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n't worry in terms of the weather, it's going to get better, right? >> today will be rainy, tomorrow sunshine returns. grab an umbrella. our lawn is happy. . good morning. overnight, wanted this is the man police have identified in that home invasion murder in washington, d.c. this morning the major break in the calls. dna from the pizza crust found in the house. much bigger much worse, that oil spill in california now five times larger than originally thought. the slick 9 miles long, a state of emergency declared and now authorities are looking into possible criminal charges. last "late night." david lettermen ends his record-setting run as only he could. >> it's beginning to look like i'm not going to get the "tonight show." a finale packed with presidents stars --
>> thanks, for letting me take part in another hugely disappointing series finale. and a rare cameo from his family. and home stretch, matt just an hour away from finishing his 226-mile red nose bike ride for charity. and it's been four days since we launched our journey from boston new york in manhattan, here we come today, thursday may 21st 2015. >> announcer: from nbc news this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. and good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a thursday morning. this is it carson daly is back. matt is about to make his triumphant return to the plaza after that grueling bike ride. i have said carson said he will
personal limaage is anything that hurts after that bike ride. >> i will respectfully take a pass on that carson. it's nice to see you back. good luck with the finale of "the voice." see what that is? that is the skyline of new york city and the east empire building. which means only the east river separates us. i will take off in a couple minutes. >> we cannot wait to welcome you back. so so proud. we will check in with you along the way. we want to get right to our top story this morning. it's a big one. the manhunt for that suspect in a chilling murder case in the nation's capitol that has captured the country. he has been identified by all things a pizza crust left at the crime scene. nbc's national correspondent peter alexander is covering this story for us. peter, this is a major break. good morning to you. >> reporter: savannah, exactly right. >> first the murders, now the manhunt. a ton of new information for you this morning. police are looking for the
34-year-old suspect darren dylan wynn who you know is connected to this scene by pizza crust. police went to the last known arrest of the man at a home here in d.c. it's in morale. but significantly, it's near to where the family's car was found burned exactly a week ago. now the manhunt has intensified. this morning washington, d.c. police say this man is suspected in the brutal killings of the savopoulos family and their house keeper a week ago. they are asking for an arrest or darren dylan wynn. a break in the case at the nation's capitol came after police found his dna on the crust of a domino pizza.
the announcement came after a source close to the family said hours before the fire his assistant delivered $40,000 cash to the home. the money from american iron works where he was ceo. they report savopoulos asked his assistant to deliver the cash. use caution. this is a crime scene. >> reporter: when firefighters arrived at the house thursday afternoon, investigators say the $40,000 was gone so was the family's porsche later found abandoned and torched 15 miles away. it's unclear whether wynn the person of interest seen in this under surveillance video running away from the car fire. they say wynn has been arrested numerous times. overnight, crime scene investigators searched the home for blood stains. sources familiar with the investigation say the fire began on the 2nd floor in ten-year-old philip's room. all three of the adults were found down the hall in a
separate room beaten and stabbed. and again this morning, our local station wrc is reporting that police believe wynn left the immediate washington, d.c. area shortly after those murders took place a week ago. throughout this investigation, verts told us they believe there with may have been more than one person involved in these murders. right now the hunt is on specifically for that man and there is a $25,000 reward for any information leading to his arrest. savannah back to you. let's turn to nbc news law enforcement analyst, a retired atf special agent in charge. jim, good morning to you. i have to say, this is extraordinary that investigators were able to find this suspect say say from dna on a pizza crust of all things. >> right, savannah solid police work by the d.c. detectives. they poured their resources on it. they were backed up by atf fbi,
lab, now they got the suspect. so the whole suspect changes. he's a criminal actor. he tends to go to florida, caribbean, cash and he won't be free long because his picture will be all over the national media and soeshlg media. anybody he is in contact, savannah even a person he's known a long time will be in danger. this man is a very very dangerous man. >> you say it's unusual to put a name and suspect to the police have identified. wherever he has gone, they will be able to find him? >> right. you know the greatest intelligence system in the world is america's broadcast, radio, print media followed by our social media, so nobody is going to get away when their picture is all over like that. he's a guy paying cash. he's not likely in his home
