The show was the twelfth No Way Out event and the first one since Nine matches were on the card.
The event received , buys, up from last year's Capitol Punishment pay-per-view of , The professional wrestling matches at No Way Out featured professional wrestlers performing as characters in scripted events pre-determined by the hosting promotion , WWE. The main event of the pay-per-view involves John Cena and Big Show.
The next night on Raw , Laurinaitis revealed that he gave Big Show back his job, complete with an ironclad contract with a bonus on the condition that he would take out Cena as Show was outside the influence of the no interference stipulation for the match. Show stated that he only helped Laurinaitis when he didn't receive any sympathy from the other Superstars, and because of his ironclad contract, started attacking those Superstars. Laurinaitis would soon book a match between Cena and Big Show inside a steel cage for the pay-per-view.
On the June 11 edition of Raw , Mr.
McMahon after Cena ducked. On the June 15 episode of SmackDown, Laurinaitis announced the stipulation if Cena loses, he would be fired, at which point Cena knocked Laurinaitis out. Del Rio was pulled from the match following a concussion during the June 8 episode of SmackDown.
On the May 18 edition of SmackDown, Punk was put in a match against Kane, where Bryan was in commentary observing the match. Bryan would run interference by attacking Kane with a steel chair and making it look like Punk did it, causing Kane to attack Punk. On the May 21 edition of Raw , Bryan, who demanded a rematch due to Punk tapping out moments after scoring the pin during their WWE Championship match at Over the Limit, was facing off against Kane, set up by Punk in which the situation nearly reversed itself.
Afterwards, Kane would start attacking both indiscriminately after being a pawn in each of their plans. Sheamus executed a Brogue Kick on Ziggler to retain the title. Marella won by stripping Rodriguez down to his underwear. The match ended when Rhodes attempted a Beautiful Disaster Kick but Christian avoided and executed a Spear on Rhodes to retain the title. Young executed a Gut Check on Primo for the victory.
Layla executed a Neckbreaker on Phoenix for the victory. After that, Sin Cara faced Hunico. Punk pinned Bryan but Kane pulled Bryan out of the ring, voiding the pinfall. Season 4 Castle Rock: Season 1 The Deuce: Season 2 Fear the Walking Dead: Season 3 The Walking Dead: Sidney Poitier in his screen debut is the black doctor, Luther Brooks, assigned to take care of the wounded Ray. Brooks, hired by the police hospital as part of an overall program to integrate the staff, keeps his temper in check as Ray spouts his racist invective.
When Ray's brother, also wounded, dies in the hospital, the blustering bigot holds Dr. Brooks responsible and sends word to his gang to wreak vengeance on the city's black community. But the blacks turn the tables on the whites and fight them off. Ray then breaks out of the hospital with Dr.
His plans to kill the doctor are thwarted by Ray's girlfriend Linda Darnell , who finally becomes fed up with his blind hatred. No Way Out was considered potent stuff in ; it was still regarded as a hot potato in , when NBC dropped plans to telecast the film on "Saturday Night at the Movies.
Lesser Samuels , Joseph L. Richard Widmark as Ray Biddle. Sidney Poitier as Dr. Linda Darnell as Edie Johnson. Stephen McNally as Dr. Mildred Joanne Smith as Cora. Harry Bellaver as George Biddle. Stanley Ridges as Dr.
Dotts Johnson as Lefty. Amanda Randolph as Gladys. Bill Walker as Mathew Tompkins. Ruby Dee as Connie. Ken Christy as Kowalski. Ossie Davis as John.
Frank Richards as Mac. George Tyne as Whitey. Robert Adler as Assistant Deputy. Bert Freed as Rocky.
Jim Toney as Deputy Sheriff. Maude Simmons as Luther's mother. Pritchard, who is homosexual , killed Susan because he was jealous of Brice's relationship with her. A devastated Pritchard commits suicide and is apparently revealed to be "Yuri", concluding the search. As Farrell leaves the Pentagon, the image enhancement of the photograph positively identifies him as Susan's other lover.
Farrell is picked up by several men while sitting despondently at Susan's grave. The flashback ends, and it is revealed that Farrell actually is the storied and long-sought "Yuri", the KGB's mole in the Department of Defense.
Aware of Brice's affair, the Kremlin had ordered Farrell to seduce his mistress and gather intelligence from her. Implying that he should have blackmailed Brice instead of exposing him, Farrell's interrogators angrily berate him, saying the situation was "poorly handled". Farrell's handler arrives, tells "Yuri" that America is no longer safe for him, and that it is time for him to return to the Soviet Union.
Revealing that he genuinely loved Susan, Farrell refuses and tells his handlers that he is finished being a KGB mole. After he leaves the safe house, his handler snaps, "He'll return. Where else does he have to go? The film debuted at number 2 at the box office after Stakeout. Roger Ebert gave the film 4 out of 4 stars, calling it "truly labyrinthine and ingenious.
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Films directed by Roger Donaldson.