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Craig's being forced to work on Labor Day, and tonight he makes the holiday the focus of the monologue. Touching on the President's back to school speech (despite the nutjob conservative's paranoid objections), and the brouhaha at the annual Venice Film Festival. Later, JULIETTE LEWIS stops in for a chat (and later performs). Also, ALEX O'LOUGHLIN from the new CBS series, Three Rivers is on.
Juliette Lewis (and the New Romantics) album, Terra Incognita, released on September 1st, 2009
Three Rivers debuts on CBS on Sunday, October 4th, 2009 @ 9:00 pm
Craig: (talking about his upcoming autobiography) Now over the next few weeks I am going to be very busy. I'll be doing signings for the book, I'll be doing interviews, I'll be makiing up fake names to write good reviews of the book on Amazon.
Craig: (talking about his upcoming autobiography) Do you know what's in this book? Neither do I.
Craig: It's a great day for our President. President Barack Obama, he won, he did, yeah. He's getting ready for a speech he's giving to school children tommorrow. He said he wants the speech to be at third grade level, so he's testing it on Joe Biden.
Craig: Do you know that there's a big brouhaha going on at the Venice film festival? The guests at the Venice Film Festival this year include, Michael Moore and the Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez. That was the guy that called George (W.) Bush, El Diablo. Now people are saying that the festival shouldn't have invited that crazy America hating loonatic or Hugo Chavez.
Craig: Today we celebrate the American work force so of course CBS made me work.
Craig: I am a bit sad today cause I had to say goodbye to my pool boy. We had a great summer together and next year I might even get a pool.
Craig: Do you know what was great? I was driving to work this morning and there was no traffic in L.A. today. It only took me ten minutes. I could have did it in 5 but I had to go out of my way to find someone to give the finger to.
Craig: The hookers work every day of the year except Thanksgiving, Christmas and Arboy day. Arbor day is when they trim the bushes.
Craig: Anyway, prostitutes and I both worked today. We're very different of course, me and prostitutes. One does disgusting stuff for money and feels ashamed afterwards and the other one is prostitutes.
Craig: This is from Grace in Clifton Park in New York. She says, where is an affordable to go to rehab? I get asked that a lot.