As previewed on Monday, Craig Ferguson celebrated his 1000th Late Late Show episode last night, and it was chock full of puppety goodness. Wavy the Crocodile hosted and participated in the hottest cold open the talk show has done (scroll down). But the highlight, as we predicted, was Jason Segel with Dracula puppet singing "Dracula's Lament," complete with The Broken West backing him.
The band helped turn what was an intimate charmer in the movie into an E Street Band crowd-pleaser. By the end, we're all bellowing along with Segel's Dracula:
The "hot" cold open, with Wavy the puppet miming "Honky Tonk Badonkadonk":
Closing, with all the puppets (and MST 3000's Joel Hodgson) swaying to James Taylor's "You've Got a Friend" (credits are worth watching too):
Previously: Music on TV This Week - Jason Segel & Dracula