'Larry King Live' finale: Everybody still watching shows up as a guest


Larry King's fittingly self-indulgent final episode begins with a retrospective of some of his 25-year-old series' most iconic moments -- including the greatest, his hilariously sexual duet with Marlon Brando. But did anything from the Dec. 16 "Larry King Live" swan song warrant inclusion in his best hits -- or even the pantheon of greatest final episodes? Not so much. Joined on set with co-emcees Ryan Seacrest and Bill Maher, divergent heirs to the King throne, King receives send-offs from a variety of media cronies, most of whom could only make it via satellite. First up: Arnold Schwarzenegger, whose lame duck legislation as outgoing governor of California is apparently limited to declaring it "Larry King Day" throughout the state. (Hurry up, it's almost over!)President Barack Obama was also kind enough to record a message to King, though Bill Clinton has the time to actually sit down for a quick satellite chat. Too bad there is...



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