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>> maxie: [ sighs ] >> dante: where'd it go? [ laughs ] >> rocco: [ laughs ] >> dante: what number is that? can you tell me what number that is? i know, that's usually mom's job, right? mommy does that, does the numbers with you. yeah. you're looking for -- >> rocco: [ babbles ] >> dante: i know. i'm looking for it, too. >> lulu: i can't stop staring at him. i can't believe he's here. >> dante: hey, uh, i know i made some pretty big promises last night, buddy. i did. but i'm telling you right now, i meant every word of it. so, what do you say? what do you think? isng your mommy home?
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>> felix: 241, 242, 243. >> sabrina: i think you missed one. >> felix: no, i didn't. believe me. sabrina! [ laughs ] [ grunts ] >> lucas: [ sighs ] >> brad: sorry. i just had to touch, make sure i wasn't dreaming. >> lucas: hmm. well, i was. >> brad: oh? about? >> lucas: you. and how we were supposed to have a threesome. but we found our way back to each other instead. >> nina: look at my husband. so peaceful. dreaming the dreams of the innocent. when he's really a cheating
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was able to do that. >> silas: [ sniffs ] who you kidding? i always got up before you. >> nina: you always went to sleep before me, too. >> silas: hmm. >> nina: i used to watch you. i used to watch your chest rise and fall. and it made me feel safe and happy. >> silas: because i was still breathing? >> nina: [ laughs ] no. because we were together. and because i loved you. we had our lives ahead of us. little did i know. >> silas: we're here now. >> nina: yeah. we're here now. and after 20-something years, i made love to my husband.
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and it was amazing. i want to ask you something. it's kind of silly. you're gonna laugh. but don't. i mean, you're gonna want to laugh. please don't. >> silas: [ chuckles ] >> nina: [ laughs ] um, we're husband and wife, and we've done that like hundreds of times. but it's been a long time for me, and i just want to know... was it as good for you as it was for me? >> felix: oh! i'm so sorry i wasn't there to welcome you home. it was gonna be a thing of beauty. flowers, takeout, and our favorite pinot. >> sabrina: sounds perfect. >> felix: yeah, but i ended up working a double, and now i am covering for elizabeth, so... >> sabrina: felix, you must be exhausted. >> felix: [ scoffs ] beyond.
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>> sabrina: i must admit, i was hoping that the reason you weren't home was because you were doing something fun. >> felix: such as? >> sabrina: lucas. i thought you guys had, youknowf know, taken your friendship to the next level. >> felix: hmm. well, if you call a three-way with brad next level, then lucas and i were there. >> brad: so, you're not disappointed we didn't include felix the other night? >> lucas: the other night? dude, that was last night. >> brad: dude, no, it wasn't. [ chuckles ] we've been holed up here for nearly 48 hours. >> lucas: huh. huh. i haven't even looked at my phone. >> brad: or a computer. >> lucas: the only people we've had contact with besides each other are val and abby ewing, which don't count considering they are fake people on "knots landing." >> brad: we're almost done with season three, by the way. >> lucas: we made it that far? >> brad: mm-hmm. >> lucas: wow, i didn't think we'd have time, what with all the, uh, activity. >> brad: i do love being active.
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>> lucas: that's so weird. so do i. >> brad: ahh! you know who's not gonna love it? obrecht. >> lucas: oh, come on. why would you give me that mental image right now? >> brad: she's probably gonna fire me for going awol. >> lucas: but it would be worth it, right? >> brad: [ chuckles ] second. >> lucas: besides... [ sighs ] your roommate's her daughter. britt must have some sort of sway with obrecht. >> brad: no, crap! >> lucas: what? >> brad: britt! >> nathan: what is this? >> britt: sustenance. >> nikolas: we figured sincen wd you've been working day and night that you could use it. >> nathan: oh. thank you. it's very thoughtful of you. >> britt: [ chuckles ] >> nikolas: and actually self-serving. you can't find my sister if you die of starvation, right? >> nathan: well, whatever the
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motivation, i appreciate it. >> nikolas: it was actually her idea. it turns out that your, uh, sister here is a champion in crisis. >> dante: buddy, look at this. forget mary poppins. santa claus came to town. you don't even need this thing anymore. my mother make you lug all this stuff over? >> elizabeth: no, no. this is all aiden's -- aiden's stuff that he doesn't play with anymore. look what i have! >> dante: i think you hit the jackpot. >> elizabeth: i thought it may help take his mind off of things. >> dante: yeah. >> elizabeth: just wish it was that simple for you. >> nathan: scribner went into surgery for his gunshot wound last night. >> nikolas: were you able to speak with him beforehand? >> nathan: briefly. he did manage to give us some information about his partner. >> nikolas: dunkleman? >> britt: what did he say? >> nathan: for starters, his name isn't dunkleman. >> levi: call me. i'm waiting to hear back from you. room service! makes nutrition a cinch when you don't have much use of your hands. why the long faces? accommodation not up to your
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standards? my apologies, your highnesses. [ sighs ] >> maxie: [ coughs ] help! help! somebody help us! >> levi: help! help! please! >> maxie: help us! >> levi: help! if you can't answer your own question, then there really is no hope for you, is there? >> maxie: help! we're being held hostage in here! >> levi: do you really think i would have taken that off if i thought somebody could hear your screeching voice? that's better. >> maxie: that's your idea of a disguise? cutting your hair? >> levi: i had it long to convince you of the whole hippie dippy yoga mantra. but now i can go back to being the real me. >> maxie: a lying, kidnapping loser. >> levi: you throw insults. and i bring you breakfast. drink up. and for you. >> lulu: go to hell. >> levi: [ laughs ] >> lulu: by the way, that haircut does nothing for you. >> levi: ooh. so hostile.
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>> lulu: is this supposed to impress us? make us think that you're something more than a kidnapper and a thief? >> levi: you don't like a good mystery? >> maxie: oh, levi, there's nothing mysterious about you. yes, i was too messed up to see what a lying skeeve that you are. but everyone else figured it out. and obviously you're incompetent. you can't figure out how to fence my mom's jewels. >> levi: the jewels were just the beginning. this was never about the money. >> lulu: then what the hell is it about? >> levi: much more, my dear lulu. this operation is personal.
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>> elizabeth: dante. >> dante: yeah? >> elizabeth: lulu's a spencer. she's a product of luke and laura, no less. survival is in her blood. >> dante: yeah. >> elizabeth: she's gonna make it. especially since she has this little angel to come home to. >> dante: [ chuckles ] what am i? chopped liver? >> elizabeth: you know what i mean. >> dante: i do. thanks for the reminder. i needed that. >> elizabeth: now go. go find her. i'm gonna take care of him. don't worry about us. >> sabrina: you had a three-way with lucas and brad? >> felix: why are you whispering? >> sabrina: i don't know! [ both laugh ] >> felix: i had an almost three-way. um, we didn't quite make it to the rendezvous. >> sabrina: cold feet? >> felix: my feet were on the way when milo showed up. told me he had a crush on a fabulous black nurse. >> sabrina: stop it. milo came out?
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i knew it. >> felix: no, he didn't. actually, milo is still unfortunately not gay. >> sabrina: so then who's the fabulous black nurse? >> felix: epiphany. >> sabrina: johnson?! >> felix: do you know another? >> sabrina: no! i'm i had no idea that epiphany was milo's type. >> felix: well, she is. >> sabrina: oh, my god! that's amazing. i mean, she's always talking about how cute he is. >> felix: mm-hmm. >> sabrina: well, good for her. >> felix: yeah. >> sabrina: but i don't understand. what does this have to do with you not, you know, meeting up with lucas and brad? >> felix: the way milo was talking about epiphany, he's crazy about her. thinks she's beautiful on the inside and out. >> sabrina: oh. that is so sweet. >> felix: yeah. yeah. it made me realize that's what i want. to feel that way about someone and have them feel it back. so, i bagged the three-way idea. >> brad: this is your fault.
