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Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory won't find our skateboarding hero lounging around and scheming at the familiar Rob and Big house in the Hollywood Hills. Instead he's commanding operations in a massive, 25,000-square-foot industrial — and fully skate-able — warehouse and office complex near downtown Los Angeles. Anything from zip-lines and giant skateboards to trampolines and indoor blobbing can be achieved in Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory.

The characters inhabiting the Dyrdek Enterprises warehouse include Rob's cousin and longtime assistant, Drama; Rob's slick manager; the blurred-out maintenance man; the blonde-haired "gangster rapping" receptionist; and the reclusive, socially awkward skate coach.

Get ready to visit Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory, where strange and wonderful dreams come true.

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Description

Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory won't find our skateboarding hero lounging around and scheming at the familiar Rob and Big house in the Hollywood Hills. Instead he's commanding operations in a massive, 25,000-square-foot industrial — and fully skate-able — warehouse and office complex near downtown Los Angeles. Anything from zip-lines and giant skateboards to trampolines and indoor blobbing can be achieved in Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory.

The characters inhabiting the Dyrdek Enterprises warehouse include Rob's cousin and longtime assistant, Drama; Rob's slick manager; the blurred-out maintenance man; the blonde-haired "gangster rapping" receptionist; and the reclusive, socially awkward skate coach.

Get ready to visit Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory, where strange and wonderful dreams come true.

    • EPISODE 1

    Blob, Super Blob

    In the Fantasy Factory series opener, Rob gets right to work filling his new, Willie Wonka-esque warehouse with fun things. He sets his sight on "blobbing," a method of launching people into the air with a giant,  inflatable tube, and decides to put one in the Factory. In Rob's quest to mogul up, he also invites NBA basketball star Lamar Odom down for a game of one on one, and tries to convince Lamar to become a fellow investor in a restaurant that Rob has a piece of, called "East."

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    • 20 Minutes

    In the Fantasy Factory series opener, Rob gets right to work filling his new, Willie Wonka-esque warehouse with fun things. He sets his sight on "blobbing," a method of launching people into the air with a giant,  inflatable tube, and decides to put one in the Factory. In Rob's quest to mogul up, he also invites NBA basketball star Lamar Odom down for a game of one on one, and tries to convince Lamar to become a fellow investor in a restaurant that Rob has a piece of, called "East."

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    • 20 Minutes
    • EPISODE 2

    Get With Your Power Animal

    DC throws a shoe release party for Rob, to celebrate the launch of his 14th pro model skate shoe. At the event, Rob runs into rally car racer and DC Shoes founder, Ken Block, and asks Ken if he can jump the rally car parked in the DC store. Surprisingly, Ken agrees, but a serious accident at the Fantasy Factory rattles Rob's nerves about jumping a car. To help build up his courage, Rob enlists the help of a spiritual shaman to find his mystical power animal. Along for the ride is Rob's faithful cousin, Drama, who reluctantly rides shotgun as Rob attempts his first rally car jump of over 100 feet.

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    • 20 Minutes

    DC throws a shoe release party for Rob, to celebrate the launch of his 14th pro model skate shoe. At the event, Rob runs into rally car racer and DC Shoes founder, Ken Block, and asks Ken if he can jump the rally car parked in the DC store. Surprisingly, Ken agrees, but a serious accident at the Fantasy Factory rattles Rob's nerves about jumping a car. To help build up his courage, Rob enlists the help of a spiritual shaman to find his mystical power animal. Along for the ride is Rob's faithful cousin, Drama, who reluctantly rides shotgun as Rob attempts his first rally car jump of over 100 feet.

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    • 20 Minutes
    • EPISODE 3

    Extreme Timmy!

    Rob and legendary skateboarder Danny Way team up in an attempt to break the world record (70mph) for fastest land speed on a towed skateboard. As they prepare for the big day, Rob begins to see a unique connection developing between his cousin Drama and a life-sized test dummy they call "Timmy the Testie." On the day of the record-breaking attempt, severe winds threaten both the safety of Rob and Danny, and the success of their perilous stunt.

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    • 21 Minutes

    Rob and legendary skateboarder Danny Way team up in an attempt to break the world record (70mph) for fastest land speed on a towed skateboard. As they prepare for the big day, Rob begins to see a unique connection developing between his cousin Drama and a life-sized test dummy they call "Timmy the Testie." On the day of the record-breaking attempt, severe winds threaten both the safety of Rob and Danny, and the success of their perilous stunt.

