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Larry King: His biggest blunders over the years

What a long strange trip it’s been – emphasis on “strange.” When Larry King’s last CNN show aired last night, the longtime interviewer left a legacy of thousands of intriguing interviews, and some that were downright bizarre. Who could forget when King questioned Jerry Seinfeld about how it felt to have NBC cancel his show – which was completely untrue. (“Seinfeld” was the top-rated show when Jerry decided himself to leave.) Or when King called Beatle Ringo Star by the wrong name? Or even last night, when he made a strange reference to he and Bill Clinton belonging to the “zipper club” that had Ryan Seacrest and Bill Maher gawking? Click on for Larry King’s biggest bloopers.

The Los Angeles Times compiled this top 10 list of King, a dad who has married seven times, looking foolish, ill-informed or both. But that was really part of his charm, wasn’t it? The 77-year-old’s “Larry King Live” will air repeats until January, when Piers Morgan takes over the CNN slot.

Which blooper is your favorite?

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Toni Fitzgerald has two children, a husband and a cat. She was a contributor for the Babble Famecrawler blog, and currently works for MediaLife Magazine.

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