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>> sometimes things need to be explained. too early. we'll seep you in 25 minutes. >> we're going to send you to the bullpen. good morning. digging in. new jersey governor chris christie not backing down on his decision to quarantine people returning from africa at high risk for ebola. this, after a nurse complained of inhumane treatment while being kept in a tent for three days before she was sent home. this morning, governor christie speaks out in an exclusive live interview. unstoppable, the slow and menacing advance of lava on hawaii's big island now within a few yards of several homes. can anything be done to save them? mile-high mystery. a father heads off to get food during a denver broncos game and hasn't been seen since. the four-day-old search that has his family and police baffled.
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and loads of laughter. what happens when two of the funniest people on earth join us in studio 1a? you're about to find out because amy poehler and jim carrey are here, "today," tuesday, october 28th, 2014. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> and good morning. welcome to "today" on a tuesday morning. i'm matt lauer, along with hoda kotb, al roker and josh elliott. >> who? >> hey, now! >> we'll have more on that in a second. savannah continues on maternity leave with baby vale. natalie is on assignment. we have amy poehler and jim carrey. all i'm going to say is last time he was here, i rode him like a pony. enough of that. >> and that wasn't even on the show. >> absolutely. >> your turn, young man.
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>> i brought my own saddle. >> good to have you here. >> a man out taking a walk in midtown predawn and sees the lights, next thing you know, here i am. >> good to have you here. let's stop on a tuesday morning with our top story. the mounting questions and concerns over what to do with people returning from the front lines of the fight against ebola. this, in the wake of the controversial quarantine of a nurse in new jersey. we'll talk to that state's governor, chris christie, in an exclusive live interview in a moment. first, national correspondent kate snow has the latest. kate, good morning to you. >> good morning, matt. after arriving back in her home state of maine, there's now disagreement about whether or how long the nurse has to remain in isolation in her home in that state. what should happen when health care workers return from africa, after treating ebola patients? should they be quarantined in a hospital if they arrive at a u.s. airport with a fever? she found herself dueling with governor chris christie over this national debate.
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>> she comes back to the united states and they treat her as if she's a criminal. >> my job is not to represent her. it's to represent the people of new jersey. >> reporter: hitchcock did register a fever but says she was just flustered. she was released monday after 24 hours symptom free. >> to the extent governor christie made this a political act so that he could show he was in charge in protecting the people of new jersey, i think he picked the wrong individual with kaci hickox. >> no one likes being in the hospital. no one likes being in the hospital. the fact is this woman presented, after directly in contact with folks having ebola. >> reporter: on monday with so many states doing their own thing, the centers for disease cell issued new guidelines, suggesting four categories for people entering the u.s. from ebola outbreak countries, those with high risk would stay home and stay in contact with health
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departments. the states are trying to sort all this out by themselves. what took so long? why did the federal government not give anybody guidance? >> the whole evolution of this ebola epidemic in africa and now the importation here is really an evolving, moving target in which you have to rely on new experiences. >> don't take anything off. >> reporter: hospitals across the country, like the mayo clinic, are doing drills, trying to make sure they're ready if someone comes in with ebola. as for u.s. military personnel serving in west africa, the government said monday all soldiers will be quarantined on a military base in italy for 2 21 days before returning home. soldiers will be restricted to a complex with barracks, dining facility and gym. the head of the nih told me it was easier to make a blanket rule for the military because they're used to being on a base or confined to barracks. the bigger challenge has been how to handle civilians. matt, a little bit of good news. the nurse, amber vinson from dallas, treated at emory university in atlanta, is
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expected to be released today. >> that is good news. thanks, kate. new jersey's governor chris christie is here with us exclusively. good morning, governor. how are you? >> i'm well, matt. thank you. along comes kaci hickox. she complained loudly about the treatment she received. did you get more than you bargained for with miss hickox? >> matt, i can't imagine that anyone would find it an experience they were looking for, to have to spend three days in a hospital. i understand that. but the fact is, matt, that she presented at the airport as someone who had contact, direct contact with folks infected with the ebola virus and then she became symptomatic. the fact is that person has to go to the hospital, has to be treated. cdc ordered her to be tested for the ebola virus based upon her symptoms. when she was no longer symptomatic and the tests came back negative, she was released to continue her quarantine at home.
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>> let me make sure i understand that. was she september back to maine because she no longer had a fever, any symptoms or was she sent back to maine because she went out and hired a talented lawyer like norm siegel and was throat threatening legal action against the state? >> you used the word talented, matt, not me. and no, that's been the policy all along. if she never presented with any symptoms, our policy would have been to send her back to maine and ask her to quarantine at home in maine. it's because she presented with symptoms and was tested, and that testing was ordered with the cdc in conjunction with the state of new jersey. >> the policy remains in effect, right? i want to read to you what the doctor from nih said yesterday. he called the mappedtory quarantine of all health care workers who come in contact with ebola patients in west africa and then return draconian, that you and governor cuomo got it wrong. the doctor said this. quote, christie and cuomo are both really smart guys, yet they've decided to ignore
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science, evidence and decades of careful observations made by those brave enough to have gone to africa to assist in the control of these epidemics. how do you respond to that? >> well, i'll respond to it this way, matt. first off, now six other states have joined us as well, both republican and democratic governors, as has the united states military. as has dr. bruce bugler, who is a nobel prize winning physician who says he favors our policy. the fact is that the cdc has been incremental. this newest guidance, from my perspective, is incredibly confusing. by the way, what's the difference when someone is considered to be high risk? you don't want them on public transportation, you don't want them at public gatherings and you want them to work from home. that sounds like quarantine to me, matt and, listen -- >> is it possible that you're on the wrong side of science here but the right side of public opinion? >> no, i'm going to be on the right side of both, ultimately, matt. i understand that the cdc has been behind on this. folks got infected in texas
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because they were behind and we're not going to have folks being infected in new jersey and other states in this country. governors ultimately have the responsibility to protect the public health and public safety of the people within their borders when folks come in with this problem. let's be clear, matt. all we're talking about is folks who have been directly in contact, as health care workers, with folks who are actively infected with the virus. not all travelers -- the reporting has been very sloppy on this, matt. >> and yet a lot of people i've talked to, health care experts, say this. the best way to prevent new cases from ebola from coming to the united states is to stop the outbreak in west africa. you start attaching 21 days to the commitment of any health care worker who wants to go there and help the crisis there, isn't that going to have a chilling effect? >> no, it's not, matt. these folks go over there because they want to help and make a difference. and we applaud them. but by the same token, when they're in direct contact with people actively with the ebola
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virus, asking them to quarantine at home for 21 days, unless they're symptomatic, i don't think, is draconian and i think the doctor is responding, unfortunately, as are many people from the cdc, in a hyperbolic way because they've been wrong before and now are incrementally taking steps to the policy we put in effect in new jersey and six other states have put in effect and the joint chiefs of staff have put in effect. we're all wrong and they're right, matt? we're trying to be careful here. this is common sense. the members of the american public believe it is common sense and we are not moving an inch. our policy hasn't changed and our policy will not change. >> real, real quickly, all this takes place about a week from the mid term elections. a lot of people would like to infuse this situation with politics. will you say to me right now that there is no political blame to be assessed for what has happened with ebola in this country at this point? >> matt, i'm not here to discuss political blame. and when you look at what has happened here in the different states that have adopted this,
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you've had both republican and democratic governors adopting this. governor dayton in minnesota, governor cuomo in new york with me in new jersey, governor scott, a republican in florida. democratic governors in virginia and maryland where i'm sitting this morning. the fact is you've got more democratic governors doing this than republican governors. this is a nonpartisan issue, matt. here is the bottom line as governor. my first responsibility is to protect the public health and safety of the people of new jersey. and i will not submit to any political pressure in doing anything less than i believe is necessary. we're now backed up by the american military and a nobel prize-winning doctor. so, i understand there's all kind of protestations from the cdc but we want stricter things than what they have been willing to impose and now they're incrementally, matt, moving toward our position. what's the difference of telling someone who has been a health care worker at high risk that they can't go in public places, public transportation and we want them to work from home, what's the difference between that and a quarantine?
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they don't want to admit that we're right and they were wrong. i'm sorry about that. >> questions that will continue to be asked. governor, i really appreciate your time this morning. thank you so much. >> matt, thank you very much. >> all right. imagine this. imagine knowing your home was going to be destroyed and all you could do was watch it happen. that's what dozens of homeowners in hawaii are going through this morning as the lava flow slowly advances. nbc's hallie jackson has the latest on that. hallie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, hoda. the local elementary school here will be closed indefinitely, starting tomorrow, because it's in the path of this lava flow. as are a number of homes, some of them on the street behind me. officials say they will let the people watch the lava burn their home, if they want, part of what they call the grieving process here. you can hear it burning, crackling. methane explosions on the lava's leading edge, shaking the ground underneath, red hot river wider
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than a football field, moving in on the town of pahoa, melting hundreds of yards over the last 24 hours. >> up until now there's always been hope that it would stop, change direction. the minute it affects the first structure or home, this is real. >> reporter: the lees know it's real. their home could be next. where is the lava flow from here? >> right over there. >> reporter: that's where we went. the lava just past the tree line near property that's been in this family five generations. in the backyard, a bulldozer building a berm. what's it for? >> to help maybe divert the lava around and go downhill. >> reporter: you think it will work? >> it might. we're hoping. >> reporter: for weeks this flow has been making its way toward pahoa after a volcanic eruption in june. it crossed a local road and then a cemetery on the edge of town, reality check for people here. some already packing up and
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leaving. >> it could eventually get the whole town of pahoa. >> you deal with so much different types of stress, you know, with this whole lava situation, yeah. and, first of all, it's now coming to take your home that you worked so hard for all these years. we don't know what we're going to do but we just take it day by day. >> reporter: day by day and, really, hour by hour at this point. officials say it's tricky to predict when this lava flow, this river of lava might cross the main highway here because it's speeding up and slowing down depending on terrain. people here say they're ready. >> hallie jackson, thank you. matt, you know about that area. >> we have experience with kilauea and her lava flow. back in had 2000 we did the show from that lava flow. we wept out ant out and didrogr and by the time we went back to get our cars and our trucks and the lava flow had cut off the road and we
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had to walk an extra mile around to get back to our vehicle. it's very unpredictable. >> then the lava flow stole your cars. >> right. she's a mean volcano, kilauea. as we mentioned, josh elliott is in for natalie this morning. we're happy about that. but you start with troubling news. >> we do. isis has gained access to chemical weapons and is using them against kurdish fighters in syria. u.s. secretary of state john kerry says the reports are now under investigation. meantime, isis on monday released another propaganda video, featuring british hostage john cantley, photographer kidnapped in 2012. in the video, cantley indicates that isis controls large sectors of that border town of kobani. u.s. counterterrorism officials say that assertion is false. and the rob ford era is over in toronto. john it tori, a moderate conservative, was elected as
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mayor, taking 40% of the vote on a promise to unite a city in scandal and turmoil. he beat out rob ford's brother, doug, who ran the city while his brother battled cancer. rob ford will, in fact, return to city council where he once served. and mexican authorities searching for 43 missing college students have found human remains. testing is under way to see if they belonged to the young men last seen in police custody a month ago. authorities have announced they arrested four probable gang members in connection with their disappearance. they say one of the suspects gave them a new search location where their remains could be found. and a former georgia investment adviser who vanished after losing millions of clients dollars is now facing up to 30 years in prison. aubrey lee price, 48-year-old former fugitive pled guilty in june to three counts of fraud. price left letters actually
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hinting at his suicide. florida judge ultimately, in fact, declared him dead. last december, he was captured very much alive in a routine traffic stop. take a look at this, pickup truck plows through a neighborhood cavern, all caught on a police dash cam. it happened near cleveland late last week. police just released the video. you can see it there. they say the truck was stolen. officers put down stop sticks in the road that worked to a degree. the suspect ran over them, veering left, taking out the bar. 12 people inside the tavern were hurt, none serious, as is the driver who now faces a lengthy list of charges. and a very costly celebration for a table tennis champion. j.k. zheng pulls off an upset, winning the 2014 men's cup in germany. instead of a conventional celebration or really any celebration whatsoever, he goes
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for the big sweeping kick to the advertisement board because something is their fault and into the crowd goes the jersey. none of that apparently was okay. officials would later fine him $45,000, which just so happens to be the same amount he just earned for pulling the upset and winning that championship. >> hello. >> congratulations, question mark. >> $44,000 for taking the shirt o off. $1,000 for wrecking the advertising sign. >> you squeaked a little sports in. there you go. >> i tried my best. >> mr. roker is here. look at all the yellow and red in the middle of the country. >> it is a rough one all along a frontal system that will be bringing temperature changes. meantime it is bringing showers and thunderstorms, especially right now to indianapolis. you can see the rain on the camera. and it's going to finally clear up by the afternoon. high of about 61 degrees. meantime, we have a risk of strong storms as this system
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makes its way east. from western p.a. on into eastern ohio, down into west virginia, we've got the risk of damaging winds and hail. this makes its way to the east, pushing showers and thunderstorms on into tonight and early tomorrow morning as it gets to the east coast. things dry out rather nicely. rest of the country, beautiful day up and down the east coast. temperatures anywhere from 10 to 20 degrees above average. behind the front, clearing skies. look at those temperatures. they drop anywhere from 10 to 15 degrees below average. that's what's going on. we're going to get to your local forecast coming up in the next 30 seconds. so there's questions about the world that all of us have, especially about money and finance. the goal of khan academy and better money habits and the partnership we're doing with bank of america is to give people the tools they need to empower themselves.
