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Tommy Lee Developing Reality TV Show

Remember when Tommy Lee had that reality TV show a few years ago where he went to college? I sort of liked that show...he played drums in the marching band. Anyway, Tommy is working on a new reality show for the Syfy Network. It will be called Culture Shock with Tommy Lee - and he'll be uncovering various rituals, symbols, and other mysteries of secret societies. It's sort of like a mystical travel show I guess.

Is it wrong that I think this might be fascinating...or at least entertaining?

Apparently Tommy is going to learn about the history of each society and then join in the ceremonies and what not.

No word yet when the show will debut, but now I have to remember to keep an eye on the Syfy Network (and that isn't something I normally do, mind you). What do you think about this? Awesome or not?

Oh and then there's this: I totally forgot about Tommy's pop phase. I went to grab a cool drum solo clip to go along with this post and found the video for "Good Times" (from the album Tommyland: The Ride) and then I remembered how...interesting... Do you remember this video? Oh man, just watch.


Reader Comments (4)

"Good Times" -- yes, remember this very well. I think the music itself is largely the product of the collaborator he had for this song (at least), Butch Walker. It certainly sounds more like Butch Walker than Tommy Lee. Regardless, as a pop number it was a surprising success, and I enjoyed it.
March 22, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterM.
I just try and block out everything Tommy has done post Dr. Feelgood until Carnival of Sins. And then his current DJ stuff. Then I can look at one of my drum idols and smile!
March 22, 2011 | Unregistered Commenterspence
wow..I don't remember that song but its not bad considering all the other crap he wrote..and I see the Butch Walker input though
March 22, 2011 | Unregistered Commenterjimbo
A little gener-icky, song-wise, for my taste...

However, gotta love the trashed 1970 Monte Carlo convertible since Chevy never made a convertible Monte Carlo!

Plus, don't you wish you could live the life in a $20,000,000 Malibu manse where your Maserati was up on racks and encased in glass along with your other cars and you could go swimmin' in your pool in an $8000 Gucci suit and then change into your $10,000 Versace suit and go out your back gate to swim in the Pacific, then dry off with a bonfire on the beach all the while surrounded by L.A.'s finest casting call?
March 22, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterMetalboy!

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