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Watch Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, and 50 Cent try to find Jimmy Kimmel's tiny penis in hilarious “Grey's Anatomy ”spoof

"I can’t see s---."

The perfect penis parody is just what the doctor ordered.

While visiting Jimmy Kimmel Live on Tuesday, hip-hop legends Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, and 50 Cent put down their microphones and picked up their stethoscopes to try to save Jimmy Kimmel's life — and find his genitals — in a hilarious Grey’s Anatomy–themed sketch titled Dre’s Anatomy.

The drama all began when a nurse wheeled an unconscious Kimmel into Dre’s operating room, pointed at the host's lower half, and declared that she’d “never seen anything like this before."

Dre then lifted up Kimmel's privacy sheet. “What the f--- is this?” he asked. “This man has no penis.”

The statement woke Kimmel up from his stupor, and he immediately defended his body part. “I have a penis!” he said.

To which Dre replied, “Not according to what I’m looking at.”

<p>Jimmy Kimmel Live/YouTube</p> Dr. Dre, Snoop, and Jimmy Kimmel in the 'Dre's Anatomy' sketch on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'

Jimmy Kimmel Live/YouTube

Dr. Dre, Snoop, and Jimmy Kimmel in the 'Dre's Anatomy' sketch on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'

Dre then tapped another doctor on staff, Dr. Broadus — a.k.a. Snoop Dogg — to solve the problem.

“I can’t see s---,” Snoop bluntly replied, before he and Dre attempted to locate Kimmel’s missing appendage using a magnifying glass, to no avail.

“I think we’re going to need a specialist,” Dre said, before calling Dr. Jackson, a.k.a 50 Cent, who appeared with a massive telescope pointed directly at Kimmel’s crotch.

Once the late-night host's penis was found, Snoop and 50 Cent had to coach Dre through the procedure, which he performed entirely with the telescope.

In the end, Dre lifted up a small pink blob that Snoop described as a “piece of bubblegum.”

“A Juicy Fruit,” 50 Cent added.

The surgery would have been a success — if that had been what Kimmel was hospitalized for.

“Can you put that back?” the host asked. “I came in for a colonoscopy. I don’t know what’s going on here, but I — maybe I’ll come back later? Like, tomorrow, or something?”

“Relax nephew,” Snoop replied as he fitted a mask filled with smoke to Kimmel’s face, adding, “Cheers to the next episode.”

As Kimmel’s heart rate increased, Dre noticed that it sounded eerily similar to his 1999 hit “Still D.R.E." and asked to turn the heart monitor up. The doctors all grooved to its beat as they tried to bring Kimmel back to life with a defibrillator before giving up, having a smoke, and dancing along to the song as the host flatlined in the background.

A title card for Dre’s Anatomy that followed the scene revealed that several other famous doctors would be checking into the fictional series, including Benedict Cumberbatch as his Marvel character, Dr. Stephen Strange; Patrick Dempsey as his Grey’s Anatomy character, Dr. Derek Shepherd; Dr. Anthony Fauci; Mike Myers as Austin Powers' Dr. Evil; and DeForest Kelley as Dr. Leonard “Bones” McCoy from Star Trek.

The clip then cut to a trailer for a new episode of EM, a spoof of ER starring Eminem. "You only get one shot," the rapper said while holding a comically large needle.

50 Cent, who was injured in a 2000 shooting, then popped up and replied, "One shot? I've been shot nine times."

"That's a weird flex," Eminem said, "but okay."

"Thank you, Doctor McDre-my," Kimmel joked at the end of the clip.

Dre, Snoop, Snoop Dogg, and 50 Cent appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live in celebration of Dre receiving his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Tuesday.

“By the way, I just want to say as a disclaimer: That skit was Jimmy’s idea,” Dre declared at the beginning of their interview on the show. “Just so everybody knows, okay?!”

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