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    • 21 Minutes
    • EPISODE 4

    Hotel, Motel...Robbie's Inn

    Rob is offered the opportunity to redevelop and add the Dyrdek name to his very own Las Vegas Motel. Excited by the prospect of becoming a "Motelier," Rob drags Drama and Corpo to Vegas with him, to take a look at his new, potential business venture. While they are in Las Vegas, the four of them ride down more than a mile and a half of high-speed ziplines, to see if it's something Rob might want to add to the Fantasy Factory. The foursome also visit Big Bear Lake, where they blob into frigid, ice cold water. After the zipline installation at the Fantasy Factory is complete, the employees of Dyrdek Enterprises give it a test run.

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    • 20 Minutes

    Rob is offered the opportunity to redevelop and add the Dyrdek name to his very own Las Vegas Motel. Excited by the prospect of becoming a "Motelier," Rob drags Drama and Corpo to Vegas with him, to take a look at his new, potential business venture. While they are in Las Vegas, the four of them ride down more than a mile and a half of high-speed ziplines, to see if it's something Rob might want to add to the Fantasy Factory. The foursome also visit Big Bear Lake, where they blob into frigid, ice cold water. After the zipline installation at the Fantasy Factory is complete, the employees of Dyrdek Enterprises give it a test run.

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    • 20 Minutes
    • EPISODE 5

    Bangin' on Fools

    Rob finds Drama staring at the wall in his closet-sized office, and decides it's time to help his young cousin get motivated with some good old fashioned hypnotherapy. Based on Rob's own success with hypnotherapy, he is convinced that a visit to the same doctor will help his listless assistant achieve his ultimate dream of becoming a successful music producer. Rob agrees to build Drama a music studio in the Factory, as long as Drama agrees to do a rap duet with Chanel, the Fantasy Factory's very own gangster-rapping receptionist. Mixed into all of the fun is Rob's newest toy: a tennis ball gun capable of shooting balls at speeds of up to 200 miles per hour.

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    • 21 Minutes

    Rob finds Drama staring at the wall in his closet-sized office, and decides it's time to help his young cousin get motivated with some good old fashioned hypnotherapy. Based on Rob's own success with hypnotherapy, he is convinced that a visit to the same doctor will help his listless assistant achieve his ultimate dream of becoming a successful music producer. Rob agrees to build Drama a music studio in the Factory, as long as Drama agrees to do a rap duet with Chanel, the Fantasy Factory's very own gangster-rapping receptionist. Mixed into all of the fun is Rob's newest toy: a tennis ball gun capable of shooting balls at speeds of up to 200 miles per hour.

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    • 21 Minutes
    • EPISODE 6

    This Is Not Mom-Certified

    Rob decides to bring his family out to the Fantasy Factory for the premiere screening of the movie he wrote, produced and starred in called, "Street Dreams." Believing the massive warehouse should also be a Fantasy Factory for his parents, he prepares for their arrival by setting up individual fantasy-nooks for them within the massive warehouse. When they arrive, Rob breaks the news to them that there is some questionable language in the film, and also warns them about his cousin Drama's, "prematurely hairy" butt, which makes a brief, but memorable appearance in the movie.

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    • 21 Minutes

    Rob decides to bring his family out to the Fantasy Factory for the premiere screening of the movie he wrote, produced and starred in called, "Street Dreams." Believing the massive warehouse should also be a Fantasy Factory for his parents, he prepares for their arrival by setting up individual fantasy-nooks for them within the massive warehouse. When they arrive, Rob breaks the news to them that there is some questionable language in the film, and also warns them about his cousin Drama's, "prematurely hairy" butt, which makes a brief, but memorable appearance in the movie.

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    • 21 Minutes
    • EPISODE 7

    Shark Sugar

    Rob creates a new toy line of skater-kids called Wild Grinders, based on his childhood skate crew. With the toys already in high demand, Rob is inspired to create a new character called Shark Attack. In genuine Dyrdek-style, Rob decides to promote the toy by actually getting attacked by a real shark. Equipped with an anti-shark suit and helmet, Rob convinces his nervous cousin, Drama, to accompany him to the Bahamas and explore the world of "shark attack tourism."

