Worth watching this September 2012 interview by Larry King with Craig Ferguson for the moment when Larry asks Craig: “How did you meet the wife?”
Craig replies “Which one? … You start!” (referring to King’s multiple wives as well).
But it is also worth watching for Ferguson’s candor about staying sober for 20 years (and fighting the urge to drink again).
I am a fan of Keith Olbermann. With every disgruntled parting with a company, it gets harder for me to like him. His rationalization of his “difficult” reputation during a recent Larry King interview amuses me solely for one reason: Olbermann has grown facial hair.
Added bonus, when Larry fidgets with his nose knowing he is on camera.
Here’s hoping Olbermann has a nice long run with his next gig–with the MLB Network (he’s actually worked for MLB for several years, but not on air).
In a manner of speaking, what follows is Larry King and Oliver Stone chatting about plants, so to speak. This Larry King interview snippet with Oliver Stone is almost as good as the Marlon Brando interview.
So it would appear that Larry King has come back to the interview show format. He will be providing four shows a week (Monday-Thursday) for Hulu. And King is as wacky as ever with the new show, Larry King Now.
Only King would say (discussing the prospect of being brought back from death in a new body): “What if you had Alzheimer’s?” and then laugh.
Man, imagine what it would be like if he interviewed Robert Blake.
Every week, David Letterman (and his writing staff) reminds me why he’s far funnier than Leno. For a great collection of Larry King bits (including Robert Blake’s insane interview) scroll forward to the 3:25 mark.