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warmer right? >> the "today" show is up next. we'll be back with local updates next. >> you can get local updates any time on or "nbc 10" app. check it out. it's a free app. thanks for watching. good morning. breaking overnight. the stage suddenly collapses during a high scho. ♪ don't stop believing ♪ [ screaming ] >> more than 12 students injured. what went wrong? der review. after two hostages are accidentally killed by u.s. air strikes targeting al qaeda, the white house is investigating its use of drones in pakistan. are they a necessary tool in the war on terror? unsubstantiated medicine? a new round of criticism for dr. oz. this time from faculty members at columbia university. dr. oz is here to respond in an
exclusive live interview. and base brawl. >> this is a good one, folks. >> a nasty scene in chicago as benches clear and fists fly between the white sox and the royals. at least five players ejected. suspension sure to come today. friday, april 24th, 2015. >> announcer: from nbc news th with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> and good morning. welcome to "today" on a friday morning. that base brawl did not look too good. >> no. i honestly thought this is baseball not hockey. >> we'll look at that. also it's been a couple tough weeks for dr. mehmet oz. he's joining us to answer some of the criticism he's been facing. there's been a lit. >> his whole work is under the
microcope. let's get to the frightening accident caught on camera in central indiana. students plunging to the floor below as the stage they were performing on gives way. john yang has the latest. what are officials saying about this? >> reporter: good morning, matt. well officials say as frightening as that looks, they say the injuries thankfully are not life threatening and the indiana state police is joining the investigation to try to figure out just what happene what began as a typical high school stage production quickly became much different. ♪ don't stop believing ♪ [ screaming ] >> oh my god! >> reporter: more than two dozen students singing and dancing when suddenly the stage collapses beneath them dropping the teens into the orchestra pit below.
>> all of a sudden you hear this big bang and everybody just -- all the performers basically just completely down. everybody just froze for a second and were just waiting. they thought it was planned, but it wasn't. then you start hearing screams everywhere. >> i knew something had gone wrong. that's like a ten foot drop underneath there. nifs shock. >> reporter: at a news conference this morning, officials said stage maintenance records are being turned over to investigators. >> this is open in some productions. in others to get people closer to the audience there's a cover there. it appears the cover collapsed in total. >> reporter: audience members and school staff immediately began rushing the stage after the collapse pulling the teens to safety. >> all the debris and all the wood and everything was covering some students. people just jumped down and started trying to lift. it was terrifying to see. >> reporter: authorities say more than a dozen students were jird. all taken to area hospitals with
many students and parents thankful it wasn't worse. >> this isn't something yo. >> reporter: school officials say that classes will be held as normal today at that high school. but students who want to stay home are free to. savannah? >> john yang thank you very much. sarah camden was recording on her cell phone as her son blake performed on stage. they are with us right now by skype. good morning to both of you after a very difficult >> good morning. >> blake, you were on stage playing guitar. as i understand it was the final number. what do you remember see >> well for the most part what i remember is i was standing on top of the speaker you can see stage left in the video. and i was just playing through a guitar solo. and i jumped down across the stage and all of my fellow
performers were storming the stage at that point. and, you know as i was getting over there, i was probably about on the edge of the pit on the right side of the stage. you know more and more people kept coming on. so i moved over a couple feet just to make room for more people and it was not even three seconds after i had moved over that all of a sudden the floor caved and i watched 25 30 of my good friends, classmates and some of my best friends and it was honestly for the most part just terrifying. at first it didn't seem real. once it kind of sunk in it was -- at that time it was go time. just doing everything we could to get everybody out of there, get any injuries treated. >> you were somewhat lucky, blake, because you didn't fall in. but you were right there and saw it happen. as were you, sarah, his mom video recording his performance. you must have been terrified. what was your pers
>> it was awful. it was one of those moments every parents dreads. just ultimate panic. you know the moment when the stage collapsed, wasn't sure what was going on. there was a moment of pause where it was so surreal. it was like is this actually happening? is this part of the show? and then just panic. i couldn't see blake. he was behind the big mass of people. and so i just assumed he was in the pit. so you could hear me i'm the one screaming in the video. >> scary night for both of you. thank you for taking a few moments. i know you've been visiting your friends in the hospital. we appreciate it. thank you. they're so lucky as well because it seems like most of the injuries are not very very serious. >> imagine being a parent in the audience and your child disappears below the floor. the fallout is beginning over the u.s. air strikes on al qaeda targets in pakistan.
the hostages' deaths rekindling the debate over the military's use of drones. peter alexander at the white house this morning. hi peter. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. this was an extraordinary public admission of an intelligence failure by this president acknowledging the deadly mistakes can happen in the fog of war. but that fog of war is especially thick when it comes to u.s. drone strikes. and this latest ep society has exposed real concerns with america's long distance efforts against terrorists. >> i profoundly regret what happened. on behalf of the united states government i offer our deepest apologies. >> reporter: now they are looking at what went wrong down the counterterrorism efforts that killed two aide workers including an near continuous surveillance leading up to the operation.
the target high-level al qaeda leadership but officials say they didn't know who was there january 14th wa cia drone strike killed the hostages. >> what do we know about this compound? who do we believe was present? is it indicative of a broader issue? >> reporter: this is president obama's war fought not with boots on the ground but these unmanned assassins. it expanded significantly under obama. up ten times in pakistan yemen, and somalia. from a trike every 40 days under president bush to one every 4 under president obama. as one group put it in january, the u.s. literally didn't know who it was killing. >> the public are assured that this is a program that is lawful effective, and wise. yet repeatedly there are credible allegations. and today an official acknowledgment that deeply and
devastating tragic mistakes were made. >> reporter: both grief and disbelief. >> he wanted to help those people and it cost him h >> reporter: in a statement, wienstein's family says his attackers bear ultimate responsibility. but they have tough words for the obama administration expressing their frustration with elements of the u.s. government whose assistance they described as inconsistent and disappointing. matt and savannah? >> all right. peter alexander at the white house. by the way, there's a new crackdown overnight. authorities in italy arresting at least 18 people in a massive sweep for financing al qaeda in pakistan. the group is also suspected of planning an attack against the vatican and pope benedict back in 2010. officials say a potential suicide bomber had actually travelled to italy, but disappeared when he realized investigators were following
him. meantime back here, stormy week across much of the country. i'm hearing the biggest threat of tornadoes is still to come. >> that's right. tonight into tomorrow. in fact we've been watching instability throughout the gulf coast as well. take a look at what happened yesterday in miami. an ef-0 tornado strike and lots of problems making its way across the central and southern part of the state causing big problems. flooding trees down cars damaged, hail. this is just the shape of things to come. let's show you what we're going to be looking at later on today. already storms firing up between austin and laredo. we've got a severe thunderstorm watch this morning into the early afternoon hours. we've got a strong jet stream increasing moisture coming out of the south. we've got this upper level low. and where the drier air meets the warmer air, that's where the instability is going to happen. corpus christi new orleans, up
to wichita. 30 million people at risk. strong tornadoes lat. as we go into tonight, another chance for storms. this will stretch from eastern texas, hail and flooding with few tornadoes possible all the way as far east as tuscaloosa and nashville. then the real problem comes in tomorrow. nashville, chattanooga, on into parts of arkansas. 47 million people at risk. wind gusts of 70 miles per hour. tornadoes very likely tomorrow. so we are going to be watching this very very closely because we could be looking at a fairly big outbreak of tornadoes some time tomorrow afternoon. >> all right, al. thank you very much. hillary clinton is facing some new scrutiny this morning over both her time as secretary of state and her family's foundation. how will that all impact her presidential campaign? nbc's andrea mitchell is in washington this morning. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, matt. the clinton campaign is pushing back hard today against charges
in the new book "clinton cash." that as secretary of state she did favors for her foundation. hillary clinton took center stage. >> you, too, can be a champion for change. it doesn't matter whether you're a student or an artist a journalist an ambassador maybe even a future president. >> reporter: but she is still trailed by a series of controversy starting with benghazi. republican wills have her testify in public next month. about any private e-mails rega >> i don't know who to ask other than her. and frankly i think the burden of persuasion is on her. >> reporter: then there's the new book "clinton cash" written by a former bush aide charging the clintons with conflict of interests. it cites a 2009 trip to russia claiming hillary clinton pushed russian officials to sign a multibillion-dollar airplane agreement wi boeing. two months after boeing won the
contract the company pledged $900,000 to the clinton foundation. boeing told nbc news it has contributed about $1 million a year to the foundation. and boeing says secretary clinton's advocacy for american goods and services including boeing airplanes is consistent with u.s. policy and advocacy across administrations for several decades in order to help level the playing field against fierce foreign competition. a government ethics expert agreed. >> there's no there's no evidence that she changed the policy based on the donations to the foundation. >> reporter: the book claims the clintons did not disclose all of the donations and speech fees as they had promised. but the clinton campaign says no one has produced a shred of evidence that hillary clinton took any action as secretary of state to produce the interest of the foundation donors. >> all right. thank you very much. by the way, the author of that
book peter schweizer will be here next week. you've been following that case. more allegations against the sheriff's deputy. documents now show that fellow officers were concerned about robert bates' training years ago. gabe gutierrez is following that. >> reporter: sheinelle, good now we're learning some of bates' colleagues had concerns about his relationship with the sheriff and his on-duty behavior more than six this morning more questions about bates' training years before he shot and killed eric harris before a sting operation. in 2009 the sheriff's office launched an internal review that found bates had incomplete field training and on-duty behavior that violated policy.
things his attorney says he has not seen. >> i know he received hundreds of hours of training since 2009. >> reporter: but there were other concerns. the sheriff's office memo from december of 2008 said bates was using his personal vehicle to make unauthorized traffic stops against policy. the sergeant wrote, what is the purpose of having policy if members of our office do not follow it and we as supervisors allow violations because of who the persons are? >> well the accusation's been made that he received preferential treatment. i don't believe that is the case. >> reporter: in an exclusive interview last week -- >> my taser is right here. >> reporter: -- he showed matt where he kept his taser in relation to his gun. >> my gun itself is on my side. you must believe me it can happen to anyone. >> reporter: bates has pleaded not guilty to second degree manslaughter.
a judge is now allowing him to go on a pre-planned vacation to the bahamas. >> it's offensive to the family. it's offensive to the community. and it shows a complete disconnect between mr. bates and >> reporter: bates' attorney says his client really weighed whether to go on that trip but decided it was important because he wanted to spend time with his sheinelle? >> thank you. it is official. loretta lynch has been confirmed by the senate as the next attorney general. eric holder's last day on the jo. former cia director david petraeus was sentenced to two years probation and fined for giving a mistress classified material while she was working on his biography. he pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor count of retention of classified material. tempers boiling over in chicago thursday night in a game between the white sox and the kansas city royals.
look at this. it started with a kansas city pitcher and chicago center fielder exchanged words. both bull pens empty. punches went flying. players and coaches were thrown to the ground. in the end, five players were ejected. and we all scream for ice cream. but one man in florida, well took his love for the frozen treats to a whole new level. look at this. this is surveillance video from outside a gas station in florida. the clerk was apparently sleeping so this guy decided to take advantage and make off with an entire good humor ice cream -- >> yes! >> slowly but surely he pulls it away from the store front. he got away with it but since got arrested. >> you know why? because he had that little music playing with that thing. >> now he's in the cooler. >> there you go. >> i thought that was a good one. >> what was so bad? >> the studio says differently.
