Saving Grace airs Mondays @ 10 on TnT.
Andrew Bird's NEW album, Noble Beast, released on January 20th, 2009
Craig: One in ten Californians are unemployed, one in ten, people in California are unemployed. Unfortunately Arnold Schwarzenegger isn't one of them.
Craig: Do you know on a snake's skeleton there are little bones where the legs used to be? That's true there are, that's not a joke. They used to have bones, they still do on the snakes skeleton. These bones are known as anal spurs, that's true, they are known as anal spurs. I like saying anal spurs and also saying that makes me nostalgic cause I used to dance under the name Anal Spurs.
Craig: ...you know you can milk a snake? You can milk a snake. What you do is you grab it behind the head and you hold a collecting vile up to it's mouth and you put pressure on the venom gland and the venom comes out. You can do the same thing to Ann Coulter.
Craig: (talking about the snaked in the garden of eden) When a snake tales you to start eating the apples you should stop eating the mushrooms.
Craig: (reading the viewer email) Alison in Chicago says did you ever think about faking your own death and coming back as someone else? I thought about it a lot during the monologue tonight.