September 25, 2010

Tonight on Larry King Live!

Posted: 02:00 PM ET

Jerry Seinfeld for the Hour.

Jerry Seinfeld in his final

appearance on Larry King Live.

He reveals one of Hollywood’s best-kept secrets –

the true identity of someone we've only read about!

We want to hear from you.

Who was your favorite 'Seinfeld' character?

Weigh in below!

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MICKEY   September 23rd, 2010 8:01 pm ET

i'm sure Larry will do great like with most of his interviews. however he should never have interviewed ahmedinijad.A snake should be interviewed by a snake!

Felix   September 23rd, 2010 8:37 pm ET

That's no easy task! Michael Richards portrayal of Kramer was just unbelievable...but you gotta give it to George. Jason Alexander was just fantastic as George. His final monologue in 'Marine Biologist' won me over. Of course he was unmatched even in 'The contest' – Not that there's anything wrong with that!

Joe D   September 23rd, 2010 9:25 pm ET

The Seinfeld Show is timeless, Jerry's non-verbal comedy was the best

Dodie   September 23rd, 2010 9:35 pm ET

omg Potty melt in the bathroom? I am laughing so hard, I just slid off the chair. Unbelievable. Thank you so much for the continuous laughing to the point that tears are flowing.

I am buying Ted's book. I love to laugh! Thanks Larry for having a program in which we can literally ROFL LMAO

Dodie   September 23rd, 2010 9:41 pm ET

@ Jerry Seinfeld

" I meet with the suits, I agree with them on what ever they say....and then I do what I want"

Oh, I just love that Jerry! lmao! that is a wonderful way to handle the "suits"

michael   September 23rd, 2010 9:47 pm ET

I don't understand why everyone "believes" Jerry Seinfeld is funny. Sure he was amusing when his show first debuted as a summer fill in. But, wow...HE's BECOME LAME with age.

Dodie   September 23rd, 2010 9:50 pm ET

@ Larry

I not only understand this... lol I am laughing my a$$ off.

omg that was a good one... 'cave man, cave man, is when Larry was born'. Larry, are you going to get Jerry back for that comment? rofl!

Lynn Baum   September 23rd, 2010 9:51 pm ET

My husband, Bruce Baum and Barry Marder wrote the original three books together at our house in Thousand Oaks! I fed Barry Marder regularly for months as he was here almost everyday. Barry refuses to acknowledge the fact that he and Bruce wrote this book together! I am a teacher and when I came home from school I fed them and they would read me all the letters they wrote that day and the responses they received. The letters were sent to a P.O. Box right near our house in Thousand Oaks. Bruce gave a thank you present to Seinfeld, for writing the forward. Barry was supposed to give it to Jerry. I wrapped it and went with Bruce to deliver it to Barry so he could give it to Jerry. I will testify to this under oath. Apparently Barry never gave it to him. My children and I are witness to the fact that the books were written at our house and Bruce is the co-author. Jerry was not involved with the first book until after it was written and apparently has been lied to regarding Bruce's participation. Jerry is misinformed and needs to get his facts straight.

Tony   September 23rd, 2010 9:53 pm ET

Jason Alexander portrayed George Costanza and blew every boundary of comedy away. Genius in both writing and acting George was a guy we all know in our own lives.

DHF   September 23rd, 2010 9:54 pm ET

I love it, the book and the play....i totally digg it!!!

Dodie   September 23rd, 2010 9:57 pm ET


Laughter is what can heal the heart, mind and soul! One of the most power therapeutic tools that anyone can do. Thank you Larry for an hour of pure healing and absolutely hilarious laughter!

jimi   September 23rd, 2010 10:01 pm ET

I guarantee ya' Seinfeld grabbed that clock on the way out. 🙂

nancy williford   September 23rd, 2010 10:11 pm ET

I have been watching Larry King Live for years and of course listened to him on the radio coming home late from work years ago. He knew everything!!! But he has just become a "reader" for the past year or so until tonight. The first time I have seen him spontanious and truly entertaining in sooooooo long. If he were more like tonight he would not be passed over which I think he deserves from the robot interviews of late. I was so happy to see he really has NOT lost it.

