Doggy Fizzle Televizzle

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Doggy Fizzle Televizzle
DoggyFizzleTV.jpg
Directed by Jesse Ignjatovic
Created by Vernon Chatman & John Lee
Starring Snoop Dogg (as the host)
The Snoopadelics
Don 'Magic' Juan
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 8
Production
Running time approx. 30 minutes (per episode)
Broadcast
Original channel Music Television
Original run November 25, 2002 (2002-11-25)  – August 3, 2003 (2003-08-03)
External links
Website

Doggy Fizzle Televizzle is a sketch comedy show that was produced by, and starred, the rap musician Snoop Dogg. It was aired on MTV in 2002 until 2003.

Snoop Dogg stated that according to the contract, the show was to air six times, but it turned out to be a series of eight parts. The second season was canceled due to payment negotiation issues, since Snoop Dogg asked for $1 million for his role, which MTV refused to pay him.[1]

In the beginning of every show Snoop is seen sitting bored in a leather armchair in an empty room while switching channels from Jerry Springer to a cart race then to black and white burlesque figure skating after that to a strip show and finally to a Richard Marx music video when he decides to change the situation and the idea of Doggy Fizzle Televizzle comes to his mind. This ends the intro and the main theme follows with Snoop rapping.

Episodes[edit]

Here are the episodes with the list of segments long enough to be notable.

Episode 1 - Pilot[edit]

Intro: MTV News about Snoop is challenging Lance Bass to a space race, when gets kidnapped by UFOs.

Special guest appearances by Samuel L. Jackson, Killer Mike, Big Boi, Bootsy Collins, George Clinton
  • Snoop reveals the blurred parts in his videos censored by MTV.
  • Undercover Snoop works at the Arby's R & B car drive-through fast food restaurant as a window receptionist.
  • Snoop answers the fans' questions.
Quotes:
  1. Q1:Snoop, are you involved in any charities?
    • Snoop:Man of course, you know me, I'm involved in a very important charity all the time. You know, once a year I treat two ladies to a ten seconds shopping spree at a 99-cent store. Check this out! (illustrative shortfilm)
  2. Q2:Snoop, what do you think about police brutality?
    • Snoop:Police brutality isn't too horrible. I think the way police are treated is disgusting, sick. Man, if you have ever seen the latest incident that happened in Inglewood. Rodney King tape looked like a pillow fight, it wasn't that serious.(illustrative shortfilm where neighbourhood people even kids are beating a police officer).
  3. Q3:Snoop, I know you're not a judge. But do you think R. Kelly is guilty?
    • Snoop:Man, you can trust what you can see on that tape. There's even a tape going around where people saying it's me. I swear it's not me on that tape for real. Besides she said she was 18. Judge for yourself. (illustrative shortfilm with a Snoop look-alike having sex with a grandma).
  • Snoop teaches in a kindergarten wearing a disguise.
  • Advertisement for From Da Palace to tha Pre-school CD, a children's edition album.
  • MTV's Becoming : Snoop Dogg (parody).
  • Adventures of Cap'n Pimp, that is Captain Pimp, one of the recurring comedy characters of Snoop.
  • Snoop joins the training of the Oakland Raiders
  • Outro song: "From tha Chuuch to da Palace" (live acoustic).
    • performed by Snoop Dogg and the Snoopadelics.

Episode 2[edit]

  • Snoop visits a twilight home and takes the elder people to a one day off tour to spend the day with him in Snoop style.
  • Snoop Dogg introduces the Race card which allows black people to exclaim against possible discrimination (real or hysterical) by simply showing up a credit card sized black piece of paper with a white fist on it.
  • Parody of MTV's Crib Crashers with Snoop changing an Asian student's room into a jail cell.
  • Snoop answers the fans' questions.
  • Snoop presents the W-I-G-O-U-T force, a team devoted to convert white rap culture worshippers (see Wigga) into everyday middle-class bourgeoisie.
  • MTV News by Swayne Dizzle, a parody of Sway Calloway done by Snoop.
  • Snoop gives away his One millionth loan.
  • A short movie called The Negrotiator (a parody inspired by the motion picture The Negotiator)
  • Outro song: "Pimp Slapp'd" (live acoustic)
    • performed by Snoop Dogg and the Snoopadelics.

Episode 3[edit]

  • Snoop teaches proper English in a night school for foreigners.
  • Advertisement for Hate-a-Rade, an energy drink for haters.
  • Parody of MTV's Diary, this time is of pimp Big Jeffrey played by Snoop.
  • The Braided Brunch, a parody of the family sitcom The Brady Bunch.
  • Snoop answers the fans' questions.
Quotes:
  1. Q1:Hey Snoop, are you recognized wherever you go?
    • Snoop:Oh yeah, that's why I have to wear disguise whenever I go out in public so I won't be bothered. Check it! (illustrative short film showing Snoop in the street in a crocodile costume).
  2. Q2:Hey Snoop! You're good with the ladies what can I do to keep my girl happy?
    • Snoop:It's real simple. All you gotta do is get her some nice every day. Like look at what I do (short movie with Snoop robbing a shop to get money for himself, candy and roses for his girls)
  3. Q3:Have you ever done any volunteer work?
    • Snoop:Actually I have. I recently joined this big brother program to show a kid what it's like to have a big brother.(illustration)
  4. Q4:I know you are not doing drugs any more. But I do wanna know what made you decide to quit?
    • Snoop:After what happened to me, I never even think about doing drugs.(the clip shows Snoop smoking weed and talking to a dollar)
  • Snoop presents his 12-step program for those who want to put down drugs.
  • Advertisement for the Wake N' Bake Oven, a plastic toy for kids that bakes weed cookies.
  • MTV News with Swayne Dizzle.
  • Two seconds long freestyle battle between two MCs in the Doggy Fizzle studio.
  • Snoop works as an ice cream man in the suburbs.
  • Black History Moment with Snoop.
  • Outro song: Lodi Dodi (live acoustic)
    • performed by Snoop Dogg and the Snoopadelics.

Episode 4[edit]

Intro: Snoop reads a bedtime story from Big black Booty tales-book.

  • Snoop enters the studio and presents the "National Pimp Appreciation Day" celebration parade in downtown Detroit and Los Angeles.
  • Snoop Dogg visits the Playboy Mansion.
  • Next episode of The Braided Bunch.
  • Big Jeffrey gives the viewers tips for how to get a girl.
  • Snoop answers the fans' questions.
  • Snoop protests against the wearing of fur coats, especially if they were stolen from rich white people previously.
  • MTV News with Swayne Dizzle.
  • Adventures of Cap'n Pimp.
  • Black History Moment with Snoop.
  • Outro song: Frank Sinatra's "New York, New York"
    • performed by Creed

Episode 5[edit]

Episode 6[edit]

Episode 7[edit]

Episode 8 - Best of[edit]

New sketches:

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Guardian, guardian.co.uk © Guardian News and Media Limited 2008. Retrieved on April 25, 2008.

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