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ground with another 2 feet possible in the mid-atlantic. along the shoreline, wind gusts at hurricane-stngth. 85 million people in the storm's path this morning. 33 million under a blizzard watch. airports a nightmare. >> this is our third flight change. >> hundreds without power and on the roads, more spent the night in their cars. traffic coming to a standstill. the dangerous blizzarar is not showing any signs of letting up. today, saturday, january 23rd, 2016. >> annouer: from nbc news, this is a special edition of "today" blizzard 2016. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> welcome to "today." i'm erica hill. hardy souls. >> i'm alongside sheinelle jones
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we have dylan dreyer out in the field along with our meteorologists. this is all of the effected states and those under a blizzard warning. the warning from virginia to southern connecticut. >> already so much going on. let's get the latest on the storm. the snow is falling fast. 1 to 3 inches per hour. already washington, d.c. has more than a foot of snow on the ground. they are expected to get more than 2 feet. philadelphia, 9 inches already. they are expecting up to 2 feet as well. here in new york, we are now expecting more snow than originally predicted. at least 3 inches at this hour, but up to a foot or more we are told when it is all over. >> the storm has life threatening blizzard conditions. a storm this big has not been seen in washington, d.c. in nearly 100 years. no surprise, the roads are dangerous. people are told to stay inside. thousands of accidents.
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>> the storm is a huge mess as you can imagine. let's get to dylan dreyer who joins us from the nation's capital. >> reporter: good morning, erica. this hit washington, d.c. with a vengeance. we already have more than a foot of snow on the ground. at the coast in virginia and delaware, we had reports of wind gusts of 65 to 75 miles per hour. one report in virginia up to 85 miles an hour. thunder snow reported in baltimore. that goes to show you the intensity of the storm. we will see the conditions continue all through the night with blizzard warnings not expiring until tomorrow morning. the nation's capital taking a direct hit. washington, d.c. expected to be buried under as much as 2 feet of snow by the end of the storm. >> stay off the roads if you don't need to be on the roads. >> reporter: the storm's scope
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new york, has turned deadly. fatal crashes in virginia and north carolina. >> hit had the brakes and when you hit the brakes, they lock up. >> reporter: thousands of crashes locked up major roads up and down the east coast. and many lucky enough to avoid accidents still ended up spinning wheels like wsnb reporter in nashville. >> i am stuck. i have the pedal to the metal. i'm not moving. >> reporter: governors in ten states and district of columbia have declared state of emergencies. the national guard has deployed 400 personnel to help the sickened and stranded. shelters are opened to help homeless survive freezing conditions. >> we cannot have people outside. it is unsafe. >> reporter: 21 degrees with the windchill of 8 when rescuers in virginia saved this saint
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the plowing started wednesday and won't be done until sunday. airports are empty. more than 6,000 flights have been canceled since friday. delays rippling across the country. >> we got warnings from everyone. if you don't get in to new york by friday, don't think about it until monday. >> reporter: amtrak is operating on a modified schedule. greyhound is cancelling service for much of the east coast. blizzard conditions from washington to new york. winds up to 60 miles per hour and nearly 140,000 people are already struggling in the cold without power. now we followed this storm from roanoke, virginia, yesterday to here in washington, d.c. what should take four hours took us nine hours on the road. we are going to attempt to get to new york city today by taking i-95. i know we just told you we shouldn't be on the roads. i want to point out we are
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this is a satellite truck that will be able to feed you guys our trip from here up along i-95 to new york city. it is an extremely heavy truck and we are taking it very slow. we will update you over the course of the show on the travels. i don't think we will be too far from where we are now the next time we see you. >> slow and steady will win that race. thank you, dylan. >> the question is when will all the snow let up and when it is all done, how much snow on the ground? al is here this morning with that and more. >> it will be done in about 24 hours, but we are dealing with the effects of this into next week easily with the power outages and snow. we will have to get rid of it. look at the swath from montauk to the appalachian. here is why we ended up upping the amounts. the storm moved further north
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we have blizzard warnings from virginia all the way to martha's vineyard. winds of 35 miles per hour or more and sustained as you get in for three hours or so. it also means you have visibility of less than a quarter of a mile. cranberry, new jersey, 7 inches of snow. you go to atlantic city right now, they are looking at 6 inches of snow. it is still coming down. at this point, it is falling at about a rate of 2 to 3 inches per hour. so here's what we look for as far as the accumulations. keep in mind we will look at winds gusting over 50 miles per hour. heavy snow for washington and baltimore. 24 inches or more when all is said and done. for philadelphia, central and southern new jersey, heavy snow into the early afternoon. 18 to 24 inches of snow with winds gusting up to 40 miles per hour. in the new york area, we expect to see 18 to 24 inches of snow. this heavy snow continuing into the afternoon.
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hour. we are looking at blizzard conditions. new haven, 8 to 12 inches. providence at 3 to 6. boston will see 2 to 4 inches. we have coastal flood advisories from delmarva and all the coast. we will deal with this for a long time to come into next week. >> al, thank you. you will need a lot of rest. keeping your eye on this. another rokerthon coming up. it will be all day on nbcnews.com. two days ago washington, d.c. was almost brought to a standstill with just a brushing of snow. is the city equipped to handle this storm? the washington mayor, mayor bowser is here with us. good morning. >> my pleasure. >> what is the conditions this morning?
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all morning, we are in the eye of the significant storm. a storm we have not seen like this in washington, d.c. in 94 years. we got out early pre-treating our streets, closing our friday. really encouraged everybody to get home. we have seen since yesterday, with snow starting about 1:00, 13 inches fall and we think the forecast is going to hold. we are going to get at least another foot. >> back in the '90s, heavy snowfall shutdown washington, d.c. for an entire week. how is this storm? >> this is a blizzard with sustained winds. we prepared our residents and stay inside for 36 hours. we are seeing the winds pick up today. very hazardous conditions. nobody should really be out on the roads.
