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>> it's kind of a bummer when you have to miss out on family vacations. you got that little thing called finals. daniel was a few days into taking finals when his family decided we got to go. >> they didn't get the hint. >> so he decided to roll up on them. >> this is risky surprise. everyone could be like, oh! >> it is his birthday. nobody knows i'm coming to the bahamas. but my mom and ryan. >> sow gets on a plane and lands in the beautiful bahamas where all of the family is hanging out. >> he left finals anyway. i'm going to the bahamas. >> surprise number one is a bonus. he creeps into the hotel lobby. >> what's up? >> surprise number two is just around the corner. so here we have the family hanging out pool side. >> whoa! >> yeah, dad. he is like all right.
my boy is here. now we can get this party started. >> all right. here we go. i'm back to surprise chelsea. >> we have a photo bomber. >> that's great. what a great way to pull this off! >> he positioned himself perfectly. they didn't even notice him until -- oh, my god. >> i love it. they're so excited to see him. it's party time. >> why didn't we get invited? let's check on things. >> they had a good time. they're hopping off cliffs, jet surfing. as we know, all great vacations come to an end. >> we're going back to graduate tomorrow morning at 11:00 a.m. >> wait a minute! how long was he down here for the trip? >> it doesn't matter. he made the birthday shenanigans happen. >> you might see flights on your credit card, dad. >> just maybe. you might sneak around all you want but that doesn't mean nobody is watching. in fact, this video is a police in england keeping a very close
eye on these people. right there on the dash. suddenly, a weapon appears. and that's when police knew they had all they needed to move in on these guys. but it gets even better when they see this guy on the bike. it wasn't in his waist band. and as they appear to be walking away from the scene this happens. and just like that, they get one of their guys. you see, he actually has a combat knife in his possession. this ended up arresting three men very young. they were 19 and 20. while this incident happened last year, they were just sentenced to between five and six years each. now this next takedown happened in australia. we're following police vehicles that are chasing that car right there. you notice what happened just now? >> he lost a tire or a wheel? >> a hubcap just came off of one wheel. just seconds later, the other one comes off. and when the car gets back on the road, you start losing the
tires. >> you need those. >> these vehicles pin that car. they bring it to a stop. the police officers take the people that were in the car down. but did you see one of them try to run off. well, it's an easy job for a police dog. all they have to do is sniff you out. they find their man. i should say, their kid. because everyone in that vehicle was about 14 or 15 years old. all five of these teenagers were arrested. hopefully they learned their lesson. the idea of retiring early sounds wonderful. but how far are you willing to go to make that happen? i'd hike you to meet an extremely frugal couple called stephanie and christian. they decided to set their sights on early retirement. so they began living a very frugal life. and at this point, retirement is this close. >> so now at this point we're
probably about two to three years away from having enough investments that we don't need to work anymore. >> them at 3 years old and in retirement, that sounds pretty awesome to me. and probably to a lot of people out there. but their lifestyle is pretty extreme. >> we rented very cheap apartment. we don't have a car. >> they basically cut out the big expenses in their life. it's not like they don't have any fun. they actually save money for travel. >> we take two big, like, international vacations a year. one in the summer and one in the winter. >> they nail down the priorities. >> it's hard. but it also puts in speshgtire where their money is going. they have modest salaries to begin with. >> usually our combined income is around $80,000 a year. sbend about $9500 on travel. but $9500 on housing and $2500 on food. >> making all the concessions now. basically this is what they want
to do when they retire. >> we would like to do things like travel. we talked about maybe moving to an island and building a cabin and sort of doing baa bit of a home show thing. >> it's how people are looking at how you live your life. 50 years ago, get that job. 40 years retired and then you'll have the 401-k and this, that and the other. people are having to think outside the box. >> it will be a proven lifestyle. >> now we all have whacky ideas. but one man realizes them. >> okay. so i think we should make ourselves some sort of mounted hydraulic crushy thing. >> translate? >> basically, he's going to create the jaws of life but one that he can wear on his arm. to do that, we need cads. cardboard aided design. he cuts out cardboard and glues it together. there you go, we're done.
