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>> good news for a friday. that's what's happening "today in the bay." good d morning. boiling over. hundreds of protesters gather outside a donald trump rally in california. nearly 20 arrested. in indiana ted cruz's response to these harsh words from former sfeeshg peaker of te john boehner. >> i have never worked with a more miserable son of a [ bleep ]. >> he allowed his inner trump to come out. >> will boehner's words hurt or help cruz? relentless. more severe weather expected to impact 24 million americans today. tornadoes, hail, heavy rain. al is back to tell us when it will end. who is to blame? the investigation into prince's death how focusing on who provided him with powerful
pain-killers as nbc news learns police were called to the pop star's home at least twice last year. the reason listed as medical. and up in smoke. a top nfl prospect tumbles down the draft board after that controversial post appears on his social media accounts. >> i made that mistake years ago. >> was he really hacked or was it a costly mistake of his own making? today, friday, april 29th, 2016. from nbc news, this is "today," with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a friday morning. before we get into politics. can we take a look outside. have you seen the crowd? >> every one. >> going back to the '90s.
i love the '90s concert. >> we'll throw it back big-time. first to our top stories. talking about violent protests outside a donald trump rally in california where nearly 20 people were arrested. this as trump's opponent, ted cruz, responds to those harsh words from former speaker of the house john boehner. we begin our coverage this morning with nbc national correspondent peter alexander. good morning. >> reporter: this was donald trump's first campaign rally in california, and a huge crowd of anti-trump demonstrators were there to greet him. it became an ugly night. producing the worst violence since the fights inside the canceled rally in chicago in march. this breaking out outside between trump opponents and his supporters. late thursday hundreds of anti-trump protesters in california spilling out into the streets. blocking traffic and attacking police cars. local affiliate knbc capturing this trump supporter bandaged
and talking to medical personnel after reporters witnessed a confrontation. police arriving in riot gear. nearly 20 arrested. inside donald trump cruising into the golden state with nearly 172 delegates, the granddaddy of them all and last stop on the road to the republican nomination. >> no state in america has suffered worse from open borders than the state of california. it's impact on jobs, wages, security, schools, hospitals, has been devastating. i love california! june 7th! >> for ted cruz, counting on a comeback, the devil is in the details. with former speaker of the house john boehner as a private event giving cruz hell. >> lucifer in the flesh. i have never worked with a more miserable son of a [ bleep ]. over my dead body he would be president. >> he allowed his inner trump to come out. when john boehner calls me lucifer, he is not directing that at me. he is directing that at you.
when he says that i am the worst guy he has ever worked with, he's never worked with me. >> four days to indiana. cruz and carly fiorina criss-crossing the state, now do or die for the duo. in washington trump's team feeling very much alive collecting new congressional endorsements and reading cruz his last rites. >> last tuesday was the nail in the coffin. indiana is when he realized. >> with indiana likely to go to the buzzer trump teaming up with a hoosier state hero. >> that son [ bleep ] could play for me. >> bobby knight comparing him to president truman. >> with what he did in dropping and having the guts to drop the bomb in 1944, saved -- saved billions of american lives. and here is a man who would do the same thing. >> back in trump tower in new york, the nypd responded to reports of an envelope containing white powder mailed
to trump's campaign office. his home is also in the building. the envelope was opened by a staff member. overnight police determined the powder was not a threat. not the first time, though. just last month authorities investigating a letter with white powder sent to the office of trump's son. later determined it too was not hazardous. >> peter, thanks. bringing in chuck "todatodd. good morning. no secret that there is not a lot of love lost between john boehner and ted cruz. in a certain way, do you think this helps ted cruz? he makes the argument that it's the establishment that doesn't like him. >> this could have helped ted cruz six months ago. it could have helped ted cruz if there was no such thing as donald trump. this hurts ted cruz now. it's emblematic of why the stop trump movement couldn't get people to rally around ted cruz. you know, there is 100%, nearly 100% conviction among republicans that donald trump will not be a good republican
nominee, but there is not a consensus that somehow ted cruz would be a better alternative. what you hear john boehner say is essentially what you hear behind the scenes here in washington with a lot of republicans. as much as they fear trump, they think cruz, the alternative in cruz is worse. this is why cruz is stuck where he's at right now. >> what you're saying, chuck, is the prospects for a republican -- a united republican party in this general election season are extremely dim. >> it's very dim. if the choices are trump and cruz, it's not going to be a party that's going to be able to unite with itself. and that's why, when paul ryan took himself out -- and i am convinced now the stop trump movement totally lost all of its steam when paul ryan said there is no way i -- don't expect me to be your savior at the convention. don't expect me to be somehow encouraging people to put me on the ballot. that's what we're staring at here and that's what the
republican party is staring at. one more point, matt. john boehner is not speaker of the house because of ted cruz, don't forget that. john boehner certainly hasn't forgotten that. >> a huge part of it. let's talk about indiana, it's supposed to be the alamo for the stop trump movement. does it still hold that potential? >> it really does. trump can lose indiana and still get to the magic number. it's a little harder. good news for trump. if he wins indiana by a point, what does ted cruz do from here? where does he go from here? what's his rationale after this. cruz has thrown it all out there. use every metaphor. throwing all the ships on the table. tried the alliance with kasich. if none of it works, where does he go? >> chuck todd, thank you. watch "meet the press" this sunday. the guest is senator ted cruz. >> convenient. there you go. breaking overnight. north korea sentences a u.s. citizen today to ten years in prison on espionage charges. soldiers led the south korean
born man into a courtroom in the capital city. he was detained on suspicion of engaging on spying and stealing state secrets. this comes weeks after a university of virginia student was sentenced to 15 years of hard labor for allegedly trying to steal a propaganda poster from a hotel. joe biden at the vatican this morning. he met with pope francis today. both men speaking at a conference on regenerative medicine. the vice president is leading the white house's so-called moon shot effort to cure cancer. last year biden lost his oldest son beau to brain cancer. a bizarre and frightening scene in baltimore where police shot a suspect who walked into a television station wearing an animal costume, a surgical mask and what appeared to be a bomb strapped to his chest. tom costello has the latest.
>> reporter: this is a strange story. a calm security guard at the fox tv station kept the suspect distracted while employees got out. the suspect is now identified at 25-year-old alex breezy. he claimed he had a bomb and he was talking about a government conspiracy. social media video shot by a fox station employee of baltimore police confronting a suspect who claimed he had a bomb. >> get on the ground! >> reporter: at refusing to surrender police open fire. it all started when a man wearing an animal costume, surgical mask and what appeared to be explosives on his chest showed up at the tv station carrying a flash drive that he said he wanted the station to air. a man who identified himself as edward breezy later told our baltimore affiliate wbal the suspect was his son alex breezy. a station security guard kept him distracted, alerting employees to evacuate. >> he kept on saying, you know, i don't want to hurt anyone.
