December 16, 2010

Revisit 25 Years in 3 minutes

Posted: 09:35 AM ET
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Mark P. Ginsburg   December 16th, 2010 9:44 am ET

I can't tell you how much I have enjoyed watching you Larry over the years. You are without a doubt, the best interviewer in the world. Your style, grace and honesty ar second to none. People from all walks of life, entertainment, sports, politics, and general have entrusted you with their personal lives and opened up with an ease that only you have laid upon them.
I hope you continue to be well, and involve yourself in projects that you want to do. After all, television without you totally would leave a tremendous void in my life.
Bless you and your familoy always and best of everything always.
From a tremendous fan, mark P. ginsburg

adela palenzuela   December 16th, 2010 10:42 am ET

I love you Larry!
dint miss a show for the past 10 yrs
best of luck
God bless

Paula M.   December 16th, 2010 11:07 am ET

Larry – You're the best!!! I miss you already! Hopefully, we will be seeing you from time to time and I will look forward to that! Best of everything to you...

Agnes   December 16th, 2010 11:46 am ET

Hi Larry!! Just want to say You are the best!! Thank You,for always being honest &just YOU! I wish you & your family the best! Larry,relax & enjoy! Looking foward to the specials..thanks,MR.KING...

Karen Stone   December 16th, 2010 11:54 am ET

I am so sorry that Larry King will be leaving. I think he should always host the show. He made it what it is and we can depend on seeing it at the usual times. He has built an audience, is an excellent interviewer and is
still as sharp as ever. Why change what's going well? I will miss his personality and his level headed way of dealing with whatever happens.

Terri from Atlanta   December 16th, 2010 1:33 pm ET

I can't even begin to describe how much I will miss Larry King!
I have watched him faithfully over the years and enjoyed every single
show. He is the best, in my opinion. I look forward to seeing his
specials on CNN next year.

Amit Thakkar   December 16th, 2010 2:10 pm ET


I've watched your program since the late '80s when I was in middle school.

For me, the most unforgettable moment was the McGreevey kiss. Not even your friend Jerry Springer could have his show match that.

I'm in my early '30s now, and I have no problem saying that I've been a fan of your program and how I'll miss you very much.

You're a legend. You've been a giant in this business. There will never ever been another talk show host like you.

sandyhouston   December 16th, 2010 4:05 pm ET


Congratulations on your accomplishments throughout these 25 years. You have certainly interviewed some interesting people. I learned something new each time I watched your program.

I also wanted to thank you for this place, this blog you provided with all the articles after the tragic passing of Michael Jackson. Hearing your voice announce his death, in shock and totally devastated, I came to this place. The blog got a bit crazy but I cannot thank you enough for this refuge where I found a few who have since become sweet friends of mine.

In the interviews you have done with members of Michael's family, you have shown the upmost respect. You were there for them....and all of us. Thank you, thank you.

I wish you all the best and admire you for wanting to spend more time with your family. When it's all been said and done, that's what really matters.

Mohammed Viquar Azeem   December 16th, 2010 6:16 pm ET


You cared, you got some results.You cared enough, you got incredible results.

Relax and Rewind


Karen Higgins   December 16th, 2010 6:58 pm ET

Larry ..................You have no idea just HOW MUCH I WILL MISS

I have watched your show since you first went on the air!!!!!!

I kid my friends that I just got another email from Larr

My biggest surprise has been the fact that you had Wendy

behind you!! I gave you credit for it all!!! I am only happy for

Your two boys, that they will have their Dad around so much

Luv ya Larry I will miss you so much

Joan Tully   December 16th, 2010 7:23 pm ET

Dear Larry
I only hope you see this. I would be remiss if I didn't thank you for all the nights I've spent with you for 35 years. My favorite guest? Bill Maher, of course! You were always the best of hosts. Always gracious and fair.,and a comfortable man to spend some nights with. Enjoy your well deserved retirement with family & friends.
Garwood, NJ

Terri Bagatta-Reale   December 16th, 2010 7:52 pm ET

OMG Larry, I will be lost without you! You have brought me sooo much to look forward to nightly, and I feel like you're family. Thank you so very much for all the fun, entertaining, and educational shows you have done. Thanks for the memories and enjoy yourself!

Isabel   December 16th, 2010 8:26 pm ET

Best wishes Larry. Kudos to both Larry and CNN for understanding that some of us have a longer attention span than 140 characters and enjoy the opportunity to spend a whole hour learning about an interesting person.

Katrina   December 16th, 2010 8:40 pm ET

Dear Larry,
You and your show have been part of my evening for so many years (decades ) now. I'm going to really and truly miss YOU. 9 p.m. will never be the same. Thank you for all of those great evenings, for the wonderful banter with all your great guests, and for just being you. There really is only one King, and that's you. Best wishes to you and your family and best wishes for a great life outside of Larry King Live. Keep on being yourself. I'll really miss you. Katrina in Lexington, Kentucky

susan   December 16th, 2010 9:07 pm ET

Larry, You are the best! We will miss your terrific interviews everynight!!Thanks for all the wonderful TV!!! No one can replace you.

Patty   December 16th, 2010 9:07 pm ET


If you were going to appear as a talk show guest, whose show would you like to be on?

Rita   December 16th, 2010 9:10 pm ET

Thanks for all the great memories Larry, now take time to enjoy your family and friends, and best of luck with everything you do. You've given us lots of smiles and tears you're a legend!

Michelle A.   December 16th, 2010 9:10 pm ET


Best of Luck! You have always managed to give me a new perspective on people, current events, and topics of the day. I can not thank you enough! Best wishes!

Kathie   December 16th, 2010 9:10 pm ET

Thank you and best wishes as you start this new 25 year gig. May it be as rewarding and emotionally fulfilling as the past 25.

PS....please make Pierce sign a contract that he will have Bill Mahr on once in a while.


M Ryan   December 16th, 2010 9:10 pm ET

I've only been watching for a few years but I must say it'll never be the same........ever. I'll miss those suspenders

Cindy In Topeka, Kansas   December 16th, 2010 9:11 pm ET

Its never "goodbye...." It's always.... "see you later." Thank You Larry. U will B missed!

Scott   December 16th, 2010 9:11 pm ET

One word- LEGENDARY.

Patty   December 16th, 2010 9:12 pm ET


Who haven't you been able to interview? Who's the 'one who got away'?

Tina Okrasinski-Smith   December 16th, 2010 9:12 pm ET

Best wishes in what you may do in the future..sure will miss you..Love you..God Bless you...Love the outfit!

Linda Johnson   December 16th, 2010 9:12 pm ET

Can't imagine that not being a Larry King Live program! I've always enjoyed watching your shows and the many different guests. You were never afraid to ask the "tough" questions. There will be nobody to replace you! You will be greatly missed!

Cathy   December 16th, 2010 9:13 pm ET

We will miss you Larry, No one interviews like you do! You always brought us the top stories and most influential guests! I hope you enjoy the new show half as much as we always enjoyed yours!! God Bless!! Cathy in South GA

Michael Armstrong Sr.   December 16th, 2010 9:14 pm ET

It's almost like Larry is dieing and hes at his own wake so long Larry go jump in that R.V. and have fun .

Karenine Leveque   December 16th, 2010 9:14 pm ET

Hi Larry!

