Story goes that Tad Low, creator of the insanely addictive Pop-Up Video, cranked up the music in his production office one day for his staff’s daily dance break, and was hit with the idea that it would be hilarious if everyone was nude. Well, duh. And that led to the Fuse network’s most popular series, Pants-Off Dance-Off, a competition in which people take their clothes off while dancing in front of a screen showing music videos. “Why hasn’t anybody put naked people and rock music together on television before?” Low said. They have. The Robin Byrd Show in New York, for one, and a show WOW had in development with HBO about 10 years ago, called Reality Strips. Watch a sample of that show here.