Some years after Jerry Seinfeld ended his almost decade-long run as the king of primetime TV, Larry King rather ambiguously asked Seinfeld whether his show had been canceled. “Is this still CNN?” Seinfeld quips. “I was the No. 1 show on television, Larry. Do you know who I am?!” King tries his hardest to make the best of the situation, and Seinfeld does act a bit egotistical in lecturing King about how successful his show was, saying that his last episode had 75 million viewers. “Can we get a resume in here that Larry can go over?” Seinfeld rhetorically asks. Come on, Larry. Seinfeld was NBC’s money-maker for most of the 1990s. Get with it.