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after a cold start saturday a warmer afternoon. partly sunny on saturday. 63 degrees. 60s again on sunday. monday there is a chance of a shower later on monday in the afternoon. then a warmup by wednesday afternoon, 71 degrees. have a great day. >> and that's your latest weather. >> thank you very much. >> still laughing at that joke al. carson is here. >> did you get the new apple watch? >> you mean these little things? you got the small one? >> because your eyesight really go after 40. >> that's pretty cool. >> it is. >> between that and storm troopers you've got props everywhere these days. >> makes you look thin too. >> thank you very much. president obama congratulated super bowl champions new england patriots at a ceremony thursday but not without a joke or two at the team's expense. the president taking on the topic of deflategate was fair . >> i usually tell a bunch of
jokes at these events but with patriots in town i was worried that 11 out of 12 of them would fall fla >> it took a little while. you know they kind of got the joke. might not be happy with it. but coming out of his mouth, it was fine. smattering of boos and laughs. let's go through the shots. tom brady not there yesterday. he had a family commitment so he didn't make it. patriots documented their entire trip on social media. this is a good shot here people commented on. coach belichick, robert kraft the owner wearing his sneakers there with the president. congratulations to the patriots. good day for them. back to you. >> robert kraft loves a great deflategate joke. >> he did not crack a smile. >> carson thanks. coming up dr. oz accused of soiling the reputation of columbia university by his
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jessica boyington. >> chris, thank you. relatively light on 95 around gerrard avenue. half an hour from wood haven road to the vine street express expressway expressway. as we head out to the ben franklin bridge, if you're heading into philadelphia today from new jersey, headed westbound, there are only three lanes open as opposed to the normal four heading into the city due to ongoing construction, chris. breaking news just into the "nbc 10 news" room. a man stole a vehicle with children inside. investigators say the man got into a fight with his wife and that's when he pulled the kids got into a car. police stopped him. we'll continue to follow the story and bring you more information as soon as we get it. i'm chris cato. we'll have another update for you in about 25 minutes. you can always get the latest news and weather through the "nbc 10" app. now we go back to the "today" show. have a great morning.
7:30 now. friday morning, 24th of april 2015. there's the crowds on the plaza. >> let's look at what's making headlines on a friday morning. more than 12 students injured in westfield, indiana last night when the stage they were performing on suddenly collapsed beneath them. the accident caught on camera by a lot of people in the crowd. the threat of severe weather intensifying in parts of the south and midwest today. the risk of thunderstorms and possible tornadoes stretches from kansas to mississippi. and with protests intensifying in baltimore over the death of freddie gray while in police custody, maryland's go is sending a team of 32 state troopers to deal with crowd control.
both the baltimore pd and justice department are investigating that case. coming up it's one of the world's greatest mysteries. does the loch ness monster exist? how you can join the search from the comfort of your home. >> nessy. let's begin with new criticism being thrown at dr. oz over some of the views he expresses on his television show. in a moment we'll talk to him exclusively. but first nbc's stephanie gosk has the latest. >> reporter: dr. oz under fire again. this time from colleagues one week after ten doctors from outside columbia wrote to the medical school there questioning dr. oz's position at the university eight columbia faculty members issued on op-ed in "usa today" attacking the dr. oz show. many of us are spending a significant amount of our clinical time debunked ozzisms. adding this unsubstantiated medicine sullies the reputation
of columbia university and undermines the trust tha esse to physician/patient relationships. >> if i wanted to stop him, i would write a letter recommending he be fired from abc. i wouldn't write a letter to columbia saying stop him from doing the job he's good at. >> reporter: the new round of criticism came as oz took on the first round of critics on his show. >> the question you should be asking yourself i did for quite a while, is what's the motivation. why now? >> reporter: in thateir op-ed, the colleagues said he should begin with a simple disclaimer. >> the show's purpose is not to talk about medicine. it's to talk about the good life. >> reporter: in an interview that took place before the interview was published -- >> it's called the dr. oz show. we have oz as the middle and doctor is up in the little bar for a reason. i want people to realize that
i'm a doctor and i'm coming into their lives to be supportive of them. but it's not a medical show. >> reporter: for "today," stephanie gosk, nb. >> dr. oz good morning. good to have you here. let's start where that piece left off. you said the word doctor is up in the corner of the graphics internationally. but you often wear scrubs on the show and people trust what you say because you have a medical doctor. have you upheld that trust over the years? >> without question. i'm proud of what we've done on the show. it's much broader than a medical lexture series. people don't want to be hounded about information that's irrelevant to their lives. it's about celebrating life and getting to them where they live. >> do you think when a doctor becomes the host of a television show that he or she deserves a certain leeway and can do and say things on the air that perhaps you wouldn't do or say in private practice? >> it's much broader than what a
doctor might speak about on their own practice. i'm going to embrace unconventional routes. matt i've always done it. my whole life has been about pushing boundaries. looking around the corner. both high-tech solutions but also some low-tech approaches. i think people have to get comfortable. in america, that's where the conversation is moving. >> this is the way you position it. you tend to position yourself as a crusader for your viewers. and their good health. and the little guy taking on the big guys. but these doctors are positioning you very differently. they're saying you're careless and reckless as a doctor and you could be endangering the health of those viewers. >> to be clear, there are different types of attacks that come out. some have agendas. the ones i dealt with last week and yesterday, were folks who had to clear gmo biases. i think they were unfair not wanting us to have that
conversation. when i talk about hard core medical issues which i do it is a medical show in i do cover those topics but it's broader than that. hard core medical topics we're all buttoned up. but i have to go beyond that. because health is not always found in a doctor's office. nutrition is a good example. >> but when you use words like breakthrough and radical and miracle to describe products or processes on your show does the doctor in you ever cringe at what the talk show host in you is saying? >> i am proud of all those words. there's only one time i have not been proud. and that's the frustration that's been expressed about weight loss supplements. which i wish i could take back the words i said about them. this is a flawed area. i haven't talked about them in a year. so many americans think i'm all about the fake ads coming into their spam folders. that's not who i am. what i'm trying to do is help people understand their bodies better so they can be the expert on their bodies. so when they go to talk to their
doctor, that is supported. i hear from viewers and doctors all the time about how we have helped make that confers easier for them. because there are themes in america that we don't associate with health. as a good example, the nutrients we put in your body. that has to be a forefront on my show. >> going back to the criticism from faculty members at columbia. quote, many of us are spending a significant amount of our time debunking ozzisms regarding metabolism game changers. irrespective of the underlying motives, this sullies the reputation of columbia university and undermines the trust that is essential to physician/patient relationships. sullying the reputation of the university. that's very strong stuff. >> it's actually -- i'm appreciative in that same le applauded many things we do. you're not going to please
everyone. that's not my goal. my job is to help america understand the opportunity towards health. there are going to be times when i'm going to discuss topics where we just don't have all the information yet. other times we're going to be extraordinarily targeted because we have a truly new breakthrough on health. the show has to be broader than what might take place in the doctor's office. and i completely respect why so many of my colleagues might have a difficulty with that. but i appreciate many do understand. >> and if more and many doctors come out and criticize you, can you survive this? can you show survive this? >> without question. i expect my colleagues -- this is an important topic to come out there. and we are hearing from many. some critical, some supportive. the goal for all of us is it has to be a focus on people who need our help. i expect them to continue to be discussed. and i'm celebrating on our show our 1,000th episode next year i want to do the show as long as
we can because i think it helps make america a better place. >> good of you to talk about it in person. thanks very much. and let's go over to al for a check of the weather. >> all right, matt. thank you so much. and not only are we talking about severe weather, we're talking about unseasonably cold weather. i mean this is very cool. we've got this upper level low that's been spinning around and the jet stream's down to the south. that allows the cold air to come in. we've got frost, freeze warnings, freeze watches stretching from iowa all the way to new england today. this is crazy stuff. look at these temperatures. highs today, caribou 44. syracuse 43. saturday more of the same. we start to see a little moderating on sunday. but again, temperatures anywhere from 5 to 10 degrees below average. so we're not looking for a warm-up until some time ea that's what's going on aroun good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley. bundle up this morning. a cold wind is blowing, but the wind that is chilly is going to
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we're back at 7:44 with one of the world's best known unsolved mysteries that the loch ness monster actually exists. for decades everybody has searched for that answer. now the hunt is getting some new high-tech help. keir simmons has the story for us. hey, keir, good >> reporter: good morning. you know that there in new york using google you can get on your smart devices like these and look at a london street like this. well now anyone at home can get on their computer or on their devices and look at a mysterious scottish lake and investigate the animal they call nessie the
loch ness monster. britain is a land of strange stories. legends tell of dragons here and of creatures lurking in the water. most mysterious of all in scotland the loch ness monster now google has mapped the lake. >> it's the sort of place that if there weren't any dragons -- >> reporter: using state of the art technology their cameras allow you to navigate through the water giving you a monster's eye view. in the past submarines and sonar have scanned 800 feet down. >> 30 to 50 feet long. snakelike neck bulky body. >> reporter: theories suggested the mons ser a prehistoric
reptile. or even a swimming elephant. >> hoax. this one, hoax. >> reporter: but what does a man who has hunted for nessie for years say? >> this is more like a giant eel than a prehistoric monster. >> reporter: he questioned whether google will help solve the mystery. you'd think that technology would mean that if it is there, there would be more sightings and more pictures. >> not necessarily. not if it's an animal that virtually never comes to the surface. >> reporte the answer simply and back now live. let's take another look at one of those google images that they have taken on that lake. in the middle of the lake there's something.
guys what's that? can you see that in the middle of the lake there? >> yes. >> reporter: what is that? a log? a bird? could that be the monser? >> it's nessie obviously. i'd know her anywhere. >> reporter: obviously. >> keir thank you so much. pretty cool. we can google that on our new apple watches. sorry to bring it up again. >> wow. >> oh. >> i didn't say that i want you to know. coming.e ing next the campout for royal baby 2.0 on his or her way. before earning enough cash back from bank of america to help pay for her kids' ice time. before earning 1% cash back everywhere, every time. and 2% back at the grocery store. even before she got 3% back on gas all with no hoops to jump through. katie used her bankamericard cash rewards credit card to stay warm and toasty during the heat of competition.
