The line uttered by Kane last night was the best part of the show. Who ever expected him to be the "girlfriend" of the duo, rather than Daniel? I'm appreciating Glenn Jacobs more than ever; it's amusing to consider the mute monster he played at the start of his WWE career as opposed to what he is today......and it's been changed on the fly; when he went back under the mask, I thought he was returning to his Big Red Monster days. The skit was funny as hell, yet one could appreciate the planning that's going into their breakup. How many times have we seen tag team guys end their partnership by becoming enemies? Yes, it's obvious the whole shebang is about Daniel Bryan.....and how unusual is it to see stars like Kane and Randy Orton (of all people) playing second fiddle to anyone, much less the little dynamo with the face of a goat? For those of you who are bored to death with WWE, thinking that nothing new ever gets presented, I give you the Daniel Bryan push. On one hand, he's playing a paranoid twerp.....on the other, he's the guy taking down the Shield, pinning Seth Rollins in a singles match and being the first to cleanly beat the Shield trio.....with the help of his friends. As things are proceeding, Kane and Daniel can "break up" while still being allies.....or maybe not. Also, after seeing Daniel being RKO'd by Orton, we knew they'd be enemies....except they aren't, at least not yet. The possibilities are endless. It's all about Daniel Bryan. His two big brothers spend part of their time trying to mollify him....and the rest helping to launch him on his way to the heights. It's new territory for both of them and I'm enjoying the way they're handling themselves. The Daniel Bryan Express is one of the slickest programs I've seen Creative come up with, and I can't wait to see where it's going.