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>> lucas: oh! >> brad: you made me forget all about britt and everything else. >> lucas: no, no, no, no, no. do not blame me for your irresponsibility. i had nothing to do with this. >> brad: you had everything to do with it. >> lucas: okay, so just call britt and tell her it's safe to come home now. >> brad: [ sighs ] unless... >> lucas: what? >> brad: maybe i did britt a favor. i mean, as far as we know, britt might be in bed with nikolas this entire time. >> anna: oh, nikolas, hi. >> nikolas: hi. >> anna: britt. >> nikolas: what's going on? >> anna: how are you holding up? >> nikolas: i'm not holding up. i'm going out of my mind about lulu. >> anna: yeah, i can assure you that we're doing everything we can to bring those two women back safely. >> nikolas: i appreciate that, but i -- >> anna: can -- can i steal you away? we have some more information. at kind of information? >> anna: nothing i can talk about right now. we have more questions than answers, but i assure you, when we have something more concrete... >> nikolas: okay, well, can you at least tell me if this information, this lead, ispromi? promising? >> anna: yeah. it is. very.
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>> nikolas: okay. >> anna: all right. i'll see you in interrogation. >> nathan: hey, thanks. thanks for keeping me fed. >> britt: yeah, i wish i could do more. you'll find her, nathan. when you do, you can finally tell maxie how you feel. >> nathan: yeah. once i get her in my arms, i won't let her go, that's for sure. nothing's ever gonna stand between us again. i got to... >> britt: yeah. [ sighs, clears throat ] >> nikolas: your brother's really lucky to have you. [ door closes ] >> britt: i just hope i'm right. >> nikolas: you have to be. because the alternative is -- >> britt: is something we're not gonna think about. listen, i have to swing by my house and grab some clothes and get to the hospital. >> nikolas: that mean get back to your real life? >> britt: [ chuckles ] will you be okay? >> nikolas: yes. yeah. >> britt: are you sure? >> nikolas: at some point in my life, i have to learn how to get through the day without you. >> britt: um, i'll check in later.
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>> nikolas: okay. all right. thank you for everything. >> britt: yeah. >> silas: are you asking me for a critique? >> nina: only if it's positive. is it positive? >> silas: well... it depends. >> nina: depends on what? >> silas: how good it was for you. >> nina: it was good. i thought i made that audibly clear. >> silas: let's just say there was nothing bad about what happened last night. >> nina: there was nothing bad about what happened? >> silas: mnh-mnh. >> nina: really? on a scale from 1 to 10... >> silas: oh. [ chuckles ] you're serious. >> nina: yeah. >> silas: okay. >> nina: silas. >> silas: 13. >> nina: 13? >> silas: 13. >> nina: really? 13? >> silas: thank you for... for giving me the push that i needed. >> nina: you're welcome. for giving me the push that i needed.
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remember when we were younger and how crazy we were in bed? >> silas: out of bed, too. >> nina: yeah. i can't wait to get up and about so we can go back to our -- to our old ways. >> silas: i don't know, nina. you're pretty strong already. i-i can't believe how far you've come. >> nina: you gave me motivation. you were my motivation. it was you and everything we had together and getting all that back. so, what do you think? after last night and just now, do you think we made a baby? >> anna: this is what we have so far. levi dunkleman is an alias. his real name is peter harrell, which also happens to be the name of a former fiancé of felicia scorpio. they were engaged in 1984, which is when the aztec jewelry was stolen for the first time. >> dante: by harrell? >> anna: yeah. he would have been successful,
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too, but thanks to frisco and felicia, he didn't get away with it. >> dante: well, this sounds like history repeating itself. >> anna: hmm. >> nathan: that can't be a coincidence. >> anna: my theory is the two peter harrells are father and son. >> maxie: you stole my mother's jewelry, and then you kidnapped us to use us as protection against the police. that's not personal, levi. that's just stupid. >> levi: you think that's the only reason you're here? max, you are so much more than a hostage. >> maxie: then keep me here and let lulu go. >> lulu: no, maxie. >> maxie: she has a son that needs her. >> lulu: i am not leaving here without you. >> maxie: yes, you are. levi, this is between me and you, okay? just leave lulu out of it. >> levi: i'd love to. i really would. lord knows the two of you are double the trouble. but as it turns out... lulu is as much a part of this as you are.
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>> elizabeth: hey, i've never seen this picture before. who is that handsome boy? is that you with your uncle nikolas? you remember uncle nikolas, don't you? you lived in his little while. well, i wouldn't exactly call it a house. it's so big and formal. and i would never tell your uncle nikolas this, 'cause i wouldn't want to hurt his feelings, but it's kind of gloomy, don't you think? isn't his house gloomy? [ knock on door ] between you and me, i like this place better. it's much cozier and it feels more like home. >> brad: [ laughs ] >> lucas: all right, let's get back to this nikolas and britt thing. i thought they were over. >> brad: well, i encouraged her not to give up. >> lucas: [ laughs ] of course you do. >> brad: what's that mean? >> lucas: that means that you are one of, if not the most, tenacious people i've ever met in my life. >> brad: it worked, didn't it? you forgave me. maybe nikolas forgave britt,
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too. maybe they're as happy as we are right now. >> lucas: impossible. [ chuckles ] >> britt: so, how was the big threesome? whoa. >> felix: wait, wait, wait. someone deliberately went after you, patrick, and emma? >> sabrina: and gabriel had to pay the price. >> felix: [ sighs ] >> sabrina: [ sighs ] sorry. >> felix: don't you apologize. not to me, not to anyone. this is insane. why would somebody do that to you? >> sabrina: i don't know. but i swear on my little boy's >> sabrina: i don't know. but i swear on my little boy's soul that i will find out.
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i'm not sure. maybe i did. i mean, it's possible. i don't know. why are you giving me the doctor stare? >> silas: i'm not giving you the doctor stare. >> nina: [ chuckles ] you don't think it's conceivable medically? >> silas: it's not really my area of expertise. >> nina: but you think. i want to know what you think. >> silas: i think we need to be realistic. we don't know if you can even get pregnant, let alone carry to term. i understand that you want a baby, but... you're still hurting about the one that you lost. >> nina: the one lost. >> silas: the one that we lost. >> nina: we lost. >> silas: i just don't want to see you get disappointed if it doesn't happen. >> nina: the odds are against me, that's for sure. no one knows that better than i do. i'm just trying to get everything back that was taken from me. that's all. >> britt: i'm so sorry.
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i had no idea you'd still be at it. i mean -- i mean, here. >> brad: that's fine. >> britt: so, i take it you had a good time? [ laughs ] >> brad: understatement. >> lucas: [ laughs ] >> britt: where's felix? >> brad: change of plans. lucas and i figured out we didn't want a three-way. we only wanted each other. >> britt: aww! >> lucas: brad was hoping that you and nikolas may have figured out the same thing, minus the threesome part, unless, of course, you're into that sort of thing, which then -- you know what? i'm gonna stop talking now. >> brad: have you been shacked up at wyndemere this whole time? >> britt: i have been with nikolas, but not shacked up. >> brad: you didn't manage to get him back? >> britt: do you seriously not know? >> lucas: know what? >> britt: nikolas' sister was kidnapped. >> elizabeth: any updates?as: n. >> nikolas: no. britt and i were at the police station earlier. anna mentioned that she had a new lead but couldn't give any details. >> elizabeth: new leads are good. >> nikolas: only if they pan
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out. anyway, uh, dante wasn't there, so i came by to see how he was doing. >> elizabeth: you just missed him. he left for work. >> nikolas: how'd he seem? >> elizabeth: as you would expect. he's trying to keep it together for rocco, but he's really screaming on the inside. >> nikolas: i'll bet. oh! [ chuckles ] anyway, it was nice of you to babysit. >> elizabeth: it's the least i could do. i wish there was more i could do to help you. but britt seems to have it all covered. >> nikolas: elizabeth, i'm sorr sorry. she's been great, a godsend. what else do you want me to say? >> elizabeth: yeah, no, i-i know. i'm actually kind of surprised she's not here with you right now. she's been stuck to your side since lulu was taken. which makes sense given how close you guys are to getting back together. >> nikolas: who said that? >> elizabeth: britt did. she just happened to let it slip that the two of you were about to have sex when i called with the news about lulu.
