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The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson: Chelsea Handler, Richard Wolffe, Gavin DeGraw

Craig is still fascinated by the success of the movie G-Force and that prompts him to focus tonight's monologue on other talking animal movies (Dr. Dolittle, Babe). Later, the first guest of the night, CHELSEA HANDLER, who hosts her own late night comedy series, Chelsea Lately on E!. Also, MSNBC correspondent RICHARD WOLFFE drops by to discuss his NEW book, Renegade: The Making of a President.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 5x127
Airdate: Monday July 27th, 2009

Guest Stars
Chelsea HandlerChelsea Handler
As Herself
Richard WolffeRichard Wolffe
As Himself
Episode Notes
Chelsea Lately airs weeknights @ 11:00 pm on E!

Richard Wolffe's book, Renegade: The Making of a President, released on June 2nd, 2009

Episode Quotes
Craig: (talking about the movie Babe) Do you know though that they used 15 different pigs to play Babe? Cause pigs grow very fast and they're delicious.

Craig: (talking about how impressive the acting in Babe was) So after I saw the Babe movie I stopped acting and did 8 years on the Drew Carey Show.

Craig: The original Dr. Dolittle movie had a lot of made up animals as well, they had something called a push me, pull you. A two headed antelope, two heads no ass, no poop to clean up. Now when Eddie Murphy did Dr. Dolittle he wanted to change the push me, pull you, he spent months driving up and down Santa Monica Boulevard looking for a creature with two asses.

Craig: Now talking animals are still used in PSA's. Smokey the Bear, he tells kids they can prevent forest fires, but you should never trust a bear who is wearing a Ranger's hat. Usually means he ate the ranger.

Other Episode Crew

Executive ProducerPeter Lassally
Supervising ProducerCathy Hoeven
ProducerMichael Naidus
Associate DirectorTim Mancinelli
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