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>> welcome to the "the mazda postgame show." rich: the broncos hahned the patriots their first loss of the season on the last play of the game sunday night. the monday game ended with no time left on the clock with the ravens running a blocked field goal back for a touchdown and tonight's game ended with no time left on the clock with a rodgers-to-rodgers hail mary pass to keep the packers' season moving in an upward direction and essentially ending the lions' season on the spot in front of a shocked homegrown. rih eisen along with marshall faulk, steve mariucci and michael irvin. that means the last three games in the national football league have edged in walk-off fashion, the last two with no time left on the clock. what in the world did we just see in marshall: just a gritty
the first half i thought he was beaten, bruised. took a lot of hits, sacks. the offense was in disarray. it looked like they had no answers but in the second have -- half, just a different football team and i'm going to say they were cared -- carried about the resiliency of their defense making plays, getting stops and he willed this team, this offensive team, to a victory what a throw. what a throw. steve: it comes down to a 70-yard throw to a hail mary. what a great catch to the other rodgers from cal. his dad made the play when the band was on the field. motown. unbelievable finish and detroit fans are beside themselves right now. michael: i could not believe away. you say what you want. that first half, green bay
defeated. after the play you watched aaron rodgers walk away like it was a wrap, and to come back and make those plays and win that game in the end. you hope this can be what can propel them the rest of the year. marshall, you mentioned it. marshall: we talk about quarterbacks or players taking the team and putting them on their backs. in the second half, aaron rodgers put this team literally -- steve: especially, a lineman, two starters out before the game and linsley and bakhtiari out. are you kidding me? michael: the broken play saved the season. rich: as you saw, richard rodgers is heading to the seat -- set in a matter of moment but right now we head to the booth. but you never know in that state with hardly any time left on the clock.
if you will, of that same kind of unbelievable finish at michigan-michigan state. there are some packer fans who refuse to leave. they're still celebrating and we're still trying to digest everything that happened here. you think about the packers. they've had all these close games that had lost, including to detroit the first time. against carolina they tried to rally and came up short. less than 30 seconds to go, no time-outs. they get the second chance on the penalty, they get the heave and the miracle and motown and aaron rodgers and this team, you just know -- now they have 10 days before their next game. battered and bruised offensive line, a lot of these guys should be back. the bulagas, they probably are going to be back. phil: that's the big thing. we came into the game, mike mccarthy told us they are tired and beat up.
against aaron rodgers, in certain situations, desperate situations, he's tough. i'm not disagreeing, michael, but that wasn't a broken play at the end. that was the only way they were going to win. he need -- knew he needed to scramble, buy time and get the running start to throw it to the end zone. how many guys in the league could make that play, get in that position and still make that throw? we can count them on one hand, i guarantee you that jim: there was the facemask call and they were trying to keep the ball alive. richard rogers at one point threw it back to aaron rodgers so it was rodgers to rodgers the other way that led to the facemask and back to the conventional way of aaron to richard for the win. there are the final stats. time leading -- actually green
the clock at the end. phil: think of how this changes everything. the minnesota vikings, how upset are they? the big thing is staying in place to win the division. now this keeps them one game behind minnesota. jim: we'll see minnesota at arizona next thursday night, only only nfl network and that should be a great game. they're currently two and three in the n.f.c. playoff picture. there's a big difference. when you're the two, you get the bye and the pass all the way to the divisional round. that could have a lot to do with that in the end. but i have a feeling after tonight green bay is going to have something to say about that too. coming up next on cbs, your local news except on the west coast and don't miss "the late show" with stephen colbert followed by "the late late show" with james corden tonight, only cbs. for more football, "the mazda postgame show" continues on nfl
for phil, tracy, mike and all the crew, jim nantz saying so long from detroit. a finish you'll never forget, the packers take it here on a hail mary. thanks for watching "the mazda postgame show." phil! oh no... (under his breath) hey man! hey peter. (unenthusiastic) oh... ha ha ha! joanne? is that you? it's me... you don't look a day over 70. am i right?