Blanka   September 23rd, 2010 10:17 pm ET

He said Toronto is funnier then Montreal ! What's up with that Jerry ???

Roger Edmondson   September 23rd, 2010 10:25 pm ET

Mr. Seinfeld and his side kick are not the first people to publish a book of tongue in cheek letters to institutions and dignitaries. In 1977 Don Novello published his book the Lazlo Letters. The book features letters written under the pseudonym Lazlo Toft to people like Spiro Agnew, Richard Nixon, the exiled president of South Vietnam, Ray Kroc and many others. Acknowledging that Mr. Novello (or Father Guido Sarducci as he was otherwise known) would be in order.

CheersFan   September 23rd, 2010 10:32 pm ET

Seinfeld was Ok.......but "Cheers" was the best sitcom of all time.

Kelly   September 23rd, 2010 10:52 pm ET

Jerry is Fantastic. I still watch the rerun over & over & never get tired. Every time, I learn something new that Make me ROFL.
he is always so informative, bringing everything together like conclusion in a Paper. He is just full of information & gives it freely.
by the way..he looks exactly like my bro.. lol
wish he would do more like "Stanfield".. it finished so hanging that just was sad..
Common sense & Practicing every part of life, is not something that you should go to Jail but in a way, it said "how many in society just didn't have the sense of humor & did not understand every little thing that happens to us: like getting lost in the mall's parking lot & not even knowing where to find the car. that has happened to me & all my friends.. lol
So many things in his show is so true.. Just love it. Thank you.

Terri from Atlanta   September 23rd, 2010 11:20 pm ET

Larry, you were very funny tonight – not just Jerry, but you too.
My hope is that CNN will let you host some shows in which you interview
various comedians and stars on the week-ends.

B   September 24th, 2010 12:12 am ET

Seinfield and King.... you both rock. This show is so funny that I just had to let you know. Thanks for the giggles.

Nina   September 24th, 2010 12:41 am ET


I just loved your show. I laughed so hard and it was so healing to laugh like this. You have tremendous impromptu skills. I really enjoy watching your interview unprepared. You are stellar! I will really miss you. You have a delightful mixed with genuine caring sense of humor, if that makes any sense! Thank You Larry for gracing our lives. ~ Nina

sioux wilcox   September 24th, 2010 12:51 am ET

I get this.... jerry larry the best

Jack   September 24th, 2010 1:08 am ET

Seinfeld and Madar lied to America. Bruce Baum also wrote "Letters From A Nut' with them!
Shame on you all for propping up this lie!

sioux wilcox   September 24th, 2010 1:14 am ET

I too drove home in the wee hours from work in the late 70's and early 80's and heard this amazing gravelly voice, and was truly entertained I have a mental image driving over Willow Pass on the freeway in Concord ,Calif. listening to Lar.... where you goin'!!! great entertainment tonite thanx for entertaining the troops All of us

Joe   September 24th, 2010 3:16 am ET

Hi Larry, I have been watching your show every night. I hope you will have another show somewhere. Thanks for all that entertainment.

Gail Poveromo   September 24th, 2010 6:38 am ET


Great Interview with Jerry Seinfeld, Barry and Colin...
Letter's from a NUT should be a TV Show...
Now Larry King Live is a show about nothing. lol

Inside but Outside
Still but Moving good concept

Larry, what is your BEST QUALITY?
think about that for a moment...

Love from Gail
God Bless KJV; Mizpah Genesis 31:49
The Lord watch between me and thee,
when we are absent one from the other.

Linda Reichman   September 24th, 2010 9:05 am ET

I saw Barry Marder on TV this morning. Is this the same Barry that grew up in Miami Beach in the 1960's? Did he go to Beach High? IF so it must be the same guy who sat behind me in Mr Jensens Drama class and got me in so much trouble! He was hilarious back then and I'm glad that he is successful now. He was one of the funniest guys I ever met. I hoped he would end up successful and not in prison! 🙂

Jerjol   September 24th, 2010 5:16 pm ET

A true comedic ICON in his own time.

