When you change a roll of toilet paper, is the paper going over the roll or under the roll?
Tyson Kidd: Well, here's the thing: I have the luxury of a bidet. So that tops that question.
Cesaro: Over. It always needs to come down.
Tyson Kidd: But yes, over. 100 percent.
Cesaro: Always over, right? Like we are.
Ryback: Definitely over. Under always seems to be a messy situation.
Alicia Fox: I don't even care. It's a necessary evil.
Jimmy Uso: The paper's just ...
Jey Uso: Down.
Jimmy Uso: It's goin' down, dog.
Jey Uso: [laughs]
Jimmy Uso: Right? [laughs]
Curtis Axel: It's gotta be over. Over.
Emma: Also over. Yeah.
Sami Zayn: I actually ... I learned this from an episode of "The Simpsons," where Homer and Marge are accused of being negligent parents and one of the things on the list was, "Toilet paper hung in improper, overhand fashion." So ever since then, I've been very conscious of how I put the toilet paper on. I'm still not sure if I'm doing it right. But the toilet paper tends to come [over the top]. Is that right?
Bo Dallas: Over. Over, definitely. Classic.
Heath Slater: Over. Always over. ALWAYS over. Yeah, it does [bother me if it's hung the wrong way]! It has to be over, because under's just difficult. Maybe it's a righty/lefty thing. Under, over. I don't know.
Santino Marella: Over. Consciously. [If it's under], it means you're lazy.
Enzo Amore and Colin Cassady: OVER!
Colin Cassady: If you go under and you try to pull it, it breaks off before you want it.
Enzo Amore: The under ... who would I be?
Colin Cassady: Whoever goes under, man, it's just gonna --
Enzo Amore: Who would I be to go under and not go over?
Finn Bálor: Over the roll, all the time. I remember I was in Japan one time, in the dojo and I did an under-the-roll replacement. I got a beating for that one. So it's been over the roll ever since.
CJ Parker: I don't think about that.
Devin Taylor: I don't, either.
Bad News Barrett: Always over.
Sin Cara: [laughs]
Kalisto: I don't know how to answer that! I never thought about it before.
Sin Cara: Over?
Kalisto: I guess over.
Tyler Breeze: I don't even know! I've never paid attention to it! Is that a thing? I'll have to watch next time. I don't know.
Solomon Crowe: It's going under the bottom. If it goes over the top, it gets ripped, it gets ... it's very messy.
Alexa Bliss: NO. WAY. Over the top. Because then, when it's under, your puppy or cat can grab it and start unrolling it.
Solomon Crowe: [So] THAT'S why my cats always rip up my toilet paper.
Alexa Bliss: Yeah.
Is a hot dog a sandwich?
"Hacksaw" Jim Duggan: [thinking] Nnnnno, a hot dog's a hot dog. A club sandwich is a sandwich, brother!
Luke Harper: Yes. I'm from Rochester, New York. Obviously a hot dog is a sandwich.
Scott Hall: I bet I've eaten five hot dogs my whole life. I don't know much about dogs, brother. I would say it's a sandwich, yeah.
Tyson Kidd: Is a hot dog a sandwich?
Cesaro: No, it's a hot dog.
Tyson Kidd: Yeah. It's absolutely not a sandwich. Although it brings up a hell of a question. I've actually never heard that. That's good.
Ryback: Absolutely not.
Alicia Fox: Oh, that's a good one. Hell no. It's not food.
Jey Uso: I think so! It's between two pieces of bread.
Jimmy Uso: Yeah, it's a sandwich. These are some good damn questions, man.
Curtis Axel: No, it's a hot dog. I don't believe it's a sandwich at all.
Emma: A hot dog is it's own thing. That's why it's called a ...
Curtis Axel: It is actually meat between bread.
Emma: If you think about it, it's meat and bread.
Curtis Axel: The sandwich does have bread, and the meat ...
Emma: You shouldn't think about it too much. It's a hot dog.
Curtis Axel: Yeah. I am thinking about that way too much.
Rosa Mendes: No.
Layla: No, not for me. I think it's gross.
Rosa Mendes: Because [Layla and I are] European, so we know that hot dogs are just ... no.
Eva Marie: No. [It's] a hot dog.
Sami Zayn: I guess in theory, yes.
Charlotte: [long pause] ... Yes.
Bo Dallas: No. No, not at all.
Heath Slater: Hell no. Is a hot dog a sandwich? I don't look at it as ... a hot dog is it's own little ... it's a hot dog. That's how I see it.
Santino Marella: [offended] No.
Colin Cassady: No.
Enzo Amore: Absolutely not. [incredulous] Do people think that?
Colin Cassady: No, it's not. The bun is connected. A sandwich, the bread doesn't have any connector.
Enzo Amore: TWO SEPARATE ENTITIES OF BREAD FORMULATE A SANDWICH. Not one!
Colin Cassady: [to interviewer] Do you think a hot dog's a sandwich? You're sittin' here telling me that? A taco and a hot dog are ... no. You're crazy, bro.
Finn Bálor: A hot dog is not food, to me.
CJ Parker: No.
Devin Taylor: No.
CJ Parker: That's easy. That was an easy one.
Devin Taylor: I mean, has anyone ever said yes?
Bad News Barrett: A hot dog is disgusting. I eat sandwiches, but I don't eat hot dogs, so no, it doesn't qualify.
Sin Cara: Oh, no.
Kalisto: No. No.
Tyler Breeze: [scoffs] No. It's a hot dog!
Solomon Crowe: [long pause] I'm very perplexed by this question. I feel like I need to go back in my room sometime and really contemplate life after that question. I really cannot answer, is a hot dog a sandwich.
Alexa Bliss: Is a hot dog a sandwich? Hot dog ... hot dogs are awesome, so I don't even know if they're ... they're better than sandwiches.
Solomon Crowe: I think I've come to a conclusion on my answer: a hot dog ... is a hot dog.