Previously on the Best and Worst of WWF Raw Is War: Kane crafted a Vader-themed alarm clock and then burned it to show he means serious business. Also, Sunny peaked [spritzes self], the New Age Outlaws tried to murder a pair of blow up dolls, and The Rock shoot gave Ken Shamrock brain damage. Made his preexisting brain damage work, however you wanna phrase it.
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And now, the Best and Worst of Western Union (the fastest way to send money 20 years ago) presents WWF In Your House: There Is No Way To Escape Texas, originally aired on February 15, 1998.