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The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson: Patricia Arquette, Dominic Cooper

Craig's monologue tonight notes the massive country wide celebration that's taking place in the People's Republic of China. Being that it's their 60th anniversary since becoming communist. Later, the star of the newest hit drama on CBS, friday nights Medium, PATRICIA ARQUETTE pays a visit to plug her new series. Also, DOMINIC COOPER from the new movie, A Education.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 5x160
Airdate: Thursday October 01st, 2009

Director: (Unknown)
Writer: (Unknown)

Guest Stars
Patricia ArquettePatricia Arquette
As Herself
Dominic CooperDominic Cooper
As Himself
Main Cast
Craig FergusonCraig Ferguson
As Himself
Shadoe StevensShadoe Stevens
voiced Himself
Episode Notes
Medium airs on CBS Friday nights @ 9:00

A Education begins limits release on October 9th, 2009.

Check out Craig's "Map of China"

ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
WarrantCherry Pieduring the preview of Medium

Episode Quotes
Craig: You know the Forbes magazine? I don't either but Forbes magazine has released a list of the 400 richest people in the country. It was shocking to me, I had no idea they were 400 rich people left in the country.

Craig: Do you know that veterinarians are reporting, veterinarians are saying that dogs are living longer lives than ever before. That's to change now that Michael Vick is out of jail.

Craig: Tonight in China they had all kinds of celebrations. In Beijing they had the largest fireworks display in history. Now there's no way for us to verify that it was largest fireworks display in history but that's what the government is saying and if you can't trust a repressive, totalitarian dictatorship who can you trust?

Craig: Parades in America are very different they're not about showing off weaponary except for the gay pride parade.

Craig: When I was a kid growing up China represented something exotic and mysterious to me, when I was a kid my dad used make what you called "chinese egg". Which is a huge treat, but he would only make it when my mother wasn't around and he would have to cook. It was a boiled egg with toast cut into squares and mashed up in a cup. And I would say to my mother, Mom, Dad made us something special and you don't know what it is, it's Chinese egg and she would say that's just boiled egg, your fathers a drunk.

Craig: Chinese egg was not really chinese food or as they call it in China, food.

Other Episode Crew

Executive ProducerPeter Lassally
Supervising ProducerCathy Hoeven
ProducerMichael Naidus
Associate ProducerErin Willetts
Production DesignerAkira Yoshimura  |  Joe Stewart
EditorKip Gibson  |  Brian Rosner
Make-upTrent Cotner
Camera OperatorSandra Harris  |  Mark McIntire (2)  |  Jim Velarde  |  Joel Binger
Property MasterJoe Gubbins
Script SupervisorErica Scandariato
Script CoordinatorMelissa Preston
Art DirectorChristopher Goumas
Production ManagerB. Leigh Hale
Sound MixerOtto Svoboda
Associate DirectorTim Mancinelli  |  Jennifer Giandalone
Segment ProducerMegan O'toole  |  Lisa Ammerman  |  Cole Wilson  |  Ian Kornbluth  |  David Podemski
Main Title ThemeCraig Ferguson  |  Todd Yasui  |  Austin Stroker  |  Tim Mosher
Production AccountantStacy Mogenson
Main Title Theme Written/performedCraig Ferguson
Make-up & HairMichelle Daurio
ResearcherErik Gamborg  |  Shastina Leonard
Lighting DirectorRod Yamane
Talent CoordinatorJulie Brabham
Original MusicCraig Ferguson
Lighting DesignerTed Wells
Assistant To The Executive ProducerChristine Mason  |  Julianne Homokay
Stage ManagerDency Nelson
Production StaffMatthew Kugler  |  Amber Manfredi  |  Brittany Perlin  |  Andrea Wayland  |  Jeff Arnold  |  Joseph Bolter
Talent ExecutiveSarah Goldsmith  |  Jennifer Furmaniak
Technical DirectorOleg Sekulovski
Electronic EffectsScott Bergman  |  Vanessa Ryden
Assistant To ProducerChris Saladin
Wardrobe StylistCarlos Brown
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