Live on Letterman: 5 Best Snoop Dogg TV Cameos

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In preparation for [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Snoop Dogg[/lastfm]’s March 29th Live on Letterman exclusive web concert, we’re counting down highlights of the superstar’s career.  Today, we look back at his greatest (and smokiest) TV cameos.

Watch the best of the best, then let us know your favorite in the comments below.

5. 90210 – 2011
Snoop Dogg makes a kid’s dreams come true in this, his most recent, cameo from 2011.

4. Weeds – 2006
Snoop Dogg has a interesting business proposition for Mary Louise Parker. The scene and language are adult. Want to know what it is? Click here or on the photo to watch in its entirety.

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3. MadTV – 2004
Hmmm… I think this guy is more than the head of the talent department at the Compton Car Wash.

2. PJs – 2000
Even in claymation, Snoop Dogg is a “Superstar.”

1. King of The Hill – 2001
Don’t mess with the Mac Daddy of Heimlich County.

Be sure to come back on March 29th 8pm ET/5pm PT to watch Snoop’s live, streaming concert from the historic Ed Sullivan Theater. It’s going to be a night filled with amazing songs… and possibly cameos. This program is brought to you by AT&T – Re-Think Possible.

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