If you pay close attention you really can learn a lot. The only thing harder than the crew's partying is convincing Raab's Russian mail-order bride to take him back.
The poster boy for how not to treat your parents is back with another season of pranks, stunts and ridiculous displays of family love. In other words, we're not sure how they can still love him.
As any new homeowner knows, renovations can really up the resale value of a house. But that doesn?t usually mean turning the driveway into a skate park, unless your name is Bam Margera.
A show that follows Bam Margera (of Jackass and CKY fame) in his attempts to anger his parents. Unlike CKY or Jackass, Viva La Bam focuses mainly on the torture of Bam's parents and less on harmful stunts.
After "blowing" up April's house and loading elephants to the Margera front lawn, Bam has managed to up the ante and push it way over the bounds of sanity and gravity for this season of Viva La Bam.
When Bam learns that the legendary metal band Slayer are coming for a visit, the boys feel the need to do some redecorating and modifications to the new house.
Don Vito goes on a test date so he can learn how to treat a lady.
Slayer performs a concert in Bam's backyard.
Bam wants to do something special for the family reunion…something medieval. Bam & his crew build a drawbridge and a moat to replace the front door and erect a walled area in the form of a castle in the front yard. Dressed in medieval armor, Bam & Co., including Compton Ass Terry riding atop an elephant, host this merry feast. Soon after, Bam’s Grandmother, Mum Mum, leave the party claiming “this whole family is crazy!”
With twenty bucks and some duct tape, Bam brings the Christmas spirit to West Chester, Pennsylvania. Bam adorns the Margera house with ultra-bright festive lights, man-made snow, giant-sized Christmas ornaments, and an indoor ice-skating rink.