the national football league. right now at 10.....(police chase)a police chase through sioux city ends with a crash... and the driver on the run.(car crash)a car plows into a garage at hinton.(new development)ho-chunk incorporated will spend more than a hundred million dollars on four new development projects in the metro area. (viaduct plans)it looks like a plan to keep trains from backing up traffic is "on track."(terrorism link?) and... are yesterday's california killers linked to terrorism? our national correspondent investigates. 3 3 tonight sioux city police are on the hunt city police are tonight sioux tonight sioux city police are on
the hunt for the person who led them on a chase.a chase that ended with that car crashing into a pole. 3 3 that crash happened at 16th and ingleside... with the driver fleeing into the neighborhood. it all began about five this afternoon when police spotted a stolen, white, ford escape near west 4th and prescott.police chased
until it crashed. 3 "the safety of the public is always first and foremost. when we pursure vehicles, and when people start endangering the public safety, we got to take that into consideration as far as how long we are going to pursue that vehicle."the suspect was last seen in an alley between 16th and 17th. authorities think they know the suspect's name... and they say he may have been involved in a theft at the a-t-and-t store on 29th and hamilton this past weekend. 3 a buena vista county woman is facing criminal charges tonight... after police say she drove while drunk from alta to storm lake... with her *kids* in the car.22-
year- old shanice banks was arrested last night in storm lake after police were called to her husband's office. banks reportedly drove to the office and assaulted her husband after an argument.further investigation found that she was drunk during the drive from alta to storm lake... and her 1 and 3- year- old kids were in the car.she's charged with child endangerment, o- w- i,
conduct, criminal trespass and public intoxication. she's being held in the buena vista county jail on 2- thousand dollars bond. 3 3 meanwhile a hinton woman is in the hospital after driving her car into her garage.the plymouth county sheriff's office says 32- year- old emily beschorner became disoriented as she approached her driveway last night... accelerating and running her vehicle *through* the northeast corner of her garage. that caused the east wall of the garage to detach. beschorner was taken to unitypoint health st. luke's in sioux city for treatment. the combine damage to the car, house and garage is estimated at 18 thousand dollars. 3 .ho-chunk incorporated... the ecnomic development arm of the winnebago tribe... is making a massive investment in the metro areaas our kayla novak reports... ho-chunk is forming a new subsidiary... "ho chunk capital"... which will spend more than 100 million dollars on four major projects. 3 (nats of crowd)hundreds of people gathered at the ho-chunk center in downtown sioux city to hear the announcement from chief
johnson and ceo lance morgan. they're investing 107 million dollars in four different projects.virginia square in the downtown's old warehouse district will offer cones.. apartments.. and space for offices and retail business. cost? 24 million dollars. flatwater crossing is a master planned community located along the missouri river in south sioux city. it'll have a network of trails...public plazas... and river views. and it will include a mix of apartments... townhomes...si ngle family homes. work on this 75 million dollars development will begin next year.two historic buildings in the 600 block of pearl street in downtown sioux city will be renovated into retail space and apartments at a cost of more than a million dollars. and... a high end apartment complex called 303 dakota in dakota dunes will have 47
fitness center... and garages. work on this 7 and a half million dollar project will begin this spring."its going to benefit the whole tri-state area, so.. we are all working together..south sioux, sioux city, and north sioux.. you know we have a jewel right here in our area and part of that jewel is we are a tri state area. and having people that .. appreciate what we have and want to work with us. so we are just excited to have ho-chunk on board." the flatwater crossing in south sioux city may also become the home of a chain restaurant. but so far they're not sure who it will be. kayla novak. siouxland news. 3 3 trains blocking traffic is one the biggest hassles for drivers in sioux city. but now a plan to ease some of that congestion is taking another step foward. 3 the city wants to build a viaduct from floyd boulevard that would stretch over the canadian national railroad tracks at 18th street.next thursday a public meeting will be held at 6:00pm in council chambers to go over the preliminary plans. construction could begin in
funding. it would take about a year and a half to finish the project. 3 one of sioux city's biggest hospitals is joining governor branstad's planned privatization of medicaid.the governor's office says unitypoint health, the parent company of st. luke's hospital in sioux city, 3 has come to an agreement with the managed care organizations 3 that will administer medicaid in iowa starting january 1st.unitypoint health joins the university of iowa hospitals and clinics and genesis health systems in making those agreements.the governor's office says that three companies represent more than 33- hundred medicaid providers. 3 3
temperatures into the lower 40s. mild weather will stick around for the weekend into early next week. look for mostly cloudy skies on saturday, then plenty of sunshine should be in play through the early part of next week. enjoy some very mild weather.>> 3 3 a siouxland holiday tradition is now open in its new home.santa's house has moved to the howard johnson hotel atrium downtown.on tuesday and thursday evenings, and saturday and sunday afternoons until december 22nd kids can visit santa, create free holiday crafts, eat treats from mrs. claus' kitchen and shop santa's gift shop.all the money raised from santa's house goes to the children's miracle network.over the past
