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good morning, america. i'm george stephanopoulos. >> and i'm robin roberts. it is wednesday, february 9th. and breaking news out of egypt. could cairo's crowds be in for a crackdown, the uprising is escalating, as defiant protesters stage the largest demonstrations yet. slammeded again. from texas to tennessee, a pile of snow turns the south morning commute into a nightmare. we're live in the storm zone. back to jail? lindsay lohan's jewelry lands her in front of a judge. as prosecutors go all-out today. and it could lead to the young actress going back to jail. and caught on tape. supergranny takes on a gang of robbers who had no idea what they were in for. how did she do it? this morning, a first hand account of her handbag hit job.
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granny was working with kettle bells there. >> she was going at it, wasn't she? >> she sure was. we'll have that coming up in a little bit. this may be, after three weeks, the largest day of protests yet in cairo. and many credit one man. the young google executive, who is just energizing the crowd. he was released after 12 day, in secret detention. gave a very emotional television interview. spoke to the crowds. the big question is why wael ghonim, the man who galvanized the movement. and also, how will mubarak's regime respond to the latest surge in the streets? >> we have team coverage and christiane amanpour in the studio with us this morning. also, the elderly driver caught on tape driving the wrong way on a crowded freeway. he caused a terrible crash, but thankfully, he escaped unhurt. should the 83-year-old been behind the wheel in the first place? we'll take a closer look. >> that question of when the keys should be taken away.
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>> that's a tough one to answer. but we'll get into that. we're going to begin in egypt. a large crowd of protesters marching towards the egyptian parliament. organizers say they're trying to push the demonstrations beyond the square to keep pressure on the government. jim sciutto is live in cairo for us this morning and has the very latest. good morning, jim. >> reporter: good morning, robin. a river of people from here in tahrir square, going to the egyptian parliament. any sense that this drama has moved from the streets to the negotiating table, is gone. the government, refusing to go. the people, refusing to leave the streets. they are the largest protests since the beginning of this revolution in the streets. [ chanting ] >> reporter: hundreds of thousands, marching on the egyptian parliament. a dramatic, defiant 24 hours from last night into today. many of these marchers never left the square last night. more of them streaming in today.
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much more than normal. the energy here building. last night many came when word spread that google executive, wael ghonim, a leader of this movement, will appear. and when he did, he electrified the crowd. as long as you're standing here, he said, you are a hero. you are all heroes. everywhere we go, we're finding the protesters' resolve growing. in the capital, cairo. do you agree that people here are heros? >> every one. every one are heroes. >> reporter: egypt's second-largest city, alexandria. how many people here are ready for the pro testifies to finish? >> nobody, nobody. >> they want them to continue? >> and for how long? >> years. years. >> until we change regime.
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>> reporter: protesters again accuse the government of violence intimidation, releasing more convicts from prison to attack them. we passed one of the prisons this morning on the road from alexandria. and we were told not to travel that road at night, that it's too dangerous. one protest leader telling us, that under the government's emergency law, george, everything is legal. >> jim, are those thugs being kept out of the square, still, by the military? >> reporter: well, that's the allegation from some of the protest leaders. we're hearing this morning from the western part of the country. and we're seeing it also closer to cairo, on that road from cairo to alexandria. and that is, they feel, they are being targeted by the government. >> okay. jim sciutto, thanks very much. for more on this, let's bring in "this week" host, christiane amanpour, back from a remarkable ten days in egypt. and our chief white house correspondent, jake tapper, from washington, and christiane, let me begin with you. you see the ebb and flow of the protests over ten days. and wael ghonim, the google executive.
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he had been a leaderless protest. is he the leader? can he be a political lead center. >> possibly. we really don't know. one of the things so evident there, people were saying, look. we won the street battle. even if we go home, we can always come out again. now, we need to win the political battle and get our political house in order. when vice president suleiman had meetings with the opposition on sunday, there were some young people. but the other people in the square were saying, you don't represent us. there is division and a lot of uncertainty about who will lead this movement. >> and the government has been banking on the idea, that some of the concessions, the pay raise for the government workers, opening up dialogue, some investigations, would sap the spirit of the movement. you see the vice president, he's spent a lard time with taking a much harder line. >> and i asked him over again, would you send the military or police to crack down? and he said no, no way. he's on record, saying no, no way. but they also promised in meetings over the weekend, to lift these states of emergency,
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they say after law and order is established. but also, not to hunt down, prosecute, punish or seek retribution against those people in the square. that, they promised. we'll see. >> and the white house, pushing very hard for the government to keep the promises. let me bring in jake tapper now from the white house. you saw vice president call vice president suleiman. and the white house taking real steps to put out the details of that call. they wanted to send a message. >> reporter: that's exactly right. there's a real sign at the white house and president obama are losing their patience with the egyptian government. first you had yesterday, white house press secretary robert gibbs, basically chastising vice president suleiman, saying his comments for egypt may not be ready for democracy. he said the comments were unhelpful. and in the phone call, vice president biden pressed vice president suleiman in specific steps, including more opposition groups in the consultation. partnering with the opposition groups on a timetable and a road map.
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rescinding that emergency law. that's been a u.s. demand for a long time. that's been a call for an immediate rescinding of it. as christiane said staining a clear policy of no reprisal. a lot of demonstrators worried about that. and then, restraining the ministry of interior for attacks on journalists and activists. that's the first time we've heard the obama administration blame the ministry for the attacks. and the obama administration saying the egyptian government has agreed to the demands. by doing that they're basically saying, look it's not enough in private you have done this. they are upping, ratcheting up the rhetoric, and losing patience. >> they are ratcheting up the rhetoric. yet, christiane, a lot of egypt's neighbors, including israel, not wanting the u.s. to push too hard for mubarak to go immediately. >> it's a terrible dilemma. the u.s. is facing it and the rest of the region is facing it. what do we do if egypt collapses or goes chaotic, then that could
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have an effect around the region. and you see in the report, you see they're trying to ride the fine line. >> that's what you're seeing a balancing act by the protesters by the egyptian government all at the same time. >> but the protesters are clear. we want democracy. >> thank you very much. >> when christiane came in this morning, we in the back surrounded her. and wanted to hear every story. as you said, remarkable ten days you had there. >> fascinating. a phenomenal story, which obviously has captured everybody's imaginations. americans know when people want freedom and democracy, it resonates here at home. >> that's true. this is remarkable, too, but in another way. the weather. that's what you didn't miss. heavy snow hitting parts of the midwest and south overnight. people waking up to half a foot of snow this morning. and the storm is moving east. we have team coverage, beginning with ryan owens in snowy, oklahoma city. good morning, ryan. >> reporter: good morning to you, robin. i must admit, it does feel a bit
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like groundhog day. we were here last week. we're back again. nothing like the blizzard conditions we saw then. but some parts of the state will see up to a foot of snow. for the third time in one week, oklahoma is getting dumped on. look how quickly the inches built up here overnight. farther north, in parts of kansas, more than a foot of snow fell. in wichita, the highways were lined with accidents, rollovers and ambulances. >> we're urging motorists to drive slower drive with their head light was the blowing snow so other traffic can see them. >> our crews will be out. we'll do the best we can. but it's a snowstorm. and things are going to be bad for drivers. >> reporter: our clayton sandell found out colorado got even more snow. >> parts of colorado are waking up to as much as two feet of fresh snow. and icy conditions on the roadways are making the commute a nightmare. but colorado ski resorts are loving this weather.
