The cast heads into the wilderness, where they learn about horses, branding calves, and pooping in the woods.
The cast do battle with a pack of hyped-up kids
A checker cab driven by reality TV über-fan Kathy Griffin picks up each of the housemates and drops them off at the house. Chyna Doll runs amok, stealing, moving things, thigh-mastering and generally causing chaos. Da Brat's afraid of being in the house with has-beens. Chris tries to maintain the peace when Verne tells Chyna Doll that her private room is his ("It's in my contract"), and the others wonder what it is they've gotten themselves into. Once the room conflict's resolved, the cast gathers for "Dinner on Adrianne," which will forever change the way the cast feels about sushi, particularly Verne, who shows a big "perve" can be in a small package. Later, Jane and Adrianne go skinny dipping, while Verne drinks too much and passes out. Chris, the new father to this wacky quasi-family, carries Verne to bed, only to get a bizarre "nose-job" from the soused dwarf.
Scenes that weren't aired during the regular season.
The best and worst moments from Season 3
It's so hard to say goodbye. Or is it?
Surprise! It's time for the cast to air out their "Dirty Laundry."
It's a Surreal Life ghost hunt!
The cast has only four hours left to complete their single.
The housemates learn that they will be recording the first ever Surreal Life Single!
Surf's up! The Lifers are going to surf school.
Get your motor running. The Surreal Lifers are going on a road trip to San Diego for Charo's concert at Harrah's casino.
Love, or at the very least lust, is in the air at the Surreal Life house
The series reaches its raucous finale with a visit from talk show host Sally Jesse Raphaël, who leads a panel discussion.
Erik, Rob, Trishelle and Traci see another side of Tammy when her gay following shows up for a book-signing for her autobiography.
A psychic arrives at the house and evokes a wave of emotions among the housemates.