There is only one way to go out and that's with Conan O'Brien.
It was announced on Wednesday that comedian Conan O'Brien, who just debuted his "Conan" show on TBS, will be one of Larry King's final guests on his show.
King appeared on "Conan" earlier this week as his guardian angel in a skit and now King is going to host his long-time friend as he says goodbye to television.
O'Brien is scheduled to appear on "Larry King Live" on December 13, three days before King throws in the towel.
"Larry King’s retiring after hosting 'Larry King Live' for 25 years," O'Brien wrote on his Twitter feed in June.
"Personally, I think hosting anything longer than 7 months is overkill."
Other guests to appear with King on his final shows include Stevie Wonder, November 30, Mike Tyson, November 24 and Carlos Sim on December 3.
Additional guests will be added and announced soon, CNN said, including those for King’s final "Live" broadcast on December 16.
Kings slot is to be taken over by "America's Got Talent" judge Piers Morgan.
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