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so far this season, some places have seen over 300 inches of this. >> reporter: as this storm marches east, it's expected to dump snow on places that normally don't see it. shreveport, louisiana, is supposed to get two to four inches. same for memphis, tennessee. and little rock, arkansas, is predicted to receive up to half a foot of the white stuff. with this snowstorm, some towns in the midsouth could break records for all-time snowiest winter. >> could be pretty bad. seeing 6 to 12 inches. >> reporter: about a dozen employees of this oklahoma city radio station slept on couches and air mattresses again last night. you slept two nights here last week. what do you think about this week? >> it looks like we could be here two more nights. if we get the snowfall that's anticipated. >> reporter: this pd sounds like a broken record, too. to the south of here in in dallas, they are worried about more snow and ice.
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the super bowl came and went but not the snow and ice. 2 to 4 more inches expected today. which could cause significant travel trouble at dfw international. >> ryan, thanks very much. and to the north, 23 states, from minnesota to maine, are headed into a deep freeze today. let's go to sam with more on the arctic blast that's bringing winter's coldest temperatures yet, sam. >> yeah, good morning, george. we're right at the hump of winter. we'll talk about that later. we may not get the opening of the arctic pockets for two more weeks. let's deal with the snow totals in the middle of the country. there's some records to fall. this could be the snowiest winter ever in tulsa, oklahoma. let's go to the graphics. if you pick up this amount of snow -- we've already had a couple of inches of snow fall. get about 2 1/2 more inches of snow, and you've got that record. oklahoma city, one inch away from the snowiest month ever. that's where we think the snow will fall. we think atlanta gets about an inch of snow. that's new this morning. folks in atlanta, be prepared for that. and the cold air that opens up all the way across the country. 20 below, in minneapolis. the 14 below in oklahoma city. dallas feeling about 2 degrees.
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here's the thing. by the time we get to middle february, opening up the arctic air that's deep in the country is difficult to do. we'll have a mild week next week. this could be some of the coldest air we'll get for the rest of the winter. robin? >> didn't you say -- you did the story yesterday about the warmer weather. that's next week? >> that's next week. we start to warm up in the mid-atlantic and the northeast by the time we get into sunday. it's a cold couple of days ahead. very cold. but by next week, you'll feel the difference. >> sam, thank you. if you thought flu season was winding down, think again. cases are widespread in 30 states. dr. richard besser is joining me here. at the smart screen. rich, when did this all get started in the hardest hit areas here? >> the important thing to remember, flu doesn't take place the same in all places. outbreaks occur over time in different places. green is an area with not much flu activity. let's look at the beginning of december. little flu activity across the country. a little activity here in the southeast. but move forward to one month,
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to the beginning of january. widespread flu activity, in particular here in the southeast. >> and out here in nevada. >> a little in the northeast. but nowhere else is seeing much by way of flu. let's look at the end of december. end of december, widespread flu activity in the southeast. and starting to see it in the northeast, as well. >> in the end of january which we're talking about here. >> that's right. >> and we hear sam and others talking about the cold weather that's going down through the south and all that. does that attribute to what we're seeing at all? >> not really. a lot of people look at weather and say, that's when flu comes. but it just comes in the winter. if you look here in the central north area that's really, really cold, not seeing much flu yet. they're going to be seeing it in the future. let me show you what flu tends to look like over time. this is a chart showing 30-year flu activity. what months see the most flu. you see february. >> yeah. >> over half the cases that occur in the entire flu season occur in february. still some in march, april and
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may. if you haven't gotten your flu shot yet, get out there and get that flu shot. you can prevent half the flu cases. >> it's not too late? >> it's not too late to get your flu shot. >> let's talk about another medical story that caught our attention. that's dealing with breast cancer. a new study saying additional surgery may not be necessary for some? >> this is an exciting finding. here's a woman with a small tumor in her left breast. small, two inches. she may have a couple of glands under her arm that have cancer in them. it used to be standard care that a surgeon would remove all of the lymph nodes under her arm. to make sure there wasn't cancer in there. the problem with that it can lead to swelling in that arm, pain. swelling infection. women have to wear a sleeve on their arm for the rest of their lives. women say they can't pick up their children. this study says, you don't need to do that. you can go in and remove a couple of the lymph nodes. you have two that are involved. just remove those two. and that's all you need to do.
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>> how many people could be affected by this? >> 30,000 women a year that have this type of cancer that could be affected. what they found was the five-year survival, 90% in each group. and the quality of life in these women, far superior than women who had to have all of the work done. >> that's good to know. the lymph nodes removed, i know this first hand extremely painful and it does stay with you a great deal. encouraging, to say the least. >> very encouraging news. for other stories this morning, let's go to juju chang. >> good morning, everyone. good morning, robin and rich. we begin with a deadly school bus crash in mississippi. a tractor-trailer side-swiped a bus and hit another truck head-on, sending the bus teetering over a bridge. two drivers and a teacher were killed. 17 students were injured as well. it is unclear what triggered the crash. toyota's stock is up sharply this morning, one day after a u.s. government report sided with the company. saying there's no evidence electronics caused the sudden acceleration of toyota and lexus
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vehicles. toyota has claimed it's dealt with the problem by recalling floor mats and so-called sticky gas pedals. an embarrassing vote for republicans in the house. they failed to get the two-thirds majority they needed to extend key provisions of the patriot act, which includes the wiretapping of terrorism suspects. tea party republicans broke party lines, but the extension is expected to pass later this month when lawmakers change the rules to require only a simple majority. and finally, a college coach has stepped up to the plate for one of his players with an amazing gift. wake forest baseball coach, tom walter, just donated a kidney to freshman outfielder kevin jordan, a 19-year-old he recruited last year. jordan desperately needed the transplant, but his relatives were not combatpatiblecompatible. walter turned out to be an ideal match. the surgery was a success. and both men should recover fully. >> going the extra mile for his team. that's fantastic. >> thank you, juju. let's get another check of
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the weather now with sam outside. good morning, robin, george juju. good morning, everyone. let's talk a little bit about the cold in the northeast. we've shown you the arctic pocket that opened up throughout the country. but in the northeast and the mid-atlantic, the temperatures are 10 to 15 degrees below normal. duluth, with your windchill, at 25 below. boston feels like it's 3. if you're stepping out in new york or washington, d.c., you're in the single digits and teens. put that extra lair on. we show you on the west coast, that things are dry and mild in the west coast. temperatures will be five degrees above normal in these areas. l.a., 73. san francisco, 61. seattle at 48. a quick look to show you the arctic blast in the middle of the country. there's a little warmth on the west coast. but the east coast is holding on to that chill.
