Several months ago, I wrote about the monologue Craig Ferguson does on his "Late Late Show" on CBS. It's not the joke-athon all the other hosts do. Instead, it's almost Regis-like in his discussion of things from his own life, or other events that have caught his fancy. It's always relatable, thematic, and easy to like because of his personality and presentation. Now the LA Times has an insider piece on how it comes together each night and how it became the new monologue standard [registration required, or use bugmenot.com].