Hollywood would be proud. MLS has ended up with four compelling storylines this weekend. I'll be doing my best to watch all four games. DC-Metrostars Where have you gone Bob Bradley? Can Bruce Arena's heir apparent win the big game? Can DC make it 3 in a row vs NY/NJ? With the bouncing stands of RFK against them, the MetroStars have a formidable challenge against the hottest team in MLS over the last month. KC-SJ Best chance for a series upset. KC's suffocating, grind 'em down play may not be able to produce a 3 goal victory. But if they do, this may be Donovan's last MLS game for a long time. LA-Col Will the soccer gods punish LA's hubris, firing Sigi with his team at the top, by continuing to push all LA shots into the woodwork? Or will the offensive firepower of LA render Colorado's bunker defense helpless. Colorado can always point to Euro 2004 and claim they are simply mimicing successful European teams. Cbus-NE Despite their record no-loss streak, the Crew rarely looked invincible. Now is the time to prove their critics wrong. On the other hand, a NE victory would cement Steve Nicol's reputation for pulling late season miracles out of a hat.