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Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory

"Eat My Cookie"

Rob, Drama and Big Black rewrite the lyrics of Chanel's new song before her performance at the Roxy.  (Repeat)

Sat 4/19 7:30 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
"I'm an Alien!"  Drama and Chanel enter beauty pageants; Rob is convinced he is an alien.  (Repeat) MTV2
06:30 PM
"You Can Never Be Too Big"  Big Black is asked to be the spokesperson for a male-enhancement pill.  (Repeat) MTV2
07:00 PM
"Big Black's Dump Truck"  Rob helps Big Black create a gourmet food truck.  (Repeat) MTV2
07:30 PM
"Eat My Cookie"  Rob, Drama and Big Black rewrite the lyrics of Chanel's new song before her performance at the Roxy.  (Repeat) MTV2
08:00 PM
"Thy Kingdom of Fantasy Factory"  The crew explores the world of LARPing when they dress as supernatural warriors to defend the Fantasy Factory.  (Repeat) MTV2
08:30 PM
"Chunky as Charged"  Big Black relaunches Do Work T-Shirts, emphasizing plus sizes; the cast prepares for its music video debut.  (Repeat) MTV2
09:00 PM
"Kid Lightning"  Rob creates an alter ego and develops a grand entrance for a performance at a Wrestlemania event in Atlanta.  (Repeat) MTV2
09:30 PM
"Full Scale, Full-Fledged, Certified Minister"  Rob becomes an ordained minister to officiate at Denise's wedding; Rob bonds with his future brother-in-law.  (Repeat) MTV2
01:00 AM
"It's Barry ... Barry Bright!"  Rob's trainer creates a new piece of training equipment; Rob creates an alter ego.  (Repeat) MTV2
01:30 AM
"Dusty Monkey"  Rob holds a skate contest with Ryan Sheckler, Paul Rodriguez and Eric Koston; Rob drag-races his Camaro against Ryan's Ferarri.  (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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