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7:18. good monday morning to you. 40s and 50s across the board. 21 degrees this morning. that is cold enough for making snow. s as we get into the next couple of days, we're actually going to warm you up. we bring in rain to the bay area and snow for tahoe. 77 in the north bay, 71 for the east shore today. that rain arrives late week. >> al, thank you very much. tamron is covering for carson in the orange room. a little controversy involving walmart. what is going on? >> this is unbelievable if you've been on twitter, facebook, instagram, facing criticism after labeling its adult plus sized halloween outfits on its website, quote,
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fat girl costume. >> no. >> people online began noticing this so-called fat girl costumes heading into early last week. but walmart did not respond, guys, or fix the mistake until monday afternoon. so, walmart removed its original posting and redirected customers to the, quote, plus-sized halloween costumes. fat girl costumes was the top trending topic on twitter monday and people were discussing this all over social media. norma, one of our friends wrote to us. you should be ashamed of the costume section online called fat girl costumes. pathetic. on to katie, highly, highly offended by @walmart's latest marketing strategy concerning plus-sized costumes and walmart issued a statement, guys. this should have never been on our site and we apologize. we quickly removed it and made sure to not let it happen again. the key word for me here, if i could circle it, quickly.
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it stayed up several days after people noted it online. i'm not going to ask you to tell us what you think. because i believe 99% of you are going, what are you thinking? you can join the conversation, #orange room. i'll make the case. why don't they just say halloween costumes and lose the plus? adult costumes. why do you have to differentiate in size? we know our size. you can click on it. >> how do they get on the website? >> is this a case of sabotage? did someone do this -- >> no, no, this has happened before, guys. a lot of the retailers will say third party post. walmart has not said they've been hacked, sabotaged, anything like that. if they do, i will update you. right now that's not what's being said. >> fat boy costumes would be good, too. coming up, mile high mystery, where is a father who vanished at a denver stadium during the middle of the game? his family is speaking out.
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one pill, twice daily, xeljanz can reduce ra pain and help stop further joint damage, even without methotrexate. ask about xeljanz. you're watching "today in the bay." >> a very good tuesday morning to you. 7:26 now. i'm laura garcia-cannon. san jose state students are remembering one of their classmates killed by a car in front of his fraternity house. dozens of fraternity members held a memorial. earlier this morning ventura county sheriff's deputy was hit and killed by a hit and run driver. the deputy was doing a traffic stop on northbound 101 when he was hit by a car. the car sped away but crashed a short distance away. the driver was taken into custody. the driver has not been identified but he was an 11-year
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veteran of the force. >> an important recall to tell you about this morning involving baby wipes. new tech disposables recalling all of its line of wipes due to a possible bacteria contamination in the packaging. customers can return the wipes for a full refund. >> let's check in with christina for a look at the forecast. >> a beautiful day coming our way. i want to show you some live shots. we're getting some beautiful dawn colors. same beautiful described over woodside. even in san francisco. mostly clear conditions. temps are going to be comfortable. 55 degrees in san francisco. on our way to about 75 degrees later today. 74 for the peninsula, low 70s for today on the east shore and in san francisco and even in your hot shots. rain moves ins a as we get the of the week. here's mike on your drive.
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>> and this is the san mateo bridge. look at the map through the haze here. we see the speed continuing to slow for the build-off to the east bay side. we're looking at 880 and 680 yesterday. just your standard slow down for a tuesday. a look at 85, especially tough heading toward highway 17. a typical build through the maze. back to you. >> thank you very much. another update in half an hour. we'll see you then.
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all right. say cheese. we're back at 7:30 on a tuesday morning, the 28th day of october, 2014. lots of people in our crowd out there, busy snapping selfies. we love them. just a tip if you're visiting new york and you see al roker, he loves nothing more than to be pulled over on the sidewalk and take those selfies. >> wrestle me to the ground and love my belly. >> that's right. >> my leg starts going. oh, it's fantastic! >> take your time. get the lighting right. >> really. coming up, we'll take you to a college campus where they're actually studying the science of selfies. didn't know there was such a thing. >> didn't know. let's take a look at what's topping headlines. the nurse who returned from
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west africa and quarantined in new jersey despite a negative ebola test has returned home to maine. she will remained quarantined for 21 days. the woman's lawyer says he will ask health officials to only require his client to be monitored. a lava flow from hawaii's kilauea volcano is creeping slowly but surely to dozens of homes on the big island. it's expected to reach some of those homes as early as this morning. searching for a new car? "consumer reports" is out with its annual car reliability survey. for the second year in a row, toyota and lexus topped the list. buick was the only american brand in the top ten while fiat ranked the lowest. >> there's always next year. >> uh-huh. there is. have you used this yet? apple claims its new apple pay system will revolutionize the way we make purchases. why then are some major
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retailers already punt iing on ? we'll dive into this. >> have you used it? >> since they can hack into anything, i would be afraid someone would have my thumbprint and forever it would be out there. that's a big no. >> i still use pocket change. >> i haven't used it yet. but if you have little ones at home there's a major recall about baby wipes you're going to want to know about. we'll tell you about that coming up. we have a lot coming up. let's start this half hour with a mysterious disappearance of a father missing for four days after he vanished during the middle of thursday night's nfl game being played in denver. janet shamlian is at the stadium this morning. what can you tell us? >> reporter: more than 75,000 people were packed into this stadium for denver's last game. among them a colorado dad attend ing his first broncos game, and he seems to have simply vanished without a trace. this morning, there are no clues
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and his friends and family are appealing for help. missing at mile high, a colorado dad, paul kitterman, gone without a trace from a stadium packed with tens of thousands of fans. it happened as the broncos played the chargers thursday night. >> somebody you can count on to do whatever you need. and if he knows we're waiting for him, he'll be there. >> reporter: but paul kitterman wasn't there for his stepson jared, who was left there waiting as the game ended and the crowd emptied. this photo was taken just before half time, the last time the group saw kitterman. >> just a perfect day, perfect situation. there was really nothing to be wrong. >> reporter: it was a big night for the 53-year-old colorado rancher, his first broncos game. as excited as he was, he never returned to his seat during the second half, or the group's meeting place. >> we figured we would run into him. maybe he went to the truck. we would still find him outside, sitting on a bench outside the
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stadium. >> reporter: kitterman didn't have a cell phone or any credit cards on him, says jared, and he was only carrying about $50 in cash. denver police say there's no evidence of a crime. >> we're looking at tapes and things like that to determine where he might have gone. obviously, it's a mystery and we're not sure. >> reporter: those who know kitterman say he's a stand-up kind of guy, a hard worker, with no known alcohol or drug problems. >> looking at the stadium tapes might tell us something. >> reporter: this morning, his friends and his son are desperate for answers. >> i want him to know that we're worried about him and for whatever reason he's gone, just to let us know that he's okay. that's all. >> reporter: there are a lot of cameras in this stadium and those recordings have now been turned over to the denver police department. they say they're reviewing them for clues. right now, they have very little to go on in this case.
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back to you. >> janet, thank you very much. imagine the feeling of being the last one waiting in that stadium. >> right. >> and he still hasn't come back, the panic that would set in. >> an amazing story. new, chilling information on that deadly school shooting near seattle. investigators now saying the young gunman targeted his victims by inviting them to lunch. nbc's joe friar has more on that story. joe, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, hoda. investigators say that the gunman sent text messages to the victims, asking them to join him for lunch. witnesses say he then shot five students before taking his own life. investigators say they still don't know why jaylen fryberg shot five of his closest friends, including two cousins at marysville pilchuk high school but now believe it was planned. >> the information we've got is that five people that were targeted were invited to the table. it's our understanding he did so via texting. >> nate heckendorf says he saw fryberg invite another student to lunch. before the shooting on friday morning.
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oot he asked, hey, do you want to go to lun of with me? i have no one else to sit with and my friends looked at me and said no, i've got to go to fifth period. >> reporter: he said fortunately his friend was not in the cafeteria when the shooting happened but alan perez was there. he witnessed the tragedy and said fryberg's victims did not appear to be random. >> it seemed like he kind of came to the school with set targets on who he wanted to kill. and he didn't really shoot at anyone else. >> reporter: in the end, two victims were killed, zoe galasso and gia soriano, both 14 years old. shaylee chuckulnaskit and andrew fryberg are still in critical condition. nate hatch is awake and breathing on his own. he says, i love you and i forgive you, jaylen. rest in peace. detectives says the gun was
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registered to a family member. still trying to figure out how he got access to it. this entire investigation could take months. hoda? >> thank you very much. turn to mr. roker. you've got another check of the weather? >> that's right, unusually warm conditions for this time of year. you don't normally see this kind of stuff going on the end of october. ahead of this front, we've got this warm flow of air coming up into the ohio and mississippi river valleys. look at these temperatures today. we expect a high in pittsburgh of 78. that's 18 degrees above average. d.c., 81. buffalo, 74. could be a record in buffalo. we're watching that. pittsburgh coming close to a record, 78. raleigh, 86 is a record. won't come near that. new york city, 10 degrees away. again, it looks pretty close. sunshine up and down the east coast. area of showers along with that front and behind it the cooler conditions. that's what's going on around the country. here's what's happenin 7:37, happy tuesday morning to you. beautiful day coming your way. warmer than yesterday by 3 to 5
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degrees. even warmer for tomorrow. today 77 degrees in the north bay, the san francisco area, 71 for the east shore, 75 here in beautiful san jose. 3 to 5 degrees warmer than yesterday, even warmer by 5 to 10 degrees as we head throughout your wednesday. then the rain moves in late thursday into friday. we stop the clock for you noon on halloween. widespread showers, heavier rain by 5:00, clearing by 7:00. >> that's your latest weather. >> thanks so much. coming up on trending, a random act of kindness from oscar winner tom hanks. what he just did for a man he calls mr. ferrari. >> i've got a feeling he has been responsible for a lot of acts of kindness. what's the problem? major retailers already souring on apple's new payment system, right after this.
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we're back at 7:43. we have a battle over the mobile payment systems. on one side you have apple and its new apple pay technology. on the other side, some of the nation's biggest retailers, including walmart, cvs and rite aid. tom costello has this story. good morning. >> matt, good morning. everyone who used it says the apple payment system is as simple as pointing your phone at the electronic reader at the checkout stand. apple insists it's secure and private but it's a bit too private for some retailers who want to know more about you, the shopper. if you believe the folks at apple, our entire shopping
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experience is in for profound change with apple leading the way. >> we believe apple pay is going to be huge. it's going to change the way we pay for things. >> no more credit card swipes or pin codes. all you do is point your iphone and the credit card stored on your phone is automatically billed. already the three biggest bank cards have signed on. >> use mastercard with apple pay. you could get a surprise. >> reporter: if you have a new iphone 6 or 6 plus it's already at your fingertips. >> can i use apple pay today? >> reporter: buzz feed's tech editor loves it. >> i was struck by just how completely easy it was. i thought i was going to hold it up to the little sensor and there was going to be, you know, a wait time. it was instantaneous. >> reporter: but retailers, not so fast. so far, apple lists only 34 retailers who accept apple pay. over the weekend, rite aid and cvs both dropped out after a few days in nearly identical
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statements both said we are in the process of evaluating mobile payment options. walmart and best buy also not buying in. why? analysts say it's because they're among a group of retailers backing a rival system that charges debit cards and giving something that apple isn't sharing. >> they tend to want more information about the customers, who they are, what their spending patterns are and anything else that they can put together with that. >> reporter: apple tells nbc news, we are working to get as many merchants as possible to support this convenient, secure and private payment option for consumers. of course, iphone isn't the only game in town. plenty of folks have different phones. it's entirely possible that retailers won't choose one or the other but instead to accommodate multiple mobile payment systems. guys, back to you. >> tom, thank you. >> i'm scared of it. >> yeah? >> i'm scared of it. >> no matter who does it, you're
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not buying into it? >> it might be too good for us. >> i see. >> all righty then. to tease a guest coming up later. be afraid, very afraid. natalie and jenna go ghost hunting in one of the scariest places in the world. they have been everything from the dynamic duo to sigfreud and roy. what are your favorite matt and al costumes ever? >> i'm looking at j.lo. >> this is scary. costumes ever? we've heard that over 4 hundred million vacation days? go unused every year. that's the stupidest thing i've ever heard. they're paid vacation days. if you guys agreed to travel more we'll all do better in school. we'll have a better understanding of other cultures. i will learn to parler français.
