Viva la Bam

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  • Episode Guide
  • S 5 : Ep 12

    Lost episode: Iceland

    Aired

  • S 5 : Ep 11

    Viva La Spring Break (2)

    Aired 3/22/06

  • S 5 : Ep 10

    Viva La Spring Break (1)

    Aired 3/22/06

  • S 5 : Ep 9

    Finlandia

    Aired 8/14/05

  • S 5 : Ep 8

    Bam on the River

    Aired 8/7/05

  • Cast & Crew
  • Bam Margera

    Himself

  • Ryan Dunn

    Himself

  • Brandon DiCamillo

    Himself

  • April Margera

    Herself

  • Phil Margera

    Himself

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  • show Description
  • Viva La Bam is MTV's hit "prank" show all about the life & antics of pro-skater and pro-jackass Bam Margera. From hilarious scavenger hunts to changing the house into a giant skatepark or hockey rink, he always keeps the show a family affair. Theme Song: "The King of Rock and Roll" by Daniel Lioneye. WARNING: Viva La Bam features stunts performed either by professionals or under the supervision of professionals to ensure the safety of performers and animals alike. Accordingly, MTV and the producers must insist that no one attempt to recreate or re-enact any of these stunts or activities.moreless

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  • Quotes (174)

    • Dunn: (talking about April) It's bad enough that she's got to go into her house and see it destroyed but she's got Birdman (Tony Hawk) sittin' there taking pictures of her. (Tony holds up camera with pictures on it)

    • (Phil is about to slide down the fire pole) Glomb: It has a weight restriction Phil. Phil: It does? Glomb: Yeah..... Phil: Alright. I'm clear and free right? (Phil sits down) Glomb: Of about a thousand pounds. Phil: Ahhhhh! I gotta gain some weight. (Bam comes up and punches Phil until he slides down the pole)

    • Bam: There's a pole in my room! How many kids would like to have a firepole in their room? Well, I beat you to the punch, ya little jerks!

    • Dunn: Did you just fart on my peach? Bam: It wasn't a proper one. Dunn: What did you want to happen? Bam: I wanted it to sound more like this. (farts loudly on the peach)

    • Phil: (laughing as his van is hopping) I just jammed my gut into the steering wheel.

    • Bam: We need a firepole, mom. April: I don't believe it. Are you insane?

    • Ryan: You put ground beef in his toothpaste...he didn't complain once. Bam: He didn't even notice. Ryan: He just said 'It tastes like beef jerky'-- Not mad at all. Bam: You got the toothpaste, loved it. You got the firepole, loved it. The hydraulics, him and Don Vito had a fuckin' blast. There's hamburgers on his ass of his jeans and he has hamburgers on his T-shirt. Phil's Hell Day is gonna be forever.

    • April: (to Phil) I hope you're having fun 'cause we could be walking into hell - the gates of hell.

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    Notes (33)

    • Music From This Episode: 400 Blows "The Kids Are Not At Home" Modey Lemon "Thunder and Lightning" Desert Sessions "A number 1" Modey Lemon "Predator" Phonosapiens "Running Amuck" Phonosapiens "Terraforming" Singapore Sling "Overdriver" Primal Scream "Kill All Hippies" Ludacris "Roll Out" Electric Frankenstein "Neurotic Pleasures" Quorum "Renagades Theme" CKY "Inhuman Creation Station" 400 Blows "The Shipwrecked Sailor Killswitch Engage "Last Serenade" Cub Country "Your Old Street" Perfect Circle "Judith" Velvet Teen "Into The Open" Cub Country "O Great Telephone"

    • According to the DVD commentary at the end even though a short scene with Don Vito and a toenail had nothing to do with the entire show the scene got the most ratings ever on the show.

    • MTV accidentally did not bleep out "s***" during one airing of the episode. In the scene after Bam wakes up and he's sick, he says, "I feel like a pile of s***," but on a repeat, it was censored.

