Last night on Jimmel Kimmel Live, the one and only Snoop Dogg returned to narrate another hilarious installment of Pizzzanet Earth, a spoof on the well known Planet Earth documentary, voiced by the legendary Sir David Attenborough.
In previous episodes, Snoop has narrated fights between Iguanas & Snakes and Otter & Crocs, but on last night’s installment, Snoop outdid himself, providing priceless play-by-play of an epic showdown between a bat and a scorpion!
Watch Plizzanet Earth with Snoop Dogg below:
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If you’re a fan of documentaries, join us as we list the 10 most powerful documentaries released since 2000. If you have any suggestions, let us know in the comments below. Enjoy!
The Most Powerful Documentaries Since 2000
Released in 2014 and directed by Orlando von Einsiedel, Virunga tells the story of four characters who are fighting to protect and conserve the Virunga National Park, which is located in the Congo. These individuals look to protect the area from war, poaching and oil exploration. The park is also home to the world’s last mountain gorillas. In addition to following around the fours subjects of the documentary, the film also focuses on the biodiversity and beauty of Virunga, while also exploring the complex political and economic issues that take place in the region surrounding the oil exploration and armed conflict. The film was nominated for the Best Documentary at the Academy Awards.