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the big reveal is friday. >> that's right. looking back at our halloween favorite moments, featuring matt and al. >> yes. >> they have walked the red carpet as j.lo and p. diddy, repelled down walls as batman and robin, and sailed the high seas as pirates, jack sparrow and davey jones. let us know which moment is your favorite, 2000, diddy moment, sigfreud and roy. i'm still trying to figure out 2009, to be honest with you. >> it was "star wars." >> oh! >> i haven't seen the movie and even i knew that. >> matt, i thought you were jim carrey from dumb & dumber. >> great. >> you went to facebook to vote. and at number three, pirate costumes, 2006. number two, the munsters with matt as herman munster and
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you're watching "today in the bay." >> a very good morning to you. it's 7:56 right now. i'm laura garcia-cannon. one win away. a live look at at&t park this morning. the giants are going to have to do what they do best and win it on the road. they did it in 2010 in texas, they did it in 2012 in detroit and now they're hoping to do it in 2014 in kansas city. first pitch is tonight at 5:07. on the mound for the giants, jake peavy. he lost game it would hatwo of . peavy won the world series with the red sox just last year. giants fans won't be able to make that trip to kansas city so san francisco is holding their own watch party at the civic center plaza. it's going to be crowded so get there early. and bring a jacket, too, christina? >> yeah. it gets cold when the sun drops
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off this time of year and our mornings are getting shorter. we're at 42 in the north bay, 49 on the south bay, 47 on the east shore. we're going to end up 5 degrees warmer than what we hit yesterday. wednesday we'll be in the low 80s in your inland valleys for tomorrow. we bring in the rain on halloween. unfortunately it does look like it will impact your trick or treating plans. all that information, the timing coming up in just moments. here's mike inouye on your drive. >> look at your map. we do have a slow drive. no cashes like yesterday. but traffic is moving down from dixon road. throughout the southbound jamming up 101 and 85 over the last hour. mostly reds and oranges for your commute spots.
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>> thank you. hope you have a great tuesday morning.
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♪ it's 8:00 on "today." and coming up -- >> but first, let me take a selfie. >> inside the psychology of the selfie. what taking a shot of yourself says about you. then, scared straight. >> okay, that's enough! >> natalie and jenna get an up-close and personal tour of one of the most haunted places in america. plus, the stars are in studio 1a. the one and only amy poehler gets personal as she talks life, love and laughs, and jim carrey stops by after knocking it out of the park on "snl," as he gets set to get "dumb and even dumber." >> it's just an old wives' tale, like women shouldn't smoke
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during pregnancy. i turned out fine. my mom smoked like a chimney, especially when she was drinking. >> today, tuesday, october 28th, 2014. ♪ >> good morning middle school! i'm on tv. >> hello, houston. it's my birthday! >> celebrating my 70th birthday! yay! >> we're here from wisconsin, representing the badger state! >> i'm here visiting my daughter today from florida. >> good morning, washington state. i want a selfie with matt and hoda! >> we're back now, 8:00 on a tuesday morning. it's the 28th day of october 2014. you know, over the years here on the plaza, people have come down here and given us all kinds of great gifts, from hats to scarfs to cupcakes and brownies and
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now -- >> what'd you get? >> a bowl. >> i got a bowl! this man is a potter -- >> nice. >> my bowl. you made this? >> yeah, i'm a potter. >> oh, thank you so much! >> i've got my -- now i've got to eat! >> it looks good. >> that's really nice. >> give a bowl, you get a kiss. >> don't worry about us, sir. we're fine. no, we're okay! >> he actually said next year. he said next year i'll bring everyone a bowl. >> we like that. all right, we have a lot going on. it is josh elliott's first day of school here at the "today" show, filling in for natalie while she's on assignment. hi, josh. >> hey, hoda. federal health officials trying to clear up the confusion and controversy over health care workers returning from basketball-stricken countries. meantime, that nurse who's been quarantined has now gone home from a new jersey hospital. nbc news correspondent kate snow joins us with more. good morning. >> good morning, josh. let's start with good news about amber vinson, one of the nurses
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from dallas infected after treating thomas eric duncan weeks ago. she is now ebola-free and heading home later today. she will be speaking to reporters. and the centers for disease control monday issuing new guidelines to try and tell the states what to do with medical workers returning to the u.s. from the front lines of ebola in west africa. that move coming after at least seven states had already enacted some kind of quarantine. nurse kaci hickox, who you mentioned was put in quarantine in that tent in new jersey for three days, well, she's now back in her home state of maine this morning, and her lawyer says they're now debating with maine officials about how long she needs to stay isolated at home. she, of course, had complained loudly about being mistreated and said the quarantine was unnecessary, josh. >> to that end, kate, earlier on today, new jersey governor chris christie defended his state's quarantine policy, which goes beyond the guidelines set by the centers for disease control. >> i understand that the cdc is behind on this. folks got infected in texas because they were behind, and we're not going to have folks
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being infected in new jersey and in other states in this country. the man who murdered a pennsylvania state trooper has now eluded a massive police search for a month and a half. nbc's kristen dahlgren is in blooming grove, pennsylvania, this morning. kristen, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, josh. well, we're waiting for the results of dna tests to see if blood found in somebody's backyard could have been eric frein's. this has been going on for 46 days, but this morning, some police are hopeful that maybe that new lead, or perhaps some new technology, could finally put an end to this. this is the newest police weapon in the search for suspected cop killer eric frein, an experimental device similar to a weather balloon, outfitted with cameras designed for both day and night to search the dense woods for the survivalist who is believed to be hiding. the blimp is silent and apparently inexpensive. in a massive police effort that's currently costing an estimated $1 million per week. despite promising finds early by police in the manhunt, seven
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weeks of hunting have yet to turn up the man who authorities say ambushed and killed state trooper bryon dickson on september 12th. the huge dragnet has kept local residents on edge for a month and a half. >> there's days when we are home, and then 30 to 100 guys just pile out of the woods around us and we don't even know they're there. >> reporter: local resident james telley says he's had enough of the manhunt, because he looks like frein and walks to work and says he's been stopped over 20 times by police with one experience particularly frightening. >> silver, unmarked suv pulls up. the driver jumps out, pointing a rifle at my head, ordering me down to the ground. >> reporter: a crowd-funding site has now raised over $22,000 to purchase a car for tully in hopes of avoiding those false alarms. >> i just want to get back to my normal life. >> reporter: now, eric frein is now on the fbi's ten most wanted list, but as you can imagine, nobody here is going to rest
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easy until he is caught. and josh, in many towns here, they've actually canceled halloween for this week, just too concerned about having kids running around near these woods. >> certainly understandable. kristen dahlgren, thank you for that. and finally, what if you never had to argue again over who gets a window seat on an airplane? a question perhaps no longer rhetorical. this is the new design from the center for process innovation. it envisions, as you can see, a cabin that just has one long window on each side. the remaining walls would then serve as video displays for cameras mounted outside the aircraft. the overall effect, roughly akin to floating on air, which seems a bit redundant, since that's, in fact, what you're doing. i would prefer to just preserve the illusion as we defy physics and gravity and logic. it is now about 8:06 here. let's get another check of the weather with you, al. it's almost like flying in
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wonder woman's invisible plane. i love that. here's a young man. he looks familiar. were you guys here before? >> yeah! >> when? >> monday or tuesday. >> monday? monday or tuesday. well, today's tuesday, right? >> last week? >> oh, last week. all right. where are you from? >> wisconsin. >> all right, just hanging out. who's this? >> this is william. >> william, nice to see you. a return -- yes, yes, he likes the mike. i love that smile. all right, let's take a look, show you what's going on as far as your weather's concerned. we've got more wet weather, unfortunately, in the pacific northwest. it has been coming down and continues to all day today. rain and wind going to be a real mess. in fact, rainfall amounts anywhere from 2 to locally some areas picking up up to 4 inches of rain. that's what's going 8:07 now. we have rain in the forecast, as well. i'm going to give you timing in just a moment.
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for today, warm temperatures, three to five degrees warmer than yesterday. even warmer for your wednesday. a little bit of the 80 activity if you're in the valley spots. we're talking about 85 degrees tomorrow in the tri-valley. then your temperatures crash, as we head throughout halloween, we're talking about temperatures in the 60s and rainfall moving in about 5:00. clearing between 5:00 and 7:00, clearing completely overnight. your latest weather. >> excellent, al! >> all right, get ready to watch this. >> ready. coming up on "trending," an epic driving fail. wait until you see how many times this guy in the car hits the car next door. >> we're counting. plus, an all-star comedy lineup. amy poehler on her new book. >> oefld oh, my gosh! >> and jim carrey on his new movie. but first, these messages. >> excellent.
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treat. the monkey on the left gets a cucumber. the monkey on the right started out getting a cucumber, too, and when both get the same treat, these things will do this 25 times in a row. >> okay. >> then what do they do? they give the monkey on the left a cucumber, but they give the monkey on the right a delicious grape. >> what happened? >> something more desirable. watch what happens. the monkey on the left throws the cucumber back at the researcher, all right? they do it again. he does it again. look at this. the reason here is this whole thing, just like humans, we always want what the other person has. >> who among us -- >> we've been that monkey. >> maybe the monkey just likes getting a laugh. >> let me explain that, this was shown during a class. >> oh, okay! a live studio audience. home videos. >> no. >> actually, i do like your pen better than my pen. i was looking at it.
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it's like that. >> you will continue to do the show when we have the same pen, but when i have a nicer pen -- >> why did he get the good pen? ever found yourself in a tight parking space? i'm thinking you probably handled it better than this guy, who's being called the worst driver in china. yeah. gets in his car, tries to back out, takes him ten minutes -- >> smacking the car. >> and along the way, he smacks this car next to him more than 15 times! >> and was literally just getting started. it gets worse. he finally gets out of the space, having taken out the complete side of that car next to him, and off he goes. there he goes. >> he got busted, though? >> apparently, a little unclear on the concept. that's a part of it. we actually looked. the person has barely driven, a handful of times in four years, rather clearly. i'm not sure that's a big surprise. there is a full investigation pending. >> get on it! >> we will have updates as news warrants. >> turns out, it was the monkey from the previous take. >> he went to go drive for his
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own treats. here's a great story involving a random act of kindness. a cabbie in new york was nearing the end of his shift when a man in a baseball cap flags him down. the driver was hesitant but picks up the guy anyway, and lucky he did. the guy in the cab turned out to be tom hanks. but hold on. the driver says he screamed out, "wilson!" like, that's my wilson! like "castaway," of course. and yes, he got a picture, which is what you do when you meet tom hanks. tom apparently called the guy mr. ferrari because the cabbie was wearing a ferrari hat and a shirt. follow me. there's more. the cabbie says he began telling everyone who got in the cab about tom hanks. well, it paid off, because one day, he got a random text message saying, "tom" -- yes, that tom -- was inviting him and his wife to tom's broadway show. the show is called "lucky guy." the driver says the title describes him perfectly. and tom hanks will play the cabbie in the next movie -- >> wait, there's more. >> what? >> you're not going to believe this. >> what? >> i got into that guy's cab.
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>> really? >> no. >> he showed me the picture. he said, he called me mr. ferrari. he told me about the story about how he went to see "lucky guy" with his wife. it was like a whole situation. when we were doing the story, i said -- >> you tell us this now? >> i was saving it! it's a big deal. >> clearly, the cabbie unimpressed. he never posted the picture with you. >> oh! >> only posted the picture with tom hanks. but it's a small world. >> in new york city, with the kazillions of people -- >> what are the odds? >> i got into that guy's cab. isn't that crazy? >> wait, there's actually more -- [ laughter ] >> no. >> all right. >> all right, that is "what's trending today." and we're back with amy poehler in 30 seconds. amy poehler in 30 seconds.
