Growing up in a big family, one of the things we enjoyed doing most in our house was impressions. We'd imitate other family members, TV stars, neighbors and anybody else that we thought took themselves a little bit too seriously. It's reassuring to know that other families do the same thing.
Last night Larry King, "The King of Late Night", said farewell to his CNN show, "Larry King Live". There was a star-studded line up of guests, including Bill Maher, Donald Trump and Bill Clinton on hand to pay tribute to King's 25-year reign as the premier interviewer of our time.
At the end of the show King was joined by his latest wife, Shawn (who really knows how many wives there have been) and their two sons, 11-year-old Chance and 10-year-old Cannon, who reflected on what Larry's retirement means to them. It was Cannon who stole the show with his dead-on impression of his octogenarian dad:
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