i don't want to hurt you. but i just really want my message to be heard. i said, okay, i hear you. >> reporter: in the parking lot police say breezy had lit his car on fire. as he walked out of the station, s.w.a.t. officers were awaiting, guns drawn. they ordered him on the ground. when he refused, they opened fire. police stayed back as a robot moved in to remove the suspect's vest. it turns out the vest wasn't made of explosives. >> those devices were actually chocolate candy bars wrapped in aluminum foil with wiring connecting each of them. there was also a small motherboard. >> reporter: officers cautiously moved in. the suspect, taken to a waiting armored vehicle. photos on facebook confirmed as the suspect by his father give a glimpse into breezy's life. his dad telling the fox station his son is not a threat and a recent breakup may be to blame. >> it looks like he has had a mental breakdown. he has no way of doing a bomb or
anything. >> reporter: edward breezy saying his son said a few weeks ago that he had had a revelation from god or from jesus that the world is going to come to some sort of a terrible adjaceevent e 3rd and he was trying to get the word out on the flash drive. >> thaufrn. the fbi arrested three more people in connection with the san bernardino shooting in december. three people related to the shooters were involved in a marriage scheme to allow one to remain in the united states fraudulently. investigators uncovered the sham marriage during their investigation into the december shootings that killed 14 people and wounded 22 others. this morning there is a new twist in the investigation into the death of pop superstar prince. law enforcement now reportedly looking into what role a doctor or doctors may have played in a possible drug overdose. nbc's stephanie gosk is in minnesota with the latest. hi, stephanie. >> reporter: good morning, matt. with no official cause of death,
details of the investigation into prince's final days continue to leak out. the associated press reporting that investigators are looking into whether a doctor prescribed drugs for him that led to an overdose and whether a doctor was on board that plane that made an emergency landing in the days before his death. meanwhile, his family has had their first meeting about the estate, and it could get complicated. no will, no spouse, and no children. prince's estate, which is estimated to be worth as much as $300 million, will be split among his surviving siblings. they met for the first time on thursday in minneapolis. including prince's half-brother alfred jackson who afterwards spoke with nbc news exclusively. how was it to see everybody? >> pretty good. it made me feel better. >> reporter: he admitted an estate like this is not easily divided. >> everything was everywhere. i have a theory that perhaps he
intended it this way so that he could in an unbiased way, share with all of his siblings. >> reporter: is this going to be tough? >> well, not from our end. >> reporter: jackson says it's been years he's been in contact with his brother. he saw paisley park for the first time this week. >> i knew he built it with his own hands. so i just wanted to see it. >> rep hands. >> reporter: as the family negotia negotia negotiates, the sheriff's office worries the intense scrutiny could jeopardize the investigation. the search warrant was filed the day prince died. the calls for service were revealed in the last five years. police requested for suspicious activity and alarms and fires. then last year, medical with no further details. ♪ purple rain, purple rain
>> reporter: so the mystery remains. fans like heidi barker. she caught prince in atlanta for his final performance. >> as we left the stage the back drop was a younger photo of himself and he turned around and he sort of saluted that photo to his younger self. as he left, he put his fists in the air and it was triumphant. >> reporter: a public memorial is scheduled in los angeles on may 6th. the mayor says it will be quite a party. matt and savannah. >> stephanie, thank you. now to the severe weather outbreak. another 24 million people in the line of fire as the storms sweep across the region. they are dealing with dangerous flooding. we have nbc's miguel almaguer in gulfport, mississippi. good morning, miguel. >> reporter: savannah, good
morning. welcome to the new biloxi river. we are 100 yards away from the edge of the river typically is. this morning, it is cresting 4.5 feet above flood stage. this was caused by a massive storm yesterday. i want to show you what it looked like. more than 10 inches of rain fell in a couple of hours. it was a dramatic scene. mayor declared an emergency here. there were more than 200 911 calls. it is a wild week of weather across the country. more than 22 tornadoes touching down in seven different states. authorities from across the country have been most concerned about the tornado alley area in the midwest where they have seen a severe bout of severe weather. back here in mississippi, they are concerned that the water level will rise a couple more inches as we move forward. no homes are in the immediate threat danger, but the wild weather and heavy rain will continue throughout the weekend.
savannah. >> miguel almaguer, thank you. >> let's go to al here. back from a couple days away. nice to have you back. >> i wish we had better weather to talk about. as miguel mentioned, still looking at more rain. severe thunderstorm watches out and we may be looking at more tornadoes today. enhanced area from oklahoma city, wichita falls, dallas, shreveport to little rock. hail is the most common threat. we can not rule out isolated tornadoes. multiple rounds of storms for oklahoma and texas. down into mississippi and alabama. georgia eventually. so a lot of rain. look at this over the next three days. anywhere from 3 to 5 inches of rain stretching from lake charles to memphis. 7 million people under a flash flood watch right now. we could see rain rates 1 to 2 inches per hour.
we will get to your local forecast coming up in the next 30 seconds. we're get ting good morning, i'm meteorologist kari hall. we start out with a few clouds near the coast and sunshine. chilly temperatures. it's 47 in the north bay. in the low 50s in the east bay peninsula and south bay. this afternoon will be cooler in some spots. especially san francisco. high of 62 there. warmer in the north bay.
76. mostly cloudy start to the day in some areas. becoming sunny. and that's your latest weather, savannah. >> frightening moment for passengers on a flight from newark to omaha, nebraska. a united airlines flight made an emergency landing after the engine made a groaning noise and the plane dipped to the left. it did land safely and passengers were put on a different flight. >> plenty of drama for college football's top players that were looking to make a jump to the pros. >> with the first pick in the 2016 nfl draft, the los angeles rams select jared goff, quarterback, california. >> cal quarterback jared goff the number one overall pick. he's headed to the l. afa. rams. the night did not go as planned for laremy tunsil.
he tumbled down the board as a bizarre video was shown of him on his twitter account minutes before. his agent says tunsil's twitter account was hacked. he tweeted an apology and was picked 13th by the miami dolphins. but it potentially cost him millions of dollars. >> talk about bad timing. >> no question. coming up hear them roar. pop super star katy perry in a new show down with california nuns over a multimillion dollar property. >> plus after nearly 150 years the biggest stars of the greatest show on earth are retiring this weekend. we get a sneak peek at what's next for the beloved animals. but first, this is "today" on nbc.
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first a look at your weather. >> good morning, sam. mostly clear skies as we look at san francisco. beautiful start to the day and temperatures will be nice and comfortable. at least for now. it does get warm as the seven-day forecast comes up, you'll see how much we warm up over the next calm of days. 51 in concord and livermore. highs up to 72. in the peninsula, low 60s there 62 in san francisco. upper 70s for parts of the north bay and east bay and mid 70s for the tri-valley. >> sam talked about the closure in milpitas. slowing across the dunbarton and san mateo bridge. west bound we have slowing four minutes then things start to move better again. >> good to hear for those drivers. that's going to do it for us right now. we'll be back.