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2014 has been a very big year for amy poehler. he started things off by winning the golden globe for her role on nbc's "parks and recreation." >> and today, get this, it is her very first book. it's out. it's called "yes, please." amy poehler, good morning! >> thank you! >> all right, so, you say you wrote this book from the middle. >> yes. >> you said that you're not old enough to look back on your whole life and you're still young to still be cute. >> you're still cute. >> tell us why you decided to write it. >> thank you, matt. >> adorable. >> i think i was interested in this idea of a street-level perspective of life. i think memoirs either come from
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a person who's lived a long life or just started out, so i was interested in the person feeling too busy to write a book. >> first of all, i like that it's not punch line after punch line in this book. >> no. >> serious subjects. one of the things you write about is hard work and the value of it. you obviously were instilled with a good work ethic. and i think when it comes to comedy, not many people realize how much hard work goes into it. >> yeah, people expect and assume that you just kind of wake up overnight and things happen. but the saying is true, it takes about ten years for something lucky to happen. so, i worked really hard for a long time, so i was happy to write about it. >> you also come from a funny family, because we know you're hysterical. we had your brother on. >> yes. >> he was hysterical, too. >> yes. >> was it something your parents had in the water at your house? >> well, when everyone tries to be funny, they're accidentally funny. but yeah, you know, wit was kind of important at our dinner table. you had to take good-natured teasing. it's a very boston thing to be able to play along and have a
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good sense of humor about yourself. >> mm-hmm. >> you have a good grasp on the power of words. you write a little bit about divorce, which i don't really care about the actual divorce, but the way you described it, where you said it's like putting everything you care about on a blanket and tossing it up in the air. i thought that was very powerful imagery. >> thank you. >> i really did. >> thank you. yeah, i mean, i tried to write about my life in a way that felt comfortable for me. and it was interesting to figure out what i wanted to share and what i didn't. but like any experience, it's shared by so many other people, so you try to figure out what makes your stuff personal. >> i thought it was interesting, you said it wasn't so special, your being divorced, because there are so many people out there who are. >> that's right, so it's figuring out how to tell your story and how it relates to the people reading it. >> when you talk about "snl," you were talking about how in high school, you went and you took a tour of 30 rock and the whole bit. >> yes. i took a tour of this building and anthony michael hall and robert downey jr. were rehearsing, the "snl" alums. what you think of when you think
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of "snl." >> and by the way, you probably recognize half the guys who are working in this studio, because half of them have worked for "snl." >> yeah, this crew and i have partied many, many places in new york. >> did you know when you were peeking through that window that one day you were going to work there? >> you know, i don't know if i knew that, but i did have a sense of -- i don't know, i had a sense that it wasn't crazy to think that. >> yeah. >> i mean, there are certainly moments still where i can't believe my life. and even when i would walk down the halls of "snl" and look at everybody who was in the cast, it's pretty crazy and intense. but you have to kind of bake it until you make it. you have to believe you can be there. >> i love that skit. >> i always think for a young actor or comedian, walking down that hallway on the eighth floor and seeing the portraits must be a freak-out moment. >> it is. it's like the hall of presidents, the hall of comedy presidents. and you have to, again, you have to kind of believe you deserve to be there. you have to just fake it until you make it. >> "parks and rec," golden globe award for that. you've called getting that the
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pudding. >> yes. >> describe that. >> in my book, i talk about awards being like pudding. and you think you really want it, and you're just like, give me that pudding. >> yes. >> you just want to taste it. and then you realize that like everything else, it's nice to be included at the table, but if you get the pudding, it doesn't matter either way. >> in the coming months, you and tina will go back and you will host the golden globes for a third time in a row. >> yes. >> you sure don't mind the roses. i always think you do it great the first time, you can never top that. >> oh, well, sure, it's the law of diminishing return. >> right. >> which is why this is our last time. i mean, you can't -- unless you want to be a perennial host, there's nowhere to go but down. so, we're hoping that by making this the last time will garner some good -- [ laughter ] it will be like our farewell tour. we'll be like the jay z of the "globes" and never retire. >> well, the book is so much fun. it's written in such a clever
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way. >> thank you. >> it's got little notes and pictures and everything. it's a great read. amy, thank you very much. >> thanks for having me. >> the book is called "yes please," and amy will be back with kathie lee and me and some wine later. >> oh, boy. >> so we can discuss that. >> you already made the commitment. now we go over to john. selfies have become something of a national past time. we've all taken them, most of us, anyway. now researchers in georgia with some time and money on their hands are studying the psychology behind all of those personal photographs. so, what might your selfie say about you? here's nbc's gabe gutierrez. >> reporter: they're everywhere, from kimye to beyonce, even to the president, self-portraits for the digital age. >> sometimes it's just you feel like you look good in a certain light and you're like, i've got to capture this moment. >> i don't know why you'd want to be in a picture by yourself, like, oh, look, i look great. i just don't understand them. >> reporter: ellen's selfie at oscars is the most retweeted
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photo ever. nick cannon and julianne hough shattered the world record for the most selfies in an hour, 283. in the uk, this 21-year-old is known as the king of selfies, racking up millions of fans online. >> it's a form of communication with simple self-expression. >> reporter: so it was only a matter of time before researchers at the university of georgia began studying selfies. >> it's just something we've never seen before, well, at least at this massive scale. >> reporter: professor keith campbell is leading a team of students, analyzing the selfies of 300 respondents. >> we have people take selfies in a lab and then see if we can detect narcissism from some of these selfize. >> reporter: based on previous research, he says there are three main reasons people take selfies. one, self-absorption, two, a social connection, and three, art. the first selfie ever is credited to this amateur photographer back in 1839.
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but with the smartphone revolution, digital portraits have exploded. >> just when you went to school, they didn't do that, did they? >> reporter: dude, are you calling me old? now it seems selfie loathing is on the rise. >> did you realize if you use one of these gadgets to take a selfie -- >> reporter: ask comedian bill maher. >> -- then i get to use one of these gadgets and knock it out of your hand. >> reporter: at uga, the selfie study's expected to wrap up next month, but it's unlikely to change the habits of many. >> i don't think it's nas cystic at all. it's normal. thunderstorm a really good hair day. >> it is. good for you. >> reporter: perhaps the motto of the digital age says to mine own selfie i will be true. >> i might grab a selfie with this guy right here. last time you were here, i rode you lie a pony. >> very enjoyable. it's so nice of you guys to put this graphic up just to make me feel at home.
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>> psycho. yeah, that's perfect. if the shoe fits, jim, join it. we'll show you why right after this. >> we've got jim carrey talking a very good morning to you. 8:26 now. i'm laura garcia-cannon. guidance counselors will be available for students at cupertino high school this morning. a big rig hit and killed one of their classmates as he rode his bike to school yesterday. he was in the bike lane when he was hit by a gravel truck. witnesses then flagged down the driver, who apparently didn't know what happened. investigators are trying to figure out if the driver may have been distracted. the crash happened yesterday morning. a check of this morning's commute with mike. >> laura, it's a tuesday, so we have a heavy volume of traffic around the bay. north 101 had a bit of a break for five minutes. look at your map. the entire south bay jamming up.
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880 at 101 just cleared. both sides slow for that commute. northbound, the bulk of your commute, typical for the silicon valley. both sides of the bay, very slow, and across the westbound 92 and 84. the bridges, very slow here. getting to the bay bridge, you're jammed up, but that's pretty good for a tuesday, no major incidents, just that build as you're heading westbound across that bay bridge. back to you. >> all right, thank you very much. we'll be back with another local news update in about half an hour. have a great morning.
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♪ 8:30 now, it's a tuesday morning. it's the 28th day of october, 2014. you never really know what to expect when jim carrey comes to our studio. and this morning, he is -- i'm not exactly sure what to make of that. >> he's having a little jim carrey fun. >> that's right. go viral or go home. >> exactly. as long as he doesn't say turn your head and cough. anyway, jim carrey starring in the sequel to "dumb & dumber,"
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along with jeff daniels. >> are we ever going to see you riding him like a horse? >> no. >> is that ever going to happen? >> put that in the vault here at the "today" show. >> there was a reason they asked me to bring it. that makes perfect sense. >> he's having a good time. >> a little return. >> no! they're still reaching for him. >> all right. >> how do we get together? >> hey. if you think that's scary, we gave natalie and jenna bush hager a heck of a scare. >> hi. >> at a fortune teller a few weeks ago. so how do we top that off? we sent them to one of the most haunted buildings in the country, of course. >> uh-oh. >> let us breathe. let us breathe. >> and if you're pressed for time during the week and really who isn't, cross in or off the worry list, ina garten is here
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with delicious meals that you can make straight ahead. >> all right. how you feeling? >> good luck with a check of the weather here. >> pretty good so far. you can't be too careful, though, right? >> no, you can't. >> i love being out there in these crowds. fantastic, hugging everybody. [ cheers and plauz ] >> let's check your weather. >> achoo! >> thank you. >> sorry. >> you missed a spot. let's check your weather, show you what we've got going on. halloween trick-or-treat on friday. devil's lake looks good, but it looks snowy around the great lakes. pumpkin center looking pretty decent. ghost cove, florida, thunderstorms. tombstone, arizona, clear skies. we're looking at mummy pass, going to be nice and fair. that's what's going on around 8:32. it's a cold morning out there, and that's because we have a cloudless sky to start the day.
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the coast entirely clear, bodega bay, ocean beach, not a cloud to be found. take a look at santa cruz, bright sunshine to kick off the day. temperatures, as a result, uniform, widespread 70s. 71 degrees on the east shore, san francisco at 71, as well. south bay will be at 75, and 77 degrees for the tri-valley. even warmer tomorrow, temperatures drop for thursday. rain moves in on halloween. and guess with a had what? we've got folks reporting from gannett. you'll be doing all the stuff for our fine gannett nbc stations. >> everything i'm getting is all up to him. >> matt? >> all right, al, thank you very much. got it. they're back, lloyd christmas and harry dunn, 20 years later, still dumb and funny as ever in the aptly named "dumb & dumber to." >> i'm sorry, your name is? >> i'm his associate, dr. christmas. >> ah, christmas like the holiday. >> no. like the tree.
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>> may i ask you a question, doctor? and i don't mean to be insensitive, but does the doctor have asperger's? >> probably. i know he doesn't wipe real well. >> jim carrey, goo will you? >> yeah, follow that. >> seriously. >> you told me the last time we were together that you had something in your original contract for "dumb & dumber" that you wouldn't do a sequel unless there had been incredible maturation of these characters. and the arc of their story line really evolved. >> yes. >> but was it the opposite? >> i just -- yeah. i just want to go to work. that's it. >> the farrelly brothers said they weren't trying to -- >> no, we tried to make the movie for ten years. sbroo what was the problem? >> i have no idea. hollywood slowed down, tried to figure out where it was at. i have no idea. it's a great idea. >> the farrelly brothers said they weren't trying to top the first one. what did you want? >> fortunately for us, people -- it has a dear place in people's hearts. so it's pretty hard to measure up to the thing that you grew up with. but i think we did a good job.
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i think it's going to be fun. >> you were in a hotel room. you watched the first one. >> yeah. >> start to finish. >> right. >> are you your own worst critic? when you looked back at it, was it still very funny, or did you start picking apart scenes? >> i can do no wrong. i can do no wrong. it's unbelievable. very, very loving to myself, accepting of everything i do. >> except you're known as a perfectionist. >> there's just one piece of hair sticking out. >> what's bothering you over there? >> i don't know, it's kind of cool, though. i like it. all righty, then. >> you are known as a perfectionist. >> yes. >> and it's been said that -- >> as you couldn't tell. >> it's been said that on a set, when you do a scene, the director yells "cut!" the crew can break out in hilarious laft ughter, and you d to think there's a bigger, better laugh in the next take. >> i will until they don't let me anymore. >> what is that about you? >> i like to go past the point of rehearseness and past the point of fear. you know, when you know you've
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got it in the can, then give me one more because i'm going to make a fool of myself. and generally, you know, nine times out of ten, you know, i try one more, just try to have something completely spontaneous happen, you know, maybe one or two times out of ten, it's something really brilliant. and the rest of the time i just kind of walk through the crew, and they put their heads down and avert their eyes and stuff like that. i don't mind that. i don't mind that. >> what's happened to these guys in 20 years? anything changed in their lives? >> yeah. harry needs a kidney. and that's the concept. you know, harry needs a kidney. he's got some problems. and we find out he has a daughter. so we go to look for the daughter in order to get a compatible kidney. >> when you put the wardrobe on, jim, did lloyd come right back? >> oh, my gosh, it was so much fun. i've got to tell you, the first time i saw in the rushes i saw lloyd and harry together again, it was like -- it was something warm that happened inside me. there was this feeling of, like, ah, they're back. i'm so glad they're back. because lloyd's not me anymore.
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lloyd has kind of taken his own personality on. he's a real person that doesn't exist in this body. >> it's always good to see you and jeff daniels together. i want to talk about something that happened last weekend. >> ebola? >> no. is that what you wanted to talk about? >> yeah. i do. i want to talk about ebola. first of all, you know, precautions. they should take precautions. you know, they don't want to get too crazy. you know, where were they in the first couple of weeks when those two doctors got cleared and they had a press conference and they were hugging everybody? i mean, they're hugging and they're high-fiving schoolkids and double dipping pita bread and hummus and stuff. i'm going, come on, do you really know this much about the disease? >> i was referring to "saturday night live," but that's okay, too. >> all right. well, that's catching on as well. >> you went back and hosted. were you nervous at all about that when you got up there for the opening monologue? >> well, you're always nervous.
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that's what makes you good. that's the fuel. you have to -- you have to get in there and put it on the line. but it's like old-fashioned television, man. it's the only thing like it. it's like your show of shows. it's like texaco theater, you know, it really is a throwback. and you really feel it when you're in that room and you're reaching sketches cold. you've never even seen the characters, never had time to read the sketches. it is so exciting. and from the third day on, you are not even in your shoes. they're pulling you out of your shoes to go places. you're not in control. it's a wonderful creative experience. and the cast is really talented. and the writers are young and healthy. i feed off the blood of the living, matt. >> i love the sketch about the carrey family reunion. what was it like to stand there and watch basically your comedic resume walking onto the set? >> that was very confronting. it was very confronting. halfway through, i went, i guess
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i did some stuff. it was kind of nice. it was great. >> i think that's the best line. i guess i've done some stuff. jim carrey, great to see you. >> thanks, matt. good to see you. >> "dumb & dumber to" opens november 14th. >> invite me on the yacht. >> it's not a yacht. >> that's not what i hear. coming up, the barefoot contestant saves you time in the kitchen with recipes you can make ahead of time. it's a little boat, actually. up next, natalie and jenna go in search of ghosts at one of the most haunted places in the world. but first, this is "today" on nbc. oday" on nbc. ♪ ♪ only one place helps you maximize everything in your life, everyday.
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back now with more of our halloween boo-nanza as we count down to friday. we love getting a good scare from our dynamic duo, also known as natalie and jenna.
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>> thank you very much. i appreciated it. we headed down to eastern state penitentiary to the heart of philadelphia. the prison is now a museum and one of the spookiest places in america. so, of course, we knew we were in for a good scare. quick warning, some of the images are scary if you have little ones in the room. eastern state penitentiary, a 185-year-old monument to crime and punishment. >> this is the world's first true penitentiary, a prison designed to make people remorseful. >> reporter: saw its first inmate in 1829, housing thousands of undesirables over the years, including villains like al capone. >> they gave him some special treatment while he was inside. >> reporter: with every cell designed for solitary confinement, prisoners spent most days in complete isolation. >> they thought it would bring out the best in people.
