Legendary rocker Ted Nugent will appear on a new episode of "Criss Angel: Mindfreak" entitled "Impenetrable".
"Impenetrable" will air at 10:30 p.m. on August 25 (subject to change) on A&E.
A description of the program from Nugent's web site: "Mistakes could often lead to death. Criss attempts to catch an arrow again, only this time it's being shot from a crossbow at a much faster speed. The archer is special guest Ted Nugent."
Next month, look for Nugent to make his feature film debut in "Beer For My Horses", which stars Toby Keith and also features Rodney Carrington, Claire Forlani, Tom Skerritt and Willie Nelson. In addition, this fall Nugent will release his new book ("Ted, White & Blue: The Nugent Manifesto"), comprising 10 chapters on how to fix America. What is Ted's manifesto? "That logic, honesty, goodwill and decency will guide a person to a quality of life — and that if a wild guitar player like me can be an asset to self, family, community, country, mankind and the good earth, nobody has an excuse to be a liability," says Ted. "Doing the right thing is ridiculously easy and always much more satisfying."
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