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and we are live in times square this morning. when we come back the next half hour, it's a sloppy day in the south.
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from oklahoma city to little rock to schreveport, even to tupelo, we're going to see snow during the day today. we're going to turn, now, to a robbery that was filled with a handbag and chutzpah. you know it's a good story, coming up. take a look at supergranny. she's scattering six robbers, trying to knock off a jewelry store with her lethal purse. it happened outside london. and nick watt joins us with the story from there. hey, nick. >> reporter: this was the battlefield. this is where a new hero was born. she is 71 years old. she's a grandmother. so, the brits are calling her supergran. just watch this video again in full. broad daylight. a violent robbery in full swing. out of nowhere, a galloping granny. mother's instinct, supergran says, just took over. she thought someone was getting beat up. she soon realized it was a robbery. but i was in full flight, she said.
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i starts whacking. buying time, while security screeners lowered. >> i'm amazed. i'm absolutely amazed. i want to say thank you very much. she just -- it's unbelievable. no one does that sort of thing. an amazing courage and bravery. and she ran so far to get involved. >> reporter: look at her go. fearless. >> she was very bright. everybody else stood and watched. she was very bright. bless her. >> i think she's one in a million. >> yeah. definitely. >> reporter: one robber raised a hammer to me. she said, i just kept hitting. finally, bystanders joined in. by the way, this was all captured by a professional cameraman, who just happened to be filming a documentary across the street. now, supergran is a global superstar. now, i have watched that video 30, 40 times, maybe.
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i cannot get enough of it. and, george, some breaking news this morning. four of those robbers are in court, here in northampton, thanks, in large part, to supergran. >> i would hope so. how is she handling the celebrity, nick? >> reporter: like a true superhero, she wishes nobody knew her name. she just did a job. she is refusing tv interviews. she says i'm a private person. leave me alone. but she did say, if this happened again, she would do the same thing again. she is a true hero. >> she is. thanks very much. and she wasn't just standing there. she ran across that street. >> i know. supergran to the rescue. coming up, we have -- there she is again. like nick said. can't get enough of it. coming up -- more trouble, perhaps, for lindsay lohan. the pricey necklace that may send her back to jail. she'll find out today. and look at this wrong-way driver caught on camera. the elderly man on the highway. it raises new questions about how old is too old to drive?
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watch this 83-year-old driver speeding the wrong way down a california interstate. you can see he caused a major crash. and sparked one more time that debate about how old is too old to drive? look at that. look at what he did on that san diego freeway. >> he was not injured. no one, thankfully, was seriously injured. >> but it was a serious crash. >> and how many times have we talked about this on this program? and it is a struggle for many families. when is it time to take the cease away? >> a big debate. we'll have that coming up. >> also this morning, lindsay lohan headed to court today to face a new judge on a new charge that could put her back in jail. also, excessive use of a popular denture cream links to nerve damage.
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a scientist with company ties holds back findings. chris cuomo will have the investigation. >> he's on the case again. but we begin with another day in court for lindsay lohan. the 24-year-old is facing grand theft charges in los angeles later today. prosecutors believe she stole a $2,500 necklace from a jewelry store last month. and david wright starts us from l.a. with the latest. david? >> reporter: good morning, george. that's right. the charge felony grand theft. the venue, this courthouse here in los angeles and for this 24-year-old actress, a whole heap of trouble. seen here in this tmz video, a meeting with what must have been a tense meeting with her probation officer, lohan is basically accused of shoplifting from this store. and the circumstantial evidence seems to be pretty damming. >> one, they have surveillance video with her with the necklace in the store. secondly, they can place that necklace outside of the store on lindsay's neck a week later. >> reporter: according to a
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store owner, when lohan fail to respond to the demand that she return the necklace immediately she called the lapd. >> we're letting the police do what they need to do. >> reporter: lohan's conviction on drunk driving charges and her recent completion of court-ordered rehab, have already left her once-promising career in a shambles. even before the alleged shoplifting incident lohan was the butt of jokes on "glee." and it's become a running gag. on sunday, katie couric told gym teacher, sue sylvester that she's a bigger loser than lindsay lohan's mom. and sparky lohan, who is dina lohan's dog and apparently also a loser. >> reporter: now, the 24-year-old is in for another round of public humiliation. >> who is going to hire her when she has a felony hanging over her head? >> reporter: that may be the least of her worries. a felony conviction could mean three years in prison. plus, the felony charge alone may constitute a violation of her probation on the dui,
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meaning lohan could head back to jail immediately. for her part lindsay lohan insists this is all just a misunderstanding. and in a way, she's lucky. those two drunk driving convictions were misdemeanors even though. and if they were felonies, this would be her third strike. and in california, that means life behind bars. george? >> okay. david wright, thanks very much. for more on this, let's turn to former prosecutor, robin sax, joining us here again this morning. as david suggested, lindsay's defense was it was a misunderstanding. i'm loaned these things all the time. my assistant brought it back. but it seems like the prosecutors have good evidence here. >> it doesn't seem to jive with i just borrowed it type of a situation. if it was just borrowed, you would have a situation where there was agreement. but in this case, the prosecutors are hanging their
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hat on the three prior incidents that she's faced with, where there's been stealing in her past. a situation of a rolex watch, a mink coat and handbags. >> she was accused but not charged. charges were not brought. >> and people find that strange. how can you not have a conviction and use that in a current case? >> i do. >> you can use what's called prior bad act. bad behavior can come in to show that she had the mindset and the intent to steal, based on the priors. >> and that could lead to an additional charge here if this was premeditated. >> that's correct. if there is an intent to steal, if she had a plan to go into the store to steal, they can charge her with commercial burglary, if they chose to go that route. that is a felony, as well, and a lot less likely to be reduced to a misdemeanor. >> she was already in so much trouble. on probation. does that mean that when the charges are brought, does that
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automatically a violation of probation? does that mean she automatically goes back to jail? >> it's not an automatic, don't pass go, don't collect $200 situation. but what it is, she's going to have to answer for the same facts twice. and in the probation violation, the standard of proof is really low. there's no requirement for a jury trial. it's going to be a judge that gets to decide her fate. and the amount of proof that's necessary is a lot less. all you have to do is show by a preponderance of the evidence, as opposed to proof beyond a reasonable doubt. which is a lot less. >> so the prosecuteors bring that -- how long could she be going in for simply for the probation violation? >> probation violation can leave her with six months in the county jail. and also, the judge is going to try to consider whether or not this relates to her drug use and addiction. was the stealing related to her abuse of drugs? was she on drugs at the time? was she trying to steal the drugs in order -- excuse me, sell the necklace in order to get money for drugs? there's going to be a path that's going to be looked at, from the theft, to the drug use.
