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The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson: Justin Long, Lawrence Block

Craig celebrated his 47th birthday over the weekend and tonight it's (of course) the focus of the monolgue. He feels like he's getting old and shows us what thinks he'll be like when that really does occur. Later, JUSTIN LONG (Drag Me to Hell) is the first guest of the night. Also author LAWRENCE BLOCK is on to plug his new book, Step by Step: A Pedestrian Memoir.

Episode Info  
Guest Stars
Justin LongJustin Long
As Himself
Lawrence Block (1)Lawrence Block (1)
As Himself

Daniel McVicarDaniel McVicar
As Himself
Main Cast
Craig FergusonCraig Ferguson
As Himself
Shadoe StevensShadoe Stevens
voiced Himself
Episode Notes
Lawrence Block's NEW book, Step by Step: A Pedestrian Memoir, released on May 19th, 2009

Drag Me to Hell (which stars Alison Lohman) released on May 29th, 2009

ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Britney SpearsOops!... I Did It Againopening segment with Jeff and the puppets

Episode Quotes
Craig: (to the audience over the opening applause) Come on it's great fun doing pretend applause, I understand. Sometimes I just do it when I'm alone.

Craig: Although we're a bit nervous here in LA cause there was an earthquake last night. (gasps in fake horror) I damn near pooped my hands and then there was the earthquake.

Craig: (talking about a potential sex theme park) have great rides in a sex theme park. Instead of spinning tea cups you could have spinning D cups. You could have Space Mounting, Alice in Wondergland...

Craig: I don't like birthdays. I hate being the center of attention, it's why I do this show.

Craig: That's right gay bulls drive and talk like Scooby Doo.

Craig: Anyway there's a quote by George Bernard Shaw that says youth is wasted on the young and I'm not sure if that's true cause when I was young I was pretty wasted.

Other Episode Crew

Executive ProducerPeter Lassally
Supervising ProducerCathy Hoeven
ProducerMichael Naidus
Associate DirectorJennifer Giandalone  |  Tim Mancinelli
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