raised more than 245- thousand dollars for kids in siouxland. 3 3 some sioux city firefighters traded in their fire helmets for waiter's aprons this afternoon.members of local union 7 served up lunches at texas roadhouse today to raise money for the muscular dystrophy association.the only cost for a meal between 11 and 1 was a free will donation to the m- d- a.today's event raised 31-hundred dollars. sioux city fire rescue holds several fundraising events for the m- d- a each year. 3 3 yesterday's mass shooting in california has security at the minds. 3 still to come tonight... we'll look into whether police here in *siouxland* are ready should the worst happen *here*. 3 "siouxland news at ten on kmeg 14 with larry wentz, diana castillo, siouxland's chief meteorologist chad sandwell and sports director chris
siouxland news at ten... 3 we've got the latest on the investigation into yesterday's mass shooting in california... and why some security experts are already calling it an act of terror. 3 there are 2 distinct types of people; folks who use cars as appliances and people who love cars. for that second group, here are some great gifts you can consider for them. for instance; an emergency travel kit is always a great idea to keep stashed in the trunk...you just never know! lots of "car people" have an enthusiast car they store for a while or even the entire winter; buy them a battery charger! one maintenance item i've never liked doing is polishing headlights. but, there are now several brands offering headlight films that protect from both ultraviolet fading and cracks from flying debris. the last thing on my short list...is actually on my short list: a dash cam. face it, we see some crazy things outside our cars; for just a few bucks, you can capture that excitement for everyone to see! need to pick up a gift for your car person? just visit one of our trusted car care pros here in town.auto matters brought to you by
3 "there was obviously a mission here. nobody just gets upset at a party, goes home and puts together that elaberate plan. why would he do something like this? we know he did go to pakistine at one point. it is possible that this was terrorist related. i am convinced that was a terrorist attack. i want people to feel safe. we are at a time of war....one guy down, one guy, hold your fire. we have one down outside the car, one down inside the car." 3 the fbi has taken the lead in the investigation into the california shooting that left 14 people dead yesterday, and 21 injured. 3 as paul vercammen reports... we are learning more about the male shooter, syed farook, and whether radicalized beliefs
3 the f-b-i and other law enforcement officials are piecing together a profile of syed farook -- including who he'd been in touch with, where he'd traveled, and what may have prompted his actions. (david bowdich, fbi assistant director, los angeles office) "if you look at the amount of obvious pre-planning that went in, the amount of armaments that he had, the weapons and the ammunition, there was obviously a mission here, we know that. we do not why." farook was a 28-year-old u.s. citizen, with no criminal record, and an employee of the county health department.he abruptly left a workplace holiday gathering wednesday -- reportedly angry -- and came back with his 27-year-old wife, tashfeen malik and started shooting. the couple was later killed in a shootout. 12 pipe bombs and their home.(chief jarrod berguan, san bernardino police) "nobody just gets and puts together that kind of elaborate scheme or plan. there was some planning that
meeting with his national security team this morning, president obama said pinning down that precise motive will take some time.(president obama) there may be mixed motives involved in this. which makes the investigation more complicated.u.s. officials say farook traveled to saudi arabia in 2013 for the hajj, a common trip that would not have raised red flags.law enforcement officials say farook had been in touch with more than one terror suspect on the f-b-i's radar --though not high priority -- via phone and social media.in san bernardino, california, i'm paul vercammen. 3 the speculation over the shooters' links to terrorism experts in washington.our national correspondent kristine frazao spoke with two... who share their concerns over this latest evidence of terror recruiting in america. 3 nats from san bernadino shootingas the incident unfolded, the details were just a little too familiar for lt col tony schaffer, who says the planning, the military precision and the attack on a soft target raise red flags.lt
the evidence i've seen, this attack fits the profile, the known profile of charlie hebdo, elements of that attack as well as the isis attack in paris a few weeks ago.kristine frazao standupthursday, law enforcement officials told cnn that syed rizwan farook was radicalized and had been in touch with people being investigated by the f-b-i for international terrorism.seamus hughes/gwu program on extremism "it's a radicalized person regardless of ideology on this one. you know someone's drawn in to say you know i've reached a point where i need to cross that line and commit an act - they're no longer just upset at home they want to actually commit a violent act"seamus hughes co-authored a report released this week about isis in america. in it, research points squarely to social media - a central player in the process of radicalization.((take fullscreen))it creates a space in which isis sympathizers can be groomed from afar. it acts as a defacto travel agent - giving numbers and locations for those who wish to travel.