I am a great fan of yours although 25 years ago when you started the show I was only 5 years old. Like you sometimes say to others, I am saying to you tonight that YOU ARE ONE OF MY FAVORITE PEOPLE and I will miss you greatly.

Love you always,
Karenine Leveque

Jeffrey A. Eicoff   December 16th, 2010 9:14 pm ET

I first heard of Larry King when my father had an interview on Larry's radio
show. My father, Alvin M. Eicoff was a pioneer of advertising and spoke of his view of Larry King. Dad was so impressed with Mr. King that he thought Larry would be great on television. I have enjoyed Mr. Kings
show and I will miss his interaction with his questions of many important guests.

Best Regards

Jeffrey A. Eicoff

Julie Richards   December 16th, 2010 9:15 pm ET

Larry King – you are like the finest wine! Live strong and thank you for all the fantastic interviews.


saidi   December 16th, 2010 9:15 pm ET

what a sad day full of joy, congratulation for your accomplishment, you are an amazing man, never get tired whatching you, show biz will never be the same.

Gregory Mitchell   December 16th, 2010 9:15 pm ET

Larry.... You are and will be the best in getting the thruth out, and the American People Appreciate your honesty, and being forward !!! Best of luck Larry !!!

Rita   December 16th, 2010 9:17 pm ET

Canada will miss you!

antoinette bain   December 16th, 2010 9:17 pm ET

Larry, I have watched your show over the last 25years. You are the best.
You cannot be replaced. I have learnt so much from your interviews. You taught me how to listen, because you were such a great listener. I planned my night around your show for all these years. I will miss your show. Enjoy the rest of your life. I will be looking forward to your special.
And take care of your sons.

Michael Armstrong Sr.   December 16th, 2010 9:17 pm ET

Larry's all clear to run for president now .

Anna Ambartsumyan   December 16th, 2010 9:18 pm ET

So sad...Larry, you will be missed by so many people...You're the best and a true legend!!

Desiree S   December 16th, 2010 9:18 pm ET

Larry, i will miss you so much. enjoy retierment. good luck

Desiree S   December 16th, 2010 9:19 pm ET

please dont stop your show

Beth   December 16th, 2010 9:21 pm ET

You have been in a fixture in my life since the days of your radio show on WQAM in Miami in 1969. Can't imagine what my soundtrack will be like without you. All the best. Thank You!!!!!!!!!

stacey   December 16th, 2010 9:21 pm ET

I will miss him

Rick James   December 16th, 2010 9:21 pm ET

Long live the King! All the best for the future – we'll miss you!

A. Harvey   December 16th, 2010 9:22 pm ET

Good luck! We will miss you. You are the best Larry!

Name The Torres-Olivares Family!!   December 16th, 2010 9:22 pm ET

Hasta pronto, Larry King, you will be remember always!
We are enjoying your last show, enjoy your free time and be aware all of your fans will always be there for you. Sad you have to move on, we will all miss you:)

The Torres-Olivares Family!!

Stacy A. Ray   December 16th, 2010 9:22 pm ET

You are one of a kind Mr. King. We enjoy you always.

stacey   December 16th, 2010 9:22 pm ET

He will be truly missed

Lori   December 16th, 2010 9:23 pm ET

Larry Dont leave you are the funniest guy and best guy ever!!!!!

Marie & Wayne   December 16th, 2010 9:23 pm ET

Lots of happiness to you and your family. We'll miss you.

alisha   December 16th, 2010 9:23 pm ET


carbar   December 16th, 2010 9:23 pm ET

Today's the last day to see & hear how a talk show host should be.

Honest, great listening skills, diverse news features & just a great man. Nobody did or will do it better than the King!

Mr. King, this viewer will miss you terribly, and can't wait for your specials!

Enjoy your family and luxuriating in nothingness. You deserve it!

lynn   December 16th, 2010 9:23 pm ET

Dear Larry,

Will miss you so so much from now on. You are someone very special to every American family. Sincerely wish you a long healty life with many more happiness!!! Our love and best wish will be with you forever!!!
I will read your book for the 3rd time starting tonight. Thank you for your dedication. Love, Lynn from Pocono, PA

Van   December 16th, 2010 9:23 pm ET

You are the greatest. Going to miss watching you every night. I've been watching your show for decades. Thanks for the humbleness and for keeping those shady politicians honest.

pj   December 16th, 2010 9:24 pm ET

great media great interviews cnn at it's best

Lynne Cairns   December 16th, 2010 9:24 pm ET

I have enjoyed your show over the last several years. You will be missed.

Liza M.   December 16th, 2010 9:24 pm ET

Thank you Larry, I already miss you! Enjoy your time of retirement, cant wait for your specials!!

beckus schweetie   December 16th, 2010 9:25 pm ET

You helped to bring out the human part of people and helped us understand them more....Thank You for the questions and answers. I always thought that the road to peace was understanding...May God bless and keep you...Love Becky

Kourtney H.   December 16th, 2010 9:25 pm ET

Larry, only you make a Mini Mouse costume look darn good!

Ruth Owen   December 16th, 2010 9:27 pm ET

Mr. King. You r the king. You will be missed. It feels like a death almost. God Speed my friend. Don't leave us for along. You r the best.

pepe rozy   December 16th, 2010 9:27 pm ET

We will miss you Larry!........Toronto Canada

Lori   December 16th, 2010 9:27 pm ET

You will be missed on CNN you are a good man!!!

Jayanta   December 16th, 2010 9:27 pm ET

Please stay for couples of more years so that I can be a guest on your show 🙂 just kidding.. but will be missing you and this show for sure in our life time..

Reggie   December 16th, 2010 9:27 pm ET

Larry, Thanks for the memories...9pm will never be the same.

hanifa mas   December 16th, 2010 9:28 pm ET

oh god bless you with all blessings have a good retirement and good life i wish you good luck and to your son , and Larry just enjoy your life when you have it good luck and will will truly mis you alot ok thank you for everything

chris   December 16th, 2010 9:28 pm ET

Dear Mr king i am going to miss watching you

angela   December 16th, 2010 9:30 pm ET

Bye Larry, it feels like a part of my evening is going to be missing now, its going to take awhile, you were a steady fix.

Dodie   December 16th, 2010 9:30 pm ET

Larry, Larry, Larry.....

I do not think there is a person living that could fill your "suspenders" You have been like a family member since the 1990s gracing our living room and I will miss you dearly. You are "Stellar" as an individual, anchor and interviewer! Thank you for your years of devotion!
~ Dodie from Southern California

Henry Sr   December 16th, 2010 9:31 pm ET

Thanks for the Memories! No Good Byes....Just See Ya Later!

lia   December 16th, 2010 9:32 pm ET

oh were gonna miss you! its like a little part of all of us is going !!!!!!
please dont go!

Margo Butler from ontario   December 16th, 2010 9:32 pm ET

I will miss you Larry king, my favourite show, will be watching for your specials.

jreey patricia mi   December 16th, 2010 9:32 pm ET

Hi Larry.
We have enjoyed your show so much. We wil miss you.
Piers has some big suspenders to fill.

Lilian Townsend   December 16th, 2010 9:33 pm ET

Larry, America is better because of you. Thanks for the memories!

Maged Fahim   December 16th, 2010 9:34 pm ET

Your an icon in the history of TV shows. I wish you a long happy life. god bless your from Canada

Roxann R   December 16th, 2010 9:34 pm ET

Larry, if you marketed "Larry King Live" suspenders, you could sell them for charity...I know I woud buy them...cuz your the greatest!!!