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we know that most people who are accused of stealing are stealing to facilitate their drug use. and she's no different than anyone else in this situation. >> okay. robin sax, thanks very much. >> thank you. >> robin? >> okay, george. now, to the dramatic video of an elderly driver headed the wrong direction on a california freeway. he caused a four-car pileup near san diego. and we'll tell you again. no one was killed or seriously injured in the accident. thank goodness. and the driver himself walked away. mike von fremd has the story that raises the question, how old is too old to drive? >> reporter: friday, february 4th, 9:44 a.m. >> what's this guy doing? >> reporter: a driver with a cell phone camera catches a silver pickup truck going the wrong way, heading south on the high-speed northbound lanes of interstate 5 near san diego. >> oh, my god. >> reporter: four other vehicles are caught in the pileup. at the wheel of that pickup, 83-year-old clarence kinney. he was driving on a suspended
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license. police simply gave him a traffic ticket and ordered him to be re-examined by the dmv. it's a scene that's played out before on the nation's highways. on i-95, near philadelphia, these pictures show an elderly woman causing four accidents. and in santa monica, in 2003, an 89-year-old driver killed 10 people and injured 70, when he plowed through a crowded farmer's market at 60 miles per hour. as baby-boomers age, the risk for them getting into accidents goes up. seven states are now demanding drivers over the age of 70 who want to continue driving, to pass a vision and medical test administered by their doctors. after enjoying the freedom and independence of driving for decades, it can be heartbreaking for senior citizens to suddenly learn that it's now too dangerous to let them behind the wheel. sooner or later, many elderly
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drivers will have to hand over their keys. the agonizing question, when is the right time? for "good morning america," mike von fremd, abc news, los angeles. >> the question, with no easy answer because not everyone ages the same, as you know. we will continue to have this discussion on this program. time, now, for the weather. and let's go back out to sam. sam? >> good morning, again, robin. we're live in times square. we're going to go to overnight, early-morning pictures for oklahoma city. it's been a really tough overnight for them. they picked up about four inches of snow in three hours. they are within an inch of their snowiest month ever there. will it happen? one of the biggest bands is going through early this morning. we'll see if it catches up. early morning 7 degrees. just brutal there. there's the southern low that moves. actually, it's a tag-team low, if you will. one cuts to the gulf. one goes right to the southeast. it's a line of snow from dallas, to jackson. even atlanta's involved in some of this. wilmington, carolina. and certainly, like we said,
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oklahoma city. places like tupelo picking up snow. you think you're safe from snow in some of the places in the deep south. this winter, you are not. it is fair but windy on the west coast. phoenix coming in about 64 degrees. and the windchills are on in the northeast, as well. anywhere from the great lakes is just an arctic blast. as soon as the wind kicks up, you can barely move your lips. take it from me. here's what's coming up on your "gma morning menu." a denture cream investigation. can excessive use or is it possible that excessive use of a popular denture cream can cause some nerve damage? chris cuomo is on the case. he has a special look at it. an abc news investigation. also, some words that camilla actually said that have re-ignited the argument. three, little words. will she ever be queen?
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lawsuit, from people who say they suffered nerve damage from zinc, in fixodent. chris cuomo has a report on how denture cream was delayed, leaving consumers in the dark. what do you have in your hand there's. >> this big book is 360 complaints, adverse event reports, that were sent to the fda, from people who were using
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fixodent. the question is if in 2006 researchers found a link to zinc and health problems, in the product. the question is, why did it take two years to recall the product? >> i started getting tingling in my fingers. >> all the way up my arms and my hands. >> reporter: for these long-time denture wearers, the symptoms started gradually. >> i started getting weaker. i couldn't walk right. >> for anybody to go through this, very hard. >> reporter: their doctors identified neurological illness. and discovered a possible cause, denture cream. you think it was the fixodent. >> i can almost guarantee it was the fixodent. >> confidence. >> reporter: they both used fixodent, made by procter & gamble. marketed with the catchy tag line -- >> fixodent and forget it. >> reporter: but the adhesive
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contains zinc which can lead to nerve damage if fixodent is used excessively. when you started to have symptoms and started to lose different types of muscle control, you kept using fixodent? >> yes because i had no clue. >> reporter: the connection was first made five years ago by researchers at the university of texas, who studied four denture users with neurological disease. >> and all of them reported they were using these very large amounts of denture cream. >> reporter: but the authors say, the study was delayed in part because of a review by this man, dr. kenneth shay who wrote, much of the information is irrelevant. little more than speculation. but abc news has learned that dr. shay didn't reveal that he was also a paid consultant to procter & gamble the maker of fixodent. >> you don't want reviewers, having skin in the game as they are objectively, in quotes reviewing a manuscript.
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>> reporter: e-mails show that dr. shay shared the research with procter & gamble. he said, if you share it with anybody, be circumspect because i'm not supposed to be passing an unpublished manuscript. >> it was a violation of fundamental ethics. and not to be allowed. that is a transgression that's inpermissible and is nefarious. >> reporter: p&g declind to answer our questions about shay. and in a statement said we know of no valid scientific evidence that using fixodent causes ill health effects. and dr. shay tells abc news that the research report had objective shortcomings. both mark jacoby and anne coffman have stopped using fixodent. but the damage to their bodies cannot be undone.
