The show follows the lives of professional skateboarder Rob Dyrdek, his cousin Drama, and the staff of The Fantasy Factory. He nicknames himself "Bolt Speedman" and nicknames his horse "Megahorse" in honor of his old mini horse, and together, they participate in a race. The Fantasy Factory crew also takes an IQ test to see who is the smartest in the Factory.Drama wants a studio to help himself become a producer. The IQ tests result in: Geoff Taylor - 116, Tracy Tubera - 107, Chelsea "Chanel" Dudley - 94, Scott "Big Cat" Pfaff - 126, Tony Turbo - 100, Christopher "Drama" Pfaff - 113, Jeremy Larner - 118, and Rob Dyrdek - 101.Also Rob tries to disprove Patty's theory that he isn't a funny person by performing stand-up comedy at the Funny Bone comedy stage.
In this documentary episode, MTV takes a closer look at the road that led Rob to where he is today.
Featuring archival/never before seen clips from Rob & Big and Fantasy Factory and the DC Video that started his television career.
Rob also reluctantly takes on the role of mini-pig sitter for the week.
To help Big Cat with his awkwardness, Rob brings in a specialist and organizes an Awkward Intervention with everyone at the Fantasy Factory.
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.
If the stunt looks familiar, viewers may recall seeing the video featured on Chevy’s Super Bowl commercial earlier this month.
Joining Dyrdek is his faithful crew of Factory regulars, including Christopher “Big Black” Boykin, cousins Chris “Drama” Pfaff and Scott “Big Cat” Pfaff, “rapping receptionist” Chanel West Coast and co-host Sterling “Steelo” Brim.
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The following is an episode list for the MTV reality television series Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory. He creates a video entitled "Gymkhana 2.1" with professional rally driver Ken Block.
"Fantasy Factory" star Scott "Big Cat" Pfaff hasn't been to the dentist in 10 years -- and this week, he's gonna pay for it big time ... Pfaff finally ended his decade-long dental sabbatical a few days ago -- and we're told the mouth doc immediately spotted multiple cavities ... Sources close to Big Cat tell us, he also has to get a root canal asap -- and the first of several pain-filled visits is scheduled for this week.