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The insanity continues for skateboarding legend and business mogul, Rob Dyrdek, inside the walls of his continually evolving canvas of creativity known as The Fantasy Factory. In the most ridiculous season yet, Rob has created even more possibilities for... Read Full Summary
Rob holds a charity event to raise money for his "Sk8 for Life" foundation, a charity... Read Full Summary »
Rob needs some inspiration for his new clothing line, so he and Drama go deep under... Read Full Summary »
Laird Hamilton invites Rob and Drama to Kauai for some tow-in surfing. Although he has... Read Full Summary »
Get the low down on Drama's favorite musical collaborations from the House of God studio.
Rob asks Big Cat some random feline-related questions.
Rob sheds some light on some sick shredding and insane moments.
Rob runs through his top five places to skate across the globe.
Drama's made the move from minion to mini mogul. Catch all of his advice on building a brand and keeping your image tight.
Meet the cast of characters in Rob's 'Fantasy Factory.'
Flip through photos of the crew from the season three photo shoot.
Get the latest gear worn by the guys at the 'Fantasy Factory.'
'Fantasy Factory' Season 3 is on DVD now! Special features include deleted scenes and more!
The insanity continues for skateboarding legend and business mogul, Rob Dyrdek, inside the walls of his continually evolving canvas of creativity known as The Fantasy Factory. In the most ridiculous season yet, Rob has created even more possibilities for absurd times and incredible skate sessions by building more ramps and obstacles to what was already a skateboarder's paradise.
Some of this season's highlights include the invention of the world's first skateboarding car, jumping out of a five-story building, attempting to get towed onto a big wave in Kauai with the help of Laird Hamilton, and attempting to make the world's most expensive grilled cheese. Rob continues his tradition of discovering new alter egos, adding to his personality repertoire as infomercial-fitness-expert named Barry Bright, and a stylish eighty-year-old man named, Stan. Faithfully along for another chapter in the journey is Rob's young cousin and protege, Chris "Drama" Pfaff, who now finds himself perched atop the concrete skate plaza in a sleek new office alongside Rob.
Also returning this season are Rob's painfully awkward skate tech, Scott "Big Cat" Pfaff, the cute, rapping receptionist, Chanel, and Rob's constantly cautious manager, Jeremy. With special guest appearances by Chad Ochocinco, Travis Barker, Laird Hamilton, Danny Way, Ryan Sheckler, The Game, Pharrell, Paul Rodriguez, world champion drifter, Vaughn Gittin, Jr., and pro-skater Torey Pudwill, Season Three is no doubt an instant classic.