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alice. if it's a prince alexander is what we've got. overseas saying james. hold up your paddle. >> i'm going girl. >> me and al are going boy. >> we want a girl. >> what do you think the name will be? >> maybe like diana elizabeth or elizabeth diana. >> all right. we'll see. >> this is what kate said to me. you know she might change her mind. >> royal baby guess.com, too, if you want to weigh in. coming up on "trending" today, south dakota's new state slogan two people waiting at the desk for this. the apple watch. coming up bruce jenner's journey. will it change the way american's perceive transgender?
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"nbc 10 news" starts now. good morning. i'm chris cato. it's 7:56 on a windy friday morning. let's get your forecast with meteorologist bill henley. bill. >> 38 degrees. the clouds are now blowing out of the area. sunshine in the city. we'll see more and more sunshine, and that will lead to a warmup. right now 40 degrees in philadelphia but look at all the 30s around including south philadelphia northeast philadelphia at the airport, both at 39 degrees, and 37 in roxborough. more and more sunshine. the clouds blowing through the area. 48 by lunchtime. 53 by this afternoon. let's get a check on traffic and see if there are any delays with "nbc 10's" first alert traffic reporter jessica boyington. >> thanks, chris. happy friday. we're starting things off pretty typical. not a whole lot of incidents to
talk about just solid jams. 422 headed eastbound towards the king of prussia area. 20 minute trip from 29 up towards the schuylkill expressway. majors, 95 southbound the biggest one just under 40 minutes from woodhaven road to the vine street expressway. the search continues for the person who shot and killed a food delivery driver in philadelphia's crescentville neighborhood overnight. police say that driver was making a delivery on adams avenue when someone shot him several times inside his car. investigators believe robbery may have been the motive. a philadelphia police officer who was shot last night is expected to be okay. police say officer daniel kostick caught up with a drug suspect in west philadelphia. that suspect shot him in the arm. officer kostick shot him in the arm. officers arrested a second person overnight in connection with that case. i'm chris cato. we'll have another update in 25 minutes. now we go back to the "today" show.
can protect your pets without the shame of overpaying. petarmor plus. available at target. it's 8:00 on "today." coming up, jenner's journey. all eyes on the former olympian as he reportedly gets set to reveal his transition to life as a woman. how his story has sparked a national conversation on what it means to be transgender. then live from washington it's the white house correspondents dinner. >> open your eyes michael. measles, ebola, charter school. sometimes, i'm like. >> "snl" all star cecily strong will be spending this saturday night entertaining the president in one of the toughest rooms around. so what does she have planned? we'll ask her. and grab the coconuts.
al's exclusive reunion with the guys from "monty python" for the 40th anniversary of their classic movie "monty python and the holy grail." >> would you make the same movie today? >> no. people have already seen it. >> we'll celebrate the movie that changed comedy forever. today, friday, april 24th, 2015. ♪ >> here from louisiana and i >> happy 80th birthday to my fabulous dad in hickory, north carolina. >> celebrating my golden birthday in new york. >> ♪ >> good morning, texas! >> checking off the bucket list. >> hey mom and dad we're having
>> we're back now. 8:00 on a friday morning. it's the 24th day of april 2015. it is down right winterlike out here. it is cold. >> i blame al. >> we all blame al. >> sure. >> meanwhile, coming up monday on "today" an exclusive interview with kim kardashian west. she talks about her first year of marriage to kanye, mother hood and her new book of selfies. >> you're naked a lot in here. >> not too naked. >> naked a bunch in here. >> not too naked. >> pretty naked, actually. plus we'll have kim's first comments on bruce jenner and the attention it's getting. that's kim kardashian west on monday on "today." >> kind of naked. not that naked. >> there's a section of nakedness. >> all right. in the meantime let's go in to sheinelle who's in for natalie today. >> good morning. more than a dozen students are
recovering this morning after a frighteningg stage collapse in indiana. john yang has the latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, sheinelle. absolutely terrifying video. this came at the end of a show last night at westfield high school. the students all performers came out to the edge of the stage. they were singing and dancing when suddenly the stage gave way plunging everybody into the orchestra pit below. earlier this morning savannah spoke with one of the performers. >> it was honestly for the most part it was just terrifying. and at first it didn't seem real. and then once it kind of sunk in at that time it was go time. you know just doing everything we could to try and get everybody out of there, get any injuries treated. >> reporter: officials say that students were actually trapped under the platform that collapsed. they say the injuries are minor. they describe them as orthopedic
injuries. the state and fire marshal are investigating what went wrong. meanwhile, school is open and classes as normal as they can be this morning at that high school. counselors are on the scene. and any student who is want to stay home are allowed to. >> glad they're going to be okay. thank you. president obama has ordered a review of the drone strikes that inadvertently killed two hostages one italian, one american. high ranking u.s. officials said they do not know who was there on january 14th when it killed wienstein and lo porto. dr. mehmet oz says he is proud of the work done on his show. responding to recent criticism, he told matt earlier on "today" that his job is to help americans understand their health. >> there are going to be times where i'm going to discuss topics where we just don't have all the information yet.
other times we're going to be extraordinarily targeted b on health. the show has to much broader than what might take place in the doctor's office. i respect why so many of my colleagues might have difficulty with that. but i appreciate many of them do understand why it's important. >> some faculty members say they spend a significant amount of time debunking ozzisms. dr. oz told matt, quote, you're not going to please everyone. and a teenager in washington state was hoping for a date to the prom. it didn't turn out quite the way he'd hoped. wearing what was supposed to look like explosives he held a sign that said i'm kind of the bomb will you be my prom date? the date said yes but the principal was not amused and suspended him for five days and banned him from the prom. it is now five minutes after 8:00. time now for a check of the weather with al. >> thank you so much.
hey, we got a huge crowd. look at how many people all the way down here. wow. let's see what we've got going on as far as the weather is concerned. we shake it out for you. look at this. wichita, you are under the gun. you are under the risk for enhanced storms today. supercells likely hail damaging winds. 40 million people at risk from austin and kansas. tonight there is a risk overnight as well. we're worried about this. a dangerous area from des moines houston, out to new orleans, tuscaloosa. hail and flooding likely. then moving into saturday again this threat moves to the east. we're looking at an enhanced risk. 47 million people at risk. tornadoes really likely throughout that here's what's happening inner your neck of the woods. good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. bundle up this morning.
a cold wind is blowing but the wind that is chilly is going to be blowing the clouds out of here. we we'll see clearing skies and temperatures in the 50s this afternoon. after a cold start saturday a warmer afternoon. partly sfee lyly sunny in the afternoon, 63 degrees. 60s on sundayment monday there is chance of a shower later on during the afternoon. then a warm-up by wednesday afternoon. 71 degrees. have a great day. >> and that is your latest weather. >> all right. thank you very much. coming up next the one place in the united states where you can actually buy one of those in person. >> plus bruce jenner's opening up about his transition for the first time. is this going to be a water shed moment for the transgender community? >> and also coming up "monty python and the holy grail" is turning 40. al's assembling the cast. but first these me.
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i think ki draw you a heart hold on. let me see if i got it? >> did you get it? >> no i didn't. but i'm sending you my heart beat. >> i'm sending you something right now. >> is it time for "trending"? i better come in. bye, guys. >> by the way, we should mention and i mean this seriously, we paid for these watches. >> yes, we did. >> we paid for these watches. but it is interesting. we've been talking about it for awhile. you can take a phone call on it. you can check a text. you can check your e-mails. you can draw pictures and send them to others with apple watches. there's a fitne -- wait. i'm getting a phone call. hello? >> hi matt. it's savannah. hey. it's matt. where are you? >> i'm just coming into "trending." is it time for "trending," i don't want to be late. >> can you guys stop it? >> you're close enough you could just yell at me. >> you're the only two people in the world who have them.
