The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson: Season 6, Episode 65

Episode #6.65 (15 Dec. 2009)

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For his 1000th show, Craig Ferguson hosts the entire program through his alligator puppet Wavy Rancheros, and puppets also fill in as his characters Aquaman and Sean Connery.

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Himself
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Herself
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Herself
Michelle Brooke ...
Herself - Dancer
Jillian Yocum ...
Herself - Dancer
Kellie Corbett ...
Herself - Dancer
Art Grueneberger ...
Himself - Puppeteer
Joe Gubbins ...
Himself - Props (as Joe Props)
Peter Schmitt ...
Himself - Stage Technician
Craig Kobayashi ...
Himself - Stage Technician
George Mitchell ...
Himself - Wardrobe (as George)
Chris Hilty ...
Himself - Sound Crew
Ron Paul ...
Himself - Stage Manager
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Himself / Dracula
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For his 1000th show, Craig Ferguson hosts the entire program through his alligator puppet Wavy Rancheros, and puppets also fill in as his characters Aquaman and Sean Connery.

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Craig Ferguson is only visible during the final song in a wide group shot of the cast, costumed as Prince Charles, and in rehearsal footage over the end credits. See more »

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Dracula's Lament
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Written and performed by Jason Segel
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