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for emergency vehicles. tomorrow, if it stops as it is planned to, the big dig-out will proceed. >> mayor, when there was less than 2 inches in washington, d.c. two days ago, people were stuck in the cars for hours. the president had to use the motorcade back to the white house slipping and sliding. are things different this time around? >> there's no similarity to tell you the truth. this blizzard has been forecast for several days. our entire apparatus is running out of other homeland and emergency management agency. we have all of our resources fully deployed. >> washington mayor bowser, thank you. >> thank you. everybody stay safe. i want to head where the snow is less of an issue at this hour. heavy amounts of ice could cause problems for millions if the south.
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joining us from charlotte, north carolina with more on that angle. gabe, good morning. >> reporter: erica, good morning. more than 130,000 customers in north carolina are without power and we take a live look from the air. you can see there has been plenty of snow and sleet here in the charlotte area, but thankfully not as much freezing rain as you had initially expected. there are about 1,200 crashes or so in the north carolina area, including at least six deaths. a good samaritan was killed, police say, when he was shot by the stranded motorist he was trying to help allegedly under the influence. travel here is a nightmare. american airlines is expected to resume flights in the area. the area is preparing for the huge football game hosted here by the carolina panthers. yesterday, they practiced in the snow. a major pep rally was canceled. the team says they are ready for tomorrow.
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tarp off the field to be able to dry it out in time for the big game. a bit more sleet is also expected here in north carolina throughout the morning. it is expected to momo out later today. guys, back to you. >> gabe gutierrez this morning. gabe, thank you. >> it is not just massive amounts of snow, ice and high winds that have people worried. for many along the coast, the storm surge that brings flooding could cause problems this weekend. we have nbc's rehema ellis along the coast with more on that. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, jose. it is a tough morning out here. we had winds gusts above 50 miles an hour. i'm holding on so i can stay on the air. there is a real concern about what could happen here. during hurricane sandy in 2012, this building where i am right now, was torn apart during the storm. the city around the coastal
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days with bulldozers pushing as much sand as they could up against to protect the areas and water coming from the atlantic ocean. they are not so worried about the inches of snow they will get. they are worried about theater from the atlantic ocean. it is to my left right now and it is brutal. atlantic ocean, you can -- i can barely hold my position here because the wind is that strong coming off the ocean. no one is out and about. they are heeding the warnings. stay inside and just hunker down. >> thank you very much. that satellite uplink is difficult because the winds are so strong. new jersey governor chris christie was supposed to be on the campaign trail this weekend. he returned to his home state to help his residents. he joins us now.
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i'm not sure you could see rehema ellis. she is on the coast of new jersey. where is your focus this morning, governor? is it the coastal area? >> it is not more than any other part of the state. we do not expect major flooding on the coast. we expect some street flooding, which is fairly typical for storm events on the coast in new jersey. at least as of now, we're not expecting any type of major flooding incidents along the coast. they will be a bit better off from the snow perspective as rehema mentioned in her report. in the other parts of the state, we have heavier snow than we thought we were, 6 to 18 inches in the north. up to 2 feet in central and inland and southern part of the state. >> as you well know, there was a fair amount of criticism in timing of leaving the campaign trail in new hampshire to return home to new jersey. how do you answer those critics? >> i don't know why they would
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i was here last night before the first snow flake dropped. so i don't understand any basis for criticism. my view was i wanted the best information i possibly could as to whether my presence was needed here. once i got the final forecast at 11:00 yesterday morning, i made the decision at 11:30 to be home. despite the fact flights were canceled. i drove from new hampshire back to new jersey. i was home last night before 8:00 p.m. >> i know you have been advising folks to stay home. you talked about the >> when in your estimation will it be safe for folks to be out again? >> you know, i would think tomorrow, the way it looks now. i think today and tonight folks should expect that this is an inside day for them. we're doing really well, though, in terms of keeping our roads passable for emergency vehicles. and others who absolutely have to be on the roads. up in the north we still have
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moving pretty freely. in the central and southern areas the roads are snow covered due to the heavy snowfall. but all of the roadways are passable. 35-mile-an-hour restriction on the major roads like the new jersey turnpike and the garden state parkway. our department of transportation has over 3800 pieces of equipment out there right now spreading salt and sand and moving snow off the roadways, so you know, right now we feel like we're doing well from that perspective. we've got about 17,000 power outages so far across the state, most of those focused in the southern part of the state about 15,000 of them being in cape may county. >> we know you'll be a busy man today. appreciate you taking time for us. thanks. >> thank you very much. the snow is falling quickly in philadelphia as well. that city expected to see two feet when it's said and done. jacob rascon is in philly with more. good morning. >> good morning.
