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Craig covers the topic of snakes (why?) and even touches on the snake in the Garden of Eve (yes it sucked) in tonight's monologue. Thankfully, the nights first guest is the star of the TNT series, Saving Grace, the lovely, HOLLY HUNTER. Later, the musical guest is the unique, ANDREW BIRD.
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.