AVClub: Typically speaking, there are four or five episodes of Raw between each PPV. Sometimes there’s three and occasionally there’s six, and that can make all the difference. Those varying numbers should mean that WWE often engages in different types of storytelling. It should mean that those rare six-week stretches give WWE more room to expand upon its storylines and that those three-week builds contain and undeniable energy to them. Too often though WWE falls into a similar storytelling pattern no matter the length of time between PPVS, hitting the same beats each and every time and robbing the show of any sense of spontaneity.