environment. he will be in a hotel. he will be paying anything for cash with this $40,000 that he brutally murdered the family with. you know he's a guy that likely had some contact with mr. savopoulos somewhere. maybe in the martial arts arena. he's a pretty buffed out guy. there may have been contacts there. he likely had a help from a confederate, if they are alive. one can kill the other in a crime this huge. >> it's obviously a brutal development in this case. always goed to talk to you. appreciate it. >> thanks, savannah. meantime an oil spill is now worse than expected. as much as 105,000 gallons may have leaked near santa barbara. hal le jackson is on one of the beaches. how is it looking this morning? >> reporter: it's still pretty quiet here. cleanup is expected to begin in a little bit. today we expect that response to
grow. more workers, more clean-up crews adding to the 300-some folks out here already. we know a state beach has been evacuated along with a second state beach to the south of us. it's a real blow to folks who call this place a popular playground for sun bathing, for whale watching especially for the busy memorial weekend. the u.s. coast guard says oils floating off the southern california coast after a spill now stretches about 9 miles, more than doubling the affected area since an on shore pipeline broke and leaked and as much as 700 gallons may have spilled into the oaks. on wednesday, governor jerry brown declared a state of emergency to free up resources to respond to the spill. >> this is a disaster. it's a worst nightmare scenario. >> reporter: the district and
attorneys general are looking for the prosecution. the texas based company responsible for the ruptured pipe has accumulated 175 safety and maintenance infractions since 2006 more than three times the national average. none of the past incidents resulted in injury but the pipeline company settled with the e in 2010 for a series of leaks in the mid-west. california closed two state beaches for the busy memorial holiday weekend. a states department of fish and wild life closed fishing and shellfish harvesting for a mile. >> the care of everyone affected remains our top priority in our response. >> reporter: representatives for plains all american pipeline have come out and publicly apologized for the inconvenience the spill has caused the community. the company says it wants to try to minimize the environmental impact and is fully committed to the fifteen cleanup, which will take day, if not weeks. >> a lot of cleaning up to do
there. thanks halle. another big story, we have a rare and remarkable look into the mind of osama bin laden in his final days a collection of documents from the 2011 raid on his pakistani compound have now been declassified in a revealing war about his final years in hiding. nbc's chief affairs correspondent andrea mitchell has more on this. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. this is a treasure trove of documents, letters, books, video games, offering new thinking into the ten years of the world's most wanted man. from the ruins of his hideout in pakistan osama bin laden is single minded. the focus should be on killing and fighting the american people and their representatives, he wrote his leiutenants. an avid reared his online book shelf ranged from bob woodward's obama's ward to michael sawyers imperial hubris. half his collection were books
on conspiracy theories. this is not a detached strategic leader. this is very much someone who has his hands in the mechanisms his leiutenants are back and forth with him. >> reporter: bin ladin's letters, even a notebook in his own handwriting reveal a network run like a business with an online job application asking aspiring terrorist, any hawksobby hobbies or past times? do you wish to execute a suicide operation? and finally, who should we contact in case you become a martyr? but bin ladin has also revealed he's feeling increasingly isolated months before the dramatic attack he wrote his favorite wives i think that i have to leave them referring to the brother who's are guarding him. he didn't leave in time. bin ladin the family man wrote passionate letters to a wife living in iran while warning her to remove fillings from her teeth before she visited him, in
case the iranians insert a cracking device. most likely there were video games for the children and delta force extreme 2, also found by the u.s. special forces the night they attacked. >> reporter: yeah there is a lot of stuff we found in that raid. there is proof that osama bin laden was still running al qaeda there with. >> reporter: bin ladin repeatedly warned his followers not to attack other muslims but to keep targeting embassies and oil companies, while isis which did not even exist while bin ladin is alive is doing exactly what he warned against. >> andrea, incredible to see his focus was still on that to the very end. natalie is here with a troubling story about isis. >> that's right. isis militants are in full control of palmyra, an activist group says the extremists overran the site on wednesday. the fall of the town is a stunning defeat for president assad's forces.