Ebenezer E   December 16th, 2010 9:34 pm ET

Hi Larry, I'm 16 and grew up watching "Larry King Live" and I just wanted to let you know that we are all truly going to miss you. Thanks for all you've done.

Marcy Jones   December 16th, 2010 9:34 pm ET

There will be a huge void in my life, every night @ 9:00 p.m. You were the best!

Dorothy Jonathan-Abdullah   December 16th, 2010 9:35 pm ET

Thank you for your endless visits to my living room & bedroom for years. You have been a wonderful guest & it has been a real pleasure to have you over with your own guests. Thank you for introducing Bill Maher & Anderson Cooper. Because of you, I'm hooked to them. THANK YOU! Can't wait to see what you have in store in the future. Love You!!!!

Patti   December 16th, 2010 9:35 pm ET

Thank you for raising our intellect one interview at a time.

Brian   December 16th, 2010 9:35 pm ET

As I watch this last show I cannot stop SMILING because of all of the good memories! You are a wonderful man, I hope your next projects are very enjoyable.

Laura C.   December 16th, 2010 9:35 pm ET

Larry your are simply the best. I enjoyed your interaction with Jack Hanna and his animals.

Ruth Owen   December 16th, 2010 9:36 pm ET

God Speed to the best anchor ever. As a viewer, ill miss you so much. Don't be away too long.

Eva   December 16th, 2010 9:36 pm ET

We will miss in Canada Larry.

Christopher Ogbuokiri   December 16th, 2010 9:37 pm ET

From a humble immigrant from Nigeria, you have shown the world outside the United States what the value of free speech means! You have inspired a generation of young nigerians about the true meaning of self expression! We will miss you terribly!

Musse Abdulkarim   December 16th, 2010 9:37 pm ET

Larry – Now you will time to have some camel's milk
Enjoy your retirement

Judie   December 16th, 2010 9:38 pm ET

All the best to you and yours...
thanks for the memories, I will never forget you and Snoop Dogg,
funny stuff Larry.

Thank you for a place to discuss Michael Jackson, I, like Sandy from Huston have met so many great friends on the bloggy, her being one of the many. Sandy Linda Jax Lori Coco Nicole Denise Nuria Tink Allure Brigida Mariau MMJ Susan Mila Still Me Elly Jacquline Stu Mary Diane Patty Victoria Anne Jan Rf Fergy Lora Pat Mara G True 777 Carie Suzie Christine Terry Rhonda Ibelieve Margurite Timeless Jessie Rock With You Shelly Helen Alma Lisa Stacey Gene Doubting Thomas DN Lois Maria C Tatiana Lucerio Maggie Celine Samantha Tina Candy Maureen....and so on I am sure I have missed some but I will remember each of you. We had a great time "back in the day"!

Good Luck Larry
Love and Blessings

Nina   December 16th, 2010 9:38 pm ET


I have watched you for many years, your kindness and skill has always been exemplary! You will definitely be missed by our family. I cannot imagine anyone could fill your shoes. We will miss you...

Todd   December 16th, 2010 9:39 pm ET

Really enjoyed Larry King over the past years.
I tuned in tonight to see the final show, and after 15 minutes had to change channel –
This guy that is on, Bill Mars is trying to be funny – and he is taking away from a good show. He is not funny & he's annoying.
Good luck Larry –
I am changing the channel because of the Mars guy.

Doug D.   December 16th, 2010 9:39 pm ET

May your future life be as elastic as your suspenders

mamie moore   December 16th, 2010 9:40 pm ET

My family will miss u Larry

Ed Burke   December 16th, 2010 9:40 pm ET

I first saw Larry on Miami TV in 1975 after 11 at night hosting a stupid show called "Racing for Riches," or something like that, where the contestant guessed which horse was going to win a race that was replayed form that days races at Hialeah. Really dumb, but we watched it every night, just for the laughs. LArry looked really uncomfortable on camera.
But my law school roommate told me he was listening to the radio and Larry also hosted a local interview program that was really good. He was especially good at addressing legal issues. I started listening, and kept listening–he did GREAT interviews (I'm thinking of a guy named Murray Stans??)
No surprise that he has done so well. But if anybody has any kinescopes of "Racing for Riches"-they're worth a look– Hysterical.

Ed BUrke

Marlene Petta   December 16th, 2010 9:40 pm ET

You are the most talented and skilled interviewer in the world, no doubt about it. No one will ever be able to replace you.God Bless you and your time with your well-deserving family!

Gail Singleton   December 16th, 2010 9:41 pm ET

Mr. King, it is a pleasure to see someone interview another person as professionally as you have done over the years. You have managed to let each person reveal themselves, without judgement on your part. Your talent, and your genuine friendly personality will be missed each evening. Thank you for adding to our knowledge of all the interesting people there are in this world.

Gail Singleton

John Alexander   December 16th, 2010 9:43 pm ET

Way before CNN, before USA Today, Professor King was my teacher, introducing me to the world on late night radio talk show. From Miami and then Washington. When I returned from Viet Nam I became an over the road truck driver, drove nights and was educated, enlightened and entertained By Larry King and all the other talk show hosts on late night radio. Thank you Sir.

Nelson V.   December 16th, 2010 9:43 pm ET

Thank you Larry for asking the right questions to the guests I always needed answers. God Bless.

Dinorah   December 16th, 2010 9:44 pm ET

Great show.. 25 years has come too short, for your show to end. Loved seeing such a great interviewer, with such class! It certainly will not be the same.

Rand Spokane wa.   December 16th, 2010 9:45 pm ET

Larry we'll miss ya pal.. No one can take your place.

Angie A.   December 16th, 2010 9:45 pm ET

Dear Larry:

You are extraordinary. You have interviewed all types of people with all levels of fame, fortune and circumstance and you treated each person with respect, dignity, compassion, and empathy even while asking the tough question. You are amazing and prove that we can choose to be civil, kind and fair to each other. You always show regard for the humanity of every person you have had on your show. That has been remarkable, an amazing accomplishment.

Thank you for the wonderful, interesting, entertaining interviews.

God Bless you in your future endeavors. I will miss you so much.

Mary-Jane   December 16th, 2010 9:45 pm ET

@ Larry

You are definitely the "King" of TV! My family and I would all drive crazy in order to get home from work so we could view your show. You are the Best!!! We all love you Larry and you will be missed by this family.

julian   December 16th, 2010 9:48 pm ET

Larry King your a legend buddy i grew up watching you down to my grandparents place and here now i lie on my bed watching your last show and still can't believe your retiring. wish you all the best!

Regina Deveau, Nova Scotia, Canada   December 16th, 2010 9:49 pm ET

I have been watching your show for a looooong time. All the best to you and everyone will miss you.

Robert Whyte   December 16th, 2010 9:50 pm ET

More years ago than I care to remember I drove taxi in the city of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. I was just kid doing the night shift and managed to tune in to a Seattle,WA radio station and listen to "late night with Larry King" on what I think was the old Mutual Broadcast System. It was an eye opener to the world around me. He will be missed. Best Regards, Robert

Manideepa Patnaik   December 16th, 2010 9:51 pm ET

Hi Larry,

Those n number of kids and the youth of the world who have been raised by you through your work will always find you around them wherever they work. I tell my students of Business Administration, Computer Application and Engineering classes that if they have to learn the art of communication they must learn it from you and not from me. I as a reasonably faculty in demand of Business Communication just teach my students what you teach me, Larry. Nothing more, an honest career trick disclosed here. I do the same when I train art of facing interviews to civil service aspirants and whoever I train how to communicate. It's not just that that the older generation people will miss you for their time; leaders will miss you for their job; America will miss you for her voice; youth will miss you for their upbringing; kids will miss you for the premature maturity; common people and house wives with elite taste will miss you as the best .... it is also a fact that you yourself will miss the rest of the potential you have to groom us.

