Yeah, I was. I really was. I was surprised at how honest everyone was and that there was no meddling. I remember after we did the show I thought 'well this was pretty open, pretty honest,' I said but I bet when they edit this whole thing down, it'll never come out like I would want it to. But I can't say that. I was really surprised by the effort by everybody to keep it really honest. I think Shawn was very insistent that he wanted to break the chains and get it all off his back, and I think he did that. I certainly related to a lot of the torment he went through all those years. It was sort of a, you know, I think Shawn, ultimately, was the guy accountable for all of it too. We all, I think over the years, we all kind of regretted how ... once upon a time, we were all pretty good friends. Vince was like a father to me and Shawn was a very close friend of mine over the years and I had a lot to do, I think, with helping him get to where he was. Wrestling is filled with dissension, politics and backstabbing and unfortunately, we allowed ourselves to get worked into a shoot sort of thing where we caused each other a lot of grief. And I know I thumbed him in the eye a lot of times on promos and stuff like that. I think we're all kind of guilty. That whole thing was a train wreck at the end, and I know I probably got the worst of it, but at the same time, I'm grateful. I had a 14-year career in WWE and I'm not going to let one year be the only stink I have on my career. I love the days of the Hart Foundation, the early WrestleManias, being the Intercontinental Champion, the whole run I had with Steve Austin and my brother Owen, so many experiences and memories that I had -- I'm grateful for all of them. I always tell people I wouldn't be talking to you now if not for what Vince McMahon had done for me. I feel really good about how I handled everything through my career; that whole meltdown at the end and the "Wrestling with Shadows" documentary, I think sort of tells a story; it's probably the only wrestling documentary, including movies that I've seen, that paints wrestlers and wrestling in a positive light where still we care and have a passion, and it's an art form and we aren't all just a bunch of bums with drug problems.