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>> maxie: how does this have anything to do with lulu? she has nothing to do with the aztec treasure. >> levi: you'll find out soon enough. >> lulu: what's the matter, levi? whoever you're leaving messages for still hasn't called you back? >> maxie: or maybe you're as disposable as scribner. >> levi: so it's true what they say about blondes. sorry, girls, but you got it all wrong. >> lulu: oh, do we? >> maxie: you know, whatever you think you're doing, it's not gonna work. dante and nathan are gonna hunt you down. >> lulu: i'll bet that they're already on to you, thanks to agent scribner. you know he's talking since you knifed him in the back. >> maxie: oh, no, lulu, uh, he shot him in the front. >> lulu: you're right. my bad. >> levi: shut up. >> maxie: yeah, they're gonna burst in here maybe any second, and they're not gonna hesitate to shoot you, levi. >> levi: i said shut up! >> lulu: i think we hit a nerve. >> maxie: are you scared? is something bothering you? because you don't have to die a loathsome pig, levi. you could untie us and then take
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we clean it up, turn around, and there it is again. it's scary. little bit in my eye. [ michelle ] underneath the kitchen table, underneath my work desk, we've got enough to knit a sweater. [ doorbell rings ] zach, what is that? the swiffer sweeper. the swiffer dusters. it's some sort of magic cloth that sucks in all the dog hair. it's quick and easy. pretty amazing that it picked it all up. i would totally take on another dog. [ kevin ] really? ♪ [ kevin ] really? >> nina: i just want to stay in bed all day.
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remember when we were in the city... and we'd be at home in bed and the world was going on outside and we'd burrow under the covers? >> silas: order more takeout than we could ever possibly eat. >> nina: yes. [ chuckles ] i loved that. i bet it would be so much fun now with the dvss. you could just stay in bed all day with your dvs and watch what you wanted. you know, the dvss. >> silas: dvr. >> nina: the -- oh. dvr. >> silas: it's called a dvr. >> nina: [ laughs ] i promise you i'm not gonna be this clueless forever. >> silas: i don't have one anyway. >> nina: [ laughs ] then why are we talking about it? >> silas: i have no idea. >> nina: don't make me go to physical therapy, please. >> silas: [ sighs ]
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i thought you wanted to get stronger. >> nina: i-i do. but -- especially if i'm pregnant, i want to get strong. i just want to stay here with you. >> silas: well, that's a nice thought, but... my shift starts in 20 minutes. >> nina: okay. all right. then don't make your patients wait. >> silas: would you like to shower first? >> nina: mnh-mnh. no. i just want to stay here and indulge in this feeling. [ sighs ] oh, no. [ shower running ] i want to hate you.
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i want to hate you. but that was incredible. >> sabrina: okay, felix, you are my best friend, and i am so happy to be back home with you. and i will always appreciate you, okay? >> felix: thank you. i appreciate you, too, more than you know. just do me a favor. >> sabrina: yeah, anything. >> felix: be careful looking into this rafe thing. the last thing i want is for you to get hurt again. >> britt: i'm sorry to drop the lulu bomb on you. i completely forgot that she was your cousin. >> lucas: yeah. lulu and maxie are both my cousins. i should be with my family. >> britt: well, if it helps, nathan and -- and dante are all over the investigation. >> lucas: but they don't know where lulu and maxie are? a lead, so youet, but last i have every reason to be hopeful. >> lucas: yeah, i got to go. >> brad: want me to come with? >> lucas: no, thank you, though.
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[ sighs ] >> brad: sorry it had to end this way. >> lucas: end? what are you talking about? it's just beginning. thank you. i'll call you later. >> brad: you better. [ door opens ] >> britt: i'd be nauseous if i wasn't so happy for you. he's hot. >> brad: i know. >> britt: and he's yours! >> brad: i know! [ both laugh ] hey. i'm sorry you couldn't seal the deal with nikolas. >> britt: [ sighs ] i was so close to having everything i wanted. we were -- we were this far away from having sex, and then debbie downer had to call him about lulu. >> brad: you think she knew? interrupt on purpose? >> britt: no, she didn't know then, but she definitely knowsn. now. >> brad: how? >> britt: i accidentally let it slip. [ laughs >> brad: [ laughs >> nikolas: so, what's this about britt? >> elizabeth: you didn't forget? >> nikolas: she told you that we almost had sex? >> elizabeth: does that really surprise you, nikolas? >> nikolas: i just don't know why she would say something like that. >> elizabeth: really? to get at me. come on, it's not a secret that
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the both of us have feelings for you. it's become this competition. pretty soon you're gonna start passing out roses. >> nikolas: orchids are more my style. sorry. >> elizabeth: she's winning, isn't she? unless she was exaggerating about the other night. >> nikolas: no, she wasn't. >> elizabeth: oh. so the two of you -- >> nikolas: yes. britt and i were on the verge of sleeping together when you called me about maxie and lulu. >> maxie: you're badmouthing my mom now? is there anything you won't lie about? because i thought that you liked her. >> levi: it's called acting, maxie. i put up with her nonsense to flush out the damn jewels! but if you want a master class, look to felicia.
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so sweet with that lilting voice of hers. meanwhile, she is a lying, cheating bitch! >> maxie: why are you saying those things? >> levi: do i have t your own mother to you? that faithless, untrustworthy -- >> lulu: sounds like you're describing yourself. >> maxie: my mom is none of those things.he makes >> levi: sure, she makes promises. but as soon as frisco jones comes along, nothing and no one else matters. >> anna: as far as felicia knew, peter harrell didn't have any children of his own when he disappeared. i have been trying to get more information out of the wsb, but for some reason, my former employers are absolutely not cooperating with me. i haven't even managed to get in touch with frisco. >> dante: is that strange to you? >> anna: very. >> dante: what is it? why are you being iced out? >> anna: i don't know. i mean, i'm having to go down other channels to try to get this information, but so far, no
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luck. peter harrell -- he remains a mystery. >> nathan: harrell could have gone anywhere from brazil, right? he could have gotten back into the u.s. he could have fathered a son that turned out to be a lying, greedy son of a bitch just like him. >> levi: you of all people should understand, maxie. your mother chose frisco jones over you. she abandoned you and your sister to go and chase after that bastard!: fine, my mom hasm >> maxie: fine, my mom has made some mistakes. but she's not with frisco anymore. she chose mac. >> levi: as if mac's the only guy she ever screwed over. >> maxie: okay, who are you talking about? >> levi: i'm done with this conversation. i'm done with you. >> lulu: oh, relax. you'll be put out of your misery soon enough. [ gasps ] my husband will find us, and when he does... [ laughs ] talk about screwed. >> maxie: assuming you survive, which is a huge assumption. my guess is you'll be spending most of your days in a prison yard. >> lulu: yeah, don't drop the soap, levi. >> levi: you have no idea what
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you're talking about. >> maxie: then enlighten us. explain to us how you're gonna turn this epic fail into something remotely resembling a plan. >> levi: screw this. the two of you are giving me a headache! [ door opens, slams ] >> lulu: [ sighs ] oh, my god. maxie, look.
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>> wait here. he'll just be a minute. [ door opens ] >> nikolas: liz... i didn't plan it. she needed a place to spend the night. brad was having company at his place, so i told her that she could use one of the -- one of the rooms at wyndemere. >> elizabeth: and when things led to another and... >> nikolas: yeah. >> elizabeth: yeah. yeah, you know what? we don't need to be discussing this right now, especially while your sister is missing. >> nikolas: elizabeth, please. please just let me -- >> elizabeth: really, i'm -- i'm fine. you made your choice, and so i'm -- >> nikolas: you think i chose her? >> elizabeth: well, did you?
