Craig Kilborn interviews Celebrity guests, with sketch-comedy thrown in.
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 Himself - Host / ... (528 episodes, 1999-2004)
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Craig Kilborn interviews Celebrity guests, with sketch-comedy thrown in.

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31 March 1999 (USA)  »

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The Late Late Show  »

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'Craig Ferguson', Adam Carolla, Michael Ian Black, and D.L. Hughley were among the contenders for Craig Kilborn's replacement on show, with all of them having guest hosted episodes. Ferguson was soon hired as the new host. See more »

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Announcer: And now it's time for 'Craig Almost Seals The Deal With His Lady Friend, But Blows It On The Very Last Line.'
Craig Kilborn: Honey, why don't we take a trip to New England this weekend. We can watch the spring flowers bloom, shop in the cute little antique stores. And then afterwards you can polish off my junk.
Announcer: And that was, 'Craig Almost Seals The Deal With His Lady Friend, But Blows It On The Very Last Line.'
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Featured in In the Bedroom (2001) See more »

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Craig Kilborn is elegant, classy, and hilarious. The show is uniquely witty... simply funny.
28 July 2001 | by (Panama City, Panama.) – See all my reviews

The Late Late Show has a perfect mixture of style, cleverness and comedy. The writers have conceived material that is freshly original and keenly witty. The show has never-before-seen segments in talk shows, including one in which Kilborn looks at the camera saying something completely out of place... irreverent, yet original and funny, given a special touch to by Kilborn's charm and talent. As time goes by, it improves, which accounts for Kilborn's, the writers' and the entire staff's hard work. They have now created a game for the two interviewees of the night called "Yambo"... come on, just that name is hilarious (it's also fun to say... try it yourself). Furthermore, the quality of the jokes and the manner in which Kilborn tells them has been perfected. Kilborn seems to enjoy himself more and is more assertive than what he was a year ago. Kudos to him and the entire staff.

I earnestly recommend this show to anyone that can keep awake after eleven at night... actually, if you cannot keep awake after that hour, drink some coffee and watch it. Kilborn is sure to give you a few laughs (sometimes even those hard to get belly-laughs) before you go to sleep. I dare say that he will one day obtain the same degree of expertise in talk show hosting as Johnny Carson. I am enthusiastically looking forward to that. Great host, great material, great show.


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