>> want to talk to matt he's right here. >> hi matt. i want your watch. >> i'm sorry. you're breaking up carson. i can't hear you. you like them? >> it's neat. it's cool. >> what's the best part about it? >> i think the fitness stuff is really cool. you can go running with it. if you're not lazy like me and you run, it actually can get your heart rate so you can really see how much force you're exerting. >> you train for this bike thing. >> yeah. that's going to be interesting. hopefully we'll use that. shipments have started. right now there's only one place in the united states where you can walk into a store and buy the watch today. that's in los angeles at the maxfield store. hundreds of people already lined up there. some waiting 15 hours. >> curse you. >> all right. you may have heard there are thousands of people signed up to take a one-way trip to mars. you know about this? that's people who want to go there despite the lack of survivable conditions. now on a tourism pitch, one
state says it can do you one better. >> mars. the air, not breathable. the surface, cold and barren. but thousands are lining up for a chance to go. and never come back. south dakota. progressive, productive and abundant in oxygen. why die on mars? when you can live in south dakota. south dakota. >> i think it's brilliant. >> love it. >> it's fantastic. releasing the tongue in cheek ad. >> i love it. abundant oxygen. >> by the time they see that spot on mars they'll be millions of years old. >> it's friday. you know what that means. that means fish bowl. we're doing something different. all of the questions are would you rather questions. everybody ready? start with you, al on the end. start the clock. go. >> would you rather eat five sticks of butter or five spoons
of hot pepper? i'd go with hot pepper. >> me too. >> carson? >> would you rather have your flight delayed by eight hours or lose your luggage? lose my luggage. >> would you rather have x-ray vision or the ability to read people's minds? i want to read your mind. >> would you rather always have to say everything on your mind or never speak again? oh my god. i'd have to say everything i guess. >> would you rather live in a world without coffee or world without alcohol? is this a trick question? no coffee. >> would you rather be really hairy or completely bald? completely bald. >> everywhere? >> like everywhere? >> yes, everywhere. >> bald. >> go. >> okay. would you rather be forever tickled or forever have the feeling that you're about to sneeze. i would go tickled. >> would you rather be in
antarctica or wear a snow suit in the desert? i'm wearing the snow suit. >> would you rather go forward or back ward in time? >> that's a good one. >> i guess backwards so i get to have more life. >> selfish. what an answer is that? >> i'm saying then i -- >> but then you'd lose vale. >> no. i'd get to relive it. >> we're out of time ladies and gentlemen. >> you go forward in time get the next apple product in front of everybody else. >> last one. would you rather eat wrangler's food or sleep in wrangler's crate? as a guy who spends time in the dog house already, probably go with his food. that's "what's trending" today. meantime we have talked a lot this week had some really remarkable stories about the transgender movement. tonight bruce jenner is expected to join this conversation in a i highly publicized interview. kate snow is here again with a look at how people are already
responding. >> reporter: good morning. in a broadcast interview to air tonight, bruce jenner will speak out on what he's calling his personal journey. it's the latest step on a path that has seen him go from olympic athlete to reality tv star and now possibly the most famous face in the transgender community. >> my whole life has been getting me ready for this. >> reporter: bruce jenner is expected to talk publicly for the first time tonight about his decision to transition to life as a woman. a decision he's reportedly already shared with loved ones. >> topic number one, step dad bruce jenner and all those rumors he's in the process of becoming a woman. >> reporter: in recent months, family members have artfully answered questions about jenner's decision. >> i think he'll share whenever the time is right. >> reporter: jenner's possible future as a transgender celebrity is made the more intriguing because of his past as a world famous athlete. >> bruce jebber has won the olympic decathlon and set a new
world record. >>or after he won the gold medal, jenner became a national hero. >> i worked out a lot, ate a lot of wheaties. >> reporter: appears in movies and tv shows in the '80s. then marrying kris kardashian in 1991 creating a braydy bunch. since 2007 new generations of fans have known jenner as kim kardashian step dad. until now. paparazzi photographers following jenner's every move since his appearance started to change. >> i think all the eyes on bruce jenner absolutely have to be tough for him. i think that's why he wants to speak out. >> reporter: his expected transition comes at a time when the transgender community is more visible than ever before. from a "time" magazine cover to jeffrey tambore's role in "transpare chaz bono and alexis arquette
whose sister patricia talked about jenner using female pronouns. >> i give all my support to her and love and appreciate everything she's given to america and her bravery. >> reporter: girls creator and actress lena dunham tweeted dear stranger if you're making unkind bruce jenner jokes you have me to answer to. i seriously feel protective this week. but not all of the coverage has been as supportive with celebrity magazines and tv shows tracking jenner's physical changes on a weekly basis. >> it's the mystery of bruce jenner's face. >> this is bullying. stop. stop. bruce jenner is a human being. >> reporter: that's the kind of treatment that one transgender advocate hopes will change with jenner's story. >> having someone in the media very publicly openly transgender could have a huge impact on how the country and the world views transgender issues. >> reporter: malloy points out
that jenner's story has the potential to reach so many americans because older fans remember him from the olympics. younger fans know him from "keeping up with the kardashians." he spans a lot of generations. maybe that will cause people to pay more attention. >> can i just say, taking bruce jenner out of it your stories this week on these young people with this experience are fantasti got so much positive feedback. >> thank you. >> kate thank you. by the way, we should mention kim kardashian will be on the show monday. we'll have that interview exclusively monday morning. coming up next do you have matcha madness? the next
all right. for years you heard about the benefits of drinking green tea. some say it's purest form known as matcha might be the superfood of all superfoods. sheinelle, you've got more on that? >> reporter: yes. everything old is new again. and using matcha to make tea is just t. welcome to the matcha movement. if you haven't heard about it, you soon will. and if you're in the know chances are you're already hooked. >> i like my matcha iced. >> i like it with a little bit of whole milk in it. >> i hook it ip with the tiniest bit of agave or sugar. >> reporter: so what is matcha? >> matcha is a premium ground green tea powder from japan. >> you can think of it as an espresso of green tea. with matcha you're ingesting the full leaf and having all of the health benefits.
>> reporter: claiming it carrying more antioxidants fans say matcha gives a focused energy without the jitter associated with coffee. each serving, 34 milligrams of ka fee. about half an espresso. matcha which means powdered tea has been used for centuries in japanese gatheri thought to be the purist form of tea, top grade matcha can sell for more than $2,000 a pound. but according to research by foursquare in the last two years the mainstream popular has risen more than 250%. part of a $10 billion tea industry here in the u.s. the country's top hot spot for matcha? san francisco. >> the bay area consumes were matcha than anywhere else in the world second to japan. we sell about 30,000 cups of matcha is year here. >> reporter: it's not just lattes. doughnuts, candy now all bearing that signature green.
it's reminding me of kale. but now i'm trying it different ways. is that just what this is? >> people are taking time to learn and be educated on what they're putting into their party. whether it's kale or pollen or matcha these superfoods are making people feel good. so people are trying to figure out ways to incorporate it into their lifestyle. >> reporter: a modern approach to an ancient tradition. matcha has practically no calories can stabilize blood sugar levels and could slow the aging process. so are you ready to give ate try? >> how much do you have to consume to get these benefits? >> it's like green tea. you do a cup -- can i just really quickly, it's bitter. so if you don't like green tea, you won't like it. >> are they going to come up with a matcha frappuccino? >> they have everything now. >> oh my god.
>> it's bitter. >> people love it. >> oh! >> you all think it's bitter. >> why don't you hand me a handful of grass to eat. >> it starts bad and gets worse. >> yours might be more potent. let me say this. it has powder. so you cannot put in as much. if you want to try it we have the recipes on today.com. >> you might want to have a candy bar. >> exactly. >> you put half and half and sugar in it? >> the rest of the country likes it. >> let's go over to carson. >> try it. >> you're not going to like it. >> i want to spit on the camera. it's good. tastes like tea. >> it doesn't. >> coming up in celebration of orlando parks. we're teaming up with universal to launch the ultimate throwback photo challenge. we want to see flashback photos from your family on vacation. the good pictures the bad pictures and the awkward ones. the 25 families with the
whackiest images will have a chance to win a trip for four to universal orlando resort. five of >> announcer: nbc 10 many news starts now. >> good morning. uh i'm chris cato. it's 8:26. we are looking for a warm-up on this friday. let's get your first alert forecast with meteorologist bill henley. any hope? >> uh you will see a warm up. we'll be many the 50s this afternoon. look at the flags in center city. winds gusting to hr than 30 miles an hour. 41 one degree warmer than it was last hour in philadelphia. up to 40 in northeast philadelphia. still 30s around including red soxb you can see the clouds will thin out. 54 degrees at 4:00 this afternoon. >> let's see how the morning
rush is shaping up. first alert traffic reporter jessica boyington. >> good morning. happy friday. we are start thing off relatively easiment the speeds are definitely lower than normal. right around montgomery drive on the schuylkill expressway. 19 minutes if you are headed westbound into the vine street expressway. we see an accident on bethlehem pike. as we look at the trooif times, heavy on 95 southbound. 36-minute trip there. >> the new video from overnight shows a septa bus on fire in south philadelphia. one of oh our colleagues at comcast sports net shot this video fear the wells fargo center. the driver and passengers mad it off safely. to injuries. no word on how the fire started. uh i'm chris cato. we are back with another update in 25 minutes. you can get the latest news and weather through the nbc 10 app. have a great morning.
♪ 8:30 now on this friday mo 24th of april 2015. we are about to round out our best of broadway week with a live performance from "something rotten." and there's the cast right there on stage getting ready. nice to have you along on a friday morning. >> got another big performance out here on monday from global superstar romeo santos. all his videos are hugely
popular on youtube. something like 300 million hits. his concerts sell out. the world's biggest stadiums including yankees stadium twice. he'll be here monday to kick off our special viva "today" week. also ahead this morning, a rare reunion of monty python. that's right. 40 years after the holy grail. >> are you going to be okay? >> i'm still verclemt. and nerd prom is tomorrow. white house correspondents dinner. we'll talk to the host cecily strong about what she has planned. but first the 21st parkinson's unity walk takes place in new york city tomorrow. it is the largest grassroots for parkinson's research. muhammad ali's daughter is here.
a group of walkers here. your dad the great muhammad ali was diagnosed over 30 years ago. so this has impacted your family. how does this walk help other families like yours? >> you know what this walk there's a lot of information there. in addition to raising money for research there's a plethora of information for everything on parkinson's. it's a unity. there's a lot of support out there. occupational therapists neurologists out there answering questions. it's a great event. >> how's your dad doing? >> he's doing well. he had a couple of infections a few months ago and he's stronger now. he's on the bike working out. hope to see him back at the end of the month. >> this is not just about raising money. it's about building the community of support. >> we have good news about parkinson's. we have a lot of therapies for parkinson's disease. you need to be with the right doctor to give you the cocktail of medicine to get a good quality of life.
and that's a movement disorder specialist. we've got doctors out there answering questions tomorrow. and you're going to be with about 11,000 other people. so very motivating and you're not alone. you've got a lot of support. >> it's a great gathering. >> for people watching right now, how can people get involved? >> you can go to www www.unitywalk.or it's saturday the 25th. >> you can just come out. if you're just seeing this now, just come on out. registration opens at . >> all right. good stuff. thank you very much. great seeing you. >> thank you for having us. >> now, al, a check of the >> t good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. bundle up this morning. a cold wind is blowing but the wind that is chilly is going to be blowing the clouds out of here. we'll see clearing skies and temperatures in the 50s this afternoon. after a cold start saturday, a
warmer afternoon. partly sunny in the afternoon, 63 degrees. 60s on sunday. monday there is chance of a shower later on during the afternoon monday. then a warm-up by wednesday afternoon. 71 degrees. have a great day. >> and that's your latest weather. >> thanks very much. now time for your big reunion with the living members of the iconic comedy team monty python. >> it's been 40 years since the holy grail was released. in many ways it changed the landscape forever. i was magically transported back to the forest where it all took place to live the glory with the monty python group. on american soil reunited for the first time in decades, ladies and gentlemen, in new york for the tribeca film festival celebrating the 40th anniversary of "monty python and the holy grail." here we are. the surviving cast members.
>> hello. >> hi. >> does it feel like it's been 40 years? >> yeah. absolutely. >> exactly 40. >> exactly 40. >> what makes you think she's a witch? >> she turned me into a newt. >> it's going to get easier. >> i have no doubt. got a snort out of you. when you were making this movie back in 1975 did you have any idea it was going to be this enduring classic? >> yes. >> e y. >> you did? you knew that? what was the discussion like? >> oh no no we didn't. >> no we didn't. >> we didn't. >> hands up for no. >> i thought it was going to be a legendary film and would last forever.