♪ >> april 29th, 2016. we're getting back to the 90s. we have a great crowd out there getting ready to celebrate with a throw back concert. >> we'll get to that in our 8:30 half hour but first the headlines. violent protests erupted overnight in california as donald trump took his campaign to the delegate rich golden state. meanwhile ted cruz fired back at john boehner after the former speaker of the house called him lucifer in the house. he said boehner allowed his inner trump to come out. the new feud comes as cruz heads
to indiana to keep his hopes alive for an open convention. >> severe weather barrels across the plains and the south. dangerous flooding after days of heavy rain there. the storms bring a risk of tornadoes and baseball sized hail. >> this morning baltimore police have a man in custody after he walked into a television station wearing an animal costume, a surgical mask and what appeared to be a bomb strapped to his chest. the suspect, 25-year-old alex was shot by one of the officers. katy perry's legal battle with california nun over the purchase of their content and nearly filed court documents and a vatican decree was lost in translation. >> it's not often worlds collide between pop stars and the vatican. especially not over real estate but that's exactly what is
happening in los angeles. two nuns battle it out in court to determine if katy perry has a right to own their former convent. take it as an article of faith. real estate can be an unholy mess. who owns the right to sell the 22,000 square foot mansion that once housed the blessed virgin mary convent. none of the nuns live on the property but they still believe the right to sell is theirs and two of them struck a deal with the local developer to buy the property for $15.5 million in june of last year. >> i got very swept away by the sisters. >> the los angeles diocese claims the sell is invalid and the nuns gave control of the property to them in 1992. they entered into a similar deal with pop star katy perry. the dispute made it to the los angeles superior court and just over two weeks ago the judge
ruled in favor of the arch diocese referring from a decree from the vatican dismissing the sisters case. the sisters argue the decree was incorrectly translated and now filed a motion for reconsideration in order to save the decision. >> it clearly says matters are not concluded in the vatican. the judge should not have ruled that matters were concluded. >> first part the archdiocese stated their main concern is and have always been the care and wellbeing of all the heart of mary sisters and they stand with the court's ruling that protects all the sisters from an invalid transaction. though they pledged to look after the five remaining sisters until their death. what's at stake is who controls the money. >> the sisters have the ability to control their own affairs. >> she says this is not about her or katy perry saying it is
my belief that the powers that be in rome will make this right for the nuns. >> the hearing on the sister's motion is scheduled for june 20th but the arch diocese are headed to court today to see if they can expedite the motion. katy perry did not respond to our request for comment. >> thank you very much. >> this weekend marks the end of an era for the greatest show on earth. the ringling brothers featured elephants for 150 years but now the gentle giants will take their final bow. kerry sanders has an exclusive rehi behind the scenes look. good morning. >> well, good morning, they're packing it in. they're having their final show day coming up here on sunday. that's when they'll make their final exit. this is karen here. karen is going to be joining her good friends. very hungry this morning karen. joining her friends officially
after sunday in retirement. what do you think of that? ♪ >> reporter: electricphants havg been a symbol of the greatest show on earth. the stars of ringling brothers circus for 145 years. now they're getting ready to take their final bow and retire from the circus forever. >> this is really in the best interest of the elephants and the best interest of our company and in the best interest of audiences. the decision comes after animal rights activists changed laws in cities and towns where the circus travels. compliance became more complicated. so where do electricphants reti? they're moving to where else? florida. >> you're a good-looking girl. >> reporter: 200 acres far from the public eye. the ringling brothers center for elephant conservation. >> did you ever think they would come? >> no, thousands of people would
love to see these incredible animals and i would hoping that would go on forever. >> soon the center will be home to 40 retired elephants. while they won't be wowing children anymore they'll be playing a critical role for a special group of kids. pediatric cancer patients. >> how do you feel about elephants? >> i love elephants. >> reporter: researchers in utah are now using blood from the elephants to find a cure for cancer. >> we're really excited by this finding that elephants almost never get cancer. now the challenge is to try to see how can we take this information and apply it to people. >> back at ringling's winter headquaters in florida. >> this is where we build all of the scenery. >> reporter: the design of the show is constantly evolving. there's skating and outer space scenes and new technology. are you trying to replace the electrical fanphants with this? >> it's a way to do something
new and different and do things we have never been able to do before. >> in anyway are you sad to see the elephants go? >> it's bittersweet but i'm so excited about taking this brand into the future. >> reporter: well, there will still be, even though the elephants are not there, camels and lions and tigers and even kangaroos and as a sign of the time, a nod to the younger generation. my hand is caught. there we go. sorry. and they're actually going to live stream on facebook. their final act on sunday and karen, are you a little nervous or just plain hungry. maybe she is nostalgic, guys, what do you think? >> thank you. let's get a check of the weather now from al. >> let's show you what's going on. if you're too young to remember you'll get it. anyway, you're looking at more
snow. we're talking snow in denver and the rockies. cheyenne 6 to 10 inches. this closed off upper level low has all the cold air with it. jet stream dips way down to the south. look at the temperatures today. throughout the southwest flagstaff 54, 40 degrees in denver. that's 26 degrees below average. saturday more of the same and it goes right on we are preparing for a warm-up in the bay area. a cool start this friday morning with mostly clear skies. it's now 53 in the east bay and 47 in the north bay. expect a high of 76. much warmer temperatures with a breezy one in san francisco. a mix of sun and clouds through the afternoon. 62 and 73 in the south bay. over the next few days getting ready for highs in the 80s. especially for all of our inland valleys.
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snapchat claiming the speed tracking filter led to a car crash in georgia. >> jeff rossen is in birmingham, alabama with the fallout from this. good morning. >> good morning. we all think we are masters at taking selfies. here is one here. or just texting our friends. i'm fast. do i it all day just like you at home. it is a different ball game behind the wheel. we heard these warnings before, but today, we want to show you exactly what we are talking about. we have the high tech driving simulator in birmingham, alabama. i'll do everything wrong. i'll text and take selfies and researchers are tracking my eyes. see what happens. >> reporter: in the latest case, this woman accused of taking a selfie while driving. trying to post on snapchat and crashing into another car. after the accident, she snapped another selfie on a gurney with the caption, lucky to be alive. the driver she hit barely made
it out alive. suffering brain damage. now suing snapchat. but it's not just on snapchat. this 18-year-old girl behind the wheel posting on facebook, i can't discuss this matter now. driving and facebooking is not safe. haha. seconds later, she crashed into a tanker truck and was killed. >> you picture our heart in there. just a big chunk gone. >> this is how it can end. >> reporter: now drivers across the country admitting to it. on instagram, the #drivingselfie going viral. tens of thousands of drivers posting photos from behind the wheel. so today researchers at the university of alabama at birmingham are using cutting edge technology to scare us all straight. >> let me get in the simulator. looks like a regular suv. >> reporter: once inside, they hook me up to the special eye tracker software focused on my
p pupils. they can see where i'm looking in real time and how long i looked away. every second analyzed by a specialist. >> do i just start driving? >> i want you to drive normally and try to take a selfie. >> i'll open the camera app. make sure the lighting's good. got it. >> send a text message. >> i would not normally text and drive. i will hear. i'll send a text to my producer josh. hi, i'm shooting at the lab. call you after. and send. all right. let me pull over here. how did i do? >> not so great. that text you just sent required your eyes off the road for ten seconds. you were all over the road.
swear swerving. >> what about the selfie? >> you took your eyes off the road for 15 seconds. at 30 miles an hour, it is dangerous. >> reporter: it is more dangerous at highway speeds. >> so now i'm going 60 miles per hour. i'm not only going to take a selfie, but post it to my social media. let me flip it around to selfie mode. okay. now i'm going to post it. still working on posting it. okay. share. okay. i posted it. >> reporter: this time the results are more alarming. >> that took your eyes off the road for 25 seconds. that's like traveling the distance of a couple football fields with your eyes closed. this is real life stuff. it is important to understand how dangerous distracted driving is. >> seems so clear. obvious don't do it. so many people do. listen to the stat. nearly 50% of all car accidents in america distracted driving is
a factor. now social media companies are saying it is a bad idea. don't do it. snapchat telling nbc news, no snap is more important than someone's safety. >> good information. especially as we have kids who are taking to the wheel which is no good. >> that doesn't take into account the entertainment systems in the cars. still to come, while will ferrell's new comedy does not have the reagan family laughing. and we're heading back to the '90s with dylan in the orange room for carson. when we come back.
