Last night's episode of RAW kicked off with yet another clash between The Judgement Day (Finn Balor, Damian Priest, and Dominik Mysterio) and their Survivor Series: WarGames opponents Cody Rhodes, Jey Uso, Sami Zayn, and World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins.
JD McDonagh was also on hand, of course, and once again made the save for Priest. With that, despite some tensions in the faction after Señor Money in the Bank declared himself their leader, they all finally agreed to welcome McDonagh into the fold (Priest has also been made the "leader" for that aforementioned WarGames match).
Earlier in the night, Adam Pearce had banned everyone from ringside for the main event - an Undisputed Tag Team Championship match pitting Balor and Priest against Rhodes and Uso - so McDonagh had to take his new jacket and leave.
Elsewhere, Rhodes and Rollins put their differences aside and Drew McIntyre made peace with the champion after failing to defeat him at Crown Jewel.
Back to that title match, though, and it looked like the American Nightmare and "Main Event" Jey had the titles won. However, after the latter was pulled out of the ring, McIntyre made a surprise appearance and proceeded to hit Uso with a brutal Claymore.
He threw the babyface into the ring and gave a shocked Balor an easy win.
On the stage, McIntyre shook hands with Rhea Ripley and, with that, it appears he too has joined The Judgement Day! If nothing else, they're allied now and the Scottish Superstar has officially turned heel. It's a long-overdue character change for him and one which promises to have exciting ramifications moving forward.
Now, it looks like we're getting a 5-v-4 match at Survivor Series when WarGames takes place, leaving the babyface team to find a partner. CM Punk? Randy Orton? Kevin Owens? That remains to be seen.
Check out some highlights from RAW below along with McIntyre's reaction to what happened.