Larry King has announced dates and times for a stand-up comedy tour. Who does he think he is, Glenn Beck or something? Wait. Hold on. My sources are telling me that Glenn Beck actually did mount his own stand-up comedy tour. Who does Glenn Beck think he is anyway, Keith Olbermann? Wait. Hold on. That actually might have made some sense. I think we could all see Olbermann telling jokes, because he used to seem quite adept at the quips, didn't he?
But this Larry King stand-up comedy thing? It's not news to me, since I told you King was going to do stand-up comedy back in December when King was packing up shop at CNN, and showed you that he already was doing something resembling stand-up for years.
So where and when can you see the 77-year-old chatter make the funny-hahas? Don't everybody log onto Ticketmaster.com all at once now.
Here are the dates for Larry King: Standing Up
Torrington, CT (April 14 at the Time Warner Theatre)
Wilkes-Barre, PA (April 15 at the Kirby Center for the Performing Arts)
Westbury, NY (April 16 at the Theatre at Westbury)
Baltimore, MD (May 13 at the Hippodrome)
Atlantic City, NJ (May 14 at the Music Box)
Reno, NV (June 10 at the Silver Legacy Resort Casino)
Las Vegas, NV (June 11 at the Mirage Hotel)
King also will include audience Q&As during each performance.