the islamic state terrorist group now controls over half of syrian territory. palmyra dates back to the 1st and 2nd century. a second marine killed in this weekend's hard landing of an osprey aircraft has been identified. military officials say 21-year-old lance corporeal mathieu debterman died. two marines remain hospitalized in stable condition. a tragic story in omaha, nebraska this morning where a police officer was killed just one day before she was supposed to begin her delayed maternity leave. the 29-year-old was shot in an exchange of gunfire while serving an arrest warrant t. suspect was also killed. she was a new mother. her newborn daughter was born prematurely in february and is set to be released from an omaha hospital today. so sad. well republican presidential hopeful senator rand paul wrapped up a ten-and-a-half hour
filibuster-like speech late wednesday night to protest the renewal of the patriot act. senator paul highlighted his contribution to the nsa's controversial bulk collection of telephone data. his speech was not a true filibuster however, balls it did not delay any bill. the story now about a future mother-in-law who stole the show before the wedding day even before the proposal. take a look. bridge et clark was recording just moments before her sister's boyfriend was about to pop the question. she tried to usher her mother out of the frame. during the confusion, she did a face plant in the sand delaying the memorable mark. mom, look up at your daughter. >> that's why we're here. >> well debating wouldn't let that fall ruin the moment. he dropped to his knee did what he came there to do and brianne said yes. poor mom. >> she dropped to her knee too.
>> more than her knee sadly. >> full on face plant. >> i like how they keep rolling. >> they kind of make fun of her. >> all right. thank you so much. hello, mr. roker. >> hello. i wish we could say hello or good-bye to our friends in texas. it's not going anywhere any time soon. so far for the month of may, the rainiest may ever. number two for oklahoma city. corpus christi sixth wettest may ever. it keeps coming. austin texas, more wet weather for you today as well. in fact right now in parts of wichita falls, they got mandatory evacuations going on along the wichita river. the rain will just keep coming for today into tomorrow. the rain and heavy showers and thunderstorms. look at saturday. we got the risk of severe weather going into the day saturday on into sunday we're expecting another five to seven inches of rain in this region over the next several days into
memorial day. that's what's going on. good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley. clouds are here. rain is on the way and a chilly day ahead. temperatures will only climb in the upper 50s and low 60s. with rain falling this afternoon, we'll start to come down during the afternoon hour. clearing skies tonight. tomorrow morning, 40s and low 50s. but sunshine a little breezy for friday. 76 degrees. those winds will bring us cooler
weather for saturday but a nice warmup sunday with sunshine. there say chance of shower or thunderstorms memorial day monday. have a great day. and that's your latest weather. carson. >> thank you. he has been making us laugh for a record 33 years in late night. this morning, david letterman is easing into retirement after a star-studded finale. willie was brave enough to stay up late and watch it all. how was it? >> it was good al was up too. we saw the same thing. dave hosted 20,000 guests his final late show was filled with stars, presidents and in true letterman style not a whole lot of hugging or tears. >> it's david letterman! >> reporter: it was one last curtain calm for a late-night legend. david letterman, signing offer with his signature sarcasm and self deprecation.
>> i'll be honest it looks like i will not get the "tonight show." >> recounting his favorite moments. spanning more than three decades and two networks. >> i want you to hold it down on this end like this. >> you are down there, why don't you do it? >> reporter: taking parting shots from four presidents. >> our long national nightmare is over. >> our long national nightmare is over. >> reporter: and some a-list insults in one final top ten list. >> your extensive plastic surgery was a necessity and a mistake. >> thanks for letting me take part in another hugely disappointing series finale. [ applause ] >> reporter: letterman spoke from his desk and from his heart thanking his family. >> i love you both and really nothing else matters, does it? >> reporter: his band -- >> and my good good friend as
good a friend as can you have on television. as good a friend can you have in life. absolutely a musical genius paul schaefer. >> thank you so much dave you changed our lives. >> reporter: and his audience. >> the people who watch this show, there is nothing i can ever do to repay you. thank you for everything. you've given me everything. >> reporter: before signing off for good. >> the only thing i have left to do for the last time on a television program. thank you and good night. >> and the show ended with a photo montage as his favorite band played. we talked about doing a rerun. last night conan came on the air live and promptly said hit your dvr button right now and go watch dave. that's the reference those guys have for dave. >> no letterman, no leno. >> you know who is left now.
