Larry King spent part of his 80th birthday hanging out with his good pal on "Jimmy Kimmel Live." He talked about his surprise 80th birthday party at Dodger Stadium, and then admitted that he never expected to live so long.
"When I was a kid, no one was 80," King said. "Social security was 65. You died at 66."
King went on to tell Kimmel a story about an uncle of his. When King was a child, this uncle would come over. He was 60-years old at the time, and King remembered whispering to his brother, "You think he has sex?" Their conclusion was that there was no chance. After all, he was 60!
"Now I'm 80!" King said. But when Kimmel followed this up by asking King if he was still having sex, King pretended not to hear the question. "What?" he asked.
Larry King can be seen hosting "Larry King Now" on Hulu and Ora.tv. "Jimmy Kimmel Live" airs weeknights at 11:35 p.m. EST on ABC.