The Best Episodes of The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson
Last Updated: Dec 4, 2018
"The Late Late Show" is a (very) late night talk show hosted by Craig Ferguson and airs after "The Late Show with David Letterman". Craig hosts many international guests along with Geoff Peterson, his robot skeleton B.F.F.
#1 - Dick Van Dyke, Kerry Washington
Season 6 - Episode 183
#2 - Sigourney Weaver, Stanley Bing, Three 6 Mafia
Season 4 - Episode 108
#3 - Jan 04, 2005
Season 1 - Episode 2
Jon Cryer (Two and a Half Men) and Sophie Okonedo (from the film Hotel Rwanda) were the guests tonight, and Keb Mo returned by popular demand to play his song ""Talk To Each Other"".
#4 - Kristin Chenoweth, Linda Perry, guest co-hosts Julie Chen, Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underwood & Aisha Tyler
Season 11 - Episode 82
#5 - America Ferrera, Dan Riskin, Fred MacAulay
Season 6 - Episode 121
Tonight's guests are actress America Ferrera, biologist Dan Riskin, and comic Fred MacAulay.
#6 - Jan 05, 2005
Season 1 - Episode 3
#7 - Tom Selleck, Myq Kaplan
Season 6 - Episode 185
#8 - Mila Kunis, Nellie McKay
Season 6 - Episode 6
#9 - Carmen Electra, Dennis Lehane
Season 4 - Episode 200
#10 - Paris Hilton, Alex Dryden, Fred MacAulay
Season 6 - Episode 133
Tonight's guests are socialite Paris Hilton, writer/journalist Alex Dryden, and Scottish comedian Fred MacAulay.
#11 - Mila Kunis
Season 5 - Episode 144
This was Mila's first appearance on Craig Ferguson. Craig got Mila to open up and show her personality. This was one of the best Craig Ferguson interviews ever, When Craig showed his snake cup, Mila said that she was going to bring her own cup next time. Later, the staff found a second snake cup for Mila. Both were spontaneous and it was really entertaining. Alex Dryden had to be bumped due to lack of time. He might have ruined the show ... it was that good.
#12 - Archbishop Desmond Tutu
Season 5 - Episode 38
Peabody award-winning episode with guest Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
#13 - Kenneth Branagh, Christian Finnegan
Season 10 - Episode 79
From "Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit", director and actor Kenneth Branagh; stand-up comedy by Christian Fennigan.
#14 - Craig visits Scotland (4) with Mila Kunis, Rashida Jones, David Sedaris, Ariel Tweto, Fred MacAulay, The Imagineers
Season 8 - Episode 82
Part 4 of The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson in Scotland. Starring Mila Kunis, Rashida Jones, David Sedaris, Ariel Tweto, Scotland's own Fred MacAulay; music by The Imagineers; weird cows; introducing Jordan Malone as "Young Craig"; with Secretariat and Geoff Peterson as Geoff Peterson. Locations: Glasgow (Necropolis, Cathedral, the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, the Tron Theatre), Glamis Castle, Edinburgh (the Deacon Brodie's Tavern, a kilt shop), Arbroath harbour.
#15 - Stephen Fry
Season 6 - Episode 34
No studio audience, just Ferguson and guest Stephen Fry.
#16 - Stephen Wright, Ginnifer Goodwin
Season 10 - Episode 27
Comedian Steven Wright; from "Once Upon a Time", actress Ginnifer Goodwin.
#17 - Angela Kinsey, American Authors
Season 10 - Episode 55
From "The Gabriels", actress Angela Kinsey; musical guests American Authors; William Shatner stops by during the cold open to plug his album and smoke cigars with Craig.
#18 - Will Arnett, Pau Gasol
Season 10 - Episode 57
From "The Millers", actor Will Arnett; from the L.A. Lakers, NBA basketball player Pau Gasol.
#19 - Elijah Wood, Brie Larson
Season 10 - Episode 1
From "Wilfred (US)", actor Elijah Wood; from "Short Term 12" and "Don Jon", actress Brie Larson.
#20 - Morgan Freeman, Ben Dukes
Season 8 - Episode 101
#21 - First Minister Alex Salmond; Kelly MacDonald; Kevin McKidd
Season 8 - Episode 99
The First Minister of Scotland Alex Salmond; from "Brave", actress Kelly MacDonald and actor Kevin McKidd.
#22 - Craig visits Scotland (1) with Mila Kunis, Michael Clarke Duncan, Rashida Jones, Ariel Tweto, David Sedaris, The Imagineers
Season 8 - Episode 79
Part 1 of The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson in Scotland. Starring Mila Kunis, Michael Clarke Duncan, Rashida Jones, Ariel Tweto, David Sedaris, weird cows; music by The Imagineers; kilts; introducing Jordan Malone as "Young Craig"; with Secretariat and Geoff Peterson as Geoff Peterson. Locations: Glamis Castle, Arbroath (harbour, the beach), Glasgow Necropolis, the Spur Hotel in Cumbernauld, the Tron Theatre in Glasgow.
#23 - Mary Lynn Rajskub, Carl Edwards
Season 6 - Episode 169
#24 - Alice Eve, Shirley Jones
Season 10 - Episode 4
From "Star Trek Into Darkness", actress Alice Eve; actress Shirley Jones.