What bugs me about TNA…

After last night's show, I feel like TNA has become the drunk guy sitting around the bar who tries to tell a joke they heard from someone else, but can't remember the punchline.  Or like Homer on the Treehouse of Horror episode going "Did I mention he really liked bowling?" after the scary story was already told.  That's basically what we've got with the D-Lo reveal, because who the hell knows what the storyline threat to TNA actually is when they don't even define the guy's role in the company.  They've had the length of a pregnancy term to actually craft an interesting backstory and motivation for these goofs, and they still couldn't even be bothered to introduce D-Lo as a regular on-screen character so people might actually CARE when he turned.  

I hate to say it, but in some ways they need to learn from WWE how to tell stories.  In SOME ways.