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Snoop D-O Double G in da house! Rapper, songwriter, record producer and actor Snoop Dogg adds show host to his credits, taking the reins of a new version of "The Joker's Wild," his favorite game show as a kid. Set in a casino adorned with an enormous slot machine, giant dice and playing cards, the game itself remains virtually unchanged from its iconic 1970s/'80s predecessor, but TBS says this incarnation features a "Snoop-a-fied" touch, with book smarts sometimes taking a back seat to streetwise know-how and problem solving. The show includes cameos by Seth Rogen, Wiz Khalifa, Michael Strahan, Method Man, Regis Philbin and Kelly Osbourne, among others.

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aired 506 days ago
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aired 513 days ago
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aired 520 days ago
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aired 527 days ago
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aired 534 days ago
Biz Markie sings an ode to cheese; finding out who's hottest with "Hot Ones"; a couple of notorious K.I.D.s stop by; Snoop goes deep with one real estate agent and says Bong Voyage to another.
aired 541 days ago
Ice Cube gets hangry, Biz Markie has a song about disease, and Cheech & Chong get passionate with Snoop; an auctioneer and a stay-at-home mom are asked what's the special Caucasian; someone gets dumped by Dogg.
aired 548 days ago
A good day with Ice Cube; Snoop takes everyone to church; a fashion designer and a waitress compete to play for $50,000 on Snoop's big slot machine.
aired 553 days ago
Kelly Osbourne shows how to do it the UK way; Snoop channels his inner soul singer and hosts a new morning show with Regis Philbin, and "gangtsa" knowledge is tested; a dental hygienist and a football coach compete.
aired 557 days ago
New England Patriot Julian Edelman shows off a secret skill; Biz Markie sings an ode to cheese; Hannibal Buress gets the major munchies; Snoop and Busy Philipps sing Long Beach lullabies.
aired 560 days ago
Seth Rogen talks Canadian bakin'; Aubrey Plaza casts her spell; helping Kevin Smith find his letters; a model and a marketing professional compete.
aired 560 days ago
Michael Strahan takes a ride on the Sole Train; New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman and Snoop discuss gym and Jews; Hannibal Buress gets botanical; a dog walker and a workers' comp analyst compete for a chance to play for $50,000.
aired 562 days ago
Michael Strahan shows off his hip hop moves, "Claws" star Karrueche Tran does the nails for the rich and famous, Method Man chews up the scenery and Snoop drops some puzzles; a bodybuilding dancer and a blogging nerd spin the wheels.
aired 564 days ago
Snoop and Wiz Khalifa read some Dr. Seuss, Method Man and Snoop do '80s karaoke, and Snoop gets his Shakespeare on; a dog lover and a pro gamer duke it out.
aired 567 days ago
Kelly Osbourne critiques runway fashions and Snoop performs on the cowbell; a history teacher and a twerking pop culture junkie have to guess what Snoop has just painted.
aired 578 days ago
Seth Rogen says which celebrity he'd most like to smoke with; Snoop quizzes a pot farming party planner and a Pokemon master on the names of pot strains, and the winner spins the wheels for a chance at $25,000.
aired 585 days ago
Snoop and Regis Philbin croon rat pack tunes; Michael Strahan attempts yoga poses; Snoop reads hip hop soliloquies like Shakespeare; a theme park performer and a dancer compete.
aired 597 days ago
Snoop and Method Man rock out to '80s hits; "Claws" star Karrueche Tran teaches about selfies; Snoop reads fairy tales; a cheerleader and hip hop hipster square off.
aired 599 days ago
Snoop paints puzzling masterpieces; Wiz Khalifa and Snoop read Dr. Seuss books; a teacher and a brand ambassador go up against the wheel.
aired 620 days ago
Supermodel Karlie Kloss brings the fashion facts, Michael Strahan busts a move and Seth Rogen schools us on pot's effects on our brains; a sommelier and a bartender compete.
aired 690 days ago
Adam DeVine tells yo momma jokes; The Riddler stops by; someone tries to meld their mind with Snoop's; a blogger and an analyst are quizzed on some cracking black actors from across the pond.

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