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The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson: Gerard Butler, Jackie Collins

Belgian Independence Day is the celebration of the night and the focus of the monologue (see quotes). Later, welcoming the star of the upcoming film, The Ugly Truth, GERARD BUTLER (the movie Craig appears in) as the first guest of the night. Also, world famous author JACKIE COLLINS (Married Lovers) checks in with her latest offering.

Episode Info  
Guest Stars
Jackie CollinsJackie Collins
As Herself
Jackie CollinsJackie Collins
As Herself
Gerard ButlerGerard Butler
As Himself
Main Cast
Craig FergusonCraig Ferguson
As Himself
Craig FergusonCraig Ferguson
As Himself
Shadoe StevensShadoe Stevens
voiced Himself
Episode Notes
The Ugly Truth (also stars Katherine Heigl) released on July 24th 2009

Jackie Collins latest novel, Married Lovers, is now out in paperback.

Episode Quotes
Craig: (talking about Jean Claude Van Damme) He was the Muscles from Brussels when he was doing his thing. I used have a name like that when I first came to America. I was the 'Hot Mess from Loch Ness'.

Craig: I'm not really a rebel, I'm just a whore for CBS.

Craig: There's over 800 types of beer made in Belgium, I know I drank them all in one night. I woke up in a brothel in Amsterdam. I worked there for 6 months before I sobered up. Besty damn blackout of my life.

Craig: (talking about a language spoke in some parts of Belguim) Flemish is a language that's been dying out since the invention of anti biotics.

Craig: Smurfs are from Belguim, remember the Smurfs? They were the blue guys that lived in the forest. It was a little village of Smurfs, there were 50 men Smurfs and one girl. No wonder they were all blue really.

Other Episode Crew

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