Tommy Chong reminisces about his old bandmate, Bobby Taylor, who passed away on July 22. Taylor was the lead singer of the Vancouvers; they had a hit record on Motown with "Does Your Mama Know About Me," which Chong co-wrote, in 1968.
I see Hillary in the White House and I see Bernie as Vice President and I see an Obama executive order changing pot to Schedule II and I see him pardoning all the drug offenders, myself included.
In June 2012, Tommy Chong revealed he was suffering from prostate cancer. Less than a year later, the pot comic reported that he'd kicked the disease with the help of various therapies, including hemp oil. Now, two years hence, Chong says he has rectal cancer.
Top CelebStoner Tommy Chong on his incredible three-month run on "Dancing With the Stars": "I proved to myself and the world that a 76-year-old stoner could hang with the best of them."
A comment in an interview in the Denver Post, which stated, "It's time to get away from Cheech & Chong propaganda," prompted us to ask Tommy Chong what he thinks.
The ever sarcastic Tommy Chong is at it again, commenting on why it's a "good thing" that he doesn't "do drugs." Check out his reason…
Since the Drug Czar position is about to be vacated by Gil Kerlikowske, we asked Tommy Chong what he would do if he became the nation's next Drug Czar.
4:20 is the stoner's excuse to get high on pot. The story of how it began has many versions, all of which are plausible considering the stoned sources.