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The cancellation of the New Kids on the Block (Australian) reunion tour, Jack Black's new movie, 'Year One' and the FCC's 75th birthday take focus in tonight's monologue. Later, BRYAN CRANSTON, from the AMC (American Movie Classics) original series, Breaking Bad, stops by for a chat. Also, indie rocker-gone-country, BEN KWELLER performs a song from his album, Changing Horses.
Tonight's episode marked the 900th broadcast.
Breaking Bad airs on AMC, Sunday nights @ 10 pm
Ben Kweller's new album, Changing Horses, released on February 3rd, 2009
Graig: Did you know a bus driver in England was fired when they found out she was also a porn star? Which is really sad cause most people on the bus said it was the best ride of their life.
Craig: I don't know that I wanna see Jack Black in a fur bikini. Although he's a very hairy guy, Jack Black, he could just shave his stomach and it would look like he was wearing a fur bikini.
Craig: 900 shows? If you take out commercial time that's like 4 hours of television.
Craig: Hey there's a big birthday today, the FCC turns 75 today. The FCC is the organization that stops foul language from going on TV. A fine organization. To them I say happy f*#king birthday.
Craig: I likes me my Friday's.
Craig: The New Kids on the Block, remember them? They are great. Anyway they had to cancel their Australian tour because of the bad economy...and of course because it's no longer 1989.
Craig: There's a couple of new movies opening today that I'm very excited about. One is called, Year One, it's about ancient times. It stars Jack Black and you know in ancient times if you committed a crime you got stoned and something tells me that Jack Black has committed a lot crimes.