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      Season 2 – Snoop Dogg's Father Hood

      2008 Reality Documentary Entertainment List
      Reviews Calvin Broadus Jr. -- better known as recording artist Snoop Dogg -- opens the doors to his home to reveal his domestic life with wife Shante and their three children -- Corde, Cordell and Cori. Among the storylines in the series is Snoop trying to teach his kids to play sports. Read More Read Less

      Episodes

      Previous Episode 1 Aired Nov 30, 2008 Quarter Back Camp Spank does not take quarterback camp seriously; Snoop gets to meet football legends; Boss Lady acquires more pets. Details Episode 2 Aired Dec 7, 2008 Snoop the Sitter Snoop must babysit his daughter's slumber party. Details Episode 3 Aired Dec 14, 2008 Dogg Fight The family goes on a health kick when Snoop decides he wants to fight a former champion prizefighter. Details Episode 4 Aired Dec 21, 2008 Snoop's New Dogg House Snoop's backyard shed is renovated while he is in Las Vegas. Details Episode 5 Aired Dec 28, 2008 Snoop's Got Heart Snoop acts as a father to a young football player; Shante drags Snoop to ballroom dancing classes. Details Episode 6 Aired Jan 4, 2009 Lil' Snoop Rook stars in one of her father's videos; Cori outshines Anthony as his radio job. Details Episode 7 Aired Jan 18, 2009 Snoop on the Move Snoop's crew searches for animals for Shante's farm. Details Episode 8 Aired Jan 25, 2009 Back to School Snoop watches his kids go off to school. Details Next
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      Season Info

      Network
      E!
      Rating
      TV-14
      Genre
      Reality, Documentary, Entertainment
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date
      Nov 30, 2008
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