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The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson
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TV Series
    (January 3, 2005-December 19, 2014)
    Created by David Letterman
    Starring Craig Ferguson
    Filmed in Los Angeles, California
    Aired on CBS
    There was no on screen announcer.
    There was no live band.
    Because Craig is from the UK, the show frequently parodied British celebrities.
    The show's main humor relied on double entendres and innuendos.
    Craig usually cracked up during skits.
    Reading e-mails containing goofy questions from crazy people is the main bit on the show.
    The show hardly, if ever, involved any of the crew.
    The entire show was Craig.
    He laughed at his own jokes.
    He kept swearing.
    The show became more successful once Craig Ferguson took over.
    It briefly beat out Late Night with Conan O’Brian in the ratings.
    Instead of the traditional monologue, Craig discussed current events and told stories.
    A lot of the show was improvised.
    A show where Craig eulogized his father was nominated for an Emmy.
    Craig had good chemistry with the guests.
    He vowed not to make any more Britney Spears jokes because of her problems.
    A running gag was to claim that Bob Barker is a vampire.

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