Recipe! Take one block of one network’s late night programming. Shake. Shake some more. (Pretend it’s a salad, or perhaps some good old-fashioned Shake N Bake.) Attractively arrange pieces on platter to serve. Remove pieces that don’t look tasty anymore. Now serve. Less than a month after David Letterman announced his plans to retire from The Late Show next year, Craig Ferguson has announced that he too will be vacating his CBS late show, The Late Show‘s following act, The Late Late Show. Ferguson announced the news to his studio audience earlier today, clearly take a cue from Letterman’s sign off (or, well, his announced sign off) in early April. Ferguson, who has never been a ratings grabber but has nabbed some accolades during his ten-year (including a Peabody Award and an Emmy nomination), will remain on the show until December, in order to give it a proper send-off. And, oh, maybe find it a new host?