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studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> you made it. it happened. it is try day friday. swrena bush hager filling in for kathie lee. kath will be back on monday. that's irresistible. speaking of irresistible. check out who is in the kitchen, baby. two hot tall drink of water. >> one tall. >>. >> we have march wroe and ralph. >> get it out. >> we don't have in a much time. around. >> that's right, wral. we're going to be bossing y'all around. hey, y'all. i'm going to cook something in the kitchen with my sons. >> i'm from a certain region i
>> this is my son bobby. i'm paula dean. >> oh, boy. >> all right. we're going to have these guys. they're talking -- they're an italian family living under one roof. >> it's a play. >> called "a room of my own." you know, i should be sitting over there. we should be. we should be hosting this show. >> you know what, you're right. they actually should be. all right. we also get ready to marvin gaye. he is up for three grammys. he just debuted -- his album just dropped today. his first stop was right here. i love it. >> if you have the same old pa that you throw for the big football game -- >> you know why we're not saying the word s-u-p-e-r-b-o-w-l. we're not allowed to. >> you're not allowed to because the pat wrots didn't make it.
>> were they in the running? who are you rooting for? >> of course, the patriots. you know, i love tom brady, but the one that i really love -- my favorite is tom brady's understudy jimmy garafolo. it's his looks. i can't take it. >> we're going to show you how to throw a bash for the s-u-p-e-r-b-o-w-l. gridiron gal. >> this is interesting. so jennifer lopez was on american idol. this is the final season. she always gives very encouraging words and often she says wise things to kids. there was a group song which meant everybodo was auditioning participated in the group, and they had to work together. one group didn't do well, and jennifer lopez thinks she knows the reason where. it was a girl named alise that
in the sandbox. take a listen. everything goes >> i could tell there was obvious tension, and you could feel it in the performance. this is all about collaborating. i would say my biggest strength in this business and the reason that i've been around as long as i have is because people like to work with me. if you don't play well with others, you won't last very long. you'll have a moment if you are super, super talented, but after a while people start rooting against you. >> you know what, she's right. >> it's true. >> isn't that so true? >> this could be any industry, any field. you want to work with people that want to work together. >> i worked in local news for a long time, and i remember news directors when they were trying to figure out if they were going
market, they would call the photographers you worked with because they knew that those guys knew you like nobody else. they knew you at your worst when you were complaining and all that sort of stuff. i think -- i rather work with someone who is talented and super nice than someone who is extra talented and kind of a jerk. >> yeah. everybody always says, like, oh, gosh, y'all all seem like a family. i said y'all again. shhhh. i'm talking to you. he is not listening. >> my ears are -- you know, people love to work with me because i am not difficult at all. >> are you difficult, mario? >> he is really not difficult. >> he is a little bit difficult. >> i snap at the kids. we have two kids. i snap at them. i don't care. that's not your line. don't say that right there. don't step on my junk, you little brat. >> but it's true. important. >> yeah. >> peeking of, i like working with you.
>> why? >> i like your tunes. sometimes klg doesn't. i get it. sflo how do you get it? >> i get why she doesn't like your songs. i like them. >> i played a throwback. ignition remix. >> i love r. kelly. >> all right. we played ignition remix. it's a great song. there were other people who enjoyed it too. this was on our -- oig on our facebook page. >> normally i don't do this. >> it is a break-in weekend. i'm not trying to be cool >> can we see the other person do it? it's the freaking weekend, baby about to have me some fun bounce, bounce, bounce,
>> that's it. k.l.g., kathie lee, she's now doing hip-hop. >> k.l.g. -- we call her k.l.g. i have to tell you that babies like rap. >> babies like rap? >> i can prove that. i don't have my phone. when mila was a baby, that robin thick song was popular. how did it go again? anybody? >> what was it? >> you know, what? blurred lines, you know you want it mila was a tiny little baby, and she would go -- she didn't talk, but she could dance, and she could bounce and there is something about that -- >> the bouncing. it is the bouncing. >> that's her favorite song. >> that was sent to us by amanda ross. news about kim bassinger. she's returning to the big screen, everybody. she's doing the cast of "fifty shades of gray." >> fifty shades darker.
