Rob Dyrdek has spent most of his life turning fantasy into reality. Even as a young skateboarder, Rob defied all odds by going pro at the age of 16. Since then, Rob has always believed that even the wildest fantasies are possible if you commit to making them real. Fans of MTV's Rob and Big know that he proves it by embracing, pursuing and achieving the products of his own imagination.
Rob begins filling his new warehouse with fun things; NBA player Lamar Odom comes in for a game of one-on-one.
DC honors the launch of Rob's 14th pro model skate shoe with a shoe-release party. Also, in hopes of finding his mystical power animal before making a difficult jump, Rob consults a spiritual shaman.
With help form skateboard legend Danny Way, Rob attempts to break the world record for the fastest land speed on a towed skateboard.
Rob has a opportunity to purchase a motel in Las Vegas.
Rob helps build a music recording studio inside the factory to help Drama launch his music-producing career.
Rob welcomes skateboarders Terry Kennedy and Paul Rodriguez and screenwriter Nino Scalia to the factory for a meeting of the Street Dreams team. Street Dreams is the first authentic, for skateboarders, by skateboarders feature film that Rob wrote with Nino and starred in with Terry and Paul. Rob is so pumped about the film that he's flying his parents in and having a premiere screening at the Fantasy Factory. After the screening announcement, Rob and the guys get to doing what they do best: skating.
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."
Rob Dyrdek has just fulfilled his goal of opening his own skate park and funhouse, and with an enormous amount of square footage to play on, he extends an invitation to all of his friends to come over and have some fun with him.
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.
Rob gets a visit from Johnny Knoxville and the crew from Nitro Circus at the factory.
A best of and behind the scenes look at Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory.