Living with Geddy Lee is a series of videos made by Muesproductions. The series involves the creator sharing his home with Geddy Lee, the lead singer, bassist, and keyboard player for the the Canadian rock group, Rush. Lee himself does not appear or have any connection with the video and is portrayed off-screen with a high pitched voice. The theme song of the videos is "Take Off", a song sung by Lee, which appeared on the 1981 comedy album "Great White North" by Bob and Doug McKenzie.
- Episode 1: Geddy's whining interupts a phone call.
- Episode 2: Geddy has a new hobby.
- Episode 3: Geddy's favorite actor dies.
- Episode 4: Geddy records over a Spanish lesson.
- Episode 5: Geddy operates the camera and edits the script.
- Episode 6: Geddy mourns the loss of an old bandmate and calls another.
- Episode 7: Neil Peart comes over and pulls a few pranks.
- Episode 8: Geddy leaves, but is it for good?*
- Episode 9: Geddy calls from the road.
- Episode 10: An argument over Christmas carol lyrics leads to a Rick Roll, with no effect.