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Thomas Dale was also scheduled to appear but they ran out of time for him.
Sandra Bickersnuff, the male giraffe puppet with a woman's name, makes his first appearance at the top of the show as a spokesgiraffe for British Petroleum.
to introduce Geoff Peterson, Craig opened the show with a musical number; he had 5 people pretending to play instruments as he lip-synched "Look Out, There's a Monster Coming" by the Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band.
Sonya Walger (Dr. Olivia Banford from Flash Forward) was listed to appear in the opening credits but was "bumped".
This is the sixteenth episode to have only one guest.
This is the fifteenth episode to have only one guest.
This is the fourteenth episode to have only one guest.
This is the thirteenth episode to have only one guest.
This is the twelfth episode to have only one guest.
The new opening titles premiered during this episode featuring Craig in different locations of L.A. singing the show's theme song with a mic and a couple shots of him playing the drums. This theme song, co-written and recorded by Craig himself, has been re-recorded in it's full version for the new HD.
This episode contains new opening sequence (filmed on locations in Los Angeles), re-tuned version of theme song and new design of show's logo.
This is the first episode to air in High Definition.
This is the eleventh episode to have only one guest.
This is the tenth episode to have only one guest.
This is the ninth episode to have only one guest.
This is the eighth episode to have only one guest.
Mary McCormack gave Craig a snake mug from the Albuquerque Rattle Snake Museum which he is still using.
This is the second time Virgina Madsen and Jason Ritter appeared in the same episode. The first one was on September 13, 2006.
This is the seventh episode to have only one guest.
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The Elvis impersonator, who appeared on camera with Craig during his opening monologue, was the audience warm-up guy. The Elvis costume is what he wears while telling his jokes before the taping and between takes.
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