Adventures in Hollyhood

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Adventures in Hollyhood
Genre Reality
Starring Juicy J
DJ Paul
Project Pat
Computer
Big Triece
Narrated by Father Houston
Theme music composer Three 6 Mafia
Opening theme Adventures In Hollyhood By: Three 6 Mafia
Country of origin United States United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 8
Production
Producer(s) Paul Vaillancourt
Ashton Kutcher
Location(s) Hollywood, California
Memphis, Tennessee
Running time 24 Minutes (without commercials)
Broadcast
Original channel MTV (April 5, 2007 - May 23, 2007)
MTV2 (May 2, 2007 - May 23, 2007)
Original run April 5, 2007 – May 23, 2007
External links
Website

Adventures in HollyHood is a reality TV show based around the rap group Three 6 Mafia and its members Juicy J and DJ Paul. Also living with them in their California home is Hypnotize Minds artist Project Pat, who is also Juicy's brother, and their personal assistants Computer and Big Triece.

Episodes[edit]

The mini-series aired for only 8 episodes (as of May 23, 2007).

# Title Original airdate Code
1 "Welcome To Hollyhood (Hello To Hollyhood)" April 5, 2007 (2007-04-05) S01E01
Three 6 Mafia, rap protege Project Pat, and their assistants Computer and Patriece (Big Triece) move to Hollywood, California. They write a song for Jackass Number Two called "Goin' Crazy" which they had to change its title to "Gettin' Fucked Up" due to the Jackass cast feeling the title "Goin' Crazy" is "too on the nose" and "takes a spud on what they do". Next, they have a listening party for the neighborhood but only one person shows up. They play "Slob On My Knob", "Ridin' Spinners", "Side 2 Side", "Good Googly Moogly" "Squeeze It" and some other songs to their only guest, an older white lady named Fern.
2 "Slap That Sucka (Rap Stars R Us)" April 12, 2007 (2007-04-12) S01E02
The guys get kicked out of their house because Big Triece urinated in Jennifer Love Hewitt's yard, and have to find a new place. Lil Wyte comes out to Hollywood to go on a showcase for Warner Bros. Records. Meanwhile, Big Triece and Computer mess with Lil Wyte and try to pitch songs to DJ Paul and Juicy J, so they can become rappers; both DJ Paul and Juicy J hate their songs.
3 "Makin' A Gangsta' Ass Movie (Pitchin Fits)" April 19, 2007 (2007-04-19) S01E03
DJ Paul and Juicy J pitch their movie idea, while Computer and Triece are sent to assistant school.
4 "Sweet Sugar Love (Lovin' Large)" April 26, 2007 (2007-04-26) S01E04
Big Triece begins to get serious with his girlfriend, Sugarfoot, and proposes to her via cellphone, where Sugarfoot agrees. Later, Three 6 Mafia help Triece buy a ring, while at the same time booking Sugarfoot to come to LA to surprise Triece with a big dinner in a Beverly Hills restaurant. After the dinner, and possibly a week in LA, Sugarfoot returns to her hometown, probably postponing their marriage.
5 "Little Black Book" May 2, 2007 (2007-05-02) S01E05
Ashton Kutcher helps Juicy search the Hollywood dating scene. He promises to give Juice his sidekick with many celebrities' phone numbers in them if he asks Ashton's assistant Chrissie out on a date. Elsewhere Computer goes to major lengths to try to win a weight loss contest between himself, Triece and Pat. He defeats them and wins five thousand dollars. After going on a date with Chrissie, Juicy J receives the sidekick and decides to take Kristin Cavallari on a date. She agrees, but when he asks her to go back home with him for a party, she tells him "no".
6 "Actin' Up" May 9, 2007 (2007-05-09) So1E06
Juicy J figures out that Hollywood is there for him to be an actor in the movies. He goes to a movie casting to try to meet with the director of the movie. First he fails, but the casting lady gives him a second chance. He goes back to talk to the director, who tells him that he will use him as an actor later on. At the end of the show the guys receive a package with dolls of Juicy J,DJ Paul, and heads of Project Pat, Computer and Triece.
7 "The Playa's Mansion" May 16, 2007 (2007-05-16) S01E07
Juicy J's dad calls him and tells him not to get too caught up in the Hollywood life and tells him to do some community service.
8 "Going Back 2 Memphis" May 23, 2007 (2007-05-23) S01E08
In the season finale, the guys return to Memphis for some inspiration for their album, and struggle to write the single. The writing and recording of "Doe Boy Fresh" can be seen.

Guest appearances[edit]

Some of the recurring guests throughout the Hollyhood season are: Memphis rapper and H.C.P. artist Lil Wyte; the boys' newfound friend and former pianist for Dorothy Dandridge, Fern; and Three 6 Mafia's manager Rosenberg also referred to as Roses.

Other guests include:
Lil Jon
Naim Ali
Hugh Hefner
Scott Sedita
Kristin Cavallari
Ashton Kutcher
Big Triece's girlfriend Sugarfoot
film director Joel Schumacher
and Juicy J's Dad Father Houston Johnny Knoxville John Singleton

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