As tasks increase for the spontaneous duo of Rob and Big, Rob decides to hire a personal assistant to help around the house. Rob thinks his cousin Drama is the perfect fit for the job but -- surprise, surprise -- Drama turns out to be a little too...... Read Full Episode Summary »
Rob and Big search for a new assistant and Mini Horse runs wild with fellow ponies.
As tasks increase for the spontaneous duo of Rob and Big, Rob decides to hire a personal assistant to help around the house. Rob thinks his cousin Drama is the perfect fit for the job but -- surprise, surprise -- Drama turns out to be a little too laid back.
Instead of actually assisting Rob and Big, Drama spends his time watching The Hills and making beats -- not quite what Rob had in mind. Drama even hires a topless maid to clean the house while he lounges around the crib. While Rob has obvious objections, Big is more than delighted with Drama's decision. After all, boys will be boys!
Rob begins to question his faith in Drama, realizing that he may not be cut out for the job. Rob threatens to fire Drama if things don't improve, and subsequently fabricates a waiver to show Drama that he's serious. The waiver outlines Drama's responsibilities and serves as a warning to shape up! Unfortunately, things remain stagnant and Rob must give Drama the boot and begin his search for a more professional personal assistant. We all saw that coming!
Before Rob can invest any time into finding a new personal assistant, though, he must first find a trainer for Mini Horse because Mini's obsession with biting has gotten out of control. Rob pays a visit to Flame, a hippie horse trainer who actually gives some valuable advice.
Now that Mini is almost under control, the search is on for a new assistant! And Rob may have found just the guy to help when he receives a DVD in the mail from a professional personal assistant named David Patrick Sammons.
Rob and Big pop the DVD into the computer and are immediately sold. The DVD is full of alluring music, photos, bios and a description of David's work. After viewing the footage, the boys invite David to the house to discuss the details of the job and give him a few errands to do. But a plan that once seemed simple soon turns out to be a disaster. Rob and Big's perception of David shifts when he says he doesn't do the majority of what's written on the task list. Yikes! It's back to square one for the boys.
Rob thinks maybe, just maybe, Drama can handle the responsibilities if he works a bit harder and gets a lesson in tough love. Rob interrupts Drama's beat making session and tricks him into going to Hamburger Central to do some hard labor. This is Drama's first job, so naturally he's a little rough around the edges but he soon gets the hang of things. Welcome to reality! Of course, Rob and Big can't resist stopping by the job to check up on Drama, so they hit the drive-thru and order tons of food. After a few laughs, Drama jumps in their car and they speed off.
But what ever happened to Mini's pent-up aggression? Well, have no fear. Flame, the horse trainer, found exactly what Mini has been missing: Fun! Flame invites Mini over to have a play date with her miniature horses. As Mini frolics and lets loose on Flame's ranch, Rob realizes that Mini just needed to horse around!