Appealing to the show’s well known fan base of stoned grandmas and 11 a.m. gin and juice drinkers, Snoop Dogg appeared on “The Price Is Right” yesterday, as party of Celebrity Charity Week, to help an annoying contestant win a lot of money. It’s the first time a rapper has appeared on a game show since the infamous 1991 episode of “Tic-Tac-Dough” with Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch. They really did need the money.
On the Snoop Losing Any Credibility He Once Had by Doing Something That Has Nothing to Do with Rapping Scale, this ranks somewhere below his E! reality show, “Snoop Dogg’s Father Hood,” but above the time he appeared on “King of the Hill” as Alabaster Jones, the white pimp.
I’m not hating on the guy because he went on “The Price Is Right” and raised over $72,000 for the Snoop Youth Football League; I’m hating on Snoop because he went on “The Price Is Right” and now I know the guy who once rapped, “I’m hollering 187 with my di*k in your mouth” knows how much salad dressing costs.