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commute as you see from the live shot of 101. not as bad as the other four days. >> thank you very much. that's what's happening "today in the bay." we'll be back with you at 7:25 with more. good morning. pressure rising. good morning. pressure rising. the nfl under fire once again as while the patriots quarterback repeatedly denies his involvement in the scandal. >> i didn't in any way. >> here it comes, the powerful winter storm set to barrel up the east coast delivering a dangerous mix of snow, ice and rain. new denial. prince andrew addresses accusations he had sex with an underage girl but will he respond to those startling allegations under oath? >> and mind blowing. >> goes to my brain, to my heart
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and just goes ka-blewy. >> what has this guy all worked up? something that will bring back great memories for all of aus, friday, january 23, 2015. afrnlts 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 friday morning. that little boy reminding me of a young willie geist in some ways. >> same reaction still to what he's talking about. he'll explain. >> we'll tell you what he is talking about. meanwhile, everybody is talking about deflategate. >> we heard from brady and belichick yesterday. trying to take the air out of the scandal. think of the puns i could have made. >> they are on line. you don't have to look far. let's get to that. it's our top story, the deflategate scandal.
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new questions are raised after both new england coach bill belichick and tom brady spoke out denying knowing anything about underinflated footballs. peter alexander is outside in foxborough with the latest. good morning to you. >> reporter: matt, good morning to you. neither the wicked genius coach or the quarterback tom brady has been able to silence the skepticings. yesterday in the news conference brady surprised a lot of people saying as of late thursday, four days after the scandal broke he still had not been contacted by nfl investigators. with the pressure on the patriots mounting, three-time super bowl champion brady forced to play defense. just days after laughing off the controversy. >> would you care to weigh in on that? >> i think i heard it all at this point. >> reporter: brady was hit hard with tough questions. >> can you answer is tom brady a
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cheater? >> i don't believe so. i mean i feel like i've always played within the rules. >> reporter: those answers didn't quiet critics including several former players. >> i did not believe what tom had to say. i don't believe there is an equipment manager that would deflate a ball without the starting quarterback's approval. >> this is unbelievable. for you not to know what you touch every play. >> we have cooperated fully, quickly, and completely with every request they made. >> reporter: brady's denial hours after coach belichick said he was smocked to learn his team was playing with underinflated footballs. >> i have no explanation for what happened. i don't have an explanation for what happened. i don't have an explanation for what happened. i don't have an explanation for what happened. >> inside the locker room brady's teammates have rugged it off. >> do you have faith that the golden boy quarterback tom brady
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had nothing to do with this? with the nfl review still ongoing the patriots say they are cooperating, still unanswered, how it happened, and who is to blame. >> it's not the most difficult job that the officials have to do prior to the game. the referee will look at that football and he'll do the hand feel and make sure that it looks good. but it's not a very difficult or time consuming project. >> reporter: after a half hour the patriots star tried to put deflategate in perspective. >> this isn't isis, this isn't you know, no one's dying. >> reporter: so it's unclear whether the nfl will wrap up its investigation and frankly, unclear whether or not any one will be punished as a result of deflategate. the fay tree yots leave new england, head to arizona on monday. >> thank you. mike is a columnist and writer for the new york daily news and author. good morning to you. >> good morning, savannah.
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>> i want to talk about the nfl and its failure to pick up the phone and call tom brady. let's look at what brady and bell acheek said. as far as you are concerned did they do anything to help themselves? is what they are saying about this plausible, credible in your mind? >> i actually found belichick more plausible even though it was a kaz of plaudsible deniability. i talked to a famous coach last night who said that he had never asked a question in his career about air pressure in the balls even though the coach told me how they used to work these balls over once they got them. the brady thing was sketchier because he told you that he's presented these footballs, i can't believe that we're actually treating a bag of balls like a national obsession but he gets these footballs 2 1/2 hours before the game, they are exactly right. he doesn't want anybody to touch them, then once the game starts he can't tell the two pounds has come out of these footballs. but does that mean he orchestrated this thing?
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i can't say that. >> do you think this is a case where as we now know about tom brady he likes to have his footballs a little deflated where he lets the ball boys push it to the line, and then perhaps some other factor, like weather came into play and now you suddenly are below that threshold? >> you know, i was thinking that this may be a little like bridgegate. could we say that chris christie ordered those lanes closed on the george washington bridge, no, we can't. but could somebody on the staff have thought well, this is something tom might like me to do because we know how he likes these footballs to feel. yeah. but again, we don't know what the nfl has learned. and just because they haven't talked to brady yet he may be the last guy they talk to, and when they do talk to him, he might be the same guy that we saw yesterday which was one of the great quarterbacks of all time, looking like he was running to be class president. >> let me pick up on that. i think that was, if there was sen stunner out of the news conference that no one from the
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league had even so much as made a cursory phone call to brady himself. i get it, maybe they want to do an investigation, they are going to get all of their ducks in a row. not even picking up the phone saying hey, what's your side of the story, what do you know about this? >> i don't know how this thing is laying out. they may be talking to everybody else that they can talk to with the patriots, before they get to brady. and then we may find out what happened. and here's the thing, savannah. even in a world where we pretty much find out everything we want to flow about everybody, and we're having an unspoken thought it's against the law, we may never know exactly how this happened because everybody may do what brady and belichick did and say i have no idea how the air came out of these footballs, so apparently the only thing i conclude is these balls deflated themselves. >> okay, one last question though. i think what people are wondering about the nfl is are they trying to slow walk the investigation to get them past
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the super bowl? >> they needed this story like a hole in the head after the year they had with ray rice and adrian peterson and all of the heat that goodell has taken. do they want this to spill over into super bowl week, probably not. i keep thinking this may be wrapped up by the weekend. but you know, i'm an optimist. >> mike lumica, we always think of you as an optimist. always good to get your perspective. >> thanks. in other news the fate of two japanese men held hostage by isis is uncertain this morning. the terror group threatened to kill them within 72 hours, if a $200 million ransom was not paid. that deadline passed overnight. richard engel is nbc's chief foreign correspondent. good morning to you. normally in the past we have heard from isis. unfortunately, seeing video of what they have carried out. is it unusual that we're hearing nothing this morning? >> reporter: it is not that unusual, in fact.
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isis has always made good on its threats in the past, but its timing has not always been specific. in fact, with the american journalist steven sotloff there were deadlines not met. ultimately he was killed. what we've seen with these two japanese hostages is that the kidnappers made an outrageous demand, asked for $200 million and said they want to be paid within 72 hours. that's impossible almost under any circumstances, especially when japan made it clear it has no intention of honoring this demand. we're learning a little bit more about the two hostages themselves. one of the two japanese was a self-styled security consultant, he decided to go to syria, to find a job, to change his life. he had had a divorce in japan, he had a suicide attempt. he's been described as something of a lost soul. the other hostage was a friend
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of his, a journalist, and experienced journalist, who decided to go into syria to do reporting but also to find and rescue his friend. now the two men have their fates intertwined. >> ironic twist. richard engel on this story. thank you very much. here at home wide area of the east is bracing for a treacherous combination of snow, ice and rain and al, we could be seeing substantial travel problems over the weekend. >> that's right. into the beginning of next week because there's not one but two storms. here's what the storm left as you got out of new mexico and on into texas. we're talking about upwards of a foot or more of snow causing treacherous travel. here's where we stand now. the system itself is going to be making its way through the south. we've got heavy rain. we may be seeing severe thunderstorms as we go to the map, show you what's happening. atlanta, they have heavy rain, probably airport delays this morning. rain right through the early afternoon hours. this system now pushes up out of
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the gulf and comes out into the mid-atlantic. so, by 6:00 tonight we're starting to see precipitation make its way into washington. this blue line is the freezing line. that's the rain/snow line. it intensifies friday night. rain, sleet and snow along i-95 corridor. saturday snow in new york so we're going to watch this as it pulls away, wind gusts are going to increase, off the new england coast. could be up to 50 miles per hour wind gusts. heavy rain to the south. look for 3 to 6 inches of snow, new york city 3 to 5. bangor, maine snowfall amounts 6 to 9 inches and then another system clipper comes out and by monday morning we could be looking at more snow from boston down to washington, d.c. >> we don't need it. thank you. willie in fortunately this morning. willie has the latest on the death of king abdullah. >> i do. funeral services being held for saudi arabia's king abdullah. the 90-year-old died thursday
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after battling pneumonia. u.s. leaders remembering him for his efforts to modernize the country and as an ally in the fight against terrorism. at home in saudi arabia his legacy much more complicated. aimen, good morning. >> good morning. yes, saudi arabia is the world's largest producer of oil and the birthplace of islam. to say it's an important country in the region and to us at home would be an understatement. that's why the death of the saudi monarch is sure to have implicationings not only on the kingdom but for us back in the u.s. who takes over next is just as important. this morning saudi arabia is grieving, mourners paying final respects to king abdullah and the house of the royal family. the anoujsment was made on state tv. king abdullah, the saudi monarch and one of america's closest arab allies died after a recent illness. president obama described him as a leader who was always candid and had the courage of his convictions.
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at home, he pushed through economic reforms and tried to modernize education. opening the kingdom's first co-ed university. a close u.s. ally king abdullah was instrumental in supporting america's invasion of iraq during the first gulf war. former president george h.w. bush calling it quote a moment of unparalleled cooperation between our two great nations. in the early aftermath of 9/11 saudi arabia doubled down on its relationship with the u.s., becoming a key ally in the u.s. war on terror, and has been a lasting relationship through the obama administration. but some critics said american praise went too far for an absolute monarch who ruled undemocratic kingdom with a poor human rights record. president obama criticized taking this bow when he came face-to-face. the relationship has been challenged. king abdullah increasingly concerned about the u.s. nuclear
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negotiations with iran, saudi arabia's regional enemy. he was also frustrated the u.s. didn't do more to stop the blood shed in syria's civil war. the new king will have to deal with two major threats to the kingdom, to the south al qaeda in the arabian peninsula is a force that wants to top tl monarch and they aren't the only ones, to the east in iraq is the group isis which wants to overthrow the kingdom. >> thanks a lot. the president of yemen has resigned under pressure from rebels, this complicated american efforts to combat al qaeda in that country. and raise fears that the arab world's poorest country may fracture into mini states. the prime minister there has stepped down. the massive fire at a complex in new jersey has been determined to be accidental. maintenance workers making repairs accidentally sparked the blaze with a blow torch. wednesday's fire consumed the complex that sits across the hudson river from new york city,
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forzing residents to evacuate. took more than 15 hours for crews to contain the blaze. >> a duck shot by a hurnlter in washington state has tested positive for h5n1 bird flu, a relative of the virus that killed 400 people. it's the first ever seen in the u.s. it does not appear to have infected any people or even domestic poultry but does show that wild migratory birds can carry dangerous virus here. >> and if you think you've seen parents get intense at a kids sporting event wait until you see this. it happened in york, pennsylvania during a girls hockey game. watch the dad on the left coming up to the glass, gets up after a penalty is called, smashes his hand through the glass. it shatters and falls onto the ice. if you listen closely you can hear someone in the crowd yell way to go, paul. splashing the glass. the man has been banned from that arena.
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apparently they said his wedding ring hit the glass just so, broke his ring, broke the glass. >> ridiculous. >> we've been there. i have been to little league games where parents get out of control. >> it's insane. thank you. >> mr. roker. what do you have? >> way to go, al. tell you what we've got. go to the map. a lot of wet weather in the mid-atlantic states, gulf coast as well. sunshine through the central plains, light snow up through the central great lakes, a real wintry mix moving into the pacific northwest. look for sunshine and 73 in los angeles. we'll get to your local forecast coming up in the next 30 seconds.
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7:17. good morning to you. i'm meteorologist christina loren. in san jose 36 degrees, meanwhile in the north bay it's chilly out there, 40 degrees for us here in the south bay. weather headlines tell the story. chilly to start, really mild to finish running about 10 to 15 degrees above average. now big waves are going to develop over the weekend. we have a high surf advisory up and down the coastline and we'll see some warm temperatures squl into the mid to upper 70s saturday and sunday. >> and that's your latest weather. >> thanks very much. news this morning on the measles outbreak tied to disney theme parks in california. health officials are rushing to stop the spread. hallie jackson is in anaheim. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, matt. and this morning disney is
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monitoring about 100 colleagues of the workers who have been infected with measles here and offering free vaccinations to all park employees. california public health officials stress if you've been immunized this park and places like it are safe. if not or if your child is under a year and too young for the shot, you may want to think twice. for these disneyland visitors the trip's all about mickey, not measles. >> we made sure she had her vaccine. >> it has some staying away. >> we were going to take our son who is only 8 months old so he hasn't been vaccinated. >> we don't want to put our son in jeopardy. >> we decided to wait until things calm down, i guess. >> reporter: disney is now offering free measles shots and immunity tests to all its park employees. after five workers came down with the disease in california, part of the outbreak now linked
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to arizona, along with colorado, oregon, utah, washington, and mexico. california public health officials emphasize it's not just disney, airports, malls and other parks or tourist attractions can be risky for people who are not vaccinated. the contagious virus can survive up to two hours why doctors recommend getting immunized. >> the vaccine is safe. and it's clear you can protect your family and yourself from getting the measles by getting vaccinated. >> reporter: experts say that's the best way to keep the happiest place on earth healthy. even adults who have been vaccinated have some concerns about catching measles. that's because many of us born between 1957 and 1989 only received one measles shot, not two. that's still very effective, experts say check with your doctor if you are concerned. you could get a booster. guys. >> incredibly contagious. >> thank you very much.
