Late Late Show Highlights
The pre-opening credit segment from last night’s Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson was decent enough:
Here were my favorite monologue jokes:
It’s the third week of the Occupy Wall Street protest in New York. And today the protest shut down an entire Manhattan street. And then, the cops asked Michael Moore to move.
Happy anniversary to President Obama and the lovely Michelle. They got married on this day in 1992. They had a nice private dinner to celebrate the 19th anniversary of the last time someone said “yes” to an Obama proposal.
The Supreme Court is back in session. I don’t know much about the Supreme Court, but if it’s anything like the supreme taco then it’s a like a regular court, but with extra sour cream.
If you’re appointed as a Supreme Court Justice it’s a very big responsibility. It’s a job for life! It’s like being Jay Leno.
The desk segment was tweetmail. It wasn’t very good. We’re going to skip it.
Lilly Tomlin was the first couch guest. She is an actress/comedian. I have to say, I’m not really sure what I watched, but it was pretty darn entertaining, and I recommend it. Here’s the interview:
Ioan Gruffudd was second couch guest. He’s on the show The Ringer. The interview was pretty decent. Craig was funny and Ioan had a good time. It’s worth watching:
The closing segment was a two-second good-bye.
A better show then I honestly thought it was going to be. I give it: