Late Late Show Highlights
The pre-opening credit segment from last night’s Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson stared Sid the rabbit, which means it was hilarious and is totally worth watching:
Here were my favorite monologue jokes:
Thank you, everyone. Thank you. Please sit down, relax and pretend it was all a dream, and you really did make it into the Price Is Right and you didn’t get thrown in here.
It’s a great day for America, everybody. It is actually because the American hikers that were being held in Iran were freed today. They had been held in captivity for two years. And the first thing they said to reporters was: What’s Ashton Kutcher doing on Two and a Half Men?
Bill Clinton revealed today that he turned down Dancing with the Stars. I would have loved that. He said it was a scheduling issue. I think he’s just hoping to get on The Bachelor.
The desk segment was tweetmail. It turned out to be entertaining enough to share:
James Spader was the first couch guest. He is one of the new season of The Office. The interview was very, for lack of a better word, pleasant. James was a good shade of mellow, from his clothes to his demeanor to how he answered Craig’s questions. Craig took his cue from James and decided to be reasonably mellow too. They talked about stuff, and when it was all over the first word that came to me was “pleasant.” Is the interview worth posting here? No, not really, but it was pleasant.
Juno Temple was second couch guest. She’s in the upcoming film Dirty Girl. The interview was a lot of fun. Juno was nervous and Craig was very gentle. It’s worth watching:
The closing segment was funny and tied the whole show together:
Really good show. I give it: