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Larry King's Funniest Interviews

Larry King's Funniest Interviews - Larry King will air his final Larry King Live segment tonight and here our my most memorable moments and guests.

Having a nightly show for 25 years means you talk to a lot of different people. When it comes to Larry King he often covers breaking news and current events so there are bound to be countless guests and shows he doesn’t even remember, but there are some that stand out as nearly unforgettable. Here are some of the best, strangest and most memorable moments from Larry King Live.

Few will forget his interview with Marlon Brando. Brando was famously reclusive and never gave interviews so just that the interview was taking place was a big story. At the end of the interview Brando seemed to like King. So much so that he leaned over and kissed him on the lips. Larry didn’t seem to mind too much.

Larry King's Funniest Interviews

When Larry King interviewed rapper Snoop Dogg he sat down with the rap star at a Roscoe’s Chicken and Waffles where he taught Snoop what an Arnold Palmer drink was (for those who wonder, it is half lemonade and half ice tea).

Among Larry King’s awkward, strange interviews the one with Jerry Seinfeld stands out as one of the oddest. Early in the interview King seems a little confused and seems to think that Seinfeld’s show was canceled not that he chose to end it on top. Jerry seems to be legitimately angry. He goes off on Larry and the whole interview goes downhill quickly.

Shortly after George Harrison’s death Larry King had the two remaining Beatles, Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney on Larry King Live. After asking Paul where he was when he heard George was dead, he then turns to Ringo and refers to him as George. Paul quickly catches it and starts giving Larry crap about it.

Larry King's Funniest Interviews

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