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today we know it was more likely to drive them insane. >> reporter: eastern state is believed to be one of the most haunted places in the world. >> gave you gloves so i could show you our death ledger. there's more than 1,000 names in this book. that's what they were in prison for and then the cause of death would be over here. b 5721, stabbed by another inmate. cause of death -- >> ooh, look at his eyes. >> scary. >> i know. >> paranormal researcher has spent spent many hours within the prison. >> death row, where they kept the baddest of the bad here at eastern state. if you're ready to get ghosty, i brought a bunch of little goodies here, gadgets. >> so you've heard creepy things among these walls? >> i've heard things that i can't explain but certainly sounds like words to me. go ahead and play this one.
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>> i killed her. >> i killed her. >> these are old-school spiritualist devices, rods. hold them close to the top. why don't you ask a question? >> spirits, please cross the rod and make yourself known. >> if you want us to leave death row, cross our rod. >> tell us -- >> oh, my god! okay. bye! >> sufficiently spooked from a possible encounter with a real ghost, we decided we were ready for a guaranteed scare with some not so real ones. night after night, thrill seekers flock to eastern state for one of the most elaborate haunted attractions in the country. >> okay, that's enough. >> terror behind the walls is ready for you!
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>> okay. >> i don't want to -- [ bleep ] [ bleep ] >> it's okay. it's okay. [ screaming ] >> oh, my god! oh, my god! >> where do we go? where do we go? okay. thank you. >> i'm assuming all the bleeping was pretty much you? >> no, it was natalie. >> natalie is not here to defend herself. >> but i do think they're trying to kill us. >> the rod crossing thing, is that real? >> the first time she was
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practicing the rods and they crossed and she said she felt -- >> chills? >> like something warm and chills. >> was she crying? what happened? >> she cried out of like laughter. we were both really scared. >> freaky, okay. >> the haunted house is fun. i don't know if i'll ever do a haunted house again. >> no, that's enough. >> they were touching my ankles. monsters. no, thank you. >> very interesting, jenna. thank you very much. spending time in the kitchen. bare foot contessa, ina garten shares her favorite make a
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back now at 8:48 with "today's" kitchen. this morning, we are cutting down your cooking time for dinner and party times with the help of the one and only barefoot contessa. her new book is called "make it ahead." good morning. >> good morning, hoda.
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>> you said one of the surprising questions you get is can i make it ahead of time? >> people want to make christmas cookies in july and freeze them and defrost them. you can't. but you can make the bread ahead. tricks along the way. >> you think for a lot of things it's better if i make it fresh right there. but you want to be enjoying your guests and not cooking all the time. >> exactly. >> you have three things we can make ahead. >> a pork tenderloin. i wrap it in -- i'm going to dry it a little, put seasonings like salt and rosemary and thyme all the way down. >> smells delicious. >> so it really flavors it. wrap the whole thing in proscuitto. >> looks delicious. >> tie it up, turn it over like this. and we actually have one already tied. >> okay. >> this is the key. you can make it ahead -- assemble it. put it on a plate. wrap the whole thing. put this one on, too. wrap the whole thing in plastic
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wrap. >> how long can that keep? >> a day or so in the refrigerator. >> cook it the night before and pop it in the oven? >> the final instructions on a post-it note. roast high temperature 20 to 30 minutes until the internal temperature is right. >> can we slice into that? >> i think we can. >> i think we need to see if this is any good. >> just like that. get you a little piece. just like that. >> while i'm tasting this -- >> no string allowed. >> no strings attached. i got you. oh, my god. >> it's so simple to do. >> heaven. >> i just did the whole thing. >> let's talk apple chutney. >> we serve it with apple ch chutney so it has that sweet and sour thing. granny smith apples in. vinegary thing, it's so good. sweet apples and vinegar.
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>> you pop that in? >> put it in the container, put the lid on. it's got to be like four or five days it can last easily. >> this surprised me. >> nobody likes mashed potatoes, right? >> how early can you make those? >> i make them in advance. mashed potatoes, yukon gold that i cook with garlic. i add garlic and herb goat cheese right to the thing. then i take it and put it in a -- >> look at that. >> big serving dish like this and i refrigerator it. and then, just before i'm going to put it on the table, i take parmesan cheese, sprinkle it on top and tut it on the oven. >> how long do you heat that up for? >> 30 minutes to heat up. >> does it taste the same as it would if -- >> so creamy. >> really? >> make sure you have enough cream, sour cream and butter in it to make sure it stays really moist. i have some over here.
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>> do you? >> after the cornbread. >> okay. >> i make cornbread ahead, too, which you think has to be made immediately. >> fresh. >> i wrap it in plastic and then i slice it and toast it. >> one piece at a time? >> or a whole sheet. >> i'm going to try that while we're here. ina, thank you so much. how many cookbooks is this for you? >> it's nine. isn't that crazy? >> of course it is. for recipes and tips go to our website today.com. thanks, ina. >> thank you. we're back but first this is "today" on nbc.
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hoda comes down from the cooking segment and gives us each a tiny piece. >> no, i'm done. >> that's okay. >> cornbread. >> delicious. >> i love that. i'll have another. >> so good. let's check out some birthdays with our friend, willard scott. hey, willard. >> and the m wrchltystic aquari. that's where we are this morning. lila, very exciting lady at 100 years old today. myrick is her last name. she is from terre haute, indiana. loretta knobelauch, 103 years old today. happy birthday. bless your heart.
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sweet as she can be. william and inez lewis, married for 76 years. how about that? they're from hazelcrest, illinois. and we wish them a very happy 76th anniversary. walter szuminiski from erie, pennsylvania, on the lake. 100 years old today. that's it. that's all for now. we will be back. don't go away. we love our berth days now. back to our friends in new york. >> willard, thank you very much. kids, you've got a lot coming up at 9:00? >> oh, my goodness. >> i can't wait. >> from "the blacklist," tom is back. >> al's bromance. taking kids to a fancy restaurant, how do you get your kids to sit up. brad and angelina took their kid to meet the queen. >> how do you do that? >> brad has advice on when they
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took their kids to meet the queen. of england. you looked at me l you're watching today in the bay. >> a very good morning to you. it is 8:56. i'm laura garcia-cannon. this is an incredible story. you might call it the circle of life. a sacramento doctor performing life saving surgery on the obstetrician who delivered him 45 years ago. robert kincaid on the left in this photo was born in 1969. he was delivered by the doctor there in the center. he recently had surgery at the
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same hospital to insert a new aortic valve for his heart. performing the surgery, dr. robert kincaid. the two told the sacramento bee their connection mostly by coincidence. another update in half an hour or so. hope you get a schans to enjoy your day.
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>> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's take" with natalie morales, al roker, willie geist and tamron hall. >> welcome to "today," it is tuesday morning, october 28th, 2014. a big, exciting crowd outside on a beautiful fall day here in new york. i'm willie, along with al and tamron. natalie is on assignment. what were you just telling us? >> how much we missed you yesterday. >> no, no. >> i just tweeted out a picture of ina garten. i told her upstairs i had been waiting to meet her. my dad pass add way six years ago and no one really knows how to cook in my family and i
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learned how to cook on the barefoot contessa books. unbeknownst to her, she was a cooking angel and she got all misty eyed. >> so if you could get a cooking lesson from ina garten -- >> are you kidding me? i did the whole new york hampton thing. not my cup of tea but only to go to every place she ever mentioned. i rented a car and kept going into places like kate's cookies hope ieg would run into her. >> so you love ina garten. >> if only ina garten were here. >> she's upstairs. >> if only she were here right now. >> if only we could get her to agree to -- >> i have a selfie. >> are you talking about me? >> oh! >> i have a great idea. come up and we'll cook together. >> are you serious? >> would i say that? >> i would love it. >> i have to tell you this
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story. it is a true story. my dad was an amazing cook. he cooked every meal for us. when he passed away, there was a christmas at our house and my mom and i were like, okay, what are we going to do? and i went to william sonoma and they said get the barefoot con tess camera book and you will not go wrong. i fail aid lot. >> but you learned a lot. >> you should see the things i throw away. >> i'll eat everything you throw away. oh, wow! >> we'll have a really good time. >> thank you. >> it would be really fun. >> everything you imagine, people on twitter. >> and so much better than a restraining order. >> bye. >> see you later. >> still have a week to go. >> i can't believe i tha just happened. >> so, listen, we had that set up. right before we went on the air, she is talking about, i just me% ina garten, tears in your eyes. she's going to take care of you, go out to the hamptons, hang out
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and she's going to teach you how to cook. dreams come true, tamron hall. >> i just tweeted -- that makes me so sad. i mean, it makes me happy. you know what i mean? >> tears of joy. >> what else is going on, willie? >> compared to that, i have nothing. >> i guarantee my mom is at home crying, everybody's crying. and i got tweets from everybody, did you meet her yet? did you meet her yet? >> you had your moment. >> i love you both so much. >> have fun with her. >> let's talk about other stories while you pull yourself together. >> pull yourself together, woman! okay, what's going on? >> by the way, this is never going to happen. >> oh, come on. >> don't undermine the story. >> let's get into it then. british company wants to get rid of windows on planes and replace them with floor-to-ceiling wrap-around screens. a mock-up of what it would look like. >> that's bizarre. >> continuous footage from
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outside the plane. it's all around you and it is what you would be seeing if you had a window but you don't. why do this? they say it reduces the weight of the plane so that helps with fuel consumption, make it is more fuel efficient. carbon emissions and all the rest of it. i want a window on the plane, period. end of story. if this does happen, which remains unlikely, they said it would be ten years at least before they could outfit planes. >> and my luck, you are in the middle and your screen doesn't work. there you are. >> but the walls -- >> wouldn't it feel claustrophobic? >> i would think it would be just the opposite, like wonder woman -- >> oh, the invisible plane! >> yeah. >> we didn't get our flying cars yet. >> you didn't get yours?
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>> no. >> al's is on bricks on the front yard. we're working on it. >> oh, man. so you may or may not know, angelina jolie was made an honorary dame by the queen at buckingham palace earlier this month, which is pretty cool. there's the picture. well, she was joined by brad and their six kids, from like 6 to 13 years old. in an interview with "hello" magazine, brad said they offered the opportunity to bring the kids, meet the queen and he said he had never seen them so still and respectful in his whole life. they're bowing, courtesying, saying, your majesty, an absolute delight. which i can relate. i mean, i've been fortunate enough to be to the white house under a number of different presidents and bringing my children. it's hello, mr. president. how are you? >> you take like one at a time. >> yeah. i don't take the whole brood. no. no. that would be -- i would be a nervous wreck. >> what's the go-to thing when george and lucy are not
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behaving, when leyla is being a teenager, what's the go-to thing you say that snaps those kids into place? >> there's a tone of voice. >> oh, it's a tone? >> it's like a marine -- >> you use the tone. if you have to move to the next level, it's the full name. >> leyla ruth roker! nicholas albert roker, get over here right now. >> and it works? >> most times. >> so you're like 50/50? >> if there's momentum going, they're going nuts, it's a little difficult. >> you can't stop that train. >> other times, they wrust turn t the lights out. >> dad, please, go on. >> that could go either way. they do exactly what you told them to do. my kids have never met the queen, nor will they. if they -- or you get a tantrum out of somebody. and i don't know what you do if you're in buckingham palace and there's a tantrum. >> or church. or wedding or anything like that. do you remove the kid? >> that's the mistake people make.
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they don't move the kid out. >> immediately. >> get out. >> move! >> parents at home, you're in church, at a wedding or sunday morning, if the kid starts crying -- >> get out. >> don't try to soothe them. get out. >> get out. then do the soothing. >> don't you want to tell them look at everyone else? >> no. >> no. >> you're ruining everyone else's experience. it's the biggest day of their life. get the kid out of the church. >> deborah and i disagree. leyla starts fussing and i literally grabbed her out of deborah's hands get out. >> where did you -- >> boom! >> fireman's carry. >> like a kid grenade. >> you've got a grenade. throw the thing out and jump on it. taking one for the team. >> use the #today's take. what's your strategy, stay in the room or leave the room? >> #stay in the room. #leave the room. >> perfect. >> get on that orange room.