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>> nikolas: no. i told her i still have feelings for you. >> britt: [ sighs ] >> nina: britt westbourne? >> britt: nina clay. >> nina: hello. >> britt: hi. i was wondering when we would run into each other. i-i'm your cousin. >> nina: we're cousins. right. right. very nice to meet you. >> britt: nice to meet you. so, our crazy mothers are sisters. >> nina: apparently they are.n,, you call him nathan -- we have nathan for a brother. >> britt: yeah, that is a-a huge plus. >> nina: yeah, he speaks very highly of you. >> britt: wow, even more proof he's a sweetheart. i would love to hear all the good things he has to say and -- and get to know you more, but ig have a patient waiting. >> nina: me. >> britt: excuse me? >> nina: i'm your next patient.
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>> britt: oh. okay, so you are. >> nina: yes. i thought since we were family, that i would ask you to be my doctor. and i'm hoping we'll understand each other.: okay. so, what can i do for you? >> nina: you could tell me if i'm pregnant. >> brad: no hard feelings? >> felix: it's all good, brad. i'm really happy for you and lucas. >> brad: so, can i kvell now? >> felix: knock yourself out. >> brad: oh, it was unbelievable, felix. like, every bad love song ever written. [ sighs ]n lucas until this morning when lucas found out about lulu. >> lulu: you got this. you can do this, maxie. ah! >> maxie: [ grunts ] >> lulu: yes! ooh! [ both sigh ] okay, now what? >> maxie: you know, there was this one summer mac insisted that georgie and i go to soccer camp. >> lulu: okay, maybe we can discuss that at a later time.
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>> maxie: mia hamm, goddess of . soccer, be with me. >> lulu: [ chuckles ] >> maxie: goal! [ whooping ] [ laughs ] >> nathan: it all fits, though. levi is harrell sr.'s son doing his father's bidding. >> dante: he would be the right age. >> anna: from what i understand about his disappearance, he would certainly have an axe to grind with felicia. >> nathan: exactly. it sounds like the guy would stop at nothing to get his hands on the jewels. >> dante: including kidnapping two innocent women. >> anna: okay. i'm gonna try and get in touch with frisco again, see if i can't blast my way through the logjam at the wsb. >> nathan: hey. you okay? >> dante: not really. i mean, we connected a few dots just now, but it doesn't really get us any closer to finding maxie and lulu. [ cellphone rings ] unknown. falconeri. >> lulu: dante. oh, my god, dante, it's me. >> lulu: dante. oh, my god, dante, it's me. >> dante: lulu.
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mayor rob ford admits he embarrassed the city council. then he did it all again. yes, he sang and danced to live reggae music in the council chambers, getting his groove on.
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the council's last session for the mayoral election end of october. he has got some moves. ford admitted in the past using crack cocaine while in office. and having a drinking problem. but there is a chance he could be re-elected. you know, that -- i don't even want to stop it. leave the video on. let it go. >> hold the phone, ms. hitt, he has moves. what's your standard for moves? >> moves that are entertaining to watch. we should do a whole half hour of rob ford dancing. think i would keep watching. >> the fact it isn't the first time. the rest of the city council -- >> look at the young woman on the left here. are you kidding me? are we supposed to get legislation passed here? >> oh, my goodness. >> disapproval rating, have to mention this. an election coming up. a lot of the media are hoping he gets re-elected. in june 63% of city residents wanted him to resign. now only half do. >> wait to see. tens of thousands of bikers headed to milwaukee for the 14th annual harley rumble. the iconic motorcycle made in
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milwaukee and harley davidson museum. vendors, rally, bike show. the harley rumble is billed as the biggest free motorcycle event in the midwest. >> very cool. very cool. >> would you ride a hog? >> never. i've never been on a motorcycle. i'm a little scared on that. i was in an accident as a kid. i am not too down on that. i never wanted to because of that reason. >> yeah, that can be. a tough thing to overcome. >> it its. it looks like fun. you are open out in the air. looks freeing. what about you? >> i grew up on dirt bikes and things like that in our backyard and then i shied away from that. but, yeah, i'm more of a vespa guy probably now. >> yeah, you're not loading up on the leather and hopping on the hog 1234 >> i mean, that's a different show. coming up in "insomniac theater," reviews from a spy thriller and dark comedy. two big movies this weekend. >> finding comfort at the
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which is why we played that song. why? because this high-tech sportswear can actually help you look sexy. >> yes, making its debut right now at one of the world's biggest sporting events. helps track your heart rate, calories burned, even your stress levels. abc's linzie janis takes a sneak peek. >> reporter: when it comes to fashion at this year's u.s. open, don't look at the players. check out the ball boys. their tight black tops may be the most technologically advanced t-shirts on the planet. >> introducing polo tech shirt designed to help you get a healthier, more informed life. >> reporter: capable of tracking your heart rate, calories burned and your breathing and stress levels. even coaching you through your workout. >> your breathing is shallow. breathe deeper. >> reporter: the polo tech shirt by ralph lauren packed with high-tech sensors embedded in the fabric. no need for wrist bands or clunky heart rate monitors. this is actually the only bit of hardware on the whole shirt.
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>> that's it. no other wires here. >> reporter: the little black box sending data straight to your smartphone. state-of-the-art. >> yeah. >> reporter: hard working ball boys like eric, test driving the prototype tees expected in stores next year. let's see how fast i can get eric's heart rate up. giving this guy a workout. all right. well done. how do you feel? >> i feel great. >> reporter: you're sweating. >> a lot. >> reporter: do you think you're going to be a lot more fit at the end of the tournament? >> i hope so. >> reporter: pole low and other sportswear and tech companies trying to cash in on a wearable technology craze that has hundreds of thousands of americans monitoring their activity on fitness wristbands. >> because it is not just small tech companies talking about this anymore. a giant apparel brand. >> reporter: but for all that tech it is the simple things that keep this ball boy happy. >> can i test and see if your shirt is still dry? >> yeah. >> and it is.
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>> reporter: linzie janis, abc, new york. >> she didn't get called into hr for that one? >> no. >> nice assignment, ms. janise. >> making a return. >> that was last year, actually. i'm in much better shape now. >> would you wear the tech t-shirt? >> if it makes me look like some of the guys. absolutely. i would wear 15 tech t-shirts. >> a little creepy on the voice. >> i don't know about the voice. voice would creep me out a little bit. >> you are breathing deeper. coming up -- the power of puppies. they don't help single moms. hi. hi. what happened to our house last year? it flooded. and the water flooded out.
