The crew devises a way to quarantine themselves from Jeffrey.
You’ve probably seen this story on Facebook, but Rover talks to Pete Byers, the man whose two dogs were purposely shot by a hunter.
Jeffrey goes to the grocery every day. Rover hasn’t been in years. Who knows the prices of everyday items better?
A writer at a newspaper sent a note and gift to the show. And a surprising postscript!
Ice-T explains his feud with Trapt lead singer Chris Taylor Brown and offers up a late-night parking lot meeting!
Jeffrey is cagey when it comes to answering questions about driving his kids around without a car seat.
Jeffrey busts Charlie for an expired license tag, but Charlie claims he has an excuse.
Snitzer apparently got dizzy while in New York City, but he is downplaying the event. Should the show be worried?