>> i read the first one. not the second one. >> were you sort of embarrassed? >> i wasn't. i had to read it for work. it was -- >> you had to read it for work. >> i had to read it -- >> for work. >> we realized the air quotes aren't working well in this show. we're never air quoting the same thing. >> we love them. >> she plays the part of elaina lincoln, that's christian gray's former love. she's the one who taught him the ropes. i think she's a good pick for that. she's 62. >> taught him the ropes. no pun intended. remember, they were tied? >> it hasn't been made. okay. this film hits theaters in 2017. >> 2017, march wroe. >> she's a good pick because remember "nine and a half weeks?" >> i don't. >> i called it nine and a half years. >> for me it was nine and a half weeks. >> we're going to play a game.
this is what they looked like ten years ago and what they look like now. look at j. lo ten years ago. she looks younger today. i think the one on the left is the young one, right? wrau. >> are we supposed -- >> selhayak. younger, left or right? >> on the right. stwoo i would say on the -- >> on the right is the younger. >> i would say it's the elder. >> left is older. >> gwen stephanie. definitely the right is older. >> i would say the right is younger. >> right is older. >> you switched it. >> you're confusing us. you're confusing us. >> keanu reeves. >> spiky hair is definitely younger. >> yes. >> angela basset. >> younger and then with the long hair. >> exactly. >> wait.
>> yes. >> mario cantone -- >> ralph macchio. younger with the white shirt. >> you can't tell. yes, you can. mario cantone, we're ready. >> young other the left. >> by the way, mario -- >> younger on the right. >> ten years. >> you guys are sick. what have you done? >> i have nothing. we've done nothing. we don't do the botox. >> we blame our parents. >> or any of that. >> no botox? >> no botox. nothing. i've done nothing. soon i'll be like this. when i'm like this, come kill me. come kill me. that's it. >> all right. we have a new. >> zoolander tease.
take a look. relax, go to it relax don't do it when you want to come >> the best, i'm sorry. the best. >> countdown. >> they want a room of their own, but they're going to have to share our studio for now. play. we know they will, right. to folks out there whose diabetic nerve pain... shoots and burns its way into your day, i hear you. to everyone with this pain that makes ordinary tasks extraordinarily painful, i hear you. make sure your doctor hears you too! i hear you because i was there when my dad suffered with diabetic nerve pain. if you have diabetes and burning, shooting pain in your feet or hands, don't suffer in silence! step on up and ask your doctor about diabetic nerve pain.
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sflu know how it is when you are around family for too long. sometimes they can drive you absolutely nuts. >> now imagine an outspoken opinionated italian-american family all living together under one roof and a studio apartment. >> that is the premise of the new off broadway show. it's called a room of my own. based on the true story, and it stars ralph and marchiomario. hi, kids. how did this get-together happen? >> i have known him a long time. >> we've known each other for years. i saw him in -- you know, i saw him in his first broadway show "cuba." he told me yesterday when i didn't realize that he saw me in my first broadway show when i replaced nathan lane. he was there my first night. >> my wife and i went to see the play. you know, nathan lane was in the show. we were all excited. we get there. the show was the day before.
he killed it. it was a great night. >> it was a horrifying night. we both saw each other's br debut. here we are. >> now we're all broadway because we're artists. we're artists. the true theater is broadway. >> tons of money. >> tell us about this play. you say that it's important that it's an italian-american family, it's a comedy. >> well, because it's not just an itsian-american family because there are no italian-american sit coms or -- where are they? or even dramas? they'll put us on reality shows to look like freaks, but they won't give us a scripted show. i would like to see that, and this is -- it's -- i haven't seen an italian-american play in a long time. >> no, not in a long time. written and directed by charles messina. it's a comedy, and it's a heightened element, but there's also a great deal of nostalgia. >> what's the relationship between you two in the show?
he narrates it, and talks to his younger self. >> i'm the uncle. >> are you funny? >> very funny. >> i'm slightly opinionated uncle that lives upstairs. >> takes place in 1979. my character is really -- was -- is a writer who is going back to explore the chapter in his life that makes sense out of the insanity which he grew up, but things change and time warps. >> is it funny? >> there are characters like my cousins and mother. i know them very well. >> you are also working with your husband. you have been married both 20 years plus. >> congratulations. >> what add vase? >> well, i don't know. there's my husband. we're doing a project together. february 6th at the american song book lincoln center and tickets are american song book.org. there we are! >> look at you. >> we're doing a show together. it's the first time.
