Bret Michaels, Kristi Lynn Gibson

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In a world of cable television shows that rotate around foul language, obnoxious behavior and less-than-savory individuals, it's good to see that there's finally a show promoting strong family values (sure, there's Sister Wives, but that's a bit too strong).

Of course we're talking about Bret Michaels: Life As I Know It, which features the rocking role model spending quality time with his adorable kids.

"In Bret's world," says Soupmeister Joel McHale, "it's OK to leave your daughter with a babysitter named Tattoo Tony, while you go to dinner with Donald Trump Jr." You can imagine what happens...

Tony introduces the kids to an arsenal of tatts, every little girl's first step toward becoming the kind of teen rock skank daddy's so fond of.

"Don't worry," says Joel of little Jorja's tramp stamp. "It's not permanent. You can still add the word Daddy."

Hey, some kids get training wheels, some get training tatts.

And Joel has many more lessons for your personal growth tonight at 10 p.m. ET/PT on a fresh new Soup.

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