1. While Rob and Big are eating at El Coyote restaurant, Drama drops the bomb that he's never been to Mexico. Rob decides he must immediately take this "delicate little flower" south of the border. Big says he hears that Cancun is hot and Rob thinks......  Read Full Episode Summary »


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  1. The entire gang heads to Cancun for some Mexican wrestling and a mariachi-inspired performance of "Dirty Girl."

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  1. While Rob and Big are eating at El Coyote restaurant, Drama drops the bomb that he's never been to Mexico. Rob decides he must immediately take this "delicate little flower" south of the border. Big says he hears that Cancun is hot and Rob thinks it would be the perfect place to put on an impromptu concert by his alter ego Bobby Light. Off to Mexico!

    In Cancun, Drama observes that Mexico kind of looks like California. That is until he and the rest of the gang discover "disco bingo" by the pool. Big wastes no time taking over the mic and serenading the crowd. Afterwards, Big decides to relax by the cabana but when he sits down, the beach chair breaks. Man down!

    The next morning, Rob voices his concerns about performing Bobby Light's "Dirty Girl" in Cancun. He hasn't practiced and he doesn't know Spanish. Big thinks if they get a mariachi band to play with them, it won't matter that they're singing in English. Rob is doubtful that Big can find a mariachi band that can play the song, but he agrees to perform if Big succeeds.

    Before undertaking this task, the boys drive to an outlet store where Big and Bam Bam discover some colorful Mexican wrestling masks. They head to the public restroom to squeeze themselves into some tight wrestling pants. When a man comes out laughing and shaking his head, Rob knows this is going to be good. Sure enough, Big comes out sporting some lime green spandex leggings that leave little to the imagination. He's trailed by Bam Bam, suited up in some purple leggings. Is it any surprise that these two cause a scene as they walk through the store?

    Determined not to waste the outfits, Rob and the gang search for a wrestling match. Several conversations in broken English and a trip to the "Mexican hood" later, they find a wrestling ring. The local wrestlers give everybody an alter ego -- Big is Big Water, Bam Bam is Big Baby, Drama is Flashito and Rob is Sexy Boy.

    Big and Bam Bam immediately climb into the ring and show off their moves. Then the real Mexican wrestlers enter and start pounding on each other. These guys are serious! They lay into each other with headlocks and body slams as Big and Bam Bam step aside.

    Although he has no costume, Rob can't resist getting in the ring. He climbs up on the ropes and jumps on Drama, who hits the floor. In the end, though, the big boys have the last laugh, when Big, Bam Bam and a third wrestler pile on top of Rob. He's down for the count!

    Back in the safety of the hotel, Big invites a mariachi band over. And, believe it or not, he actually found a band that can do "Dirty Girl" justice. Rob gets so into the new sound that he busts some sweet moves while Big freestyles. And with that, "Dirty Senorita" becomes a reality.

    But before they hit the stage, Rob decides he needs to fit in a quality skate session. After aimlessly driving around, he comes across a young skater who's willing to show him some of the best spots in Cancun. First up is a place right on the beach with some "sketchy" makeshift ramps. Then the skater boy takes Rob to another spot -- a parking lot that features a long ledge to scale. When the kid breaks his board trying to do a trick, Rob hands the kid his skateboard -- to keep!

    Later, Rob prepares for his first concert by busting out his Bobby Light wig and having a beer. Rob's a little nervous about Bobby Light's first performance, but his fears subside when the crowd goes nuts when they see Bobby Light and the Bears in Heat decked out in ponchos and sombreros. After a successful rendition of "Dirty Girl," Rob and Big both agree that Bobby Light could probably go platinum in Mexico.

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