carson daly. only guy left. >> you are in trouble. >> i was going to say jimmy fallon. >> there is a king right there. >> willie thanks, for that. coming up terminal tase down in the middle of lax. from boston to the big apple. matt is finishing the deadline of the tour de red nose. first this is "today" on nbc.
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over the next eight hours we'll continue to see on and off showers, rainfall. temperatures don't move out of the high 50s by the time we're at lunch. by 10:00, 48. police are looking for a person who shot a man and left him in the middle of the street in west philadelphia. investigators say if that's not bad enough a drunk driver ran over the shooting victim and he later died. nbc10 is on the scene at girard avenue at 42nd street. the evidence was within inches of the victim which indicated he was shot at close range. the man collapsed on the street and run over by an elderly driver. officers arrested that driver on suspicion of dui. police also tell us they found cocaine and a gun on the shooting victim. i'm rosemary connors. i'll see you in 25 minutes for another update. have a good one.
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get on that bridge. people here have been showing their support as we've tried to raise awareness for and money for the fight against childhood poverty. as we turn onto the queens borough bridge now, let me just tell you right now, it has been a heck of a ride. so as we begin day 4 of the red nose chal we have 172 miles behind us 55 to go today. a clear but windy day, making my way closer to new york city with every mile. look at this kings park chamber of commerce com e came out with a check of $500. but four days on the bike is taking a toll. my legs are fried. i'm definitely feeling the wear and tear today. >> lester holt. >> what's going on my friend? >> reporter: my friend lester holt set his alarm a little earlier today, joining me for my morning ride. >> i don't have a lot of people that i would put spandex on in time of the morning.
>> can i sit on the back? are you not tired, right? >> reporter: finally making her way from the anchor seat to the bike seat savannah joined the fun. >> god, i saw my life flash in front of me. did you see the size of that pothole? >> you are a bit of a drama queen. you have been out here three blocks. your life has already flashed in front of your eyes. >> i know it's very dangerous out here. is that it? >> that's it. >> are you kidding me? you have been here four-and-a-half minutes. >> i know i want to go five. come on. >> nice to see you. >> come on matt. >> reporter: mile 46 the final finish line before i roll into rockefeller plaza and to smiling faces that will make it all worthwhile. you are a sight for sore eyes and sore everything actually. it's a really nice sight to end the day. this makes me feel really good. so this is the moment i have been waiting for, for four-and-a-half days making the
climb up the queens borough bridge manhattan on the other side. rush hour traffic to my left and you guys just about a mile and a half ahead of me. i can't wait to see you guys. >> oh we can't wait to see you. >> natalie said that's the last big hill. >> i hope for you. >> reporter: this is the last hill in the city. >> come on home matt. >> should we talk about some stuff? >> i don't think so. >> in your mind matt what are you feeling? >> reporter: feeling my quads. >> oh. come on back. we've got some nice balm for you. >> the problem is who is going to be the one between to us tell matt he has to go back to gillette stadium to get his car? >> we'll leave that to you. >> welcome home matt. >> so we have a nice day, huh?
