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 teams up with professional drift racer, Vaughn Gittin Jr., to create the world's very first Skateboarding Car. Merging drift racing and skateboarding, the two pioneers of a brand new sport test their specially fabricated car at a custom built indoor car skate park.
Rob also moves his cousin, Drama, into a brand new office next to his own atop the Fantasy Factory skate plaza. Plus, Drama's choice of decor sends Rob on a mission to honor drama's unique face.
Rob believes Drama lives a careful existence so he enlists Chad Ochocinco of the Cincinnati Bengals to help Drama live recklessly.
Rob wants to enter his sandwich into the Grilled Cheese Invitational; Torey Pudwill visits Factory.
Rob's trainer creates a new piece of training equipment; Rob creates an alter ego.
Rob and Drama recap some of the sketchiest and scariest moments of all three seasons of Fantasy Factory. Loaded with behind the scenes commentary, unseen footage, and some of the most memorable scenes from the series, this is a humorous look back at some of the best Fantasy Factory action through the eyes of its stars.
Rob finds out that his mom, Patty, has fallen and shattered her ankle. Enlisting the help of his cousin Drama, he embarks on, "Operation Save Patty", a mission to travel to his home town of Kettering, Ohio and ensure that the Dyrdek household is a more comfortable environment for his injured mom. Also on Rob's agenda is disproving Patty's stubborn theory that Rob simply isn't a funny person. His desire to make her laugh brings them all the way to the Funny Bone comedy stage, in Kettering, where Rob performs stand-up comedy for the first (and probably last) time.
Rob challenges his manager Jerry to a happiness contest.
Rob organizes an intervention to address his cousin Big Cat's awkwardness.
Rob and Drama recall their favorite scenes from Season 3, along with some never before seen footage.
Laird Hamilton invites Rob and Drama to Kauai for some tow-in surfing. Although he has never surfed before, Rob decides it's time to up his "man level" by taking on a big wave. Joining them on their Manventure is super-athlete and legendary skateboader, Danny Way. Along the way, the guys go squid fishing, have a traditional Luau, and visit Laird's "man camp."
Rob and Drama go undercover as old men in search of inspiration for Rob's new clothing line.
Rob holds a charity event to raise money for his "Sk8 for Life" foundation, a charity designed to put skateboards into the hands of underprivileged kids. In preparation for the big day, he introduces Drama to "Skatey," the new SK8 4 Life mascot. Along the way, Rob discovers that he may be the Jay-Z of jingles, and leans on his manager, Jeremy, to get him an actual jingle deal. His charity event is well attended, including appearances by Pharrell, Travis Barker, The Game, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, Dana White, and some of the best pro-skaters in the world.