Making a satire out of the entire Late Night Show concept Scotsman Craig Ferguson hosts his show with a robot skeleton and a "horse" as his sidekicks. The show features the stereotypical parts of a Late Show, but all in their own, raw way.
Josh Robert Thompson
Virtually the same format as "So Graham Norton" but a shorter show for a daily Monday to Friday late evening slot recorded earlier on the day of broadcast. Full of sexual innuendo, crude stories and glamorous guests.
Very, very, very, rude, but very, very, very funny TV show
Graham Norton, the not-very-famous (yet) camp, gay, actor/interviewer presents his own chat-show in his inimitable style. Recently he has interviewed top stars such as Ursula Andress, Grace Jones, Billy Zane, and, most famous of all, Joan Collins, who have all taken the saucy style of interview (with slots such as "Celebrity Swearing" and "Audience Confessions") in their stride, with only slightly red faces. The most famous of the segments on the show is the "phoning up" part, where Graham has celebrity interviewees phone porn/chat lines or pizza takeaways, encouraging them to ask the unsuspecting person on the other end of the line as rude questions as possible. The most successful of these has been the "Miles O'Keeffe" ritual humiliation, which has now become a regular slot each week on the show. Graham now insists on telephoning, live, "Tarzan, the Ape-Man" actor (with Bo Derek) every week! Have fun, and don't be too offended!
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