The Dingo admits that he used to dabble in grand theft auto as a teenager.
Rob talks about his offer to be in "Jackass 3D," and finds out from Jeff why his painful scene got cut.
Rob learns the origin story of the infamous "Schlager" move, and watches a little kid land face first, hands second.
Rob plays music producer, Steelo beat-boxes, Drama does percussion, and Chanel raps live in the studio.
Rob talks to guest Ryan Dunn about "Jackass 3.5," and describes his own nut-busting cameo in the movie.
Dingo re-enacts what it's like to get the wind knocked out of himself, and Rob gets caught up in a tongue twister.