Haggard is a 2003 independent comedy film based on the true story of how Ryan Dunn’s promiscuous girlfriend cheated on him. The film was financed, directed and produced by Bam Margera.
Ryan Dunn is a depressed man who is obsessed with his promiscuous ex-girlfriend, Glauren (played by Jenn Rivell). After discovering that Glauren has been seeing a metalhead named Hellboy (Rake Yohn), Dunn is devastated. Still skeptical, Dunn pays his best friends Valo (Bam Margera) and Falcone (Brandon DiCamillo) to break into Glauren’s house to attain proof that her new relationship is serious. While Valo and Falcone take on several great endeavors to help their friend, Ryan is tormented with a slow and subtle period of mental and physical deterioration. After Valo and Falcone conspire to make Hellboy’s life miserable, Ryan finds a new girlfriend and is finally able to get over Glauren.
After trashing another one of Don Vito’s cars, Bam promises him that he’ll never do it again if Vito beats him on the miniature golf course he builds in the backyard. Also Ryan Dunn and Bam Duct Tape an outhouse shut with Raab inside as revenge for leaving them stuck in a Cherry Picker for about 4 and a half hours.
Bam decides to turn his driveway into a skatepark. While Tim Glomb constructs it, Bam, his family, and the CKY crew travel to Los Angeles to collect celebrity souvenirs from Dave Grohl, N.E.R.D, and others to pave into the driveway skatepark, during which they pour cement on Don Vito’s car.
Special Guest Appearance by: Jack Osbourne, Compton Ass Terry, N.E.R.D., Dave Grohl, Tommy Lee, Holly Madison: One of Hugh Hefner’s Playboy Bunnies and girlfriends.
Bam takes Don Vito to a used car dealer to buy him a new car. After seeing the cheap prices of the used cars, Bam decides to purchase four cars and bring them back to his 14-acre lot. He then has Demolition Derby. Bam and the crew smash and crash into each other until there is nothing left of their automobiles. And in the end Don Vito gets the prize.
It’s Arbor Day, so Bam decides to knock down one of the tall trees in the backyard. April hears the noise from the house and comes outside to yell at Bam. He gets the idea to build a casino. Then Bam hangs Don Vito’s Honda Civic in the trees to test the durability of them for the casino. Vito comes out to see his car in the trees and freaks out. Then the casino gets built, and Bam calls it Fast Eddie’s Tree-Top Casino. During the Grand Opening, Bam hires professional wrestlers to fight in a ring below the casino. In the end, it becomes a Battle Royale that includes Phil, Don Vito, the wrestlers, and Bam.
Special Guest Appearance by: Leatherface, Executioner
Bam challenges April to do five things that will benefit the community. From Bam’s list, April chooses reading stories to the elderly, giving Phil a haircut, and, with the help of Don Vito and Phil, picking up trash from public spaces. On the other hand, Bam opts to build a crude concrete half-pipe for the kids in front of a hardware store, flips Don Vito’s car over so Phil can have a parking spot, uproots trees by running them over with his ATV and dumps the trash that April, Phil, and Don Vito collected into Don Vito’s house and Vito goes crazy.
Bam and the crew leave Skatopia in one piece and continue their trek towards Mardi Gras. Don Vito continues to get annoyed at Tony Hawk for delaying their travel with his constant skate sessions. Eventually, the crew arrives in New Orleans.
Bam (with a group of skateboarding legends including Tony Hawk, Jason Ellis, Tim O’Connor, and Donny Barley) head to Mardi Gras in 2 RV’s. Meanwhile, Ryan Dunn is left with a mini-motorcycle to get to Mardi Gras because he refused to wake up in time. On the way down the RV’s declare war and Bam sessions out-of-the-way skate spots. Don Vito becomes angry and yells at Tony Hawk, “No more skateboarding!”