I'd try it but I'll be damned to ever figure out how to make my TV do that. Has anyone seen anything like this?sescoops.com said:Q: Does WWE have control over the closed captioning for their programming? Whenever Michael Cole starts to speak, it comes up as Jim [Ross] or JR. – Ryan B.
A: I’m not sure if WWE provides the closed captioning folks with a list of character names, but regardless, they do not have control over it. At least, I’d like to think they don’t as I’ve seen some rather sexually-suggestive and downright hilarious captions in recent years that are more entertaining than the shows themselves. As an experiment, I urge everyone to watch an episode of Raw with the captions on. It may not be the same for everybody, but when Randy Orton makes his entrance, if the caption for the start of his theme music should read “I ate poison, now I’m dead”, then you’ll know it works. I’ve also seen it as “I have oysters in my bed” and “I have boys in my shed”, which is downright disturbing.
Idk? I never read that line on my captioning.What did they say after the shed line, M6A?
:lmao :lmao that is soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo fuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuunyy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!...I captured them they understand they talk to me :side:
I can't say for sure but I think for songs on CC they usually do the first line of the song (or the title really) with music notes and then don't type out any of the rest of the song. Then the CC comes back at the first line of dialogue after the song. But it's different for different stations.What did they say after the shed line, M6A?