In the music video for the song, the bandmembers are in an airship. The airship is apparently being attacked by another airship piloted and manned by a crew of strippers. The band retaliates and is successfully defeating the other airship until one of the women activates a switch called "Detonator" (also the title of the album). After doing so the band's airship blows up and the bandmembers and strippers fall safely from the sky unharmed. The cliffhanger ending is not resolved until the video for their next single, "Lovin' You's A Dirty Job".
In the music video for the song, the cliffhanger ending from "Shame Shame Shame" is resolved. The band performs on what appears to be another planet where the dueling airships from the previous video crashed and landed. They seduce the rival stripper-manned airship with their hot looks, musical abilities, and slick moves. It is implied that they all receive sexual favors from the strippers afterwards as a reward.
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