Rob and big dating game stacy

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He’s got to deal with a lot of issues such as betrayal.

I remember driving over to meet her and thinking this was probably the worst first date that I have ever been on and hoping she didn't feel the same.

Then I walked in the front door and there she was, sitting on a bench wearing a green jacket (this is important because she says she wasn't wearing that jacket that day) with the biggest smile on her face.

Below, executive producer Josh Berman sounds off on the pivotal episode’s “domino effect,” Stacy and Owen’s future and more.

Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory premiered in February 2009 and has so far had aired over seventy episodes over seven seasons .

Dyrdek starred in the series with his best friend and bodyguard Christopher "Big Black" Boykin, and his cousin, Chris "Drama" Pfaff.

What I find interesting is the viewers have actually begun to respond to that relationship. Owen has made his intentions very clear, and Stacy, in her pregnancy, may or may not go back to him. But no matter what, when two people share a child, they have a unique bond that will keep them in each other’s lives.

TVLINE Jane’s mom (played by Faith Prince) is also back in the season finale. Usually, we use her character for a lot of comedic relief.

I remember being so excited to come home from work to check my email in the event that she had responded and sitting at my dining room table for hours writing and proof-reading (she's a teacher! Specifically, I remember one message in particular in which Stacy suggested that we meet because we had a lot in common.

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