FERGUSON: DOES THIS NEED TO BE SAID?
OVERVIEW: Filmed at the Polk Theater in Nashville, Ferguson explains his love for “friendly cussing” and the frustration he feels when he cannot use certain “naughty” words on the “The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson.” In his second one-hour special to air on COMEDY CENTRAL, Ferguson explains what sex education was like growing up in Scotland, how celebrity scandals make for easy work days and how terrifying it was to meet “Bond-like” villain, Dick Cheney, while hosting the White House Correspondents dinner.
On October 18, “Craig Ferguson: Does This Need To Be Said?” will be released on DVD uncensored and extended by COMEDY CENTRAL Home Entertainment and Paramount Home Entertainment with 20 minutes of material not seen on COMEDY CENTRAL and bonus features that include “Craig Arrives in Nashville” and a “Fan Rap.”
Born in Glasgow, Scotland, Ferguson’s comedy career began when he landed a starring role in his own BBC television show, “The Ferguson Theory.” In 1995, he came to America to star in the ABC comedy “Maybe This Time” and later starred in the hit series, "The Drew Carey Show” from 1996-2003. Ferguson has performed to sold out theaters all over the country and in 2010, sold out Carnegie Hall. In 2009, his first COMEDY CENTRAL special, “A Wee Bit O' Revolution” premiered and was released on DVD.
The film is
presented in widescreen preserving its original TV format. The
DVD includes a 2.0 English Dolby Digital audio.
Widescreen Enhance for 16x9 TVs
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