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Rob Dyrdek: Fantasy Factory Mardi Gras Madness

Posted by on May 24, 2011 at 10:43 AM EST

rob dyrdek mrdi grasRecap of Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory, Season 4, Episode 8.

Rob and his crew continue their tradition of mayhem and good deeds in this week’s episode of Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory. After meeting with “the greatest builder in history”, Rob Dyrdek and his crew make the decision to head down to Louisiana to fix up a dilapidated skate park they ignored the last time they visited. While standing on top of the World’s Largest Skateboard, Rob announces to his crew that while in Shreveport, they will build a float dedicated to Joe C and drive it in the Mardi Gras parade.  As usual, the crew is down.

The staff of Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory travels to Shreveport and checks out the skate park they’ll be “touch, tickling, and wiggling”, as Rob puts it. As predicted, it’s kind of a mess. The crew has a lot of work to do.

The next order of business is to drop in on the Mardi Gras float builders to find inspiration for their “Joe C. Megafloat.” Rob is delighted by the various gigantic and bizarre floats in stock at the float warehouse, and asks the head float builder to create a huge statue of Joe C.’s head. They collectively decide on a name for the float: “Joe C. And The Magic Goatee.”

A wig shop is the next destination, as each member of the crew of Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory searches for the perfect Joe C. wig and facial hair. Satisfied with their acrylic hair purchases, Rob takes everyone to pick out costumes, which is exactly as hilarious as you would imagine it to be—they come up with a Princess Joe C, a warrior Joe C, a Native American Joe C, and a tiger fairy Joe C. They’re ready for Mardi Gras.

Their enormous Joe C. head complete, the gang jumps on their float and shows off their work to the real Joe C, who is equally horrified and delighted. The parade commences with the usual Mardi Gras madness, and Rob proclaims it a success.

Back at the Stoner Skate Park, a crowd of local kids has gathered to check out the improvements Rob Dyrdek and the staff of his Fantasy Factory have made to the facilities. It looks great, and Rob gives credit for the rebuilding to Joe C. and his magic goatee. The crew heads back home; presumably to plan their next crazy adventure for their hit show on MTV.

 

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