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The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson: Jennifer Tilly, Heidi Newfield

It's April Fool's day and the show opens with the announcement that the Late Late Show has been cancelled (because Craig became invisible). Craig then does the usual in the monologue and relays some stories about favorite April Fool's day pranks. Later JENNIFER TILLY (Bart Got A Room) is on. Also, HEIDI NEWFIELD performs a song from her debut album, What Am I Waiting For.


Episode Info


Episode number: 5x56
Airdate: Wednesday April 01st, 2009



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Guest Stars
Jennifer Tilly
As Herself
Recurring

Musical Guests
Heidi Newfield
As Herself
Main Cast
Craig Ferguson
As Himself
Shadoe Stevens
voiced Himself
Episode Notes
Bart Got A Room released on April 3rd, 2009

Heidi Newfield's debut album, What Am I Waiting For, released on August 5th, 2008



Music
ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Heidi NewfieldJohnny and June 


Episode Quotes
Craig: I'm getting to old to pretend I'm the Queen of England dancing to Beyonce.

Craig: (talking about April Fool's day) It's like telling Michael Jackson there's a Chuck E Cheese opening next to his house. It's cruel.

Craig: Now of course there's no such thing as a spaghetti tree but thousands were calling up the BBC, it's a very well known story now. (talking in a British accent) I say where can I get a spaghetti tree? I'd like to purchase one of your spaghetti trees and I wonder does it come with a meatball bush?

Craig: By the way, Meatball Bush is the name I used to dance under.



Warning: The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson season 5 episode 56 guide may contain spoilers
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