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Saturday, February 25, 2012

VIDEO: Jennifer Carpenter on Late Show with Craig Ferguson


Watch today's interview with Jennifer Carpenter, on CBS' Late Show with Craig Ferguson! See the video, after the jump below!



14 comments:

  1. I don't know how many "late shows" are in the us but.... Just gatta say ... i like her.. !!!! hilarious...!!

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  2. She is awesome, so NOT Hollywood... she is 'real folk' what a quirky sense if humor. Did I mention she is beautiful and has the best taste in clothes? That dress rocks, as did the last one, and the one before that, et.

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  3. Wow, she doesn't like pets. Michael has 2 cats, doesn't he? And if at all, then she wants an adult, fully trained dog because she doesn't want the hassle of taking care of puppies. And she's so militant about it that Craig had to say "down, girl, down"!
    Hmmm...so much for the rumor that Michael didn't want babies. Seems like it might be the other way around.

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    1. 9:01

      Taking five minutes of humorous dialogue on a talk show about pets, making it gospel, reading more into than one should, extending it universally, adding rumors into the mix, add your own take on things, and then drawing conclusions based on all of the above is nothing more than insipid voodoo. It sounds like an invidious harpy marking the territory that exists only in her fondest dreams.

      Let's confine the fat, rolling sows who like to take shots at JC and fantasize about killing the Debra character, to the pigsty where they belong. (Showtime's Dex forums)

      I'd prefer we stay out of their personal lives and just let a pet joke be a pet joke.

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    2. omg she must slaughter puppies and sacrifice them to beelzebub! Yeah no.

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  4. Fat, rolling sow checking in. I love Deb. Favorite female character on TV barring Glenn Close's Capt.Rawlings on "The Shield". Note that I said "it seems like" - which does not mean gospel. And pray, what is insipid voodoo but a lot of sound and fury signifying nothing.

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    1. "insipid voodoo" "vacant hocus pocus" or "baseless conjecture" there are many ways to say it. Some more colorful than others.

      The poster at 9:01 was trying to draw conclusions about the personal relationships of actors based on a jokes about pets on a talk show - which is, dubious to say the least.

      Most of us who are sane, wish the actors nothing but happiness and don't want to conjecture publicly on their trials and tribulations and personal misfortunes because it is just plain rude. Furthermore, if you are going to gossip, at least be somewhat credible - don't read tea leaves.

      This program would not be what it is without her. She is almost as important to the success of Dexter as MCH himself, so show some fucking respect.

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  5. And I admit that my deduction is a supposition, But that is far from being a pet joke. That is a very distinct opinion about keeping pets.

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  6. um what a pointless interview. He didnt even ask her anything about Dexter :/

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    1. I think that's because she doesn't know anything yet. In fact, I doubt anyone from the Dexter cast knows much of anything coming next season aside from MCH. There's a serious cult of secrecy with Dexter, so much so that often the actors don't even know what's going to happen.

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    2. It wasn't an appearance based on Dexter it was part of the "Gone" promo machine. Listen to the beginning.

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  7. oh just realized that she is in Gone and this isnt the full interview, they show a clip of movie at the end..I thought he was just asking her random questions about pets n such lol

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  8. 11:22

    It's ok... I think it is an established fact by now, especially after season 6, that Dexter fans are notorious for "missing things".

    Fortunately, some of us, like yourself, are willing to admit it! lol

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