Are you sure? When I run this script from the command line it gives me pretty much what you'd expect:
use CGI ();
$mc_cookie_domain_name = ".sample.com";
$mc_path_script = "/";
$mc_cookie_expiration_time = "+2h";
$mc_cookie_name = "Sample_Cookie";
#$mc_cookie_value = $mc_form_member_name;
$mc_cookie_value = "Logged In";
my $cgi = CGI->new();
my $cookie = $cgi->cookie(-name => $mc_cookie_name, -value => $mc_cook
-expires => $mc_cookie_expiration_time, -domain => $mc_cookie_domain_n
print $cgi->redirect(-url => 'https://www.sample.com/cgi-bin/confirm_a
l', -cookie => $cookie);
#End of Create Cookie
Status: 302 Found
Set-Cookie: Sample_Cookie=Logged%20In; domain=.sample.com; path=/; exp
19-Jun-2012 16:45:45 GMT
Date: Tue, 19 Jun 2012 14:45:45 GMT
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