Rover says it’s surprisingly easy to kick in a front door, but the rest of the show isn’t buying it.
Jeffrey has an ever-changing story as to how his windshield was broken. But a caller may have the truth!
With Nadz out due to injury, old phone screener Dumb makes a surprising appearance to answer phones.
Dumb’s girlfriend made quite the impression on him during their first kiss!
Rover makes a bold prediction about the future of Cleveland sports.
Jeffrey performed a stand-up comedy routine at Rover’s Holiday Hangover in Rochester, NY. Watch out Kevin Hart!
The attorney for the family of 12-year old Tamir Rice, who was gunned down by police while playing with realistic pellet gun, gives Rover the first interview after announcing $6 million settlement with city.
Jeffrey makes a New Year’s resolution to name talk over the other people on the show.
Ice-T explains his feud with Trapt lead singer Chris Taylor Brown and offers up a late-night parking lot meeting!
Comedian and actor Steve Rannazzisi tells Rover why he lied about being in the World Trade Center on 9-11, and the fallout since he was caught by The New York Times.