They go into the third man angle with Hulk Hogan getting turned on by the fans leading up to Bash at the Beach 1996 and he made the decision to turn heel. They say that only about 12 people knew that Hulk Hogan was the third man as they show the clip of him turning heel. The NWO then gets highlighted in great detail with them talking about specific instances of the NWO doing things like invading the production truck and beating down everybody. I found the thing where they showed the teasing of Razor Ramon and Diesel returning to WWE in September of 1996 where Jim Ross was confirming that they are in the building and they will be here. Then a Fake Diesel and Fake Razor Ramon come out and it gets crapped all over. They really try and get the point across that WCW had fresh real storylines whereas WWE was hanging on the past with their cartoonish programming.
The last bit of the episode highlights how the NWO eventually just exploded because everyone was getting sick of being beaten up so they all joined the NWO. They didn't really get into everyone getting bored of NWO so I'm guessing they are going to talk about that later on. They end it by teasing D-Generation X and how them and the NWO with The Attitude Era made wrestling explode.
Overall Rating-8.5/10; This is a very nostalgic video series that gives you flashes of the past from the Monday Night Wars which was easily the best time in wrestling history. The whole thing with the backstory and the story of the NWO was really well done and it gave me a great insight into the exact details of 1996 into 1997 with the New World Order carrying World Championship Wrestling.