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wx toss to traffic good friday morning, i'm meteorologist kari hall taking a live look at sunshine over san francisco as our temperatures slowly warm up. we will see a few clouds mixing in as winds increase throughout the afternoon. starting out once again with chilly air as our temperatures continue to warm up. we'll go through the day going from the upper 40s to low 50s. highs today reaching into the 70s. now it's 55 in oakland. 52 in santa rosa and concord. 72 the high today. san mateo 65. 61 in the mission district. santa rosa high of 76. 77 in brentwood. pleasanton a high of 73. warmer temperatures for saturday and sunday. up into the 80s in some of those inland spots. let's head over to mike with an update on the morning commute. >> it's friday. we are seeing a nice easy friday for most of the bay. san rafael we have slowing.
they have cleared and moving well except for that particular spot there. look at your map. the bay showing a similar flow of traffic. nothing bad as far as any concerns. bay bridge toll plaza slowing for the east shore freeway. heading toward the maze. typical pattern for a friday. 101 look lighter than you see the previous four days. back to you. thank you. happening now, lots of foot traffic in california's republican convention which is about to begin in burlingame. presidential nominee donald trump is making a midday appearance. he is the first speech. police expect hundreds, if not thousands of protesters. bob redell is there now. >> cal quarterback jared goff one of the intriguing storylines from the first night of the l.a. draft. drafting goff first overall. see you in a half hour.
♪ ♪ it's 8:00 on "today." coming up. meternity leave? should you be entitled to a maternity leave equivalent and get paid time off even if you don't have children? >> i think a meternity leave is a time where it's really just for you. it's a time to take a step back. >> we'll talk to the author of a new book that has people talking. plus, pop superstar adam levine. >> you are the embodiment of that dream. >> we'll catch up with the singer and voice coach to talk about season 10, his tribute to prince and beicoming a dad. long live the '90s. ♪ push it
>> we're throwing it back on our plaza this morning with the "i love the '90s" concert tour. kicking off our morning celebration with performances by salt-n-pepa and vanilla ice. >> we love the '90s! >> ice, ice baby. >> all the way from houston, texas, to celebrate our birthdays. >> ready to shoop with salt-n-pepa. >> for my son's birthday. >> we love the '90s. >> ice, ice baby! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] we're back. it's 8:00 on a friday morning.
on the plaza we have some singing to do. [ cheers and applause ] in the rockies snow. >> look at the crowd we have down there. >> they're so excited. the throw-back to the '90s. then we'll be in this era with current star adam levine. a lot to get to. music. interviews. adam is dancing in the room. chanel, take it away. protests turned violent. protesters tangled with trump supporters and riot police. nearly 20 were arrested. ted cruz is responding to harsh words from former house speaker john boehner who was caught on tape calling him "miserable in the flesh" and a quote "miserable person."
authorities say a man shot by a police sniper outside a baltimore police station is expected it survive. the 25-year-old man was wearing a panda costume, surgical mask and claimed to have a bomb. it turned out to be a flotation device with candy bars wrapped in foil connected with wires. police had to use a robot to disconnect the device. one of the mormons hurt in the terrorist bombings is now home. he was greeted by family, friends and lots of yellow ribbons. he spent a month recovering in the burn unit. a new twist this morning in the case of two florida teenagers who disappeared off the coast of florida during a fishing trip last year. the teens' families suspect that foul play may have been involved. their fishing boat was discovered off bermuda last month with an iphone and a tackle box on board. the family is now demanding that the phone, which was heavily damaged by salt water, be turned
over to third-party investigators so it can be examined. finally, what do you call 12 police officers who need help? if you are the firemen called to rescue them, a photo op. these officers got stuck in the elevator at the police academy in kansas city, missouri. before getting them out they documented the situation. the police department posted the photo on their facebook page saying, well, that was embarrassing. a little rivalry. they're like, oh, you need our help? okay. they took a picture of them. >> thank you. >> ignore him. when it comes to maternity leave there is plenty of controversy in the country over the lack of guaranteed paid time off. >> one woman is taking the fight a little bit further raising the question should all workers be entitled to the equivalent of a maternity leave even if they don't have children. nbc's morgan radford is here with more on that.
this is going to get interesting. >> a very hot debate. meghan floyd called her new novel meternity. it was based on her life as a career woman who saw colleagues leave for months on end after having a child. in general she thought some extended time away would be go for anyone. when she linked that to maternity leave she got a furious debate. >> what to expect when you're expecting. dirty diapers. not much sleep. that's why new parents take maternity leave. author meghan foy turned that idea on its head with her novel called "meternity." it's about a woman who fakes pregnancy to take paid time off to figure her life out. foy is quoted in the book as saying, i couldn't help but feel envious when parents on staff left at 6:00 p.m. to attend to their children while it was assumed co-workers without kids would stay behind to pick up the
slack. the back lash was swift. one tweeting it trivialized parenthood. one says it's only a good idea if the people on meternity leave can sleep four minutes every four hours for the next four years. she says her book was meant as a fun look as a personal journey. >> i actually think they're very different. i think a maternity leave is when you're fully focused on a new human being and a meternity leave is when it's really just for you, it's a time to take a step back. >> she took that step for herself a few years ago. >> i decided to save up money, quit my job and start to carve out a free-lance writing career and work on this book. >> she says she doesn't think companies should give every worker paid extended time off, and she also says she wasn't attacking mothers.
>> i have tremendous respect for moms and pretty much all my friends are moms and i see every single day what they go through and how difficult their maternity leaves were. >> foy says she respects how the moms she knows came back from maternity leave stronger than before. experts say it can be a period of personal growth. >> fast forward these important life-changing decisions. do i want to stay in this job. it gives them pause to think about these things and ask themselves, is this where i see myself spending the next 10, 15, or 20 years. >> if you're looking for proof that foy respects mothers look no further than the first pages of her book where she dedicates it to her own mother. a lot of weary parents of young children got one look at the title and were shaking their sleepy heads. >> i get it. >> the idea of a pause to regroup, think about things and maybe come at them from a different direction is not a bad idea. the way she went about it in the beginning --
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>> good luck. we know it's going to go well. we'll start with a possible fix for all the auto correct fails that can make for pretty embarrassing moments like this one. one person typed are you still coming to church with us on sunday. duh! last time was so amazing the pastor and i had a long touch. i felt really great after. >> um, what? omg long talk. do you like what i did? that's why they had me read it. trying to alleviate the embarrassment apple insider just filed for a patent that would highlight words altered by auto correct so the recipient would know which ones are changed. omg like what. >> and i'm all and you're all. sometimes it helps me because i'm a terrible speller. >> you have to proofread before you send. >> yeah. >> just boom. >> the hover board, okay. we all did the whole back to the future thing not long ago.
here's the next thing coming to a sidewalk near you. it's the hover bike. it's the latest creation from collin firth. the guy known as the mad scientist. his device uses two motors to propel it off the ground. he took about four different sessions to get the hang of it. he admits it's the most outrageous thing he ever created. what could go wrong? if it gets low it cuts the grass. if you fall funny it cuts you. >> wow. >> collin now a member of a choir. jts >> soprano. >> a pizza box made entirely out of pizza. >> omg. >> that's right. a traditional circular pizza inside a pizza shaped box. the box is a pizza, get it? >> amazing.
