the media for details of the shooting while a military crisis looms in Iraq.
Meanwhile, as a manhunt continues, the wounded drift in and out of surgery recalling how Bartlet's team came together during the dark months of his longshot primary campaign.
All the President's (Martin Sheen) men and women scramble in the chaotic wake of an assassination attempt that leaves some victims fighting for their lives.