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For 25 years on air at CNN, Larry King has never had a reputation for giving "tough" interviews. He butters his guests up, throws them softballs and calls it a night. Almost all of his guests know this but very few acknowledge it--especially to his face. Except of course comedian Jerry Seinfeld.

In what will likely be his last appearance on Larry King Live, Seinfeld gave King a pretty wonderful roasting for his somewhat lazy interviewing technique. The clip comes from last night's show:

While this was a good moment. It's not quite the viral video masterpiece that is Seinfeld's 2007 appearance on his show. Here's some vintage Larry King:

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