PIERS Morgan has responded to criticism from his predecessor, Larry King, that he is not "dangerous" enough on his much-hyped US talk show. The former newspaper editor told The Times he would be "edgy and dangerous, but at the right moment and with the right guests". Morgan invited King on his chat show after the TV veteran told BBC Radio 4 the 45-year-old had been "oversold" to US TV audiences. More than 2m watched Morgan's US debut. King told Radio 4's PM programme: "He's good but not that dangerous. I think they might have been better off starting quietly." However, Morgan defended the show's promotional campaign to King saying: "We couldn't come in and undersell... I'm following a legend." BBC