Friday, May 18, 2012

Larry King Has A Talk Show


CNN just was not good enough for Larry King so he has moved on. His new gig is so much better because instead of reaching the entire planet on the world's largest cable network he is spending 30 minutes a night doing a talk show for some thing called Ora.TV. Yep, Larry is streaming beginning next month. So if you are fan of Larry King then it is time to go to dinner at 2pm and tell your grandkids to spring for something quicker than dial-up because Larry will be on about 5p. He insisted. Turns out he can't make it to 8pm anymore to do the show unless he has a really long nap.


It seems kind of sad that he is reduced to doing something online after being on CNN all those years. It will be nice to see someone kiss as much butt as he does and not even break a sweat trying. It is a lot tougher to get really great guests when they are going to be online though. He can probably get a couple of guys from that Moonshiners show. Maybe one of the Duggar kids. Actually they might be on the same show. The Duggars have so many kids, one is bound to be a moonshiner.

9 comments:

Rose said...

Reduced? He retired, he wasn't fired. He probably got bored and wants to do something. Do you think this is the only job he could find?

Rose said...

He may not get the guests, but he might enjoy himself.

timebob said...

He can't sit home and stare at his wife all day having sex with the little league coach.

annabella said...

I also think that he just wanted to do something to keep himself busy. staying home counting your money must get awfully boring, though I'd like to have the opportunity at least once.

I didn't watch him that much when he was on cnn, but I always liked him and he is way way way better than his replacement, the brit ex tabloid guy who I'm sure has dirty hands from hacking, piers.

MISCH said...

I pass...

Lelaina Pierce said...

He has been on Craig Ferguson quite a bit since retiring. He dominates the conversation and seems to really miss being on TV, so I don't understand why he retired. He should have stayed on CNN until he slinked out of his suspenders.

SusanB said...

Never cared for him. I prefer more hardball interviews. And I do know he left the south Florida area owing a lot of people a lot of money. This was back in the 70s or 80s.

Middle-aged Diva (Carol) said...

"spring for something quicker than a dialup"-- LOL, right about that. I can't imagine anyone interested in this terrible interviewer's online show.

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