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The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson: Forest Whitaker, Adam Savage & Jamie Hyneman, A Fine Frenzy

Craig's finally admitting that he's getting older so tonight in the monologue he gives us a preview of the good and bad things that are to come. Later, FORREST WHITAKER, from the new movie, Where the Wild Things Are, stops by for a chat. And, the hosts of Craig's favorite show, Mythbusters, ADAM SAVAGE and JAMIE HYNEMAN pay a visit. Also, A FINE FRENZY performs a song from her album, Bomb in a Birdcage.

Episode Info


Episode number: 5x170
Airdate: Thursday October 15th, 2009

Director: (Unknown)
Writer: (Unknown)


Guest Stars
Forest WhitakerForest Whitaker
As Himself
Recurring
Adam SavageAdam Savage
As Himself
Jamie HynemanJamie Hyneman
As Himself

Musical Guests
A Fine FrenzyA Fine Frenzy
As Herself
Main Cast
Craig FergusonCraig Ferguson
As Himself
Shadoe StevensShadoe Stevens
voiced Himself
Episode Notes
Mythbusters airs Wednesday nights on Discovery Channel @ 9:00

Where the Wild Things Are released on October 16th, 2009

A Fine Frenzy's album, Bomb in a Birdcage, released on September 8th, 2009



Music
ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
A Fine FrenzyBlow Away 


Episode Quotes
Craig: I Love Lucy and this show are very different of course. One is made on a 1950's budget with cheap sets and old jokes...and a guy with a funny accent...and the other one is I Love Lucy.

Craig: I'm getting involved in thinking about senior citizens. I'm noticing more early bird specials when ever I walk around. I find myself watching reruns of Matlock all the time. I'm strangely attracted to Angela Lansbury.

Craig: Social security is the governments most popular program. A couple of years ago, remember, George Bush wanted to "privatize social security" and put all the money into the stock market. That would have worked out. That would be like letting Michael Vick watch your dog. That doesn't make any sense at all.

Craig: Now legally they're three stages of aging. At 50 you can join the AARP. At 65 you start getting the social security checks and at 75 you are legally allowed to slap the waitress on the ass and call her toots.

Craig: (talking about Bruce Springsteen turning 60) These days he doesn't know if he's dancing in the dark or if he just has cataracts.



Other Episode Crew

Executive ProducerPeter Lassally
Supervising ProducerCathy Hoeven
ProducerMichael Naidus
Associate ProducerErin Willetts
Production DesignerJoe Stewart  |  Akira Yoshimura
EditorKip Gibson  |  Brian Rosner
Make-upTrent Cotner
Camera OperatorJim Velarde  |  Joel Binger  |  Mark McIntire (2)  |  Sandra Harris
Property MasterJoe Gubbins
Script SupervisorErica Scandariato
Script CoordinatorMelissa Preston
Art DirectorChristopher Goumas
Production ManagerB. Leigh Hale
Sound MixerOtto Svoboda
Associate DirectorJennifer Giandalone  |  Tim Mancinelli
Segment ProducerMegan O'toole  |  Lisa Ammerman  |  Cole Wilson  |  Ian Kornbluth  |  David Podemski
Main Title ThemeAustin Stroker  |  Craig Ferguson  |  Todd Yasui  |  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
Lighting DesignerTed Wells
Assistant To The Executive ProducerChristine Mason  |  Julianne Homokay
Stage ManagerDency Nelson
Production StaffAmber Manfredi  |  Jeff Arnold  |  Matthew Kugler  |  Brittany Perlin  |  Andrea Wayland  |  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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