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yeah. the red cross arranged the hotel for us. they gave me that break, that leverage, to be able to get it together and... take care of them, you know? i feel like we've come full circle. like that! this is how i'll do it. sarah: there you go. ♪ it's a question we've been asking, where our dogs are at. the benefits of having pets include lowering stress and even boosting energy if you didn't know. >> in places like hospitals they can really lift the spirits of
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patients. but they also may be providing enormous benefits to doctors and nurses as well. abc's ron claiborne has the story. >> reporter: for these workers in philadelphia, lunchtime is puppy time. instead of grabbing a sandwich or cup of coffee, they spend the time cuddling canines and caressing kittens. where is this? at the hospital of the university of pennsylvania. like any other big city medical center, a place where the tension, the drama, the intensity of life and death are the norm. >> health care is incredibly stressful. no matter what department you work in, intensive care, the emergency department to the newborn newsry, it's stressful. >> reporter: this e.r. nurse, heather matthew found she could unwind when she got home to her bulldog. that gave her an idea. why not help her stressed co-workers by bringing pets to them. where they work. so she recruited local spca to bring puppies and kittens to the hospital for the workers to play with. >> it's a great break in the
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middle of my day. >> reporter: it's called the pet-a-pooch program. the cats don't seem to mind. >> i have had people say to me i walked in here with the worst headache and i instantly feel better. they go out and provide better care to patients. >> reporter: some of the hospital workers end up adopting the pets, which is what veteran e.r. nurse joyce finnegan did. >> i have to get him. that's my dog. >> reporter: for most of the workers, a few minutes with a playful or sleepy pup is just the prescription. a little caring for those who care for us. ron claiborne, abc news, philadelphia. >> look at that. just a puppy. >> a face like that. how can you not reduce stress levels? 20 minutes of playing with a dog can reduce adrenaline, aldersterone, and increase your overall health and well being. >> awesome. also the health benefits as far as being fit, listen to this, study of,000 adults, pet owners who walked with their dogs had less rates of obesity were more
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physically active than those who did not. >> benefits. >> oh, look at you. the kitties. >> cats, oh. >> not a cat guy? >> not so much. >> run. >> "insomniac theater" coming up. >> not so much. >> run. >> "insomniac theater" coming up. hd 3 hd 3
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she loves to shop online with her debit card. and so does bill, an identity thief who stole mary's identity, took over her bank accounts, and stole her hard earned money. unfortunately, millions of americans just like you learn all it may take is a little misplaced information to wreak havoc on your life. this is identity theft, and no one helps stop it better than lifelock. lifelock has the most comprehensive identity theft protection available. if mary had lifelock's bank account alerts, she may have been notified in time to help stop the damage. lifelock's credit notification service is on the job 24/7. as soon as they detect a threat to your identity within their network, they will alert you helping protect you before damage can be done to your identity. lifelock has the most comprehensive identify theft protection available, helping guard your social security number, your money,
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your credit, even the equity in your home. my years as a prosecutor taught me that we all need to protect ourselves from crime, in today's world that includes identity theft. it's a serious problem. we all have to protect ourselves. [ male announcer ] while identity theft can't be completely stopped, no one works harder to help protect you than lifelock. you even get a $1 million service guarantee. that's security no one can beat. you have so much to protect and nothing to lose when you call lifelock right now and get 60 days of identity theft protection risk free. that's right. 60 days risk free! use promo code: notme. order now, and get this document shredder to help keep sensitive documents out of the wrong hands... a $29 value, free! don't wait until you become the next victim! call the number on your screen for 60 days of lifelock identity theft protection risk free and get a document shredder free. use promo code: notme.
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call the number on your screen now. ♪ >> time now for "insomniac theater." we are checking out two of the top movies opening at the box office this labor day weekend. >> we begin with a spy thriller, "the november man," based on a book series of the same name. starring pierce brosnan, ex-cia agent lured out of retirement for one last mission. but his former protege, who he schools in the world of international espionage ends up turning on him. take a look. >> agent falls in love with girl. agent runs amok. girl gets kidnapped. the other guys want to know the agent's source. what does he do? what do they do to the girl? huh? >> is there a point to this? >> yeah.
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>> well, to most critics, apparently there is no point. "the november man" is scoring only 36% on rotten tomatoes travis hossman is writing this. there is no excuse for how boring and incomprehensible how much of "the november man" is. another rough one. sadly the film rapidly devolves into an aarp version of a jason bourne like vendetta, only bloodier and less meaningful that coming from "the boston globe." >> ouch. >> not holding back. >> no. next we're going to a dark comedy caper based on the novel "the switch", starring jennifer aniston, who plays the wife of a corrupt real estate developer played by tim rob bin. kidnapped with a plan to extort her husband. but he decides he would rather not pay the ransom, which sets off a wild series of twists and turns with this ensemble cast. take a look. >> we don't know marshall. what he's got to lose, but is he the kind of guy who would stick his neck out for you?
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>> honestly, the guy, i don't -- i don't know. >> the masks there. seems to walk the line. dark comedies do. "life of crime" scoring 61% on rotten tomatoes. with critics saying it is funnier than it often lets on and also more dangerous than it can seem. so when comedy and violence do break, they all hit the -- harder, i should say. and also another one, i found "life of crime" pretty doggone funny but the humor is understated and undercut with notes of brutality and nihilism. apparently a very dark comedy, indeed. >> you put masks on anyone, it starts to freak me out. tough to laugh through that. >> i like seeing jennifer and pierce brosnan on the big screen. >> both are great. they take their lumps in stride. both look fantastic. that's the news for this half hour. >> remember to always stay tuned, >> announcer: more americans choose abc news to see the whole
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this morning on "world news now" -- escalating threat. this morning on "world news now" -- escalating threat. fighters,their hostages and how the white house is taking action. >> i don't want to put the cart before the horse. we don't have a strategy yet. >> the president's cautious language as he discusses strategy late into the night. comedy icon, joan rivers, in critical condition. the huge scare after a routine procedure in a clinic. >> if you don't do what you want to do, you are a fool. >> what happened? and the latest from her family this morning. and later, gourmet insects. yes, the restaurant trend that hopefully will not bug you on this try-day friday. you have to stay tuned for our own taste test on this friday, august 29th.
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>> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." good friday morning to you. i'm brandi hitt. >> i'm dan kloeffler. a lot to get to today. >> yes. are you ready? >> for the appetite, try-day friday tease? uh-huh. >> insects. a fun day. ever had insects before? >> not voluntarily. riding on the road open mouth, maybe. paying money for this one. get to that later on. >> stay tuned. first, friday morning, late night meeting of the president and top security advisers over the growing isis threat. >> the security council meeting follows the president's frank admission the u.s. does not have a strategy here to fight the islamic militants. here's abc's martha raddatz. >> reporter: just days after authorizing u.s. surveillance flights over syria to identify possible isis targets, the president is now taking a step back. >> first of all, i want to make sure everybody is clear on what we're doing now because it is limited.
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the options that i'm asking for from the joint chiefs focuses primarily on making sure that isil is not overrunning iraq. >> reporter: no talk of containing isis, as he said in the past, which would truly involve military action in syria. the primary focus now, said the president, is just protecting americans and infrastructure in iraq. with the surprising acknowledgement that as of now there are no concrete plans yet to take down isis in the region. >> the suggestion seems to have been that we're about to go full scale on an elaborate strategy for defeating isil. i don't want to put the cart before the horse. we don't have a strategy yet. >> reporter: it was back in january that we saw an astonishing increase in violence in iraq. fallujah had fallen and there were concerns that isis would sleep through the north, which
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is exactly what happened. mosul falling in june. iraqi army collapsing. isis is one of the world's richest terror groups, generating millions of dollars a month for more than 10,000 fighters. unlike traditional al qaeda, it it is a real army, fighting for territory not just terror. the president's cautious language could also be an attempt to signal congress that he will not launch air strikes in syria without consultations. martha raddatz, abc news, washington. >> during his news conference yesterday the president also addressed the growing crisis in ukraine. president obama placing the blame squarely on russia for the latest round of fighting between rebels and ukraine soldiers. ukraine has said russia invaded with tanks and troops at an emergency session, they expressed outrage. >> a threat to the order, international order, is a threat to all of our peace and security. >> in ukraine thousands of residents turned out last night
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for a relay in support of ukrainian unity and a gesture of defiance. the body of a missing new jersey teenager has been found in israel. he was last seen a week ago when he went hiking in a forest outside of jerusalem. there were fears he may have been kidnapped. it now appears he died accidentally. may be days before we learn the cause of death. closing arguments are set to get under way in the corruption trial of former virginia governor bob mcdonnell and his wife maureen. they're accused of accepting more than $165,000 in gifts, trips and loans, all from a businessman in exchange for promoting his dietary supplements company. leaving court on the last day of testimony, mcdonnell said he is ready for a verdict. >> i realize it may be too strong of words, but i have -- i'm 60 years old. i've done a lot of living. i've had an incredibly blessed life. >> the jury is expected to
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render a separate verdict for the mcdonnells and his wife. if they are convicted, they could face double digit years in prison and millions in fines. comedienne joan rivers resting comfortably in a new york hospital this morning. she went into cardiac arrest in a doctor's office. just wednesday night, the 81-year-old made an appearance at a new york event and appeared in good health. abc's linsey davis has the latest. >> joan, look this way! >> reporter: joan rivers, the emmy winning, tony nominated funny woman and fashion authority is in a new york hospital in critical condition after she stopped breathing during throat surgery. the legendary comedienne rushed there in an ambulance after going into cardiac arrest. no word on what the throat surgery was for. rivers' daughter melissa boarded a plane from l.a. rushing to her mother's side. >> what's going on? >> reporter: just last year rivers documented a health scare for her reality show "joan &
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melissa," revealing a persistent cough led doctors to find a spot on an x-ray. >> not going to be sad. we are going to do jokes and be up. >> reporter: eager to laugh through her pain, rivers is constantly in motion and at 81 showing no signs of slowing down just take a look at her upcoming schedule, 26 appearances between now and november 22nd, living up to her promise that she'll never retire. >> you never retire. never. never. i'll go anywhere, i'll get on any plane to do -- to do this. any part of, this the writing, directing, the acting, the stand-up. editing. i love editing. i just love the business. >> so this is it. >> reporter: she told our david muir that living life on stage is just what she does. >> i'm proud of nothing my darling, i am swimming upstream. look at me. i'm 75 years old. i don't know where it's gone. if you don't do what you want to do, you're a fool. >> reporter: a serious turn for
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the woman who made a name for herself by making us all laugh. >> somebody told me, every laugh is like a small vacation for someone. every time you laugh, you've given someone a small vacation. >> reporter: linsey davis, abc news, new york. topping our health headlines this friday morning, it's harder avoiding transfat than you might find. a study by the cdc found one in ten processed foods sold in the u.s. have some transfat in them. even the ones that claim they don't. well that's because the fda permits manufacturers to label products as zero transfat. this is if a serving size contains less than half a gram. but even a small amount can add to cholesterol problems. >> and you're talking about a serving size. that may be just a handful of cookies, a handful of cookies on chips. if you add let's say, you had three serving sizes, then you're adding more transfat than you might think. >> raises the whole larger issue maybe we should adjust what serving size means you. get the fun size bag of chips.
