KING: He lives by himself?
KING: What is he going to do?
MEDICO: I'm not sure that he has decided yet. He's taking some classes. Some of them he likes and some he doesn't. French is definitely not up his alley.
KING: Do you think you two will ever be brother brothers? Real brothers?
A. KING: You never know what the future holds. I would hope so.
KING: Do you want that?
A. KING: It would be nice to connect with my family, all of them again.
KING: You've connected with your mother?
A. KING: I have. It's going well so far.
KING: You think they'll ever be brother brothers?
MEDICO: I do. I think as they move through their 20s, they'll find more in common. They'll both perhaps marry. They certainly both like girls.
KING: You do, huh?
A. KING: Yes.
KING: You're not going to have a problem in that department.
YOU ARE NOT GOING TO HAVE A PROBLEM IN THAT DEPARTMENT? THAT DEPARTMENT? WHICH DEPARTMENT,LARRY? MEN WHO LIKE MEN? IS THAT WRONG NOW? YOU CAN SAY THAT ON NATIONAL TV, LIKE A JOKE? WEIRD! OF COURSE, WE UNDERSTAND THE CONTEXT, BUT STILL, "YOU'RE NOT GOING TO HAVE A PROBLEM IN THAT DEPARTMENT?" YOU REALLY SAID THAT, YET YOU COUNT MANY GAY MEN AND WOMEN AS YOUR FRIENDS, AT LEAST YOU SAY THAT. DO YOU ASK ELTON JOHN IF HE HAS A PROBLEM IN THAT DEPARTMENT? PROBLEM? LARRY, GET WITH THE PROGRAM! IT'S 2010!
A. KING: No.