Truly the best of the best.

Love his beautifull family.


Anna   September 25th, 2010 2:33 am ET

Roger Edmondson is right - I was immediately reminded of "The Lazlo Letters", a book that was hysterically funny when I first read it–in the 70's. It's a total ripoff of Don Novello's book. Shame on Jerry.

Carmenelisa Arango   September 25th, 2010 9:38 pm ET

From Colombia, South America. Congratulations to Jerry, Seinfield is a great show, I still watch it in Sony.
The other three actors are great too!

Barbara Woodin   September 25th, 2010 9:56 pm ET

I understand!

What a treat to see Jerry Seinfeld on your show – he's doing just what he did on "Seinfeld" – sigh – how I miss that show! Too bad he isn't on TV more often. Would love to see Colin Quinn on B'way – he's a really FUNNY guy!

I GET IT! JERRY IS JUST A GENIUS! Must read Ted Nancy's (love that name) "Letters from a Nut"!

Makayla   September 25th, 2010 9:57 pm ET

My favorite charachter on "Seinfeld" was all of them. Jerry your awesome.

Stefanie Serafini   September 25th, 2010 10:23 pm ET

I saw Jerry Seinfeld in Boston on Sept. 11th. It was, as usual a fabulous show! Why were so many of the jokes the same as when I saw him in April of 2008? I do love him!

its me...v   September 26th, 2010 1:12 am ET

I totally understood this episode of LKL....exploitation at its best. but thats the price we pay for capitalism.....


jaap nieuwland   September 26th, 2010 5:19 am ET

iam always watching larry but can sienfield touch ore screw al lightbold out of the decor greetings from holland

Ian W.Price   September 26th, 2010 5:19 am ET

Larry, will Jerry ever come to South Africa, I would love to see his form of humor live on stage by the way we love larry king live as well.

Vahidin Duric   September 26th, 2010 5:34 am ET

Guys just look at you and tell you what you're great. Best regards from Bosnia and Herzegovina

David   September 26th, 2010 5:50 am ET

Jerry Seinfeld the best comedien that has ever lived!! Have all the seasons on DVD and I keep watching them over and over again all the time.

It's always entertaining watching speak, he should have been back a long time ago!

Madelin Hazen   September 26th, 2010 1:42 pm ET

Each character was delicious. I loved Jerry, and Elaine, , and George and Frank; also George's father. The stations who owned these shows should continue to rebroadcast them always!

IKHAN   September 26th, 2010 3:17 pm ET

Hi Larry,

a great episode.
"Seinfeld" was a stroke of genius. A show about nothing which kept feeding your anticipation with every episode & redefined sit-coms.
I still love watching re-runs.

Thank you Jerry for making our evenings.

Gerard CC   September 26th, 2010 6:27 pm ET

They are all wild and great!

Newman is the dark heart of evil –
should be dependable, cheery, efficient
yet he
is lazy, devious, conspiratorial, sticky, sweaty and so plausible...

More Seinfelds please!

Also, all the 'parents' of the main characters are scarily accurate
– be careful of screenplay writers peering through our lace curtains!


Mireille Belofsky   September 26th, 2010 8:50 pm ET

Jerry Seinfeld is the best. Jerry is clever, insightful and of course funny. and always feel good funny, very funny. I totally adore him and went to see him twice in San Francisco. He was fantastic. Waiting to go and see him again AND my son looks like him. Every time I see Jerry I see my son who is also pretty funny. Amazing resemblance. Larry King show was super, is super, way above the other ordinary shows being broadcast today.

guava79   September 28th, 2010 8:15 am ET

Larry, I listened to you when you were on radio in Miami.
(wasn't it WIOD?) That was a long time ago!

And Jerry is without a doubt the funniest guy I've ever seen!
When Jerry speaks, my family listens!

All the best to the two best in their business!

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