The Good Brothers are making appearances all over the wrestling sphere, even on Being The Elite.
The duo, who wrestled in WWE as Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson, appeared on Being The Elite episode 213 in a "flashback" skit with The Young Bucks from when all four were in NJPW and a part of Bullet Club talking about the Bucks' desire to start their own wrestling company and how the Good Brothers had no desire to "go to New York," a reference to WWE.
The skit had the four wrestlers say that they are "Bullet Club for life" while saying that the Good Brothers would never turn on the Bucks like AJ Styles did as well as Fergal Devitt, both of whom still wrestle in WWE as former Bullet Club leaders with the latter wrestling as Finn Balor.
After the Bucks left the room, Gallows and Anderson mentioned how they were using Bullet Club to try and get to WWE and team up with Triple H. They also talked about how they wanted to work for "two Pauls" and that they wouldn't lie to them, a reference to Triple H, whose real name is Paul Levesque, and Paul Heyman. In addition, the Good Brothers spoke on how TNT doesn't want to get back into the wrestling game after WCW closed down.
The skit comes days after the former Raw Tag Team Champions were discussing on Talk'N Shop the many of the topics and references made in the skit. You can check out the Good Brothers' comments on meeting with The Young Bucks at this link. Anderson and Gallows also recently announced they signed with IMPACT Wrestling, appearing at Slammiversary.
The full episode can be seen in the video at the top of the page.