Michael Jackson is gone, but his legacy lives on -- for better or for worse.
Jimmy Kimmel Wednesday grilled his guest, Rev. Al Sharpton, over his eulogy of the late King of Pop, that characterized him as a normal guy.
The late night host then presented Sharpton with a series of pictures of the Bad singer in bizarre situations, including squiring Emmanuel Lewis around in the 80s, dangling his baby out of a window in 2002 and testifying in court, as Kimmel said, "without a nose."
Sharpton dismissed the pictures as isolated incidents, citing Jackson's musical genius and ongoing philanthropy as the Thriller singer's true legacy.
Jackson died after suffering a sudden cardiac arrest June 25 in Los Angeles.