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Craig makes the cheating Governor of South Carolina, Mark Sanford, the focus of tonight's monologue. This before welcoming his first guest, MARY STEENBURGEN, co-star of the NEW movie, The Proposal. Later, BETTYE LaVETTE, performs a song from her album, A Change Is Gonna Come. TODD SAWYER also performs.
The Proposal, (which also stars Sandra Bullock, Ryan Reynolds, Graig T. Nelson and Betty White) released on June 19, 2009
Bettye LaVette's NEW album, A Change is Gonna Come, is available on itunes
Craig: (reading an email) John says, Craig, if someone gave you a million dollars to be a dancer in a Richard Simmons video, would you do it? Damn straight I do it, I'd do it for 40 bucks.
Craig: Some people are saying Governor Sanford's career is over, I'm like I don't think so. Sexual hi-jinks are not necessarily a handicap in South Carolina. The University of South Carolina's football team is called the Gamecocks. I didn't know they were a football team until after I bought season tickets. I was very disappointed.
Craig: (about Mark Sanford) ...I think what the wife should do is just wear a t-shirt, one of those t-shirts that says "I'm with Stupid".
Craig: The one thing I noticed during the press conference today was that Gov. Sanford's wife was not at his side. Good for her, good for you! I never understood why they had to stand by there douchebag at the press conference.
Craig: (about Mark Sanford) He said wanted to do something exotic, clearly he wanted to do someone exotic.
Craig: (talking about South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford) He admitted he was having an affair, I'm like great now we're outsourcing mistresses.