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Late Night: Craig Ferguson launches weeklong trip to Scotland

 

This week, Craig Ferguson is taking "The Late, Late Show" to a place it's never been before: Scotland.

On Monday night the host, accompanied by a handful of celebrity pals including Mila Kunis, Rashida Jones, Michael Clarke Duncan and David Sedaris, kicked off a series of shows taped in his homeland. The episode was a walk down memory lane for Ferguson: It was taped in part at Glasgow's Tron Theatre, where he performed in his early stand-up days, and also featured a visit (posted above) to a pub where Ferguson once got into a nasty barroom brawl. (He lost.)

But the highlight -- or lowlight, depending on your tolerance for these kinds of things -- of Ferguson's first night in Scotland was a conversation about, of all things, amputees and colostomy bags over tea and crumpets at Glamis Castle, the setting of Shakespeare's tragedy "Macbeth." Seems fitting, doesn't it?

(To watch the episode in full, you can click here.)

 

 

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