MTV's "Rob and Big"
Rob and Big Seasons 1&2 DVD
MTV's "Rob and Big"
Rob & Big has been one of the top rated tv shows in MTV history. One television review stated that MTV was at its best and that this show was on the top three list of best shows in the television channel. They, also, said that it was as fun as "The Real World: Sydney," giving it 3 out of 5 stars, which is a high score for a reality television.
- Moving In: Rob and Big bring home Meaty, and use him to get girls
- Go Skate Day: Rob tries to get Big on a skateboard; they go to a skateboarding fair
- Travel: Rob and Big go to Vancouver to be motion captured for an EA Sports skating game
- Let's Get Physical: Rob sets out to help Big lose weight
- Happy Birthday: Rob's Birthday
- Making a House a Home: Rob decides to redecorate Big's bedroom
- Security: Rob and Big bring in an animal psychic for Meaty; Rob and Big go to a matchmaker
- (Finale) Do Work: Rob has a nightmare in which Big Black fails to protect him; Rob goes to a lawyer to write his will
- Meaty and Mini: Rob and Big decide that Meaty needs a companion, and bring hom a miniature horse, Mini
- Time Travel: Rob takes out a time machine that he had bought before Big had moved in
- Mississippi: Big wants to take Rob to his family reunion in Wiggins, Mississippi.
- New Assistant: Drama, Rob's cousin and assistant, starts slacking on his job, so Rob threatens to fire him; Rob takes Mini to a miniature horse trainer
- Black Lavender: Big Black comes out of retirement after 15 years to perform on the Male Review stage as Black Lavender
- Tampe : Rob competes in the Tampa Pro competition for the first time after five years
- Bobby Light: Rob decides he wants to make an R&B song called "Dirty Girl" and make a low budget music video using the pseudonym "Bobby Light.
- (Finale) New Cars: After Rob gets a new SUV, he tries to figure out what he should do with the old one
- Poop in the Pool: Rob finds human poop in the pool and blames Drama, but Drama passes the polygraph.
- Racing Turtles: Rob decides to participate in a beach bar turtle race.
- Mini Horse Road Trip: Rob and Big decide to compete Mini in the Santa Rosa Mini Horse Competition.
- Meaty Goes to Hollywood: Rob gets Meaty an agent for dogs, but he refuses to do anything in the audition, but Meaty still gets a deal to be on the cover of Dick Van Patten dog food.
- Guinness World Records: Rob decides to break all the skateboarding records and Big breaks a few eating records.
- Big Bob: Rob gets made into a large man to see what life is like as a big man.
- Charity: Rob and Big decide to do a little giving of their own after seeing an ice cream tuck give away free icecream.
- Harry the Healer: After a bad skate session Rob and Big go to a street shaman named Harry the Healer and have sacred geometry, or Sacred G, introduced to their lives.
- Dating Game: Big posts a Bulleton on MySpace to help Rob find a "good girl" to replace the "dirty girl."
- Vegas: Rob takes Drama to Vegas for his 21st birthday. Rob and Big have many surprises in store for Drama.
- Meaty's Birthday: Rob decides to throw a party for Meaty's second birthday. After consulting with a dog party planner, he decides to go his own route with Meaty's Sweet 16. Big, also, goes green with his Pinto.
- Parents: Ro's parents and sister come to town, and Rob must rewrite the poem his mother sent him. Rob hires an actor to pretend to be a cop to arrest him for street advertising, as an April Fool's joke on his mom.
- Cancun: Rob and Big ta Drama to Cancun after realizing he's never really been out of the country. Big and Bam Bam wore lucha libre outfits and wrestle. And then they perform "Dirty Girl" with a mariachi band.
- Haunted House: Determined to find the cause of the dead rats in his house, Rob hires a spiritual consultant trid the house of evil spirits. Then he takes Big's wooden cat to a demonologist, who suggests to destroy it. An exterminator ends up at the house to rid it of the rats.
- Baby: Big inform Rob that he has a baby on the way. The show skips to three months later, when Big's baby girl is born. Big moves out of Rob's house and down the street.
There are only rumors for season 4, but currently no one knows for sure.
Rob was born on June 28, 1974, in Kettering, Ohio. He currently lives in Hollywood, California, with his personal bodyguard Chris "Big Black" Boykin and their dog, Meaty, and English Bulldog.
Rob is a professional skateboarder.
He is involved with the following endorsements:
- Spy Optics
- Aliean Workshop
- Red Bull energy drinks
- Co-owner of Rogue Statue (clothing company, partnered with Travis Barker of Blink 182)
- Relfes Bearings
- Silver Trucks
Rob, also, promotes:
- SafeSpot- urban renewal program that seeks to take unused donated land in order to buil safe skating grounds for street stakeboarders
- Groundbreaking- serves as a references to young people to lobby for skate plazas in their community.
Rob appears as a character in:
- "Skate" a revolutionary video game produced by EA Sports
- "Smackdown vs. Raw 2007" (create-a-character
Christopher "Big Black" Boykin was born on January 26, 1972. He is known for his appearance with Rob Dyrdek on MTV's "Rob and Big."
He gets his nickname, "Big Black" from his above average height and weight.
Once a member of the U.S. Navy and a comedic rap group, "Chunky Boyz," Big Black received his claim to fame from the 2003 skateboarding film, "The DC" video, where Rob hires him to fend off other security guards.
"Big Black" currently has his own clothing company and signature hat collection. He sales his Big Black apparel online, at select stores.
Along with Rob Dyrdek, Big Black appears as a character in the EA Sports game "skate."
In the first episode of season one, Rob and Big decide to get an English bulldog puppy. Rob thought that since he was basically made up of meat, they should call him Meat Bag, AKA Meaty.
Mini, the miniature horse, was brought into the clan to be Meaty's companion. Mini rides in the back of the SUV whenever he goes along for a trip.
Rob and Big- Net Gun
Big Black Apparel
- Big Black Security
Clothing designed by Big Black, himself. Men's hats, T-shirts, accessories. Women's T-shirts. Children's T-shirts.