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Ferguson Preempts Late Late Show Monologue
July 23, 2012  | By Eric Gould
 

Ferguson Preempts Late Late Show Monologue
 — Usually Late Late Show host Craig Ferguson begins the CBS show with his trademark phrase, "It's a great day in America." But on July 20, following the mass shootings in Aurora, Colorado, Ferguson felt differently. So the late-night show host sat down in front of the camera to explain why he was preempting his own monologue. What followed was an authentic, heartfelt moment that demonstrated why Ferguson is not just one of the funniest men on TV, but one of the smartest broadcasters on the air. –EG
 
 
 
 
 
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