>> save paper. >> it's got to be delicious. this is the brain child of vinny's pizzeria in brooklyn. you can eat the box. >> it's like soup in a bread bowl. >> don't kill the joy. >> how much does it cost? >> $40. >> i don't know. >> $40. >> i only like round pizza so i wouldn't like the box shaped pizza. >> pizza in any shape is delicious. >> why only round pizza? >> it's a thing. if i close my eyes maybe i could do it but i like round pizza. >> wow. >> what's the symbol of our country? >> bald eagle. >> it's getting some company. the united states getting ready to designate a national mammal. >> what do you think it will be? >> buffalo? >> bison. oh, bison. congress just passed the national bison legacy act which
means the animal is a historical symbol of the united states and establishes it as the nation's landmark mammal but the eagle is not getting the boot. by the way, national tree is the mighty oak. national floral emblem? >> what. >> seriously? >> the rose. >> it's the rose. >> i would have told you if you were wrong. >> do you think the bison knows? >> no. >> no one likes circular bison, right? now to will ferrell and the backlash to his next project and getting tied up before his big debut. >> first to will ferrell and the controversy over his latest project. he has been tapped to play ronald reagan in a new movie. variety describing the project as a comedy looking at president
reagan's battle with alzheimer and that isn't sitting well with the reagan children. what an outrage alzheimer's is not a swroek. it killed. you should be ashamed all of you. and patti davis wrote perhaps for your comedy you would like to visit some dementia facilities. i have. and my hope would be if you are a descent humid being you wouldn't either. >> so far no comment from will ferrell. next to america's got talent. it returns next month and with the exit of howard stern get ready to see a familiar face joining the judge's table. >> well, we finally meet. >> is he really going to behave himself? >> he better. >> is all of this necessary? i don't actually bite. >> introducing our new judge for the season simon cowell.
>> i can't believe we didn't get any buzzers. >> never too late. >> as we all know -- >> simon was already executive producer of the show but he'll make his debut as a judge when america's got talent returns right here on nbc. >> i'm excited about that. dylan thank you. al to the weather. >> let's show you what we've got going on. we have this severe weather going on from texas on into the mid plains. we're going to watch this today. we do have an enhanced risk of storms from oklahoma city, dallas, shreveport, hail and we can't rule out some tornadoes and torrential downpours. some places picking up 1 to 2 inches per hour. upwards of 6 inches before it's all over and in the south look at these unseasonably warm temperatures approaching records. atlanta, chattanooga,
montgomery, tampa, baton rouge and that's yr latest weather, matt. >> thank you so much. adam levine is here. he's been a coach on all ten seasons of nbc's the voice. not that he's keeping score or anything but he won it three times. the competition is heating up and adam is setting his sights on a 4th win. good morning, nice to see you. >> good morning. >> you look good, man. you look sharp.
>> thank you. i like your suit as well. >> how are you feeling? >> tired because it's early but i'm good. >> you have a chance to win this year. you have two of the remaining ten contestants how are you feeling about it? >> i'm excited. a lot of great singers. >> you make a lot of it. do you really care if you win? the true part is you like the process. you like working with the acts. >> honest to god i love to win. winning is great but it's kind of more fulfilling and rewarding to treat it like it's a big workshop and if he we win we win and if we don't we still did great things and everyone is happy. >> you help the performers with their choices and performing and do you ever stop and mentor them about the business side of the music business? >> other than telling them it sucks. the business side is not great, i just tell them to always be ahead and not worry about the business because there's a lot
of things to think about to be totally frank. but it's really more about just focus on your craft, work really hard and kind of hope for the best. >> this week all the coaches kind of had their memories of prince. can we just go there for a second. howard stern by the way released a piece of tape of you covering purple rain at his birthday party a few years ago. give me your thoughts on prince and what he meant to your career. >> oh, man. it's so shocking just to hear -- i don't think anybody -- it was so unexpected and out of the blue. prince was a huge, huge influence on me as an artist. just the way he did things his own way always and the music was so wild and completely different and he played guitar and he was a differ kind of pop star. you know. he was more than that. he was a lot of things. he's already so missed.
>> it's weird to even say there's a silver lining to this but there isn't. but if there's anything good it's that young people are getting to hear his music now when they may not have been exposed to it in the past. >> which is never a bad thing. it's beautiful and he just, he'll always be someone that i have looked up to in all ways as an artist. miss the guy. >> what's happening with maroon 5? >> we're doing stuff. we're in and out of the studio right now and i'm actually really, really excited about something that i just did on my own. and not enough people are seeing it. so we got to make people see it. it's so, so good. >> you wrote a song for this movie. are you going to now go off more in that area? what's going on here? >> john carney did begin again and he sent the movie over and was like do you want to do this
song? and i loved the movie so much i had to be a small part of it. but it's one of those things. everyone that sees it loves it but not enough people have seen it. it's a small movie. please everybody go see it, okay? >> we got the message. >> i never plug anything. i'm not a plugger. don't do that. >> but you feel strongly about it. >> i'm passionate about that. >> i don't know if you got to see the monitor there but we were showing some video of you like 12 years ago with maroon 5 performing. >> 12 years ago here. >> yeah that's the one right there. what do you think of when you see that guy? >> oh, that guy. there's that guy. >> what happened to that guy? >> he's still here. i'm right here. yeah. i'll never forget that shirt. someone gave it to me right before we did that performance. we have been on this show 100 million times. >> we love it. >> thank you for supporting us. no tattoos either.
>> when did they all happen? >> yesterday. >> when's the last time you got a tattoo? >> i have a huge piece on my back that took me about six months to do. my mom loves it. she's here. >> ds she hate it? >> she hates it. >> mom is going to be a grandma. you guys are having a baby in september and it's a little -- >> it's a girl. >> it's a girl. >> how are you feeling? so excited. so pumped. it's happening so fast. >> you're going to be a mush ball. i can just tell. >> i'm a dead man. >> you have this quick witt but it's going to be game over. >> it's game over. >> we have some fabulous parting gifts for you. >> baby stuff? >> of course baby stuff. >> baby stuff. >> there you go. we have a kids karaoke machine. the mandatory today show onesie and stuffed animals. we were hedging our bets with
the white. we weren't exactly sure but now that we're sure we're happy to hand that off. >> this is so awesome. >> thank you. that's not for you. it's for the baby actually. >> this is for me. >> good to have you here adam. congratulations. >> good to see you. >> we appreciate it. you can watch the voice monday 7:00 central time right here on nbc. >> savannah. >> all right, matt, thanks so much. we're about to press rewind and give us a taste of the 90s. vanilla ice and salt n peppa. everybody is here. but first check of your local news and weather. i'm ...
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♪ >> all right it's 8:30. it's april 29th, 2016 but it is the 90s out on our plaza. we are getting ready to throw it back. we have the i love the 90s tour right here. we're so excited. >> if you want to stop, collaborate and listen. >> come here. hoda kotb saying hi to the fans and our performers. >> all right. >> we're very excited. let's get a check of the weather. >> all right. let's see what we got. ice, ice baby. it feels like that out here.
look at saturday. sunshine here in the northeast. we have wet weather. strong risk of strong storms in the mississippi river valley and then sunday, sunday we are looking at more wet weather along the eastern seaboard. look for showers in the rockies although there will be some snow as well. nice and warm in the pacific northwest. temperatures in the 70s to the
>> look who is back, our man. >> what's going on? >> all right. back inside guys. >> this morning we're wrapping up our series one small thing. today we're focussing on forgiveness. elizabeth is here with tips on repairing relationships. hard to think about repairing your relationship in one small thing. what's something that we can do today to turn the page. >> one small thing you can do is don't wait to say i'm sorry. we think the other person should apologize. they think we should apologize. it's not going to happen. be the one to take the initiative. >> when you think about forgiveness people think i'm giving that gift to someone else but in a way it's a gift to yourself. >> it is absolutely a gift to yourself. so bitterness and guilt cause your stress. cause you have to unhealthy
habits. not only that but when we have positive relationships we actually live longer so it's a gift for yourself. >> so you really need to fully forgive someone to get on that path to healing. >> forgiveness is a process. it's not all or nothing. so the more you forgive the more benefits you're going to get. >> so it's not forgive and forget right? >> we often confuse forgiveness with forgetting. it's not the same thing. >> there's a difference between forgiving someone and reconciling with them. you could forgive someone and still think that's not a healthy relationship. i shouldn't go back to that. >> absolutely. forgiving is getting rid of the notion that that shouldn't happen. you can forgive and get rid of that anger but still decide not to get back into that relationship. >> back to our one small thing idea. you have a good catch phrase in terms of deciding if you want to forgive something and fill in the blank is better than perfect. >> yeah.
we think people should be perfect and they're not. what's better than perfect for you? laugher. maybe family gatherings so family is better than perfect. >> if you're going to say sorry, what is the one word that should not be part of the sentence? >> do not include but. but. >> you kind of messed this up or whatever. >> it negates everything that you said before. so take accountability for what you did so you can move on. >> thank you so much. >> if you want more on friends and family friday go to today.com/one small thing. you can also sign up for our one small thing news letter there. you can text today to 66866 messaging and at a at a rates may apply. coming up natalie's conversation with george lopez. sounding off on everything from his new show to the presidential race. but first this is "today" on nbc.
