NEW YORK CITY - Larry King was in Macy's Department Store purchasing a half dozen new suspenders when he was asked if the rumors that he is being replaced by Britain's Piers Morgan were true.
King, who has been married 8 times, smiled and said that yes the rumors are true. He said that CNN simply got tired of hearing all of the little league coach slash Mrs. King jokes and taking phone calls from his wife while he was on the air.
He confided that the rumors about him possibly being considered to take Simon Cowell's place are also true. He said that he first became aware of those rumors when he heard Paula Abdul talking about it on The Oprah Winfrey Show.
Larry was asked if it was true that while he was hosting his show live, his wife Shawn was hosting their kids little league coach, Jesse, live as well.
King laughed and said that yes, it was his understanding that his wife and the coach watched him in bed together.
When asked if that did not sort of upset him or something he merely shrugged his shoulders. He did note that at least they weren't watching his competition Sean Hannity on the Fox Network.
Larry was asked if he was in fact going to go through with his divorce. He quickly replied that he and his wife and her little league coach boyfriend sat down and talked the whole situation over like mature adults.
King said that his wife and the coach promised him that while they were in his bed watching him on TV they would both remain fully clothed.
Mrs. King even said that just to prove that she was being honest she would go to bed wearing curlers so that there was no way that Jesse would find her physically appealing much less sexually desirable.
Larry said that it sounded good to him and that he would agree to their proposition, or rather proposal.
So now it seems that everyone is happy; Larry, Jesse the coach, and Larry's very popular and horny-as-hell wife Shawn.
In other news. Volcanic ash from Iceland's Eyjafjallajokull volcano is so widespread that Ann Coulter reportedly confided to Bill O'Reilly that it is starting to effect her ovulationatory system.