>> today is pretty nice and we're going to have a fairly nice day in the northeast for memorial day. but a lot of folks looking at a cooler than usual memorial day. jet stream way to the south. today, friday chicago will be 58. 68 in kansas city. in the south, bill location 85 95 in orlando. the good news is as we make our way into the memorial day weekend, that warmth spreads up to the north, pittsburgh by monday 86 89 nashville, 91 in raleigh. the cooler air stays out in the rockies. denver 69 santa fe 70 degrees. today mid-atlantic states wet weather along with the risk of strong storms along the north carolina coast as that low moves in. more heavy rain texas, oklahoma and showers, northern california on into interior sections of the pa good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley. clouds are here. rain is on the way and a chilly day ahead. temperatures will only climb in the upper 50s and low 60s. with rain falling this
afternoon, we'll start to come down during the afternoon hour. clearing skies tonight. by tomorrow morning, 40s and low 50s. but sunshine, a little breezy for friday. 76 degrees. those winds will bring us cooler weather for saturday but a nice warmup sunday with sunshine. there is a chance of shower or thunderstorms memorial day monday. have a great day. okay. get that weather in. you need to go to the weather channel.com online. >> thank you al. coming up a frightening scene on camera what caused a passenger pence lax to be tasered by police? are uconnstantly stressed out at work? what you should be doing at your desk to relax. >> when i'm shopping for a used car, i want to be comfortable. i don't want an aggressive salesperson breathing down my neck pressuring me into a decision. when i go to the supermarket there's no one pushing me to buy the more expensive cereal. i just want to
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safely in manhattan moments away from the final push to plaza where we are awaiting his arrival and all the great money he's raised for a great cause as red nose day gets under way tonight on nbc. we will have more on matt triumphant return in just a few minutes. first to a chaotic scene. take a look. police using a tase tore subdue a man who broke through a security checkpoint nbc national correspondent miguel almaguer is at lax. miguel what's the latest this morning? >> reporter: carson good morning. according to aircraft officials the 21-year-old suspect was able to push his way past security. get all the way to the departure gate before being subdued by a police officer and his taser. this is what shocked passengers witnessed. how it all came to an end. it began just a few moments earlier. >> sir! >> reporter: airport officials
following 21-year-old suspect christian hines winding through the corridors of lax after he allegedly breached security. >> he was stopped by a tsa officer and he was not cooperative and at that time the tsa officers asked airport police who were right near the screening area for help. >> reporter: an officer attempts to place hines in handcuffs. only to have him break free and make his way towards departure gates. >> it's the first time that i really witnessed something like that. >> reporter: actor verne troyer captures what happens next. >> drop the gun, sir! >> reporter: the officers heard warning signs to stop. >> as soon as they got up the stair, that's when i heard the taser go off. >> reporter: outside gate 66 back-up arrives. passengers scrambling and crouching in fear. >> all right. back up. >> reporter: moments after it began, it's all over. for passengers and the suspect,
a shocking end. >>. >> reporter: airport officials say the man will be charged with trespassing an obstruction of a police officer. he was not armed. for police it was a tense moment a. few years ago here a suspect opened fire on a tsa agent killing him and injuring three others. carson. >> a scary scene at lax yesterday. thank you, appreciate it. coming up three things you need to know about that massive airbag recall. if your car is one of the 34 million on the list. and almost home we will check in with matt as the tour de red nose nears its end right after this.
