If you only know Craig Ferguson as host of The Late Late Show or as Drew Carey's sitcom boss, you're missing out. The gloriously ribald Scot takes to the stage in this all-new extended and ... See full summary »
Craig Ferguson wants to tell a joke. And he'll try to finish the joke. But he may not remember to get to the punchline, because he's distracted by hysterical thoughts of fatherhood, Helen ... See full summary »
In his second comedy special for EPIX, Craig Ferguson puts his sometimes cheeky, always irreverent spin on universal topics from sex and drugs to rock & roll-including his hilarious experiences with Mick Jagger and Kenny G.
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.
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So here we have the very first-ever live stand-up DVD offering from "TV's Craig Ferguson", and what a great offering it is. For over an hour, the man whose name is an anagram for 'a surging force' holds court at the Wilbur Theatre in Boston, hilariously riffing on a myriad of topics including (but not limited to) his days as an alcoholic, his fondness for junkies, the sex/drugs/r&r lifestyle, James Bond, Scotland, his mother, being a new American citizen and the gargantuan reptile that lives in his pants (apparently there's nothing 'wee' about the man).
This is a must for fans of the TV show, needless to say, but if you're not familiar with The Late Late Show and you're in the market for some savvy, irreverently outrageous - but never mean-spirited - humor, this is for you as well.
There's also a really cool interview with Ferguson, where he shares at length what it means to him to have become an American citizen. Also included: a speech he gave on July 4th in Boston, where he expounds further on being a citizen and what America and freedom mean to him. Very inspiring stuff.
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