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philadelphia expected and more, thinking a foot and a half, now thinking up to two feet of snow, the snow has been falling at 2 to 3 inches an hour in some areas and they are blizzard conditions, sustained winds above 30 miles an hour with gusts well above 40, and this snow is not expected to stop all day. there is a blizzard warning and winter storm warning in effect here and the surrounding areas through tomorrow morning at 3:00 a.m. of course, the airport is closed or saying there are no flights in or out of the airport all day, this airport and three other airports as well, and as you can tell, the wind is pretty bad. it's pretty miserable out here. the problem the plows say is that they are trying to plow all of the roads but they can't even get done with the primary roads because they go and as soon as they are done with one they have to turn around and do it again because of the wind. they haven't even gotten, they said, to the secondary roads,
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and driving today in philadelphia. >> jacob, thank you very much. >> if you had a trip planned this weekend and didn't get out ahead of the storm chances are you're staying put. nearly 7,000 flights canceled since this storm began. several airports shut down. and could be a while before everything is up and running. kristen dahlgren is at new york. good morning. >> pretty lonely here. let me step out of the way. this is something you can't see often, an empty laguardia airport. there are about two dozen strandnd passengers in the food court, didn't get the memo, didn't get the e-mails that their flights were canceled so they are here scrambling trying to figure out what to do, whether to get a hotel, whether to sleep here. it is a mess nation wide though. take a look. 4100, more than 4100 cancellations nation wide. the worst airports, the new york
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400 cancellations at jfk, newark has more than 300 here at laguardia more than 250. that's about -- i think that's optimistic. security here, no flights getting in or out. also philadelphia and then the d.c. area airports really having a tough day. it's not just those airports. we're seeing the misery across the country. some airports like miami, like ft. lauderdale, even los angeles seeing cancellations today because of this storm. it's interconnected and of course if you have cancellations here those flights aren't getting here, the aircraft aren't in the right place, so really a difficult day if you are traveling anywhere in the nation. >> that it is. thanks. >> your flight canceled. >> i was going to say. i had my flight to miami tomorrow canceled yesterday by the airline. they texted. don't bother coming. >> come over for dinner. >> i'm loving that, man. >> thanks. we'll have much more on the
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we want to get to other news. politics, nine days until the iowa caucuses. candidates in both parties are sharpecandidates are sharpening attacks as they work to getting a high voter turnout. nbc's kristen welker is at the airport. >> reporter: jose, good morning to you. the candidates will be out in force despite the weather making their closing arguments with the voters about t weigh in. >> i approve this message. >> reporter: the two gop frontrunners battling it out on the air waves. donald trump hitting ted cruz over immigration. >> sounded like you wanted the bill to pass. >> of course i wanted the bill to pass. >> reporter: and cruz trying to paint trump as establishment. trump and cruz will court voters in iowa today with the bitter fight dividing the party. the conservative magazine "national review" released its
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rebuke of the businessman. >> we are making an argument that donald trump has not been with conservatives, he won't be with conservatives. >> reporter: some have warmed to trump fearing cruz is more divisive. 2016 is fast becoming a race where establishment is a dirty word, even for democrats. bernie sanders surging, painting himself as an outsider. >> i want to say a word on the issue that secretary clinton and i disagree on. that is the incredible power of wall street. >> reporter: and hillary clinton trying to show she is the most qualified candidate. >> we need a president who can do all aspects of the job. >> reporter: the question now? just how strong is the anti-establishment surge? >> this is a good year to be an insurgent. you hear many on both sides saying i support, fill in the blank, because nobody else says
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he says the truth. he is telling it like it is. >> reporter: last night, donald trump sounded off on jeb bush for putting his mom in the campaign ad. tweeting, quote, jeb desperately needed mommy to help him. jeb, mommy can't help you with isis or putin. a video trying to help people find caucus locations was released by his campaign. jose and erica, back to you. >> kristen, thank you. >> where was donald trump when i was in high school? >> he is available now. al is back with a look of the rest of the country's forecast. there are people who are not dealing with snow today? >> there are. in the mid section of the country. look at this. pacific northwest, you have rain and snow. out here in the northeast, you can see that giant swirl of clouds still taking over.
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the country, nothing going on. we heard about thunder snow in baltimore. this is a big factor. then we have wet weather from central california all the way into the pacific northwest with snow. of course, you got this out there today. hey, guys! that's what's going onmeteorologist ron demers. the peeks of sun were nice to see but for most of us they didn't last long. clouds will continue to dominate our weather through the weekend and we could see areas of fog tonight and into saturday morning as well. the cooler temperatures we saw friday will warm pretty nicely as we'll have a chance of getting into the 30s over the weekend. your forecast brought to you by knova's carpets, siouxland's largest shaw flooring center. and don't forget rokerthon #blizzard2016 starting
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briar cliff university is sioux city is celebrating 50 years of mens basketball and rhey have several events planned. here to tell us a little more is lorna kohn. lorna, thanks so much for being here. thanks for having me. you guys do several events every year, you're combining a bunch of events going on this weekend. correct, it will be this weekend. our annual hall of fame weekend. we'll kick the weekend off with lunch with the chargers which is an event we do every year that will be at tutoria fresco this year. we have seatings at 11, 12, and 1. all proceeds for that event go towards scholarships for briar cliff students. you have to buy tickets for that and one seating is already sold out so you need those tickets right now. we do have a few seats left. our 12 seating is full. we do have a few more tickets for the other seatings. there's tons of events throughout the weekend. on saturday we have our hall of fame games at 2 and 4 at the newman flanagan
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three new members into the hall of fame. liz grider, mario butler, alex funes will all be back to be honored that weekend. that's very exciting. and you have something on sunday morning? on sunday morning we will be honoring coach ray nacke who unfortunatel y passed away in september. he's a legend at briar cliff, specifically briar cliff basketball. we'll be honoring him with a mass and memorial celebration honoring nacke court. you only need tickets for the luncheon, everything else is open to the public, but you're asking people to register? you can register online at briarcliff.edu/ halloffame. everything is free with the exception of our fundraiser on friday. we are celebrating our 50th years of men's basketball so we're welcoming back a lot of really legendary basketball alumniyolanda, mario, and leon will all come back so we're excited to see them again. you guys have a whole weekend of events planned. lorna, thanks so much for being here. thank you for having me. thanks for
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we are back on the saturday morning, january 23rd, 2016. this is a live look for you coming from the streets of washington, d.c. dylan dreyer not at the desk with us this morning because she's in the blue mobile.
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it is rough on the roads. outside of studio 1a, the snow is falling quickly out there. that does not stop. that looks thrown, by the way. i think it isripled in size. they get extra medalal today. >> a lot of the folks in the buchon bakery. >> they will wait for a long time this morning. >> we are keeping a close eye on the blizzard of 2016. al is here with us in the studio. our team is spread out up and down the east coast this morning. >> the snow has only been falling in new york city for what nine hours now, it has been going strong for 24 hours in washington, d.c. nbc's miguel almaguer is in the nation's capital. miguel, good morning. >> reporter: jose, good morning. it is definitely a nasty conditions out here. the promising punch is delivered and we have already seen 13 inches of snow in the nation's capital. we are expecting more.