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five days four states one important cause. matt's 226-mime bike ride for red nose day is almost over. we are getting ready to celebrate when he reaches the plaza. matt. can you hear us? did you say it was 227 miles? >> reporter: no 226-and-a-half and we just crossed park avenue against the light, which is probably the most dangerous thing we've done all week. >> nice to see the nypd helping you 32 you the last stretch. >> reporter: exactly. exactly. i'm just a couple of blocks away coming through the rough street here on 49th street and i
can smell the plaza from here. >> oh yeah. matt your producers said you have been eating your way through five states that you've had a real big appetite. >> reporter: yeah i've had more peanut butter and jelly sandwiches in this week than i've ever had in my life. we have been stopping at duncan donuts every 20 miles. i think i lost 5 pound during the week. >> no doubt. >> reporter: exactly. >> that's a goody et though. >> reporter: oh it's not bad, yeah it's a good way to lose 5 pounds. >> you have done a great job, my friend. >> how do the legs feel? >> reporter: the legs are tired, i got to be honest with you. but i'm invigorated now because here is 5th avenue. we are right here. >> you are almost there. >> reporter: we are right next to you. hold on they're holding me up
one second. >> would it be tough to ask for you to pick up some egg sandwiches for us? >> reporter: yes, it would be. this is not the time. apparently i got to future a different microphone on. i'm on. >> use that megaphone, that would be great. >> reporter: you want me to hold they want me to hold this. all right. here we go. >> that's not going to affect the gearshifting. actually matt we didn't want to tell you until now -- [ cheers ] hi. hi how are you? just who you want to see. give me a kiss. give me a kiss. >> reporter: i told you the french maid outfit not the nurse's outfit. >> we are so proud of you doing this. i know you might be a little sore. since this is my area this is my special area this is my
specialty, i brought you some things to help you out. here you go a donut. >> thank you very much. >> a bike store, we talked to them to see what you might need. you got anti-monkey butt crash powder. >> that's very nice also. >> this apparently butt paste. >> reporter: you see, i used all these products when i worked with you. >> i don't get it. >> you were a pain in the butt. power shower and wipes. >> are you the best. thanks for being willing to travel so far to do this. that was really nice. >> i had to get up very early to be here. anyway are you doing well? >> yeah. >> did you have fun? >> yeah i did. it was tough. we had a blast. i'll never forget it. i really won't. >> good. you have a lot of people waiting for you on the plaza. >> flies to see you. >> and i'll see you later in
this outfit. the things i do for you. >> reporter: oh dr. freud, please call your office. thanks katie. good to see you. do i really have to hold this microphone? >> i don't know you can leave the microphone brew the butt paste. we definitely need that. >> you know what -- >> reporter: i'll see you tomorrow. >> no no no we are going to have a big welcome for you. he's like a block or two away now. >> the american girl store. >> 5th avenue. do we have time to talk to tamron? >> we are trending. look at the lover matt is getting on the hashtag gomattgo on the internet creative love for matt. this winery guy in long island go matt go.
some prom kids giving matt a little love. today's most like post of the week goes to drum roll -- our dear friend meredith viera who joined matt in his journey. so we will keep track of matt. meanwhile, coming up in trending we will take a look at the parallel parking for some and reduceing your work stress back over to you guys. >> thank you so much. coming up to model behavior. we will tell you about a woman changing fashion forever with the cover of "people." >> ♪ your body was made for better things than the pain, stiffness and joint damage of moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis. before you and your rheumatologist decide on a biologic ask if xeljanz is right for you. xeljanz is a small pill, not an injection or infusion for adults with moderate to severe ra for whom methotrexate did not work well. xeljanz can relieve ra symptoms and help stop further joint damage. xeljanz can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis.
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>> announcer: "nbc10 news" starts now. good morning, i'm rosemary connors. it's 7:56 on this thursday. meteorologist brittney shipp is watching some wet weather that's going to be making its way into the philly region. brittney. >> that's right. all right in parts of atlantic city. we are going to see a rainy and chilly thursday. you can see thick clouds over center city. a closer look at radar shows the past 20 minutes or so over atlantic city. parts of dover. on and off, showers and light rain expected for us today. cooler temperatures well below average of 75 degrees now we're at 51 in atlantic city. 52 in wildwood. 55 degrees that dover. over the next eight hours, our temperatures will stay down in the 50s. 59 degrees as we head out for lunch by 3:00 p.m. 58 degrees.
rosemary. thank you, brittney. new from overnight, police are looking for the person who shot a man in norristown. it happened just before midnight. medics airlifted the man to the hospital. no word on his condition or what led up to the shooting. police are processing the evidence which includes eight shell casings found at the crime scene. if you ride patco between philadelphia and six railcars will start rolling next thursday. it's the beginning of a program to rebuild dozens train cars that have been ins of is for decades. upgraded seating and cooling systems and plenty of space for to you store your bicycle or wheelchair. i'm rosemary connors. we'll have another update in 25 minutes. you can check your news or weather on the nbc10 app. now back to the "today" show. have a good one.
