A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
The self-promotional series attempts to showcase Michaels as someone who is prioritizing his family over his career.
Positive Role Models
Bret Michaels' reputation as a womanizer and hard partier makes him a poor role model even though this show attempts to cast him in a more positive, wholesome light.
Sex, Romance & Nudity
Nudity (mainly bare breasts), which appears in photographs and clips from Michaels' Rock of Love series, is blurred. Contains mild references to masturbation and other sexual acts.
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Words like "hell" are audible, though stronger words (sometimes uttered by Michaels' daughter) is bleeped.
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Products & Purchases
Product logos are blurred. The series features music from Bret Michaels' albums and serves as a promotional vehicle for the musican's brand.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
There are conversations about medications (mainly insulin) as part of the treatment for diabetes. Watch for alcohol consumption in future episodes.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this reality show -- which follows singer and reality star Bret Michaels as he attempts to balance his career with his family life -- is much milder than his popular Rock of Love series. In this family-centered show, much of the focus is on his rocky relationship with girlfriend Kristi Gibson, and his goal to spend more time with his young daughters. The show contains some subtle references to sexual acts, and occasional nudity (bare breasts) is blurred. Words like "hell" are audible, while stronger language (sometimes uttered by Michaels' young daughter) is bleeped. Some episodes contain some silly bathroom humor. The show also features lots of Bret Michaels' music, and includes scenes from his live appearances.
Is It Any Good?
The series, which began production before his well-publicized medical problems, is intended to demonstrate how Michaels is attempting to turn a new leaf after watching his personal life spin out of control thanks to the success of his Rock of Love reality dating franchise. To this end, much of the focus is on the singer's attempt to negotiate the time he spends between his demanding career and his family.
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