Tag: The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson

My Late Late Show segment is now online

By Phil Plait | March 2, 2012 2:19 pm

I have no idea how legal this is, but a guy who has lots of videos up from The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson has posted my segment from February 29 as well:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ptzlvq-wvQI

CBS has a copy of it on their site too, but apparently that’s only viewable inside the US.

If you want to see those pictures Craig and I were looking at and find out more about them, I’ve written about all three: Picture 1 (Rudolph), Picture 2 (the star spewing jets of gas that Craig made fun of), and Picture 3 (the cluster of galaxies with the swoosh of gas). I’ve heard from a few folks with the Chandra Observatory – the one that took the last picture — and they were thrilled it got press. I’m wondering if they had their volume turned all the way down when they watched…

And just in case anyone wonders if I really can play the harmonica, the answer is "kinda". I have further evidence of this being the case. And I have to admit, I’m generally in pretty good company there, too.


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CATEGORIZED UNDER: About this blog, Cool stuff, TV/Movies

On winning the Golden Mouth Organ

By Phil Plait | March 1, 2012 10:05 am

So I was on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson last night, and since the segment is not yet up on YouTube, I thought I’d give a little paean to the show.

It’s a great day for America, everybody.

Thanks to everyone who tweeted and emailed me about it, too. You are the wind beneath my blow reed plate.

CATEGORIZED UNDER: About this blog, Cool stuff, Geekery, Humor
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