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they're suing procter & gamble. what's been the hardest thing for you to handle emotionally in all this? >> my boys. time with my boys. just doing all the things that i used to. >> reporter: now, you should know that glaxo smithkline, which makes the other best-selling denture cream, polygrip, they decided last year to remove zinc from all polygrip products. procter & gamble elected not to do that. but since 2009 they have new label information. on the back there's a caution, this contains zinc. be careful if you use too much. >> it says use as directed. but does it tell you the amount to use? >> that's a good question. it says, don't use too much. but on the back -- if you look at the top of the denture, it's on there completely. how much to use is not so evident. they say go to the website for more information. but clearly, there's some
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>> the bay area could soon be home to another major hi-tech company. nokia is considering a plan to move its headquarters from finland to silicon valley. it's the most popular cellphone maker in the world. an announcement as soon as friday. if they're coming here it's going to be cool. >> not as cool as they're used to. pretty mild afternoons. upper 50s at the coast. tonight widespread 30s. san mateo near 40.
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rain chance on monday, better on tuesday. frances. >> an earlier accident just cleared. traffic is heavy out of antioch. also in the south bay northbound 85 at camden. an accident blocking lanes. traffic heavy there as well as north
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ice, ice baby ♪ go ahead. >> we're playing the same song. we're playing that song too much this winter. >> well, it's always cold. freezing outside. we're all tired of it. what if the cold could get rid of your fat? >> excellent segue. >> yeah. with no surgery. we check out the latest cosmetic trend for a slimmer, trimmer you. >> that's coming up. also, bianna's turn to challenge the pros. take a look at this picture. she's taking on basketball superstar hakeem olajuwon. >> how does she get eye-to-eye? >> we're going to tell you in a little bit. >> saw that one coming. and rachael ray is going to be in our last half hour. great ideas for that someone special in your life on
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valentine's day. and she will reveal the brunch dishes that are a hit with her husband. and what is america's favorite family cooking up for valentine's day? it's "modern family" of course. ty burrell will be here to give us a sneak peek of their valentine's show. that is coming up in the last half hour. >> new episodes coming up. first in this half hour, george, a comment from camilla. the wife of prince charles has kicked up a controversy over what she will be called if he becomes king. her future title has been a subject of debate since the couple married in 2005. this is the first time that camilla has weighed in. and weekend anchor dan harris is here to weigh in on that. >> good morning to you. this is a touchy subject. the plan all along is for camilla to be called the princess consort, when her husband becomes king. now, there are signs that the plan could be changing. as reporters and royal watchers inhale every detail of the royal wedding, less than three months away now, some are whispering about another royal detail that has yet to be worked out.
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will camilla be queen? british tongues were already wagging about this umbrella malfunction, where camilla seemed to get stuck on a gusty day. but it was a question from an inquisitive 8-year-old that got all the attention this week. she asked the duchess of cornwall if one day, she would be queen. her response was coy. you never know, she said. this on the heels of an interview with nbc, where for the first time, prince charles implied the same thing. >> that could be. >> reporter: camilla's title has been a touchy subject since the 2005 nuptials. >> there was a certain amount of hostility at the time that they married in 2005. i think this is largely due to the ongoing inquest into the death of diana, princess of wales. but we moved on from there. >> reporter: a lot can change in six years. the british have warmed to camilla. >> she is married to the prince of wales. so, legally, she is the princess of wales. when he becomes king, she becomes queen. >> reporter: but william and his future bride, kate, are a more
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popular king and queen in waiting. and along those lines, there's long been speculation that perhaps when the queen dies, charles will step aside and let william become king. but the royals watcher we heard from, says the likelihood of that is close to zero. >> yeah, i don't think this will happen. so the two responses from the couple, you never know and could be. >> the door's open a little crack, robin. that's royal code. >> you have to read the tea leaves. >> thank you, dan. >> thank you. let's look at the other stop stories and get back over to juju. >> good morning, guys. good morning, everyone. we begin with the threat of terrorism here in the u.s. this morning, homeland security secretary janet napolitano told congress the terror threat level remains the highest since 9/11. she said home grown terrorists in yemen continue to plot attacks on the u.s.
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in egypt this morning, a large crowd of protesters marched to egypt's parliament on a second-straight day. they're defying the new vice president's order to stop the demonstrations. protesters are now claiming that government sin that size have released prisoners to attack the crowd. and another developing story, right now. three bombs have gone off at police headquarters in northern iraqi city of kirkuk. seven people have died and dozens are wounded. the region has been plagued by ethnic tensions. but it's the first major violence there in six months. italy's brian minister could soon go on trial for allegedly paying for sex with a 17-year-old. 74-year-old silvio berlusconi calls this splitly motivated. but prosecutors, today, called for an immediate trial. the experts say 8.9 home owners will qualify for heat assistance this year.
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in medical news, your morning eggs may not be as bad for you as they're cracked up to be. government researchers say a large egg today contains about 185 milligrams of cholesterol. that's 14% less than a decade ago. one reason? better feed given to hens. tests also found eggs today have about 60% more vitamin d. but two of them, over easy or scrambled, still put you over the daily cholesterol limit of 300 milligrams. now, diane sawyer has an intriguing preview of tonight's "world news." diane? >> hope it's a great wednesday four, juju. tonight on "world news," all the big stories of the day. and groundbreaking surgery performed on babies still in the womb. is this something new? some real hope for a heartbreaking problem. it is amazing to watch. we have it tonight on "world news." >> we look forward to that. time, now, for the weather with sam champion. still record amounts of snow out there. >> and the windchill is about 6 degrees in times square. >> i feel a little guilty i'm in the warm studio. sorry, sam. >> no. i'll come in and put my cold hands right about there, juju. you'll chill out quick.
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let's get to the boards. one or two things going on. chicagoland, i miss you. i'm not sure i miss this part, though. the 12-below windchill you start with this morning. i'm just saying. let's look at the boards. one or two things going on this morning. everyone's asking, where is that warmup? here it is. it comes by the weekend to next week. but by the end of today, we'll see moderating temps. by the time you get to dallas on thursday, you're 32. on your way to 48 by friday. and that warmer air starts to spread across the rest of the country, as well. oklahoma city, what you're getting today will be gone in 43 degrees you see about two days from now. quick look at the big board now. and on the west coast, they've been holding on to more comfortable temperatures and even the dry, comfortable, clear weather. little breezy, still, in the southwest. but that arctic air, the door just opened for it. it's all the way down into the deep south. a line of snow through the southern states. the northern part of the southern states. stay tuned -- stay up and stay tuned -- lips frozen -- to your local abc stations. me
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and we are live, in our home this morning, times square. george? >> thank you, sam. the boom in plastic surgery just won't quit. americans now get about 10 million cosmetic procedures a year. but for people who want to look their best without going for surgery, there's two, new treatments which are getting remarkable results. and claire shipman is here to tell us about it. >> george, good morning. we have to pay attention. we're getting to be that age now. three-quarters of americans that opt for a cosmetic procedure go
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for the nonsurgical kind now. and there are new alternatives to two of the most popular surgery, line liposuction and a facelift. >> hi. >> reporter: barbara, a schoolteacher, is like a lot of women of a certain age. >> i've always been thin. i never had a problem with my weight. and then, all of a sudden, this belly fat started to appear. >> reporter: and she's also part of a growing movement, women eager to avoid cosmetic surgery. >> i don't want to go underneath the knife and anesthesia. >> reporter: so, what is she doing? the hot, new treatment, so to speak, freezing her fat away. it's so simple and pain-free, we're doing the interview during treatment. >> it's like a vacuum. that's exactly what it felt like. once it's been on for a couple minutes, you really don't feel anything. >> reporter: how long will you be here? >> i think about an hour. >> reporter: it's called zeltiq, a vacuum-like device pulls in the annoying bits around the middle and literally freezes them. the fat cells die a slow death, over six to eight weeks.
