Rover was shocked to hear Nadz is living with his girlfriend’s parents. What parent wouldn’t want their daughter dating him?!
Rover is apparently considering hiring old phone-screener Dumb to drive Rolling Glory One, but there are a few catches.
Machine Gun Kelly comes on board Rolling Glory One to talk about his music, his acting, and playing RoverFest X.
Rover’s mom talks about him being a challenging child, having him at such a young age, her financial situation and much more.
Attorney Kenneth Phillips is in the crosshairs of pit bull advocates who say he spreads lies and disinformation about the breed.
Ballrag is having a midlife crisis. He’s ditched his Boston accent to sound like a rapper and flaunt his pad.
Rover says it’s surprisingly easy to kick in a front door, but the rest of the show isn’t buying it.
Duji and Kaitlin answer the age-old question: What’s more important, length or girth?
Jeffrey keeps knocking out the studio equipment with his static electric shocks. But JLR refuses to wear Charlie’s solution.