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nothing fun about being teased with seven chips in a bag. >> you want more. or just taking the label off the box. if it has more than the transfat, how can you say it has zero? still .4. take it off. >> it's there. okay. we are getting confirmation from apple new products are coming. the computer giant confirmed through formal invitations it's hosting another big event as it does every september. as it does every september, apple will not say exactly what it is going to announce. the smart money says new products are a smartwatch and a larger iphone 6. an iowa family is now complete, all thanks to facebook. libby and andy ortman had been trying to conceive a baby for six years. no luck. out of frustration, she posted on facebook that they were interested in adopting a baby. >> and a former coworker happened to put them in touch with her pregnant sister.
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calvin ortman born three weeks ago today. so cute. probably a matter of time until he has his own facebook page. oh, look at that yawn. just shows you the power of social media. a lot of people say they're done with some facebook and twitter accounts. they're over it. but, hey if you can have that little guy. >> and what a cute one right there. huge congratulations to them. we posted on facebook. didn't say we're looking to adopt. they just said, we want kids. wanted to avoid an adoption scam. [ baby sound effect ] >> nicely done. coming up on this friday, it's try-day friday. we're about to eat bugs. >> stay tuned. i want to see your reaction to that. take a look at this. first, a s.w.a.t. team seen on video bargeing into a video gamer's home. the frightening hoax. the all-out search for who is responsible here. you're watching "world news now." ♪ >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by
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the dangerous trend of s.w.a. s.w.a.t.'ing is on the rise. this is a potentially deadly prank. victims one minute relaxing the next they find their door kicked in confronted by a swat team. >> terrible waste of taxpayer dollars and police resources. this latest incident was streamed live on the internet. here's abc's clayton sandell. >> reporter: u.s. secret service agents joined the hunt for whoever triggered this. >> put your hands up! >> reporter: a police s.w.a.t. team burst into the office where jordan was playing a live video game with players watching. >> the caller stated he shot multiple people. >> reporter: police say the 911 call was a hoax. it's called s.w.a.t.'ing, made by someone using software to disguise their phone number, identity and location. triggering s.w.a.t. teams that swarm in on innocent people. some say they have even had mild heart attacks. first hollywood, bieber, seacrest, cyrus, all victims.
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s.w.a.t.'ing is spreading. seattle in june. >> i shot my dad with a licensed ar-15. >> reporter: a few days ago near orlando -- >> i shot my mom. >> reporter: matthewson says what happened is part of a trend. gamers getting s.w.a.t.'d by their opponent. >> could be any one of thousand of people watching. they really liked the anonymity of being online. and being able to get away with stuff. >> reporter: the fbi estimates there are roughly 400 s.w.a.t.'ing calls every year. >> it is a situation that is causing departments who are already strapped financially, to spend thousand of dollars each time they have one of these s.w.a.t. callouts. >> reporter: the consequences serious. a man recently convicted in a texas s.w.a.t.'ing case facing five years behind bars. investigators warning what starts as a prank could send you to prison. clayton sandell. abc news, denver. >> this is where california lawmakers have gotten it right. a lot of incidents in california with celebrities. passed a law that will take
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effect january 1. anyone convicted of s.w.a.t.'ing could be required to pay up to $10,000 and reimburse the officers for responding to that call. >> smart to be able to do that. the other thing, holding people accountable for the. the other thing its that right now the police department are no longer, ewing press releases when the s.w.a.t.'ing incidents happen. if in fact the public is to know about it they have to be a public record request to go out there. hopefully it will stop. it puts people's lives in danger. >> that kid didn't know what was going to happen next. what we have been waiting for, try-day friday. crickets chirping outside right now. not only the sound track to summer. could be eaten at dinner or midnight snack right now. get the buzz on this food trend and our own appetizing taste test. >> lovely. ahead in our next half hour, surprise ceremony. brad and angelina jolie's secret wedding and the family member who was apparently not inviting. that's in "the skinny" on "world news now."
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♪ brand new flavor time for new flava ♪ ♪ kicking to flava ♪ brand new flava in your head >> oh, that brand new flavor, yeah. we have a brand new flavor here on "world news now." we all know when it comes to midnight munchies, out there raiding the fridge. willing to switch it up here and there, right? >> yeah, what we're about to try is taking the idea to a whole new level. and our lifestyle editor tina trinh gives us a taste test on this try-day friday. >> reporter: looking for the next big trend in eating listen
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up. the sound of the biggest trend in dining right now. insect are worming their way into food all over the country. there is cricket bars. and even something called the grass whopper. this isn't "fear factor." ants, worms, and more used in restaurants all over the country. if you don't know what a chipalina is, one may creep on to your drink before you realize it is grasshopper. >> those are chicatanas. they come out once a year when the rainy season starts. we use in salt and sprinkle over guacamole and we make meals. the guisados we use on salads and a couple of dishes. those are cue rated in salt and we put it in there. >> reporter: i have never had one in a tequila or anything. i'm going to give it a try. they're really good. let me give it a shot. >> yeah. >> reporter: at the black ant
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restaurant in new york city, you can say insects on a bit of a theme. >> it has been really good for business. >> reporter: but it's not just a gimmick to get people in the door. >> we have some insects on our way table the insents in mexico is a really important part of the gastronomy. >> yes, there is a shock value. it is catching up with what is going on around the world. >> reporter: if you're looking for an insect -- >> this is the gateway bug. cheers. >> reporter: cheers. >> i think grass hoppers are maybe the chicken of the insect world. >> reporter: this is mostly one. this isn't a lot of it. this is worms. >> i give you an "a." >> reporter: it's likely these little critters are here to stay. >> insects can be more protein with an increasing population.