    • This episode was aired on MTV 2.

    • This was filmed at MTV studios in NYC. Bam and Dunn also appeared on TRL later in the day.

    • This episode has a new title sequence that is used for the rest of the series.

    • Warning Intro: Seth Meisterman (show's art director). This is the first episode to have someone read the warning on camera.

    • In the repeat of this episode, the part where Dunn's bed was flipped, was replaced my a montage of upcoming Viva La Bam episodes.

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    Trivia (38)

    • Phil and Don Vito's breakfast: 2 Griddles, 2 Orange Juice, 2 Sausages, 1 Egg Muffin, 1 Bacon, 1 #1 with Coffee, and 2 Extra Hash Browns.

    • If April was so concerned about her house, why did she trust Jenn to take care of Bam and the house? Don Vito didn't go with April and Phil, maybe he would have been a better choice.

    • At the restaurant festival Phil eats: Shrimp Banana Foster Pepperoni Pizza A Cow Zone Funnel Cake Smoked Pig Beef A Burrito A Hamburger and a F@#!#n Kabob

    • Raab and Bam found the following in Phil's study: Candy Bars Nachos Pop Tarts Ghetto Candies Mustard and Milk Chocolate CDs

    • During the scene where Bam Margera and Compton Ass Terry are dancing to rap music, a rap song is playing. On the TV version, 'Got Some Teeth' by Obie Trice is playing, but on the DVD and UMD version of the episode 'Junkman' by Aceyalone is playing.

    • Raab's marrige to "Debo" was fake. Also, Phil and April didn't remarry. Debo is Russian, but is actually a short-haired brunette who was in on it the whole time. Bam set it up. The "russianhuskies" site is real, but you can't actually order a bride. The minister was fake, so obviously, Raab & "Debo" aren't (still) together.

    • According to the DVD commentary, the hotel bill was $40,000.

    • When they are at the tuxedo shop, the screen comes up and says Raab gets fancy, and then after it when Bam is talking about the tux being white he says Raab is gonna be dirt bag filthy. when they have that typed at the bottom of the screen, it says "Rabb" instead of "Raab".

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    Allusions (5)

    • Transition Screen: The Knights Of CKY A.k.a. Camp Kill Yourself. A band, stunt/prank videos and more featured in most of Bam Margera's on-screen ventures.

    • Don Vito: I'm going to get Ashton Koosher to come get you guys. Don Vito is threatening Bam and his friends with getting Ashton Kutcher to prank them on his show Punk'd, which was also on MTV's Sunday Stew.

    • Don Vito: Spicoli, he can handle it. Sean Penn plays Spicoli - one of the main characters in the popular '80s film Fast Times at Ridgemont High.

    • Vito: Hi, I'm Johnny Knoxville. Don Vito quotes what many people said, including Johnny, at the beginning of each episode of the MTV television series, Jackass. Aired from 1999-2002, Johnny, Preston Lacey, Ryan Dunn, Weeman, The Margeras and other skaters/BMX'ers (including Tony Hawk and Matt Hoffman) performed crude and dangerous stunts.

    • Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band were formed in 1973-- named after a street in NJ. In 1975, musician Bruce Springsteen was finally noticed by most after nearly a decade of reaching for fame. His music is a mix of Rock 'n' Roll and Pop-Rock. He's currently signed with Columbia Records. Late Night with Conan O'Brien's Max Weinberg (of the Max Weinberg Seven) often tours with them as drummer.

  • Fan Reviews (149)
  • Bam <3

    By emilyjwilson1, May 06, 2013

  • Bam and the Crew.

    By britDyrdek, Mar 19, 2012

  • Bam Margera and his idiotic crew

    By tjtalman, Aug 02, 2010

  • The best show on MTV!

    By Garfness, Apr 16, 2009

  • I really like this show.

    By woahwoah678, Apr 13, 2009

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