But just a little bit!
Larry King was on Piers Morgan's new show, and had some questions for the new host.
King thinks that Morgan might have been "oversold" to us, and went on to set the record straight.
King first said this to BBC 4:
"He was going to be dangerous. He was going to be water cooler talk. He’s good. He’s not that dangerous.”
And then on Morgan's show, he stood by that statement:
"Were you being facetious when you said you were dangerous?" King asked. "Was that an attempt at British humor?"
Ouch! We don't know if it's true, but Morgan does claim there was a bit of British humor involved.
And to that, King said:
"I don’t get it, I'm from Brooklyn. In Brooklyn, if you say you're dangerous, you better be dangerous."
We're not totally sure who to side with here. On one side, we have King who is really focused on whether or not a talk show host is "dangerous" but still thinks he's doing well, and on the other we have Morgan who had just been Britishly (makin' up words here) joking.
Both seem a bit ridiculous when we think about it.
Let's move on!
Good luck with the new show, Piers!
[Image via WENN.]
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