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and according to dr. debra jaliman, the results are dramatic. >> it's incredibly popular. first of all, when people first hear about it, they think it's too good to be true, they can't even believe it. >> it's a gradual change. it went over about six weeks. i kept looking and looking and saying, i don't see anything. you're not going to see anything because you're seeing yourself every day. it wasn't until i saw the pictures that i realized how much belly fat was gone. >> reporter: it's the brainchild of dr. rox anderson, of harvard university and mass general. a laser specialist who spends most of his time removing debilitating scars and marks from children. he started puzzling about the effects of cold a few years ago. he put together two seemingly unrelated things, incidents where infants suck on popcicles too long and lose the fat in their cheeks. and the fact that butter, fat, hardens of freezes quicker than other things, like skin.
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at this point, this technology is best suited for people with a bit of extra fat. >> people in good shape, who have a healthy diet. they're exercising. and they have body fat distribution they're still not happy with. they are the ideal candidate for this. >> it's not painful. it's not invasive. yet, it works. >> reporter: that's the same concept that drew lisa marcus to the office, with a different goal. she wanted to tighten her face, but with no knife. >> i liked the fact that there was no cutting involved and no down time. >> reporter: it's called thermage. radio waves trick skin into producing more collagen. and the recent upgrade to the technology now produces substantial, natural-looking tightening in just a few hours, with no surgery. >> and we've had patients check into our office and do whole body thermage. they do their hands, their legs, their butt, all over. before thermage, you see the crepeness of the knees.
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three months later, you see how much the legs and the knees tighten from thermage. >> reporter: final results can take a few months. but some of the lift is noticeable immediately. >> it feels tighter. isn't that bizarre? it feels tighter. >> reporter: the only pain involved, on your wallet. fat freezes start at $750. thermage, $1,000. but it's money well-spent, says barbara. >> i saved to have this done. i'll be honest with you. i put the money aside. this is like, you know, a vacation for me. but it was perfect. >> all right. these things look so simple. but don't take a bunch of ice cubes and radio waves and try to do this at home. it's a little more complicated. this isn't a substitute for surgery. but it's a pretty great alternative. >> not painful. and not invasive. are the results as long-lasting? >> dr. anderson thinks in terms of the zeltiq, it's at least 10 or 15 years. they don't know. it was just developed. but quite a long time for results.
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think about it for your birthday. maybe a birthday present. >> we were wondering what to get him tomorrow. >> maybe liposuction for christmas. >> oh, boy. i'm taking off tomorrow. we'll be right back. you can see more tonight on "nightline." if you have questions, go to abcnews.com. we'll be back with bianna in a minute.
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heroes hakeem olajuwon. and i said, we'll play his game with my rules. growing up as an only child, i was always a daddy's girl. but arguably nothing brought my dad and me closer together than our adopted hometown of houston. and our shared love of the houston rockets. >> olajuwon. and the rockets win. >> no one has ever done what this team's done. >> reporter: night after night, my dad and i watched basketball together. so, when it came time to select someone to take on it was an easy choice. i wanted to take on my dad's and my hero rockets great, hakeem olajuwon. like my dad and me, who immigrated from russia. he went on to win two nba championships for the rockets. and was named 1 of the nba's 50
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greatest players of all-time. but while i loved watching hoops. playing hoops, well that was a different story. i think i'm going to be embarrassing myself. so, to get ready to take on hakeem, i called former houston rocket, and hakeem's teammate roberts horry, seven-time nba champion. >> basketball is about being the part and looking the part. i think you need to put this on. >> my name fit on a jersey? suited up i got a tutorial. >> why are you rushing? >> reporter: and how to sink -- >> focus. >> reporter: or try to sink a good layup. >> keep your head up. the ball's not going to hit you. >> reporter: are robert's help i found my sweet spot. 90 minutes later, at 5'5" i was ready to meet the seven-foot
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tall dream. i can't believe i'm meeting you in the flesh. after taking time to show him a beloved family keepsake. my dad and i have had this for many years. there's a picture you signed for me. it was time to faceoff. i may be your biggest fan. but i'm going to take you down on that court. you ready? >> wow. let's do it. >> reporter: the first competition, free throw line. >> okay. >> here's hower reporter: here's how it goes. i shoot, the way i've been taught. and you shoot blindfolded. fortunately, i had an assistant to help me with my free throw challenge, houston mascot clutch the bear. and the help clutch gave hakeem it turned a basketball god into a mere mortal for a few minutes. enabling me to win, sort of win, the free throw competition.
