Bam's Unholy Union

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Bam's Unholy Union
Series title card
Created byBam Margera
Terry Hardy
StarringBam Margera
Missy Margera
Brandon Novak
Rake Yohn
Brandon DiCamillo
April Margera
Phil Margera
Opening theme"Don't Give a Damn" by Vains of Jenna
Country of originUnited States
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes9 (list of episodes)
Executive producer(s)Terry Hardy
Michael Bloom
Joe DeVito
Production location(s)Pennsylvania
Running time
  • 20–21 minutes
  • 42 minutes (finale)
Production company(s)Bam Margera Productions
Sonar Entertainment
MTV Series Entertainment
Original networkMTV
Picture format16:9
Original releaseJanuary 30 (2007-01-30) –
April 3, 2007 (2007-04-03)
Preceded byViva la Bam
Followed byBam's World Domination
Related showsJackass
External links

Bam's Unholy Union is an American reality series that aired on MTV and MTV Canada. It follows Bam Margera and his fiancée Missy Rothstein as they plan their wedding (which occurred on February 3, 2007).[1] In addition to Margera and Rothstein, the show features several members of the CKY Crew.


The show was primarily filmed in and around West Chester, Pennsylvania, with visits to Delaware, Detroit, Las Vegas, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, New York City and Palm Springs. Bam's parents, April and Phil Margera, also appear in the show. Margera's uncle Don Vito does not make regular appearances due to MTV's concerns about his legal problems, stemming from sexual assault charges in Colorado in August 2006.[2] Although he did attend Bam's wedding, he is only seen in the background on one shot.

The show ran for 9 episodes.[2] Margera has stated that MTV approached him about a second season[3] and that the network wanted a real pregnancy, with Margera and Rothstein reacting to it actually happening.[4] Bam has also stated that the second season was abandon due to the fact that Pocopson Township passed a bill that prohibited the filming and hosting of events on private property.[citation needed]

The release of the DVD for the show was delayed contrary to the previously planned date of June 12 but was released in Region 2 on October 22, 2007.[5] Margera has also said that it has been released in Australia as well.[6] On September 4, 2009, made the DVD available exclusively through their Amazon Video on Demand service.[7]



No. Title Original air date
1"Welcome to Hell"January 30, 2007 (2007-01-30)
Bam and Missy find a venue for the engagement party, but have trouble finding a place to hold the wedding due to such short notice.
2"Open Season on Brides"February 6, 2007 (2007-02-06)
Bam and Missy meet their wedding planner to help them relieve the stress of planning it themselves. Also, Bam and the crew make a mess out of Missy's wedding dress using paintball guns and Rake Yohn as the shooting dummy, only to find out that it's not Missy's real dress.
3"Detroit Rock City"February 13, 2007 (2007-02-13)
Bam and Missy travel to Detroit to buy their rings (which Bam said cost $50,000.[8]) Also, Bam and Missy find a venue for their wedding in Philadelphia, and Bam gives Missy his purple Lamborghini Gallardo as an early wedding present under the condition that Missy does one skate trick.
4"Off With Her Shirt"February 20, 2007 (2007-02-20)
Bam and Missy continue planning their wedding, Bam hires his uncles to build steps for his hot tub, and the couple gets an offer from Playboy Magazine for Missy to pose nude and Bam to be a guest photographer.
5"Flipping the Christmas Bird"February 27, 2007 (2007-02-27)
Bam and his friends decorate their house for Christmas, Bam cuts down a 50 foot tree from his parents backyard to set up in his house and tows it home with his Hummer, April teaches Missy to cook the Christmas turkey/meal, Bam sets up and participates in the West Chester Christmas parade.
6"The Unicorn Whisperer"March 6, 2007 (2007-03-06)
Brandon Novak wants to become best man, but Bam gives Novak five challenges to become one. Meanwhile, Missy tries to get the invitations ready and has her bridal shower.
7"Bam's Gone Wild"March 13, 2007 (2007-03-13)
Bam and crew go to Las Vegas for his bachelor party while Missy has her bachelorette party in Palm Springs. While in Vegas, Bam is reunited with the Jackass crew and has The Needles from Wilmington, NC and Vains of Jenna perform. The bachelor party continues in his suite ... while he's passed out.
8"I'll Never Be Single Again"March 27, 2007 (2007-03-27)
With only a week until their wedding, Bam and Missy apply for their marriage license and hold their rehearsal dinner. Novak binges on free wine in a winery while Bam removes all the toilets from Phil's house. Also, Bam gets a surprise call to find out that Iggy Pop and the Stooges will be playing at the wedding, the guys and Missy go bowling and Bam dyes his hair purple.
9"The Unholy Union"April 3, 2007 (2007-04-03)
With a day until the wedding, Novak has a skating accident and breaks his left tibia and right foot, requiring Bam to bring him when he and Missy go to the hotel the night before the wedding. The day of the wedding everything goes smoothly and Bam and Missy are married. During the reception Bam meets up with some old friends and enjoys a performance by Iggy Pop and the Stooges and The Sounds.

DVD releases[edit]

The first and only season was released by MTV as a manufacturer on demand title.[7]

Release dates Discs
Region 1 Region 2 Region 4
September 4, 2009[7] October 22, 2007 October 4, 2007 2


  1. ^ February 5, 2007 episode of Radio Bam on Sirius Satellite Radio
  2. ^ a b January 8, 2007 episode of Radio Bam on Sirius 28 Faction
  3. ^ The Howard Stern Show. September 5, 2007. Sirius Satellite Radio. Rundown of show.
  4. ^ Radio Bam episodes from June, and July. Cannot remember dates
  5. ^ Bam's UnHoly Union DVD news: 'Bam's Unholy Union' Season 1 has been moved |
  6. ^ Radio Bam. November 12, 2007
  7. ^ a b c Lambert, David (18 September 2009). "Bam's UnHoly Union - M.O.D. Release of The Complete 1st Season Now Available". Archived from the original on 23 September 2009. Retrieved 27 March 2010.
  8. ^ – Stern Show News – Archive

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