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Rob Lowe Admits He Might Be Hanging Around His Son's Frat House A Bit Too Much (VIDEO)

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Rob Lowe dropped by "Jimmy Kimmel Live," though maybe he'd have rather been partying with his son's frat brothers. Kimmel brought up several of Lowe's recent Tweets which kind of make it look like he's a college student. According to Lowe, e's having a lot of fun hanging out with the guys. After all, he was kind of distracted with acting and bad boy behavior when he was that age.

When asked if he was hanging around the frat house, Lowe admitted, "Maybe a little too much ... It’s the only place that I can play XBox today and not get yelled at.” At least he draws the line at sleeping over with the guys.

Kimmel suggested that Lowe should turn his experiences into a movie called "Frat Dad: He Can't Let Go." He'll have to wait for his schedule to free up, though. How he finds time for all of his frat antics alone is astonishing. Lowe is currently filming his final season of "Parks & Recreation," has a new sitcom in development at NBC for next season, and plays JFK in "Killing Kennedy," premiering this Sunday on National Geographic at 8 p.m. EST.

"Parks & Recreation" returns to the NBC lineup on Thursday at 8 p.m. ET with back-to-back episodes. "Jimmy Kimmel Live" airs weeknights at 11:35 p.m. ET on ABC.

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