no, we're not done. so he cuts the metal version out. he's attacking and some welding. add the hydraulics. then we get a bit of a test. >> dang! >> it's pretty ligit. >> he has identified an issue. but this is why we have tests. >> this first test would have crushed my arm. >> there wasn't enough stability to have it hold the shape once it started crushing. he can do more cutting and reinforcing here. we now have a chopping machine. there you go. chopping its way through some wood. >> you have your firewood right there. >> right? >> but we do have another issue. >> i'm connected to the hydraulic system under my benc new here. >> can you put that in a backpack? >> what i think we should do, is a backpack. >> my girl. >> all right. sow pulls apart this hydraulic
system. he starts arrange things he feels is going to work. and sort of 3-d prints the important part to keep it all together. he fills it up with liquid. >> sweet. >> looks like it's going to work. which means we now have a hydraulic backpack attached to his arm mounted to -- >> man, instead of edward scissor hands, he's like gary garden shoes. that's so cool. >> crunches through wood. it actually eats trees. now it does chomp through this wood. when it comes to medal, it squishes it. it doesn't cut it. he is going to make it stronger and sharper and 2.0. it's going to be chomping through metal as well. >> some guys go golfing but the person who scores the worst on a hole has to wear this diaper. >> so see how it's a big hit. >> most of the retired golfers are wearing these anyway. and it's a dream journey.
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closed captioning provided by -- icyhot. icy to dull, hot to relax. rise from pain. icyhot. imagine if you're a painter and you're invited to go across the antarctica peninsula. >> i dreamt about that daily. >> that dream happened for nick. you get to see all that he saw in 360 view. nick was commissioned to go aboard this military ship where he could just observe the outside world and paint the antarctic in all the dramatic landscape. so with the help of pts motion
snap, they provided him with specialist equipment and technical knowledge so he could get on the ship, go on this journey and just paint the waters. you can see where he is staying. he said they gave him a really nice cabin. a lot of times it's wet, it's rainy. it's not conducive for him to be outside to paint. so he paints in his room. but you can see what he is working with. he said it's so cold that sometimes he has to start painting, hang stuff up to dry and then work on something else. he has to wait for it to dry. >> he is doing polar bear in a snowstorm? all white? >> he didn't see any polar bears but every day he saw whales, seals, and these penguins. they visited 15 different sites. so he got to see lots of different things. >> what a cool job. >> that must be a dream trip for him. >> this is what you go for when you go to the antarctic. he was on a military ship, he was able to go place that's normally most people can't>> g
audiences in australia. she is 30 feet high and uses only her neck to support her weight. the crowd is on hooks when suddenly -- >> oh, my goodness. >> that sound is bone chilling. she falls 30 feet and chutely thumps into the wood enfloor of this circus in front of this packed school holiday audience. can you hear the screams of people. and quickly they start to realize, that wasn't part of the show. she was, of course, taken to hospital where you would be absolutely amazed to hear actually she suffered a broken risk and two discloektlocated e. fwhaut is what saved her. >> what caused her to fall? >> she has done this hundreds of times. she just seems to slip. it's terrifying but she is all smiles. expected to recover fully and be back in a few weeks to be able to start.
the only one thing she wanted after surgery is tomato soup. >> incredible. i can't believe she walk away with minor injuries. >> now never rule out russia when it comes to things you never seen before. for example this video from traffic -- that would be a tiger. >> that's heartbreaking. >> then it gets heart stopping. this is where the tiger manages to actually get away. he is trailing. you see right there. now just wandering down the street. the same way he stuck the dog, the leash is dragging behind. he puts his foot down and stops it. this particular tiger is actually a circus animal. and those guys in the car are with the circus. the reports say they have been reprimanded, go figure. you have a tiger running around the streets. >> whoa! men. they're finding some opportunity to just get the norm. >> you can also fist pump my best friend from high school.
because on this day, he is switching the game of golf up a little bit. >> the person who scores the worst on a hole has to wear this diaper for the next hole. >> our first loser is matt's younger brother peter. >> all right. so he complies. >> over the pants. piece of cake. >> and there is also a video of him taking a swing. >> hey, maybe it's going to help the swing. >> imagine. that the lucky diaper forrest of the round. >> you might be on to something. because apparently in the next round, their buddy didn't fair so well. >> humiliation is a powerful motivator. >> and, of course, matt who came up with the idea apparently also didn't do so well which i'm embarrassed by matt. you're supposed to be a professional golfer. >> see, most the retired golfers are wearing these anyway. >> the next video, i must say, even i was shocked by. but that is not a golf ball. that is a piece of chicken.
