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The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson: Dominic Monaghan, Rosemarie DeWitt

More lunacy from the leader of the Republican Party (Rush Limbaugh), plus Oprah's birthday is the focus of tonight's monologue. We then get a visit from the Governor of California "Arnold Schwarzenegger". Later, DOMINIC MONAGHAN, an upcoming guest on the series, Chuck, is tonight's first guest. Also, star of the Showtime series, The United States of Tara, ROMEMARIE DeWITT, stops in.


Episode Info


Episode number: 5x19
Airdate: Thursday January 29th, 2009



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Guest Stars
Dominic MonaghanDominic Monaghan
As Himself
Recurring
Rosemarie DeWittRosemarie DeWitt
As Herself
Recurring
Main Cast
Craig FergusonCraig Ferguson
As Himself
Shadoe StevensShadoe Stevens
voiced Himself
Episode Notes
Chuck airs Monday nights on NBC

United States of Tara airs Sunday nights on Showtime



Music
ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Julie AndrewsSound of Musicopening segment


Episode Quotes
Craig: If you're looking to get Oprah something special for her birthday you can forget it, she's got two!

Craig: In Washington, in response to President Obama's stimulus package, Rush Limbaugh has proposed the Rush Limbaugh stimulus package. That's true. That's what this country needs. We need a stimulus package proposed by a fat DJ. That's what we need.

Craig: Did you know that Elisabeth Hassleback on The View today announce that she was pregnant? Good luck to you Elisabeth, congratulations. But she'll have to deal with the crying, the drooling, the diaper changing and when she's done with Barabra Walters she'll have to take care of the baby.

Craig: Actually Rush Limbaugh's stimulus package is just a package containing a big bottle of stimulants.



Warning: The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson season 5 episode 19 guide may contain spoilers
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