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seeing is the state capitol. instead, it is fog and snow back there. it is coming in sideways and sloppy and continue for the next four hours. our hotel is a few blocks away from here. we were not able to d dve to this location. cars are not able to go up and down the streets. they are working as hard as they can to plow the main intersections. jose, we have not seen many people on the roads today. they are concerned the mayor has issued a state of emergency here. she spoke to us earlier. she said this is a potentially life threatening storm. calls have doubled in the call center. many people are staying in their homes and heeding the warnings here. every flight out of local airports seem to be canceled or delayed. that nightmare will continue for the next couple days as we see the ripple effect. the mayor says you should stay in your homes for the next 36
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is steady and it certainly not letting up anytime soon, jose. >> miguel, thank you. >> for the next 36 hours. >> the pronunciation of miguel's name. >> you have more where that came from? >> we do. on telemundo. good plug. >> we will plug your 18 shows later. let's get to dylan because we dodot want to lose her shot from th blue mobile. she is making her way from washington back up here to new york. your heading north on i-95. is it is a snail's pace? how are the roads? >> reporter: you know we were right in downtown where the live shot was this morning, the roads haven't been touched. we are on new york avenue. this will turn into u.s. 50 and take us to i-95. the main roads have been plowed. we are movinin along just fine right now. it is almost like the snow gives
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a layer of ice. this has been all snow here in washington, d.c. we never had that layer of ice. there is some traction. i want to point out one of the seemingly most dangersous things i have seen is a lot of people are walking in the roads because the sidewalks have not been cleared. people show up out of nowhere and with the visibility reduced, this is dadaerous. if you are walkiki around, make sure you know the drivers can see you. that makes it dangerous. we saw a tweet at 4:00 this morning that said the intersection between 495 and 95 about five miles from where we are was completely impassable. i hope the plows have gotten through that point right now and we see the roads open up a bit. once we get on the major highway, we will check in with you. hopefully nobody sells onelse is on the roads.
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>> dylan, you could bypass if you took the bw parkway and you could catch up with 95 there. in case that is not possible. >> a real difficult situation for a lot of the roads. >> reporter: okay. >> the winds also. >> winds are rough and it will get rougher. laguardia right now reporting snowfall rates at 3 inches per hour. so we are just getting warmed up with this, unfortunately. you canee the reasonn why we had to up the amounts i i the stormmas actctlly tracked a little further north. here is what we are looking at through tomorrow. this is the latest we have. washington, d.c. and baltimore area, sically heavy snow continuing this morning. wind gusts to 50 miles per hour. snowfall, 24 inches. maybe more than that. top three snowstorms, over 100 years ago almost, 28 inches. we will come close to that for washington, d.c.
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surrounding areas. 18 to 24 inches of snow. avy snow continues intohe afternoon and evening. winds gusting to 55. we are probably going to see blizzard like conditions. top three storms. 23.9 inches in 2006. we come very close, i think. we are dealing with coastal wind gusts. 60 to 70 miles per hour. the high tides. we will have coastal beach erosion and flooding. thmeteorologist ron demers. the e peeks of s s were nice to see but for most of f us they dn't last long. clouds will continue to dominate our weather through the weekend and we could see areas of fog tonight and into saturday morning as well. the cooler temperatures we saw friday will warm pretty nicely as we'll have a chance of getting into the 30s over the ekend. your forecast brought to you by knova's carpets, siouxland's largest
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that's your latest weather. jose. >> thank you, al. just ahead, forget the storm outside. we will tell you about a dating storm that is happening inside this weekend. it's pretty hot. >> find someone to snuggle up with. plus, we will catch up on the week's biggest stories and a look at not yet. not yet!
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back now on a saturday morning with "the download." the chance to catch you up on the biggest stories. sheinelle. >> snow aside, a lot of storiri throughout the weekend. from donald trump's endorsement to the cdc warning of the zika virus. we start with the fears over the stock market. nightmare on wall street. plunges for the dow with oil prices plummeting and the
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>> more price declines to come. >> even so, experts say don't panic. >> you have to look at your plan. ththe is a huge opportunity here. >> sarah palin back in the spotlight endorsing donald trump. >> let our warriors do their job and go kick isis' ass. >> slamming president obama wl defending her son track. iraq war veteran charged with domestic violence against his girlfriend. >> my son like so many others come back a bit different. they come back hardened. the question that comes from our own president where they have to look at him and wonder, do you know what we goo ththugh? outrara over the ongoinin water crisis in flint, michigan. >> i'm sorry most of all that i let you down. >> sorry's not going to bring us fresh water every day. >> it's a problem that has been building for yearly two years. doctors discovering an alarming
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back now on a saturday morning. with your "trending." and no surprise, trending this morning, not just all the snow, but how people are spending time while it falls. according to the dating app hinge, they are on the hunt for the blizzard boyfrfrnd or girlfriend. maybe blizzard friend. actually data to back this up. last year, hinge found leading up to winter storm juno spiked 27% on the day of the storm. >> what does activity mean? >> they also found the average user logged in five times each day. binge watching will be up this weekend. lists have been popping up all over the place with must-watched shows for the blizzard.
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those, "making a murderer." >> you know, in october, we will spend a lot of time in maternity wards. >> that is exactly right. there is activity happy happening now. and vine is celebrating it's anniversary anniversary. the new way to share videos in six seconds or less. the most looped vines from 2015 are sure to give you a laugh. >> yeah! >> wow! >> avocado. >> i remember that. >> that's great. >> like watching people get hurt? >> i think we do. >> what's wrong. >> funniest home videos. >> kids -- right.
