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HOLMES: Well, it's 17 minutes past the hour. Time, now, to travel Cross Country. The first stop, in my old stomping ground, Memphis, Tennessee, where this guy's hair's got him banned from traffic court. Bobby Todd says a bailiff told him he had to leave because of how his 'do looked.


HOLMES:一个小时已经过去了17分钟了。现在是全国新闻时间。第一站,在我的老落脚点,田纳西州孟菲斯,一位老哥因为他的发型被交通法庭禁止出行。Bobby Todd说一名警官说他因为现在的样子必须离开。


BOBBY TODD, BANNED FROM COURT BECAUSE OF BRAIDS: Can you explain to me how does a black man supposed to wear his hair? And he just asked me to leave.


BOBBY TODD,因为辫子被交通法庭禁止出行:你能告诉我一个黑人应该怎么留头发吗?他只是让我离开。


HOLMES: We're told court officials declined to comment. There is, however, a dress code that's posted at that Memphis court. It also bans halter tops, shorts, and tank tops. We turn, now, to Cypress, Texas. A pair of thieves swiped a Christmas tree. A Christmas tree from a VFW post. It was all caught on this surveillance tape, as you see here. They also made off with an inflatable Santa Claus and a snow globe. A Christmas tree.Also, let's turn to Miami's aquarium. They have a new addition, a baby dolphin that was born a couple of days ago. The water park wants help, though, with the name. They have launched a name that dolphin contest.


HOLMES:我们被告知法院的官员拒绝就此事发表评论。但是,在孟菲斯的法庭张贴有着装要求。禁止人们传露背装、短裤和吊带。现在转向德克萨斯州。一对小偷盗取一棵圣诞树。一棵在VFW邮局里的圣诞树。所有这些都被这监视录像拍摄下来,就像你们看到的。他们还偷走了一个充气圣诞老人和雪花玻璃球。一棵圣诞树。同时,让我们看看迈阿密的水族馆。这里几天前刚刚迎来了一个海豚宝宝的出生。水上公园希望有人帮忙起个名字。他们也起了一个名字——海豚比赛。


HOLMES: Well, today as many of you may know, marks the end of an era here at CNN. Larry King is going to sign off for the final time tonight after 25 years as host to the stars on CNN's "LARRY KING LIVE." Let's take a look back.


HOLMES:今天,你们许多人都应该知道,标志着CNN一个时代的结束。Larry King将要最后一次主持CNN“LARRY KING 直播”节目,他主持这个节目已经25个年头了。让我们一起回顾一下。


LARRY KING, CNN ANCHOR: Good evening. My name is Larry King, and this is the premiere edition of "Larry King Live." Every night at this time, we'll be here for one hour. We're going to meet fascinating people from all walks of life.


LARRY KING,CNN新闻节目主持人:晚上好。我是Larry King。这是“直播”的最终版本了。每天晚上的这个时候,我们都会在此和大家见一个小时。我们都会邀请生活中的优秀人士做客我们栏目。

相关背景:满头银发后梳,戴着老派黑框眼镜、身穿背带裤,话音低沉、目光犀利。他,就是CNN著名主持人拉里-金。近日,这位76岁的美国脱口秀教父级人物宣布将于今秋退休。新浪传媒特别策划“纵横美国电视半世纪 CNN王牌主持拉里金隐退”,呈现这位美国脱口秀教父级人物的故事。

 

HOLMES: Well, it's 17 minutes past the hour. Time, now, to travel Cross Country. The first stop, in my old stomping ground, Memphis, Tennessee, where this guy's hair's got him banned from traffic court. Bobby Todd says a bailiff told him he had to leave because of how his 'do looked.


BOBBY TODD, BANNED FROM COURT BECAUSE OF BRAIDS: Can you explain to me how does a black man supposed to wear his hair? And he just asked me to leave.


HOLMES: We're told court officials declined to comment. There is, however, a dress code that's posted at that Memphis court. It also bans halter tops, shorts, and tank tops.We turn, now, to Cypress, Texas. A pair of thieves swiped a Christmas tree. A Christmas tree from a VFW post. It was all caught on this surveillance tape, as you see here. They also made off with an inflatable Santa Claus and a snow globe. A Christmas tree.Also, let's turn to Miami's aquarium. They have a new addition, a baby dolphin that was born a couple of days ago. The water park wants help, though, with the name. They have launched a name that dolphin contest.


HOLMES: Well, today as many of you may know, marks the end of an era here at CNN. Larry King is going to sign off for the final time tonight after 25 years as host to the stars on CNN's "LARRY KING LIVE." Let's take a look back.


