Lifestyle Home Patrón Founder John Paul DeJoria's Ranch Has Wild Animals and an Underground Bunker By Megan Stein Published on October 12, 2016 12:30 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Ridiculous doesn't even begin to describe this ranch. John Paul DeJoria, founder of Paul Mitchell and Patrón tequila, recently shared his Texas property for Ride TV's Ridiculous Ranches and it's anything but modest. "I have to say I was pleasantly surprised when I came here," host and renowned buyer's agent Reyne Hirsch says in this exclusive clip. "This is stunning." Tour Kathy Griffin's 'Grand but Comfortable' Bel Air Retreat Four bedrooms and six bathrooms make up the main house while the two, "barndominiums," as DeJoria notes they structures are called in Texas, also have bed and bath setups. The 90+ acres are home to 30 species of wildlife from around the world, some of which are endangered. "The animals here are fabulous," DeJoria says. "They're from Asia, Africa, I think there's one in here from North Europe. They're fun, it's like having your own private reserve." Meet the Home Renovation Power Couple Behind the Addictive New Series Downtown Shabby If the safari tour seems over-the-top, wait until you see the underground bunker, outfitted with bulletproof-glass windows and a machine that makes water out of air. "It's a very special bunker," DeJoria says of the space, which can sleep 16 and feed them for six months. Eat your heart out, Walking Dead. This episode of Ridiculous Ranches airs on October 16 at 9:00 p.m. ET on Ride TV.