Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg have a new show on Peacock - here's a timeline of their delightful 13-year friendship

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Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg have a new show on Peacock - here's a timeline of their delightful 13-year friendship
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One of the most wholesome (and surprising) celebrity friendships of all time is the bond between celebrity chef and lifestyle icon Martha Stewart and the successful rapper (and marijuana enthusiast) Snoop Dogg.

Even though there's a 30-year age difference (Snoop is 50, while Stewart is 80), these two have really created a bond, after meeting over a decade ago on the set of her now-defunct show, "The Martha Stewart Show."

Keep scrolling to learn more about this unlikely duo and their extremely delightful friendship.

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November 2008: Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg meet during a segment on 'The Martha Stewart Show'

The duo met during a November 2008 episode of Stewart's old show. They made mashed potatoes together, bantered about peeling potatoes and laughed about Snoop's very specific way of speaking.

December 2009: Snoop returns to the show for a segment on brownies, which they joke are weed brownies

They teamed up once again for a Christmas episode in which they made green brownies - Stewart jokes with Snoop about why he wants green brownies, to which he replies that green is "environmental." He also asks Stewart when they're adding "the stuff," and she just says "later," to lots of laughs.

December 2010: Snoop jokingly asks Stewart for brownies for Prince William's bachelor party on Twitter

He called her "sunshine" in the tweet.

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May 2013: Snoop once again tweets at Stewart

This time with an adorable picture of the two baking brownies, with some interesting additions.

March 2014: Stewart shares on Reddit that she wishes she and Snoop were better friends

Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg have a new show on Peacock - here's a timeline of their delightful 13-year friendship
Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg.Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic/Getty Images

During a Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything), Stewart answered many questions, from how to make towels fluffy to confirming the rumor she buys Louboutins and paints over the red soles. When asked what it was like to be friends with the "Gin and Juice" rapper, she simply responded, "I wish I were closer friends with Snoop Dogg."

Someone else asked if her or Snoop's cookies were better, and she said, "I've never tasted Snoop's cookies, so I don't know." A very modest answer from the iconic chef.

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November 2014: Snoop tweets his candle line was inspired by Stewart

March 2015: The two friends reunite on stage at the roast of Justin Bieber

Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg have a new show on Peacock - here's a timeline of their delightful 13-year friendship
Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg at the "Roast of Justin Bieber."Lester Cohen/WireImage/Getty Images

During an appearance on "Late Night with Seth Meyers," Stewart denied that she and the rapper had smoked weed together during the night, but she did "get high just sitting there," and that "secondary smoke is just as powerful as primary smoke," so she was "totally high" by the time she got to the microphone.

July 2016: They compete together on '$100,000 Pyramid,' and do shockingly well

Snoop easily rattled off luxury home decor items, like "sconce," "wainscoting," "duvet," and "credenza." Clearly, he is a man of expensive taste.

August 2016: They announce their joint cooking show on VH1, 'Martha & Snoop's Potluck Dinner Party'

Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg have a new show on Peacock - here's a timeline of their delightful 13-year friendship
Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg host VH1's latest hit "Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party”VH1

According to Deadline, the show would focus on the duo who "will invite celebrity friends over for a half-baked evening of cocktails, cooking, conversation, and fun where nothing is off limits." The first season included episodes with Seth Rogen, Wiz Khalifa, Jason DeRulo, Kathy Griffin, KeKe Palmer, Bella Thorne, DJ Khaled, and more.

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It premiered in November 2016, has an 86% on Rotten Tomatoes, and was even nominated for the Emmy for Outstanding Host for a Reality or Reality Competition Program. They lost to RuPaul.

They even did a hilarious promo for the show parodying the most iconic scene from "Ghost" - though they subbed out clay and pottery for chocolate cake.

September 2016: Snoop gushes about Stewart in an interview with Rolling Stone, and Stewart shares a selfie of the two on Twitter

While speaking to Rolling Stone, the "Next Episode" rapper elaborated on his friendship with the lifestyle guru.

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"I've never met anyone like Martha Stewart. When we come together, it's a natural combination of love, peace, and harmony," he said.

That month, she also tweeted a photo of a painting Snoop made for her.

Of course, it's a dog.