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rocking a big new rock. those in pop start. >> so first off we told you yesterday that mariah carey said yes toto australian billionaire businessman james packer. we have the ring. according to vogue the stone is 35 carats, reports say that ring by the way, cost $7.5 million. this morning we're givers, going to put this in perspective. kim kardashian's, 15 carats. beyonce's is 18 carats. even the ring elizabeth taylor falls short at just 33 carats. the onlyy thing slightly bigger than mariah's ring, the hope diamond, 45 carats. >> that's got to be heavy. >> think about that. >> too heavy. >> we could have rings action >> we could. >> yes. congratulations in order for one
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according to people, welcoming the baby boy in l.a., no word from tomlinson, but time to dote on his baby now there is extended hiatus. michael buble and his wife shared the news of their latest addition saying and then there were four. introducing noah's little brother elias. congratulations. >> babies and rings. >> the rings are bigger than the babies. weird thing. >> still to come one step you can take today that will help
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first, this is " "day" on nbc. morning, we will have the latest from up and down the east coast as that storm makes its way through tens of millions of people.
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good morning. the blizzarar of 2016. a huge stormrm powererg up the st coast this weekend. a quarter of the u.s. population in its path. a blizzard warning now for 33 million americans.
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now higher than first predicted. already 1.5 feet has fallen in some areas. thousands stranded as traffic comes to a halt on major highways along the coast. officials telling people to weather this storm inside. >> stay off the roads if you don't need to be on the roads. >>t least ten peoplee killele in traffic accidents. a historic storm and the worst may still be to come. today, saturday, january 23rd, 2016. ice, ice baby ice, ice baby >> it's not that bad outside! now that the party's jumping good morning on the lovely snowy saturday. welcome back to "today" on saturday morning. it's lovely. it turns out you are not the
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we have hardy souls on the plaza. from florida. >> and phoenix as well. >> good call to be here this weekend, guys. >> if we close our eyes, we can think we're in south florida. >> it feels just like that. >> some of the crowd is back herere- al is cleaninin off the camera lens. some of the crowd has made their way into the green room. a trading spaces moment for us. they are getting warm inside. i think they are. we see them in the window. it is opposite now. our team is spread out along the coast because they are busy today. monitoring the storm every step of the way. a lot of snow has already fallen. still a lot more to come. >> let's check in with dylan who is slowly and carefully making her w w up i-95 to get to new yoyo. dylan, good morning. how is it going? >> reporter: hey, it is a slow go. we first got on to 95 and 495,
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d.c., that is when there was no activity of plows on the road whatsoever. it was just like driving through the snow ruts. now we have cleared things out. we have seen two cars off on the side of the road trying to get off at the on/off ramps. nothing compared to the height of the storm. back in kentucky, yesterday, a 35-mile back up on i-75. there were no reported injuries, but the road was actually shutdown for a time. this is in east central kentucky. things are starting to improve in that area right now as the roads are starting to get cleared out a bit. it was the case when the snow comes down so heavy in s sh a quick period of time whennhe cars are on the road, they get stuck and nowhere for them to go. we are slowly making our way on i-95. we are in and out of really bad patches on the roads. when it clears out, it is easier to drive. it is a slow go.
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trucking to new york. guys. >> we know you are being safe. dylan, thanks. we will continue to check in with you throughout the day. let's go inside with jose. >> thank you, erica. i'm still drying off. the snow began falling early on friday morning in the nation's capital and has not let up since. nbc's correspondent miguel almaguer is in the middle of the it all. miguel, good morning. >> reporter: jose, good morning. we are expecting another foot of snow. we could see a storm of a generation if the forecast holds true and the steady pattern coming down. it is not letting up anytime soon. we are facing blizzard like conditions here and will continue to do so all the way through h night into tomorroro where they start to dig out. even after then, the city is bracing for problems. all of that steady snow is falling on rooftops and threaten homes and could bring down power lines. it has been quiet here in terms of emergency response. most of the power in the area
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that could change over the next 24 hours. that's what they're concerned about. the airports are crippled. people are battering down the hatchesshere. we have not seen many people in the neighborhood here in the last 24 hours. the city is warning the situation could get worse before it gets better. people are bracing for more to come. jose. >> miguel, thank you. the winds are picking up in several areas. a major concern for people who live along the coast and keeping a close eye on the storm surge. nbc's rehema ellis is alongside the new jersey coast. >> reporter: jose, it really is windy. the winds are roaring and the sea is angry. the governor of new jersey is- >> obviously we are having difficulty establishing that satellite link with rehema. rehema, be careful.
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i think she is in point pleaseant pleasant, i believe. that is rough. let's show you how rough thihis are. we have reports that so far 3 inches of snow falling at laguardia so far and in manhattan as well. here it is. east of montauk and to connecticut and all the way back to fredericksburg. we are looking at snow. we will give you accumulations we got so far. right now, new york, we're talking about 3 inches of snow officially. we have 6.5 at newark airport. long island, 7.1. mt. olive, new jersey, 7 inches of snow. it will get rse. here is what we have through tomorrow. baltimore, washington area, you will probably see 24 inches of more. the winds gusting up to 50 miles per hour.
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and parts of eastern pennsylvania, 18 to 24 inches. wind gusts of 40 milil per hour. in new york city and surrounding area, the heavy snow in afternoon and early evening. 18 to 24 inches. new england and new haven and providence, we are talking 8 to 12 inches of snow. boston may pick up about 2 to 4 inches. we had to up these amounts because the storm has moved further north. yesterday, we thought boston almost nothing. they may get 4. new york, 6 to 12. now up to 24 inches. >> amazing. a lot of f ow c cing down. thanksks al. we have other news s get to this morning. sheinelle isollowing a horrific school shooting in canada. a small canada town is in mourning after the country's worst in a decade. four people dead after a gunman opened fire in a remote town in central canada.
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are victims. students scattered as the gunman began. the sungunman shot two of his brothers at home before heading to the school. tourists watching the show at the bellagio hotel last night in vegas found them selves in the middle of gunfire with shots caught on tape. >> police cars converge with a man waving a firearm at the crowd closing off parts of the vegas strip. the suspect refused to drop the weapon and t t office opened fire. offirs wrestled the suspect to the ground. packaged saladsecalled after an outbreak of listeria. it comes from the dole processing plant in springfield, ohio. one person has died and a dozen illnesses have been reported.
