This episode of Cribs visits the homes of actor Rob Schneider, singer Tyrese Gibson and heirs Brody and Brandon Jenner. Kicking off this episode of Cribs is funny actor Rob Schneider sharing what he calls his "love palace." There's a 1890s sofa...... Read Full Episode Summary »
This episode of Cribs visits the homes of actor Rob Schneider, singer Tyrese Gibson and heirs Brody and Brandon Jenner.
Kicking off this episode of Cribs is funny actor Rob Schneider sharing what he calls his "love palace." There's a 1890s sofa that's so old that if you sit on it, it'll crack. "But it looks cool," Rob says. Wearing his dad's Philippino hat, Rob shows his closet full of vintage T-Shirts. There's an engraved ukulele from fellow movie star pal Drew Barrymore, and two TVs so that Rob can see double of himself. Nope. Not conceited, just confident. Outside, we see his tiny "attack terrier." Danger! Erect the 2 foot fence immediately! On a chair in the house that Rob says, "Adam Sandler bought," he invites hot ladies to come by anytime. Why you lil' Deuce Bigalow, you.
Singer Tyrese takes us on an artistic sentimental journey. First we see a painting of the late, great soul singer Marvin Gaye with papers of lyrics spread about. Marvin's wife gave this to Tyrese so he holds it dear. After seeing his piano room, first music award and personal chef, Tyrese shows us his guns. Oh no, not weapons--his huge, muscular triceps as he poses like the atlas man under his personal movie theater screen! Another mural is a re-make of the last supper painting with late musical and pop culture greats. The "What If" painting stands out--Malcolm X baptizing Tupac. Hmm. Okay, let's roll up outta there and onto the whips. Double-tinted windows assure Tyrese's privacy while on the road. His Bently GT Coupe is the only white one in the country. It's probably the only one with Tyrese's name on the 22" rims also. With his precious son by his side, Tyrese sings us out.
The last crib is more like an episode of "Room Raiders" where most of the young adults live at home. But these brothers' stepfather is music mogul David Foster--you can't blame them for staying at his 22-acre Malibu crib! Brody and Brandon Jenner are the slacker stars of the reality show "Princes of Malibu." After an intro with their mother Linda Thomson, Brody gives a hilarious impromptu acceptance speech with one of David's Grammy trophies. Outside after showing their vintage cars, Brody and Brandon take us on a golf car ride to the party spot. Yes, the estate is so large that you have to drive from one part to the other. Their, or should I say Mr. Foster's poolside looks like a luxury hotel resort. Dear Brody and Brandon, do what your step dad says so that you can hold on to this piece of paradise! Like James Dean in a '50s movie, they hop into one of their black vintage rides through the window and roll off.