Larry King and weed do not necessarily go hand-in-hand. In fact, seeing King holding a joint on air is just bizarre. But in 1988, King’s guest was Robert Randall, the first person in the United States to get legal marijuana for glaucoma. At the beginning of the interview, King is holding a joint, and then he turns to Randall. “You could smoke it now, legally. Do it for me,” King provocatively says. And there you have it — Randall on set smoking a joint as King continues the interview. It’s quite a sight to see. Later, his widow said that Randall had smoked 10 federally supplied joints a day, and that marijuana use helped him see up until his death in 2001.
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