When you announced retirement I had called you Dad (as I fancy doing with a couple of others too) who I really admire. So Daddy, do not miss the rest of your best potential. I predict, your post retirement work will be your best work and you will remembered for thousands of years for your post retirement works and people will see the archive of your 25 years of work to know who the legend was who did so much post retirement.

Daddy! Do not get anyone get onto your nerves. Please do not let the crooks let you down by telling your stories about your loved ones for you know us more than we know we ourselves- not the crooks who will try to come on your way.

Daddy! Be very selective about who you mix with post retirement. Develop the ability to avoid abruptly people who try to upset you. You don't have to earn by tolerating people you are talking to!

Love you Daddy,

A child (not by blood)   December 16th, 2010 9:51 pm ET

Larry, You will be never forgotten.
Theodore NTEGMI

Bobbie and Gladys Ball, Missouri   December 16th, 2010 9:51 pm ET

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, we will miss you! You have a gorgeous family, enjoy them!

Alberta Kirk   December 16th, 2010 9:52 pm ET

Dear Larry,
Watching your last show, I keep hearing guests mention your 25 years and I know they mean TV, but you were so known for your radio interviews way, way longer than that. My Dad lived in Wilmington Del.
He was totally blind. He would go to bed early and get up in time to listen to your late night radio show. It was one of his favorite things to do. He liked to share all the news he heard from you and your guests.
God bless.

Elijah Monyenye   December 16th, 2010 9:52 pm ET

Thanks Larry King,we will miss you.You brought us light and indeed
you were good in what you did.Your shoes will be too much to fill.

Tesfaye   December 16th, 2010 9:52 pm ET

On behalf of Ethiopian and African people, I would like to say Thank you! for showing us the dignity in TV; even though, we experience only half of your tv life. I can only imagine the effect it would have been on the Ethipian and African or may be the rest of the world people had we experienced you from the begining.

Thank you again.

Octamom..   December 16th, 2010 9:53 pm ET

After tonight the LKL studio lights may dim, but will still shine in the hearts and minds for many years to come. Good luck and go safely onto your next journey..Viva la Larry King...the gentle man that wears suspenders to carry a heavy load...

gregg donovan   December 16th, 2010 9:53 pm ET

Your the ambassador of beverly hills

Jean, Toronto   December 16th, 2010 9:53 pm ET

Hello Larry:

You're looking great as usual in your Black, Yellow and Red attire. What a way to end your 25 years on CNN with Bill Maher who is one of your favorite people. He does make you laugh and your viewers as well.
Sorry to see you go be it temporary. In the past years when I commenced viewing your show as long as I was indoors, come 9:00 pm, Toronto time, I would switch to Larry King Live. I always enjoyed your shows. You will be missed.
It was also a pleasure seeing you with your suspenders, a unique attire. We will always remember you and your attire.
I loved commenting on certain topics as those controversial ones and US politics too! 🙂 I thank you for allowing my comments on your Blog.
I wish you good luck in all your future undertakings. Keep well and healthy. Looking forward to seeing you again sometime on CNN.
You have done well and excelled.
A hardworking person as you who loved your work, I can visualize you keeping busy. Never cease except to take a rest, a vacation, now and then.
I bet your fans worldwide, as I would love to be present at your Retirement Party in Los Angeles. Well, we are present in spirit.
A New Year will soon be upon us. Therefore, I wish you and your family an Enjoyable, Happy, Healthy and Peaceful New Year 2011 and in the future.
God bless you always Larry!

John   December 16th, 2010 9:53 pm ET

You are journalism! Thank you for your wonderful wit and wisdom. You will surely be missed.

JERRY @Patricia MI.   December 16th, 2010 9:54 pm ET

HI larry ,
we will miss your top gun interviews, we hope you have a happy and healthy retirement. enjoy your children.

Elijah Monyenye,Twin Cities,MN   December 16th, 2010 9:55 pm ET

We enjoyed what you brought to us each evening

Iryna   December 16th, 2010 9:55 pm ET

Long live the King! Larry, the whole world will miss you!

Laurie Donaldson   December 16th, 2010 9:56 pm ET

LARRY KING KING OF CNN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I am watching your last show as I write this. I watch you almost every night. It just won't be the same. I am crying and I don't cry. You are special and I can not see the show without you. You have a way with people that takes a certain kind of person and that cannot be replaced. I understand that it is time for you to do other things in your life. You are on top of you game. I admire you and I want you to wish you the best and I look foward to seeing your specials and anything else that you may do in the future. Love Ya!! Laurie

Dyanne Mack   December 16th, 2010 9:58 pm ET

I am going to miss my nights watching you Larry....

NiurkaMaria   December 16th, 2010 9:59 pm ET

Thank you for 25 years of fantastic shows. No one can own a candle to Mr. Larry King. Good Luck, much happiness to you & your family in the up coming years. God Bless,

Jean, Toronto   December 16th, 2010 10:00 pm ET

You have a great family Larry. How time flies! Your two sons are grown up. It looks like one of them might follow in your footsteps. He must have been viewing you every night on LKL and also those who were on your shows. He is a good imitator of people.
Of course, as always, tonight is an enjoyable great show and a great send-off for you which you deserve.
Good luck!

Michael Armstrong Sr.   December 16th, 2010 10:00 pm ET

Larry old soldiers never die they just fade away .

kaloke   December 16th, 2010 10:00 pm ET

@ Larry

Many thanks for 25 enjoyable years. I have always looked forward to your show and your distinguished and wondrous example for all Americans. Wishing you many years of enjoyment in your retirement. Hopefully you will visit CNN periodically! Miss you Larry!!!

Thank You Larry!!!

RoninDave   December 16th, 2010 10:02 pm ET

It's a shame the gentle pass on while the aggressive thrive. We need more civil discourse and less blowhards

Ben Temu   December 16th, 2010 10:03 pm ET

Hi Larry,
I can't imagine the coming days, weeks, months without the LKL !
I grew up watching you, I began watching the LK show back in Tanzania !
After I finished high school and my Dad and I used to watch your great show! I'm sure as he watches your last show beack in Tanzania! the good memories flashes back!
So I wish You the very best!! in the next phase of your endeavor.
so long.......

Brian Waugh   December 16th, 2010 10:03 pm ET

So long Larry! Enjoy your retirement and thanks for a great show!

RV Kaushik   December 16th, 2010 10:03 pm ET

Larry, Your show has been the star show on CNN, here in the USA & the world over for a quarter century!! Can you believe that!! All good things come to an end. Great that you have been able to call the end when you are still active & have many years of active life ahead.
Good luck . I am going to miss you show. Maybe you can put together a DVD collection of the classic interviews
God Bless you Larry!

deb paduda   December 16th, 2010 10:04 pm ET

Larry and Wendy, you've probably heard this a million times but I haven't checked your most recent posts since I've never commented on blogs but I will really miss seeing Larry King Live and all the great guests the show had. Yikes what news show will I find thats as entertaining, educating and non-offensive as your show. Kudos to you 25 yrs. I just finished coaching 20 yrs, I get it. That time will be filled tomorrow. The kids can't wait.