>> why didn't you say so? >> keeping a secret man. negotiated by money. i have a longer contract than yours. >> here in america you're on pbs stations. you were kind of a cult as it were. was it a hard sell to get this movie made? >> yeah. >> yeah. >> it was. >> do you know how much it costs? >> how much did the movie cost? >> it cost $400,000. >> if you do not agree to my commands, then i sha- >> the producer rang me up and said we don't have a big budget. would you mind very much sharing your hotel room? i said what the [ bleep ] are you talking about. i'm a film star. imagine that. you go off to make a movie and there's sylvester stallone in the bed. >> whose idea was the whole
coconut bit? >> terry and i wanted to use real horses. >> 40 years later, do people run up to you on the street and still ask you for your favorite bits? >> yeah, they do. >> they were the most extraordinary things. >> knee knee knee knee. >> would you make the same film today? >> no. >> no. >> i mean, people have already se >> you're quick. you ought . >> you've got no arms left. >> yes, i have. just a flesh wound. >> stop that. >> probably going to be a whole new audience who comes to see this. >> yes. >> what do you hope they come away with? >> laughter. >> laughter. >> wonderful when
>> it's. an honor sitting here talking to you and a lot of fun. >> when you lie on your death bed you will remember this moment and think that is when my life had a flicker of meaning. >> the meaning of li interesting thing is they did a reunion concert a couple of years ago. they are talking about maybe doing another one here in america. >> please. >> i know. we've got to get michael to agree to it. >> by the way, he's not far off nap had to be one of your highlights. . in 1975 when that came out, i watched that movie three times in college. i mean just the first day it came out. >> great. up next "snl" star cecily strong opens up to savannah about the honor and terror of hosting this weekend's white house correspondents dinner. but first this is "t
well we love cecily strong. in just three seasons on "snl," she has made quite an impression. she's best known for playing the girl you wish you hadn't started a conversation with at a party. >> wake . we're living in a society with walmart, happy meals, winter olympics. there are babies in china who don't even know they're adults. and it's like every five minutes another specie >> another species what? >> exactly. >> cecily strong is taking her act to washington, d.c. she has just been chosen to host this year's white house correspondents dinner aka nerd prom. good morning. >> good morning. >> congratulations. this is a good gig. >> it's a very good gig. >> and maybe like a teeny tiny
bit scary. >> yeah. i've been terrified for -- i was excited at first. then i went right to being terrified. but it had been made public so i couldn't back out. >> it's like the stages of grief. >> yeah. i'm going through the stages. but i'm going back to being excited again. >> is there any real low hanging fruit in terms of targets for jokes? i mean this is a dinner where it's politicians who get skewered and there's media. anyone who's, like on your target list? >> you know no specific person yet. i think there's a lot going on that's easy to make fun of right now. >> does it have you changing for research are you now reading the economist and stuff like that looking for the material? >> yeah i'm always reading the economist. ask anyone. no i think -- i'm working with a lot of the weekend update people too. so there's a great researcher there who pulls a lot of stories. so we're all -- everybody will be up to the last minute writing jokes. >> how did this gig come about? >> so i got a call -- it was
like a voice mail message from this dad in september and he said i got a call about the washington, d.c. dinner. and they want you to go. but the way he worded it i thought he said he'd been invited. and i was like are you going to do a panel there? okay dad. >> i should mention your dad is in journalism. >> yeah. and then slowly it -- he said i was invited and so it came through him. then it took us about three days or four days to verify that it was a real invitation. >> it's kind of random that the invitation came through your dad. >> truly random. >> and not nbc or "snl." >> that's such a dad mistake too. you know? >> you've been invited to address the president. right dad, sure. >> okay, dad. i'll see you there. >> but it is kind of a notoriously tough room because you have all these per snickty reporters. >> that's all i've heard. coming from second city and
doing a lot of improv, i've had some bad rooms. so that can't really shake me. >> well then you're in good shape. you're well prepared. cecily thank you so much. congratulations on the big gig. >> thank you. >> and matt over to you. >> all right. thanks very much. up next we're revealing beauty secrets from around the world that can now be used here in the u.s. for example, linda has this amazing new moisturizer. let's try it out. >> oh. ooh, it burns! >> soft as a baby's behind. but first this is "t
all right. we're back with beauty breakthroughs from around the world. linda wells is from allure magazine. we're going to take a journey around the globe. these are now coming to the u.s. >> exactly. everything used to come from paris. and now it's from all over the place. this is from south korea.
and it's made of snails. it's actually so disgusting i'm sorry to tell you this. but snail secretions have a very high amount of hyaluronic acid. that's an ingredient that sucks moisture into the skin. the south koreans were pros in skin care. they have a face mask a product that you put on when you sleep. and then another moisturizer. and they all have this ingredient. >> what does snail smell like? >> should you call it escargot would that be better? >> it smells fine. >> we don't know what snails smell like. >> okay. next we have? >> brazil. brazil brought us gisele and also brought us muramura butter. it comes from a palm tree and it's high in fatty acids and it's fused in hair products to get rid of frizz and make it shiny and moist. and lip balms.
>> this is one i've seen in stores. >> it has cocoa and also the muramura company. this is bare essentials lip gloss. >> it's about soothing and moisture. >> exactly. beautiful. >> all right. here we have? >> paris. paris is good for a lot of things still. this is a cleansing water. and the first time i saw this when i was backstage at paris fashion shows and i thought good old french people putting water in a bottle and selling it to us. i thought it was a scam. but it turns out there are things in there that suck the dirt and oil out of the skin without taking the moisture. >> really? >> and so it's great for cleaning your skin and wash your face. >> you put it on a cotton ball so you don't even need a sink. it's for camping. >> let me go camping with my glamour water. >> you get it at different price points. >> okay.
last but not least. >> ireland. so beauty capital of the universe ireland? it's actually they use more self-tanner per capita than any other country in the world. >> i would not have guessed that. >> the come up with good self-tanners. this has time released dha which means the tan comes a bit slower and lasts longer. then this one is a mousse with caramel color in it. >> i'll take one of everything except the snails. coming up next a performance from "something rotten" but first this is "today.
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>> announcer: the toyota concert series on "today" br >> all right. we've reached the end of our broadway week and we're going out in style. one of the hottest tickets in town right now, the new musical comedy "something rotten." it's the story of nick and nigel bottom as they try to climb out from under the shadow of a guy named william shakespeare. somehow the team ends up creating the world's very first musical. brian darcy james and john cariani are the bottom brothers. guys good morning. >> good morning. >> i don't remember shakespeare as a leather clad rock star. did i miss something? >> yes, an exciting new take.
i've done absolutely no research. >> but you look fabulous. what are you going to perform for us this morning? >> we're doing a medley from "something rotten" of a song i sing called "god i hate shakespeare" and "will power" by the man himself. >> ladies and gentlemen, the cast of "something r" ♪ god i hate shakespeare ♪ ♪ that's right i said it ♪ ♪ i do ♪ ♪ i hate shakespeare ♪ ♪ i just don't get it how a mediocre actor from a measly little town is the brightest jewel in the crown ♪ ♪ how can you say that because it's absolutely true ♪ ♪ genius if he's fooling all of you ♪ ♪ he's brilliant ♪ ♪ what majesty flows from his pen ♪ ♪ his poetry soars like a violin ♪ ♪ god's own inspiration like
lightning doth strike him and he captures my soul ♪ ♪ jeez you sound just like him ♪ really thanks ♪ ♪ and that's another thing i hate shake ♪ ♪ all the twits who talk about shakespeare ♪ ♪ and how they talk about his great accomplishments ♪ ♪ once they start their crushing and there's no stopping and it's blah blah blah shakespeare ♪ ♪ and ta-da shakespeare ♪ ♪ will is such a genius and your writing is divine ♪ ♪ such a clever line ♪ ♪ and i'm all uh ♪ ♪ and i'm sick of it ♪ ♪ oh i hate shakespeare ♪ ♪ i think by now we know you hate she -- shakespeare ♪ ♪ the way he wears the silly collar around his throat ♪ ♪ make a shorter list and i will give it to you straight ♪ ♪ every little thing about
shakespeare is what i ha >> ladies and gentlemen, the man who put the i am in. please put your hands together for the one, the only william shakespeare! >> is it good to see me or what? ♪ yeah and they say right away here ♪ ♪ i ignore theed a ration ♪ ♪ it's kind of you to say what shall we call it ♪ ♪ will of power ♪ ♪ i am the will of the people ♪ ♪ let me hear you say now ♪ ♪ now ♪ ♪ very nice ♪ ♪ let me hear you say now is love ♪ ♪ let me hear you do it with me ♪
♪ now is the winter ♪ ♪ a glorious time ♪ ♪ let me hear you say glorious ♪ ♪ glorious ♪ ♪ now let me hear you say glorious ♪ ♪ it's will power ♪ ♪ i am the will with the thrill ♪ ♪ will power ♪ ♪ where there's a will there's a way ♪ ♪ will power ♪ ♪ will power ♪ ♪ will power ♪ >> good night! ♪ >> our thanks to the cast of "something rotten." you can catch it at the st. james theater.
we're back after these messages and your l ♪ >> announcer: nbc 10 news starts now. >> good morning. i'm chris cato. it's 8:56 on a friday that feels like a winter friday. meteorologist bill henley has your first alert forecast. >> as bad as the temperatures are cold the wind is so strong. wind gusts of more than 30 miles an hour. clouds are blowing through the area. breaks of sunshine. this is a live view from from tr
beach avenue. the marquise delafayette hotel. temperatures are being held back by the winds now gusting to 33 miles an hour in wilmington. y gusty this the pocono mountains. 32 now in philadelphia. >> breaking thus now. it's official comcast is walking away from the $45 billion bid for time warner. competitors, consumer groups and politicians said it would lead to fewerer choices and higher prices. the company would have put nearly 30% of tv and more than half of broad band subscribers under one wu roof. comcast is the parent company of nbc 10. we have an update on the condition of the police officer who was shot last night in west philadelphia. >> he's doing well with. obviously a gunshot wound is nothing to play with. he's doing pretty good. last night he was in good
spirits which is a great thing. hopefully he'll be released in the next couple of days. >> the officer confronted a drug us suspect who shot him in the arm. the officer returned fire on the suspect who is in critical condition in the hospital. he's a 35-year-old with a long criminal record. i'm chris cato i'm chris cato. we are back in 25 minutes with another update. now back to the "today" show. have a great friday.
this morning on "today's take" we are pumped buzz ellie kemper is here as our co-host. and shocker. the "grey's anatomy" plot twist that has fans fuming. all that and more coming up now. >> announcer: from nbc news this is "today's take" with al roker, natalie morales willie geist, and tamron hall. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> welcome to "today." it's friday morning, april 24th 2015. we've got a great sized crowd outside but the real story is inside studio 1a. natalie is on assignment, tamron
has the day off. look who joined us. ellie kemper, ladies and gentlemen. >> yeah! >> yes. give it up. >> you remember her from "the office," "bridesmaids." probably the best theme song on television today. >> thank you. i agree. how catchy is it? >> it's the greatest. ♪ ♪ >> boy, that's passion. >> wow. by the way, we're going to play a game based off this song a little bit later. >> is that true? that's awesome. >> yeah. >> i thought it was just going to be me lip-synching for a segment. >> we could do that. >> okay. so last time we had you here "unbreakable kimmy" was just rolling out on netflix. we had confidence it was going to be a hit because you were in
it jane in it. this i think has exploded in a way that i think maybe even you didn't expect. >> well, that's kind of you. i am thrilled to hear and see that a lot of people are watching it. i think a lot of people are enjoying it. i think it's being on netflix and people are able to binge watch it is helping a lot. you know, it's a really bright show. it's lifting. so i'm happy people are responding well. >> i think that's what it is. i think the fact that there's something that could have ruined most people's lives. your character has just this sunshine. >> absolutely. and a resilience and tenacity i find inspiring just playing this character. so it's good. i'm glad the theme is resonating. >> if you haven't seen it check it out on netflix. >> it was interesting because you were on our show years ago when "the office" was on and you first started. but you had auditioned for "parks and rec". >> i did. know the story willie. >> know the story. >> do your homework, geist.
