From there, the story branches out into a mix between present day, where Peter and Mary Jane are having a chat and going over how they broke up, and the past, showing exactly what happened on their wedding day. You'd think this would be pretty straight forward and just get down to the nitty gritty of the reasons they broke up, but no, Joe Quesada isn't happy just destroying Spider-Man's marriage. He also has to crap all over previous creators' work by mixing in pages from Amazing Spider-Man Annual #21 (that's the marriage issue if you're drawing a blank on why it's significant) and then altering them to fit his needs.
It also leads to the reader wondering what just happened as the same scene can result in someone looking completely different, such as one of Electro's henchmen, who is the focus of this tale. This henchmen is huge and muscle bound with an uzi in a distinct military fatigue coloured vest and pants. One page he's a blonde, clean shaven and with a crewcut, the next he's overweight and with balding dark hair and stubble.
The last thing I want to discuss is Joe Quesada's art. He handled the present day art for this story and it was definitely not his best work. It is a talking heads sequence between Peter and Mary Jane that had me wondering if the Chameleon had taken Peter's place again based on how many times his face changed shape. It was baffling to see how different someone could look in so few panels. One even looked like Joe Quesada, possibly based on a self reference photo.