We allow the actor, 47, to sell you on the reality competition he's hosting — Spike TV's ''10 Million Dollar Bigfoot Bounty'' (Fridays, 10 p.m.) — if he apologizes for a previous project

By Dan Snierson
January 17, 2014 at 05:00 AM EST

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10 Million Dollar Bigfoot Bounty
The show will award the cash prize to any contestant who can provide DNA evidence and visual proof of Sasquatch.
“I was always a skeptic, and since we’ve shot the show, I am less of a skeptic — and that’s all I can legally say. We cover four states and thousands of miles of terrain. It’s so remote, you can see how easy it is for species to go undiscovered. We’ve got some doozies for characters…. You will see anger; you will see fear; you will see tears; there’s some laughter; you’ll see betrayal; you’ll see a breakup…. It’s not Duck Dynasty. There is no beard competition, but there are some bearded fellows. Maybe even a bearded girl. I’m not saying she exists, I’m just saying it’s possible.”

Sorry About That
Beverly Hills, 90210
Specifically, the 1992 episode in which his character, Rick — who was dating Brenda (Shannen Doherty) — sang ”Great Balls of Fire” with Brenda’s dad (James Eckhouse).
90210 was the hottest teen show on television, and I was ecstatic. My character was actually pretty cool, and the whole thing was fun. Then, all of a sudden, they turned me into a complete dork. I tried to talk them out of it. I lobbied to maybe have him get hit by a car…. I would’ve gotten gonged on The Gong Show, and at American Idol, they would’ve thought I was doing a comedy routine. I apologize to anybody who has listened to me sing. You have a better chance of seeing Bigfoot than seeing me sing again on national television.”