The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson was a CBS talk show hosted by Craig Ferguson. The third incarnation of CBS's Late Late Show franchise, Ferguson's show debuted in 2005 after previous host Craig Kilborn left The Late Late Show to focus more on writing and producing, and Ferguson's tenure lasted until 2014. The show featured a variety of comedic material, celebrity interviews, and musical and stand-up comedy performances.
- May 11, 2005 — Kermit the Frog appears with Ferguson for the first time to promote The Muppets' Wizard of Oz. He declares his religion as Amphibitarianism, explains he went through a 12-step pork withdrawal program in the 80s and served as a numbers runner on Sesame Street. He and Pepe introduce musical guest Tori Amos.
- Summer 2005 — Pepe the King Prawn
- November 15, 2005 — Pepe the King Prawn
- December 19, 2005 — Pepe the King Prawn and Craig sing We Wish You a Merry Christmas
- June 19, 2006 — Pepe the King Prawn
- September 18, 2007 — Oscar the Grouch awards Ferguson with honorary citizenship of Sesame Street, presenting him a certificate drawn by Caroll Spinney. Alan Alda, who followed, remarked about Spinney performing Big Bird
- February 10, 2008 — Kermit the Frog and Pepe the King Prawn reporting from the Grammy Awards
- October 28, 2008 — Pepe the King Prawn promotes It's Hard Out Here for a Shrimp
- June 2, 2009 — Fozzie Bear makes an uncredited surprise appearance in the cold open to the show alongside Denis Leary, and again at the very end
- December 15, 2009 — Jason Segel and Nathan Danforth puppeteered Jim Henson's Creature Shop's dracula puppet in a performance of A Taste for Love from Forgetting Sarah Marshall.
- November 22, 2011 — Jason Segel appears to promote The Muppets. He talks about his Muppet likeness, not casting Ferguson in the movie, and a discarded scene written about Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy's offspring.
- When the show's producer couldn't secure the rights to the Doctor Who theme music after two days of rehearsing an opening number with guest Matt Smith, Ferguson lamented over the failure throughout the show. In the show's closing, Ferguson called out his performers to assist in a solo a cappella rendition of two lines from "The Rainbow Connection."