Bobby Abbenante   December 16th, 2010 10:05 pm ET

Mr. Larry,
Thank you for all the years, just saw your son do an imitation of you so cool, Have enjoyed you have turned you off depending on guest, but then turning back to see what you did with the guest. You are a Class Act.
LOVED the zipper joke with Bill Clinton, that will come up tomorrow on the news never new about it but it was one of the best parts of the show as well as Katie Curics poem. Go enjoy what you have earned, you can not stay away you will be back but to coin a phrase "Thanks for the Memories"
Enjoy your family~~!

Ben Temu   December 16th, 2010 10:05 pm ET

Hi Larry,
I can't imagine the coming days, weeks, months without the LKL !
I grew up watching you, I began watching the LK show back in Tanzania !
After I finished high school and my Dad and I used to watch your great show! I'm sure as he watches your last show back in Tanzania! the good memories flashes back!
So I wish You the very best!! in the next phase of your endeavor.
so long.......

Derron McCreath - Jamaica   December 16th, 2010 10:06 pm ET

Thank you Larry for a wonderful, informative and interesting show. Sorry you had to go, but I look forward to seeing you on air again. All the best for the future, enjoy your family and allow God to guide you into His plan for your life.


Jonathan   December 16th, 2010 10:06 pm ET

Larry, i started watching your show 12 yrs ago and been watching it ever since, i wish nothing but the best for you and your family... You will be truly missed, and nobody can ever replace you.... god bless, and thank you for 25 great yrs, the best is yet to come....

Carol , New Hampshire   December 16th, 2010 10:07 pm ET

Larry, I'm going to miss listening to your informative interviews every evening. I have been a loyal follower since you've been on CNN. I sincerely hope this isn't a retirement, but I do understand having more time to spend with your family. Larry, you are a class act. I can't imagine anyone filling your shoes. Best wishes.

Mr. Lee   December 16th, 2010 10:10 pm ET

Mr. King thank you for all of those years you gave us. through you, and some others, you made it possible for us to see and hear from many stars and celebrities. please take a rest break , and then come back. and last but not least, spare me a pair of your suspenders, please, make them available if at all possible, again, you are a scholar and a gentleman, you did television the way television was suppose to be up some times.

i mille   December 16th, 2010 10:10 pm ET

I enjoyed your show for all these years. May you have good health and enjoy your semi retirement. As I told my children when they left home never forget who you are and where and who you came from.
We are only in control of our actions and reactions. G- will handle the rest. Thanks for bringing us the news and for the pop culture.
We will see you later on the next set.

Henya   December 16th, 2010 10:11 pm ET

Wow Larry even the President took his time to congratulate you, I can tell you was taking by it, so was I. I will defiantly miss you, good luck to you and your family,

Wanda roe   December 16th, 2010 10:11 pm ET

Larry,thanks for being there so many nights I loved meeting your wife,shawn and her mother which at Compassionate Friends convention. All of you had such good encouraging words to say which meant so much to a bereaved mother. You will never be forgotten. You are really th
E man of the year. W. S. Roe

suchahugefun   December 16th, 2010 10:12 pm ET

Thank you for showing up with family and Tony Bennett.
I am happy you stay with family like that.
You encourage me a lot.
We want to have a baby between us too like you.
And if I could be a rich like you, it would be so fantastic.
My one of dream is that we own winery that my husband grandparents used to own but one of relative ate up their money, he said.
I have a troublesome one or two relatives too, but
I want to make it with my husband to keep and increase money to do.
And nice Spanish style house with a pool and park yard.
It sounds really small dream for you, but I want to make it with my husband.
I don't want to be interrupted by anybody.

You have in movies and TV screen of International Air ports.
I came from Japan but I am an independent , not to belong to J companies.
I am not in Japanese community but I love to socialize any people in USA.
I appreciate anything to learn here, and I learnt a lot through you too.
Criss Angel, was he really insane ? Or trick?

So many amazing things in USA.
God bless you !

ckelly   December 16th, 2010 10:12 pm ET

It was another enjoyable show Larry!!

Your regular appearance will be missed-My father loved you and watched you nightly and I have done so too.

Best wishes. Enjoy your next adventure, I am sure your family will!

We look forward to seeing you again soon on CNN!!:)

best regards,
Colleen Kelly

Lyn Marshall   December 16th, 2010 10:12 pm ET

Larry, I am so sad to see you leave the program. My mother, who died in May 09 was a huge fan of yours and every time I visited her, we watched Larry King Live. She was a very smart woman who kept up with current events, and watched you faithfully. I started watching you regularly after her death as a way to stay connected to her. I will miss that connection and feel like you're leaving is a significant event in my resolution of losing her. You were a very significant person in her life and also in mine. Best wishes to you and hope I can catch your future programs. Thanks Larry!

Marian Hardy   December 16th, 2010 10:15 pm ET

I so wished that Larry could re-tell those extremely funny stories that I heard him tell on night time radio at least 40 years ago. Especially the one about when he worked as a salesman, selling what he called 'baby tendas'. This was home sales and he would take the baby tendas into the homes and set them up before the parents of the little one. He set one up wrong, and the 'baby tenda' had a spring and flipped the baby out of tenda. I shall never forget some of those stories. I really wished he could tell them again.

I will surely miss you !!!

Jordan Amman   December 16th, 2010 10:15 pm ET

I have been watching your show for years. I am originally from Jordan and must tell you that people watched your show half way around the world. Thank you for your graciousness and inspiration.

alex nunez   December 16th, 2010 10:17 pm ET

larry THE KING I love you so much, you bring respect to us and your guests, smart, funny, the only good show that you can watch this days is going to be hard not to have you, you will be miss by this family for ever.
god bless.

Nana Brown   December 16th, 2010 10:18 pm ET

I have been watching your show ever since it started. Best wishes on your retirement it's time to enjoy your loving wife and family. You will be missed dearly.

Elizabeth from Monaca, Pa.   December 16th, 2010 10:19 pm ET

Larry. you were and always will be the king of television, a king who could reach into the hearts of all who sat with you and shared their innermost thoughts. A unique and fine humane, human being!!! No one could ever fill your shoes. With a tear in my eye, I bid you fond farewell, God Bless you and keep you in your new journey. So long, we will miss you.

Smith in Oregon   December 16th, 2010 10:21 pm ET

Larry, thank you for bringing into our home your wisdom, wit and celebrity's for over 20 years! There is no one out there to fill your suspenders! You'll be missed and many of your viewers along with myself remain hopeful you'll be back from time to time with another outstanding hour with Larry King Live.

Thanks Larry,
Smith in Oregon

GERRY   December 16th, 2010 10:23 pm ET

Since my husband's've helped me with my grief..your show was something to look forward to every night..loved the Fr/ Sinatra interview 12 or 13 yrs're a class act, Larry..missed seeing one of your favorite people on your show tonight, former Gov. Mario Cuomo of NYState....We LOVE you,,we'll miss you,,Just keep Healthy & Happy ! Love,,G ...