>> tell your grandchildren the story of ellie auditioning and not getting a part. that's how i first met those guys. but i auditioned, i wasn't really aware it was for "parks and rec." i went in and read a scene with them and i was called a few weeks later and said i didn't get the part. i said i didn't know i was auditioning for a part. >> reading lines with strange people. >> just walk around reading to people. >> i don't know. it was an acting exercise? i don't know. >> speaking of acting exercises is it true you took an improv class and your teacher was jon hamm? >> that is 100% true. he went to our high school and then he came back after college and he taught there for a year. isn't that just one of those -- >> that's amazing. >> -- thank you life moments. and here i am. >> comes full circle. a couple other things people may not know about you, they know
about "the office" "bridesmaids." graduated from princeton with a degree in english and then went to oxford? smarty pants. >> i am so fluent in english. you could not imagine. >> did you develop an english accent? >> oh. okay. >> i don't think that's how it works. >> no. i only wish it did work that way. i should not say this but i'm terrible at accents. >> really? >> yes. i am. >> let's hear your british accent. >> good morning america and welcome to the "today" show. >> first of all, don't use that -- >> forget it. good morning, usa. >> oliver twist you'll be fantastic fantastic. >> did you have trouble sleeping last night. >> i was so nervous for this. >> really? >> yes. you are very intimidating. it was one of those nights where i was awake every hour on the hour. bad news. >> we thought we heard this so
we want to help you. >> thank you. >> we want to give you some tips. britain's daily mail which is of course our bible here for our producers. our producers if it's in the daily mail, boom. done. all right. they have a list of 20 surprising ways to get a better night's sleep. our favorites, sleep naked. okay. clothing heats you up too much. >> well, that's true. >> i guess i could see that. >> turn the clock around. because you don't want to embarrass the clock because you're naked. no. >> look away. >> you're less likely to count how many hours of sleep you have left. >> that's totally true. when you agonize. >> eat a banana. it contains melatonin. >> it does? >> it's in the daily mail! >> it must be true. >> for the love of gosh. and then another one i do. spray some lavender on your pillow. >> al roker sprays lavender? >> yes, i do. >> this is my favorite fun fact.
>> it slows your heart rate down. i have a little mister. >> and you spray it on your pillow. >> actually, i make lavender salts for the bath. i put in just a little eucalyptus. just a touch. i take a soak and then before bed i spray a little lavender. >> is all of this true? >> it is all true. >> i treasure this. this is wonderful. >> then the last one, write down your worries. they help alleviate pressure and anxiety. >> write your worries? no. i'm just going to do the lavender. >> i think that sounds great. >> because it's in the daily mail. >> it's true. >> ellie, did you hear about the mcdreamy thing last night? >> i did. so there was a "grey's anatomy" big shocker last night. mcshocker. they killed off dr. mcdreamy. >> what? >> dempsey is alive.
his character is dead. >> that's good. >> that's insane. >> was he unhappy? why'd they kill him off? >> he got back in his car and we have a clip of what went down. it's not ideal. >> oh my gosh. ♪ [ phone ringing ] >> whoa! wow! i didn't see that coming! >> why did you do that? >> wake up this morning. >> wow. >> nobody saw that coming. fans are up in arms i think. >> i bet his agent's up in arms. >> exactly.
but he was signed on to do another season i believe. >> could he come back in flashbacks? or ghost. >> he's been on the air for like 42 years. he's been on every one of those years. >> you wouldn't see that coming. but he's gone, guys. >> do you have other favorite tv surprise moments? >> you know, this isn't a surprise, but i was on "the office" and when steve carell left, that was very sad to me. it was very upsetting. it's sad because you feel like you start to know -- oh look. there we are. that's very sad. but you feel like you start to know characters. so when they leave -- >> you guys had such a great relationship. >> i liked that father/daughter sort of taking care of you kind of dynamic. >> what was yours? >> i think i had the "sopranos" finale. a bit of a cliche but it went to black. >> did you like it? >> i did like it. how about you? >> i was not crazy, but
"seinfeld." the finale, i -- it just left me a little -- i don't know if there's any way they could have ended it that i would have been satisfied. >> nobody wanted it to end. >> that was the point. >> that's the problem. all right. okay. >> we have a game called name that tune. to help us play ladies and gentlemen bring in jane krakowski. >> great entrance. >> how are you? >> hello. please have a seat. >> yea. i was just crying with the mcshocker. it really got me. >> are those real tears. >> i've never watched "grey's anatomy," but i was really sad about it. >> you're a great actor. >> we're playing the game name that tv tune. let's hear the "unbreakable kimmy" theme. ♪
>> jeff richmond amazing. >> okay. we're going to play a game. we're going to see if you can recognize it. okay. number one. >> gilligan's island. >> very good. number two. >> saved by the bell. >> excellent. >> i did know that one. >> all right. these guys are good. number three. ellie get in the game. >> go. >> wait, i didn't hear it. >> fresh prince. >> yes. this may be tricky. number four. >> the addams family. >> very good. >> and you're right. i'm not old enough. no way. >> reruns. >> i googled it. >> number five. >> golden girls.
>> all right. >> okay. here's the last one. here we go. number six. >> twin peaks? >> no. play it again. >> knot's landing? >> kimmy? i like i keep saying kimmy. >> i know. i'm in character. >> i know. it's the theme song to the end of my career. >> where everybody knows. >> no it's not cheers. the three most unknown notes of that song. ♪ you want to know where people all know your name ♪ ♪ you want to go where everybody knows your name ♪ >> well, we know the name of the city that's going to be under the gun today. dallas. showers, thunderstorms, tornadoes possible. we are watching this system develop so we have got the risk of severe weather today. we've also got an enhanced risk
from dallas to austin, also much of kansas. 34 people people at risk. tonight we continue, the risk of strong storms from austin, brownsville, all the way up into des moines. tuscaloosa and nashville. and the risk continues tomorrow. look at this. we've got from little rock, nashville, chattanooga, atlanta. 47 million people at risk for severe weather. we will be tracking it. make sure you check the weather channel on cable weather.com that's what's going on ar good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. bundle up this morning. a cold wind is blowing but the wind that is chilly is going to be blowing the clouds out of here. we'll see clearing skies and temperatures in the 50s this afternoon. after a cold start saturday, a warmer afternoon. partly sunny in the afternoon, 63 degrees. 60s on sunday. monday there is chance of a shower later on during the afternoon. then a warm-up by wednesday afternoon. 71 degrees. have a great day.
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and then on "30 rock." >> so now on the new netflix comedy, jane plays jacqueline voor vorhies. >> i know you're going through a tough time and it's making me want to stress eat. so if you could do it for me while i watch, that would be so thank you. >> oh. >> excellent. eat your shame. now cry. take another bite suck your thumb, and cry. >> jane krakowski, it's so good to see you. >> welcome. >> we're going to be repeating that. >> my golly. what is it like playing this character opposite of somebody
who is so upbeat -- >> happy and sunshine? it's delicious. she's the happiest girl and like the sweetest ray of sunshine every day to work with. i love working with her. >> not true jane. anyway. >> we clicked really well immediately. >> yes. >> it was a lucky chemistry blessing that we get to work together. and people streamed our show and it got such nice notices. it's been an amazing experience. a new experience for us to be streamed on netflix. >> yes. >> doesn't sound right when you say it like that. >> someone's streaming me right now. >> there must be a darkness here though, for all the effervescence and beauty here. where's the dark in her soul? >> in real life. oh. >> jane tell the secrets. >> you know what's really funny? when our show premiered and everyone was sort of like texting each other and writing each other saying people are responding well. ellie is this new -- not new
because she's been on a hit show and one of the biggest female box office hits of all time "bridesmaids," but she was a sensation sensation. i said how are you doing this is amazing, this reaction. she goes, jane, i'm in the criminal justice center in los angeles serving jury duty. >> i was. >> i thought this is -- stars are people too you guys. >> and then i made the dorkiest joke ever. i go i'm the urban juror. >> which you have to be a loyal fact of "30 rock" to know that joke. >> how well do you know each other? >> two truths and a lie. >> all right. let me start off. these are statements about jane that i'm going to read to you, ellie. >> and i decide -- >> you decide which one is a lie. okay. at the age of 13 jane was the police lookout while her father did magic on the streets of new york city. and then jane would collect the money in a hat.
that's one. >> oh, that's adorable. >> number two. jane has never eaten a big mac. number three. after making her broadway debut in "star light express," jane joined a competitive roller derby team. which of those is not true? >> those are hard. those are good ones. the one that is -- okay. the one that is not true -- you know what? jane, you're very healthy, but you like to enjoy life. so i bet, i could see that you have eaten a big mac. so i think you have not eaten a big mac, i think that's the lie. >> i have never eaten a big mac. but mostly just because the town we grew up in only had a burger king. so i have eaten a whopper. >> so what was the lie? >> the lie is that i joined a
competitive roller derby team. but i was the police lookout for my father doing magic on the street. and collected cash in a hat. >> you need to write a story about that. adorable. >> now questions for ellie. when she started she did commercials including a kmart spot. ellie once swam the hudson river. she wet her pants after sitting on a lap on kimmy's. >> the third one was true, because, well. i'm going to say the lie is the k mart commercial with a tarantula. >> and here's the commercial. >> oh, my goodness. >> oh my gosh. >> wow. the acting. oh the acting. >> and here we have one. >> my gosh you guys. is that alive? >> it's alive.