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adam, are you getting on that? there you are, ladies and gentlemen. >> something else we're talking about, a candy controversy of sorts. >> oh, my gosh. >> believe it or not. >> willy wonka caught in a compromising position. >> do you give candy to teenagers who are kids not dressed in costumes? this woman wrote teenagers who showed up at my door with an attitude and no costumes get nothing. a lot of people think teenagers are just trying to hold on to a slice of childhood. that may be true. if it is true, show up with a costume and say trick or treat. >> amen. >> i am so on this person's side. >> absolutely. >> i got nothing for you, man. >> what's the controversy? >> some people think they're still kids. my wrorule is under 16 and then you're under a costume, 16, 17, 18, i'll give you candy. >> if you come in a costume you don't get candy? >> if you come in a costume,
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i'll give you a little bit. you won't get the good godiva. >> you have backup candy? >> oh, yeah. i have the elite stash when you come full costume and you wow me, that's the godiva. not that i don't love tootsie rolls but they're small. i'm not a fan of hard canndy, s i give that. i shouldn't say because then if your kid gets the hard candy at my house, you know. >> you open the door and say just a sec? >> no, i have three jack-o-lanterns, plastic containers behind the door. i hope the door. hey. and then i -- >> so it's a quick evaluation? >> boom, boom. >> you're getting a jolly rancher? >> you're getting a jolly rancher. tell your mom and dad to try harder next year and you'll get a godiva. that's how i roll. >> so, you're tough on that but you say keep the kid in church. >> i know. i said i wonder, these are the
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things -- one day i hope to have a little person that is my own. >> who will have experiences coming home with jolly ranchers. >> moving on. a photo we want to show you. a sea lion at a fish stand in the gualapagos islands. he wants to be served. >> nobody paying him any attention. it's normal. it's thursday. here's gus. >> it looks like he has legs. >> anyway, send us your double take moment with the #today's take. we put you to work. we want to know what to do with the kids. >> busy morning. >> they can't even watch tv. they're busy typing. that's great. oh, my golly. all right. we've got a line of showers and thunderstorms making their way through the center of the
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country. it is raining in indianapolis. storms will come to an end by the afternoon. by later in the day, clearing and 61 degrees. we have that risk of strong storms as that system makes its way to the east. western p.a., much of eastern ohio and parts of west virginia, damaging winds, hail. this thing pushes to the east. as it does, especially late tonight, it loses its moisture, its oomph. it dries things out. not such a bad day. up and right back at you, al. good morning to you. and perfection is what we are talking about in the bay area. ocean beach, just as clear as our camera from sunol. live picture here shows you little bit of haze, happy to report we have good air quality and temperatures just about perfect. warmer than yesterday by about three to five degrees. 75 for the south bay, the peninsula. 74 for the east shore and san francisco. as we get into tomorrow, warmest day of the week. low 80s in the south bay.
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>> he's engaged? that's fantast -- >> i gave you everything for nothing. >> nina! >> that was a gift from elton john. >> oh, no! eliza, good morning. >> good morning. >> that was a heck of a temper tantrum. >> yeah. just a normal day in my life so that's fine. >> i bet it was kind of cathartic to film something like that. >> it was great. the whole day of breaking things. >> that clip was hilarious. we haven't laughed that hard at a clip coming into a segment for a long time. this one is on you. how does it feel? >> well, now i'm freaked out. >> that's what i was trying to do, trying to make you feel uncomfortable. did it work? >> thank you. i'm going to have to leave now, go break things. no, it's exciting that. didn't sink in until we were
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midway through and it was like oh, okay. oh, i feel this pressure now, okay. and then i just kind of sunk into it. >> you have such an awesome personality. we were talking with you in the commercial break. you're like the girl everyone wants to hang out with. >> oh. >> i need to know if something i ready is true. did you really carry a picture of leonardo dicaprio around and say that was your boyfriend? >> i did. i did a quick flash of this is my boyfriend. >> why? >> when people do that fake police badthing? >> here's my badge. here's my leo. not that i couldn't get a boyfriend. >> just to be clear. >> just to be clear. i just really wanted to have leo as my boyfriend. and he didn't know about it. but we were very -- long-term relationship. >> so when you are in this
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world, tell us about the show itself. what happened with nina after that little thing we saw? >> well, she take ace bit of a turn and has to become a public defender. she has like a fall from grace basically where she's the big corporate lawyer and then she's -- yeah. a public defender dealing with not so glamorous stuff. >> look at the wardrobe changes. >> oh, yeah. >> when she becomes the public defender there. >> yeah. i still wear some nice stuff. >> you kept the nice stuff. >> i may have had to give up the apartment, but the clothes didn't go away. >> co-creator of the show wrote the part basically for herself, so how did it play out that then you got the role? >> i didn't know that going into it. when i found that out i was so honored and i was just like, that takes an incredible woman to be able to, you know, give over a role she had written for herself. and i just wanted to make her proud. that's what i did. i tried to, at least. >> i think you did.
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no question about it. great show. we're really excited about it. eliza, thank you so much. "benched" premiering tonight at 10:30, 9:30 central on our sister network usa. >> check it out. it's hilarious. good luck with leo, by the way. >> we're taking a break right now but -- >> especially now that yorge ges off the market. ryan eggold turned up last night on "the blacklist." but will he show up here? >> wasn't he supposed to be here? >> tle is. traffic -- were you really stuck in traffic? >> he ran. >> you walked? >> and the dog ate his homework. >> running. >> you could you used to sleep like a champ. then boom... what happened? stress, fun, bad habits kids, now what? let's build a new, smarter bed using the dualair chambers to sense your movement, heartbeat, breathing. introducing the sleep number bed with sleepiqtm technology. it tracks your sleep and tells you how to adjust for a good, better and an awesome night.
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welcome back. taking a look at the headlines, ten different brands of baby wipes are being recalled because of possible contamination with low-risk bacteria usually found in soil or water. they were sold nationwide at walgreens, walmart, family dollar and other stores. rash, and respiratory problems but they're not sure if they are related to the baby wipes, cuties. the most recent recall involves vehicles with air bags made by the tasm kata corporation. the air bags have been linked to four deaths in honda vehicles. if you're looking for a trustee set of wheels, consumer reports are out with the list of most reliable vehicles. lexus was number two. that means a toyota brand has led the rankings for eight years
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in a row. as for the least reliable? fiat scored the lowest. and walmart is apologizing after a section of its website was labeled, quote, fat girl costumes, dedicated to women's plus-sized costumes. consumers flooded social media with complaints. a company spokesman says he did not know or does not know what happened there. and a table tennis champion who spent his prize money seconds after winning it. zheng pulled off the upset to win the 2014 men's world cup in germany. instead of a conventional celebration he opted for a big, sweeping kick to the ad boards and also tossed his jersey into the crowd. officials fined him $45,000. that, by the way, the same amount he just earned for winning the championship. a different form of paying it forward. coming up on "tuesday's trend" make a breakfast you can grab and go in the morning. i'm so tired of yogurt and
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(vo) theraflu. serious power. you're watching today in the bay. >> good tuesday morning to you. it's 9:26, i'm sam brock. san jose state students remembering today one of their classmates who was killed by a car in front of his fraternity house. last night, dozens of fraternity members and friends held a memorial. he was struck sunday morning. also early this morning, a ventura county sheriff's deputy hit and killed by a hit-and-run driver. the deputy was doing a traffic stop on northbound 101, when he was struck by the car, which then sped away, but crashed a short distance later. the driver was taken into custody. the deputy has not been identified, but we know he was a 11-year veteran with the force. important recall to tell you
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about involving baby wipes. recalling all lots of its wipes due to a possible bacteria contamination in the packaging. customers can return the wipes where they purchased them for a full refund. we'll get a full check of weather and traffic after this break.
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welcome back now. the time is 9:28. these are your temperatures for today. really beautiful day. although you'll probably notice that it's about three to phi degrees warmer than where we ended up yesterday. tomorrow, we keep that climb coming in, then those numbers fall fast, as we head throughout thursday, into friday, with a storm system on the way, and this one is going to arrive and likely impact your halloween plans if you're trying to get outdoors. i'll time this out to your doorstep. today at 11:00, as we head through the weekend, clearing out. don't forget to fall back sunday at 2:00 a.m. here's mike and your drive. >> all right. hope it's a trick, not a treat. over here, south bay looking
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better, but slow in your major commute directions north 101, 280, 85. look over here, right around lexington reservoir, folks squeaking by on either side. this is not a major injury crash, but has a number of vehicles involved. the rest of your bay starting to move better here. 880 through oakland, as well as getting across the san mateo bridge, still have the volume, but moving better over to the peninsula. back to you. >> as long as you're not on 17, it's not a traffic tuesday. another look at weather and traffic in that minutes. we'll see you then.
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welcome back to "today," tuesday morning, october 28th, 2014. i'm willie, along with al and tamron. natalie is out on assignment. look who is here. ryan eggold joins us. what's up, man? >> how is it going? >> we want to talk to you about "the blacklist." there's a lot going on. >> you were supposed to be here earlier. it's 9:30. >> he was stuck in traffic. >> i'm here in new york time. >> you were in a taxi? >> traffic came to a standstill. i got out, running through the streets, shoving people out of the way. i punched a guy. >> he had it coming anyway. >> get out of the way, buddy. >> at the end of a romantic
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comedy. running through the rain. >> al roker on my mind. >> it's a love story at the end of the day. you know "fast and furious 7"? >> yes. >> a low-budget action film, six films later, highest grossing in history. trailer for "furious 7" will be released saturday. we have a trivia question for all you people. >> i think i know the answer. >> which location has not been featured in "fast & furious" film franchise? tokyo, london, new zealand or the dominican republic? >> i thought i knew the answer. now i don't -- i'm not confident. >> #orange room. we'll reveal it tomorrow. >> tomorrow, all right. have you got a check of the forecast? >> that's what's going on around good morning to you. 9:31 now. temperatures are chilly out there, but we're going to hit the 70s later on today. and that means a gorgeous
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rebound. almost 35-degree climb. from where we are now and where we'll end up. coming up today at 11:00, as you know, big game coming up tonight at 5:00. first pitch, giants are going to be taking on the royals, and i think weather is going to play a big factor. i'm going to take you through an in-depth analysis how weather is going to impact a world series today at 11:00. >> best forecast i ever did. >> the best in the business. one of the big story lines on nbc's big hit "the blacklist" was the disappearance of tom keene. >> fans of the show have been waiting for his return, wondering what happened to the secretive husband and the wait is over. >> we found out last night that liz keene has been hiding her ex. by why? >> i've answered all your questions. liz?
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you can't hide me forever. >> ryan eggold. >> steamy. intense. >> and beard. >> bearded. >> making a bid for no shave november. >> yeah, i know. it's already gone. we already took it. >> so, how much are we going to see tom this season? >> there's a good bit coming, yeah. yeah. >> and do we find out more about you? >> yes. yeah, absolutely. you know, what's exciting is it's kind of being weaved into the central mythology a little bit in terms of who this guy is and why he's there and some of the big questions of why did this whole thing start and why did red come into lizzie's life and all these things. one thing sheds light on to the other. >> do you get out of those chains eventually? >> i got out today. just for a moment. i'm going right back to be chained up. >> we were talking before you came on and said during some of the action sequences for this
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season, you were pretty sick. >> yeah. >> tons lighilitis and it takes little bit away from the scene. >> when you're throwing limp arms in people's general direction. >> sound effects. >> i do not believe that for a second. it make it is difficult, yeah. >> but you recovered. >> i recovered, yeah. i'm on my way. still got a little sinus thing, but i'm getting there. >> the secrets surrounding the script and what's next is monumental for this show z difficult to keep all the secrets? has it gotten more difficult with the popularity of the show? >> on twitter i don't say much these days. the whole thing about the questions and what's going to happen and who he really is and things. >> you can't keep ignoring -- >> i feel these questions and i can't answer them. it's frustrating. >> so, this show is all about secrets and true or false. so we've gone to the internet. >> oh, boy. >> oh, boy.
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>> we want to find out if this is true or false. >> oh, gosh. all false. >> true or false, your favorite james spader movie is "pretty in pink." >> that's true. james would probably hate to hear me say that but it's true. he's so terrific in it. it's such a great role. i love that movie. >> great call. >> and he wears pink in it. >> he does. >> look at spader. >> charming and villainous at the same time. >> kind of the same way he is on "the blacklist." true or false, your go-to karaoke song is "total eclipse of the sun." >> i'm completely terrified of karaoke. i almost never will do it. >> okay. >> but if i did -- >> bring out the machine. >> here we go. ♪ turn around >> oh! >> bonnie tyler would be proud. >> al breaks into total eclipse often, last week when there was a partial eclipse.
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>> that was once and it was for an eclipse, which gives you an idea how many times that happens. >> trying to get a duet going but you broke my heart. true or false, the scariest movie you've ever seen "the hills have eyes." >> that movie terrified me. i'm not a huge horror film watcher. i saw that one. and there's a guy who is eating the heads off birds and drinking the blood. it's demented. >> why did you see it? did someone convince you? >> a friend of mine had a part in it and i went to see it and i think i was wheezing -- weeping by the end. i think he was embarrassed he brought me. >> singing "total eclipse of the sun." >> throwing really weak punches. he was like, get us out of here. >> by the way, we canceled your car so can you just run home. >> "the blacklis" airs mondays 10:00, 9:00 central here on nbc.
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welcome back. this morning on my "tuesday's trend," i'm going to help you get a healthy breakfast. i was tired of yogurt, yogurt and more yogurt. i'm pretty much obsessed with two things, one was a green juice, that i've adapted from the vitamix smoothie. you put whatever you want inside and kind of go. i look real happy, right? the second meal i love is oatmeal. i've decided to try something different. a nutritionist suggest aid quinoa recipe and i actually loved it. anthony suggested sliced avocado half on a whole grain toast. peter tweeted us low sugar cereal with mixed nuts and st w
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strawbstraw berries and 2% milk. and mary i like low-fat english muffins with peanut butter and sugar-free marmalade. chef and author, candice. good morning. >> good morning, tamron. >> sometimes i mix in a little yogurt. >> looks beautiful. >> the quinoa recipe, a quarter cup of quinoa, half a cup of rice milk, cook it, dump in berries, cinnamon and put it in something like this, eat it going out the door. but on day three, i'm ready for something new. what do you have for us? >> so what i really love is grab a piece of foil. get your pancake from over the weekend. make a little pancake taco. this is a rip off a recipe my mom taught me. just take it, put your bacon,
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eggs, sausage or kale. >> if you're calorie counting, what do you do? i love that you have a hot dog. >> got to have hot dogs. get the metabolism up in the morning. you can do egg whites, mushrooms. aspa asparagus. >> they like bacon, eggs, pancakes. they want something that starts your morning off that feels comforting. >> why your right. you want complex carbs and protein to really get you going. >> what else do you have for us? >> little fritattasfrittatas to >> if you have cholesterol issues, you can go egg white. >> totally. kale, mushroom, onions. sun-dried tomatoes, full of lycopene. >> i'm walking out the door. so many people are dealing with the children.