John Holland-Fort Smith, AR   December 16th, 2010 10:27 pm ET

Larry King is a gentleman of honest mind. And a gentleman always knows when to leave. Mr. King, from the depths of our faithful hearts, we extend warm affections, sincere gratitude, and large respects. Thank you and good luck. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Marek   December 16th, 2010 10:32 pm ET

Dear Larry! I came to US three years ago and I did not know you or your show before (just heard about it couple times). But I can tell you this ... I was always looking forward to make myself comfortable in front of a TV and watch you and your guests. I learned a lot .. at the beginning I've got very little from the shows but as I improved my English and I've got to know more and more about all the goings-on here in US I enjoyed your shows more and more ... Your show was my favorite on CNN I am going to miss it a lot. Thank you for all your work! In a sense ... you were my teacher 🙂 Right now, I am having a glass of my best whiskey to your tribute! I wish you long years of great life to enjoy with your family!

Ronn Brourman   December 16th, 2010 10:32 pm ET

Larry King, you are an absolute treasure!! Your 25 years of work is incredible, and through your informative and insightful shows, guests and your brilliant interviews, you have provided our nation and the world with enormous benefits which will last forever.

Thank you so much, Larry!! So long friend–I wish you, your family and your many friends and fans all of the best!!!

Sharon   December 16th, 2010 10:35 pm ET

Larry, I will really miss you. You have provided great entertainment for me for a very long time. No one is relaxed as you with the 50, 000 interviews you have done.You are bigger than life..yet as ordinary as blueberry pie.May you live a thousand years! Mazel tov ! And good luck!

Vicky   December 16th, 2010 11:00 pm ET

Larry, I will miss you greatly. I have been a fan of yours for many, many years. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and family.

Anne D   December 16th, 2010 11:03 pm ET

Thanks for all the great interviews over the years, Larry. I wish you and your family all the best and look forward to seeing you in many places, including Vegas! The best is yet to come no doubt.

Curt   December 16th, 2010 11:06 pm ET

Thank you for the interviews Larry! We'll miss you, I wish you all the best!

Kathy Holcomb   December 16th, 2010 11:13 pm ET

I'll add my thanks for all the years of enjoyment Larry. You are the best. It's very telling that no one is saying anything negative about you. Not many people could go out like that. Enjoy your retirement. We'll never forget you and look forward to your specials.

Redding, CA

John   December 16th, 2010 11:13 pm ET

"There's an end to every beginning, & a beginning to every end" ..God Bless Larry King...You are blessed w/so many people sending you our love & best wishes & blessings for the very best of Health ahead for many yrs..

Irene   December 16th, 2010 11:15 pm ET

Larry, I was teary-eyed watching your last show. I am going to miss you terribly. You are the one show I look forward to watching every single night. I know there comes a time you have to hang it up and enjoy other things but you will be truly missed!!!!!! I look forward to seeing you occasionally in the future. So long and God Bless to the BEST!!!!

Andy   December 16th, 2010 11:26 pm ET

What a true legend, LARRY, YOU'LL BE MISSED!! One of my all time favorite show!!

Long live KIng   December 17th, 2010 12:08 am ET

We will miss you

Long live KIng   December 17th, 2010 12:09 am ET

Simply the best

Robin Hansen   December 17th, 2010 12:13 am ET

Thank you Larry! So many great interviews. I still don't know what I will do without you. I have watched for most of the years you've been on. You will be missed. Enjoy all that extra time with your family. God bless you Larry

Sue Henson   December 17th, 2010 12:14 am ET

We have recorded Larry's shows the last 20 year old daughter made sure....the one show we have common. I feel like everyone....such a loss...What do we watch now?

His boys....what a tribute they gave him tonite. That's the best.

We love you, Larry, Sue and Jordan

Meret   December 17th, 2010 12:16 am ET

Larry I always felt that the height of success is being interviewed by you. Now I missed my chance ha ha ha.

Love ya and will miss you terribly.

James A   December 17th, 2010 12:17 am ET

Larry, you have been incredible for the last 25 years. Though I've only watched you for about 10 of those years, I can easily say that you will go far...even without the show. May God blees you, may the wind be at you back, a smile be on your face, and here's hoping that things from tonight on as as great as things before and during the show.

We will miss you. *cries*

Latty H.   December 17th, 2010 12:29 am ET

We missed you Larry.. You were Inspirational.

grace   December 17th, 2010 12:31 am ET

Larry, you're irreplaceable. Sad for me; happy for you. Congratulations on your remarkable achievements and thanks from the heart.

Lissette   December 17th, 2010 12:38 am ET


I started watching you from the beginning, I was 19 years old and now I am almost 44 from a little town in the Dominican Republic, Santiago. I remember getting CNN and MTV from the beginnng. I practically grew up with you. I was always mezmerized by the way you interviewed. If everyone learned to listen like you do, we would have a more peaceful world. I have lived in Miami for the past 23 years and continued watching you. Thank you for the one hour a night we looked forward to. Hope you enjoy your time off!

Cheers! Lissette C.

Anne Bernadel   December 17th, 2010 12:39 am ET

Au Revoir, compagnon de minuit!


Hugh ~ California   December 17th, 2010 12:48 am ET

CNN won't be the same without "The King." Thanks Larry for entertaining us all for so many years. I will miss your show, but I look forward to seeing you again soon on television, whatever the format. God Bless You, and Happy Holidays.


Ray McClure   December 17th, 2010 12:53 am ET

Thank you Larry for all the years of entertainment. I remember one night on your late night radio show in the 60's a woman in NY called and said a burgular was at her door . You got her address of the air and sent the police to her house . She was so grateful for your concern and act of kindness. . I'll allways remember the many good things you have done for so many people .
Good luck

Jean Marc Charles   December 17th, 2010 1:01 am ET

Tonight, I stayed late to watch the last show of Larry King live after 25 years with CNN. What a historic night and congratulations to Larry. It is all about building an empire thorough the years ! A good path to follow...

jane coneys   December 17th, 2010 1:06 am ET

Thank you so much

Jane xx

BERTHA CECILIA URDINOLA ALJURE - Wageningen - Holland   December 17th, 2010 1:50 am ET


Thank you so much
God bless you!

jacqueline\nl   December 17th, 2010 2:43 am ET

Thank you Larry for 25 years Larry King Live loved it
Larry thank you for this blog you put up for all MJ fans
I met wonderfull ppl here when MJ died
We disscus so many things here we about MJ, i dont know if the new anker will do this for us to
And also thank you friends i loved and sometimes i didnt like it reading the blog but after all we are all MJ fans
Hope there will be another blog again like this

Jacqueline from holland/ jacqueline/nl

Arif   December 17th, 2010 3:01 am ET

Love your show,, will miss you 2 much.. Am writing from Saudi Arabia. Riyadh. Wish you happy life.

Jim M   December 17th, 2010 3:04 am ET

Larry, you have always been a conversationalist, not a confrontationalist like most others in the business. I appreciate that and will miss it greatly. All the best and I look forward to the first Larry King Special.

Heidemarie   December 17th, 2010 3:12 am ET

You have been an icon in tv entertainment and interviewing for so many years, and we the public have been blessed. My mother has watched you faithfully for 25 years, and she is now 82 years old. I have watched your show as long as I can remember as well. I uprooted my entire life in Manhattan this year to move to Seattle, and move Mom to Seattle, so that we can move her near at least 2 of her kids (I have a brother in Seattle). At our most homesick moments for NYC possible, we tuned in to Larry and it made everything ok. Your voice and show have been a comfort, and I'm not sure how we'll go on without you. Larry, thank you, thank you, thank you so much. There will never be another Larry King Live. Ever. And I'm so grateful I lived in an era where I was lucky enough to experience you.

