MCCARTHY: Well, it happened to be that I thought of the cover first, about a year and a half ago. So let's go to it and then we'll go back to the book. MCCARTHY: I don't think you would have wore the mullet though. MCCARTHY: You know, on Twitter, people are very candid. MCCARTHY: It's afterwards, you're bringing all of JFK and LAX luggage with you and projecting onto your-- KING: How many times would you say, Jenny, you have been in love? And right around the time that I was going through my own breakup, which I'm sure we will get to, Larry. I'm like why are people reading this and liking it? KING: But you used your Twitter account, as I understand it, to survey people about some of the subjects in this book. KING: And were you surprised how candid people were? (END VIDEO CLIP) KING: We'll talk about love, and lust, and faking it. (END VIDEO CLIP) KING: She tells us why she dated jerks, and if she's found somebody new. KING: One looks at you and, and you use the word disastrous love life.
LARRY KING, HOST: Tonight, Jenny Mc Carthy is going to get personal about her split with Jim Carrey. So I have this great scope of people to ask these questions to. Like in the book, I write searching for Tony Lobianco. (BEGIN VIDEO CLIP) JENNY MCCARTHY, ACTRESS, COMEDIENNE: There were some great times. And I was really surprised by a lot of the responses, and how truthful they were about what goes on in their bedroom. And people are on Facebook looking for their first loves again.