New Mr. T Show, I Pity the Tool, Coming to DIY Network

And the world rejoices!

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Even when Mr. T is screaming in your face or smashing stuff, he’s really just a big ol’ softy. In a return to television, Mr. T will be hosting a new show on DIY Network called I Pity the Tool, where he will be going back to his hometown of Chicago to help families there rebuild and renovate their homes.

There is nothing I can say that is better than this video, so just watch the video via the DIY Network’s Twitter:

Awww. First, he taught us how to appreciate our mothers. Now, he’s helping families improve where they live. Who are you kidding Mr. T? Your gruff delivery and mohawk ain’t foolin’ anyone, you big softy, you.

I Pity the Tool doesn’t have a premiere date announced yet, so stay tuned…

(via Laughing Squid)

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