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>> turn to carson. the internet had things to say about deflategate yesterday. >> first of all the internet is 12 years old. belichick, brady, give their press conferences. >> so are we. >> right. it's the internet, you, all of you cared about were balls. tom brady's, and footballs, how he handles them. we're a class morning show. we're not going there. oh, no. so the policy went to today.com. i've only seen it 10 times this morning. go into the orange room. bill achicago throws -- tom might have more to say how he likes his footballs. tom doesn't say a lot. to some of your comments. i heard both press conferences, i somewhat believe belichick but i didn't believe brady. julia writes it hasn't been proven they are the ones. brady and belichick both denied it. here is the question.
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do you think bill belichick knew. we'll have results pretty quick on this. >> i know you and willie were talking about this. somewhere there is a ball boy who may be interesting to talk to. >> i agree. you get the idea that maybe tom or somebody went to them said hey, but that remains to be seen. i don't know. we'll see what happens. >> can i get a slow clap for carson. keeping it classy. well done. >> thank you. >> thank you very much. coming up on "rossen reports" distracted police officers causing accidents. what should be done about this when you consider all the technology they have in front of them in their cars. >> a very public denial from prince andrew as he speaks out for the first time about the sex scandal surrounding him. first, on a friday morning, this is "today" on nbc.
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and a good friday morning to you. 7:26 um april' sam brocking. breaking news from san francisco stephanie chuang joins us live from ingelside where police in the midst of a now 14-hour standoff stephanie. what can you tell us? >> reporter: good morning, sam. we've been here for about four hours this morning. the only thing that changed is the lighting. it is very light out now so it's actually that sort of peach colored house there, where squad cars had been putting sort of spotlights on it earlier. man inside we understand after 6:00 last night a family argument escalated into a barricade situation. police believe he locked himself in the room and may be armed. at some point last night police were able to get a phone inside
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that building and have been waiting to see if he might make contact with them the hostage negotiating team is on scene as well as patrol officers but no movement. back here live we've got some shift change happening but no movement again and will be closer to near grafton and ashton and bring you the latest as we get it. live in san francisco, stephanie chuang sam back to you. >> all we can hope for is a peaceful resolution here. thank you very much stephanie. as you see from the live shot today has officially broken in san francisco in the bay area. let's check in with meteorologist christina loren and find out what's cooking outside. >> happy friday sam. temperatures chilly out there, you need a coat but something you can peel off later on as temperatures approach the mid to upper 60s. still running 10 to 15 degrees above average and the warming trend continues over the weekend before we get a little bit of shower activity as of next tuesday. more on that in moments. first here's mike and your drive. >> look at the video we have from earlier this morning, all
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the firefighters and the coroner had to do an investigation. it was east 508/14 on our maps. we're getting word the lanes should be reopening any second, if it not in the process of reopening as we speak. expect it to clear up after the deadly crash and investigation have cleared through san leandro. the rest of your bay a very light friday commute, building for the south bay. back to you. >> good to have an update. thank you very much mike. we'll see you again with more updates including what's going on in san leandro, in 25 minutes.
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7:30 now on this friday morning, the 23rd of january 2015. we are gearing up for snow here in the city across the northeast. going to be a headache for travelers. we'll check in with al in a little bit to get the scoop. >> all right. >> good to have you along on a friday morning. >> let's get to some headlines this morning. addressing his team's deflate-gate, new england patriots quarterback tom brady claims he didn't alter footballs in any way. he added that he hasn't been contacted by the nfl regarding the investigation. that has caused some people to criticize the league. saudi arabia's king abdullah is being remembered for his efforts to reshape that country and bring peace to the middle east. he died thursday at the age of 90. funeral services were held this
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morning. officials have determined the cause of a massive fire at an apartment complex in new jersey. they say it was accidentally sparked during plumbing repairs. the intense flames destroyed hundreds of units and permanently displaced about 500 people. coming up in just a bit on "rosen report," the new look at dangers of distracted driving, police officers causing crashes. do they now have too much technology in their cars to keep their eyes safely on the road? let's start this half hour with the scandal surrounding prince andrew. speaking at an event in switzerland he directly addressed allegations he had sex with a woman when she was only 17 years old. keir simmons has the latest on this. keir, good morning. >> reporter: matt, good morning. no doubt prince andrew's statement was short and simple, but it was extraordinary to hear a member of the british royal family refer to allegations like these in person. i think i must, for the record, he said, refer to the claims
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being made in an american lawsuit. prince andrew did make an unprecedented statement last night repeating denials he had sexual relations with a 17-year-old girl. >> firstly, i think i must for the record to refer to the events that have taken place in the last few weeks. and i just wish to reiterate and to reaffirm the statement which has already been made on my behalf by buckingham palace. my focus is on my work. >> reporter: former british prime minister tony blair and gordon brown were at the event standing side by side with the prince who left still not answering questions. >> reporter: sir, the woman at the center of this -- >> reporter: the woman from florida is seeking to join a
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lawsuit against the u.s. government after a plea deal was reached with prince andrew's former friend, jeffrey epstein convicted of soliciting an underaged girl for prostitution alleged that epstein served 13 months of an 18-month sentence and is now a registered sex offender. she alleged epstein paid her $15,000 after she had sex with prince andrew. legal experts say his statement may not be the end of this scandal. >> u.s. lawyers will say, look, he hasn't made a statement under oath, he hasn't dealt with the detailed allegations. from his point of view, he's made two statements through buckingham palace and an on-camera denial. >> alan, good morning. good to see you. >> reporter: yesterday epstein's lawyer alan berkowitz talked about the claims and called them lies. >> do you know her? have you ever seen her? have you ever met her? >> i've never seen her, never met her, and i challenge her to come on your show and repeat her allegations on television.
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>> reporter: and there is even speculation over whether prince andrew might have to make a statement under oath if a u.s. court demanded it and, matt and savannah whether he might be advised while this legal process continues not to travel to the united states. >> all right. keir simmons, thank you very much. let's get a check of the weather from al. >> we were talking about that second system that's going to come after the one we've got that's going to affect the northeast in the next 24 hours. here it comes. this will be about 1:00 saturday. it pushes its way out of the dakotas, making its way across minneapolis and chicago sunday afternoon, snow spreading from chicago all the way into central pennsylvania. again, that warm front pushing in. then by monday morning look at this, you've got snow making its way between new york city, washington, d.c., so your morning commute from chicago, cleveland, on into washington going to be a little rougher with about 3 to 6 inches of snow, 1 to 3 inches generally around the northeast. that's what's going on around
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happy friday, bay area. 7:34 is the tile. the sky over san jose nice and clear. your temperatures are going to be really warm out there today in the mid to upper 60s, all across the board, with warmer conditions on top for this weekend, up to 76 degrees on sunday in the south bay. you're going to hit about 72 degrees meanwhile in san francisco. so your weather headlines tell the story. chilly morning, mild afternoon. we have some big waves on the way this weekend. we'll tell you more about this in moments. and that's your latest weather. >> al thank you very much. just ahead, johnny depp gwyneth paltrow and paul bentney in a game "never have i ever." we'll play our own version coming up. don't shake your head willie. it's on. it's happening. and exposing an unexpected danger on the roads. >> reporter: hi. i'm jeff rossen. coming up cops distracted behind the wheel.
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correspondent jeff rosin has the story. >> good morning to you. police officers are brave and heroic doing so much for us every day, and they are being asked to do more and more. consider this -- you and i would get a ticket for driving while talking on a cell phone. it's of course dangerous. but cops are exempt from those laws. in fact often required as part of their jobs to talk on cell phones use their police radio, even type on a computer all as they drive. and the results can be tragic. officers plowing into families because they're distracted and so much of it is caught on police dashcam. austin texas, a police officer driving in his squad car. what you can't see, he's using his police computer and right here runs a stop sign. slamming into a man on a motorcycle who was seriously hurt. cot anl grovetage grove, minnesota, this officer on his computer too, when he turns in front of an suv. >> i got to go.
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>> reporter: an in tarrant county texas, this police dashcam video when the officer checks his messages online and speeds through an intersection. [ bleep ] all across the country, horrific crashes with distracted officers. [ bleep ] losing control. kim lost her two daughters when an illinois state trooper plowed into them. he was responding to a call at 126 miles per hour talking on his cell phone and using his police computer. this is all that was left of the girls' car. they were killed instantly. >> this crash was completely preventable. i had absolutely no idea that a lot of police officers have more training with their firearms than they do with their driving but yet they drive every part of
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their job. >> reporter: the trooper pled guilty to reckless homicide and reckless driving, lost his license, and can never be an officer again. but in many cases it's not the officer's fault. cops being asked to do so many things at once and experts say the brain isn't capable of it. >> my patrol laptop patrol radio, the light and siren box right here. >> reporter: not to mention your cell phone. >> personal cell phone and work cell phone. >> reporter: officer dion mason of the spokane police department took me on a ride-along. >> there are times we're going to a call where we're having to talk on the radio and read the updates in the calls that are on the laptop. >> reporter: while you're driving. >> yes, sir. >> reporter: sounds dangerous. >> it can be. >> reporter: any close calls? >> a few of them downtown. >> scary. >> it can be. >> reporter: new research is under way to figure out how to keep officers and drivers safe. >> what you want to do at this
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point is follow this car ahead of you. >> reporter: washington state university professor brian vila is one of the world's leading experts on distracted police driving. he's using this simulator to test officers' eye movements and reaction time. >> this is great, jeff. >> reporter: today he's testing me first without any distraction. >> all good so far. >> reporter: all good. then the common police distraction. >> hit the start button at the top of the screen. >> reporter: using the on board computer computer. >> you're out of the lane now. >> all right. okay. wow. >> you've just run off the road. you've spun out. >> reporter: when we review my eye movements on their high-tech software you can see why. that green line marks what i'm looking at. >> watch how long you're looking at the computer screen here. one, two, three, almost four second your eyes are off the road. >> reporter: is that enough to cause an accident? >> enough to cause a hell of an accident. >> reporter: and police officers are being asked to do this every single tay. >> every single day.
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>> so what's the solution here? here's the takeaway for you. experts say they could change the position of the equipment to make it easier to use, for example, raise the computer up so the officers don't have to look down as far as you saw me do. the computers can automatically shut off when the police car goes over a certain speed, say 15 miles per hour. another idea from experts, put two officers in every car, one to work the equipment, the other to focus on drive, and some departments already taking action here. in ft. worth, texas, our nbc station kxas reported on this issue and the police department have there has changed its policy. officers no longer allowed to use their computers at all, guys while they're driving unless it's an emergency. >> the two-officer solution would seem to be the best but that's incredibly costly. >> lelsz officeless officers in less places. >> thank you very much. coming up on "trend,"ing," why is this little boy all fired up?
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and rang ler slept the whole time. what did you think about the press conference yesterday? do you think bill belichick knew about the deflated ball? 70% yes, 30% no. more disbelief on tom brady's story, 77% saying yes, he knew about it. keep those comments coming to the facebook page and of course we'll keep our yay on this story. and wrangler. >> do the ball thing you just did. >> here we go here we go here we go. >> wait for it. just like -- >> 15-yard celebration. carson thank you. coming up look who's here. this is ryan seacrest the very busy ryan seacrest visiting us in studio 1a. and then one of the most beautiful and photographed women in the world, naomi campbell shares six things you can do each day to get that runway-ready look. first your local news. you owned your car for four years. you named it brad. you loved brad. and then you totaled him. you two had been through everything together. two boyfriends. three jobs. you're
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good friday morning to you. it's 7:56. i'm sam prok. we're following breaking news still in san francisco this morning, that is where a police standoff continues in its 14th hour. it's been going on since about 6:00 last night. this is in ingelside neighborhood of san francisco. it's also where police got a call about a domestic disturbance there as we said about 6:00. they say a man locked himself inside of a room of a house, and then indicated that he had a gun, which police have not confirmed. s.w.a.t. team was on scene for some time but has since left the neighborhood. at one point police threw a phone through a window in hopes of just talking to the man. traffic is again tro valley y, where a fiery crash left one person dead. all eastbound lanes were closed for more than three hours. two cars were involved in that crash and two other people were injured. let's shift gears and find
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out of course on the precipice of your weekend here what's in store for the next couple of days. christina loren joins us. >> looking through the rose colored fwlas eded glasses of a friday. golden gate bridge showing now fog this morning. temps way above average, typically in the upper 50s this time of year. instead the upper 60s today. then as we get into that all-important weekend, hopefully you have the days off. 73 degrees in the south bay, up to 76 degrees by sunday and yes, a little rain in the way on tuesday morning. first here's mike and your drive. >> 880 jamming up at high street. looks like something's going on but nothing reported. look at your map 880 slows a bit around the coliseum and westbound through oakland but eastbound the earlier crash cleared so is the slowing through san leandro around 238. the south bay northbound route slow down. things are bogging around north of the airport. there's some debris in the roadway around 237. back to you. >> okay we focus our attention now to a usual culprit, 101 on this friday mike thank you very much for that. we'll see you again in 25025
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minutes with another update of local news, weather and traffic. see you then.
