His parents are gonna be pisssssssssssed!
Get ready to learn about the zany, crazy and hilarious "Soul Plane" cast that made this cornball movie so enjoyable. "Soul Plane" was released in 2004 and is a new take on…
I vote for H*A*S*H*
I’m so hoping this show is called ‘Hey There, Lil’ Man: What’s Crackin’?’
Look’s like Pee Wee has found his new Cowboy Curtis.
Sienna Guillory looks really good with her clothes off.
Is America ready for an awful movie about marijuana?
The Dogfather skateboards and wears people-clothes, which is a departure from the behavior of most domestic canines.
Kris Krizzle up in dis shizzle.
Have you ever wondered what it'd be like if a major rap star decided to make a song about an HBO show and then posted the video on the internet? Well wonder no more friend, cause Snoop Dogg has got you covered. The legendary rapper's new music video, "Oh Sookie," has hit the interwebs. Set in Bon Temps, the song features characters from HBO's hit show, "True Blood," including everyone's favorite "Fang Banger," Sookie Stackhouse. While making a video based on a TV show might not be considered "gangsta," at least Snoop isn't stooping to Ice Cube-levels with a crappy sitcom on TBS (Very Funny…but not "Ha Ha funny…funny sad). Watch Snoop Dogg perform "Oh Sookie" after the jump.
Those who have long underestimated our TV Culinary Personalities had best to check themselves. It's widely known that Chef Julia Childs once killed a man via headbutt, and Rachel Ray… she just seems like she'd cut a bitch. Now, Martha Stewart has raised her street cred by baking with Snoop Dogg on yesterday's episode of Martha. Watch as Snoop Dizzle and M. Stizzle rap about the special ingredient missing from their brownies. Snoop Dogg will do anything to be on television. The countdown to his eventual Yo Gabba Gabba! appearance begins NOW. (via NY Mag)AUTHOR'S NOTE: Holy sh*t!!!