of devil on the shoulder - a concept referred to by f-b-i director james comey over the summer.james comey (cg'd on cspan sot)july 2015"it's as if a devil sits on someone's shoulder all day long saying kill, kill, kill and the terrorist if you want to talk to them is right there, in your device."before the internet, experts say radicalization mostly happened during in-person meetings seamus hughes/gwu program on extremism"you'd talk to someone once a week, you'd hear a lecture , get riled up but then have to wait a few more days to hear the next one now you kinda get your propaganda on demand."the report concludes that quick and easy access can turn keyboard warriors into battlefield commanders.in reporting. 3 with this latest mass shooting in san bernardino coming so soon after last friday's mass shooting in colorado... we asked sioux city police if they're ready for an event like that *here*.officer chad sheehan says the answer is "yes.""basically it's an all hands on deck response and everybody's going to go. we'll get there as quickly as we can. we train our officers to
stop the threat as quickly as possible. the quicker we can stop the threat from harming people, the more lives we hope we can save that way"the department also holds regular classes on how to respond to active shooter events for members of the community... called the "alice" program. 3 northwest "the shrimp shed."that's coming up after the break in "proud to be a
heuck is growing near everly, iowa. we're heading to "the shrimp shed" for this edition of "proud to be a hometown farmer." 3 "that's around a 15 gram shrimp right there."and that big guy is just one of about 40,000 shrimp you'll find at mark (hoik)'s heuck's shrimp farm near everly, iowa.he calls it "the shrimp shed.""a lot of people in the area had never seen a live shrimp."so how do you raise such an unfamiliar creature...shrimp... in northwest, iowa?you start with a good habitat."they're just a vinyl outdoor swimming pool is all they are."mike has 12 of those pools...he tests the water quality inside each of them once a day.and makes sure the temperature stays consistent...around 80 degrees. "you don't want your water temperature to change more than a couple degrees in a 24 hour period."the shrimp come
for a few months here."we're looking at a 5 month turn around."mike also has to feed the shrimp...that happens twice a day."there aren't a lot of choices."he gets this stuff out of pennsylvania.the diet changes as these guys get older.and that's about all there is to it.mike (hoik) heuck...raising shrimp... surrounded by cornfields...in northwest, iowa. 3 3 if you think of a farmer that would be great here on "proud to be a hometown farmer... you can nominate them to be featured here! 3 just go to our web site... siouxlandnews.com slash
team looking to build off a 12- 11 season a year ago. 3 winnebago of course only lost one game a year ago.1. pick up action in the first quarter.. winnibago's david wingett fakes the three.. drives and dunks on four of the knights. ..indians up twenty-five to nine.2. still in the first.. winnebago's drake gorrin with the three.. indians up twenty- eight to nine.3. winnebago's aspen lapointe from way downtown.. indians all over homer early thirty-one to nine. 4. in the second quarter.. aspen lapointe again from even further out.. indian's up thirty-four to nine.5. winnebago's manazheega cleveland misses the shot.. cedrick blackdeer gets the rebound.. misses the first putback but makes the second.. winnebago up thirty-six to nine 6. still in the second quarter.. winnibago on the break.. d'von lapointe with the nice pass to blackdeer.