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comcast is walking away from the $45 billion bid for time warner cable. competitors, con up sense of humorer groups andle politicians criticized the proposed merger saying it would lead to higher prices and fewer choices. comcast is the parent company of nbc 10. meantime the search continues for the person who murderer ed a food delivery driver in philadelphia's crescentville neighborhood overnight police say the driver made a delivery on adams avenue when someone shot him several times inside his car. investigators believe robbery hafb the motive. new video from overnight showing a septa bus on fire in south philadelphia. one of our colleagues at comcast sports net hot this video near the wells fargo center. drivers and passengers all made it off safely. no word on how the fire started. i i'm chris cato. we'll have another update if in 25 minutes. remember, you can always get the latest news and weather through the nbc 10 app. for now, back to the "today" show. is have a great friday.
taking a look at some of your headlines this morning. more than a dozen people were injured thursday night when the stage at an indiana high school collapsed into the orchestra pit below. the accident was caught on camera by several people in the audience. the school's human resources said classes will go on as scheduled today. there's another listeria scare leading to a big ice cream recall. the recall involves jenny's splendid ice creams after contamination was found in one random sample. the company has also closed down all ice cream shops for the time being. a new study finds more than half of all foods advertised to children do not meet government guidelines for nutrition. researchers at university of illinois chicago looked at more than 400 foods commonly
advertised to kids. of those 23% of them exceeded the limit for saturated fat and 32% surpassed the limit for sugar. drexel university in philadelphia is apologizing for toying with the emotions of some young college applicants. here's what happened. they sent e-mails to hundreds of applicants who had been previously denied admission congratulating them on getting in but it was all a mistake. the follow-up e-mails were intended only for students who had been admitted. now let's bring al into the picture here. let's look at the weather man. >> maybe try here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. bundle up this morning. a cold wind is blowing but the wind that is chilly is going to be blowing the clouds out of here. we'll see clearing skies and temperatures in the 50s this afternoon. after a cold start saturday, a warmer afternoon. partly sunny in the afternoon, 63 degrees. 60s on sunday.
monday there is chance of a shower later on during the afternoon. then a warm-up by wednesday afternoon. 71 degrees. have a great day. >> and that's your latest weather. well, if you haven't seen furious 7, race to the theaters. 8 is coming up. >> plus a sneak peek at "pitch perfect 2." >> always good to see you. >> good to see you. >> let's start with the star power. vin diesel announced yesterday the next chapter already even in e the midst of right now "fast and furious 7." we're looking at number eight. >> that's right. "furious 7" crossed the billion-dollar mark worldwide last week. there's no surprise there's going to be a sequel. vin diesel said it will come in 2017. he got emotional when he
announced it. except more car rides and car crashes. >> another classic i think people are excited about, the live action disney's "beauty and the beast". >> are you excited? >> i am. i love the musical. ♪ be our guest ♪ >> recap. i think we figured who should be cast. >> supposedly ewen mcgregor will be lumiere. >> that's right. we know that of course emma watson and van stevens are on board to play beauty and the beast. >> i guess josh gad instagramed a shot of him and some of the cast. let's check out the photo of the week. first some folks have a hard time guessing which actor this is. not really. we know who that one is. no this one. >> kind of gave that away. >> johnny depp doing a little
whitey bulger. >> that's right. he transformed himself to play whitey bulger the boston crime boss. it will be out this september. we have the exclusive and talked o the director and said it was amazing to watch johnny change himself for this role. >> a lot of people recognized him on set as whitey bulger. i was like why did so many people know whitey bulger and admit to it? >> the trailer for that movie is just eerie. you're already scared based on the trailer. >> i'm looking forward to it. >> and is this the latest installment of "pirates"? >> yes. it's on its way. it was halted in march when johnny had a hand injury. but jerry bruckheimer just tweeted this photo. looks like we are ready to go for the next "pirates" to come out next year. >> our tweet of the week. we have to thank ironman for this one. tell us about this story. >> this is a sweet story.
aidan ellis' mom tweeted a photo of her son who had an injury on his cheek to robert downey jr. said if you had anything to say to him, it would help. robert got right in there. he asked what happened. he gave aidan some advice. aidan took over his mom's twitter account to write back and say you just made my life. this is just a really sweet thing. >> i love that. tell me everything. he writes to this kid that he doesn't know. >> using your power for good. >> that's one of the reasons we love robert downey jr. we got another sneak peek here "pitch perfect 2" due in may. jesse j dropped her music video. it's called "flashlight" and we've got a sneak peek. take a look. ♪
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individuality, not conformity. to be yourself. to listen to your instincts. you know to believe in the possibility that you're great. >> to, you know, not be afraid to be outspoken and to kind of take your own path and feel like you can do your own thing and not feel like you have to stick to any one thing because people are telling you to. >> there's a nice bonus in all this. you get your own barbie doll. there's emma and eva together. did you ever think you'd have your own barbie doll. >> it's a huge out of body experience. >> literally. >> when we saw it this morning, it was like my gosh, it's kind of creepy, kind of amazing. >> it's for a good cause too. >> they're going to be auctioned off for charity which is great. >> talk about the cause that brought you this recognition. i know animals are very important to you among other causes. >> yeah. i work with the best friends animal society and i have a menagerie of animals i adopted in my home as well as promoting adoption and rescue and adopt
don't shop. they're a wonderful organization. >> eva, you've been breaking ground too. you were the youngest appointed female editor in chief of a national magazine. what age did you earn that title? >> ooh, i don't remember. i guess that makes me old now. i think 33. >> oh my gosh. >> she's slowly taking over the world. >> i have baby brain. i was like i think it was 33. >> she did kcan do it all. >> somebody people can learn, you applied for 20 internships before getting one? >> yes. i applied to any internship at any company i ever heard of. i believe i applied here. i hope i get a letter late in the mail. >> al black balled you. >> why would you say me and black ball? >> oh!
whoa! >> whoa whoa whoa. >> i couldn't help it. >> takes it to a bad place. what's your recommendation or suggestion for young women out there who say i want to be you when i grow up? >> first of all the best thing to be is yourself. i hear that once in awhile. how do i be like fill in the blank. i think it's an important message for young women. it takes to realize that the best person to be is yourself really. you know, i think it's a process of discovering your own voice. and the more you practice whether it's writing singing, acting, the better you will get. so don't be scared if it takes some patience and time to get there. >> and really happy you're in charge of the magazine. that's good. >> thank you. >> eva chen and emmy rossum. >> what's the line? >> back to the fuchsia. >> love it. >> we didn't plan this. coming up next, one of the easiest ways to cook. willie is the taster after these [ screaming ]
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of the kids running in and out trying to eat. so first we're going to do -- oh, look at that. >> what is this soap opera thing? >> we're going to make an omelet activity here. we're going to take some butter and brush the inside. i'm using a small muffin tin for this. while i'm doing this will you whisk the eggs? and you'll sprinkle in some parmesan cheese. like that. you just kind of coat the ban. while you're whisking i caramelized some onions. and also going to take some -- any kind of vegetables you've got. >> the service at this restaurant is terrible. >> and then you throw that in. look at that. >> all right. then you saute this up. that's enough whisk. >> okay. i'm going crazy. there's still some yolks. >> then you put the vegetables in here together along with some cheese. >> you make this look very easy. >> then you whisk it together. then you're going to ladle this into the muffin tin.
>> perfect. well, this is great also for portion control for snacks. >> exactly. >> then put that in the oven about 350. comes out like this. there you just pop them out. look at that. >> delicious. >> jane catch. only kidding. now we're going to make cobb salad with bacon cups. you're going to use jumbo muffin tins. cut your bacon to 7 1/2 inch strips. then layer them in like that. you're going to crisscross them. >> the timing was off. >> right through the center. then you take some non-stick spray, a second muffin tin. you put this on top and put it in the often. you'll bake this at about 350. it'll come out, you let it cool. you then drain the grease. you'll have a cooked bacon cup
like this. then you just take some avocado some lettuce, some chicken. >> wow. all the fixings. >> and you've got a cobb salad. boom. and finally this is a blondie recipe adapted from our friends at cooks illustrated. instead of using cupcake dough, you put it in like this. the recipe is on our website. of course you can do like i like to do and just take the cookie dough and forget about the muffin zblps all right. i'm not in charge if you get sick. >> the recipes, of course today.com. how did you like it? >> it was delicious. >> speechless. >> can we have our check please? >> all right. well, we're back in a moment. >> it was a tinder date. it went really well. >> all right. set watches. 9:52, that's when it all went
our good buddy erica hill is here to preview weekend "today." >> hello by good buddy. here's what we have coming up this weekend. if you wish you could be a kid again and who doesn't how about adult preschool? yeah. finger painting, play doh. it happens in brooklyn which for people in new york you may not be surprised about that. it's a hipster thing. dylan went to check it out. we'll fill you in this weekend. people are paying to do this. >> would you like a blondie in a cup. >> i would love one. >> and the pretzel. >> the champion here. good-bye thank you. >>
>> announcer: nbc 10 news starts now. >> good morning. i'm chris cato. it's 9:56. time to kek your first alert forecast with meteorologist bill henley. it's a cold one. >> sure is. the wind is still blowing dumping more cold air into the area. in the pocono mountains, sunshine. clouds passing by. still have snow on them. winds gusting to 35 miles an hour in the mountains and close to that in philadelphia.
wind gusts of 32 miles an hour at the airport. the temperature warmed a little bit. 44 degrees right now. we'll climb into the 50s this afternoon. the sunshine will be batting the wind. tall keep us much cooler than normal today. >> happening tomorrow. comcast employees across the world will roll up their sleeves to help make a difference. comcast cares day is the single largest single day corporate service event. last year employees helped in the u.s. and abroad. this is video of nbc 10 oh and comcast employees tatter german town boys and girls club. tomorrow we'll be in the springport boys and girls club wills. head to nbc10.com or check out the nbc 10 app. comcast is the parent company of nbc 10. a music festival that wasn't welcomeded back to seaside heights will come to atlantic city. the electric adventure bloom will be in front of the old atlantic club august 1 and 2 and
from nbc news this is "today," with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. ♪ >> oh, yes. >> i thought it was -- ♪ i hear laughter in the rain ♪ >> it wasn't that. >> sounded like it. >> didn't it? >> it sure did. >> thought it was our friend neil who is a crime it's not in the song -- in the rock and roll mauchl hall of fame. what is today? >> try day friday. april 24th. >> guess who is here? ♪ lou manfredini ♪ >> one of the top chefs gavin
caisson is here to lighten things up in the kitchen using seasonal fresh ingredients. >> and bobbie thomas is buzzing with cute carry alls for your phone, sunglasses. even bambino and blake. these you have to see to believe. >> we're giving it away every friday, stick around to see if your name is called. >> every day a certain day but today extra special. >> what's happening if. >> today is world penguin day. >> can you believe it? >> it's saturday the 25th. we decided to bring in a visitor from the adventure aquarium, african blackfooted penguin named liberty. >> jennifer duffy is here with us. >> hello. >> how is liberty doing? >> liberty is doing great. lots of lights and different things he's not used to seeing. that's okay. he actually is one of our real stable birds, which is why he was our chosen bird. >> you picture penguins being in cold temperatures and jersey has been cold this winter but not so much.