Sia G   December 17th, 2010 3:30 am ET

You'll always be Larry the King

maggie   December 17th, 2010 3:35 am ET

Why does it take a minute to say hello
and forever to say goodbye--Author unknown.

So long Larry.

Jorja in Iowa   December 17th, 2010 3:52 am ET

I lived in Miami many years and remember your radio show, which I enjoyed. I have been a fan of your show since the beginning and it has become the one show I look forward to watching each night. I will sure miss you, but wish you all the best.

Adina   December 17th, 2010 4:10 am ET


My father has been listening to you since you were on radio and through him I came to know who you are.

You've interviewed the most celebrated, controverscial, misunderstood, and notorious figures in the world and beyond.

You've covered the most talked about things in the news and done a lot to help those in need with your fund raising specials.

The thing that makes you different from your other interviewers is that you keep you guest relaxed and make them feel comfrontable. (Which is now a rarity nowadays.)

Thank you, Merci.

I'll miss seeing you everynight and I can't wait to see your specials.

Much love and may God bless and help you in your retirement along with your family.


Godwin Ariwodo   December 17th, 2010 4:13 am ET

Bringing you love from Nigeria, i watch ur shows from here and i must say that i'm impressed at your performance out there, you're indeed a gem, wishing all the best and hey! we're expecting more. cheers in blessings

Roman Gerner   December 17th, 2010 4:19 am ET

Thank You Larry für years of great Infotainment.
I loved your show.

Best Regards from Vienna, Austria.


Stanley Kosev   December 17th, 2010 4:32 am ET

The end of a Legend with 25 years on TV and over a 50 000 interviews and meetings with world's famous and influential people. These like Larry King are only several people in the world, who makes the real television. One of them is the Bulgarian TV legend Kevork Kevorkian with the same TV expеrience – 25 years in National Television's show "Every Sunday".

Kamruzzaman Md   December 17th, 2010 5:18 am ET

Larry, this is a great moment! I would expect this day someone is taking your interview 😉 Someone would ask you questions like you did for 25 years..

Long live Larry...!!

Greetings from snowy Belgium...

Jim   December 17th, 2010 5:31 am ET

From Bosnia. I watch everyday.

As an American overseas you bring me home on a daily basis.

Good luck.


An American advisor

J.Jain   December 17th, 2010 5:47 am ET

Miss You suspender man

Isaac Nzelwa   December 17th, 2010 5:56 am ET

Larry King your the King, we will me you. Your irreplacable. Wish you a happier life with your family

Ugo & Chuka Chima   December 17th, 2010 6:01 am ET

Larry King is an institution. we admire your exceptional listening skills, its indeed second to none. Thanx Larry and so long.

Ugo & Chuka Chima   December 17th, 2010 6:02 am ET

Larry King is an institution. we admire your exceptional listening skill, its indeed second to none. Thanx Larry and so long.

Carmen Girardi   December 17th, 2010 7:34 am ET

I have watched Larry King live for 10 years. When I was working on a ship you were the only constant root that I had. Your show was always interesting, knowledgable and entertaining. You were always humble and your forte was your compassion when a death occurred or tragedy unfolded. Last night's show was great but it was your sons who brought tears to my eyes with their thoughts and impressions of you. Enjoy your family and your life. I will miss you!

Gabriela   December 17th, 2010 8:13 am ET

Dear Larry, I am from Austria and have been watching your show whenever possible! You're fantastic and together with your fans from all over the worldI wish you all the best for the future! You'll be missed...

Idzan Ismail, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia   December 17th, 2010 9:02 am ET

A befitting farewell tribute tonight for the King of Kings which left me in tears.
I don't know how I will spend my evening now without your show. Never missed it. Even If I am away, I will record it.
I learnt so much about America from you and the regular commentators here .
To me today represents the end of an era of effortless broadcasters who got people talking without being harangued like Ms Couric said.
Please auction off your suspenders and the money received be given to world charity.
That will be a fitting memory of the only one in suspenders.

Jean Kroeber   December 17th, 2010 9:11 am ET

There aren't words enough to express

My thanks to you for sharing your life with such grace for
so many years.

my sadness that you are not going to be on CNN regularly

Here in Germany, I tuned in to your show at 11:00 am in the morning. I am going to miss you so much along with so many millions of other people throughout the world–I am grateful you've b een there for 25 years interviewing interesting people, adding your perceptive comments, laughing in your inimitable way, but now comes the hard part - to be without your presence - one of the pleasures of life has been taken away.

It's with good reason the greats in broadcasting publicly applaud you today - we have so few of your stature. The poem by Diane Sawyer brought tears to my eyes - it is a big gift of love.

Your boys are great (though I can imagine sometimes your persona was challenging for them as you were in the limelight every day - also your wife). Now remember your interview last week with Bon Jovi - that his wife and his kids pay no attention to his "sexiest man status"!

Viel glück and much love,

Jean Kroeber

Yogi (Huguette) Garnhum   December 17th, 2010 10:15 am ET

I will miss you a lot....what am I supposed to do at 9....

Cathie C. Lunde   December 17th, 2010 10:29 am ET

Congratulations on your 25 years! I first started watching your show with my mother, Esther. She watched your show all the time. I watched different shows and different channels all the time. However, for about 17 years, my mother and I spent time together watching your show, commenting on your guests and the discussions. We thought your show was informative and entertaining!

Michael V Caldwell THINKING OUT OF THE BOX FOR AMERICA   December 17th, 2010 10:41 am ET


This is what Great People Do In America & Around Our World..

There Are Thinkers & There Are Doers, Then There are Thinkers & Doers and this is the The List that You Are On.

Always Striving To Be Part Of The Solution; Using Mutual Respect, Common Sense & Ameri-Can Do Attitude As Our Guidelines To Follow.

Respectfully, Michael V Caldwell

Ale   December 17th, 2010 11:23 am ET

Thank you Larry! Watching 25 Years in 3 minutes I saw President Nixon and remembered his words: "you are here to say goodbye to us, but we don't have a good word for it in English – the best is au revoir. Hope we'll see you again"

Delynn   December 17th, 2010 12:32 pm ET

Will miss you, you are the King of TV at night. May you and yours always be blessed. I hope to never miss any of whatever you do in the future. Have watched you for many years and was always entertained. So long, come back soon:)

Jessie from Auckland, NZ   December 17th, 2010 8:40 pm ET

Hi Larry!

I was glad I got to watch your show in the last couple years and before you retired. They have always been interesting and you just had that special touch – a human touch. I have felt like I have known you forever.

Hang on to those suspenders now, they might be worth a lot, lol.

Enjoy the rest of your life Larry and more free time and time with your family. Well deserved!

I will end by saying thanks for everything and for the memories, and they are not making them like you anymore, I don't think. God bless!

Idzan Ismail, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia   December 17th, 2010 9:16 pm ET

Larry, my regret is not appearing in any of your shows. Even a phone call to you guests will do. Haha.
But I cling to the memory of having two of my comments aired in the crawl column of your show.
So long. May you always be with us, your fans.

Anointed One   December 17th, 2010 9:26 pm ET

Ni hao (Hello) Larry

My English not to good, I from China. but I want thank you for this program. It helpd me to no Amerika and Inglish.