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then, time for phase two, our layup challenge. for this one, i shoot normally, while hakeem would shoot backwards, using his left hand even though he's right-handed. the result? let's just say i shouldn't quit my day job anytime soon. the final tally -- >> the official winner and i hate to say this is mr. olajuwon. >> i won? >> yep. but that doesn't really count. the unofficial winner is b.g. yeah. that's what i'm talking about. >> reporter: before putting away my basketball there was something i needed to do. introduce hakeem to the man who brought us together in the first place, my dad. robert horry and hakeem olajuwon. i told you i'm your biggest fan. i'm probably your second-biggest fan. he is probably your biggest fan. we watched every game. and how better to show my dad a little bit of what i learned, but a little two-on-two action,
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me and robert, against my dad and hakeem. hakeem's not the only one that still has game. so does my dad. they say a picture's worth 1,000 words. for me and my dad, this one is worth all that and more. this is a father/daughter memory of a lifetime. now, i was -- i made more shots than that. i found my sweet spot my bank shot. i loved it. you know, we told my dad that i was interviewing beyonce. i couldn't think of anyone else famous from houston. when he came in and saw hakeem he was surprised. >> complete surprise? he had a huge smile. >> and you went to high school with beyonce. >> yeah. it was like, look it's beyonce. but hakeem he was frozen. hakeem has been retired for nine years. he has a clothing line called dream. he's launching into women's and children's clothing as well. he spends a lot of time in
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cool tonight with widespread 30s around and dry sunday before rain monday and a better chance tuesday. my coat is -- >> take off your coat. >> are you kidding me? pull it. pull it. okay. okay. >> come on up. treat them like they're regular stairs. come on through. happy valentine's day. >> valentine's day 2010 on "modern family." what do they have in store this year? >> i don't know how they're going to top last year. >> it was a really fantastic effort. and also coming up for the last half hour, rachael ray is right there. she's here to prove that nothing says loving like something from
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the ovp. she's revealing her husband's favorite valentine's day meal. and we also have a special someone. you probably know him as trapper john from "m.a.s.h." but wayne rogers is here. he's making his own rules. we're going to talk to him about that. let's get back outside with sam and the weather. >> good morning, guys. we found a small but mighty crowd to keep warm with. pittsburgh -- that's very nice. pittsburgh, we love the heart. very nice. nicely done. i love you back. let's get to the boards. one or two things going on this morning we want to talk about. a live shot out of tulsa, oklahoma. if you managed to get 5 1/2 inches between last night's snow and the stuff that falls this morning, it's the snowiest winter ever if you manage to do that. your abc station will tally it up for you today. here's who gets snow.
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topeka oklahoma city tulsa, memphis, jackson, morehead city. atlanta. and there will be another snow line toward carolina. then comes the arctic air behind the system. and this is part of what made sure the snowmaker didn't get farther north from new york city into boston. it was the cold air that held that system in the south. next week, we start to warm up a little bit. i'm looking at l.a. that's 73 degrees this morning. and everybody can know -- we all i can't -- i can't take your --
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>> make somebody's day. >> maybe i can take your free coffee. thank you. you did this. all that was brought to you by cottonelle. he plays the wonderfully geeky dad, phil dunphy, on the show "modern family." ty burrell is here with us this morning. and he's going to give us a sneak peek at tonight's valentine's day episode. >> good to see you. >> i'm glad you were able to sneak us in after all the awards shows you guys have been going to. >> yeah. it's been crazy. just a blast. the s.a.g. awards were the most recent one. and that was total chaos. the kids running around with three-pound statues, like shaking trying to hold them up. yeah. it's been really fun. >> did you feel like you belonged a little more this year than last year? you were -- kind of like your
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head was on a swivel last year at the awards show. >> i feel the same way. i'm just as confused by the whole experience. i don't know how i ended up in this position. i don't know how it's lasted this long. but mainly good writing. you know? i really feel like every week we're just totally impressed and surprised by how good the show remains. they're incredibly talented. but there's a talent in i think, in being able to sustain that kind of quality. >> yeah. it's a real team effort. they do their part. and the cast and the kids and all that. let's talk about your daughter. just celebrated her one-year birthday? >> yeah. >> how's that going? >> it's just incredible. she took her first steps last night, which -- yeah. yeah. that's what i said over the phone. >> you weren't there. >> i wasn't there. >> no. >> oh. my life is so bad.
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it's so hard. i was just thrilled you know? i was thrilled. and the most amazing thing is she was actually -- she does like a scoot thing on hardwood because she figured out it was fast faster. she was scooting along and stopped and got up and walked to her toy. so, that's for real walking. that's not like where i do it and go -- lead her up to something and go -- you walked. >> that doesn't count. >> she's like -- >> you did the real deal. >> yeah. >> tonight's episode, we're looking forward to this. and are we going to see your alter ego? >> yes. clive bixby and giuliani.julianna. we don't know her last name. they make a return appearance
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tonight. and all of their idiotic grandeur. basically, they try to have a normal valentine's. like a dignified, adult valentine's. and they start to get terrified that they're getting too old, too fast. and claire kind of brings back the characters again. it was a ton of fun to shoot. >> shall we take a sneak peek? >> let's do. >> you can say you're a national man of mystery. >> shh. never did catch what you do? >> didn't you? >> surprising i know. i'm usually good at catching things from women in bars. >> well, clive, i'm just a bored housewive with a dark side and an hour to kill. >> is that what i think it is? >> it's not a gift card. or maybe it is. i'll be upstairs, clive. don't take too long.
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>> i never do. >> it is awesome how you deliver it. >> oh, my lord. >> is it true -- >> what an idiot. >> no. >> -- that you almost walked away from acting until you got that latest part? >> yeah. i mean i was looking for an escape route for sure because i had been kind of beaten at the head from rejections from auditions and stuff. so my wife and i were kind of trying to figure out something else. i had actually started trying to make goofy t-shirts with my brother. so, this was -- and that would have been a huge check. >> so glad this worked out for you. >> so am i. >> and the family. >> and the kids are really -- the young cast, they're really coming into their own in the whole -- >> yeah. and i think the kids are starting to get the recognition
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that they deserve, too. you know, they're great actors. and sometimes they -- you know they can be marginalized. and i think the longer the show's on the air, the more people are starting to notice that the kids are doing everything that the adults are doing. >> when they walked in on you and claire in the act. >> yeah. >> it resonated with a lot of couples. we're doing "gma" "modern family" search. we're going around the country and asking people who are modern families. do people come up to you and say different things about -- >> that one raised a ton of -- made us realize that there's a lot of young people that watch the show. we had a lot of parents that were like, interesting episode. really had a lot of explaining to do after that episode. oh, how old are your kids? a lot of young kids watched that episode. and you know actually it was kind of funny. even filming the episode, the kids who are the actors were also slightly uncomfortable.
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it was pretty funny. not, you know, just like we're all laughing. this is kind of actually what we're doing in the episode and you're having -- they're like i don't notice that you're wearing a dance belt. >> someone is really probably -- real ones are saying, any eyes. >> oh yeah. >> ty thank you so much. i'm looking forward to it i'm going out there next week the set. and hang out with you all and find our "gma" modern family. you're very good to us. >> thank you. we look forward to having you. >> all right. you can see "modern family" and clive tonight. this was great, too. cue the music. right here on abc at 9:00 8:00 central. all next week, we'll be looking for the modern family. we'll bring you on the set of "modern family" all next week. coming up how to succeed in business wayne rogers. wayne rogers," m.a.s.h." has 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if i don't get away from this place for a while, i'm going to start picking flowers off the wallpaper. >> let go. >> i had a dream last night i was asleep. and i dreamt it while i was awake. >> are you nuts? move out. >> were you acting? >> you ain't seen nothing yet. >> he was trapper john to alan alda's hawk eye, in "m.a.s.h."