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>> happy birthday. >> coming up we have big stars in our studio. ryan seacrest our pal is here in the orange room. supermodel naomi campbell. >> i just saw somebody on the plaza. wrangler is starting to get signs. also coming up get your questions ready. we are here to help you save more and get more organized this year. and you want to get organized because valentine's day is coming up. if you want to pop the question we want you to do it live right here on the plaza. go to today.com and share your love story and we could give you a special moment in the spotlight. >> we had some interesting moments like that over the years. >> we certainly have. >> we had a couple that went not as planned. >> they said no? >> horribly wrong. >> yeah. we will not have that this year. let's go inside with the check
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of the top stories with willie. >> matt, good morning. with the super bowl one week away, the distraction by deflate-gate gets bigger. we have correspondent peter alexander with more on the story. >> reporter: the wicked coach bill belichick nor tom brady has been able to stop the skeptics. tom brady surprised people saying as of late thursday four days after the scandal broke, he hadn't been contacted by nfl investigators. he was peppered with a barrage of tough questions. >> can you answer right now, is tom brady a cheater? >> i don't believe so. i feel like i've always played within the rules. >> reporter: it is unclear now when the nfl will wrap up its
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review. its investigation into this. unclear if anybody will be punished as a result. willie, the patriots head to the super bowl in phoenix on monday. >> all right peter alexander in foxborough, massachusetts. a messy weekend for a large portion of the east coast. the storm made its way in the texas panhandle before making it east. people in boston and washington are expecting delays and treacherous roads. the king send out a new tweet. sing salman said pray for king abdullah. he asked for divine help. king abdullah was one of the allies on the war on terrorism, but an absolute monarch. florida senator marco rubio is staking steps to signal a possible run for the 2016
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presidential nomination. rubio hired a power house as financial director. he is visiting several voting states next month and is skipping other events to raise campaign cash. the video of the helicopter rescue of fishermen as the boat sinks the coast of scotland. the men jumped free of the vessel. three had to be treated from hypothermia hypothermia. security cameras caught the robbery suspect more than we wanted to see. she lifts a large rock to hit the window and her shorts go down. what a way to rob with a giant rock. after she smashes the glass, she has trouble reaching over the top to grab the loot. she takes a few items.
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i'm glad we were able to show that on a continuous loop. let's get another check of the weather with al. i could have gone all day without seeing that. i don't know about you. we have some lubbock, texas nurses. all right. which hospital? >> university medical center. >> you want to say hi? >> hi everybody. >> that is original. hi, everybody. let's show you what is going on right now. we are watching the heavy rain coming out of the southeast. this storm system will make its way up the coast. we start with sunshine in d.c. rain changes to snow. we have warm weather in central florida with highs in the 80s. 20s in northern new england. we show you what is happening for the day today. icy mix in the pacific northwest. a lot of rain in mid-atlantic
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8:06. happy friday, bay area. you made it to the end of the week. and boy, we have a warm weekend coming your way. 68 degrees for today in san jose. 67 in san francisco. but look at the climb as we get into your weekend. expecting to break temperature records all across the board because we usually do not get this warm in the middle of wintertime. 71 by monday. good thing is winter returns by tuesday with showers on the way. more than that in just moments. and that's your latest weather. >> al, thank you very much. coming up next on trending as a member of our team ever used a celebrity to get out of a speeding ticket. in honor of ellen, we are playing a revealing game of never have i ever. savannah. i'm here with ryan seacrest and model naomi campbell. we are catching up with naomi
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we're back at 8:11. it's a great time for what's trending today. ladies and gentlemen, i think for the first time ever -- are you joining us for "trending" for the first time snfr. >> first time. >> thanksgiving. matt brought in his silver. >> it's the good stuff. >> all right. well first up -- >> that wasn't awkward. >> ryan, i was so excited you were here i was speechless. when you were kid, were there
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certain things you hated to eat? >> yes. >> and are there things you used too to hate you now like? >> yes. >> i like that you're doing this as a spontaneous question with all this stuff here. >> a psychologist at the university of pennsylvania is diving into why our tastes change over the years. social pressures might be to blame but also the more we try something the more we may grow to like it. we have two things we have in front of us one thing we hated as kids and love now and the other we hated as kids and still don't like. carson. >> a a kid i loved escargot and now it grosses me out. >> you loved escargot? >> how do you get that as a kid? >> some place in l.a. my parents would take me to and i'd sit at the bar and eat escargot. i loved it. now it's kind of gross. sliver something i never liked, eve on the this day. >> those leaves? >> i don't even know what those are. >> it's a garnish. >> mine was -- this was not exactly what i had in mind. i meant like a steak -- fish in
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general, like a nice steak of salmon or something like that. didn't like it. now i eat fish all the time. always loved tuna fish. >> somebody prechewed it for you? >> all the time. spinach, still don't love it. always tastes like hot dead lettuce to me. >> this didn't turn out the way i wanted either. i hated olives my whole life. i've come to like black olives. i like green olives. the smell emanating from my plate, blue cheese. i never liked it. i got me some blue cheese for christmas last year. cover that up. >> as a kid, i hated lima beans. i still hate lima beans. as a kid i hated brussels sprouts. i could live on brussels sprouts. >> i'm with you on that too. >> i adore brussels sprouts. >> wrapped in bacon. >> oh that. >> as a kid -- >> what is that? >> i hated beets. and now i like them. i really do. and as a kid i hated invisible
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food. and i still hate invisible food. >> this is going well. ryan. >> let's see. okay. as a kid i hated raw carrots and i still don't love them. as a kid i hated licorice. i was not a big fan. >> really. >> especially black lish rischcorice. it's still like eating plastic to me. >> still don't like licorice? >> doesn't do it for me. >> gets in your dentures too. >> right. got to pull it right out. >> nice to be here right? >> great to be back. how is that green olive? >> pretty good. >> i thought you pulled it to give it to her on the way out? >> i thought it was pitless. as we mentioned, the nfl mired in yet another controversy, there's a new clip this morning giving football fanls to really laugh about. it's called "bad lipreading." it imagines what players are really saying on the field. take a look. >> wah! >> this is hysterical. >> holla. we going to ball. better get down going to dance,
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good friend. jabba jabba. >> all i know is this is the bad guy and this is the good one. >> move. >> that guy bumped me. >> so you're saying if you don't like her then you buy a girl a second-hand handbag? >> i think my face is happier fuzzy. >> i wonder how much do i offend you? >> friend of mine know i don't like you. >> oh, that's nice. >> she's so pretty! you guys don't have a problem with this? >> on for like four or five minutes. it's really well done. >> remember your first kiss how special it felt? no? >> yeah. >> special to all of them you guys. probably you can relate to this little boy featured on "america's funniest home videos." take a look. >> hi. this is griffin. this is amazing. i got my first kiss today. and it's just so mind-blowing that i can't just feel -- oh.
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it's mixed up in my head and heart and when she kicks me -- kisses me it's so -- it goes to my brain, it goes to my heart. it just goes to my brain so much. it just goes kablewie. >> just wait, griffin. >> segue. >> what's wrong with you? >> really? seriously. >> i'm sorry. >> i'm just glad it was you. all right. everybody knows this game called "never have i ever" right? >> perfect transition. >> ellen played with the stars of the new movie "mortdecai," johnny depp and gwyneth paltrow and paul bettany. she got some surprising answers. then we'll play. >> never, ever have i been arrested.
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never, ever have i joined the mile high club. never ever have i seen one of my "mortdecai's" co-stars naked. >> all right. let's try our own version. you're an honorary member of the team now. >> honesty makes the game fun. just going to say that. go ahead. >> you were expecting people to lie? >> yes. >> here i go. never have i ever had a sexy dream about one of my co-anchors. >> what? okay. somebody's being honest. >> i'm actually offended at this on behalf of every woman on this cast. really? never? >> not yet. i mean maybe tonight. >> you're plik my sister. >> what do you say? >> maybe. >> thanks al.
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>> never have i ever used my celebrity to get out of a speeding ticket. really? >> no. >> you haven't? so good. >> i have. >> did you have to say anything? or did he pull down the window oh you're ryan seacrest. >> strangely enough i happened to be driving simon cowell's car at the time a long story, but i have. >> escargot with 5-year-old carson? >> simon was in the trunk and -- >> i was borrowing it. >> never have i ever been drunk on the air. drunk on the air? >> i love it. i love the honesty! >> the "today" show. >> 2015? >> within the last 15 years. >> within the last 15 minutes. >> no. >> say more about that. >> never -- no. it was a long night. never have i ever seen someone on this panel naked. >> unfortunately. >> who? oh you two. >> each other. >> oh.
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>> i've seen al. several times. >> several times. we weren't at work. >> all right. >> look at the time. >> of course can't have ryan stop by without talking to him a little bit. first of all, what's happening? 14 seasons of "american idol." >> yep. back again this season. you go out around the country and think to yourself maybe no one will show up no good talent will come out, but still, you know once again, there's new crop of great singers. >> can i say something and i mean this and i'm not just blowing smoke, you look as good today as you did 14 years ago. you haven't aged a bit. >> thank you. >> you haven't seen him naked. and neither have i. >> thank you. >> do you still find the level of talent is as good? in some cases it was probably going higher for 14 seasons. >> it's just different. you can attest to this as well carson. i think the talent is very very savvy and they know more coming in than they've ever known before because of the access to everything. >> the "idol" story on is one of the greatest stories of all
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time. it's paved the way for general ris like "the voice" to come on. what you've been able to sustain, even one day a week the numbers this season are fantastic, people are watching the show and excited by it. good for all of us. >> goold for. numbers are going up. >> and your judges. >> harry, jennifer keith, they get along, they have a good time they're always cutting up. that makes such a big difference on the show so we're excited for the live episodes on the way. >> must be gratifying to watch somebody like carrie underwood become a megainternational star based on your show. >> so interesting like kelly clarkson she has babies family carrie awards they grow up quickly but -- >> they could be judges on the show. >> they could be soon. >> and j. lo doing a tv show. >> "shaldsdes of blue. "she plays a gritty undercover fbi agent so right after she finishes "american idol," a scripted series for nbc, she comes to new york to shoot that. >> what a great actress she is. >> 50 shades --
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>> no. "shids of "shades of blue." >> different show different network. >> good to see you, buddy. >> up next beauty secrets from back with our special series "model behavior." we eert getting the most beautiful women in the world to share their beauty secrets.
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beginning with supermodel naomi campbell. she's dominated the industry since getting her big break at age 15. she's graced the covers of more than 500 magazines, made history as the first black model to appear on the covers of "time" and french "vogue." nearly 30 years later still on top and looking gorgeous. great to see you. >> you look amazing. just had a baby. >> thank you so much. we're here to get all your secrets. well beauty secrets i guess i should be more careful, because really a lot of people think okay it's all genetics. is there also an aspect of the way you live life, what you're doing that also helps you keep that youthful look? >> i think you definitely have to maintain and you have to do everything in moderation and so my first thing in the morning is warm water with lime juice. >> that's tip number one. drink warm water, lime juice. first thing in the morning before anything else. >> clean your stomach, whatever you've eaten the night before. i actually became a vegetarian not planning to become one two years ago. i went to a spa and just juice
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for ten days and i wasn't able to ever eat meat again after that. >> warm water. why warm not cold? i always drink cold water. >> never drink ice water ever. it's a bit shocking on the system. >> is that why we don't look like twins? i should have been going for that warm watt they are whole time. you also say breakfast of champions is juice. >> yeah. for me because it's -- you know, it's just like everything green, and, you know, a little bit of green powder inside. you need to keep your colon clean. it's very important. it's an extension of life. >> you don't mean orange juice. green juice. >> i don't touch orange juice. green juice like cucumbers, celery kale, you know everything green. >> okay. sounds good. >> a little bit of pepper. >> you do say must do exercise. yoga and pilates. i love yoga. it's not hard to do. >> i didn't like yoga for many years. i only got into yoga in 2012. i thought it was a fad. i couldn't get it. i went to india for a month to
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study and finally it's about the body mind and soul. and i loved doing it for the mind. it completely just accidentszenaccidentszens me out. >> and pilates also good. >> absolutely. stretching is important. i danced for many years so it's like pilates just elongates you and keeps you toned. >> tip number four easier said than done eat everything but in moderation. >> in moderation yeah. women, we should always be careful of mercury and lead in our bodies. yeah i mean i don't eat every single thing. i don't eat chicken. i don't miss it. i'll never eat it again. >> you said 1999 you told "playboy," i never work out, i drink, i smoke. we have to change that i guess. >> well i do still smoke. i haven't given up cigarettes completely. it's a disgraceful habit. >> it's hard to give up.