show on broadway, but we've never performed together. >> i don't know. you know, oh, my gosh, i'm still trying to find out. no, the secret is, you know, staying the course, commitment, knowing -- for me it's knowing -- there's my wife. >> she loves me more than him. >> but it's -- you know, it's believing. it's commitment. it's finding the right one, and i did. >> you did find the right one. you need the balance. jerry is a very -- very steady. >> not like you. >> no. >> he lets you talk. >> he has more of a -- >> he has more of a director's mentality and a writer's mentality even though he is an actor, but -- and i'm the one who grabs all the attention. >> in a couple one person needs to be the audience, and one person needs to be the star. >> are you the star? >> my wife is the star. the audience is me. >> we share a role. >> all right, kids. stick around, okay? don't go anywhere because we're
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>> she has to draw it. >> okay. ready? >> go. >> wax on, wax off. >> use the force. >> jimmy durante's nose. >> oh, i know. >> the country of italy. >> yes! yes! >> this is for jenna, and she has to act it out. >> act it out. okay. mama mia. do do. this is for you. this is for you. what am i doing? >> you're making -- >> you're my man. >> the next one is for ralph. >> you're up, ralph. come on. >> ralph needs to -- >> i'll do it. >> come on, ralph. you got it. >> okay. here we go. >> wait. now we're going to do this. >> oh, my god. top hat.
>> yeah, baby. >> this one is for mario. >> you need to hum it. >> oh, my god. i don't know. i don't know. >> i can sing it? okay. i don't know. i'll act it out. >> he can't act. >> mama leoni. >> scenes from an italian restaurant. forget that one. >> oh, my god. oh, oh. >> okay. this is a scene. i need something. >> wait. wait. that's my card. >> yeah, whatever. >> what are you doing? >> are you going to floss your teeth? what are you doing? >> oh, my goodness. this is getting --
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why not have a big gala. foo we are stepping outside the end zone with food and decor. all about glitter and glamour with the help of entertaining and lifestyle expert j.j. stroo let's see if she's home. shall we? >> oh, hold on. >> ding dong. >> we're here. >> oh. >> glad to see you. thanks for being here. >> thank you. >> i love your dress. >> thank you. >> you know that beyonce is performing at the big game, right? we have to start with bling rings. bling rings. hoda, try it on your pinkie also. >> you put a ring to, right? and also, doubles as the -- >> i know you are waiting for the coocktail. just like in texas, right?
everyone brings over beer. yes? >> hmm. >> right? >> oh, my god. >> so lime-ade and tequila just mixed with light beer. if your guests bring over light beer, mix it up. all day long, right? >> you can do it. >> it's so good. >> isn't it a ten? >> okay. garnished with a lime and a little salt. we have our bling rings. we have our cocktail. >> do you have flowers at a super bowl party? >> flowers at a super bowl party? >> it's a big game. >> gridiron gala. >> gridiron gala. yes, okay. look at the vase. okay? >> a red solo cup on crystal. isn't that so fun? all you did -- this is off the internet. $14.99. all you do is just put the flower of your choice in it. it also doubles as what you can drink out of. i repurposed it here to show you that you can also use this as a
day. >> we have so much to eat. >> so cute. >> i love doing -- taking traditional food and putting a spin on it. here are chilli stuffed peppers. you can also get your veggies in. women will love this. instead of a big pot of chilli. why not go ahead and put a stuffed pepper in it? >> please try one. store bought waffle, piece of fried chicken. >> these are frozen waffles. >> i eat these for breakfast every morning. >> so do my kids. isn't that delicious? then protein. devilled eggs. store bought. very easy. for the lace just do a chive or green unonion. love picking it up. >> we can't forget the best part, right? it's the 50th anniversary of the big game. >> it is?
>> big 5-0 over there. >> also -- >> i know. it's really tempting. it's really tempting. >> go on. >> you know how usually they're the small ones. we're going to do the actual hot dog size, wrap it in a crescent roll and dip it in golden mustard. you just unfurled it? so smart. >> usually they do it together. leave a little space. isn't that good? >> again, a traditional food. we're just taking it up a notch. >> you even have dessert. >> have you to have dessert. this is carousel cakes. you can order this for the big day, and it's blue velvet with cream cheese filling. >> does that not sound delicious. >> hoda said they loves anything blue. >> matches your dress. perfect for the panthers, if you are a panthers fan. order this in.
you can order it on-line for the big day. >> from hope hummus. cocoa powder. also healthy. you can sit there and eat that. >> tastes chocolatey. tastes chocolatey. >> okay. then gu to the cake. this is too healthy, then we're going to go to the cake. time-out. okay. selfie photo booth. see this back drop? $18 from home depot. this is just astroturf. you put it up. craft store numbers. then we're going to take our player. >> i want peyton. >> i want peyton too.
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>> he is a 15-year-old high school sophomore who made history when he became the wrungest ever "new york times" best selling fiction author. >> impressive. jake has something new for fans. a third book. we stepped outside the classroom and into the wilderness. >> it's called "just jake, camp wild survival."