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a way to have food where we are running up against problems of not being able to provide for ourselves. >> reporter: genevieve shaw brown, abc news, new york. >> ready to dig in? >> what's this one we are looking at right here? guam mole? >> yes. black ant guacamole. >> i'm going to pull it, pull it. camera switch. here you go. >> you go first. i want your -- >> this has ants on top? >> this is ants. ants. >> those are ants, i should say. >> mm. it's good. >> is it? >> i mean, i guess. where are the ants? >> mixed in. >> anything with pork rind is great. it's fine. great source of protein. >> it does taste different. >> there's a crunch to it. that's not exactly the -- [ crickets chirping ] >> this is with grasshoppers, not crickets i should say. okay. they're grasshoppers, not crickets. >> there is kind of an
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time now for "the mix." a new song by a couple teenage ladies out there. they collaborated to make this tune. it's about being single. i guess it's pretty trying when you're 16 and single these days. >> rough life to be a teenager. gives you inspiration for some musical -- >> let's go ahead and listen to it. inspiration for musical. ♪ sitting home and watching tv i don't even know ♪ they're not even really know they're talented ♪ ♪ oh this is life when you're single ♪ ♪ oh >> they're really talented. a cute song. the words are interesting. i haven't shaved my legs since last october. i don't remember the last time i
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was kissed sober. so that's a little -- >> well, listen, i can relate to some of those. also in "the mix" this friday. gopro cameras are amazing. capture everything out there. this gentleman was outside. amateur photographer. put down the gopro to capture eagles snacking on salmon heads. the eagle swooped in, grabbed the gopro took it. imagine being in the talons of the eagle, soaring high with the gopro. >> great perspective. >> that's beautiful. off to the polka. >> what song are we doing? >> i'll sing it for you. i'll play it and you just recite it >> i need to know the tune. >> this is the song. ♪ politics and foreign wars all the weather all the scores ♪ ♪ that's the "world news now" poll ka ♪ >> tapes that roll way too square stuff you saw on koppel's show ♪
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this morning on "world news now" -- cracking down. the nfl gets strict after a notorious domestic abuse case involving a player apparently caught on camera. the punishments and the message from the league. military invasion. signs of a disturbing turning point in the russia/ukraine conflict. the growing violence and the likely goal behind russia's aggression. mystery solved. after 23 years, how lego blocks helped detectives make an arrest in a murder case. it sounds like a script from a hollywood drama. and bashing beige. the president wears a tan suit to a white house news conference. forget about hard core political criticism, the fashion police are now moving in. that's in "the skinny," this friday, august 29th. >> announcer: from abc news,
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this is "world news now." good morning. happy friday. i'm brandi hitt. >> i'm dan kloeffler. who would have thought that a beige suit would get so much attention? >> well, you know what's interesting, it's attention from the guys as well. i'm used to hearing women be critical of other women's clothing. but i have seen a lot of men saying, why is he wearing that? i diplomat even notice. he's wearing a tan suit. i was like, oh, he is wearing a tan suit. this is a big deal with guys. >> you want to know why? it is very difficult to pull off a tan suit. gentlemen, can we not agree. go in, try it on. looks good on the model. get out of the dressing room. put it back in. >> interesting. >> yeah. we'll be talking about that more. later on in this half hour. we do want to begin with a powerful message from professional football about domestic violence. >> the nfl commissioner now admitting he didn't get it right in a recent case involving a high-profile player. abc's clayton sandell has more. >> it's not right shouldn't be tolerated. >> reporter: nfl commissioner
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roger goodell agrees with ray rice, it was this video from tmz apparently showing the baltimore ravens star abusing his future wife that earned rice a two-game suspension. but after a public outcry, goodell has now sent a letter and memo to all 32 nfl team owners saying that he made a bad call. and laying down the league's harsh new rules against domestic violence. a six-game suspension without pay for the first offense. and a lifetime ban after the second. and it doesn't just apply to players, but to all nfl personnel, including owners. >> it's not just domestic violence. once you dig into this letter, you realize it's assault, it's violence. it's any kind of violence. >> reporter: a banished player will be allowed to petition for reinstatement after one year. the nfl players' association responded in a statement. if we believe that players' due process rights are infringed upon during the course of discipline, we will assert and defend our members' rights. >> it would be hard as a union to sit there and say we don't agree with this message.
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>> reporter: since january 2000, 77 nfl players have been involved in domestic violence incidents according to "usa today." ray rice begins his suspension saturday. he says he's already a changed man. >> moving forward i am being a better father, a better husband. >> reporter: perhaps leading the way but with a long way still to go. clayton sandell, abc news, denver. auto racing champ tony stewart returns to competition this weekend, his first race since the death of fellow driver kevin ward jr. stewart has missed three nascar events since his car struck and killed ward during a race in new york earlier this month. stewart has not been charged in ward's death. but the investigation is still ongoing. now the story everyone is talking about this morning. joan rivers is in the hospital after suffering a heart attack. she went into cardiac arrest after throat surgery. her daughter says the 81-year-old comedienne is now resting comfortably surrounded by family. rivers has said she will never retire. in fact, just the night before, she appeared at an event here in new york.
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turning to the growing isis threat in the middle east and how the president, islamic militant group, released another chilling bit of propaganda. captured syrian soldiers stripped to their underwear, forced to march in the desert before being executed. but this ruthlessness getting a surprising reaction from the white house just days after approving surveillance flights over syria. the president had this to say. >> the suggestion seems to have been that we're about to go full scale on an elaborate strategy for defeating isil. i don't want to put the cart before the horse. we don't have a strategy yet. after the mid-term -- >> the president saying there's no strategy against the group. cabinet secretaries said we'll be crushed. the president's comments, prompting immediate criticism from republicans and damage control from the white house. president obama is also condemning the latest violent push by russian-backed forces in
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ukraine. here's abc's hamish macdonald. >> reporter: plumes of smoke as shells rain down. ukraine leaders are clear this is a russian invasion. >> the russian military boots are on ukrainian ground. >> reporter: ukrainian forces lost control of a border town and nato says at least 1,000 russian soldiers are inside the country, fighting alongside and supporting pro-russian separatists. but the kremlin was in full denial mode. this satellite imagery, though, is hard to dispute. nato claims it shows russian artillery and troops moving inside ukraine. what's clear is that there is now a war in europe. it has escalated far beyond those fiery protests we witnessed on the streets of kiev earlier this year. what happens here is they light a molotov cocktail, throw it in the direction of the police and then scurry back for protection. >> reporter: those protesters
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wanted closer ties with europe, but vladimir putin never wanted any of that. and he is serious. russia already annexed crimea back in march. and if rebel forces push farther west, russia might secure a strategically important land corridor all the way to the black sea. the u.s. and allies had struggled to find a united voice to confront putin directly over ukraine. >> russia has to stop lying. the cost of inaction is unacceptable. >> reporter: amash mack hamish macdonald, abc news. lego blocks have helped solve a 23-year-old murder. after a tip from a death row inmate's wife, detectives compared dna samples and ran a check on fingerprints found on legos found at the scene. and they matched the suspect's then-5-year-old son. the man is serving time for murder in arizona. >> occasionally, we run into individuals who are evil. the individual that is being
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charged with this crime today can only be described as that. >> the sheriff says this should be a lesson to the families of other cold case victims. never, ever give up hope that the case will not be solved. >> what's interesting here, she never would have left the grandchild's toys on the floor, so that was like the first kind of red flag back then. it's like, why are these legos everywhere? >> apparently now that the nephew of the suspect was telling police he had heard the suspect arguing with his wife and that the wife had apparently said she was threatening to tell police he had murdered a woman in utah. it is fascinating though on something that is so small, seeming so inconsequential could piece all this together. >> you can't get away with anything these days when it comes to csi tech, video cameras. you are kind -- it's a nice turn of events in the future. >> amazing. turning to other news. a boston woman recovering this
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morning after a frightening fall onto the subway tracks. look at surveillance camera. shows a woman falling. stepping off the platform. two passengers end up coming over and rush to her safety. they lift her out. she ended up suffering an injury to her arm. it's still unclear whether her fall was deliberate or accidental. heavy rain in lubbock, texas, left one motorist stranded nearly under water. look at his car. it was swept up by fast-moving currents. a fire department crew had to a ladder truck and basket to pull him from the sinking car and get him to dry land. >> bit of relief there. hopefully relief for the forecast this weekend. here is a look at your weather. more rain in store for parts of the midwest from northeast oklahoma, iowa, wisconsin. also down through the coastal areas of texas, louisiana. most of florida, will be seeing rain unfortunately as well. >> a high of only about 70 in boston today. about 10 degrees warmer in new york. most of the south where it is not raining it's going to get into the 90s and much of the midwest will reach into the 80s
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today. with a high around 82 in gary, indiana. speaking of gary, that is the pop legend michael jackson's hometown. if you didn't know he would have been 56 years old today. gary is hosting a three-day festival of the arts in jackson's name. >> essentially what started as a block party has grown into a major event. thousands of fans from around the world descending on the king of pop's childhood home. the festival is a brain child of jackson's mother, katherine, who says it's not only about remembering her son, but encouraging emerging alterists. >> cute to see the little boy, 5 or 6, doing michael jackson moves. those kids weren't around when michael jackson was a huge hit. still has an influence. and the costumes. look at that. >> a lasting influence. ♪ don't stop till you get enough ♪ >> no, don't stop. i haven't got enough. >> cut his mike because he just can't pull it off. and i can't. >> i thought it was fabulous, darling. fabulous. coming up in "the skinny," how two of the most famous stars on the planet had their secret
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for the second time this week a passenger jet was forced to land because of a midair fight in the cabin. >> and once again the battle was over seat space with flight attendants actually caught in the middle here. this time air marshals broke it up. what's going on? abc's david kerley has more. >> reporter: this second air rage incident over reclining seats is now a federal case. the american airlines jet from miami to paris, a man fought with a passenger seated in front of him. he says because his legs hurt from diabetes. a flight attendant tried to calm the man who reportedly became even more irate and grabbed the attendant by the arm. that's when air marshals broke their cover, restrained the man from paris. the flight diverted to boston where the man was taken to the hospital. this just days after a man on a united flight used these knee defenders to keep the seat in front of him from reclining. the woman in front was not happy. threw a cup of water in his face leading to the flight being diverted.