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>> yeah i eat chocolate when i want to. i don't starve myself for things that i want, yeah. >> your must-have beauty product moisturizer. >> absolutely. hydration mask on the plane. >> and drink a lot of water too. >> when you're sleeping, you say you want to drink a lot of water but you get there and you get the box of it. >> finally keep style simple. don't try to overdo it. >> no. not with makeup not with hair not with clothes. >> and we see you on "empire." you have a recurring role. >> i have and it's great to work with all of them terrence howard richard pryor, his new film. >> off lot going on. "empire" wednesday nights on fox. great to see you. thanks for the scoop and the tips. >> you're welcome. >> let's send it over the matt. savannah thank you very much, and naomi. what's what's going on in your neck of the woods with the four js -- jean jill jenna, and joy. if you're having trouble with your new year's resolutions they'll answer your "start today" questions. we'll get to those.
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it's egg:26. i'm sam brock. we had tragic news this morning. one person is dead another critically injured after a fiery crash this morning on interstate 580. this happened a little after 4:00 a.m. in the eastbound direction near 150th avenue where san leandro meets castro valley. it closes all eastbound lanes for about three hours. chp says one car lost control and overturned, and a second car struck the overturned car which caused fire. a third person suffered minor injuries in the accident and mike has been looking at ways to get around it all morning. finally, those lanes are open. >> that's right. we'll show that to you on the map, but it's much less of a
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concern that this at the coliseum. we satraffic jamming up. i told folks there was something going on. indeed a disabled tractor trailer. it looks like they have cleared it from the roadway in the last few seconds. you have a slower drive there. that's your commute direction here. there's 580. the crash was there, eastbound, and that has completely cleared as far as slowing. south, starting to move better through santa clara. >> thank you. for an overview of what's happening, that's your bay area traffic scene. we'll see you again in 25 minutes with another local news update.
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eth has president bill clinton. new "tonight show" shen late night. nbc tonight. 8:30 now on this friday morning. it is the 23rd of january 2015. great crowd out here on our plaza. don't forget nbc super bowl pats/seahawks a week from sunday. >> there actually is a game that come's coming up. we should mention that. coming up already sleeping through your spin class, haven't saved a dime since the new year? if you're having trouble with your new year's resolutions our
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"start today" team is here all four js to answer your questions. plus paying it forward with pizza one slice at a time. meet the driving force behind a life-changing idea. and as you can see our pal natalie not here today. she's in miami just because the weather's better. no actually she's getting ready to host the miss universe pageant alongside msnbc's thomas roberts. catch all the action sunday night at 8:00/7:00 central right here on nbc. we mentioned the super bowl's on nbc. starting today, each morning leading up to the big game we will have a sneak peek at some super bowl commercials. isn't that why we all watch? >> a lot of us. to kick things off a spot by one of our sponsor, toyota featuring paralympian amy purdy and one of our heroes the great muhammad ali. take a look. >> i'm experienced now. professional. been broke, been lost knocked down a couple times.
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bam. done something new for this fight. i would have wrestle with an alligator. wrestle with an alligator. i done tussle with a whale. only last week i murdered a rock. i'm so mean. all of you, i know you got it. i know you got it. i'm going to show you how great i am! >> always interesting to see what concepts they come up with. >> two great athletes. >> muhammad ali, by the way, 73 years old last week. happy birthday champ. >> and next week. >> super bowl xlix sunday
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february 1st right here on nbc. mr. roker, check of the weather. >> we've got one of those ads coming up. >> yes, we do. >> we'll talk about that later on. for the weekend, icy mix making its way up the coast, rain along the coast of florida into the mid-atlantic states snow into the northeast and new england, rain in the pacific northwest. sunday sunday! we also have a clipper coming out of canada. that makes its way into the upper ohio and mississippi river valleys on sunday. sunshine western half of the country, looking pretty good. and temperatures fairly mild. in our corner of the u.s. we're talking about temperatures well above average. seeming like spring almost like summertime as we get into this weekend. temperatures right now are in the 30s and even 40s across the bay area, but we're going to climb into the mid to upper 60s. record heat on the way as we head throughout the next couple days. for instance san francisco and san jose temperatures this year in the upper 50s.
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the record for tomorrow only 68 degrees. we'll likely smash that record. the better chance on sunday. and that is your latest weather. carson? >> double-check the "snl" archives on "today" is brought to you by state farm. it pays to double-check. talk to your agent today. all right, al. thank you very much. i should talk quietly. the dog's asleep. as our friends over at "snl" mark their show's 40th anniversary, we are joining the celebration, which is, you know most memorable sketches. last week we asked you to vote for your most memorable sketch from the '80s and here it is. take a look. >> a beautiful day for a neighbor. would you be mine? >> how about nora dunn everybody? come on in here. >> what are you doing here? >> what are you doing in the orange room? how are ya? can you believe it's been 40 years? >> i didn't even know i was 40. it's such a disappointment. yeah. >> you started in '85, through
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the '90s. you reflect back. what are some of your favorite moments? >> well what you just played eddie murphy and i loved jimmy glick and i guess my favorite sketch ever which i think fits into this weekend was the shweaty balls. they should revive that for this weekend. >> timely footballs and this weekend. >> the whole thing about brady ice ball 's balls. >> you've been in movies and tv shows since then. do you still get recognized for "snl"? >> you know what i live in chicago. i never, ever do not get a seat at al's beef. there's always a stool for me there. >> always one waiting for you. what are you working on these days? >> one of the perks. i'm doing "new girl" this week so i love that. i was on as the mother and i'm too young for that role but i did my best. and i also play a role on "girls' guide to divorce." i'm doing stuff. >> thanks for coming in. >> yeah. >> happy 40th. sure we'll see you at the big
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shindig. >> yeah. >> we'll move on to the '90s, lots of great sketches to choose from shweaty balls. and alex trebek. who can forgot molly to shannon as mary katherine gallagher. there's lots to choose from. head over the today.com. tune in this weekend, you have the host and musical guest, buddy blake. let's held over to matt. i love nora dunn. nice to see you. now to pizza. a place in philadelphia showing the true value of a dollar. today's chanel jones went back to her old stomping grounds to check it out. >> it was nice. good morning to you guys. the concept is simple. a slice of pizza for a dollar. but at the store we visited in philly for every slice customers buy for themselves many are also choosing to pay it forward, donating a dollar to help feed someone else. >> reporter: from the outside,
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rosa's fresh pizza looks like just another quick place to grab a slice. but come inside to the colorful walls and you'll see it's different. thousands of post-it notes, each worth a free slice. but most customers walk right by them -- >> oh okay. >> reporter: -- and buy a slice for someone else. >> thank you. >> we've given away 9,000 slices so far. >> reporter: 9,000? mason workman left a three-year career on wall street. >> thanks a lot, man. >> reporter: burnt out, he wanted to run his own business. >> on bad days i wish i didn't do this and on the good days you're like i'm glad i did this. at the end of the day we help so many people that i can't go back. >> reporter: mason admits he didn't start with this idea to help the homeless. he just wanted to bring the dollar pizza he loved in new york back to his hometown in philly. it was his customers who cooked up the idea to pay it forward. >> i've been through a difficult time before so it feels great to be able to help somebody else. >> reporter: they leave a post-it note with a message that
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people can turn in to get a free meal. do you have a favorite? >> yeah. i like this one right here. it's an angel holding a hot slice of pizza with a little heart inside. >> reporter: rosa's serves about 40 homeless customers each day. >> we recognize them just like paying customers, just like any other restaurant recognizes their customers. >> nice to know someone cares. >> reporter: casey has been on the street for six months. >> it's not something you're begging from somebody else. the fact that it's a gift makes it that much better. >> reporter: and the name? >> rosa's my mom. i named it for my mom. >> reporter: what does she think about all this? >> she likes it a lot. i think she's proud. >> reporter: and folks in the city of brotherly love tell us they're proud too. >> it's awesome to help people every day. >> reporter: like the power of one dollar. >> yeah. >> mason just turned 27 last week. he says he just thinks of all of this as a slice at a time if you will and stresses that it was his customers' idea to buy the slices for others. and people told me, you know i
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can't give $20, can't give $50, but i can give a buck and they feel good. they put it on the wall and somebody else comes and gets a free piece of pizza. >> you were saying not only is it a great concept and good idea, it's good pizza too. >> ultimately that's what counts right? it was a really good day for me yesterday. >> thanks for the story. appreciate it. up next three men behind a controversial dating advice book for women looking to get married.
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ great rates for great rides. geico motorcycle see how much you could save. we're back at 8:41. men want to get married. so why not to you? that's just the provocative question posed by the new book "single man, married man." >> that's a little harsh. a brutally honest guide to dating written by eight different men. three are with us now. we introduce them now.
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guys good morning to you. >> good to have you here. >> there are eight co-authors of this book. as i said you're just three of them. gene you're married. je'kel you're single. >> gorsed. >> and frank, you're single. call yourself a serial dater. >> not necessarily, but that's the label i get. >> how did you decide to write a guidebook for women? >> it started out in brooklyn at my frozen yogurt shop with me and my friend frank gato and je'kel. we'd get questions at the yoga shop and we decided, you know what let's take this national and interview other men if they really want to get married. >> can we get a tight shot of frank, please? smile at the camera. as i read this from the book that you apparently put in there. "no matter where a woman was in life" -- this is a destiny's child song you seem toed a adhere to -- "she should always be able to cater to her man's
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needs, prepare his meals, draw his bath marx saj his feet every now and then." you want to own up to this? >> yes. i wrote it. but pretty much what i was saying when you're in a relationship and the man is doing his part, a small gesture is preparing his favorite meal or massaging his feet shows you appreciate us. >> how is that working out for you? >> i give a great massage. >> keep that shot on frank frank. we have one more. you talk about cheating. men will cheat because to us it's just sex with no real motion nal attachment so we view it as being harmless. is that really how you think guys feel cheat, no big deal? >> some do because it's -- like i said, there's no real emotional attachment so to some menitis a physical act so they feel that it happens, drunken night, they don't necessarily kill themselves over it not to say they don't feel bad about it but it happens and they go on with their lives. >> let's move on here so we don't have to put frank in the witness protection program.
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>> yes. >> what about this whole idea of questions -- you're asking women can they handle the truth, all right? a lot of women will ask men questions and you guys believe at times they really don't want to hear the answers to those questions. give me examples. >> well prime example would be if you're going out on a date with your significant other and she comes out of the bathroom dressed, well-dressed and says, honey, how do i look in this dress, do i look too fat? what do i answer? >> of course you don't look too fat. >> the answer is -- have you lost weight? >> absolutely. but the real question is can she handle hearing the fact that she does look fat in that dress. >> why would you even broach that subject? who cares if she can handle the truth? you're going to get killed. that's a lose-lose. >> they say they want the truth. do they really want the truth. >> is that what this book is supposed to be like a dose of the cold hard truth? >> it's for men and women, and we just wanted to answer these questions from why men cheat, can you handle the truth, stroking their ego. >> okay.
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>> and just these common questions that women just had and they needed answers to. >> let's do a speed round here. i'm going to throw a couple things out, just give me like one-word answers. drinks or dinner. >> dinner. >> dinner. >> drinks. >> i'm shocked. >> shocked. you're single. calling or texting. >> calling. >> calling. >> text. >> i mean, like, really? >> frank. >> this is for frank because i don't know if you're going to get a date out of this segment. splitting the bill or the guy pays? >> guy pays. >> guy pays. >> guy pays but if she insists, let her. >> frank, you're a real dream boat. okay. number four taking someone home the first date. okay not okay? >> not okay. >> questionable. >> where is this going? >> i wouldn't look to necessarily do it but if it happens, carpe diem. seize the moment. >> seize the moment. >> last one, amount of months before it's okay to move in together. >> engagement. >> i'd say about 12 months.
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>> a year. >> okay. >> two to three years. >> i love you, frank. >> frank, can you come back every week? >> of course. >> making all the other guys look real good. >> no no no. that's not fair. >> teasing. thank you. it's a fun read. thanks for being here guys. once again the book is called "single man married man." appreciate it. coming up next your answers to -- our answers, their answers to your questions for our "start today." oh my gosh.
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we're back now with more of our month-long series called "start today." our four js, joy bower, jean chatzky, jenna wolf are helping you achieve your goals. each friday they're here to answer your questions.
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are you getting a lot of questions on e-mail accounts and things like that? >> load. loads. >> all week long. it's been great. >> let's get to specifics. first one is for jean and this is from christy carlson. when should one refinance? our rate is 4% but we could get 3%. is it worth it? >> and generally if you can get 3% the answer the probably yes. but the thing you have to do is a little bit of math. figure out how much this refi is going to cost you and then take the monthly savings and divide the cost of the rhee phi byefi by the cost of the savings. if you'll be in the house more months than that it's good to go. >> can you throw a good percent at me? >> maybe 1% the cost of the deal but sometimes they'll roll it into the interest rate so people can pay nothing and do a no-cost-down one. >> jenna, you ready? >> ready. >> this is from jayne.