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under several different names and in 27 states. they aredentified at the "a" in the manufacturing code. the controversy of lack of diversity has lead to rules changes. sweeping changes in v/ting and doubling the number of women and diverse groups by the end of the decade. amongst the changes, to replace the inactive lifetime members with more active members. the move following rising protests by academy members by an all-whitit selection of nominees in the acting categories. a new ball game in space. look at this. it is ping pong on the space station played by astronaut mark kelly. you don't need a ping pong ball. you need a drop of water. the paddles help the liquid and zero gravity will keep the drop bouncing back and forth and back and forth. isn't that cool? >> man. >> that is something you see
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to go tospace. >> and the water goes everywhere. it explodes. very cool. another check of the country's forecast. >> that's right. i was checking commander kelly's twitter. he has a great shot of the storm from space. it's pretty cool. as you can see right now, we have the storm here in the northeast. we have a lot of wet weather in the pacific northwest. in between, things quiet. that's good news. temperatures really mild for this time of year up inn minnesota. 25 degrees and sunshine. here is the storm system making its way to the northeast coast. northern central california into the pacific northwest, rain, and meteorologist ron demers. the peeks of sun were nice to see but for most of us they didn't last long. clouds will continue to dominate our weather through the weekend and we could see areas of fog tonight and into saturday morning as well. the cooler temperatures we saw friday will warm pretty nicely as we'll have a chance of getting into the 30s over the weekend.
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knova's carpets, siouxland's largest shaw flooring center. and guys, our control room has the picture of mark kelly's picture. you can see back to the east. that's t t storm. we will cover this blizzard on rokerthon #blizzard2016 on nbcnews.com. we will have a break for nbc nightly news. sheinelle is over in the orange room now. >> i am. if i had a trophy, i would give each one of you a "today" show trophy for being here in this weather. where are you from? >> outer banks of north carolina. >> you have never been in a blizzard? this is your first blizzard? >> a lot of hurricanes, al, but no blizzards. >> thank you. you know, i'll let you take it away.
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back now on a saturday morning with a true sister act. later today, gracie and carly gold will compete for the same title on the ice. >> you remember gracie from the 2014 olympic games, but her sister is a skater as well. we have janet shamlian in st. paul, minnesota with more. >> reporter: jose, good morning. a new ladies figure skating champion will be crowned tonight in st. paul. two of the leading skaters have been roommates since birth and tonight they are cheering for each other. >> triple lutz. >> reporter: a dazzling star in
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>> like a fairy tale. >> reporter: in the gold family, it's not just gracie's dreams this year. >> i'm awesome. so excited. >> reporter: among the elite skaters vying for the title, gracie gracie's sister carly. >> just qualifying for nationals is just above my wildest expectations. >> reporter: the 20-year-olds train on the same ice. both under coach frank carroll. life long roommates and best friends, but differences in more than appearance. carly an equestrian. >> i learned to skate through the isi. carly just jumped in. >> because it was fun. >> reporter: now more than fun.
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competitive skaters, only 22 make the cut to skate for the ladies title. nbc sports panelists tara lipinski. >> carly is happy to be here. >> reporter: carly missed one jump in the short program, but otherwise, skated clean. >> this has been the most surreal experience and it is going by quickly. >> reporter: gracie missed a jump too. well in consideration for the title. >> i don't consider it sharing my spotlight. she has her own. >> reporter: sisters turned competitors. each in pursuit of their own definition of gold. in the ultra competitive world of figure skating where thousands of women compete and
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it is spectacular that both gold sisters make the finals. they will be broadcast live tonight on nbc. >> thank you, janet. if you are on the east coast, another reason to stay inside tonight. you can watch the figure skating championships as janet mentioned here on nbc starting at 3:00 eastern and noon pacific. and coming up, easy things you can do today to help you
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first this is "today" on nbc. i'm going to stand by you even if we we're back on a saturday morning with "our start today" series helping you get the start on the week. >> there are a lot of easy things to do today to help you get a handle on the week ahead. our experts have you covered. >> get a head start. >> get a head start. >> get a head start today. >> today.
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>> today. >> a perfect assignment is to go through your kitchen cabinets. first of all, check what is expired. i had flour and soupy think from 2013. i'm sure you have that too. next, go into your cabinet and see all of the vases and plates. i probably got rid of 2 >> finding balance between being a mom, work, and being a wife can be very difficult for me. the most important thing you can do for yourself is to take care of yourself. write in your journal, read, take a bubble bath. use your weekends to refresh. maybe even a date night. >> if something happened to you, would the important people in
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would they know who to call, how to access your online accounts? i want you to work on something called a letter of instruction and suggestion. itit not a legal document. it's just a roadmap telling the important people in your life what steps to follow in the event of an emergency. thiseek we'll talk about protecting your financial life, but this is step one. >> i'm going to show you the simplest trick to dramatically slash the calories and the sodium in your favorite bottled dressings. first up, vinaigrette. this is balsamic vinaigrette. you' going to put a little in a mason jar, then dilute it with low calorie, low sodium, straight balsamic vinegar. shake it up. next up, ranch dressing. pour your favorite ranch right into that mason jar, and dilute it this time with low-fat
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it will automatically drive downeraleries s d sodium. there you go. vinaigrette, ranch dressing at your service. >> those are our tips. >> those are our tips. >> those are our tips. >> so start today. >> today. >> today. >> today. >> and you can see more tips all week here on "today." that does it for us this saturday morningng dylan, stay safe out there. >> we will be keeping you post on the weathth all day long. n't forget, rokerthon is happening all day on nbcnews.com. and tonight, the latest on "nbc nightly news." see you back here tomorrow.