>> we are back with viva today celebrating hispanic culture and heritage. >> natalie had a big night. she had a chance to be part of the billboard latin music awards. how did it go? >> good morning. it was great. such a fun night last night. this morning though we're taking a look at george lopez. never afraid to speak his mind. he's a voice empowering others in the latino community. >> george lopez is starring in his newcomb series lopez which debuted next month. >> i didn't think i had any stories to tell anymore. but that has a lot of stories. >> too many latinos are watching. every day is a new issue.
>> you have an 80% positive rating among blacks and hispanics but not as high among -- >> whites. >> asians. >> i made the show very diverse. because i don't want to toot the horn and say look how everybody looks. that's the way i see the world. >> lopez grew up in los angeles of mexican heritage and was raised by his grandmother. he began his career doing stand up comedy. >> people look at me when i'm on the golf course and they go, is he on break? >> and his big break came from sandra bullock. >> backstage she said i want to explore what's in your life, what's in your act because it's like a train wreck and i can't turn away. >> we have been waiting for you my child. >> that introduction lead to his first television show, george lopez. >> here comes ramon the towel boy. oh, god. >> not a day goes by that i don't thank her. >> the last time you were here -- >> in 2009 lopez went on to host a late night talk show lopez
tonight but his roots have always been in stand up comedy. >> up on stage doing stand up it's the freest form of expression you can have. lopez endorsed democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders. >> i made a joke about bernie sanders. people were like he doesn't know what he's talking about. i'm a comedian. it's a joke. >> i don't like donald trump's politics. to call mexicans rapists and criminals. it's mean. if he wins i'm leaving the united states and i'm taking eva longoria with me. >> lopez devotes time to his community. he has an annual toy give away where every child at his former elementary school receives a gift during the holidays. >> the reason that i enjoy helping people is i know what it's like to be in need and i know what it's like to go to bed
hungry. i do it because we didn't have anything growing up. so it helps. >> through his foundation lopez raises awareness about kidney disease. he had a genetic condition with his kidneys and in 2005 his wife donated one of her own to hill. lopez lost 45 pounds after the operation. now lopez continues to make strides for the latino community. >> i want to say i appreciate that. >> we don't think the same. we don't eat the same. we don't vote the same. we don't even talk the same language. i'm not trying to encompass all latinos. i'm trying to tell my story. over the course of my career i've seen more cohesiveness between latinos. there's a unity there that wasn't there 25 years ago. >> and george lopez is currently on his comedy stand up tour at arenas across the country.
such a good guy and hasn't forgotten his roots or where he comes from. >> do you know what's driving us crazy natalie? it's 45 degrees here and we're looking at you in beautiful miami. jealous. >> by the way, pan down bruce. this is how you work in miami. flip flops. >> i love it. >> feet firmly in the sand. i got to tell you, there are benefits to being on assignment. >> natalie, thank you. up next, vanilla ice, salt and peppa, all for one. it's a 90s deem team epic throw back concert. but first this is "today" on nbc.
like the running man or cabbage patch or the roger rabbit. the i love the '90s tour is for you. >> check this out. vanilla ice. salt-n-pepa. all for one. a few of the acts crossing the country right now on a national tour. they've made a detour with our plaza. with big news about the show. great to have you, folks. >> thank you. >> big news. more dates. more interest. tell me about it. >> it's incredible. it's a wave and we're riding it. it's awesome. people are coming out, and they're lined up around the building. they're dressing up all crazy with the neon colors. >> and the earrings. >> the jackets. >> it really feels like the '90s. >> who comes out to see you guys in people our age or young folks too? >> young. >> it's crazy. >> every age bracket under the sun. >> everything. >> some of them weren't even
born. >> exactly. you've recorded songs like "push it" and "what a man" did you think they would be still be around today? >> we're selling out everywhere we go. we just appreciate the fact that our fans still love all the fans we've made over the years. [ applause ] >> hee lo >> we love you guys. >> is there a fan favorite that everyone loves to hear? >> i think they love ""shoop." and "push it." >> "shoop" is a great karaoke song. >> you said it's a good possessed song. what's that mean? >> it won't die. when we made the song, we didn't even like it and now it's our
most popular song ever. >> you like it now, don't you. >> who is up first this morning? >> i think it's you. >> okay. >> we're in new york city, baby. "today" show. you know the words. let's sing it. >> you know, you know. come on ♪ ice, ice baby >> my gosh. >> stop. hold up. here we go. you ready? [ cheers and applause ] >>. ♪ all right stop, collaborate and listen, ice is back with a brand new invention ♪ ♪ something grabs a hold of me tightly. flow like a har poon daily and nightly. will it ever stop? yo, i don't know. turn off the lights and i'll
glow. to the extreme i rock a mike like a vandal. light up a stage and wax a chump like a candle. dance, go rush the speaker that booms. i'm killing your poisonous mushroom. deadly when i play a dope melody, anything less than the best is a felony. love it or leave it, you better gain way, you better hit bull's eye the kid don't play. if there was a problem, yo, i'll solve it. check out the hook while my dj revolves it ♪ i.c.e. baby ♪ now that the party is jumping with the bass kicked in and the vegas are pumpin'. quick to the point to the point no faking. cooking mcs like a pound of bacon. burning them they ain't quick and nimble i go crazy when i hear a cymbal. and a high hat with a souped up tempo. i'm on a roll and it's time to
go solo. rollin' in my 5.0. with my ragtop down so my hair can blow. the girlies on standby. waving just to say hi. did you stop? no i just drove by. kept on pursuing to the next stop. i busted a left and i'm he heading to the next block. that block was dead, yo, so i continued to a1a beach front avenue. girls were hot wearing less than by keenis. rockman loves driving lamborghinis. jealous cause i'm out getting mine. shay with a gauge and vanilla with a nine. ready for the chumps on the wall. the chumps acting ill because they're so full of eight ball. gun shots ranged out like a bell. i grabbed my nine and i all i heard was shells. fallen on the concrete real fast. jumped in my car. slammed on the gas.
my style's like a chemical spill. rhymes you can envision and feel. consdukd and formed this is a hell of a concept. we make it hype and you want us to step with this. shay plays on the fade, slice like a ninja cut like a razor blade so fast other djs day damn. ♪ if there was a problem, yo, i'll solve it. ♪ check out the hook while dj revolves it. ♪ i.c.e. baby let me hear you. >> the "today" show. >> all about the '90s today. ♪ ice, ice baby >> word to your mother! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] vanilla ice. go to today.com. we're just getting started.
it good ♪ ♪ push it real good ♪ y'all remember this from the video? do it ♪ ♪ now scream! >> what an awesome morning. we have to give it up for salt n pepa! [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you so much. we are having a great time. we're just getting started. we want to mention our partners at sirius are giving you a chance to win tickets to the tour. no i i'm ...
