Apparently the writers hinted that something shocking and unexpected will happen in the finale, I have no idea what that might be.
If you recall earlier this year, there were allegations that Bill Demott, former NXT head trailer/coach was an abusive, homophobic, racist mess.
Turns out the Man behind those allegations is a former NXT wrestler named Judas Devlin, AKA current BB17 inhabitant Austin Matelson.
He laid out the details of the infractions meticulously and called out everything from DeMott's racist, homophobic and simply disgusting barbs:
DeMott subsequently resigned.
Dalai Lama confirms his first appearance at Glastonbury festival http://t.co/gom1Qtdzm5— Guardian music (@guardianmusic) June 25, 2015
they've ambushed our car and are holding our driver hostage. they're beating the cars with metal bats. this is France?? I'm safer in Baghdad— Courtney Love Cobain (@Courtney) June 25, 2015
François Hollande where are the fucking police??? is it legal for your people to attack visitors? Get your ass to the airport. Wtf???— Courtney Love Cobain (@Courtney) June 25, 2015
@KameronJdevine Best answer is that the use of institutionalised rape by Immortan Joe is not only central to the story -— Mark Sexton (@Mark_H_Sexton) June 17, 2015
@KameronJdevine - but without it, the story could be viewed merely as a bunch of young spoilt girls whining about being kept in relative -— Mark Sexton (@Mark_H_Sexton) June 17, 2015
@KameronJdevine - luxury by an older man who's concerned with their safety. Not really much room for dramatic tension there..!— Mark Sexton (@Mark_H_Sexton) June 17, 2015
Stop everything: A Clueless musical is in the works! http://t.co/NYIYDNIyp3— Us Weekly (@usweekly) June 25, 2015
Taylor Swift’s ‘Bad Blood’ Video Without Music Is Just a Really Awkward Action Movie: Taylor Swift’s star-s... http://t.co/Sznd08P8Nu— US Magazine Links (@dlusmagazine) June 24, 2015
-Inside her first solo American Vogue cover, Cara talked about about her relationship with Annie Clark aka St. Vincent, her personal struggle with bisexuality and how her parents are still uncomfortable about this aspect of her among other things.
-The interviewer, Rob Haskell, implies in the article that Cara's parents are correct in thinking that being attracted to women is just a phase, saying: “Her parents seem to think girls are just a phase for Cara, and they may be correct…When I suggest to Cara that to trust a man, she might have to revise an old and stubborn idea of hers—that women are perennially troubled and therefore only women will accept her—her smile says she concedes the point.”
-Some people are not happy with the article, particularly a 2 Care petition has sprung up criticizing Vogue for perputating stereotypes of bisexuality. “The idea that queer women only form relationships with other women as a result of childhood trauma is a harmful (and false) stereotype that lesbian and bisexual women have been combating for decades." Julie Rodriguez, who started the petition, says. "How could Vogue’s editorial staff greenlight this article and publish it without anyone raising concerns about this dismissive and demeaning language?”
-The petition has so far received nearly 13.000 signatures.
link to petition: http://www.thepetitionsite.com/895/990/572/