Newsday has an article up on the show at this link. They talked to Roddy Piper about the show. He said:
"First thing, I'm uncomfortable. There are some things I forgot -- [grimaces] -- uncomfortable. I think it's very authentic. Like nobody there is trying to pretend 'I'm this,' or 'I gotta live up to this.' Everybody in there has been around long enough, they're just kind of being themselves, like we are here. Nobody's putting up any airs."
PWInsider reports that while many reality shows script their segments, WWE Legends House did not do that. None of the talents on Legends House were scripted in terms of verbiage or how to react.
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