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you don't want to stop and cook. >> you're right. we'll make this ahead of time sunday. you can go ahead and bake them up. >> perfect. >> we'll just combine our vegetables with our eggs here. >> i've had nothing to eat all day because i knew we were doing this segment. >> perfect. we're going to whip this together. it has to be hot. >> definitely spicy. i hear spice burns calories. >> it does. it gets your mess aplism up. we'll ladle this into your lined muffin pan. >> this is what they look like. >> totally. >> sprinkle cheese on there? >> little parmesan cheese, salad on the side. >> if you have time to sit down, great. if not throw it in a ziploc. kids like it too? >> take it out put it in the microwave 1:30 after they've been frozen and they're done. >> thank you. i'm so tired of yogurt every morning.
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you're watching today in the bay. >> good morning, everyone, 9:56. i'm scott mcgrew. one win away. a live look at at&t park. the giants, of course, going to have to do what they do best to win it on the road. they did it in 2010 in texas, in 2012 in detroit.
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now they are going to do it again in 2014 in kansas city. first pitch tonight at 5:07. on the mound for the giants, jake peavy. he lost game two of the series, but is hoping to make up for that bad outing in game six. peavy has been here before, won the world series with the red sox just last year. most giants fans, of course, will not make the trip to kansas city. watch party at civic center plaza tonight. let's get a check of the weather. >> gorgeous day today. temperatures in the 70s across the board, then the numbers climb even more so for tomorrow. by thursday, into friday, temperatures drop. we have got rain on the way for halloween and cold temperatures, as well. widespread showers. we'll time this system out for you, plus, your world series forecast coming up today at 11:00. stick around for that. first, here's mike and your drive. >> all right. look at this, christina. on the side of the road, flipped
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around, reported on the northbound side of 280, it's actually here south. see that on the sign, these folks are off the roadway. it's a distraction, but look at the map, generally slow through fremont, but extra slow just north of mission, instead of down here towards milpitas and 237. smooth towards the bay bridge. scattered crashes and incidents, but they are clearing from the roadways, except for this one south of the south bay. here's your south bay commute and here's the issue over the santa cruz mountains, right around the reservoir, still have a crash trying to clear, but both lanes are still affected. big slowdown coming up, but heading down to the santa cruz side, it's clear. back it you. >> mike, thanks. another local news update in half an hour.
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from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> hey, everybody. oh, my gosh. you made it to booze day tuesday. >> oh. >> for some people, that's a huge accomplishment, october 28th. >> we have a great show, do we not? >> amy poehler. >> she wrote a book. >> yep. >> and it is called "yes please." you'll like it because she's saying please and she likes to be polite. >> yes. >> she'll come talk about it. >> the new season and final season of "parks and rec," bummer. and kate mackinnon, cecily and
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emily bryant. >> they're crazy. >> elvis durant is back with his artist of the month. quick cab, you may know the song "liar liar," co-written by pharrell. >> a little bit of a chance of doing well. last night was one of the most glorious sunsets. indian summer in the northeast is about as beautiful as it gets when the foliage is at peak. usually there is so much wind in october, but last night we sat down on the water and it was one of those picture perfect -- i had a picture, but i forgot to give it to the producer. >> i keep taking pictures of sunsets and stuff because i look outside also off my little balcony and i take it. i have so many in my phone. i'm like, that one wasn't as good as the other one. it is fall. >> it is a result of that -- >> it is hot apple cider.
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>> this one has tequila, tequila, chili pepper. >> it does? >> lemon garnished with cinnamon dusted apples. how is it? >> really good. i thought it was just apple cider. i said to jerry, jerry, there is nothing in this. you told me no. >> really delicious. all right, so -- >> but thanks, jer. >> jim carrey was out early on the plaza. he had his way with some of the people outside. he put on a mask and was just sneezing wildly on people. he's just -- you know what, he comes to play. when he shows up, he comes to play, he's here for "dumb and dumber to," which is t-o, and had a fun time with matt. google it. or look it up. >> all righty. what's in your purse. we showed you yesterday the difference between hoda's purse and my purse. and we weighed them.
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and -- >> yours was ounces. >> in fairness, i did have a little fun with it, because i knew yours would be a bowling ball. >> mine was 12 pounds. 12 pounds and change. so people were -- people here on facebook wanted to share their purse stories. so donna recently emptied her bag. she found $134.73 worth of change on the bottom. >> can you imagine? i wonder what that weighed? how many pennies? that adds up. >> think about change, you don't have a coin purse and you dump it in there and that happened when i went to the airport screening and you go through and they go what is all that junk, what is that stuff on the bottom. >> aren't you ever embarrassed? >> there was a bracelet and blow pop and some change. marisa carries a huge jar of peanut butter in her purse. >> that's just smart. >> we would be friends. >> yes. bob says his wife used to carry a purse that weighed 30 pounds.
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you know how she knew that? >> she weighed it on a shipping scale at work. >> wow. i bet she's in physical therapy for the rest of her life. sharon always carries condiments in her purse. be careful when you say that. she said you never know when you're going to need ketchup. they're all like you. you carry coffee mate and ketchup. >> i need like the powder and they don't make it small enough. they have the packets, but do you know how many you have to put in your coffee? >> for the way you like it. >> bring the whole thing. anyway. >> what is the one or two things that you always, always carry? >> not the makeup bag or wallet? >> i don't carry a makeup bag, just lip gloss. i just don't need -- why do i need my foundation or any of that stuff? >> you never know. we're the people you never know. the ketchup, the peanut butter,
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we're like those weird people who -- string cheese. you never know. >> a dear friend who shall remain nameless, eva moore, and she is cody's godmother and she loves to go to africa. loves to go on safari to africa. you know how early you get up to go on safari? very early. eva would regale us with her stories of being in the bush. and stop it. one day, she said she gets up, i said how early do you get up? she said, 4:00, but i get up at 3:00. i go, why? she said, so i can do my fakema by the fire. i said, you're going into the bush, who do you think you're going to run into? she goes, last time robert redford. she ran into robert redford in the bush. >> he was there? >> so to speak. let that be a lesson to you. you never know who you're going to run into. >> put your makeup on. >> by fire light at 3:00 a.m. if
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you're out in the bush. >> got it. good to know. here we go. here are the statistics for you. you know how you see the christmas stuff, they call it christmas creep. 71% of americans are over it. they say it is -- we're not even at halloween yet and already there are christmas wrapping paper and stuff like that. >> most are very annoyed. >> you know who is not annoyed? >> unless -- ♪ a lot like christmas >> is that you? do you have your own christmas card? >> yes. unfortunately that's not what you hear when you go into a store. that was me. >> you got a good voice. yes, you do. >> i'm okay. i'm okay. >> you know the other -- the 30%-ish that isn't upset, they're young people, the millennials. >> they're excited. >> they don't care or they always had it their whole life, they don't even know the difference.
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>> they have their face in technology and don't even feel -- they never come up for air. >> you're right. >> or maybe they don't go to the drugstore, they just order it online. >> the thing i notice as i get older, which is daily, by the second, is that i just less clutter, less clutter all the time. you get rid -- all the time. now that the kids are older, i don't even -- we put white lights on our christmas tree. that's it. we don't even unpack the stuff that we put up for years. we don't do it. you know it just keeps it more -- >> it does. it lightens the load. >> how do you know? >> i don't know. >> you keep your christmas tree out in your living room all year round, which is actually smart. >> don't have time. for all of you who watch "the bachelor," do you remember juan pablo? remember how he met this woman and she loved him and he liked her, but they seemed kind of goo goo eyed over each other? well, here is breaking news. the two have called it quits.
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>> stop it. >> yes, they have. it is the end of it. so here's the thing, now this is what's weird. when you break up with someone, and everyone -- everyone hated juan pablo, by the way. >> he couldn't help himself with the way he acted and the things he said. >> he said i like you and he was being weird. after the breakup, she wrote on staingr instagram, isn't it pathetic how he wastes so much time on other people and he proves they weren't worth the time. and what did juan pablo write? >> sometimes you win, sometimes you lose. he was darn cute, which confuses women. don't confuse cute with good. >> you know what, you're right. and you forgive cute guys for so much more -- >> and there are so many great guys out there, really don't have it together lookswise, but
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they are awesome human beings. you got to give those guys an opportunity. okay. forget the juan pablos. look at dave. and jerry. >> they're all -- come on! please, one shot of one of them so we can show our people. >> show dave. he's adorable. >> we got to get one of -- >> he made my point. >> get a shot of dave. >> they're all cute. we love you guys. >> oh, yeah. >> sadly taken. >> tommy, are you taken too? >> yes, ma'am. >> taken to the cleaners every day. >> we have more talk ahead. >> she's hollywood's golden girl, comedian and actress amy poehler will have you saying yes please to her new project. >> and song is climbing the chart fast, that's where chris cab belong for very dry skin, basic moisturization isn't enough.
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big news. first of all, it is national chocolate day. which means no calories on national chocolate day. >> this is big news, you guys. here is something else. guess the new face of l'oreal is. here is a hint. she's over 60. >> it ain't me. >> she's almost 70. 69-year-old helen mirren. this is such -- >> gorgeous. >> awesome news. this is a picture of her from her first campaign. she said i'm not gorgeous, i never was, because i was always okay looking and i'm keen to stay that way. >> she said it is okay to celebrate your age, instead of promoting an anti-aging method. >> mark jacobs signed 65-year-old jessica lang to star in his ad. there is a trend that is afoot. >> yes. a lot of people -- women say they start noticing they're aging around the age of 40. and if you ask them, when do you think you were the most
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beautiful, they say 28 or 29. well, renee zellweger, there has been way too much controversy about her face, i think, the last couple of weeks. she's a beautiful woman. whatever she wants to do is her own business, but now there is a new photo of her going viral. i don't understand. >> she was working out and she went out -- snapped by the paparazzi with her hair -- >> she looks fantastic. >> can i tell you, anyone shot leaving, going to or from the gym, please, you know? >> you haven't been to the gym in a long time, because you've been working -- next time you go to the gym, take a picture of yourself. you're not supposed to get all froufroued up. >> i think that's interesting that women start to feel their age when they're -- they start to see it when they're 45. >> they say they don't start to feel their age. they start to notice the changes around the eyes and the mouth. >> look at some people who are 45. here is jennifer lopez is currently 45. this is a picture of her. >> yes. we have checked and she is
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flawless. >> jennifer aniston, 45. >> haven't seen her live in a long time. but every picture of her is drop dead gorgeous. >> here is us at 45. you know what, that was unnecessary. >> you know what? >> you look great. >> that was one good night i had. >> that looks great. >> my gosh. thank god there are a couple of good pictures out of the millions i've taken over the years, that was a good night. >> julia be roberts was speaking at an interview and she said she turns 47 today, and she said she's taking a big risk in her career by not getting a face-lift. >> i think she's taken -- having a face-lift is a big risk. because you have no idea, even with the best surgeons, they can't guarantee the results. and she's a beautiful woman, people would be every bit as upset if she started looking different. let's just age not gracefully so much, let's age gracefully. >> i like that. every day you're here, thank god
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you get to live to be 80 or 85. >> i can't stop looking at the ladies of "snl." they're just standing there. i don't know what they're doing and i don't care. i just like that that's what they do. >> no cameras on them, that's what they do when no one is paying attention. >> okay. we -- >> on the show. >> i'm so excited we have all the ladies from "snl" here. amy poehler has a book and the three ladies are celebrating 40 years of "snl." we have to do "the voice." last night there were those battle rounds, okay. in case you missed it, this is, i think it is team pharrell. yes. it is luke versus taylor. taylor is the one in the vest. let's take a look. ♪ you're a rich girl you've gone too far ♪ ♪ your thoughts don't matter anyway ♪ ♪ you can rely
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on an old man's money ♪ ♪ you can rely on an old man's money ♪ ♪ it's a shot in the dark i'll make it ♪ ♪ you can't change it when i am with you ♪ ♪ there's no place i'd rather be ♪ ♪ no place i'd rather be ♪ >> okay. >> that seems equal to me. >> i'm taking the guy not in the vest. i'm picking luke. >> i'll take taylor. i think they're very similar. >> let's see what happens. >> the winner of this knockout is luke. >> luke is the winner in the knockout. moving on -- >> which one was luke? >> we forgot. we have no memory. >> which one was which? the guy in the vest won or the guy not in the vest? >> well, one of them won and one of them -- >> they're both still on the show. okay, i can't -- >> if you think we're funny,
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>> i like to drink my wine before i eat my bagel in the morning. >> how easy it goes down. >> by the way, how much fun is this book to read? it is full of comical anecdotes. if you wonder what goes on behind the scenes -- >> a lot of good "snl" stories in there. we talk about who smelled the best. who danced -- antonio banderas. >> he does smell great. >> what does he smell like to you? >> he smells like the future. no? >> if you're lucky. >> he smells like zorro. >> he does. he smells like zorro on a good day. >> a story that started off sad but got really funny with jon hamm. >> yes, my obgyn, bless his heart, amazing doctor, passed away the day before i was due and i was really pregnant and i broke out into tears and jon ham was hosting and came up and put
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his hands on my shoulders and said, you need to pull it together. it was funny. i believe going from laughing to crying that fast or laughing to crying that fast adds a couple of years on your life. >> absolutely. he's such a lovely guy. >> he's a doll. >> what i really appreciate about the book too, you manage to be very entertaining and funny and all those things, but it is not mean spirited. not at anybody else's expense. >> oh, good. >> we live in a mean spirited world today. >> i agree. i agree. i'm not really that interested in that kind of stuff. that's not my jam. so i was interested in writing a book about somebody be who felt like the squeeze of doing a lot of things at the same time and then so i kind of take it from the middle, someone with a street level perspective of their life so far. >> i like when you say when you were doing stand-up in chicago and you said you got up on stage and you were so nervous, that you think sometimes your true personality is the one that comes out? >> yes, i was improvising and
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sometimes you just -- your first instinct is not your best. >> what did you do? >> you first start improvising, you end up being dirty and silly and, you know, negating what your partner does and all that stuff. you learn, you get better hopefully. >> i think that's some of the greatest training possible. >> yes. >> it is all that's left anymore. >> it was so many great people there, steve carell, stephen colbert and farley and mike myers. >> we talked about your professional life, your family, your parents, your brother, you guys are all such fun. >> hi! everyone has flowers in their hair, they're dancing around some kind of pole. >> you have like who is funnier between you and your brother? >> my table, you had to keep up. you had to be a quick wit. >> amy, we're happy for you. >> thank you, guys.
