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Now that Larry King has filed for divorce for the eighth time, our panelists predict who he'll marry next.

PETER SAGAL, Host:

Now, panel, who will be Larry King's next bride, and for what reason? Charlie Pierce?

M: Kate Gosselin in Santa Barbara, hello.

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SAGAL: Roxanne Roberts?

M: Oh, it's so obvious. Larry will finally marry the one woman who truly understands him, Elizabeth Taylor Hilton Wilding Todd Fisher Burton Warner Fortensky King.

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SAGAL: And Mo Rocca?

M: He'll turn a profit by marrying octomom Nadya Suleman. With eight kids to raise, all of his exes will owe him alimony.

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CARL KASELL, Host:

And if Larry King marries any of those people, panel, we'll ask you about it on WAIT WAIT...DON'T TELL ME!

SAGAL: Thank you, Carl Kasell. Thanks also to Charlie Pierce, Roxanne Roberts and Mo Rocca. Thanks to Tim Eby, Phil Dinato, and everyone at KWMU. Thanks to our fabulous audience here at Powell Symphony Hall, St. Louis. Thanks all of you for listening. I'm Peter Sagal. We will see you next week.

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