Join or Die with Craig Ferguson (2016– )

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Join or Die with Craig Ferguson features the comedian debating provocative and timely topics in his unorthodox and iconoclastic manner. Each episode features a panel of guests which will ... See full summary »

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19 February 2016 | jellyneckr
A good start
Craig Ferguson is the most underrated comedian in America. "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson" provided the best late night entertainment had to offer for a decade, and he remains the funniest comic I've ever seen perform live. Needless to say, I'm a huge fan. His new show, "Join or Die with Craig Ferguson", is likely to please those like me who are fans of Ferguson's, as it seems like a natural extension of "The Late Late Show." The show has Ferguson doing a bunch of his usual jokes and accents in a monologue that introduces the topic of the given episode, then the show transitions to the discussion period with three celebrity guests. The three celebrity guests and Ferguson then discuss the historical topic of the episode with various side stories and lots of crude jokes. At half an hour, there are times when this second part of the show seems to go on a bit too long, though the majority of each episode is highly entertaining and occasionally hilarious. Ultimately, the success of the series will depend on how interesting/funny the celebrity guests of each episode are. Ferguson makes for a perfect host, but the three guests do most of the talking during the panel discussion, for obvious reasons. As long as the topics and guests remain engaging, the show should be able to remain as enjoyable as it is now. The format and content of "Join or Die" may not be ground-breaking, but the show itself is very funny and well worth checking out. 7/10

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