It's impressive how organically and quickly a conversation can turn lewd on "The Late Late Show" (Weeknights, 12:37 a.m. EST on CBS). Craig Ferguson's chat with Sophia Bush was innocently talking about how her filming schedule in North Carolina had prevented her from visiting him on the show more often. Now that "One Tree Hill" is over, she can stop by all the time.
"Any time you like. I can get rid of the robot," Ferguson said, offering her Geoff's podium. When Bush said she was coming for Geoff, he responded excitedly with an "Oh, mama!"
He then added, "I am so not gay anymore." This set Ferguson up beautifully to ask Bush if she'd ever had any gay experiences, where she revealed that hers seemed to be limited to the screen, both on television in a guest role, and in the movie "John Tucker Must Die" with her friend Brittany Snow.
She then said that guys still ask the two of them, when they're out together, to re-enact some of those kissing scenes from the film. It's not about being film enthusiasts, at that point, as it is about wanting to see two women kissing. That's something men never grow out of, Ferguson confirmed for her.
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