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October 2016: Along with Anna Kendrick, the two play Never Have I Ever on 'Ellen'

We learned a lot - Stewart and Snoop have both sexted, used their fame to get out of trouble, and been to a nude beach. Snoop's also "been stoned on a talk show," been in handcuffs, and returned something to a store after he bought it.

October 2018: Stewart writes the foreword for Snoop's cookbook, 'From Crook to Cook: Platinum Recipes from Tha Boss Dogg's Kitchen'

Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg have a new show on Peacock - here's a timeline of their delightful 13-year friendship
Snoop Dogg signs and discusses his new book "From Crook To Cook: Platinum Recipes From Tha Boss Dogg's Kitchen."Unique Nicole/Getty Images

"Snoop and I have a special bond that dates back to when he first appeared on the 'Martha Stewart Show' in 2008. Our relationship was born from our connection to food as we whipped up some cognac mashed potatoes and green brownies," she wrote. "Working with Snoop in the kitchen has been a remarkable experience for me. Not only has he taught me new lingo and cultural references, he surprised me with his unique cooking techniques and recipes."

April 2019: They change their show to 'Martha & Snoop's Potluck Party Challenge,' and recreate a scene from 'Titanic'

Season three aired from April 2019 to February 2020. The new iteration of the show was a competition - each episode had new celebrities either joining Team Snoop or Team Martha, while another celebrity judged which team's dish was better. Some teammates included Matthew McConaughey, Tiffany Haddish, Fergie, Regina Hall, Lil Pump, and Paris Hilton.

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Some of the celebrity judges were Isla Fisher, William Shatner, and Kandi Burruss.

August 2020: Stewart gives Snoop gardening tips during quarantine on her show 'Martha Knows Best'

During an episode of her new HGTV show "Martha Knows Best," Stewart called up her friend Snoop to FaceTime and discuss how to best pot one of Snoop's tomato plants.

December 2020: The two reunite once again to bake cookies shaped like cannabis leaves, Christmas trees, and 'Dogg' bones

Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg have a new show on Peacock - here's a timeline of their delightful 13-year friendship
Snoop Dogg and Martha Stewart.Christopher Polk / Getty Images/Martha Stewart/Instagram

During an event sponsored by Salesforce, the two baked and decorated Christmas cookies together while over thousands of people watched.

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"400,000 people around the world watched as we bantered and decorated. It was great fun!! And the cookies were amazing," the celebrity chef wrote on Instagram.

February 2021: They take on the Puppy Bowl

Forget about the Super Bowl - on February 7, these two BFFS hosted Animal Planet's Puppy Bowl 17. As the dynamic duo said, they "[served] up our favorite drinks and our favorite bites."

April 2021: Snoop and Stewart play the Best Friends Challenge on 'The Late Show'

To promote Snoop's appearance on "The Voice" and Stewart's new Discovery Plus show, the dynamic duo appeared on "The Tonight Show" to test their friendship. While they didn't exactly pass with flying colors, they did show the strength of their bond.

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Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg have a new show on Peacock - here's a timeline of their delightful 13-year friendship
Snoop Dog, Martha Stewart, and Jimmy Fallon during the "Best Friends Challenge." Andrew Lipovsky/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images

When Snoop was asked what he thought Stewart's best feature was, he said it was her "outlook on cooking," while Stewart said she had the best grandchildren in the world (beside Snoop's) - very sweet.

October 2021: They co-star on a new Halloween baking show called 'Snoop and Martha's Very Tasty Halloween'

Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg have a new show on Peacock - here's a timeline of their delightful 13-year friendship
Alvin Zhou, Snoop Dogg, Martha Stewart Nicole Weingart/Peacock/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images

The first episode of "Snoop and Martha's Very Tasty Halloween" will drop on Peacock on October 21. The two besties act as judges alongside Tasty creator Alvin Zhou. The show will follow teams of bakers (Scare Squads) from around the country as they create spooky baked treats.

The day before the show premiered, October 20, was Snoop's 50th birthday. Stewart celebrated her friend on Instagram by sharing a video of the two.

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A post shared by Martha Stewart (@marthastewart)

"There's no party like a @snoopdogg party! Happy birthday to the one and only Snoop, the other half of our favorite duo," Stewart wrote. "Bust out the baked goods (brownies, of course), raise a glass (of gin and juice), and share your birthday wishes below."

We can't wait to see what else these two have in store - whatever it is, we're sure it'll be hilarious and wholesome.

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