Spencer checks out his badly bruised hip from the tussle with Sizzle. He grabs a bottle of pain pills and pops a few in his mouth.
Arriving at the pharmacy for a prescription refill, Spencer is anxious when they tell him he is overdrawn and they will need to call his doctor. Feeling uncomfortable, he leaves.
Sizzle shows up at ASM for an appointment Spencer set up. Without running it by Anderson first, Spencer tells Joe its time to make a go at getting Sizzle on as a new client. Joe is concerned about moving ahead when they aren’t officially cleared by the league yet.
Spencer visits Joe to find out what went down. Clear-eyed and sober, Joe tells Spencer he didn’t quit, he was fired. Now he wants to open up his own shop with Spencer.
Spencer and Joe attend the opening of their client Ndamukong Suh’s new restaurant “Suh Casa.” Spencer addresses the crowd, and is distracted when big-time money manager Andre Alan and football player Terrell “T-Sizzle” Suggs show up. Following the speech, Spencer and Andre have an intense exchange of words, then Joe and Old Man Anderson convince Spence to appear on insider Jay Glazer’s show.
Poolside, Ricky plans his low-key 30th birthday party with Dennis, his father, and TTD, his friend. TTD is glad Ricky has cleaned up his act, but admits things have gotten dull.
The Rock / Raichu. Graphic by House Money Studios.
Raichu is the evolved, more powerful, version of Pikachu. Once upon a time, The Rock was Pikachu. He helped rewrite wrestling history alongside Stone Cold Steve Austin (Charmeleon?) as part of the unforgettable Attitude Era.
But after exploding onto the A-list, and being named the world’s highest-paid actor on the 2016 Forbes 100, The Rock is past electrifying with lightning bolts. Now he uses thunder.
In the WWE Universe, The Rock, like Raichu, is a rare find. He’ll come around every once in a while for a memorable moment, but he has now successfully transitioned into a full-time bona-fide star. Despite its rarity, Raichu is the benchmark that most, if not all, pro wrestlers should aspire to.
The Rock and I have a special relationship—I have been friends with his family for so long, and I’ve known him forever. I will always remember when he first got in touch with me about wrestling and said, “It’s Dwayne Johnson.”
“Rocky Johnson’s son.”
“Holy shit.” I had not seen him in over ten years.
“I would like to meet with you. I’m in Tampa.”
I had no idea Rocky Johnson lived in Tampa, or that Dwayne’s parents didn’t want him in the business. He had an in at the FBI but wanted to try wrestling first. When I saw him in action, I called Vince [McMahon, WWE chairman] and told him he wanted to see this kid, not tomorrow but yesterday. They brought him to the office and he had a meeting with Vince and he was hired. His career was out of my hands from that point forward. I didn’t exactly give him a job, but part of what I did was let the office know who I thought we should look at. And in Dwayne, I really saw something special. Continue reading
Ball so hard. Those three words—uttered by former NFL superstar turned financial planner Spencer Strasmore (Dwayne Johnson) in the Season 2 premiere of Ballers—not only serve as the business motto for Spencer and his all-star clientele, but they also represent the attitude Johnson himself has adopted for the sophomore year of his hit HBO comedy. “Now that we’ve established the character, we want to push harder and dig deeper in terms of what challenges Spencer faces,” says Johnson (aka The Rock), who also serves as an executive producer. “Spencer will continue to scratch and claw his way up the ladder, he’s even hungrier and more driven.” Continue reading
The Hollywood Walk of Fame class of 2017 has been revealed!
A who’s who of actors including Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Rita Wilson and Hugh Laurie were selected, as were musicians Ice Cube, Daryl Hall and John Oats, and the member of the band *NSYNC.
“The Walk of Fame Selection Committee… looked carefully at each nominee and we feel that we have selected a great group of talent that will appeal to the tastes of many fans around the world,” stated TV producer Di Bona, chair of the Walk of Fame Selection Committee, according to the Walk of Fame website. “As a Walk of Famer myself, I know these honorees will look back at the day of their ceremony and remember it with fond memories shared with family and friends, and of course, the fans. We look forward to their big day as the Walk of Fame Class of 2017 become part of Hollywood history on this famous Walk.”
Name: Dwayne Douglas "The Rock" Johnson Born: May 2, 1972 Age: 44 From: Hayward, CA & Miami, FL Profession: Actor (99-Present) Recent films include: Furious 7, San Andreas Previous Career: Wrestler (2011-13) & (96-04);
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Central Intelligence (2016) as Bob
The story begins with a class reunion approaching, as a former high school sports star turned accountant (Hart) is contacted by a classmate (Johnson) who was bullied and humiliated back in the day. The “loser” that the accountant remembers is now a CIA contract killer who ropes him into helping foil a plot to sell classified military secrets.
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