03/13/2012 08:20 am ET Updated Mar 13, 2012

Leslie Bibb Gives Her Definition Of 'GCB' On 'Late Late Show' (VIDEO)

Leslie Bibb's new comedy "GCB" was controversial even before it first aired, primarily because of its title. The original one, "Good Christian B*tches" was deemed too risque, so ABC ran with "Good Christian Belles" instead.

But that, as Bibb told "Late Late Show" (Weeknights, 12:30 a.m. ET on CBS) host Craig Ferguson, didn't quite work either, hence the current moniker of "GCB."

As Fergsuon joked that "GCB" could stand for just about anything, the pair decided to play the "GCB" game and assign the acronym random meanings.

Ferguson kicked off with "Geoff Cuddles Bachelors," then Bibb came up with "George Clooney's B*lls!"

Could Craig's robot sidekick Geoff Peterson top that?

"Girly Cooka-Burrah," he ventured, but it was of course disallowed because "Kookaburrah" starts with a "K."

After sulking for a while, Geoff did come up with one very lewd suggestion, which made the original meaning of "GCB" seem a little less risque.

"GCB" airs Sunday nights at 10 p.m. ET on ABC. Catch more hilarity on "The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson," weeknights at 12:30 a.m. ET on CBS.

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