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Craig opens up about his personal obsession, Barbeque, in tonight's monologue. Noting virtually everything BBQ related including kinds of sauce available at the famous Risky's restaurant in Texas (see quotes). Later, Craig welcomes Officer Betty White from San Quentin prison. Also, author MITCH ALBOM is back to plug his new book, Have A Little Faith. BONNIE RAITT & TAJ MAHAL perform.
Mitch Albom's yet-to-be-released book, Have A Little Faith, released on September 29th, 2009
Craig: No, I can't get my tie the right length tonight. If it goes too long it covers up the area that everybody's watching for. And then if it's to short I look like a guy in a silent movie.
Craig: (talking about his son Milo) You know what he said to me the other day? Your grown up jokes are not funny to me. I said they're not funny to grown-ups either.
Craig: I'm driving to work today, the whole cities wearing next to nothing. Seeing all the sexy glistening bodies, the asses hanging out of thongs...the women aren't bad either.
Craig: (talking about how he likes the old smoked wood flavor of BBQ) You know there's a place on Hollywood Boulevard where they'll smoke your wood for twenty bucks? Tell them I sent you they'll put grill marks on your weiner.
Craig: They like the hot sauces in Texas, Risky's has got the hot death sauce, Satan's messenger and burns when I pee.