Usually, in Hawai'i, we get the censored versions of everything (along with the West Coast), but my wife and I thought we heard Vince Neil say, "Happy F---ing New Year, Tommy!" during a Motley Crue song on The Tonight Show's New Year's Eve show. According to the Associated Press, we weren't wrong. East Coast viewers heard it, it was censored for the West Coast, but somehow got through to us in Hawai'i. Surpringly, there were no complaints to the FCC. But according to Variety.com, NBC might still get fined. Also, I know Mick Mars had hip replacement surgery a few months ago, but he isn't looking so good. I even saw Motley Crue on VH-1's Metal Mania yesterday and he hardly said anything (unlike his overly-animated bandmates) and when he was asked a question, his answers were almost unintelligble. He was never outspoken or was the focus of all the problems in the band (but his guitar work "makes" Motley Crue, IMO), so that was the first time I've ever heard him talk. Anyway, here's hoping him and everyone else in the band renewed success without notoriety (oops, already happened!).