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but off the camera wayne rogers was giving his fellow actors financial advice and building a career as an entrepreneur. he tells all in a book called "make your own rules." so happy to have you here. >> thank you, george. >> at the beginning of your acting career, you were giving people like peter falk financial advice? >> well, it was a little more convoluted like that. peter had a business manager who at that point went south with a lot of money. in those days it was a lot of money. and peter and i roomed together on 14th street here in new york. and he said the only friend in life. you have to help me get out of this. yadda, yadda. and i helped him recover the money from the insurance company. and he said now have i got this, you have to take me on. it was accidental. >> how did that turn into becoming an investor? an entrepreneur? >> it became a business that did. and as a result of that you know, you -- and i was lucky. you know, i had -- in the old
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days, when they made westerns i got a series. so, i had a little money salted away. one thing that all actors are afraid of terrified, i'm out of work. yadda, yadda, yadda. you want to be sure -- >> that's your mic, i think. >> i lost my mic? >> there we go. >> oh. well, this is fun. think you can handle that? okay. all right. you know, i think the thing that all actors are afraid of is they're afraid you know you're going to get your last job. so, you save your money. if you're smart, you save your money. >> and you figured out where to put it. you specialized in spending money in distressed businesses. kleinfeld. >> well, kleinfeld had been going into decline. and it was a distressed property. and a friend of mine you know
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got me interested in it. and we bought it at what i would call a bargain price. and we turned it around. and it's turned out to be a terrific business. and by the way, i know nothing about wedding dresses. >> well what does an actor know about investing? you must get that question all the time. >> worse yet, i don't know anything about wedding dresses and the wedding business too. but you know? i have an inquisitive mind. i'm cursed with it. i think if you have an inquisitive mind you are interested in all of those things. my fear is that i'm not going to live long enough to learn enough about what goes on in the world. so, i'm constantly reading. constantly asking questions. and i think that's an entrepreneur is somebody who always asks why and why not? and doesn't accept -- as opposed -- it's creative, as opposed to administrative. >> that's the biggest lesson you've learned from the worst financial call you ever made? >> don't do it again.
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>> one thing you did want to do again, and i loved finding this out. you anchored this show for a week back in 1986. >> i was george stephanopoulos for a week. yes. that's right. that's exactly right. >> let's take a look. >> it's been fun having wayne rogers with us all week. how has it been for you? >> i was a little nervous the first day. >> the first day of getting up at 4:00 in the morning, somebody called him at 12:30 at night, wrong number woke him up. >> oh, terrible. >> what a way to start. >> one week. but you found your wife here. >> yes, i did. my wife was the producer. and she and i had a very unfortunate beginning. i mean we didn't get along. but it's wonderful now. i mean this is 20-odd years later. and we're very happy. i'm crazy about her. and she's a wonderful woman. when we first met, she --
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>> you just got in trouble in the background. >> my hero over there. you have a thing in your ear. and it was during the marcos thing. and she said remember that senator who is on your left and the democratic representative from the house of new york on your right. and she's talking to me while i'm trying to interview these guys. and it drove me nuts. so, when it was all over i ran back into the control room. you know it's dark in there. lights are blinking and everything. and i said where's that big, blonde broad? and everybody got very busy. i could see down there. you know? and this voice from the darkness said, are you talking to me? >> eventually, you guys made up and got married. thank you for coming in. the book is called "make your own rules." check out a chapter at abcnews.com/gma. and we'll be back with rachael ray.
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ah. countdown to valentine's day. but shop no more. rachael ray is here. she's our goddess of the kitchen. but he's also our goddess of everything else. >> thank you. >> she's got it all down for the loved one. the surprises, and everything. >> especially for guys. they really get the short end of the stick on valentine's day. >> just saying. >> lady gets the flowers or the jewelry. my husband loves bacon and salaammi more than anything in the universe. this is my favorite gift. i give it as a holiday gift for bacon lovers. it's perfect for valentine's day, for a guy or girl that loves salty and sweet. this is from vosges. and it's an entire box of chocolate and bacon combination. chocolate pancake mix. little bacon bars.
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my favorite the bacon toffee. mind-blowing. >> i'm telling you, you and diane sawyer are the only two ladies i know. but almost every guy i know has the bacon/chocolate thing. >> ladies do too. ladies like salty and sweet. up next, free you can make a valentine. i'm not a poet. but i wrote a silly valentine years ago. and he keeps this ragged card. it means the world to them. my mom, i send valentines to. and i make books of our fall and holiday book. and it's a great, inexpensive valentine. >> our producer gave this to me for christmas. all of our trips. >> all the memories. so easy to do. i make books practically every week. guys, again, love beers of the month. >> i do. >> cheese of the month. or you can get, from lobel's here in new york beef of the
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month. beer of the month, cheese of the month, or beef of the month. are you kidding me? >> or all of them. the cheese of the month and beer of the month these are things that you might not go to the store and try that. but you get to try them all. >> you can order it online and print out a gift certificate and pop it in a valentine's card. all you have to do for your valentine is make them breakfast. a mimosa. a wonderful. this is one of our waffles. it's buckwheat waffles with ham and grieure cheese. and it is waffle week on "the rachael ray show." we make a different waffle every day. if all else fails, make your valentine breakfast in bed. and you're in like flynn. >> you put the egg on top of it. that changes it from a croque to
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something i learned from you, that i didn't know either. >> and it becomes a croque madame. you can get to work in the kitchen this weekend. >> you need to shop no more. all of these ideas are what you need to be in on valentine's day, by the way. and you can get them all, if you missed them at abcnews.com/gma. rachael ray, we love you. >> love you, ibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibibtotototototototototototototoúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúpúp4x4x
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you're going to be on youtube again with all of this. >> it's so good. >> gluttony. >> really? >> all right. >> delicious though. >> thank you rachael ray, so very much. >> sure. >> tomorrow george stephanopoulos turns 50. he's 50. right here on "gma."
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♪ the man charged with
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assaulting a catholic priest who allegedly abused him as a child is scheduled to have a pre-trial hearing this morning. william lynch is charged with assaulting father gerald lindner at the sacred heart center in los gatos last year. they believe his claim the priest sexually abused him decades ago are planning a rally outside the courtroom this morning. >> still the 30s and 40s but those are just about over. we should warm upper low to mid-60s this afternoon. chilly tonight with more widespread 30s. even frost in our valleys. that will repeat the next couple nights before chance of rain monday and a better chance tuesday. frances. >> bart still reporting ten minute delays from west oakland out to san francisco and sfo due to an earlier equipment problem. still a few delays on the roads this morning especially the south bay where we've had quite a few accidents. there's one on north 101 to north 280 blocking the connector

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