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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 uncensored stand-up special for a night of jokes and storytelling peppered with the kinds of words he's not allowed to say on network TV.Written by
if you're a fan, go watch it - if you're not, stick to his late night shows.
the big difference between this show and the late late show Ferguson does is swear words. He swears a lot, and it makes him come off a little aggressive.
Now I am not a prude - I love cursing - but somehow it just works better with Craig having "ooh-lah-lahs" censorship. Cursing adds nothing positive to the show - it does detract from his natural charm,.
Regarding the material, it is okay- but mostly run of the mill. Far from spectacular. The few new jokes you'll find here aren't really that good, and certainly not original in any way.
So in summary: If you're a huge fan, watch it - if you just enjoy his late late show antics, give it a pass.
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