nine and they would go onto the 96-21 victory. 3 would this be another playoff season for south sioux city hosting wayne off a 15-10 season a year ago.1. pick up the action in the first quarter.. south sioux on the break and tanner christensen with the basket.. two to nothing cardinal.2. wayne comes right back.. grayson mcbride with the nice little jumper.. game tied at two.3. wayne's drew davie with the strong move underneath for the basket... blue devils up four to two.4. south sioux's denton porter with the drive and the short jumper.. he thought he was fouled. game tied at four andthe game would be close but south sioux would win it forty-nine to forty-eight. 3 on the ladies side wayne and south sioux city matching up in the early game. 1. pick up action in the first quarter.. south sioux's carissa powell with the three.. cardinal up five to one.2. wayne's kylie
rebound.. finds morgan keating for the layup. game tied at five.3. south sioux comes right back.. sydney hirsch with the three. cardinal up eight to five.4. later in the first period.. augusta thramer with the steal and the basket.. cardinal up twelve to five and they would go on to the sixty-one to forty-four win over wayne. 3 sbl and north both looking to avoid starting the season 0-2. 1) first half now sbl up 28- 22. anna lucas with the steal and she goes all the way to the bucket! 30-22 sbl.2) second half now sbl is up 37-30. back comes north. mercy oyadare. have mercy! cuts the warriors lead to 5.3) ensuing posession for the warriors again it's lucas. and the sophomore gets the lead back to 7.4) next posession maycen shueth is gonna step back for three! it's good! cuts the
warriors work the ball around. josie clay puts it in. sbl had a 6 point lead in the third quarter. this one was a thriller. sbl wins it 60-58! 3 more girls basketball homer and winnebago both finished two games above 500 a season ago.1. pick up action in the first quarter.. winnebago's illiana frenchman with the three.. indian's up fourteen to five.2. homer on the break.. bryanna woodard with the layup.. knights trail fourteen to seven.3. winnebago's frenchman again with the jumper.. indians up sixteen to seven.4. in the second quarter.. homer after a nice steal.. kylie murphy with the layup.. knights trail sixteen to ten.and winnebago wins 69-46. 3 volleyball now could this be the last game for number 2 east grad amy frank and number 22 homer grad breanna nogelmeir as briar cliff took on midamerica nazarene.1) they're down 16-11 in the first set. nogelmeier with the
2) then later. nicolette lavulo with the throwdown! it's 21-14 midamerica.3) ensuing briar cliff serve there's a nice wall at the net waiting for midamerica for the point.4) then check out the dig from frank. she got her 2 thousandth of ther college career tonight.and the season is over. briar cliff falls 3 sets to none. hear from nogelmeier and frank on tomorrow on siouxland news at 5. 3 dordt trying to avoid going 0-3 in pool play facing olivet nazarene.1) first set things going well! and this is how bump set spike works folks! jenna horstman with the hammer of thor! 1-0 defenders!2) then off the 3 ensuins serve that is a very tall wall at the net. the block makes it 2-0 dordt. 3) later in the set defenders up 6-3. siri nelson's turn and siri is *always* right! the senior defensive specialist showing off her range. dordt wins the first set 24-19.they win the whole thing 3 sets to 1. but dordt does *not* advance in pool play. 3 3
3 finally tonight, check this out.for the last 23 years... the festival of trees has been a siouxland tradition.local groups create highly decorated trees, which are put on display before being auctioned off for charity. this year they're being shown again in the lobby of the ho-chunk center in downtown sioux city.this year, 59 trees and 10 wreaths went under the gavel... all to benefit the siouxland autism support at the end of the night... a total of (x) dollars was raised for that charity. 3 that's all our time for now. siouxland news at sunrise
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who is in control here? it sounds like a one-sided relationship. just get out of there. it's getting worse. there's shocking news out of japan, robot designers have now created an artificial robot that passed the standardized exams, like the s.a.t.s. this thing is going to collenge. the only silver lining is they might avoid a robot uprising. in medieval french literature, the robots won't be able to enslave us because they'll be too busy paying off their student loans. "can't get a job. what was i thinking? i should have gone to law can i get you a refill on that pepsi?" ( laughter ) but if there are any robots watching, i hope they enjoy tonight's show. because, first-- we have a very
talking to academy award-winning actor julianne moore. so talented. >> jon: a genius. fantastic. >> stephen: i'll join in. i'll join in on that one. longtime fan. longtime fan. she stars in "the hunger games: mockingjay: part 2." our interview will be gripping, especially the second half that comes out a year from now. i'm also sitting down with legendary actor, mr. burt reynolds, ladies and gentlemen. a model of manhood. burt's new memoir is called "but enough about me." he was a huge sex symbol in the 70s. now, he's a huge sex symbol in his 70s. then a performance by post-punk
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yard. would you care to join the band, my friend? thank you very much. always a pleasure. they're about to get this party started, ladies and gentlemen, but before they do, one more thing: a man in new york city claims that two psychics tricked him out of $700,000. and they were clearly frauds because they predicted they'd take him for a million. ( band playing "late show" theme ) >> tonight, stephen welcomes, julianne moore. burt reynolds... and a performance by public image limited.
