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Snoop Dogg and Seth Rogen Talk Cinema, Dabs, and Chronic on “GGN”

Seth Rogen joins Snoop Dogg to cover a bouquet of topics on the latest episode of Snoop’s “GGN.”

The two discuss Rogen’s current and upcoming silver screen projects, including a movie slated to drop later this year where Rogen and James Franco play journalists given the opportunity to interview Kim Jong-un. The kicker, though, is that they get approached by the CIA to assassinate Jong-un… oh boy. Pretty much playing a game of catch-up-on-my-career, the two go on to recount old projects, working together, and sharing stories about everything from co-stars, dream projects, to their favorite strains. In an unexpected twist, Rogen begins putting together the infamous “cross-joint” made famous by Pineapple Express. 

Seth Rogen James Franco Cross Joint Pineapple Express

With this being a highly anticipated episode of “GGN,” what would it be without extra some extra shake goodies? … like Snoop breaking down the history of “chronic,” and the reason for its name.

Hit the video player up top to check out the new episode of “GGN” featuring Seth Rogen.

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