KING: I want to get in one more quick thing.
JILLETTE: It's a dangerous job.
KING: We may have a comment on this. It's away from the topic. But earlier this month, an Oklahoma woman shot and killed an intruder who crashed through her back patio door. She was on the phone to a 911 operator when she did it. Here's part of that call.
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UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: You need to hurry. He is going to break this thing open. When he does, I'll have to kill him, ma'am. And I don't want to kill him.
UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Can you understand what he is saying at all?
UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Boy, he is crazy.
UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Ma'am?
UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Hurry. Dear god, hurry. I haven't shot yet. Hurry.
Can you -- oh, my god.
I shot him going out front I hit him. God help me. Oh, please, dear god, I think I have a killed him. Please, father in heaven. Please, father in heaven. Oh, my god.
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KING: What do you make of that, Ben?
STEIN: It is an extremely touching and overwhelming. It's just overwhelming. I say it is overwhelming.
KING: Tanya, different age we live in?
ACKER: Absolutely. My god, just the fact that she had such conscience over killing somebody breaking into her house. My heart goes out to her.
KING: Talk about a reality show, Penn. How about that?
JILLETTE: Is heartbreaking. I don't know if it shows anything about our times changing. It is -- I think horrible things like this have always happened. It is very hard to listen to.
KING: But we can now, Stephanie, play a 911 tape.
MILLER: Well, you know, it reminds me of those pictures of the president at Dover Air Force Base. I think it is always a good moment when we can really think about the cost of a human life, whatever the situation is.
KING: Ben, you're a speech writer. We got about 20 seconds. Do you expect a great speech in Oslo?
STEIN: I think a very good speech. His last speech about Afghanistan was his best speech, and I expect this one to be better.
KING: Thank you all very much, as always. Sting has written exclusively for us about his favorite Christmas memories. Go to CNN.com/LarryKing and read all about it. Right now is Anderson Cooper, "AC 360" starts right now. Anderson?