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Friday, January 15, 2010

Jills for Team Craig
Posted by Jill | 7:27 PM
Conan O'Brien will always have a special place in my heart for being Marc Maron's perfect foil, but I'm with Cookie Jill on who the underestimated gem in the late night crown is.

Ladies and Gentlemen, I bring you Craig Ferguson's Finest Moment:




UPDATE: Thanks to Lee in the comments for this one:



I may just have to start adding something else to the DVR, or else remember to catch the monologue over at the Insomniac's Vent-Hole.

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5 Comments:
Blogger victoria said...
I love Craig so much. His monologues can be amazing like the one you've got.

Anonymous tata said...
I loves me that Craig.

Blogger Lee said...
Last night's opening was pretty good too...

http://leesearles.wordpress.com/2010/01/15/craig-ferguson-the-classiest-guy-in-late-night/

Anonymous newbroom said...
I'm a sucker for that accent.

Blogger Bob said...
Craig really got hold of his show. Only wish he'd give more guests two segments. I think Conan was overwhelmed by the money, his stage set, the Universal Studio location. Remember, Leno started with the Carson type curtain set & then changed it to a Vegas lounge thing that was more his style, certainly worked for him. Conan will create a better show for himself, a bit smaller, probably closer to the old Late Night.