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i just started walking four miles a day briskly, changed my diet et cetera. so far ten pounds in a month but i've hit a plateau. what do i do? >> congratulations, first of all. ten pounds is nothing to pooh-pooh. it's a fantastic number. now you want to change it up because your body know what is it has to do to get out four miles a day. mix things up. whatever you want to do to add to it walk faster walk longer add a spin class, some strength training. when you confuse your muscles you'll burn more calories by having to work harder. i say change things up and you will see a difference in the next month. >> jenna, thank you very much. jill you're on deck. this is from jessica sullivan. it says my kids school projects my first first grade work birthday cards, just can't part with them. not a question but you get the idea. >> i get the idea and i come from a mother who's saved every single project since birth even if i write hi on a post-it. if you keep everything and put them in boxes and put them in
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the attic you're never going to see them. so when your child comes home with a project, take a picture of it. we all have phones now, take a picture, and there are sites like picoboo and they'll turn your projects into a book with the date on it. you can put it into a book and see everything and get rid of the clutter because you'll never look at it anyway. >> i like that. joy, last but not least, this comes from kelly. i removed tie et coke/pepsi after a long mental addiction. what can i drink besides water that is healthy and that doesn't contain aspertame? >> a i love this question and a lot of people can relate. it's always a good idea to pull back on artificial sweeteners. take advantage of the naturally flavored seltzer waters. no added sugar, no artificial sweeteners just carbonated water, poppy fizz like soda and natural essence from fruits.
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if you want to intensify the flavor add a shot of 100% fruit juice into the glass, a few extra calories. you can take fruit juice, put it in ice cube tray freeze it and add those fruit cubes into a glass of water and as they melt you get a really nice flavor. lastly brew a big batch of interesting flavored teas and then pour it right into a pitcher over ice and stash it in your researcher refrigerator. great ideas, no artificial sweetener. >> every friday i walk over and say these ladies know what they're talk about. you're good. very impress. joy, jean jenna, thank you very much. keep your questions coming. coming up, brooke shields will stop by.
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valentine's day is almost here. it means flower candy, and, yes, "50 shades of grey." while our sweepstakes ended earlier this week you have not missed your shot at attending our exclusive fan screening. >> we're giving you another chance with our photo caption contest. we'll review the photo monday and five people will be selected to attend the screening in new york. >> i'm about to attempt something that's never been attempted before. i'm going from "50 shades of grey" to willard scott to find out who's celebrating birthdays
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today. >> oh, mr. connecticut, how sweet it is. greg 36 one of the truly great restaurants in america. noriko is from gardena in the great state of california big bear country, 101 years old today. and she is a lovely lady who likes to work jigsaw puzzles. this is blanche marks from farmington hill michigan. 100 years old today. she loves all sorts of good things but she is a very loving and giving person and everybody's skrai for her. this is a great handle. c. edward stevens of wisconsin, 100 years old today, and he loves to watch sports in person and on the tv. this is lawrence mcdonough. lawrence is from st. james, michigan 100 years old today. ande loves to walk. he walks and walks and walks.
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that's it from mystic connecticut. now back to all of our fans in new york. >> from our favorite willard scott to one of our favorites, brooke shields joining the next hour. how are you? >> i'm good. i'm ham pi to be here. >> co-hosting she is always the most prepared guest of all time. there are notes and highlightings. >> highlighting and dog ears. >> heshe's got a bibliography in there. >> i do. i'm always prepared. kind of a geek act a good morning to you. it's it's it's 8:sdwix. we're following breaking news in san francisco where a police standoff continues at this hour. it's been going on since 6:00 last night. that's when police first got a call about a domestic disturbance in the ingleside part of the city. a man locked himself in a room and indicated he had a gun. s.w.a.t. team was dispatched for some time but they have left.
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at one point, police threw a phone through one of the windows in hoping of talking to the men. police did not say if he did in fact responded or has not. we're continuing to follow the story. >> also we'll have another local news update in 25 minutes. see you then.
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from nbc news this is "today's take" with al roker, natalie morales, willie geist, and tamron hall live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> welcome to "today." it is friday morning, january 23rd 2015. i'm willie geistng with al roker, and look who, our good friend brooke shields is here today. >> hi. >> while natalie and tamron are off. so happy you're here. >> happy to be here. >> this is kind of like home for you. >> yeah. miss you guys when i don't see you. >> well, the last time the three of us did see each other was right here. >> yeah. >> if we could. i think you were behind cellophane cellophane. >> you know what -- >> in case you missed it this is at a christmas party, all
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three of us were there, and brooke who kind of just one-ups herself every year with her arrival, her entrance came as barbie in a box that she bought and created herself. >> from the container store. i'm obsessed with the container store. i was glue gunning and taping. it was a lot of fun. i had a lot to live up to. i'm terrified for next year but i have to start planning. >> we're all terrified. >> it was the geist christmas party. >> sure. >> which i've not been to and coming this year for the first time and it's a lovely apartment. but as i'm looking around i think, you know, it seems -- it's a lovely appointed apartment but a little old. >> right. >> just i mean the appointments the things are just a little -- like i thought for a young couple -- >> right. >> turns out it's your dad and mom's apartment. >> it's the geist family party. >> there was supposed to be an award for the best most festive costume, i walked out with one of his father's awards.
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the emmy. >> is that where that went? >> yeah. i got it on my mantel. i was promised at least a bottle of scotch or something. >> a lot of pictures of old people that i don't know all around. what's going on? >> he's mature. >> you look closely on brooke's neck and there's one that says bill geist sunday morning. >> a little bit out of place. >> by the f the epic parties of all time. >> it was a good time. >> never been to a party where they've run out of booze. where the bartender -- you see willie going like this to the bar tender. >> get it all. >> christine was running out and she's, like we need more booze. like only at this party would they run out of it. >> seemed like a lot when i bought it all. >> don't know what the kid are drinking. >> that's a problem too. look at this coincidence, who's in page 6 today. >> what are the odd? >> brooke shields is here. you had a little party where you talked about an upcoming
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milestone. >> it was this beautiful event at the public library benefiting the new york academy of art and afterwards a gorgeous dinner after and it was at this hotel and i was thinking this is a great place for a party, a dance floor and everything. she said why? i said well turning half a hundred soon. >> half a hundred. >> half a hundred sounds bet per. >> you put it that way. >> halfway to a smucker's jar. >> finally going back and being, that moment so yeah i'm going to be hitting that big wonderful birthday. >> excited? how do you feel about it? >> i'm so excited. it's taken me so long to sort of merit how old i feel anyway. because i've been around a long time. it seems i've always been older than my years. >> what a great time to be you and celebrating. your book is doing terrifically. you're here. >> good to be here with you guys. i think you do sort of -- i think that age or that number getting a milestone, i think you sort of start to say this is it
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this is who i am i'm surrounded by good people i love my life i want more always creatively and -- but it's sort of like -- and i think my mom had to die really also before it was on my own terms. >> sure. >> which is important writing the book and the book's done. so i think it's all -- it's just falling into place. i feel very blessed and lucky. >> 50 is a great year i think. i had a great 50. 60 is the one i'm having trouble with. >> are you? >> you know why? >> look how great you're doing at 50. >> 50 you think i still have half my life to go. you hit 60 you realize, you know what -- >> you're on the back nine. >> i'm lucky i got another good 20, 25 years, maybe. >> i think vanity is the piece that changes sort of how we feel but especially women, it's all about -- not only women but -- matt. >> he's a beautiful man. >> a beautiful man. but i do think that when you think of it in terms of experience and what you have ahead of you, yeah. but even 60 like why not?
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i don't know. don't worry about it. >> because you're not turning 60. there you go. >> i know you really only came here for one reason, to talk about deflategate. you've read and studied every angle of the story and you want to talk about footballs. >> i have wanted to talk about deflated balls for -- ever since i was america's famous person. >> this is what you've been leading up to. all these 50 years. >> this is why i'm turning 50 to talk about pig skin balls. >> you're not the only one who enjoys it. tom brady had the press conference yesterday. >> he did. >> he was asked whether or not these ball, infamous balls were in fact deflate fwid patriots before the afc championship game on sunday. here's tom brady. >> okay. >> no i didn't at ter ball in any way. >> can you answer right now, is tom brady a cheater? >> i don't believe so. i mean i feel like i've always played within the rules. i would never do anything to break the rules.
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>> i don't believe -- are you a cheater? "i don't believe so." to the best of my recollection. >> it's like the world does and i'm just saying. but it's interesting how everybody's evading. i mean listen, the game was going to happen that way anyway. it was done. pats just routed them. that's fine. but i mean in a way the argument is it's been happening forever. it's still cheating. >> yeah. >> and yet, i don't know like -- i think it needs to be investigated but from both sides. you know i don't think there's just there's an investigation under way, but did one of the ball boys do it? >> there's a ball boy out there who just got a mercedes. >> i was going to say. >> how about bill belichick? >> bill belichick. the patriots policy is they've seen no evil heard no evil. here's bill belichick, the patriots head coach talking about deflategate. >> i have no explanation for what happened. i don't have explanation for what happened. i don't have an explanation for what happened.
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i don't have an explanation for what happened. >> that's only part of what he said obviously. he also basically sort of threw brady under the bus. >> oh yeah. >> said i don't know tom brady might like his balls a certain way. sorry, i did not mean to say that. he might like his footballs a certain way. >> if we do the rest of the show through the eyes of a 12-year-old boy, i think basically -- >> but they're throwing it back at each other. everybody's accusing each other. i have to just zip up right now. >> no good way to talk about this. let's go to "today's" facebook survey. do you think brady and belichick knew about the deflated footballs? do you think they're lying in other words? our audience says 70% yes for bill belichick and for tom brady 77% yes. there may be some plausible deniability that in this case they didn't say go deflate these football bus over time the trainer knows tom brady likes it with a little less air and it's
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part of our routine so brady can say i didn't know about this and belichick can say i didn't know about this but 12 years ago when he started playing quarterback. >> the rule is it has to be a certain way. >> different quarterbacks like it at a different weight. aaron rodgers likes it nice and full. >> yeah. >> has big hands. >> those hands. >> go pack. >> go pack. >> the funny thing is we had a number of those footballs, different -- >> yeah. >> and yesterday hines ward said oh yeah, when it's de deflated like that it's like catching a nerf football. no it's not. at least not to me. >> not only catch differently but they throw differently. >> but it's not like one is this squishy sponge thing. >> doesn't it become sort of dented right? >> a little bit. a little bit. enough of that. >> this will continue. but in the meantime president obama sat down yesterday with three popular youtube stars. >> sure did. >> glozell green, stephanie
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mota and hank green, to help get out his state of the union message. glozell, known for her lipstick offers the president three examples of a trademark lipstick green as gifts for the wife and his two daughters. but then she puts her foot in her mouth just a little bit. >> i have green lipsticks, one for your first wife -- >> my first wife? >> i mean -- i mean -- >> do you know something i don't? >> oh. for the first lady. >> one for the first lady. >> and the first children. i'm sorry. >> it's okay. >> all right. all right. i'm just going to put -- >> she meant first lady. >> she meant first lady. >> my husband always refers to himself atzs my current husband, just to keep you on your toes. she meant the first lady. she was so sweet about it. >> my daughter courtney who works as a chef i took her to white house party a couple years ago and she was so excited about meeting the president. and she goes um mr. chef it's such a pleasure to meet you.
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i said yes, he's the commander in chef. >> the commander in chef. >> that's awesome. >> and then afterwards she goes i can't believe i said chef! i said it was great! >> that's eve an bigger deal. >> by the way, he makes a great chili so, you know -- >> he does. >> he does. just threw that out there. >> that young woman who had the green lipstick who interviewed the president, also known on youtube, not making this up for sitting in a bathtub full of milk and cereal and eating the cereal out of the tub. she's man -- she's a woman -- >> she's a man. >> i just had a first -- she's a woman of many talents is what i meant to say. >> a man and a woman of many talents. >> yes. >> but definitely she's a youtube sensation. >> yes, she is. >> that gives new meaning to your lucky charms. >> wow. i'm so glad i'm here. okay. so there are certain moments that have been caught on tape at the australian open.
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>> sure. >> a ball boy, because that's all we can talk about -- >> oh! >> got it at 121 miles an hour. talk and deflated balls. i mean like my god. >> all you can do is take a knee. that's -- >> ding! hello. >> oh poor guy. >> shake it off. shake it off. >> breathe through it buddy. just stay down. >> he had to leave but then he came back. >> i love how the players are -- yeah. >> man, that's -- 121 miles an hour you're not getting out of the way of that either. you just freeze. >> in the press conference he said i really wasn't mad. [ talking in a high voice ] >> this is an eyebrow segment for all of us. >> keep it classy san diego. okay so, we've got this system coming out of the gulf. this thing's bringing a lot of heavy rain to the handle some of these thunderstorms may become severe at times. looking at wet weather in atlanta as well that will be pushing through.
