Craig Ferguson’s new special premieres tomorrow; win the uncensored DVD

By | October 14, 2011 at 10:08 am | One comment | feature slider, Giveaways, TV/Movies | Tags: , ,

Craig Ferguson is one of the most innovative hosts on television. But the Scottish-born personality, in addition to grabbing the late-night game by the balls and introducing us to Geoff Peterson, his robot skeleton sidekick, the dude can expertly command a stand-up comedy stage like no other.

His skills will be on display this weekend as his second hour-long comedy special Does This Need To Be Said? – his follow-up to 2008’s A Wee Bit ‘O Revolution – premieres Oct. 15 at 10 pm ET on Comedy Central. The uncut, uncensored DVD version packed with bonus features will be available three days later.

And we’re giving away that DVD to two lucky Laughspin readers. All you need to do is e-mail us at It’s all about speed, folks. The first two readers to message us telling us they want a copy of Does This Need To Said? will snag themselves a copy. You must leave your complete address and full name so we know where to send it. If you don’t do that, you can’t win. And if you’e won anything from us in the last 30 days, you can’t win this. Easy, right? Right.

In the meantime, here’s a pair of preview clips. Enjoy!
Craig Ferguson – Heavy Metal Band
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Craig Ferguson – Does This Need to Be Said
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If you don’t win the DVD, you can always buy it on Amazon.

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  • Colleen Byrne

    Love Craig! I was at the shows he filmed for this special. The man was on fire! Watch the special, get the DVD, or you’ll hate yourself in the morning.

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