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Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory

"Ginger Lion"

Rob casts his mother in a commercial for a new credit card; Big Cat loses a bet and must appear in the commercial in costume; Rob surprises his mother.  (Repeat)

Tue 4/22 5:00 PM  MTV2
Duration: 30 minutes
Rated: TV-PG
Reality, Sports Non-Event, Action Sports, Interests, Sports

Rob Dyrdek

Jeff Tremaine (Executive Producer), Rob Dyrdek (Executive Producer), Ruben Fleischer (Executive Producer), Shane Nickerson (Executive Producer)

06:00 PM
"Shark Sugar"  Rob creates a new line of toys; Rob explores "shark attack tourism" in the Bahamas.  (Repeat) MTV2
06:30 PM
"He's Just a Little Mini-Pig"  Rob challenges Jeremy to a happiness contest.  (Repeat) MTV2
07:00 PM
"Brother Bond"  Rob decides that Drama and Big Cat have lost their connection and forces them into bonding activities.  (Repeat) MTV2
07:30 PM
"I'm an Awkward Enabler!"  Rob and Drama believe Big Cat's awkwardness is hindering his personal growth.  (Repeat) MTV2
08:00 PM
"I'm Livin' It"  Rob writes Drama a musical about his life; Steve Barra and Rob invent their own sport.  (Repeat) MTV2
08:30 PM
"Welcome, Big Black"  Justin Bieber visits; Big Black returns and moves into a temporary office.  (Repeat) MTV2
09:00 PM
"Phoenix of Love"  Rob and Big Black try to cheer Drama after he and his girlfriend break up.  (Repeat) MTV2
09:30 PM
"We're in the Burrito Game!"  Drama creates his own burrito company; Rob insists that Drama fight a bull.  (Repeat) MTV2
02:00 PM
"WW2... 1972"  Rob and Drama go under cover to get inspiration for his new clothing line.  (Repeat) MTV2
02:30 PM
"No Mandals"  Rob's dream of an L.A. skate park gets a head start; Rob builds the world's biggest skateboard.  (Repeat) MTV2
Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory

Skateboarding icon Rob Dyrdek dreams up a series of often eccentric business ventures from a 25,000-square-foot industrial warehouse and an office complex near downtown Los Angeles. Dyrdek began skateboarding at 12, turned pro at 16 and soon after launched his entrepreneurial career that now includes skateboard-related companies, private training facilities for boarders, a skateboarding league and his charitable foundation that builds skate plazas around the country.

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Rob Dyrdek

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