Lisa Kudrow continued her whirlwind press tour by hitting "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson." There she told the host that she'd love to have him as a guest star on "Web Therapy." Her Showtime series -- which initiated as a web series -- has already featured some big-name stars, including Ferguson's fellow late-night talker, Conan O'Brien.
Ferguson seemed enthusiastic about the idea. "Is it actual therapy? Can I tell you my actual real problems?” he asked.
"That would be fantastic!" Kudrow enthused.
Unfortunately, Ferguson's plot suggestion of having him actually hate everybody on his show was done by O'Brien, but she'd still love to have him. Considering much of "Web Therapy" is improvised madness, Ferguson's style of humor would fit in seamlessly.
"Web Therapy" shifts to its new night this Sunday at 10:30 p.m. ET on Showtime, while "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson" is still on every weeknight at 12:37 a.m. ET on CBS.
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