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now, this system will now make its way out from the southeast, push on up by about 7:00 tonight, it's going to be raining in washington. this blue line, that's the rain/snow line, the 32-degree line if you will this low pressure will intensify. that line drops over new york city. early saturday morning we're looking at snow developing. it's going to continue. snowfall amounts aren't going to be that heavy. the good news is this is a fast mover. it's going to bring wind into new england. rain 1 to 3 inches along the coast, then as you get into the northeast and new england, some areas 6 to 10 inches of snow but generally about 3 to 5. thank you, al. temperatures are going to be absolutely perfect. maybe you have the day off. if you can't get out there and enjoy these numbers today, good news is it's going to get better over the weekend if you're looking for warm weather. 73 in the south bay for tomorrow. that looks like it will be a new temperature record if we hit that high. 76 degrees by sunday, and then
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>> these are tom brady's balls. no the official game day balls headed to the super bowl. they're at the wilson sporting goods factory in ohio. they'll pump them up put laces on and send them to the game. >> didn't the nfl tweet this out? unfortunate timing. >> a subtle nod to the controversy, said nothing about it put it out there. >> that's subtle. >> instagram. i don't know what that is. but so there it is. those are the balls going to the game. hopefully the patriots don't get them first. >> from silly to sublime, beautiful photo from january 19th martin luther king jr. day. what's happening here? >> this photo i think is instantly iconic. you're looking at a bridge in selma, alabama. the bridge itself was the site of a bloody civil rights crackdown in 1965, but this is the cast of "selma" joined by a few hundred others marching to honor martin luther king jr. it kind of bridges the gap between generations. >> look at the cell phones. >> holding their phones, their
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cameras and it's a great nod to the past merging with the future. >> beautiful. almost looks like a war photo, too, the silhouette of soldiers and yet not rifles but -- >> soldiers for peace. >> yeah. >> much bet they are way. >> yeah. very cool. >> so much bet they are way. >> antarctica. what do you say for our next photograph. >> you were all over this. >> i was in the arctic. we went to the arctic. tell us what's going on here and then i'll chime in. >> sure. sure. >> i have something to say about it. >> sure. this is an iceberg. however, it doesn't look like most because there's no snow on top. >> nope. >> this is the bottom of the thing. it's actually tipped over. >> wow. >> that's rare. >> super rare. this was spotted bay filmmaker on expedition with his mother of course saw this took a photo, put that on instagram and calmed it superman's house. >> kryptonite. and it is -- when they say it's a blue it's a real blue. when we were in the arctic they didn't have -- we went out to this iceberg and chipped off the ice for our drinks and it was
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beautiful. >> stop right there. stop right there. >> yes. yes. >> real arctic ice for your drinks? >> yes. >> this-in the midst of this gorgeous blue but in the meantime i need ice for my old-fashioned. hold on just a second. i've got to get some ice for my cosmo. >> that's very rugged, brooke. >> very rugged but the ice was blue, okay and don't -- that's it. >> james, would you tip that iceberg over so i could get some ice? that's fantastic. >> please. i'd like it in my pinch cup. >> that's a baller's move right there. >> and i want's blue. >> and you got "ball" in! >> nice. >> one more pelicans at feeding time. >> these are actually justin bieber's backup singers. >> mine mine mine mine. >> these are pelicans from singapore. it's feeding time. you can see one super unlucky fish is going in the bucket. >> i love how the mouth spread
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welcome back. temperatures today, mid to upper 60 coming your way. a lot of sunshine. it's not a spare the air day so you can get out there and breathe easily. as we get into this weekend, we have big-time changes coming your way. record warmth expected. take a look at the temperature trend. we average 60 degrees thisime of year in san jose. today, 68. saturday, 73. up to 76 degrees by sunday. it's been kind of a rough drive this morning.
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let's check on that. >> we're going to look to palo alto. we had a lot of slowing right here, southbound, toward willow. although the crash we had been following was on the northbound side. as we look at the map, it turns out there was an issue just in that same area on the southbound side for a few minutes just off the dumbarton bridge. looking good except for 17 up toward 280. late slowing. the rest of the area looking really good. a couple crashes moved to the shoulder in the trivalley. back to you. >> all right good to hear. we have more local news for you in just a half hour.
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still got the ice? >> still got the ice. >> amazing. welcome back to "today." it's friday morning, january 23rd 2015. willie along with al and our good friend brooke shields graciously filling in while natalie and tamron are off. how we doing? >> so far so good. >> deflategate under our belt and ice for your drink. >> ice for your drinks. let's talk about embarrassing our children. i think all three of us have done that. while gwyneth paltrow and johnny depp were on "ellen" yesterday promoteing their new movie "mortdecai" and they both reported their kid are not
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impressed by their movie star parents. >> she has to know how cool you are. >> i don't think she would ever think that. >> really? >> most likely not. >> that's just insane that your daughter wouldn't understand how cool -- do your kids know how cool you are? >> well i thought they thought i was cool until we were just on holiday and my son asked me not to walk near him on the sidewalk. >> yep. >> which felt great. and my daughter was, like mom, we're going to brunch without you, bye. i was, like you realize i'm here alone, like if you guys go. they're like we're fine we're going by ourselves. so, yeah, moses didn't want to walk next to me after she didn't want to have brunch with me and i was, like you know like i'm like in movies and stuff, you know? exactly. >> unbelievable. >> i think we'll all been there. >> my kid don't -- they want me to leave them on the corner. roman doesn't want me to take
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her to school because i don't have makeup on. and my husband will like run after the bus and i love you, baby girl! i love you! then they just -- i do everything i can to make them miserable. >> let me ask both of you, what's the age cutoff? i have a 5-year-old an 7-year-old we're still in the happy zone. they're not impressed. when does that go away? >> for me it was like 32 so i'm not the one to ask. >> i think it's about 12. >> 12. >> the teens. >> they start getting, like yeah. now, then certain things that have nothing to do with you happen and then you become cool. like once my daughters realized that lenny kravitz is my cousin -- >> oh. >> -- then -- >> now i even think you're cool. cooler than possible. >> so i work that constantly. it's on my birth certificate. >> is it? >> al lenny kravitz is my -- >> if you have eve antropov the same blood as lenny kravitz
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you're cool. there you go. >> i think i must have less than one drop because i'm not that cool. but -- >> i did my genealogy and found out it was kind of fancy, like sort of royal and all that and of course i came home and i thought, oh my kid are going to think i'm like a princess or something. and then just recently i was saying something, i can't believe this wasn't done and she'll say, why, are you too fancy to do it yourself? she threw it right back at me. >> right back to you. >> i'm, like i'm royalty! >> that backfired on you. >> all backfired on me. >> willie told me you were coming coming i said oh, the drama kweep's queen's coming. for the weekend, we have this system coming up the coast, snow along the northeast coast, a little icy mix, rain from florida into the mid-atlantic states. midsection of the country looking fantastic. some snow and rain in the pacific northwest. santa ana winds in southern california will continue on sunday. it will be warm in l.a. 81
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degrees. then this clipper comes out in a wide swath of snow from iowa all the way to western p.a. icy mix a little further south. we'll be watching that as we get into monday. that makes its way into the no 9:34. good morning. i'm christina loren. this, of course, the iconic golden gate bridge, without the iconic fog. in fact we're going to be fog free just about all weekend long. maybe by sunday morning, a little bit returning to the immediate coast. but temperatures are going to climb. 68 degrees for the south bay today. 67 degrees on the peninsula by tomorrow. we're in the mid 70s. upper 70s in some cities by sunday. even the low 70s on the way to san francisco. then the pattern changes entirely. showers on the way for tuesday. more on that today at 11:00. bring that thing in. that's your latest weather. if you're the type that likes to read the book before it becomes a movie, this is the segment for you. >> hollywood is churning out some big films this year based on best-selling noflvels.
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>> here to share some great read heading to the big screen isaac fitzgerald. >> thanks for having me. >> "insurgent," the second book in the "divergent" series bound to be a monster at the box office. who's in it? >> shay woodley, this incredible character. it's a sci-fi thrilling action adventure. basically everything that got set up in the first book comes to fruition. war is looming between the factions. and so this second movie is going to fall off where the last movie left off. it's a huge success worldwide. >> kate winslet in there? >> yeah. >> and naomi watts. >> there's a bunch of new characters coming in. >> the next book is calmed "detergent." it's called fantastic. >> come on. >> next "serena," a drama reuniting two of our favorite stars, bradley cooper jennifer lawrence. what's this one about? >> first off, they're together again, silver linings playbook was based on a book monster hit for them.
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this one 1929 basically a power couple. they move from boston to north carolina they start a logging empire but she's like a modern-dele di mcbeth and jennifer lawrence is going to have such a good time with this role. she's just a total bad woman. there you go. so she's going to -- it's going to be great. >> they look so beautiful together. it looks like a great movie. >> they're always good together. let's move on. this will be good as well "paper town" written by john green who did "faults in our stars," has a massive following. >> john green, one of my favorite author he can do no wrong. he's written great books. "fault in our star," huge success, "paper towns," a unique relationship between two people and you'll have nat wolf who played isaac in "fault in our stars," he's going to be the main lead. then you have kara delevine and it's her first major role. >> first film. >> she's going to do such a great job.
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such good material. >> "black mask," johnny depp, who's out in "mortdecai" this weekend, undergoes a major hair and makeup transformation to play whitey bulger. >> i'm from boston so i'm really looking forward to this. look at that wig. >> oh my gosh. >> did they thin his hair and change his eyes with contacts? >> and he does he looks the role. this is an incredible story. if you don't know the story of whitey bulger it's basically an fbi agent and he made this deal with the del, come up from south boston he becomes a mafia king john connally becomes an fbi agent and everything goes south. >> "the departed" but real. unbelievable story. classic book "frankenstein," what's new about this one? >> this is interesting. mary shelley obviously classic tale. you have daniel radcliffe and he's going to be playing the role of igor so, he's actually going to be putting a unique spin on it. igor actually isn't a character in the book but this is obviously a reimagination of this classic tale.
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he mims made famous from a book turned into a movie, harry potter so it will be a great role for him. >> isaac, thanks so much. >> will frau bucher be in this one? >> going way back now. >> way back. >> my boyfriend! >> good to see you. up next we're all heading into the kitchen with al. we're going to cook one of his favorite dishes, such a good one. i want...regularity. i want good digestive health. i just don't want to have to think about regularity. natural benefiber helps support digestive health...and maintain...that word.
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that will be your dry rub. now you skim some of the fat off of this turn it over. you want to score the meat just so that you have all this lovely stuff gets in. now you're going to massage your meat. okay? >> okay. >> take the dry rub and just rub it all over your big hunk of meat okay? all right? there you go. >> and dry rub can be made differently, right? >> you can put -- yeah we've got it on the website, today.com. and you're going to put it fat side down into your cast iron or skillet or dutch oven whatever like that. now you can let that kind of sear off a bit. we're going to create -- we have some vinegar, ketchup, salt pepper. this becomes kind of your base you're cooking with then you add some water to bring that in. some people like to add liquid smoke because we won't be smoking this but i say leave it off. then you kind of pour that in then you're going to take this cover it and we're going to put in the oven at 350 degrees for about three to four hours.
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now, baked beans. slow cooker. this is what you do. you get some white beans. you're going to let them soak overnight, drain them. meantime they're going to cook up two or three onions fry up some bacon okay boom then you're putting this all in here together. you put that in. brooke, you want to -- >> sure. >> just throw that in. >> how long in the slow cooker? >> three, four hours. you'll put that in. now we've got a nice little brown sugar. we've got ketchup, mustard, salt. you put this in pour that in. >> put all of this in. >> all that in. put the top on. let that cook up. and then you take this bad boy out of the oven and you basically pull it apart. look how that just comes apart. >> just beautiful. >> hence the pulled. >> the pulled pork. you've got some sauce. i'm not a big sauce person but that's pretty good. >> and the sauce is like a barbecue sweet? >> vinegar-based barbecue. you have macaroni and cheese, always very important to get a little of that.
