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Comic Bill Burr Keeps His Cool with Snoop Dogg on a New GGN
On this fresh episode of GGN, the infamous stand-up Bill Burr tells Uncle Snoop about some of the worst jobs he's ever had, and explains why "doggystyle" is his favorite position.
Published on January 14, 2020

Since 1992, Bill Burr has brought biting, cynical, and all-too-eye-opening humor to comedy clubs around the world. Considered one of the greatest heckler handlers of all time, his star has since risen so high that he’s appeared on iconic shows like Breaking Bad, Chappelle’s Show, The Simpsons, and even Disney’s new Star Wars Yoda-fest, The Mandalorian

So, it was just a matter of time before Burr dropped by the GGN studio to sit down and hash it out with the Boss Dogg himself, Uncle Snoop.

On this fresh episode of GGN, Burr recounts some of the soul-crushing jobs he worked before he broke into comedy, including a roofing stint that came with sunburns and looking “at some guy’s dick.” The two also touched on famous sports brawls, psycho LA landlords, and Burr’s newest projects: the sitcom F Is for Family on Netflix, and a comedy collective co-founded with Al Madrigal called All Things Comedy, where contributing comedians own all of their content. 

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Later in the episode, Snoop delivers some quick personal questions during the “Inside the Smoker's Studio" segment. When Snoop asked about Burr’s favorite position, the comedian replied: “Doggystyle.”

“You’re so nasty,” Snoop shot back.

“I just can’t deal with the intimacy,” Burr said as the studio crew chuckled. “I don’t know who I am as a person yet, and at the time, it’s exposing too much.”

“I was talking about your position on the basketball court,” Snoop clarified.

“I don’t play basketball. I was more of a hockey guy; I played defense.”

“I love it,” Snoop said with a grin. “Give her that hard D.”

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