Shatner travels to Tokyo with Henry Winkler, George Foreman and Terry Bradshaw for the new reality series

By Lindsay Kimble
Updated August 15, 2016 11:00 AM
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Maybe things just got a little lost in translation?

In an exclusive sneak peek at NBC’s upcoming reality travel series Better Late Than Never, the show’s stars – William Shatner, Henry Winkler, George Foreman, Terry Bradshaw and comedian Jeff Dye – arrive at a … well … unique hotel in Tokyo.

The Capsule Hotel features somewhat morgue-like drawers intended to for sleep – but it’s tough for most of the men to do so behind a see-through door.

“It looks like a kennel,” groans Shatner, 85, before Foreman, 67, falls while climbing the ladder to his room.

Dye, however, is feeling the space: “It’s Tokyo, it’s different here,” he says. “It’s not like at home in your mansion.”

Just as the stars are settling in, things get even weirder when a naked man marches down the hallway, before mounting a ladder with his bare bum in Shatner’s face.

Quips Shatner: “There’s a sight.”

Premiering Aug. 23 on NBC, Better Late Than Never follows Shatner, Foreman, 70-year-old Winkler and 67-year-old Bradshaw as Dye leads them around Asia for a month with no set schedule or plans.