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>> oh my gosh. the beans. >> and the bike baiked beans. >> oh my gosh. >> garnish it with a little -- i know you're trying not to eat too much. >> not talking to me. i'm trying to eat as much as i can. thank you. >> that the sauce you used earlier? >> you can make a little bit more. there you have it. coleslaw corn muffins, you're set. >> ready to go. >> barbecue in the middle of winter. this my friends is a super bowl feast. >> this is it man. >> super bowl feast of champions. >> you get all these recipes by the way at today.com. coming up next, what's cuter than a little girl who says she wants to marry her daddy? and how about a bulldog with a bone? ♪ at philadelphia, there's an art to making cream cheese. we always use fresh local milk real cream, and no preservatives. and it's these real ingredients that give philadelphia cream cheese its delicious, one of a kind taste. when it comes to making cream cheese
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let's take a countdown of our top winners. number four a toddler who's a little po sesive of daddy. check it out. >> it's cute. >> who's married to daddy? >> me. >> you're married to daddy? i'm pretty sure i'm marry to daddy. >> i'm going to get married to daddy! >> you want to marry daddy? but i'm already married to him. >> i want to marry him! >> but he's my husband. >> he's my husband. >> he's your husband? when did you guys get married? >> i don't want you to talk to me. >> oh! >> the hand. >> talk to the hand! >> she gave her mom the hand. now, before you get freaked out or thinking that this little girl has daddy issues there's an adorable story behind this. this is 3-year-old natalie. her mom katy is behind the camera. her mom had just taught her that
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marriage was between people who love each other and she was a lit tool vague. and this little girl natalie loved her dad so much she wanted to marry him. >> number three, maybe the best high five ever. as we take a look tell us what we're seeing. >> this is in austria, johan berg he's been skiing since he was 11 years old. he's now 20 a freestyle skier from norway does the most awesome high five ever. and this originally popped on instagram, now on youtube and has gone viral. >> very impressive. number two, we have a very determined bulldog with a big bone. >> yes. >> all right. >> this is russet and russet i think looks like a potato. >> thinks like a potato as well. >> this bone is a christmas present and russet was wanting to get the bone outside maybe to bury it in the yard but russet is a very clever dog. >> he doesn't look it. >> when does he get clever?
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>> i promise you. watch this. he goes through the door and eventually figures out -- >> let's get to number one. 1,500 votes. another dog video. guy getting a little too excited at the dog park. >> this is little eva, actually. >> that's me with the baked beans! >> this video, this dog was at a daycare center at a doggie hotel and could not get enough of the pool full of balls. >> the pool full of balls! >> there you go. >> that's the perfect way to end this! thank you so much, yes! bringing it home! >> high five. >> whooo! >> perfect book end to an unbelievable morning.
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test test we catch up with erica hill. >> thanks guys.
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nice to be here. there's a program called turnaround arts in 35 schools across the country, worst performing schools, worst in math reading, attendance. they're bringing arts into the classroom and they have these celebrity ambassadors including jason mraz who is an awesome guy, so dedicated to the school. we went to the elementary school in san diego that he's working with a few weeks ago to get a sense of why he's interested and what it actually means when they bring the arts into the classroom. it's phenomenal. they use ukuleles in songs in math class, a lot of music in english as a second language and it's transformed the school. better attendance kids pay attention. their scores are up and they're excited. >> that's cool. >> he's such a good guy, jason mraz. erica, thanks a lot. let's thank brooke shields for helping us out today. >> thanks for inviting me. >> in hindsight maybe -- >> i shoul
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good morning. everyone. 9:56. san francisco police have arrested this man, david mune zez diaz in connection with a fire set last saturday at a hair salon. they're looking into whether he is also tied to other recent castro fires.
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diaz has been in trouble the law before. he was convicted of manslaughter in the death of a sex partner in buena vista park whose body he then set on fire. >> happening today, former florida governor and possible presidential candidate jeb bush is making a stop in the bay area. he'll be the keynote speaker at the national automobile dealers convention in san francisco. the outgoing chairman of the association hopes bush will reveal more about his future ambitions. he's exploring a possible white house run in 2016. let's check the weather with christina. >> thank you, scott. and good morning to you. temperatures are going to be really warm. not feeling like winter at all around the bay area. 68 for the south bay today. 67 in san francisco, and 68 in wine country. so a chilly start to the day. temperatures climbing as of this afternoon. mild conditions. then downright warm as we get to this weekend. big waves on the way. we'll tell you which beaches will see the biggest waves and we also have record heat in store for your for this weekend
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followed by shower activity. more on that today at 11:00. first, let's check your drive. here's mike. >> we're going to show folks our live look at san jose north 101. a little farther north, this is a live camera just past the airport, we have slowing. typical pattern. 880 has had a slow drive. there was some sort of stall. it sounds like it hit one of the sound bells there and caused some damage there. farther north, west 24 580, another sionstalled in the roadway. both cars. bay bridge toll plaza is clear now. >> we'll have another update in a half hour. see you then.
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we're practically twins! >> announcer: from nbc news this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb. from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> the day has come. it is try day friday. you made it. you made it through the week. >> i haven't made it. >> you have! >> 59 minutes and i made it. >> you are very close. january 23rd, 2015. billy bush is filling in for kathie lee this week. kathie isn't far off. lilliana went to miami with kath, showed her how to do the city on the cheap, on a budget.
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they clearly did some eating and drinking. roller blading, and more drinking and more eithering. we'll check in with them there. here is an issue i think you and i both have. >> yes. everyone has a may are jo ishjor issue with this. >> e-mails that are overflowing. you can't send anymore. >> i end up on my iphone all the time deleting deleting deleting, deleting. because i'm so i afraid of them piling up too high. then you can't. >> sometimes you think you'll answer one and it gets pushed down. we'll talk about getting that organized. bobbie thomas the gorgeous -- did you know bobbie thomas is pregnant? >> no. >> she's got a beauty routine she'll talk about in just a little bit. >> glad i didn't say that bobbie. because you look gorgeous girlfriend. you're glowing. it is "50 shades of grey" time, baby. >> wait a minute. i can please show you something? >> yes you can. >> joel. we introduced ourselves to joel
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your boyfriend, on tuesday. it was a big day, my first day of the week and we outed your relationship. by the way, thank you for being a good sport. you were nervous about that. it has worked out well. >> yes. >> joel hasn't gotten cold feet and run down the street. >> no. >> but this is my 84-year-old father. he has a crush on hoda kotb. look at that old guy! look at that hat. >> you both have those teardrop eyes that kind of go like that. you and daddy-o both do. >> we're cryers. >> you are such a great guy. your mom, too. >> he's flying around the country. he's doing some business right now because he is an avid 84-year-old but he is so jealous that he is not here to be with you. >> i do love your dad. he is a sweetheart. okay. so "50 shades of grey" is coming out valentine's day. it is a big deal. everyone is getting in on the "50 shades" action. >> but is there one particular
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company that should not be getting in on it? and is getting in on it. >> well the vermont teddy bears are getting in on it. >> who's next? paddington. this is unbelievable. >> it's got that. >> little blindfold right there. handcuffs on the bear! >> wait a minute! vermont it ed did i bears. >> oh my god! what are they doing? >> i think this is great. i'm going the other way. i pretended to be outraged. the truth is look for the guy who's selling turkeys, thanksgiving is his big day. for the pumpkin farmer halloween is his big day. for vermont teddy bear this is it for them. they maxed out on kids. right? they tapped out the kid market. they're going tore broke. this is their big day. and i think it is brilliant. >> by the way, it is going to be a huge film. >> what do girls like? apparently they like teddy bears and apparently they like "50 shades of grey." >> are you going to go see "50
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shades?" did you read the book first of all? >> chapter 7. only chapter 7. this is the chapter where it's consensual. i believe they're just figuring each other out for the first time and it's very hot and very nice. when he gets to the straps and the gear and all that -- call me old school. >> you weren't interested? >> no. were you? >> i don't like all the contraptions. i really don't. it makes me scared. >> you like to feel you have an escape. >> you want an escape. but you do want someone who's in charge. you love -- there is something about someone who is in charge that is hot. >> you know what i want to ask right now? >> what. no don't. don't. >> i mean now that we know -- >> okay. anyway, the ceo of this -- the ceo -- >> -- who's in charge. >> the ceo says it was meant to the fun, not inappropriate. we totally agree. >> $89.99 vermontteddybear.com.
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phil collins writes a column. one woman wrote in and said look. when she has parties at her house, people use her restroom. what grosses her out and repulses her is when they leave the toilet lid up. not the seat. the lid. >> they flush with lid up because water escapes. oh, did we need that? now we have visual -- >> okay. the germs. she doesn't like the germs. she wanted to ask phillip what should i do so that i can make sure my bathroom is kept clean. >> this lady wants to put up a whole list of rules in the bathroom. is it okay to put up a list of rules in the bathroom? i think, please gentlemen, lift up the seat when tinkling. i think that's fair. >> and put it back down. >> every guy also is very competitive. so he's thinking no this time i'm going to make it. i promise you. there's not even going to be one drop on the seat. i got it. there's not a guy who's willingly going to do that unless you remind him. you might want to stand next to
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him and tell him. >> but you also have to put the seat down. >> when it's over. you need another note for that. >> the only time i put the whole seat down is when i'm in the airplane bathrooms because you're so crammed in there and those are turbo flushes. when those things flush, it's everywhere. >> it takes everything! underwear! it takes your undies if you're not careful. hello? >> phillip says it is okay bip the way, to put the sign up that says lid down before flushing, please. >> it is your bathroom. it is a very sensitive area for people. if you want to put up rules and have people follow them i think it's totally fair. >> i also think this woman is probably a real clean freak. i don't know her. >> yes, i do. prmplts so for all the men who wear cologne, do you wear it properly? there is a right way to wear cologne and here it is. the business insider website
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says you're supposed to stand with your arms stretched sideways. if i can smell you from here -- >> can you? don't say you can. did i go a little deep this morning? >> no, you didn't. >> i'm okay right? but when you get in -- >> yeah. yeah. >> right? just the right amount. gentlemen have a problem with this. it's one squirt. there's a natural pull for the second squirt. don't do it. one. little teeny bit. everybody wants to hit it again. >> where do you hit it? here on your neck? >> i do this. with a little pullback. >> can i tell you for women the best place to put perfume so it stays forever all day? >> let that settle in. where? >> spray your hair. if you spray your hair it stays all day. when they used to smoke in bars if you ever walked into a smokey bar and you walked out your hair would smell like smoke all night and the next day. perfume hangs in there, too. it is a good place to put it. >> guys who overdo it you can't
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recover from. you can get sick almost throw up if they're too close. i had a friend when i was young, his uncle was this great powerful cuban man. he was a great lover and he was single forever and he doused himself all over his chest, his neck. and you could smell him in the elevator coming up to the apartment. you knew he was coming. it was too overpowering. >> what about women who wear too much perfume? did you notice and not like? >> yeah. >> you not like? >> well way back in the day, my father -- my aforementioned father had to approach someone in his office. now times have changed, i donts know if you could do in now but there was this woman that wore so much. er fume it was distracting and people were getting distracted in the office. he had to ask her to tone it down. i don't think you can do it. >> yours is just right. leave it there. >> it is time for kathie lee's friday funny. >> i cannot believe you guys
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have been talking about going to the bathroom for ten minutes. >> although there is a very distinctive echo with your voice there. >> well, i'm sitting here at costco -- no i mean at winn dixie in pontra vedra beach. now i have to go. all right. it was the day of the big sale at the department store. by 7:00 a.m. there were already hundreds of people crowded around the glass doors in the store waiting to shop for the bargains. all of a sudden the crowd noticed a small man trying to work his way to the front of the line. they slowly blocked him and pushed him to the back of the crowd but they were shocked to see that the man tries again! so as he starts working his way to the front, the crowd got so angry that they pushed him so hard that the man fell out of the crowd and crashed to the ground. as he slowly started to get up
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he mumbled. well, if that does it if they push me one more time i'm not going to open up the store. are you barreled over? >> doubled over. doubled over! >> doubled over. >> i love it! >> billy, you're doing so well. i told you guys the other day, i said it looks like kathie lee and regis, circa 1985. >> right? he's got a little regis going on here. >> it's all in the nose. >> don't get too cozy billy. i'm coming back pretty soon. >> i've been in your dressing room, kathie. i tried on everything. the shoes a little small, the spanks a little large. >> you leave my spanks alonex alone. i am going to be in this costco tomorrow noon to 2:30. >> have a wonderful weekend. >> hurry back honey.
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>> i'm going to see you. you're coming down so we can shoot something. >> i'm partying with kath on sunday! we're going to have a big florida throwdown. >> love you guys. bye-bye. all right. here it is. " "ok magazine" has a question. celebrities have been wearing their kids' clothes lately. bethenny frankel got in trouble for wearing her daughter's tiny clothes. is it okay or not okay to wear your kids' clothes? here's what we had to say about it. >> i wish i could fit into my daughter's clothes. but even if i could, no 61-year-old woman is going to look as good as her 21-year-old daughter. they look fabulous and you look ridiculous. >> oh, i say no no no it's not okay. i imagine they have plenty in their own closet to choose from. uh-huh. >> that's outstanding. >> i don't know what those are.