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good morning. on a special today's take. salt n pepa is here. and check out the hook while his d.j. revolves it. vanilla ice is with us and you can't throw a house party without kid n play. that and much moreing up now. >> from nbc news, this is "today's take" with al roker, natalie morales, willie geist and tamron hall. live from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. >> welcome to "today." it's friday morning. a very special today's take on the 90s. if you have been watching all morning you have ian our concert outside in the plaza.
willie along side al and brooke shields. tamron is off. >> wisely. >> i like your jam by the way. >> these are my shoes. the sneakers. >> and the hair. >> and the hair which took hours to do. >> i saw brooke at 7:00 a.m. and team shields was working on her. >> irons and all sorts of things. >> they nailed it. >> i feel great. >> hello. >> hello al. >> i did a behind the scenes at seinfeld and jerry was nice enough to put me on the show and he said it's funny i come dressed wearing this and then i change into my wardrobe which is this. i could save a whole set up. >> you have the white sneakers. >> it's all jerry. it's all jerry. >> it's a period of time. >> and then you have the. >> i have the pearl jam thing happening. >> a little grunge. >> i didn't necessarily dress this way but it's a good
representation of the era. >> this is a little not right. >> really no natural fibers. >> you are flammable actually. >> i could go up in flame. >> you wore a second flannel shirt. >> you wear the flannel. >> and then you tie the second one. >> that's good. >> because you can never have enough flannel really. >> wow. >> it's like a plaid fanny pack. i thought we were dressing for the 1890s. i was ready. >> quick late change. we have some amazing guests today. >> the 90s are amazing. >> truly the best of the 90s on the show today. >> can we welcome our first guest? >> sure. >> kid n play. >> yeah. >> how are you doing? >> hi.
>> whoa! >> hey now. >> i like this jacket. >> you know what everybody on the plaza said after hearing you, kid n play still got it. >> the kid is sponsored by icy hot. >> sponsored by a chiropractor. >> but it was such a signature time and it stands alone. even in the remixes, you just go i love that era. >> it is the line with all the different groups and the tour in general it's just fun. >> and friendships. that's the thing with me and i. we have known each other well over 35 years. >> well, anyway, you know, it's about friendship and it's about what hip hop was originally about before it was even called hip hop was unity, love and having fun. >> and all the groups we have all known them for 20 or 25
years so each concert seems like a high school reunion. >> was there any temptation to grow it back out. >> i'm glad i'm hanging on to what i've got. i've got a few curls left. >> we just saw a picture. >> i don't know. >> when you look back the hairstyles and the dances we didn't have a game plan. >> how did we come one the name. >> his real full name is the kid. >> my full one is playboy. >> because. >> but when you're good friends like my name is christopher so i call him chris. and they would always call me play. when we came together we became kid n play and then i said why
does his name have to be first and they said more things rhyme with play. >> what's your favorite 90s song? >> oh, wow. i go way back to 70s and 80s. but 90s, go to him first. that's hard for me. >> i'm bias but i could pick a half a dozen salt n pepa songs off the top of my head. they have always represented themselves and females in hip hop to the highest level, you know? being sexy without being -- >> you have something to do with some of their hits. >> now that you mention it. >> call my accountant. >> the jackets. >> the logo. >> i love how you all work together. talk about collaboration. >> and definitely be some of those songs. >> we'll hear from you guys in
this show. so we'll let you warm. >> calvin klein swrejeans. >> i don't know. >> i think i have some on. >> thank you for being here. >> all right. nice to meet you. see you in a minute. >> favorite 90s song. your favorite. >> this is high school, 1992ish, i think, gin and juice. it was the song we played every day in our cars. every friday and saturday night at the party. great song. classic, early hip hop. ♪ >> '94.
>> mine was eagle eye cherry save tonight. ♪ >> what happened to them? >> i don't know. i love them. >> what did you go with al? >> will smith. >> yeah, can't go wrong with will smith. >> i love it. >> there's something about it that's so special of that time. now there's a lot that gets remixed in which is always nice. longevity. >> used as a mix. >> summertime will smith. summer of '91 that was a great onement how about a little tv, movies. >> men in black. >> yeah. >> tommy lee jones. men in black. this was really i mean, a genere breaker. it was comedy and scifi and really put him on the map.
he had already been a super star but the idea that he teamed with tommy lee jones. nobody thinks of him as comedy. >> good. >> i'm going to selfishly go with something in my career. >> i love that move. >> we got nothing like that. >> black and white a movie i did with robert downey jr. and you could see here i'm with tyson. we're in the scene together and it was an ad lib. >> what a cast. >> yeah, there's downey and -- it was just an incredible experience. it was all impromptu and all ad lib. it was great. >> nice of you to call up one of
your own movies. let me pick one of my movies. >> or suddenly susan or my guest star on friends. >> it's funny how that worked out. i was up all night. >> how long was suddenly susan. >> it only lasted four years but four of the best years of my whole life and it all came from a friend's episode that i did where i licked joey's finger. i was crazy, crazy. >> like so many things in life it starts with licking joey's fingers. >> and laughing and -- >> oh my god. getting in there. >> and put it in in the last minute and they were like do you want a show. it was my lana turner moment. >> is that how today came about? >> joey and i were out to
dinner -- >> licking each others fingers. >> what's your favorite? >> boys in the hood. there was a time when i could e recite every word from the beginning to the end. ice cube was in it. cuba gooding jr. morris chestnut right there. >> remember when morris was here and you were doing lines and he was like get this man away from me. >> i knew lines from his movie he didn't remember at all. remember that scene from that movie where you were -- no, that was 25 years ago. honorable mention to good fellas. how about the 90s fashion from you my friend. 1998 golden globes. that's not fair. you look gorgeous. supposed to be embarrassing. >> i got blasted for wearing
that because i melted into the carpet and you couldn't see me but they said no one is going to take you seriously as an actress -- >> why. >> if you wear all red and make it look sort of -- i wanted to go old movie star and then the next year everybody was wearing red. >> i would see brooke on the red carpet at the golden globes in the 90s and it was like we know we're going to get a treat here. >> here's you. >> there. good fellas premiere. shoulder pads. >> nice little ruffle dress. >> with the shockings and the black shoes. we don't have to spend a lot of time here. >> you look cool. >> you were color blocking. >> exactly. >> and how about you. >> a prom. >> prom shot. >> look at that guy. leaning on the car. >> look at the baby boy face. >> anthony michael hall in
breakfast club. and i think that's junior prom. that's christina. >> look at christina. >> 1992 junior prom and i married that young woman. how about that. and a little bit of footage on you. >> i was working in tv doing my best columbo. i only wore trench coats because they were basically sacks. >> i don't think these are embarrassing. you look great. >> it was just two suits sewed together. >> i have a really fun game for you. can you name the 90s music video from a single image? let's begin. ♪ >> what's number two? here we go. >> oh, i got this one. i think i got it.
triggered something. is it britney spears. the big one. >> you're right. ♪ >> that left an impression. >> i guess it did. >> that's the part that left an impression on you. >> yeah. >> number three. no idea. >> come on guys. what is that? an escalator maybe which indicates. i have no idea. what is it? that wasn't that fun. >> let's roll it. ♪ ♪ i want it that way ♪ tell me why ♪ >> backstreet boys. that's a great jam. >> i don't know
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albums and he took down the house early as part of the i love the 90s tour. meantime he is also back flipping homes on a new season of his diy network show the vanilla ice project. >> hi. we're so excited. i love your show. i love what you do with the show. >> thank you. we have so much fun. >> how did you get it started? >> you find the passion and you run with it. you expect the unexpected. i couldn't predict it myself back in the day. have been doing it over 23 years now. it's not new and i found a passion. i love it. we enjoy it. it's a lot of work but we appreciate people watching. so saturday nights at 10:00. >> what's new this season coming up. >> this season we're doing all kinds of things. we have a full swimming pool a helicopter dock so the helicopter lands on the dock. >> in palm beach. >> yeah. >> sunken down fire pitts.