Xie xie ni (thank you)

Kim Lee

Kathy   December 17th, 2010 9:30 pm ET

Awe Larry!

Your grace and dignity filled our living room every night for 24 years. You became a family member which we would listen to nightly. You will be so missed by this family.

Kathy from BC, Canada

Yolanda   December 17th, 2010 9:54 pm ET

Larry King

We will miss you so much. You have been an inspiration to everyone here in Narvik, Norway. Thank you so much for so many years of devotion. God Bless

Mike Smith   December 17th, 2010 9:59 pm ET


I belong to a team who brought in a TV to our work place so we could watch your show during our break! Your generous demeanor is exemplary! Have a wonderful retirement and enjoy your family.

Jean, Toronto   December 17th, 2010 10:37 pm ET

Larry, an Icon on LKL – CNN.
Your finale was an extremely moving one. I could not help but shed a few tears. It was as though I had lost a relative, a friend, be it that they were traveling overseas.
The darkened picture of your speaker was indeed touching. My words are insufficient to express my feelings viewing it. It was a fitting end to a great one, Larry "King" Live for 25 years.
Yes! You will be missed and are already missed. Can anyone replace you and the person whom you are? I doubt it – never.
It is stated that two mountains never meet but two people may meet. Who knows, someday, as I always say, if the Good Lord wills, my family, friends and I may catch a glimpse of you in Los Angeles when we visit there.
With sincere feelings, once again, good luck and Au Revoir. May God take good care of you.

Ruby   December 17th, 2010 11:15 pm ET

Wishing you the best in life Larry as you certainly gave us your best! I would often discuss your wonderful program at work the next day with co-workers. Everyone always said how much they love you and your program. Gotta Love those suspenders. Whenever I see suspenders on a man.... I think of "YOU" : )

Michael V Caldwell   December 19th, 2010 11:08 am ET

"It's Never Too Late To Turn Things Around & Lead Your Country, Your Children's Future By Good Example Not Bad Example"


"ROAD TO PEACE" (film short story)

Opening Scene: (filmed in black & white, silent film)

We see an old Soldier walking down a dirt road with a machine gun under his arm
and carrying his young son on his shoulders.

The young boy and his father are dressed in their combat clothing and the boy
also has a machine gun gun tucked under his arm, suddenly they stop.

(our camera pans to a person sitting on a large rock on the side of the road)

We see the back of this person only, the person is wearing a black hooded robe
with their hood raised up.

(we pan back to the old soldier and his son)

The old soldier places his son on the road then pushes him in the direction
of the hooded stranger.

The young boy walks cautiously up to the stranger with his gun drawn upwards
as he gets closer we notice the person is small in stature then the boy points
the gun at the back of the strangers head.

The stranger turns around slowly then we see it is a young girl, the girl is
the same age as the boy.

The young girl places a daisy in the barrel of the boy's gun.

(at that instant our film changes to color and remains in color)

Next, we see they young boy standing there with a blank look on his face he then
drops the gun on the ground, the gun vanishes and where the gun was we see
three books there instead.

The boy picks up the books curiously, then turns and looks in the direction
where his father was with an astonishment look.

(we show a close-up on boys face then we pan our camera to the father)

The boy's father is now standing there dressed in a white shirt and slacks and
holding sets of plans tucked under his arm in the place of a gun.

(we pan back to boy and girl)

We see the boy standing there dressed in the same attire as his father, with
three books tucked under his arm in place of his gun staring at the girl that is
still sitting on the rock, the girl has long curly brown hair and is now wearing
white clothing, she also has three books sitting next to her.

Closing Scene:

We see the backs of all three of them walking down the road towards the setting
sun, the boy and the girl are holding hands both of them carrying three books
tucked under their arms.

The father has three sets of building plans tucked under his arm and is walking
with his head up high..

Fade Out End...Or Beginning Of A Brighter Future For Our World..

Written By Michael V. Caldwell

(I Dedicate My Film Short Idea to Larry King Who Always Has The Ability To Make People Think About Their Actions)

Jeni Stepanek   December 19th, 2010 9:36 pm ET

Dear Larry, Amazing - your career and dedication to informing the world on all matters. Thank you. Most of all, thank you for being one of the very few media sources that gave my son a worldwide platform for spreading a message of hope and peace that he held in his heart. You had no personal agenda other than the gift of giving my son that worldwide platform, and helping people everywhere have access to this mesage. Many folks say "Mattie J.T. Stepanek inspires me." You, Larry, never hesitated to mention Mattie, or to allow him to share his heart in a powerful way, or to speak of his unfolding legacy since his death. You backed your words of admiration with action, and never hesitated to stand by those words and actions in a public
way. For that, I am forever appreciative, and you have my personal and professional respect. May the future unfold in many good ways for you and you family. And may you realize more reasons to smile than to sigh as you reflect back upon each day.
Peace, and love, and appreciation,
Jeni Stepanek ("Mattie's mom").

JOANNE   December 21st, 2010 8:13 pm ET


Nona Mills   December 22nd, 2010 1:28 pm ET

Larry, an Icon on LKL – CNN. Your finale was an extremely moving one. I could not help but shed a few tears. It was as though I had lost a relative, a friend, be it that they were traveling overseas. The darkened picture of your speaker was indeed touching. My words are insufficient to express my feelings viewing it. It was a fitting end to a great one, Larry "King" Live for 25 years. Yes! You will be missed and are already missed. Can anyone replace you and the person whom you are? I doubt it – never. It is stated that two mountains never meet but two people may meet. Who knows, someday, as I always say, if the Good Lord wills, my family, friends and I may catch a glimpse of you in Los Angeles when we visit there. With sincere feelings, once again, good luck and Au Revoir. May God take good care of you.

Adriana Rocha   December 22nd, 2010 1:47 pm ET

I started enjoying Larry's show back in 2000 during my stay in the US to study English. I am writing all the way from Brazil to say that I am sad to see him go : (

Tassew and daniel   December 25th, 2010 12:55 am ET

Hi larry we are from ethiopia and we are proud a american. All our families are in va, we know about cnn and even we are in remote area. I am amazed when people compare cnn w/ another cables .cnn is number 1. We love u larry
Daniel woldegiorgis
Happy holidays

sandra stone   December 25th, 2010 3:45 am ET


Cannot find remarks by Sting on WINTER alluded to December 24th.
Your help would be appreciated.

Many thanks for years of pleasure keeping company with Larry.

Yours truly, Sandra Stone

Carmen M. Nunez   December 25th, 2010 2:24 pm ET

Larry, my mom and I miss your shows so much and no one, no one will ever replace you! Your shows were educational, entertaining and we had the opportunity to see dignitaries and the like, because of your show. Please stay well, enjoy your family and God bless you! I will miss your shows always. My mom always referred to you as the man with the suspenders – you are very special! I just want you to know that I choked in tears during your last show – it was very difficult to know there would be no more Larry King shows. I look forward in seeing you do your specials in the future.
Respectfully – a fan who admires you so much for your credibiilty, professionalism and humanitarian. God bless you – cmn

Martin Wiederkehr   December 26th, 2010 10:43 am ET

Remember Lafayette HS in Bensonhurst? You were behind me for 3 years.
I didn't want to disturb you while you were working but now that you're retired I figured you'd have the time.
Lots of Luck

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