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what's not, why are are you being cc'd over and over again can be so overwhelming and sometimes it becomes impossible to know where to start. >> here to give us tips to gain control and declutter, the co-author of "the 5 choices in global productivity." >> how are you? >> this is important. right? our mailboxes get jammed. the physical mail is outrageous what people are sending you. and e-mail the same. >> it is all a problem, and it really all starts with motivation. people say, oh this is the time of year we should organize. they do it and they lose sight of it. but really the motivation should be by not getting organized, what are we missing? we're wasting time we're not spending time with the kids. >> stress. >> you're stressed out. stress as well is really important. >> start with the mailbox. billy, honey will you go to get the mail please? >> absolutely, dear i'd be more than happy to. if that's okay. not sure i was supposed to go
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that way but here we are. okay, here it is. by the way, reasonable amount today. not too bad. >> okay. so the mail comes like this. help us sort out what should we do with that. >> so first of all with be again, going back to the motivation, our brain is the most important tool for organization. and so we need to get this in order and get a system in place that just becomes behavioral. so if you think about all that stuff, all that stuff really only falls into four categories. it can only be a task an appointment, a contact or a no et. >> someone wants us to go to a birthday party. birthday invite. >> throw it out. >> so there's four buckets. we said four items. task and calendar item. destress by getting the date on your calendar and putting the fact that you need to buy a gift on the task list. >> e-mail the bigger problem. >> we both have this issue. you get an e-mail you read it you plan on responding.
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new mascara concepts. the first is from estee lauder. this is in the tube not a regular mascara. if you have light lashes like billy, they will tint the lashes dark. >> do it. let's get billy first. >> nothing my daughters haven't done. >> it is going to tint the lashes but it is not going to look like mascara. it is going to look more natural. you can kind of see on billy. i'm just putting a little. but can you see in the monitor. >> oh wow, big difference between left eye and right ow. >> let me do your eyebrows. >> yeah these are too light. >> gives you just a tint. >> your lovely model looks beautiful, by the way. she's doing it too. >> the next one is urban decay. that's actually another cool mascara concept. at the end of the day your mascara is really cakey or dry. it resurrects your mascara. dr. dennis gross.
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repeatedly sprayed hateful graffiti. one churchgoer said he saw a swastika. they're trying to catch the vandals in the act so they can call police. >> in berkeley, the problem is car burglaries. they're seeing more thefts on campus. this month alone, there have been nine car break-ins in various school parking lots. police reminding people to take their valuables with them. >> we'll check your weather and traffic after the break. life's running out of shaving stuff. and thankfully being able to find backups.
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i'm christina loren. we've got a really clear day. fog free offshore flow means temperatures are going to be warmer. no fog in the forecast for the next few days. in fact temperatures are going to continue to climb. it's going to stay chilly until about 11:30 and then the climb is really going to kick in. warm finish to the day. as the temperatures climb to record levels this weekend your beaches are going to see really large breakers. a high surf advisory in place for most of the bay area. should see that expire by sunday. first, let's check your drive. >> we have a late crash, just cleared. still some chp activity on the shoulder. west 80 right at university. but the lanes that were blocked in the center have cleared. in oakland northbound 880 still jammed up to high street. same area so you're slow on the approach up to san leandro and up to the scene. san mateo bridge, much clearer, and that's the way the rest of the bay looks.
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a nice break in the day for friday. expect noontime traffic. >> have a good weekend. join us at 11:00 for our next news cast. oh yeah we are back with more of "today" on this try day friday. billy bush is out here helping me out as kathie lee is spending time in south florida. 90 million people flock to the sunshine state every year in search of the great weather, the beautiful beaches. i say the beaches, make sure you understand that. since we have been missing kathie lee we decided it was time to pay her a visit. >> but a trip to miami can add up fast so we recruited are liliana vasquez, author of "the cheap chica's guide to style." you like her. >> i love her. >> to show kathie lee some of the hotspots all for a very low price. >> reporter: if you're looking for a place to stay and you're on a budget try the freehand miami, a hostal located just one block from the beach. private rooms start at $140.
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i've shown you where to stay but now it is time to show kathie lee where to play. >> liliana! this is a dampbifferent miami than i remember. >> it sure is it may not be south beach, but wynwood is just as hot. ryan is going to take us on a free tour. >> we're at the epicenter, the wynnwood wall. >> on saturday they do free bike tours. it costs little to nothing. >> don't mess up the braid. >> oh i have a big head. >> you don't have a big led. hoda has a big head. let's go baby! whoa! been a while. all rightie. left turn. come on, liliana! >> reporter: ryan showed us all of the colorful canvass wynwood had to offer. >> beauty supply. i need to stop there. >> nothing's off-limits. you don't have to use just spray
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paint. >> i love the touch of color. >> thank you so much. >> thank you, guys. next time it will be totally different because the walls never stop changing. >> because that's the way of life my friend. >> i don't know about you with be but i could use a little pick-me-up. >> a little caffeine. [ speaking spanish ] >> i think that -- i know so little spanish. that has to mean coffee with milk. >> that's right. the best part is three quarters will buy you -- >> that's what we hear. what do i say? [ speaking spanish ] >> gracias! 75 cents. >> $2. >> $2? >> wait! i thought it was 75 cents. >> no it's coffee. >> we knew it was too good to be true. >> reporter: the night life in miami can only be described as
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one thing -- caliente. >> chad is our bartender. >> i learned long ago never to trust a man named chad. they're dangerous. chad love. makes you want to salsa. >> the hips like fall into place. >> liliana! i'm faking it. completely faking it. >> no trip to miami is complete without a cuban sandwich. >> that's what i'm hearing. >> little bread is putting a very modern twist on the classic. >> okay. we're going to give it a shot. >> ready? >> oh you know how. >> mm. >> oh my gosh. >> you like? love. >> love. >> reporter: after one more
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bite -- or two -- it was time for our final location. so kathie this is very exclusive, very members only. but anybody can come to ciccone's. everything is priced from $4 to $7. we ordered so much food you had to wheel it out. >> go. >> deliciouso. >> then the salad. >> i don't want that anymore. so much fun. but i got to be honest i really think there is one thing i'm kind of missing. >> really? we did everything. >> oh yeah. >> chad is back! >> never trust a man named chad. i never heard that. >> i can't believe how inexpensive you can do miami. >> you go there a lot, you want to be able to go back again. >> kath and liliana brought us
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some souvenirs. a beach bag for me. and they brought espadrilles for you. and those tree trunks. >> how emasculating. a man with thick legs does not wear flats. just like a woman needs to elongate? me, too. take the espadrilles. coming up with be nobody likes the middle of the seat but what can you do about it? >> we'll test your manners on planes, trains and automobiles. and how to give your skin that award show glow like j. lo after this. you loved brad. and then you totaled him. you two had been through everything together. two boyfriends. three jobs. you're like "nothing can replace brad!" then liberty mutual calls. and you break into your happy dance. if you sign up for better car replacement, we'll pay for a car that's a model year newer with 15,000 fewer miles than your old one. see car insurance in a whole new light. liberty mutual insurance. release a devastating avalanche
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all right, when it comes to traveling, everybody has their pet peeves especially because we are in such tight quarters. right? >> what do you do when you got a guy on sit youpposite you that's a disaster. >> too test our knowledge on travel etiquette, thomas farley is in the house. we're going to play a little game. >> yep. i got a series of scenarios for you. you have to pick the best answer a, b or c. want to start with air travel. they just called zone 1 for boarding. you're in zone 4 with a very large carry-on and it is a full flight. do you a, approach the counter and let it be known you need extra time for boarding b, use your frequent flyer status for priority boarding to ensure your bag will fit in the overhead or, c, courtesy check your bag at the gate. >> well if you want to be a great human being, i think --
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>> i would do "a." >> we're going to have to go with billy for this one. >> you would flefrnever do that. >> one with etiquette would. >> it is called the courtesy check for a reason. >> it is a pain. you have to wait for your bag after. >> but think of the headache you aren't trying to find your bag in the overhead bin. >> cut to ben stiller, "meet the parents." remember shoving it up there, trying to jam this -- i've got it! wouldn't give up. >> moving on to the snoozing passenger. right? so you are in the middle seat and you have to use the restroom but the person next to you on the aisle is asleep. do you, a, tap him on the shoulder gently. b, wait until he wakes up. or c, hop over him so as nos tot to disturb him. >> definitely the hop. i always do the hop.
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>> keep it down pal. >> the hop is great if you can carry it off but that's a dangerous move. you got to be really careful. unless you can really be a ballet dancer i'm going to go with a. >> if you are sitting next to billy bush with those thighs you're not getting past him. >> i leap across effortlessly like tinker bell. you'll never even know. >> from planes to trains. you are on a pack commuter train headed to work listening to music with your headphones on. do you, a, turn down your music a few decibels. b, wait until someone politely asks you to turn it down or c, ignore the nasty glares from passengers. >> i'm definitely "a." you wouldn't blast yours, would you? >> no on the train ten years. i like it quiet. i like one year off and one off so you can see what's going on around you. >> but you i have a question the one ear that's off is actually sending out your music and stuff to the people. >> that's why you got to keep it really down. >> keep it low.
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if there's a smoke alarm, you're hanging out listening to your -- you want to be engaged in life here. >> okay. we've now got your cell phone. this is a big deal on trains. you receive a work call while you are on-board the train. other passengers to either side of you. do you, a, take the call and proceed with the conversation. b, answer the phone quickly and request that the caller let you call back. or, c, send the call straight to voicemail. >> are you in the quiet car? >> you are no the in the quiet car. >> you are no the in the quiet car. >> i'm going to be honest on this one. i'm not going to play the politically correct. i'm going to say, a. >> this one is going to go to hoda. you're going to take the call very quickly and let the other person know that you're on the train. >> sorry got to call you back unless the house is burning down. >> if it's my wife i always answer it. wherever i am is everything okay. that's the first thing i say. everything's fine? i got to call you back. >> one more for the tiebreaker. no you're winning.
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we'll call it a tiebreaker. >> it's close. neck and neck. so we're moving on to the car. this is the scenario. i know everybody can deal with. right? you're in a long line of traffic, exiting off the highway when a car suddenly approaches and wants to merge in front of you. you've been there be right? >> what are our choices. >> give them a tap. >> you're going to let them in because one car won't make a difference. >> oh, no. >> b tail the bumper of the car right in front of you and not allow them any space to squeeze in or c, keep your hands at 10 and 2. >> i do b and c. >> it's a. >> you would not do a. >> i wouldn't but i'm saying that's what you should do. >> you're trying to teach him a lesson hoda. >> i'm not looking at them but i am kissing the bumper in front of me. that's the game. billy, you win. congratulations. a kathie lee cd. >> oh, great. i have all of her stuff though. do you want to glow like j. lo? >> yes i do.
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all right, the golden globes are behind us the oscars and grammys still ahead. how do the a-listers look so good on the runway? >> here with all the tips and tricks millie -- >> you did a great job. >> so j. lo is the gold standard in glowy, beautiful. >> everyone wants to look like j. lo. the first way you get it is by exfoliating. make sure you exfoliate three to four times a week. i don't recommend it more than that because it can irritate the skin. i love these wipes from sephora. she is putting on mud. it contains glycolic acid lactic acid unbelievable.
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investment in clairerisonic. >> buff it off. >> buff it off. don't exfoliate too much. you can take off the protective layers of your skin. >> they always talk about vitamins on your skin. >> yes. vitamin c. >> that's mine! >> yes. >> you do -- >> yes, you have to use vitamin c. when you're younger, you have that natural glow but as you get older, cot ginllin decreases. these are pads that contain stable forms of vitamin c and a loreal bb cream that is amazing. it contains soy that evens out and brightens the skin. instant j. lo glow. on to the makeup. one item you must have. >> you have to have a good highlighter. you have to have a good highlighter. it is so quick and simple. this is a shimmer. you put a little bit of shimmer -- >> after your foundation after
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you're contoured. you want to put it directly on her cheekbone. just tap it dab it dab, dab, dab. perfect. then if you want to do powders, it comes in a powder. see how quick and simple? love, love love. if you have pink undertones use a highlighter with a pink or pearlescent understoentone. if you have a yellow undertone, golden or broznzes. >> there is one lone wolf. >> there is. it is all about massaging the skin. you should be massaging your face. i love salma hayek's new glow facial oil. jojoba oil, just like the sebum in your skin. start by using these bella sh
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nye schneider beauty globes. you go upward! you want to lift it up. we're lifting up that face. yes, yes, yes, yes, yes. see that? see that? >> feels great. >> you're rubbing it upward. then you're doing that. yes, yes. >> don't ever do this on our own. but if our wives do this for us we'll be there forever. this is great. >> make sure you've got a good oil. it is amazing. >> we'll be right back with more of "today" on nbc. >> thanks ladies. you guys look great! and gentleman.
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i got to say, billy bush this has been a fun week. >> sweetheart you are the kindest, nicest most professional woman hysterical. kind and lovely and my father loves you. i love you more. >> we had a great time. thanks for welcoming joel and
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and right now at 11:00, two churches vandalized in one bay area community. now officers and churchgoers on the lookout for the bad guys. good morning. thank you for joining us. i'm scott mcgrew. >> i'm kris sanchez. vandals struck several times in the last couple weeks and now has the folks in that community feeling very frustrated. >> bob talked to police. they're investigating this as a hate crime now. >> they are. good morning to you. we did just speak with livermore police. even though they believe that a teenager is most likely behind these four vandalism attacks, they are treating it as a hate crime because both targets are churches

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