Both newly single, Ryan and his Father make a getaway trip to Las Vegas; while Ryan tries to acquire the house of his dreams.
Now that Ryan Sheckler is single, he has time to focus on what's most important to him: family. It's time for Ryan and his father, Randy, to really begin to rebuild their strained relationship.
While out to breakfast, Randy is eager to hear how Ryan's been doing since things ended with Kayla. Ryan admits he feels better now that he and Kayla decided to just be friends. Content with being single again, Ryan is stunned to learn his father has split with his girlfriend, Christi. Randy is visibly upset by the breakup and Ryan hates seeing him so torn up.
To take his mind off things, Ryan goes house hunting. His previous attempt at buying a home of his own was derailed when his mother, Gretchen, asked him to stick around until his parents' divorce was final. Now that his parents have officially wrapped things up, Ryan has a renewed interest in real estate. Plus, a new home could be just the type of neutral territory he and his family needs to move the healing process forward.
When an odd stroke of luck puts Ryan's dream house back on the market, he thinks it's a sign. This time, nothing's going to stop him from making it his new home. Ryan makes an offer on the five-bedroom pad with a panoramic view.
Stoked about his new digs, Ryan hangs out with his friends. But he gets bummed out when he tells them Randy is single yet again. Feeling bad about his lonely dad, Ryan decides something needs to be done.
Evading the paparazzi, Ryan heads over to Randy's house to play some pool. To lift his father's spirits, Ryan suggests an impromptu father-son getaway to Las Vegas. Randy is excited about the idea and Ryan thinks the trip is just the fix they both need to get back on track. Hello, Vegas!
Excited about his upcoming trip and potential new house, Ryan tells his mom that he feels like everything is finally coming together. But Gretchen's got some bad news -- the house has been pulled off the market. Frustrated, Ryan flops down face-first onto his bed. Finding the perfect house is going to be a lot more work than he thought.
Landing in Las Vegas, Ryan realizes it's been three years since he and Randy have taken a trip together, so Ryan wants to pack the weekend getaway with lots of lasting memories. First stop? Indoor skydiving! Donning flight suits, helmets and goggles, the father-son duo jump into a powerful jet stream to do flips, turns and spins in midair.
Next up, Randy wants to add some new ink to his arm, so they head to tattoo parlor. To Ryan's surprise, Randy's new design includes all three of his sons' names. When Ryan jokes that he should get to be hands-on, he finds himself in the hot seat when he's handed the needle and told to trace one of the letters in his name. While inking his dad's arm, Ryan realizes that the only permanent thing in life is family.
The trip takes Ryan's mind off the fact that his dream house fell through once again, and he realizes that all the steps he and his father have been taking toward rebuilding their relationship are paying off.