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thanks for joining us for around siouxland. the sioux city hornets basketball team has their very first home game here in sioux city. it's a brand new team, very exciting. here to tell us a little bit more and some special events they have coming up we have jeremy and nate. thank you both for being here. thank you for having us. nate tell us about t oux city hornets. there is a lot of excitement a aund you guys right now. the sioux city hornets is a professionon aba team. we just started here moe williams and keanu vicks started it up for us. we've been going for about three months. we've got some guys from california, chicago - we have one guy that was actually born in germany on the team. me, i'm from sioux city. jeff bears is from winnebago. manny muneos is from walthill, nebraska. some local guys and we're excited to get going. so your first game is january 30th but there is also a special presentation for that game,
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actually doing a bully - it's against bullying. we're having a great time doing it. the aba and us have something together. we fight against bullying, so this is our first game. it's not a charitable game but we want all of the kids to come out and have a good time. we have limited seating. it't'at boys club. correct, it's at the sioux city boys club 823 pearl street. what time does it start? five o'clock. there's also going to be a bake sale for someone pretty special in your life and also someone we've heard about in the news recently. shaniqwa hayes is somebody - i grew up with her older brother, he was a really close friend of mine. i don't know if a lot of people have seen but she was missing for a couple of days. they found her. we're gogog to do a bake sale at the game on january 30th for her to help benefit her. we're also going g do a spaghetti susuer later on, maybe a week or two after that. be sure to get your tickets for the sioux city hornets' first home game here in sioux city janry 30th five o'clock at the boys club of sioux city. thank you both so much for being here. thank you for having us. thanks for joining us
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- welcome to lazytown it's the start of a brand new day things are upside down here in lazytown adventure's just a moment away - ugh! whoa!
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- ziggy, you're not pushing me high enough. do i have to do everything myself? - i still don't get it, stingy. - yeah. - why do we have to clean the sports field before we go play? - if you want me to play basketball with you, the sports field has to be squeaky clean. - pixel, come help me. - huh? affirmative! - put me down, ziggy! - hey, guys, i'm ready to play. um, why are you cleaning the sports field? - why don't you ask mr. fancy pants over there?- oh. - he doesn't wanna get his clothes dirty. [gasps] - finally, you understand. - okay, i can help. - ziggy. - hmm? - why aren't you cleaning? - well, uh, i am cleaning... superhero style. - huh? - i am cleaning the seat of the see-saw. [squeaking] [ziggy humming] - ugh! - our playground needs to sparkle, clean.
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[grunting] whoa! ha-ha! clean this! - all right, guys, it's spotless. - spotless over here, too! - the ball is spotless. - now, i am ready to play. - yeah! - pass it over here. - okay. [beeping] - someone's in trouble. oh, no. - well... sportacus doesn't have to worry about me. i never get into any trouble. [gasps] whoa!
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whoa-whoa! - huh? [ziggy y yling] [collective gasps] - whoa! [collective] - whoo! [ziggy yelling] - racquet. ball. - whoa! - amazing. - whoa! - catch. - [indistinct] - whoa! - you okay? - saving people. - oh, thank you, sportacus! [chuckling] - you're welcome.
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- roboticus, ready for action. - wow! whoa. [laughing] now, let's see how strong he is. brilliant!
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now i can get rid of him [echoing] forever! itit great to have a reaea superhero in our town. - it was amazing! yeah, i just went up in the air and-and-and-- - ziggy. - whoa! - ziggy! - ziggy! - oh, no-no-no-no! - again? - whoa! help! - i'm coming. [grunting] - sportacus! - oh, my! [panting] - whoa!
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- hero time for roboticus. - are you okay? - yeah. [beeping] - yes! - wow! - whoa! - oh, my! what do we got here? an extremely fast superhero? tell me, mayor, whaado the lazytown rules say about two superheroes in one town? - well, i don't have the rule book here-- - i have it. twenty-six, section 'c'-- would you be so kind? - section 'c'? - yes, of course. - thank you. - "there can only be one superhero in lazytown." - yes! - huh? - what? - i mean... oh, no! - oh, no. - but-but that's-- - only one?
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then he should stay, and the other one should-should-should-should-- - quit? - no! - oh, no. - shh. - no! - that's what the rule book says, right? - it's okay, mayor-- i understand. i mean, this superhero, is strong. - i think his name is roboticus. - roboticus? - and roboticus was faster than me. - no. - so, i just have to go and practice a little bit more, so i can be faster. - mmm-hmm. - but-but, sportacus, you're my friend. i mean-- - you are my friend, too. - yeah? - that's why you have to trust me. - yeah. - everything is gonna be okay. - okay. - remember-- never give up, ziggy. - i won't. - bye, sportacus. - bye, sportacus.s. - oh, come here----come here, children. oh, i know you're sad,
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- mmm... - stingy and pixel, you like to play basketball. and stephanie and trixie, you love to play soccer. - i'm gonna bicycle. - you could do that, too. [collective chatter] - ot fast enough-- u need more practice. - okay, i have to be faster. - okay, trixie. - uh-huh. - i'm ready. - okay, go for the goal. - time to get busy. now let's get rid of all the sporty stuff. [chuckling] - okay, one, two, three. oh, man! - hey! are you gonna play with us? - no more soccer ball. - huh? - uh, what?
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- you're ruining my property! - n-n-n-no, stop-stop-stop-stop-stop! - we need that-- that's mine. - no, no, no. - you can't. - wait-wait-wait. - where are you going? - oh, wow. oh, hi, roboticus! what? - no more bikes. - he's no superhero-- he's a super zero! ugh! [milford snoring] [door closes] - ah! - uncle milford? [milford groaning] are you okay? [groaning] - oh-oh, yes. uh-uh, i'm, uh, very, very busy around here. - we need to talk. - what? - roboticus is ruining everything. - ohohmy! - he popped d e soccer ball,
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and he even broke ziggy's bike. - this is terrible! - there must be a way to get rid of him. is there anything about it in the rule book? - well, uh-uh, let's see, uh... [gasps] here's a 'd' section to the rule! "the only way to get rid of an existing superhero "is to challenge him to a race." - wait-- can we challenge him,m, as a team? - yes, you can! - that's it! i'm gonna go tell the kids. we have to stop roboticus before he destroys everything in lazytown. - go get him, stephanie! - a little slower, please. - there h his-- come on! come on. - oh, there he is-- yeah! - roboticus, we want you out of lazytown, so we challenge you. [collective] - yeah! - excuse me. - huh?
