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Makin' That Dough

Fifty Cent and Bella Thorne take a trip with Martha and Snoop to Old Italy as they cook up pizzas. October London performs his hit single “Shoulder to Lean On”.

Keeping it in the Family

Ashlee Simpson, Evan Ross and Uncle Reo join Snoop and Martha as they cook up classic family favorites.

High on the Hog

Fat Joe and Kelis join Martha and Snoop as they cook up ribs and a whole hog. Fat Joe and Remy Ma perform their hit single ‘Cookin.’

They Got Game

Snoop’s personal chefs, Trap Kitchen, join Snoop and Martha to fix up their famous pineapple bowls and Martha cooks turkey burgers for the big game. Local kids from Snoop’s football league make a cameo and gush over their favorite rapper…Drake.

Something Fishy

Mike Epps Kathy Griffin, Iron Chef Morimoto and Chef Abe Hiroki get raw with Martha and Snoop as they prepare sushi. D.R.A.M. performs his hit single ‘Broccoli’.

Deck the Balls

Jason Derulo and Jamie Chung ring in the holidays with Martha and Snoop as they help cook up Snoop’s Christmas catfish, concoct a potent blend of eggnog and salivate over Martha’s crunchy dessert balls. The halls have never been decked quite like this.

Bringing Home the Bacon

Robin Thicke, Keke Palmer and DJ Khaled join Snoop and Martha for everyone's favorite meal - breakfast for dinner. Martha introduces her famous popovers and Snoop educates the group on the true art of makin' bacon.

Ruffling Feathers

Naya Rivera, 2Chainz and Chris Bosh stop by to help Snoop and Martha cook Thanksgiving dinner. For dessert, the kitchen full of celebrities enjoys a special live performance from Dreezy.

Keep Your Claws Off Me

Ashley Graham and Rick Ross help Martha and Snoop tackle lobster two ways. Things get steamy when Rick Ross wants to heat it up with Martha in more ways than one, too.

Putting the Pot in Potluck

Seth Rogen, Ice Cube and Wiz Khalifa join Martha and Snoop while they put their secret fried chicken recipes to the test and go head to head in an epic cock fight. Anderson Paak caps it off by adding a little ‘Come Down’ to the throw-down.