Rob and Big have been rocking out their house in the Holly wood Hills for over a month, but Big still hasn't unpacked. Rob decides that it's time to spruce up the place, so the two hit the road to go make the house official with a little flair. ...... Read Full Episode Summary »
Rob runs through the Blunt to Fakie, the guys talk about their adventures in decorating and Big gets a 'Massive Man' chair.
Rob and Big go to work on redecorating the house and Meaty lands in the animal hospital.
Rob and Big have been rocking out their house in the Holly wood Hills for over a month, but Big still hasn't unpacked. Rob decides that it's time to spruce up the place, so the two hit the road to go make the house official with a little flair.
First, it's off to the mattress store for a Big-sized bed. Rob jumps from bed to bed (literally) trying to find the perfect match for his buddy. On the way home, the two find a wallpaper store where Big can find a mural backdrop. Although the store can't fulfill Big's desire for a wilderness scene with two bears fighting, he settles for the 'Golden Dawn' forest. At home, the two opt to stick it up themselves, which leads to a wrinkled wall and Meaty downing a mouthful of paste.
The next day, Rob wants to make their family portrait vision a reality. With Meaty and Big in tow, the trio recreates the famous Death Row poster shot. Riding back in their black and gold-chain outfits, Rob finds just the flair Big's room has needed. Pulling over at a local antique store, he bargains for a wooden tiger sculpture to complete the wilderness look.
To complete the house, Rob recruits his buddy Brent to build a skate park in his backyard. When he goes to check out the craftsmanship, he finds a sticky situation -- Meaty has ransacked the garbage and downed the leftover wings. When he finds the puppy, Meaty isn't moving around with his usual spunk, and Rob finds a bulge in his side that could only be one thing -- a chicken wing.
The boys immediately bring him to the animal hospital, where the doctors inform the guys that Meaty has had a seizure. He has ingested a few bones, and while they can be broken down without surgery, they want to keep the dog overnight so he can pass the bones under surveillance. Twenty-four hours later, Meaty is ready to roll home, and to Rob's surprise, he's ready to ride on the skateboard. As they look at the family portraits on the wall, it's clear this house has finally turned into the home.