human. and now it's time for "the late show with stephen colbert"! >> stephen: thank you! thanks, everybody. thank you, jon. thank you, ceelo. >> jon: yeah, baby. >> stephen! stephen! stephen! stephen! >> stephen: thanks, everybody. thank you so much. that feels good. that feels good. did you see the show last night by any chance? we have-- we had our friend bill maher on the show last night. and we had probably one of my favorite interviews we'v'vever had on the show. and out of all, like, 45 shows or something like that. and he's incredible. but we did, like, 16 or 18 minutes of interview, or something like that. am i right? and we had to cut, like, six minutes out of it because we had to make room for a cat circus.
but if you l led the interview, we've got the whole thing uncut, unedited on the web site. go to colbertlateshow.com and you can watch the whole thing. it's really good. really enjoyable. you should go check it out. thanks for coming, bill. now, if you watch this show-- and if you're watching me right now, i assume you do-- you knono i'm a huge
fan of "star wars." cheers and applause ) i'm even willing to overlook the fact that since there are a lot of stars but only one war, technically it should be called "stars' war." okay? i'm going to let it go. again. now, as a die-hard fan, i've made a solemn pledge to buy and use any product t at has a "star wars" tie-e-. for example, this is-- this is absolutely true-- this is my actual luke skywalker bathroom set from 1977. it has "star wars" shampoo, it
has a comb, and see if you can see this, that is luke himself trapped inside a bar of soap, foreshadowing han solo being trapped in carbonite. and you see it is helpfully labeled-- i'm going to put it in there-- it's helpfully labeled luke skywalker belt clip so you can hang on the belt you wear whenever you take a bath. that's why i'm so excited for the commercial tie-in possibilities of the new "star wars" movie. like this ad for a product that so seamlessly integrates "star wars, that i thought at first it was a new trailer. >> there has been an awakening. will you be enticed by the dark side or embrace the light sisi? discover your destiny with the covergirl "star wars" collection, three luminous looks from the light and three
the force is strong. feel its power. the covergirl 'star wars" collection. >> w wch side are you on? >> stephen: oh, the forced marketing integration is strong with this one. bravo, covergirl. this is the perfect makeup collection for girls who like "star wars" but not enough to realize that this has nothing to do with "star wars." ( laughter ) with this new collection, covergirl is offering three light-side looks and three dark- side lks. they were previously available only in containers that didn't say "star wars." and the makeup comes in such intergalactic shades as lilac, gold, dark purple, silver and red. and for you non-superfans out there, those are all colors that exist in the "star wars" universe. now, as a fan, i've collected all of the "star wars" covergirl makeup line.
it's got everything in here. even the much-maligned "the phantom mascara" and "jar jar blush." of course, i'm a grown man. i would never wear this make-up, but darth vader would. ( laughter ) ( cheers and applause ) "am i pretty now, daddy?" "daddy, am i pretty now?" ( laughter ) gets humid in there pretty f ft.
folks, this covergirl make-up commercial gives me a new hope, a hope that "star wars" can be associated with any product. like tonight's sponsor: eggs, the "star wars" collection. ( laughter ) a long time ago in a galaxy far, far way, there were eggs. will you join the light side, or or will you be swayed by the dark side? ( cheers and applause ) fulfill your destiny and fill your stomach. the battle for the galaxy is under way on your breakfast table! featuring all of your favorites like bb-8, or did i mean b-b- egg?
oh, look out, bb, look out. here comes a stormtrooper! ( cheers and applause ) and no breakfast is complete without luke skywalker oh, yes! will luke stay on the light side or will he turn on the dark side? the choice is yours. with "star wars" eggs, you can even reenact the destruction of the death star. oh, yes! "let's blow this thing and go home!" ( cheers and applause ) so, try "star wars" eggs for breakfast and start your day like a jedi. "use the fork, luke." ( cheers and applause ) we'll be right back with
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