Thursday, November 18, 2010

11/8/10 Day 36

We slept in a bit this morning since we didn’t have anything planned until the afternoon and Sarah and Tom were at work.  Most of the morning was spent trying to print Craig Ferguson Show tickets on Tom’s ancient printer.  When we finally got that figured out we lounged around for a bit, then got all cleaned up for the show.
     At about 1pm we headed towards CBS Studios to get a parking spot and hopefully a good seat for the show.  We stood in a line outside for quite some time before we were lead into a more sheltered section of the studio, but still outside.  There we were sat on benches and told how we should react as a studio audience.  No weird or loud laughing, no shouting when it is inappropriate, make sure you laugh at EVERY joke, etc.  Then we were seated on the Late Late Show set and a warm-up comedian named Chunky B came in and got our giggle boxes working.  He was pretty mediocre.  One joke he told was this:  What did one butt cheek say to the other butt cheek? ….. If we stick together we can stop this shit!   HAHA!
     Then Craig came out and it was utter awesomeness from there on.  The show was great, as always.  I kept forgetting to watch the real thing and found myself watching the monitors instead.  Craig was as goofy as ever and we even saw a couple of characters we had never seen before (It has been a while since we have been able to stay up late enough to actually watch The Late Late Show), Geoff Peterson and Secretariat (Apparently there is an accompanying dance).  The guest was Tom Selleck and his mustache was magnificent especially in person. 
     After the show, we went over to Sarah’s apartment and she took us out to dinner at a brick oven pizza place that she and Tom had heard about on the Food Network.  It was really delicious!  They used fancy buffalo cheese.  We went back to Sarah’s and hung out with Loki for a while until she said she had to kick us out.  We took a picture with everyone, including Loki, in which Loki looked like a crazy demon.  I know you are thinking “big whoop, his eyes are red, happens all the time.”  I guarantee you have never seen crazy demon eyes like this before; it is like his eyes exploded into stars!  It is by far the creepiest picture I have ever seen.  We will post the picture when we get home.
Gaze into the eyes of the horrible demon cat!

     So after laughing about that disconcerting picture for a bit, we said our goodbyes and went back to Tom’s place for our last night in L.A.

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