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- pixel. - stingy. - trixie. - ziggy. - and me. - yes. [laughing] - what? well, let's see what roboticus says. - whoa! [collective] - oh. - i am ready for challenge. - good. see ya at town square at 3:00. come on, guys-- let's go practice. [collective] - yeah! - it's up to me and you to show them what we can do you gotta hold your head up high we can't give up before we try and nonothe game begins begins - so always tell yourself - never say never we gotta give our best to make it super power
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we never give in - it's time to make the move ready to get into the groove and everything is up to you you have to show what you can do and now the game begins begins - so always tell yourself - never say never we gotta give our best to mama it - yeah! - super power you've gotta reach up high and take it we never give in - let's break it down. jump to the side. jump to the side. muscle... and down. jump and punch. jump and punch.
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faster. jump, jump, muscle, down. punch, punch, up, and clap. - so always tell yourself - never say never we gotta give our best to make it super power you gotta reach up high and take it we never give in let's get these dayquil liquid gels and go. but these liquid gels are new. mucinex fast max. it's the same difference. this one is max strength and fights mucus. mucinex fast max. the only cold and flu liquid gel that's max-strength and fights mucus.
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- runners, take your marks! - okay. - the challenge today is an obstacle course race around lazytown. uh, first, you run through the playground and past the old oak tree-- - okay. - through the main street, past miss busybody's laundry lines, through lazy hills, over the big wall, through the wood, to the treehouse, where you have to ring the bell. [imitating bell ringing] then, you have to run all the way back. - well, that's easy-peasy. - get ready...
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- what! - go-go-go! [panting] - yeah, run! oh, this is exciting, isn't it mr. rotten? [whistling] - hmm? - come on, trixie, bring me my baton. - whoa-- help, help! [gasps] - what? trixie! i'm coming. - this is totally cheating! hey, come back here! [stingy panting] stingy, the baton! - i got it, i got it! - now, run, run, stingy-- go, go, go, go! - come on, stingy, where-- whoa! roboticus. [panting] - ah! - what happened? - stingy, look out-- whoa! - what's going on? - oh, boy! - what's happening?
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- ziggy, hurry-- you have to get the baton! - cheater! - ziggy, hurry. - you're on y yr own now, ziggy. - okay. - you have to run for both of us! - okay, come on. hurry, ziggy, hurry! - mr. rotten, look. i-i just found out that sportacus can compete for lazytown. - what? - oh, yeah, if he's not a superhero, he's just a normal lazytowner. oo i must go and tell him right away. - no-no-no-no-no-no-no-- i'll do that. you stay right here. - not fast enough.
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- huh? - come on, ziggy, hurry! - i-i can't make it. - come on, ziggy! - this wall is just too big! - ziggy, use this! - sports candy time! - well, done-- new record. - now i'm almost ready. [chuckling] - now i got the energy.
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- go, ziggy! - yeah, ziggy, go! - climb up the wall-- you can do it! - go, go, go! - it's too high for him. - oh, no! [panting] [gasps] - he did d ! - all right! [grunting] - okay. - yeah! - i'm doing it! i'm doing it! take it! - thanks, ziggy. - yeah, go! - sportacus, oh, there you are. there's quite a scene in lazytown. the kids have challenged roboticus to a race. - a race? - and the mayor tololme to come and gegeya, because, apparently, you can join their little team. yes, it's this way. - okay, i'm going. - whoa! whoa! robbie, robbie! [maniacal laughter]
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[chuckling] - oh, isn't this exexting, mr. rotten? whoo! i can't see them. - oh, no. [grunting]
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- whoa! - stephanie? - i'm here! - stephanie, i found out i can be on your team. - yes-- go and get 'em. - i'm ready. [gasps] - whoa! - oh, my-- hey, hey, you cheater! - cheater-bot! - whoa! - sportacus! - what-- no! whoa-whoa! - bravo! - yeah, all right! - ready, guys?
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whoa-oh-oh! - got ya! are you okay? - yes, ye - great. - oh, here they come! roboticus is winning, yes. sportacus, sportacus wins! yes, yes! lazytown ithe winner! [collective cheering] - stupid robot! - robot? - uh-uh-- [collective] - robbie rotten! - r-r-roboticus w-w-was not happy. m-m-m-must find man with big chin-chin. - whoa-- i think it's pretty clear that sportacus is the real hero of lazytown. - bing bang didigarigga dong funny words i sing when i am dancing dancing dancing
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silly words that can mean anything get on up it's time to dance yeah it's so much fun being up on our feet so we go up up do the jump move aroundndnd clap your hahas together together together down down turn around having fun is what it's all about
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janet? cough if you can hear me. don't even think about it. i took mucinex dm for my phlegmy cough. yeah...but what about mike? it works on his cough too. cougug it works on his s ugh too. mucinex dm relieves wet and dryy coughs for 12 hohos. let's end this. girl: mom, can i have a dollar? i think my purse is upstairs on the bed. it's not here. check the dining room. nope. the upstairs closet? announcer: moms everywhere are finding ways to keep kids active and healthy. get ideas. get involved. get going at letsmove.gov. - did you know 2,000 steps burns about 100 calories? and it doesnsnt matter if you're walking g ound the block,
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every step adds up. the more you know. this is how you say it's going to be okay to someone who juju lost everything. that, yes, we'll find you somewhere to stay and yes, your children will have breakfast. every 8 minutes the red cross responds to a disaster and makes this promise.
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- where is he? the sun is coming out so let's go find a new adventure you canome along with me and be there always by my side hello! it's a brand new day (h(h!) buenos dias mundo! come on, come along and play! (hey!) here in nina's world hello, hello, hello, hey! gonna be the best day ever
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