As host of The Late Late Show, Craig Ferguson spent much of his 10-year tenure dragging the talk show format into increasingly bizarre territory. So when he hosted his final episode on Friday, it was only fitting that Ferguson would cap it off with an homage to some of the most inexplicable twists in television history.
Beyoncé turns 28 today. Mark Ronson is turning 34. Police commissioner Ray Kelly is 68. Congressman Anthony Weiner is turning 45. Hotelier/restaurateur Sean MacPherson turns 45. Paper magazine co-founder David Hershkovits is turning 62. Damon Wayans is 49. Retired baseball player Mike Piazza is 41. And Dr. Drew Pinsky is celebrating his 51st. Weekend birthdays below.
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"Honey, you won't believe the dream I just had." Sadly, this news is no dream: Suzanne Pleshette, besting even Brenda Vaccaro for the title of TV's Most Beloved Hoarse-Voiced Female, has died after a long battle with lung cancer. Of course, we'll always associate her with Emily Hartley, the better-half of The Bob Newhart Show, but check out how hot she was back in the day! [USA Today, IMDB]