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and for grandpa moving in with us for a few, uh, months. he's such a wonderful role model for little jimmy. and, uh, i think we're all very excited. [ male announcer ] kraft macaroni & cheese. you know you love it. [ male announcer ] kraft macaroni & cheese. (boys screaming) totino's pizza rolls... ready so fast, you're watching today in the bay. >> good morning, everyone. 10:26. i'm scott mcgrew. bart looking for your input to ease over crowding in san francisco. almost half of bart riders use both embarcadero and montgomery stations. some ideas include new side platforms on both sides of the
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track. that upgrading elevators and escalators and installing sliding doors next to the tracks. bart representatives will be at both stations this morning and tonight to get riders to fill out a survey. the university announced last week the comedian bill maher would be the graduation speaker this fall, but because of controversial remarks he made about islam, some students trying to get him removed from the ceremony. an online petition already has about 2,000 signatures. we'll check weather and traffic after the break.
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welcome back now. i'm meteorologist christina loren. temperatures today mostly in the 70s. a gorgeous day shaping up. it will be warmer than yesterday. noticeably warmer, then warming up more so for tomorrow. by thursday, temperatures start to drop. we bring in rain. as we get into your halloween, a lot of the heavy moisture is slated to come through during the evening hours. now today at 11:00, i'm going to help you dodge the showers if you want to get outdoors on halloween. there will be opportunities, just depends where you live. more on that in our midday broadcast. first, here's mike and your drive. >> conference going on here, joined by chp, southbound 880, so the map shows you that's where the slow section is. that remains for the morning commute, south bay, as well as the peninsula continues to recover. no problem towards the bay bridge, where we have a mild
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backup as you look at the bay bridge toll plaza, just over to the right, you have the most traffic. back at the 11:00 a.m. join us for the big show. we're back with more of "today" on this booze day tuesday, ready for elvis durant's artist of the month. >> today we're meeting 21-year-old singer/songwriter cris cab whose song "liar liar" was co-produced by pharrell. >> it is the first single off his debut album "where i belong" and you belong right here. >> yes, you do. >> with elvis. >> hey, elvis. >> hi. >> how did you find this cute one? >> well, 30 million people have seen "liar liar" on youtube so far. with 30 million people watching your video, there is something going on. cris comes to us from miami, working with pharrell, out on tour, they did like 20 dates together. >> how did that come together?
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you and pharrell? >> he lived in miami now for 13 years or so, and, you know, just one of the great legends of miami and small enough world, friend of a friend introduced us and we hit it off. he's been a mentor. >> how old are you? >> 21. >> do you hear the smoky voice? >> yes. >> a lot of late night shows, talk shows. >> how do you get up and sing the next morning? >> he's young, baby. >> he's 21. >> all right, you're going to sing for us. >> this is "liar liar." let's bump it up to 40 million views. >> all right. >> it is cris cab. take a listen to this. >> take it away. ♪ into the nighttime
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she's burning ♪ ♪ never know which way she's returning ♪ ♪ and i still know the pain ♪ ♪ she brought me live one day ♪ ♪ she was always somewhere behind me ♪ ♪ know there was something she was hiding ♪ ♪ but now i found the truth ♪ ♪ the thing she'll never use ♪ ♪ liar, liar she's on fire ♪ ♪ she's waiting there around the corner ♪ ♪ just a little air she'll jump on you ♪ ♪ it's a quarter to midnight and she's leaving ♪ ♪ just when she thought i was sleeping ♪
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♪ and i could not believe the things that i had seen ♪ ♪ liar, liar she's on fire ♪ ♪ people say she might burn you ♪ ♪ last thing she'll burn you ♪ >> awesome! >> so great to see you. thank you, elvis. nice job. >> great. >> we laugh with the ladies of "snl." >> live from new york, kate mckinnon, aidy bryant and cecily, right after this. [ woman ] i've had it with my moderate
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think about this, all the best comediennes you've known over the past four decades and a lot have hailed straight from "saturday night live." >> now in its 40th season, over the years "snl" always delivers the laugh, sometimes makes you think and occasionally makes fun of us. we forgive them, not really. >> three of the most seasoned talented cast members are here. they are kate mckinnon, aidy bryant and -- >> cecily strong.
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>> just watch. >> little baby aidy. >> we're home for the holidays. >> and this year we brought our boyfriends home with us. >> just because we're back in our mom and dad's house doesn't mean we still can't get a little nasty. ♪ >> i love that. >> they're here. >> ladies, welcome. >> nominated for an emmy. we >> they can't say it, but i can. >> seriously? >> the writing was, we did not win. we did fly to l.a., but we did not -- we did not win. >> so it is a big, big year for you. do you feel any additional pressure this year to be super duper funny? >> yes. >> well, we don't want to, you
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know, let the show down and so, yes. >> or be unemployed. >> or that. >> it happens sometimes. >> that's right. >> everybody who ever has played hoda has been -- >> she's terrified that keenan will. >> all of you at some point, you get on the show, people would love to have your jobs. how tough was it to land a spot on "snl." we'll start with cecily. >> i just didn't -- i assumed it wouldn't happen, the whole time. and didn't want to think about it as a possibility until it happened. >> okay. >> but i was with aidy. >> we had the whole journey together. >> we were traveling together from chicago to new york, back and forth and doing, you know, meetings and auditions and it was stressful, but helped to have a friend there, you know?
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>> in chicago, like what is going on? >> what about you, missy? >> look-see. i was very much destitute and unemployed for ten years doing comedy and then in the span of a few days all this happened, miraculously. but there was a big old buildup to it. >> there was? >> i keep thinking, i think of all the characters you do. who is your favorite? ellen, who -- >> oh, my goodness. well, i mean, they're all so different. i like doing justin bieber because i like to -- and ellen just because i like to have short hair so i don't have to fuss with it. they both have short hair. that's fun. >> what is the key to doing ellen? >> just kind of jumping around and i did watch one of her stand-up specials, i would say i watched it about 75 times, so it is in me and in my brain. >> what is the key to doing
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sofia vergara? >> like i said, i'm not -- impressions terrify me, so i probably -- my neighbors think i'm insane. i spend a lot of nights at home like -- is this it? making weird noises and recording myself. >> do a little -- >> that was awful. that was not -- >> i wear a lot of smoke and mirrors. >> what is lorne like? >> whoa, good. >> thanks for giving me that one. yeah, very nice, very cool. love him. no, he's great. he's great. and he's very -- he's always giving stage advice. you're, like, taking and being, like, okay, i have to do this, i'm going to do this. >> when you think about the people that left "snl," jimmy fallon hosting "the tonight show," seth, just everybody,
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tina, amy poehler, everybody, i mean, this must be a ticket to ride to have this job. >> it is amazing to be part of, i can't believe it. i wake up every day and say what the heck? how and why and where? >> what has been the hardest character for you to -- >> i think -- for me, it is anytime you are assigned an impression that is, like, 1:00 a.m. on saturday, yeah. >> you got to come up with it. >> like rachel maddow the first year. >> 1:00 a.m. on saturday, the show is already over. >> but i'm saying saturday, but it is friday night. i'm just saying, like -- >> i get it. >> i never do it. i just did it for the first time. >> do you crack each other up? how do you stop from breaking up on the set or do you let it go when you feel it? >> i feel like in dress rehearsal, we let it out a
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little bit more to try and -- and then for air we try to lock it up. >> cecily always is constantly trying to break me. she's, like, poking me. >> i can look you in the eye -- >> you have to be fearless. comedy is hard. and you can't he has tasitate w. you have to give yourself to it or it is not going to work ever. >> that's true. that's an amen. >> amen. >> cheers. >> thanks, you guys. great to see you. "saturday night live" when? >> "saturday night live" right here on nbc. >> the ladies of "snl"! >> now time to get cooking with comfort food that feeds your appetite and your soul, right after this, everybody. ...and tkind of like you huffing sometimes, grandpa. well, when you have copd, it can be hard to breathe. it can be hard to get air out, which can make it hard to get air in. so i talked to my doctor.
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time to take you into today's kitchen and get you to cook with us. grab your ingredients because we're making the dish that you voted for.
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>> consider tonight's dinner taken care of. we have authentic down home recipes with the modern creole spin from chef tonya holland, author of the new cookbook "brown sugar kitchen". >> that's a perfect name. adorable. >> we're making some gumbo. >> we're making gumbo. this is a louisiana tradition. >> of course. >> my mom has three sisters, all their gumbos are different. >> everybody thinks theirs is the best too, don't they? like thanksgiving stuffing. everybody's is the best. >> i like my aunt maxine's. don't tell my mom i said that. i like to roast garlic to bring out the sweetness. >> you don't cut it down too much? >> no we're going to just squeeze it out of the skin here. we'll do this. put this in the oven at 350 degrees like that. >> that's it? >> boom. 45 minutes, you're good. this is a roux which is a base of a good gumbo. and, you know, in new orleans, they say, are you catholic?
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who's your mama? can you make a roux? >> in that order. >> it is a mixture of oil and flour. it has to be done slowly, slowly, slowly. >> like curdle. >> yes. >> it will burn. >> how long will that roux take? >> this can take up to an hour, yeah. it can take longer, just to get the color you want. you want a caramely, almost peanut butter color. so here we have our trinity, the base of a lot of creole cooking. green peppers, celery and onions. delicious base for the gumbo. now after i cook it down and let it soften, we squeeze the garlic in there, like that. >> look at that. >> isn't that beautiful? >> and smell it. it smells sweet. >> a little -- a little crunch. then we add chicken stock. and then we'll come over here.
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>> making vegetable stock, if you're doing a vegan thing or something like that? >> you could, actually. just add the okra to make it vegan. you can add tomatoes, do your own thing. you can add tofu. we have some pulled chicken, some fresh shrimp, also -- >> we throw that -- we add green sassafras and creole spice, a mixture of cayenne, paprika, all this good stuff. and this is the final product. >> that's it. >> a bowl of rice. >> big, beautiful -- >> cook it through. parsley. >> i don't see a spoon, but we're going to use this big one. >> i'll get you one, hodi. >> try this. >> they lock everything up. >> it is good. try it. >> nobody trusts us. >> there you go. >> is it so good? >> i'll try it, i'm double dipping with your spoon. >> this is great. anytime of year, we have it in
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the restaurant pen ymenu, all y round. this is good for vegan. this is our kale and sweet potato hash. nice side dish. great for a group. and then we have our herbed mushroom spoon bread there. >> what is herbed mushroom spoon bread? >> leftover corn bread and then a custard and mushrooms and -- >> no milk or dairy, right? >> not vegan. vegetarian. >> they're all delicious. you can find all the recipes on klgandhoda.com. >> this is so delicious. thanks so much. we're back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc. >> i love this.
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coming up tomorrow, the lovely fran drescher stops by with chicken soup. >> plus halloween fun with the game of who knew. and wait until you see what we're handing out. a surprise we don't even know. >> tomorrow is world stroke day. we'll have information that could save the life of someone you love.
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>> have a great booze day tuesday. guess what tomorrow is? >> what? >> you know, hoda. >> wines day wednesday. >> bye, every
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nbc bay area news starts now. >> right now at 11:00, the anticipation is building. we are just hours away from another possible giants world series title. the game is in kansas city, but there will be plenty of action here in the bay area, as well. thanks so much for joining us. i'm kris sanchez. >> i am scott mcgrew. janelle wang is in kansas city with the team. christina loren is tracking the first pitch forecast. but first up to the plate is nbc bay area's bob redell live in san francisco. >> bob, the fans are arriving already, right? >> reporter: they are getting a lot of stuff set up here at the civic center in downtown san francisco. good morning to you, scott a

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