it keeps your beer or kool-aid crystallized. a bowling alley. 1500 square foot master bathroom. it has a sunken tub with a cascading waterfall, chase lounger inside of it. a closet with a 250 shoe rack. >> that's amazing. >> we want to show you some homes or some places stuck in the 90s. we want you to freestyle rap if you could how you would update them for right now. >> where are we at. >> right here. >> oh goodness gracious look at this. well get rid of the fireplace and add some cultured stone and one thing we're not going to live alone and get rid of all the furniture. all the panelling here got to go. add wallpaper nice ceiling touches and get rid of the ceiling fan.
they're gone. dated and hated. >> all right. >> good for you. >> how about a bedroom. what would you say about this. >> the cat can stay everything else has to go. >> we might be able to work something out with the chandelier. >> fan too. >> fans are dated. they're out. this definitely needs a makeover. green carpet. oh, no. grandma's house there. >> popcorn ceiling. no way. >> kitchen. okay this kitchen just needs a complete makeover as well. get rid of the shingles above the cabinets. they belong on the outside on the roof. the refrigerator looks dated. fix that up. the counter tops, that's out. out like the jesus sandals and velcro straps. this needs natural stone and beautiful colors to make it pop. sorry it didn't rhyme. >> close enough. >> good advice.
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to make sandwiches and just gave them the container. go to college. have a nice at a. see you later. remember capri suns? do you remember how to use the straw on the backside? it took an hour to do it. >> it's so hard to get that in there. >> how cool were you in college? did you use it as a cell phone like i did? >> that's not cool. >> what's next? >> check out blow pops. this actually merged in the 90s. how about this? >> i remember that one. >> bubble tape. >> really disgusting. don't try it. how about these? this is when you would get it in kids meals because it had fruit juice inside the gushers. willie you workout all the time right. >> constantly. >> gator gum. >> gator gum. >> i love it. >> okay. >> fun dip.
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traffic continuing through the rest of the afternoon, warming up temperatures and cooler along the coast. it's now 53 degrees in san francisco and north bay 55 with highs today reaching 76 degrees and a warm up for the weekend. 80s for parts of the trivalley, north and south bay. how is it looking on the roads? >> great except for one part of
the bay. up the peninsula, 101 jammed up and a couple happened in palo alto. there is a slow drive out of san jose from the airport. look at palo alto and southbound approaching the university and continuing to score that. we had slowing for the last ten minutes and there may be right now. >> we will have another local news update and a fantastic weekend too.
yes, we are in for a warm weekend and it starts now as the temperatures slowly warm up. a live look at san jose. mostly sunny skies and a few clouds along the coast. it's now 50 degrees in concord and 57 in santa rosa and palo alto is 61. highs in the low 70s which is right on target for normal for this time of year. for the south bay in the low
60s. san francisco is 62 degrees and upper 70s for parts of the north bay. are you ready. >> yeah, let's do it. >> this is huge of it joining us for our special take on a 90s show, hits, we talk about sex, what a man, salt and pepper and spin. on our 90s trivia knowledge. i love the jackets, have to say. >> yes. >> we're ready to push with it the 90s trivia. you ready? all right. push that button when you get it. >> the hair styles of the rachel became popular by jennifer aniston's character in the sitcom friends frep. which of these looks, a, b or c? >> bing, bing. >> you got it. >> okay. >> you the man. >> this character played by
alfonso riveras with will smith's cousin in the fresh prince of belaire. >> carlton banks. >> the dance. ♪ it's not unusual to be loved byi by anyone. >> got it. >> this two-word phrase to express a likelihood was made possible -- >> come on. >> all right. come on. >> moving on. >> wait for the question. even the ladies. this is hugely popular in the 90s. name it. >> wait. >> slap it. >> no. >> something slap.
>> snap? >> i said slap. >> you got it. >> slap bracelet. >> all right. this line of stuffed animals whose name is -- >> beanie babies. no. i just know. i remember my daughter courtney who is upstairs went nuts. i was combing stores throughout west chester. >> must have been the big upstairs, collected them. >> good answer, al. that is correct. >> here we go. name the 90s hit christmas film. >> yes. >> all right. >> here we go. this 1998 movie starring tom hanks and meg ryan -- >> come on. >> you've got mail.
>> wow. >> push it. >> why you get the big bucks, al. >> here is the next question. finish this lyrics to the smash hit created by a talented amazing unstoppable group who go by the name of salt pepper and cinderella. ♪ here i go here i go again >> hold on. >> no you don't. ♪ here i go here i go again >> weakest. what is the weakness. >> all about weakness. >> women. >> men. >> that's my weakness. >> not anymore. >> pizza is my weakness. >> okay. >> thank you. wow. >> my boom box.
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>> you're a big baker, right? you love to bake. you can't wait for the segment. >> it's fantastic. >> we have the baking soda, coco powder and sugar. dump it in there al with a little bit of flower. now the thing to get this great cake and throw some of that sauce on there. all right. you're all over it. what you do is mix it. once they're mixed we're going to do the wet. drop that in the cream for me. excuse me, milk. then dump in butter. this is really good. this is super healthy. >> really coco powder. >> when i was writing this recipe i wanted melted chocolate lava. if i melted the milk, the chocolate and the butter and then whisky whisky that guy. >> in the microwave. >> 45 to 65 seconds and then so the egg doesn't curl add the egg inside there now. okay now what you do is you go here and you go here. literally two minutes you can make this cake just like that. >> just like that. >> now what you do is for the
people that can't scoop this and put it into a cup you take an extra five minutes and put it into a pastry bag and then pipe it into here. >> go ahead. >> okay then. >> so hah we do is once you pipe this, is it good. >> it's great. >> butter in the cup. >> i sprayed the cup and lined it. now i took chocolate here. this is the molten part. three chocolates. if you're on a diet you take snackwls and stuff those inside there too. >> you are really hooked on the snackwells. >> my mom it shall. >> no -- >> snackwells. >> i don't get it. >> mother's day is done now. >> microwave for how long? >> 65 seconds. >> watch out. pop it. now go like this and pray that the microwave saved by the lava cake. >> out of here.
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76 degrees. in the east bay and the peninsula, upper 60s with gusty winds. a wind advisory will be in effect later on tonight so winds will gradually pick up and much warmer tomorrow. let's get an update on the morning commute from mike. >> pleasant for most of the commute, but the south peninsula coming out of the south bay, north 101 recovering, but lane shifting through the construction. watch for more interaction and north through san jose. we have seen a crash happened just north of 87 on 101. it sounds like lanes are clear, but one might be blocked and that's the sticking point. >> happening now, protesters are gathering in burlingame where the gop convention is set to begin with donald trump taking the stage. bob is there with a live report in the midday newscast. you can go to the scene from the
from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb from studio 1 a in rockefeller aza. that is thomas bradley. it's try day friday. it's april 29th. we have a great show for you to kick off the weekend. >> he is like -- it's fun. he is really -- >> we are going to sit down and talk with kate hudson and gary marshall who have something very special for mother's day. and madeleine will have you in that bathing suit or