All the superstars, divas and referees are shown heading to the ring. Jerry Lawler's music hit and he heads to the ring as we head to break.
Back from break and the locker room is at ringside, although I don't see John Cena and CM Punk. Triple H's music hits and he hits the ring. He talks about being disappointed with Miz and R-Truth for how the dealt with their punishment. HHH says that he doesn't work for the talent, but for the fans. He said that he was curious to hear their opinions.
Wade Barrett takes the mic and says he's representing his colleagues and says that he has created an unsafe working environment. Barrett says they all came to WWE because they're competitors and that they shouldn't be subjected to an unsafe working environment since HHH is unable to control his talent. Barrett says HHH is the reason for the chaos. HHH noted that Barrett used to be the leader of Nexus and how they destroyed the ring a year and a half ago, and suggested that Barrett was upset because he wasn't the one causing the chaos.
Referee Mike Chioda takes the mic and says that in all of his years, he's never been subject to the kind of abuse that they've been subjected to. HHH said he fired Miz and Truth. Chioda says that he didn't do anything to Ricardo and HHH got a little fluttered.
Phoenix took the mic and said that the bedlam around RAW has led them to believe that something might happen to them. Jerry Lawler then took the mic and got in the ring. Lawler said that he agreed with some of what's been said and disagrees with some, but he feels that RAW is spiraling out of control. Lawler then said that he doesn't think it's HHH's fault, and someone is trying to sabotage HHH. He said that all the talent is paying the price for it, and like it or not, he's the reason all this is happening.
Christian then asked for a vote of confidence right now, and says that he and all of the talent vote "No confidence." The referees, and divas agree, as does Lawler. Lawler said that actions speak louder than words and he's reluctantly walking out. The rest of the talent heads to the back. Michael Cole gets up from his desk and leaves, and ultimately, Booker T, and the cameramen walk off. Jim Ross is the only one to stay behind and Triple H looks at him. Ultimately JR nods his head and heads to the back. Alone in the ring, Triple H looked at the crowd. John Lauranitis then walks up to the top of the ramp and stares at HHH before walking to the back. HHH walked around the ring as the crowd cheered and the show went off the air.