LARRY KING, CNN ANCHOR: Good evening. My name is Larry King, and this is the premiere edition of "Larry King Live." Every night at this time, we'll be here for one hour. We're going to meet fascinating people from all walks of life.


You're a legend. I mean, you do know that?


UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Everybody is really a legend, but nobody nor normal people in the world.


UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: (INAUDIBLE) is almost impossible.


UNIDENTIFIED MALE: From here up, I'm fine. From here down, I need makeup.


(SINGING) everybody going to dance around tonight.


UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Larry, kiss me, just do it now, don't be afraid, hold me. I love you. Your nipples are hard.


KING: Struggling, too.


UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Wait, wait.


KING: Dance, dance.


SNOOP DOGG, RAPPER: See, I told you low to the floor.


KING: I'm low to the floor.


You want more children?

BRAD PITT, ACTOR: Oh, yes, yes, yes.


UNIDENTIFIED MALE: You're pointing glance right here man, right back there. When a dog eats it -- no, no he's not going to hurt you.


UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Get away from me. Get off of me.


HEATHER MILLS, FORMER WIFE OF PAUL MCCARTNEY: Paul is going to get upset. You're touching my leg, Larry.


UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: You must have conjured something in your head for you to come out and call me a murderer of my child.


BILL COSBY, ACTOR: We went downhill carrying that coffin feeling like slaves and we're going uphill feeling like free people.


MARLON BRANDO, ACTOR: When the chapel bells ring out --


KING: I'm going to make him an offer he can't refuse --


BRANDO: Darling. Good-bye.


KING: Good-bye.


CHRISTOPHER REEVES, ACTOR: Like an accident didn't help. And that wasn't road I would have picked but a lot of times things you know get picked for you.


JOHNNY CASH, ACTOR: Why should I be bitter? I'm thrilled to death with life.


MATTIE STEPANEK, POET: Is peace possible? Can we do it? Why are we even trying?


TAMMY FAYE MESSNER, EVANGELIST: Jesus, Jesus. You know, the Bible says that his name is all powerful; that his name is above every name.


ELIZABETH EDWARDS, JOHN EDWARDS WIFE: Don't spend your time worrying about when it is you're going to die. Spend your time worrying about how it is you're going to live today.


STEVE IRWIN, ANIMAL PLANET: That's why I was put on this earth, to try to help conserve our trees, our wilderness, our oceans and our wildlife.


KING: Police radio are saying that Simpson, the passenger in the car, has a gun at his head.


UNIDENTIFIED MALE: I will not run as either a Democrat or a Republican.


GEORGE W. BUSH, FORMER PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: I know, that's kind of a line you're trying to come across with. But either -- no. It's weak.


UNIDENTIFIED MALE: You said your sons --


UNIDENTIFIED MALE: No that you guys never do anything but propaganda.


KING: Was there a holocaust?


MAHMOUD AHMADINEJAD, PRESIDENT OF IRAN (through translator): You want to impose your viewpoint on me --


KING: No, it's not a viewpoint it's a question.


RICHARD NIXON, FORMER PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: Well, I've never been in the Watergate. So it's kind of hard --


KING: Never been in? Never in --


NIXON: No, no. Other people are in there. But no unfortunately.


KING: And still a Texas driver's license?


GEORGE H.W. BUSH, FORMER PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: Yes. You want to see it?


KING: Yes.


VIRGINIA CLINTON, MOTHER OF BILL CLINTON: I don't have a question. I have a statement, please.


KING: Go.


V. CLINTON: I want to say hello to my son Bill Clinton.


BILL CLINTON, FORMER PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: Hi, mother.


MARGARET THATCHER, FORMER PRIME MINISTER OF U.K.: That's a strange question to ask.


KING: What happened with the submarine?


VLADIMIR PUTIN, PRIME MINISTER OF RUSSIA (through translator): It sunk.


KING: Does it come with a curse of any kind?


ELIZABETH TAYLOR, ACTRESS: Oh, no. It comes with so much love.


KING: What's it like to kill someone?


If tears could build a stairway and memories a lane I'd walk right up to heaven and bring you home again.


UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Yes.


JERMAINE JACKSON, BROTHER OF MICHAEL JACKSON: It's his creation, this is his idea. To come here and to feel him here. I'm happy.


KING: We're also going live to Haiti showing you specifically what your donations mean.


For now, for here, it's time to hang up the nightly suspenders. And who knows what the future's going to bring?


T.J. HOLMES, CNN ANCHOR: Ok. We know you are not going to miss this. It's tonight. It's tonight. This is it. Twenty-five years coming to an end here on CNN. Larry is going to have a star-studded hour. A lot of surprise guests. Again, the final live show of "Larry King Live" tonight 9:00 Eastern.

 


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