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course, the fire fan. >> first two guys to crash are out. thank you. you're done. second out, corey. thanks for playing. tyler is still flying. and watch how he puts a cherry on top of the victory here in round one. >> yeah! i was afraid that was going to hurt. >> we have three guys on tround two. here's what they have to do. they have to successfully fly towards this battery of paint balls while trying to read off the code on the and radio that in before getting shot down. >> wow. >> you're out. and cody got six of the eight code numbers. now it's up to kobe. he goes straight for it. and he gets the entire code. okg et for ma w lately. finally, it's tyler's turn. he gets all the numbers. it's down to the finale.
tyler and kobe. last round, paratroopers. could this be wayne fa win for ? >> the win is great. >> oh, man. >> tyler comes in second. and this is a huge victory for kobe. only his second win ever. >> thank you! >> he is putting his foot down. >> because some of y'all got a lick of sense. >> the viral video that got him fed up next. >> why?
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how dare you put your musty stinking feet on a public tv screen? >> this video has gone absolutely crazy viral. it's nasty! >> now you have another passenger who got to sit in there and they like, man, my hands smell butt. >> before we go totally off the rails here -- was the person -- zb do they have arms? >> is that only way of swiping? >> are they able-bodied? >> is it so hard to reach. if you do this in public, what do you do at home? >> and then i'm going to try really hard to find different angle to look at this video. >> what angle, sis? >> maybe the feet are perfectly
clean? maybe more clean than the hands? >> i agree with you, christian. you're on a plane. yoo you are you're in public. conduct yourself with respect and dignity. >> common courtesy. >> right. >> you get on my nervous system. >> thanks for joining us. we'll see you next time on a brand new "rtm." >> our returning contestant, miles mcmahon, is a children's drama teacher from kansas city, missouri. he's got $7,000 in the bank and all three lifelines. so let's play "who wants to be a millionaire." [dramatic music] ♪ hey, everybody, welcome to "millionaire." are you ready to go today? [cheers and applause] i know this guy is. miles mcmahon returning from kansas city. returning contestant. $7,000 in the bank before we had to stop yesterday.
so our starting point today is getting to that halfway point to a million dollars, $10,000. good place to start. >> yeah. >> all three lifelines on the board. you feel good coming back into today? >> i am ready to go. >> all right, then let's do it. let's play "who wants to be a millionaire." [dramatic musical flourish] ♪ all right, as i said, starting with $10,000. here's the question. keeping on the move and one step ahead of his enemies, what former leader of the plo reportedly never spent two nights in the same place? >> got it. i think i've actually heard of this. >> kay. >> read of this before. so keeping on the move and one step ahead of his enemies,erf e reportedly never spent two nights in the same place? hmm... i am heavily leaning towards
that it is b, yasser arafat. menachem begin, no. hamid karzai, no. he's afghanistan. begin i do believe was egypt. gamal abdel nasser. that one i'm not as sure, so, you know what? i--to be safe, i'm gonna use my "50/50," final. >> okay. okay. let's take two incorrect answers away. >> got it. >> all right, b and c. >> well, now i'm feeling better. >> okay. >> so... i'm gonna go with b, yasser arafat. final answer. >> you knew it all along. you had it. you got it right. yasser arafat gets you to $10,000. halfway home. >> [laughs] >> 7 down, 7 to go. and now a chance to double your money. $20,000 is what this is worth. [dramatic musical flourish] ♪ which of the following accurately describes cattle
that are "polled"?mouthing] "polled." >> [exhales] now, being from kansas city, where it's cow town... >> right. >> i should know this better than i'm feeling it right now. let's see, they--polled cattle. they have no horns, branded... branded to be polled. if it's like you're polling in, like, an election, you're... uh, counting some sort of thing. that makes me sound like it's gonna go branded for being polled. but i got a feeling there could be people in the audience who are adept at agriculture. >> okay. >> so i'm going to final. >> all right, guys, need some help here. if you would, pick up those keypads. enter your votes now. [percussive music]
♪ all right, votes in. let's take a look at the results. 71%... >> 71% went branded. >> said b, they're branded. >> got it. for "polled" being branded. i'm gonna trust the audience on this one. i'm gonna go b, final answer. >> i don't think i've ever seen 71% be wrong. but they are. >> oh! >> they have no horns. >> man, oh man! >> they have no horns. >> gotcha. >> didn't see that coming. >> did not. >> neither did the audience. $5,000 is what you're walking out of here with. it was a pleasure to meet you. [cheers and applause] [dramatic music] ♪ tripped up b