By Archana Ram
December 16, 2009 at 06:46 PM EST

If you watched Craig Ferguson’s 1,000th episode last night, you probably realized that the Late Late Show host was noticeably absent from the milestone event. In his place was Wavy, his recurring crocodile hand puppet, who not only performed the monologue, but interviewed guests Jason Schwartzman, Kristen Bell, and Maria Bello as well.

If you want to gets your hands on — or in— a plush puppet of your own, you can get your own Wavy courtesy of Folkmanis Puppets (folkmanis.com; $20), who has supplied Ferguson, as well as other shows like The Young and the Restless (really?), with many of their stage puppets.

Didn’t get to see all the puppet action? Check out the video of Ferguson’s, er, I mean Wavy’s monologue after the jump. And if you’re dying to find something you spotted on TV or in a movie, email stylehunter@ew.com and visit the Pop Style area of EW.com to see what we’ve found.

Photo Credit: Francis Specker/Landov

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