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    • 21 Minutes

    Rob creates a new toy line of skater-kids called Wild Grinders, based on his childhood skate crew. With the toys already in high demand, Rob is inspired to create a new character called Shark Attack. In genuine Dyrdek-style, Rob decides to promote the toy by actually getting attacked by a real shark. Equipped with an anti-shark suit and helmet, Rob convinces his nervous cousin, Drama, to accompany him to the Bahamas and explore the world of "shark attack tourism."

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    • 21 Minutes
    • EPISODE 8

    Unseen Footage

    Rob and the cast of Fantasy Factory gather to walk us through some of their favorite unseen moments from Season One, so far. Scenes include: Rob's contract to stuff Drama in case his cousin dies in a shark attack, a brief inquiry into a make-out session between two Fantasy Factory staffers, what it looks like when it snows at the Factory in eighty-degree weather, and much more.

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    • 21 Minutes

    Rob and the cast of Fantasy Factory gather to walk us through some of their favorite unseen moments from Season One, so far. Scenes include: Rob's contract to stuff Drama in case his cousin dies in a shark attack, a brief inquiry into a make-out session between two Fantasy Factory staffers, what it looks like when it snows at the Factory in eighty-degree weather, and much more.

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    • 21 Minutes
    • EPISODE 9

    No Mandals

    Rob's dream of building several legal skate spots in city parks all over Los Angeles is given a head start when a large fast-food company agrees to fund construction of the first ever "Safe Spot Skate Spot" – a skate plaza designed by Rob, in downtown Lafayette Park. In return, Rob is asked to create some viral videos to advertise the restaurant brand. This inspires Rob to create internet-buzz by building the biggest skateboard in the world. The Mayor of Los Angeles accompanies Rob on a world record ride at the skate spot opening.

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    • 21 Minutes

    Rob's dream of building several legal skate spots in city parks all over Los Angeles is given a head start when a large fast-food company agrees to fund construction of the first ever "Safe Spot Skate Spot" – a skate plaza designed by Rob, in downtown Lafayette Park. In return, Rob is asked to create some viral videos to advertise the restaurant brand. This inspires Rob to create internet-buzz by building the biggest skateboard in the world. The Mayor of Los Angeles accompanies Rob on a world record ride at the skate spot opening.

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    • 21 Minutes
    • EPISODE 10

    I Call Him Butter Feet

    Rob decides to make the Fantasy Factory a place where dreams come true when he helps a young dance phenom create a star-studded video in the warehouse. The cast of Nitro Circus also comes by to wreak havoc.

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    • 21 Minutes

    Rob decides to make the Fantasy Factory a place where dreams come true when he helps a young dance phenom create a star-studded video in the warehouse. The cast of Nitro Circus also comes by to wreak havoc.

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    • 21 Minutes
    • EPISODE 11

    Best of and Behind the Scenes

    Rob and Drama take us through some of their favorite Fantasy Factory moments from season one -- from Rob's 100-foot rally car jump to riding the world’s biggest skateboard down the Venice Beach boardwalk. The show also includes some "behind the scenes" peeks at what it’s like creating the Fantasy Factory TV show.

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    • 21 Minutes

    Rob and Drama take us through some of their favorite Fantasy Factory moments from season one -- from Rob's 100-foot rally car jump to riding the world’s biggest skateboard down the Venice Beach boardwalk. The show also includes some "behind the scenes" peeks at what it’s like creating the Fantasy Factory TV show.

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    • 21 Minutes
    • EPISODE 12

    Dusty Monkey

    Rob holds a skate contest at the Fantasy Factory with fellow pro skaters Ryan Sheckler, Paul Rodriguez, Eric Koston and others. Prizes include a beaten up dancing gorilla, an early eighties moped, and a 1986 mint-condition Fiero. Rob gets a chance to drag race his newly beefed up 1969 Camaro against Sheckler's new Ferarri, and teases Chanel relentlessly about her alleged crush on Ryan.

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    Rob holds a skate contest at the Fantasy Factory with fellow pro skaters Ryan Sheckler, Paul Rodriguez, Eric Koston and others. Prizes include a beaten up dancing gorilla, an early eighties moped, and a 1986 mint-condition Fiero. Rob gets a chance to drag race his newly beefed up 1969 Camaro against Sheckler's new Ferarri, and teases Chanel relentlessly about her alleged crush on Ryan.

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    • 20 Minutes
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