Tommy Lee goes to Nebraska college for a few weeks. Takes classes and lives in the dorms with a room mate.
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Matt Ellis ...
 Himself - roommate (6 episodes, 2005)
(6 episodes, 2005)
Natalie Riedmann ...
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Tommy Lee goes to Nebraska college for a few weeks. Takes classes and lives in the dorms with a room mate.

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Matt Ellis, Tommy's roommate, was found at a local pub in Lincoln, while he was a bartender there. They asked to him to attend the casting call but did not show up. Apparently he stuck with the producers enough though, that he was still cast. See more »

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Matt Ellis: You can never have enough hose.
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Charming!!!
11 September 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Tommy's ventures make me smile! I look forward to watching it each week. He is so "likeable" sweet actually! Most of us enjoy having something nice to look at! This is a fun, refreshing, feel-good half hour! Tommy is a guy that most people can relate to, down to earth and non-threatening. I find myself cheering him on wanting him to succeed in the challenges he takes on. We know that he is a "great" drummer but fitting into college life is hard enough for normal people; I am sure there was a certain amount of pressure from many directions for him to do well as far a being able to fit in with the "Drum line" which is Totally different than being a drummer in a Rock band. I was "Screaming" with excitement!, when he Nailed his performance at the Football game! I love to watch any show that makes you pull for someone to succeed! We need more of that in our world today!


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