>> thanks for having me. >> you didn't get the -- >> the title being hoda. >> yes. >> the title being hoda. stwloo it's like oprah. whoa. >> you took it from the classroom outside. why -- are you an wrout door lover? do you like it? >> i think it's kind of weird. i get this question a lot. you must be an outdoors freak, and the truth is i hate going outside. i'm scared. spiders, don't even get me started. i'm a big fan of a lot of the survival tv shows. >> oh, yeah. >> like the alaskan shows, bear grills. >> would you be on one? >> no. i like watching them from the sat safety of my couch. that's where my survival. >> is that where you got the info, watching stuff on tv? >> my whole family is a big fan of the show, watching people outside, doing all these crazy stuff, but i'm definitely not one of the crazy people doing it. i like watching them. >> i was an english teacher. what are your teachers thinking about the you are an
>> they're so proud of me. it's really -- everyone has been really proud of me. everyone treats me the same, and -- >> i kind of wish they treated me a little bit better. come on. >> let's say you do a creative writing paper for english, do you ever get a b? do you ever get a c? >> not -- not often. >> yeah. a's. i'm pretty good. >> what's your toughest subject? >> math. >> mine too. >> i'm really good at the social st english, but math kind of gets me. >> you are a writer, "new york times" best seller. do you still have time to be a 15-year-old kid? >> oh, yeah. >> driving. >> driving. it's about to happen zoosh in florida you can get a learner's permit. >> aye been driving for a while. >> any dates? >> not yet. you know, i don't have a car. i live with my parents, so it's not -- >> you know, you could write the girl some love poems. do you write poetry?
for christmas i gave all three of my family members all couplets. it's my first time. >> can you do a couplet for hoda? >> i don't know if i'm a freestyle couplet. i'm not a rapper. if you couldn't tell. if you couldn't tell. >> now, you have a little game for us? >> it's survival. right now. >> we are. >> you guys got lost. you went camping. you don't know where you are. number one, this is big. >> okay. >> right? what is the distress signal sos commonly associated with? a, oh, shoot. b, send our signal. c, survive or sacrifice. >> send our signal. >> was there a d? >> the answer was d, none of the above. >> oh. >> what is it?
code distress signal that's now commonly associated with save our ship. >> save our ship. >> save our ship. >> with a p. >> that's embarrassing. do you have time for one more? >> we have plenty of time. >> which edible insect has the highest source of protein? >> a, beetles? b, ants? c, crickets? >> crickets. >> look at all that protein. >> gag me. >> beetles have more protein than mt other insects, and that protein it depends on the type of beetle. you want the biggest beetle? >> thank you so much. >> you wouldn't eat a cockroach. >> no, the biggest beetle you can find. >> she's a little crazy, jake. >> jake, did you sign them to us? >> jake -- oh -- >> thank you. >> thank you so much. we really appreciate it. doesn't end here. >> we have a new album and a new tour and his first stop is here.
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>> the city concert series on "today" is proudly presented to you by citi. >> the collaboration with wiz khalifa has more than a billion hits on youtube. >> today charl yil is releasing his brand new debut album called nine track mind. >> here is charlie puth singing "marvin gaye." let's marvin gaye and get it on you got the healing that i want just
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>> this is "today" on nb one of the areas that i've been particularly interested in is the area of children. all of us have a responsibility, to ourselves, to our children, to each other. we intend to be sure that everybody in this room and every child in this state is somebody. no matter where they're born, no matter to whom they are born. our children's future is shaped both by the values of their parents and the policies of their nation. it's time to protect the next generation, fill the lives of our children with possibility and hope, open up the doors so that every child has a chance to live up to his or her god-given potential. i've spent my life fighting for children,
oh, yes. >> that is so beautiful. you know, that move of one finger could be a different feel, couldn't it? couldn't it? >> i want to thank jenna for filling in. >> but she's happy i'm leaving. >> you've been a blast. thank you
for everything. for vegas, for the laughs. >> kathie lee will be back next week.
they're one of the wall street banks that triggered the financial meltdown -- goldman sachs. just settled with authorities for their part in the crisis that put seven million out of work and millions out of their homes. how does wall street get away with it? millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street because it's rigged by wall street. and that's the problem. as long as washington is bought and paid for, we can't build an economy that works for people. sanders: i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. today on "access hollywood live," look at me on this friday. what a sandwich, i have kitty on one side and kitty cat on the other side. >> the beautiful, the smart, the