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a month ago, a toronto s.w.a.t. team bursting onto a jet to take off an unruely passenger. what's going on? >> travelers today are more stressed than ever before. when you finally do get to your seat, there is less room than you have had in the past. >> reporter: last night's case somewhat unique because federal air marshals jumped in. expert marksmen work under cover as i learned at their training center, wearing protective gear for simulated attack, their job is to take out a terroristic threat. but when it comes to an unruely passenger rather than a terrorist, the marshals on board have to make the call. >> we are tasked with protecting the flight deck, flight crew, passengers and then ourselves. >> reporter: as planes have become more packed, flight attendants have seen the number of incidents involving unruly passengers increase. and airlines have plans to pack even more of us into their jet liners. david kerley, abc news, reagan washington airport. >> good point there.
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used to be a few seats open here and there for a little more room. now everyone is jammed together more. little leg room. nickeled and dimed with fees. i think people are irritable now when they get on the plane. >> this is why they serve booze on flights. seriously. i mean, not that it's any better when you have to spend $8 for something, but the interesting thing about this is there's about 30,000 commercial flights over the u.s. every day. there is only a small percentage armed with air marshals. >> lucky that they had two on when they did that time. >> yeah, yeah. the other fascinating thing is which flights have air marshals on them is determined by a computer program. based on the threat against the flight, based on the amount of fuel on board. there is an algorithm going into this, not randomly like, hey. >> you go on this. >> i want to go to phoenix, so -- >> maybe pick the flight that has the least leg room. you know something is going to go down. >> airlines, if you are listening, that's the answer, just give us more leg room. >> free cocktails.
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>> more leg room, free cocktails. love it. coming, the latest secret wedding that's been in the years in the making here. who was actually at the wedding and who was apparently not invited. and who's the latest hotty to join instagram. that's all next in
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♪ skinny so skinny ♪ in "the skinny" this morning, melissa rivers says shements to thank everyone for the overwhelming love and support for her mother. >> many fellow comedians and celebrities are tweeting word of support for joan rivers. charlie sheen refers to her as a genius and compassion. kathy griffin says she still owes joan a dinner. billy eichner is looking forward to hearing joan rivers' jokes about her own heart attack. you know those are coming when she recovers. our best to her. >> absolutely. also, congratulations in order to newlywe hads brad pitt and angelina jolie, they did it. the long time couple married over the weekend at their chateau in france. a family affair as well -- angelina jolie walked the aisle with maddox and pax, and shilo and knox, served as ring bearers. >> now, reportedly not included in the happy event, jolie's dad, john voigt. but the actor tells a british newspaper he will be celebrating shortly.
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apparently listed on bed, bath & beyond, someone registered for the magic bullet. the reason he wasn't invited. >> oh. always thought they were married. just didn't tell anybody. >> it's nice to go through the routine, the formality of it all. president obama landing in the spot in "the skinny" today, something you don't often hear. but, this is why. >> this is why. delivering a solemn statement about syria, the twitterverse could focus on that, his tan suit. twitter exploded with some people saying it was tan-tastic. people making jokes, audacity of taupe. a spin on the title of his second book. >> one twitter user compared him to a used car salesman. another hipt hinting at the years of fashion abuse female politicians have endured. a former secretary of state. >> another user a big fan. showing off this pic. saying obama's summer suit game is tight. he didn't look bad.
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fashion world also buzzing about the latest icon to join instagram. it is barbie. >> barbie's world. barbie needed help from mattel and ken. who allegedly took some of the photos. you can see her wearing designer duds, hanging out on the streets, sitting around on magazine soon shooting. >> look at the lighting, too. and the poses. turns out barbie's feed is full of clever caption, too. i'm an american girl that loves american style. or love this bag. every girl need a great cross-body. really? the doll will be in new york for fashion week as well and traveling to london, milan and paris. >> all right. there it is. time now for celebrity birthdays. let's look at who is celebrating today. >> starting with senator john mccain, he's 78. lifestyles of the rich and famous robin leech turning 78. >> leah mitchell turning 78. >> and courtney stodden turning 20 years old, with that hairdo as well. wow. happy birthday to you all. coming up, lots of news on
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this final week of august. our "rewind" is coming up next. ♪ ♪
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♪ so good so right ♪ this is our life >> yes, it is time to "rewind," even though we are glad it's frishgs it's easy to forget all the news made this week. >> so, let's take a look back at the stories that made this a week to remember in our "friday rewind." >> i felt the earthquake. i looked out of my front window and the fire just exploded. just in a matter of a couple of minutes. it erupted. it was frightening, terrifying.
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>> probably the most severe earthquake that's happened to the napa wine industry maybe in decades. >> can you please, please, take a day of silence so i can -- so we can lay our son to rest? please. that's all i ask. >> let us not lose sight of the fact that this young man should be doing his second week in college. >> i want what every mother wants, to live to see her children's children. >> this is a serious threat from a serious group of terrorists. and we need to stay mindful of doing what we need to do to protect american citizens at home and abroad. >> this is incredible. seeing a truck cart away ten bodies of people who died from ebola. i can't imagine what someone is thinking who has arrived there for treatment. you know, it's the gates of hell. >> my name is jesse. and i am accepting this award on behalf of the 1.6 million runaways and homeless youth in
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the united states who are starving, lost and scared for their lives right now. i know this because i am one of these people. >> it's over! chicago wins the united states championship! >> i don't like losing. it's just -- it's like a girl dumping you. >> that is an inspirational end. way to end the week going into labor day. >> yes, absolutely great end of the summer. >> mo'ne davis, the 9-mile-an-hour pitch. if there is anything to shoot for, that's it right there. a good week that was. don't miss the updates on facebook, at >> coming up, more news from abc right here. re. >> announcer: this is abc's "world news now," informing insomniacs for two decades.
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making news in america this morning, president's confession. a lack of strategy about the isis threat getting a lot of criticism this morning as the terror group releases a disturbing new propaganda video. the details in a live report. medical emergency. joan rivers hospitalized after suffering a health scare. what we've learned about her condition overnight and new reaction from the comedian's family. breaking now, explosive ash in the sky and lava escaping from the earth. the two volcanoes being watched very closely this morning. and star instructor. move over, jane fonda. johnny football trades in the helmet and pads for a headband and tights. ♪ >> now do this. now do this.


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