While Craig Kilborn opened with a monologue it tended to be shorter than that used by other late shows.Corden's approach to the monologue has been a hybrid of topical punchline jokes and a stream of consciousness, although it is usually very short, as the show tends to favor longer recorded sections.He took this chance and accepted an invitation to study there.In 1984, Craig graduated with a degree in theater arts and media.His father Hiram Kilborn was an insurance executive and his mother worked as a school teacher.Since he was four, his parents moved to Hastings, Minnesota where Kilborn spent his entire childhood.
The traditional opening monologue also tended to be different from that of other late night shows tending to avoid jokes with punch lines during Snyder and Ferguson's tenures in favour of a short conversational introduction when Snyder was host and a cold opening featuring either a musical parody, audience interaction, a short sketch or interaction between Ferguson and Geoff Peterson followed by an anecdotal stream of consciousness introduction during most of Ferguson's years.
Taken from Bill Simmon's recent blog: "back when Craig Kilborn had his CBS late-night show, he supposedly had a male actor on for two segments and they were supposedly talking about women during commercial.
Either the actor didn't realize that they were miked and everyone in the control booth could hear him, or he didn't care.
The Late Late Show is an American late-night television talk and variety show on CBS.
It first aired in January 1995, with host Tom Snyder, followed by Craig Kilborn and Craig Ferguson. The show originates from CBS Television City in Los Angeles.