Martha & Snoop’s Dinner Party coming to VH1 this fall

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Think of the two most random celebrities that you figure would have no chance of hosting a television show together. Got it? Great. Were your choices more obscure than Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg? I’m not sure if it’s even possible to beat that pairing. But somehow, someway, VH1 keeps coming up with funky programming shows like every single day, and Martha & Snoop’s Dinner Party launches this fall.

Beans up, rolls down as Martha, Snoop, and friends share an unscripted dinner party on each episode. The pair will pull from their extensive group of celebrity friends to join them for each episode, where the duo will cook, eat, drink, talk, and generally have a good time. My guess is it will be pretty laid back, with their minds on their marjoram and their marjoram on their minds. In fact, I will be sorely disappointed if episode titles aren’t based on Snoop Dogg songs. Some examples could include: “Meatloaf Was the Case That They Gave Me,” “Drop It Like It’s Hot Dogs,” “From the Cheese to the Pâté,” the possibilities are endless — Snoop Dogg has released a LOT of albums.

VH1’s description of the show has one glaring mistake though:

Each week, Snoop and Martha will invite celebrity friends over for a half-baked evening of cocktails, cooking, conversation, and fun where nothing is off limits.

I don’t think Snoop Dogg is ever only half-baked… Snoop is excited though, saying:

My homegirl, Martha and I have a special bond that goes back. We’re gonna be cooking, drinking and having a good time with our exclusive friends. Can’t wait for you to see how we roll together!

I have to say I’m insanely curious how this is going to turn out. I’ll be sure to tune in when the show premieres this fall on VH1. All I know is that the show’s first guest really needs to be Dr. Dre. If possible he should also come through with a gang of Tanqueray.

What do you think about Martha & Snoop’s Dinner Party? Tell us your most obscure pairing, or your best Snoop-inspired recipe in the comment section below, or on Google+, Facebook, or Twitter.

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