>> compared to the antarctic or arctic. >> this is an african or blackfooted penguin found on the southern coast of africa. of the 17 types of penguins you'll find in the world there's only two that live in antarctica all year-round. >> how does he like it here? >> new york is perfect. >> really? >> new york is great. he prefers the beach and sunshine and warm weather. so new york in the summertime is great. >> only one mate? >> they are monogamous. >> good for you. >> whether or not he's with that particular female forever -- >> that's what monogamous means. >> he only has one at a time at least. >> that's -- >> you know what -- >> monogamous. >> thank you so much for bringing that. >> liberty. >> everybody loves penguins. >> thank you for sharing. thank you very much. have a great one. >> you're welcome. bye-bye. >> all right. so this is interesting. this is maddening. >> okay. >> so there are some parents, and we don't know if it's all
the way true but we're going to say it is they apparently the parents wrote a demanding e-mail for their son's first birthday. >> first. >> a lot of trouble down the road let me tell you. >> they sent a note out to people invited to the party making rules. again, this comes from redit and these are claims. we don't know if it's true. they made a list of what the baby wants. the baby wants. >> a water table. >> and what else does the baby want? >> play time. >> and what else? >> play tents. >> and what else? >> a cheerios book. >> don't give us any other books, these people say, because, quote. >> baby hates when we try to read to him. >> they demand you include a gift receipt because they want to make sure they get the full amount of the munt back when they return the gifts. >> they say, if you are unable to get these items let us know so we can buy them right away for him. >> okay. >> anyway -- >> this is upsetting on so many levels it makes me think it can't be -- how do these people have friends? >> i don't know.
>> and family? i wouldn't put up with that behavior for five seconds with a family member or friend would you? >> no. i am the kind of person who when anyone gives me a gift whatever it is it could be this card it could -- oh, no. it -- >> we're going to tell you what that is in a minute. let me tell you something, the only thing you will remember from our show today -- >> is this number. >> that little number. that's it. of all the things we'll discuss that is going to be the only thing you remember. don't ask why. we're going to explain it. >> okay. >> okay. >> oh, lord. we would love to know what you think of such a thing. >> one thing to have lists for when getting married. >> it's called a registry for a reason. these are the things we would like to have. but we would be so honored if you give us anything we would be gracious and grateful. >> yeah. >> manners go? >> they've gone out the window. hold on to your wallet. >> save the wine. >> we know it's people have been cooped up and cold for so long. >> yes. >> we have a list of the top beaches, all right, according to
trip adviser. >> we will count down the top five. beach boys let's do it. ko tao, thailand. 300 days. okay. we have beach balls. here you go. >> i love this place. ever been toen san tore rineny greece. black beaches and colorful homes. i don't know where this is. roatan honduras. >>s loads of activities. zip line deep sea fish lots -- maui. >> bamboo forest waterfalls and 70 degree temperatures. >> number one. >> is? >> the picture of this it is -- >> don't rec the pink thing. provideciales, turks and caicos. i've never been and everybody that comes back says oh, my gosh, you will not believe how gorgeous. you worked up a thirst. >> i was thirsty. >> does anybody know what this
is? yeah. this number. i'm sure you have all kinds of guesses about what this is. but hoda would like to tell you what it is. >> i'm not telling. you're telling. >> i have noed need so you tell everybody what it is. >> when it is that time of the month there is -- you usually use things from the drug store and sometimes they have plastic around them et cetera. this one is called a menstrual cup. you insert it -- >> all right. >> like you would a tam upon. >> all right. >> you asked what it is. then it's like a cup. and. >> you can walk around with it apparently tore ten hours before cleaning it. after you retrieve it and then you get to wash it. with hot water and mild soap. >> by the way, we thought this was a ridiculous thing until emily, one of our producers said
didn't you watch the show "younger" hilary duff talks about it. >> what's a goddess cup? >> like a menstrual thing, like a tampon but eco-friendly. sits inside your stuff -- >> like a diaphragm? >> what's a diaphragm? >> i can't. i have to go. >> generational thing right there. yep. she's pretending to be a 20 something back in school. so that's why, yeah -- >> didn't know what it was. >> this is called a lily cup. it's paid of reusable medical-grade silicone. it lasts 12 hours. >> 12. we were told -- >> lily cup compact only lasts 10. all right. anyway -- >> another reason to look forward to being post-menopausal. there you go. nothing good about it? yes, there is. >> imagine it's one thing in the privacy of your own home but people go out, people go to concerts, you know what i mean. you're out. change things out. anyway, there you have it.
>> okay. >> move it over there. >> you know we need -- >> what? >> friday funny no what do you got? >> okay. hoda what did the great say when he was pinched? >> what did he say? nothing. he gave a little wine. why did the elephants get kicked out of the public pool? >> why? >> they kept dropping their trunks. hoda. >> yes. >> why are horses always so fit? >> i don't know. >> because they're on a stable diet. hoda. >> yes. >> where does a sheep go for a hair cut? >> where? >> to the ba-ber shop. >> i can hear the screams around america. thank goodness that's it. >> we want you to feel good at the end of our chat. here it is, our aww moment of the week. all right. these are tiger triplets born at the columbus zoo and aquarium. in an incubator because they're so little 2 1/2 pounds. >> their mother didn't care for them. >> oh. >> they're known as siberian
tigers and are critically endangered with only about 400 left in the wild. so important that they save these. aren't they precious. >> so cute. >> less than 150 of these tigers in captivity. >> oh, my god. that's unbelievable. >> shame on that mother. >> she left them. >> earth day, green toys. >> here they are. >> created an entire line of toys out of recycled plastic milk jug. this company has used 25 million recycled cartons diverted over 3 millions pounds of waste. shopgreentoys.com. the tea set 27.99 and truck and the sand play set 21.99. >> the watering can a bargain at 16.99. >> almost here you need help making healthy habits a part of your lifestyle. >> go to klgandhoda.com and ask biggest loser trainer bob harper your questions. watch your wine. >> save the wine. >> all right. if you want something fresh and easy and who doesn't, going to want to see this rock star chef is cooking up for us.
caisson. >> hello. >> welcome back. >> lead story. >> lead story. >> come on. >> you deserve to be. >> cooking. >> what do you got for us today? >> we're going to do a couple things. now that spring is kind of here. >> okay. >> right, we're going to do bacon wrapped monkfish. this is the monkfish here. all right. it's a beautiful fish that we love to get so we use this in minneapolis all the time. we will season it with a little bit of salt and then just wrap it up. >> regular bacon? >> applewood smoked bacon. >> does it matter? >> it doesn't matter. >> has flavor in it. >> you can wrap a lot of things in bacon and you will be fine. >> exactly. >> what you doing? >> take it it's tied. >> like a hot dog. >> poach the hot dog, right. >> what? >> and the plastic doesn't melt? >> it doesn't melt. when you buy plastic wrap that is safe for a restaurant it will not melt when it's -- >> is that the kind we get in the drug store or no? >> yeah. it will work. >> never saw that. >> let it poach about five or six minutes.
what that helps do is cooks the bacon which the monkfish. >> all the flavor in it. >> okay. >> this is it when it's done. it's out. >> show us. >> take it out and blot it here. >> blot that baby. >> blot that. now we're going to put some oil in. >> regular olive oil. >> olive oil. >> start to seer it. >> the whole thing. >> watch your hair. >> i like the sizzle. >> exactly. >> and then add some garlic. add thyme, butter, and just going to let that cook down. >> like that. >> seer all sides of it. you have to understand since we've poached it it's basically cooked a little bit. >> for the bacon, right. >> this helps render out the bacon. a lot of seasonal menus. we've been open for six months and so we've gone through two menus basically. started out in early winter and rolling to the spring section. >> do you have a favorite season? is it end of summer? >> i love the spring. i love the peas and radishes and
carrots, all of that. the tomatoes are great, but to have all these vegetables is so -- >> i love to see them laid out like that. so pretty. >> artisanal. >> yes. >> so now what? >> now we will finish with a little bit of sauce. this is one of my favorite sauces to do a salsa verde. tarragon parsley and lemon zest in a bowl. the point being very simple i have two kids at home i need to make a sauce, this is what i'm -- this is my go to. >> do they have pretty sophisticated palates. >> homemade pasta and it will not be out of the box and al dente. >> oh, no. >> i'm kidding. >> when i gave my son a tour of the restaurant he walked around and says i have a question for you. i said what. he said are you going to have the same vanilla ice cream in minneapolis as new york city. i said we will. he said that's really important. >> that's what kids want. >> he loves it. just mix it. >> too easy. >> lemon juice, more olive oil in there. put this on skirt steak, grill
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that's great answer. >> you can date them both. >> date them both. don't sleep with them because that's going to complicate it. >> or you could sleep with them both. >> oh, my gosh. >> each his own. i think if you're thinking that way about both of them neither of them -- like i always think, if you have feelings for two, probably neither are the right person. >> you think? >> i think so. >> i think we jump into relationships too quickly and sometimes that's great but a lot of times, you know, you have to give yourself a chance. let a frontrunner emerge. nice pool of people you're dating. >> shouldn't you be honest with them both and say i am seeing someone else as well. >> of course. >> yeah absolutely. yeah. >> oh, that's important but not -- >> honesty is important. i don't think people should hung up do i have to be with this person exclusively right now. i think, you know, again depends what you're looking for. if she's saying which one do i marry i like them both i say
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15. >> i think you save it. >> save them seven years. you have to save those documents. also save them in a fireproof box. put them in a filing cabinet but if something happens you want to make sure they're safe. >> atm receipts. >> for you. >> i throw them away at the garbage can at the atm. >> that's dangerous for identity theft. you don't want someone to steal your identity. shred it. >> wow. >> bank statements. bank statements some get them on-line but some get a paper statement. >> your monthly bank statements. >> save it. >> shred it. >> shred it. >> save it. >> save it. >> no no no you want to shred that because you only need it as long as you might have a tax item on there. if you have a charitable contribution you made with your debit card on the bank statement maybe you need that document. most of the time you want to shred that. >> the bank has to -- electronically. >> the bank has a copy as well. >> exaing atly. >> so awful. >> homeowners insurance policy.
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