With many of the major players on WWE television currently working part-time schedules, it's easy to get mixed up on when exactly you should expect to see the likes of The Rock, Brock Lesnar, Triple H, and Chris Jericho. It should be noted that outside of the WrestleMania 29 go home episode of Monday Night Raw on April 1, none of the four are scheduled to work the same show at the same time.
Instead of feebly attempting to keep track of everything on a week-to-week basis, here's a handy-dandy guide to who will be on Monday Night Raw and Friday Night SmackDown in the weeks leading up to WrestleMania 29 on April 7 in East Rutherford, New Jersey (via PWTorch.com):
-- Mar. 4 Raw (Buffalo, N.Y.): Rock, Hunter, no Brock, no Chris Jericho. (Old-School theme.)
-- Mar. 5 SD (Albany, N.Y.): No part-timers.
Jericho back on the road for Mar. 9 & 10 house shows.
-- Mar. 11 Raw (Indianapolis, Ind.): Lesnar, Hunter, Jericho, no Rock.
-- Mar. 12 SD (Ft. Wayne, Ind.): Jericho only.
-- Mar. 18 Raw (Pittsburgh, Pa.): Lesnar, Hunter, Jericho, no Rock.
-- Mar. 19 SD (Cincinnati, Ohio): Jericho only.
-- Mar. 25 Raw (Philadelphia, Pa.): Rock, Jericho, no Brock.
-- Mar. 26 SD (Hershey, Pa.): Rock and Jericho.
-- Apr. 1 Raw (Washington, D.C.): Pre-WM29 with Rock, Hunter, Lesnar, Jericho. The TV taping time has been bumped up to 6:30 p.m. EST, suggesting a dual Smackdown taping.
-- Apr. 8 Raw (E. Rutherford, N.J.): Day-after Mania with Rock, Jericho, no Brock.
-- Apr. 9 SD (Boston, Mass): Triple H, Jericho, John Cena in his hometown.
It would be nice if they could all work all the shows and we wouldn't have to deal with the mix and match stuff but this is also actually a fairly good system for maintaining major star power and every episode of Raw and the occasion episode of SmackDown.
It should be noted, of course, that this schedule is based on advertising and that's always subject to change.