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Craig Ferguson's ode to Chicago on city's 176th birthday

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"The Late Late Show" host Craig Ferguson devoted a good chunk of Monday's monologue to our fair city on its 176th birthday March 4.

The CBS chatfest host showed a map of the city, abutting "Lake Oprah" and, further north, the "Gulf of Gayle." He talked about Chicago's deep-dish pizza, comparing it to Danish philosopher Kirkegaard (natch) and talked about the Chicago-filmed movie "The Untouchables."

You can watch it below. The Chicago part kicks in around the 2 minute, 20 second mark:

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