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Michael Clarke Duncan on Going Down vs. 'Going Down' (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted Dec 23rd 2010 11:00AM
Michael Clarke Duncan on Going Down vs. 'Going Down'Double entendres can be fun! And we got lots of them on the new 'Late Late Show' (weeknights, 12:35AM ET on CBS), as Craig Ferguson welcomed actor Michael Clarke Duncan. While Mike was on the show, he told a story about having to meet his girlfriend in the lobby of a hotel. Sadly, the story involved an absurdly frequent use of the the phrase "go down."

Here is what Michael said. Try to keep track. There will be a test in a second. Seriously; we're not kidding. Okay. This is what he said about the whole meeting his girlfriend in the lobby thing: "She's like, 'Are you coming down? Are you coming down?' I'm like, 'I'm coming down.' So ... I reluctantly go down. But I go down, and she's --"

... Right. And at this point, Craig interrupted the conversation: "Stop saying 'I go down,' man!" And then, Craig started freaking out. But was the host's freaked-out-ness excessive? And were you paying attention to what the actor said?

After Craig cut him off, Michael made a mild protest. "Okay, okay ..." the actor said. "I see where your mind is!" All right, fair enough. But wait. Accuracy is important. So let's analyze the whole thing. There were 37 words spoken by Mr. Michael Clarke Duncan. Of those words, 10 involved the phrase "going down" or "coming down."

That means that 37% of the words were suggestively creepy. ... See, kids? Math can be important! Your high school teachers were right about that, by the way.

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