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Originally published Thursday, May 26, 2011 at 7:04 PM

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Friday TV Picks: 'The Late Late Show'

Craig Ferguson is on a roll. Recent episodes of his talk show have seen the comedian interview his robot sidekick, Geoff Peterson, and give...

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'The Late Late Show'

Craig Ferguson is on a roll. Recent episodes of his talk show have seen the comedian interview his robot sidekick, Geoff Peterson, and give another interview in pajamas (could a puppet production number be far behind?) And he'll be doing stand-up in Seattle on Sunday at the Moore Theatre (for an interview with Ferguson, go to www.seattletimes.com/entertainment or see Sunday's NWArts & Life section). It's definitely a "Great Day for America!" Tonight's scheduled guests are Drew Carey, "True Blood's" Rutina Wesley and the musical group the Electric Barbarellas. 12:37 a.m. late Friday/early Saturday on CBS (seattletimes.com/tvlistings).

Doug Knoop, Seattle Times staff

Also on Friday

"MLB Baseball," 7 p.m. (ROOT): New York Yankees at Seattle Mariners (Live).

"Friday Night Lights," 8 p.m. (NBC): A website makes an embarrassing revelation about the Lions players; Vince gets caught between Coach and Ornette; Billy mentors Luke.

"The X-Files: Fight the Future" (1998), 8:30 p.m. (BBC America): FBI agents Mulder and Scully probe events that may prove the existence of aliens on Earth. Based on the TV series.

"Need to Know," 9 p.m. (KCTS): Meteorologist Harold Brooks, Severe Storms Laboratory in Norman, Okla.; journalist Jeffrey Gettleman; revitalizing Youngstown, Ohio.

"Ghost Adventures," 9 p.m. (Travel): The team visits a hospital rumored to be haunted, and a spirit talks to Zak.

"CMT's Next Superstar," 9 p.m. (CMT): The last three contestants must write, cast, direct and edit their own music video.

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