. >> it's 8:00 on "today." coming up confident cover girl. >> i want to go sexy. >> meet the model breaking history and barriers in the fax world and encouraging women everywhere to celebrate their body. then summer movie sneak peek. >> what kind of dance have they cooked up in that lab? >> we've got an inside look at the season's biggest block busters from clooneyto.com comedy. matt pulls into the plaza
after 226 grueling miles. matt's journey for a great cause is almost complete and we are just moments away from the big celebration today. thursday may 21st 2015. ♪ ♪ >> we want to thank matt for helping us to save our city. we're from knoxville, tennessee, go matt go! >> welcome back matt. >> good morning, everybody. ♪ >> it's my 12th birthday! >> happy red nose day! whew! >> and welcome back to you today, we are eagerly awaiting matt's arrival as he enters the final turn of his 226-mile tour de red nose. he has some of his closest friends with him, hoda kathie
lee. everybody is riding down. we're just checking it out. there he is. >> what's up guys? >> reporter: we have a big crowd out here waiting for him. he is plagued by his professional brothers. here he comes. [ cheers ] [ cheers ] >> thank you. >> great job, matt! >> thank you. thank you. >> you deserve it. >> thank you so much. >> i like saying go matt go! we need the say stop matt stop. >> stop. what's up? it is so good to see you guys. >> is it? >> it really is. carson welcome back. >> how are you feeling right now? >> i am feeling great right now.
you know, what i was tired yesterday and this morning, but somewhere around the queens borough bridge i really got invigorated with a little butt products from katie on the corner, a little anti-climactic to be on that corner for six minutes. that's okay. it's good to be home. >> you want to sit down. >> i don't think i want to sit down. i'm fine standing. thank you. >> what about a drink? champagne? >> maybe. let's do that. tamron how are you? what's happening? willie good to see you. >> we love you. >> oh so proud of you. >> thank you. >> so should we tell everyone now you are planning to do this next year? >> i think we should start the chant right now, go savannah go! go savannah go! >> we are so proud of you. i want people to know how much you trained for this. it's not like you showed up on a bike and did this. this was months of training.
>> i went several months. i was scared. i didn't want to be two days into this and pull up blame and say i can't go any further. i did. i spent a lot of hours on the bike. it paid off. where is tomaso and carol back there. these guys laid out the entire route. they took turns riding with me every day. they took care of me. they were amazing. >> watchdogs. >> amazing people. by the way, everybody at back roads everyone at specialized bike they gave me that instrument of torture to use. it was fantastic. the team from ae ro scene, john allweather and the people at cross town ferry, who were my ride along the long island sound. >> you know what was so great, all the people that lined up to give you support, it was so heart warming. >> people honk horns for the right reasons saying go matt go this sound corny, it was so nice to see your face out there and savannah you out there and
lester came out. >> and meredith. >> meredith was out there. i know the rest of you were busy. you sent me such nice texts. >> we were watching you. incredible. >> this wasn't for nothing. you raised $150,000 for red nose charity. >> yes! >> this goes to children in poverty. this is just the beginning. we've got the red nose special tonight. it is not too late to donate. you can text today to 80777. you can do fate $10. >> it is tonight 8:00 live red nose special right here on nbc. >> what a great job! cheers. >> are you going to paddle? >> all an uber from and a masseuse. all right. matt crawlsongratulations. welcome home. >> good morning, once again, everyone. the manhunt is on this morning
for a suspect in a washington, d.c. mansion. police have now issued a warrant for the arrest of 34-year-old daron dylon wint. detectives traced wint on dna on a pizza while the family was held captive. nbc station wrc reports victims savopoulos had $40,000 delivered to his home before it was then set on fire. >> that money is now missing. we have some breaking news right now. this morning, the "new york times" published e-mails from hillary clinton from the period when she was secretary of state. the documents represent about one-third of the roughly 850 e-mails that the state department turned over to a special house committee investigating the 2012 attacks in benghazi libya. california's governor declared a state of emergency to free up resources in the battle to contain a 9 mile oil slick.
officials say as much as 105 thousand gallons of oil spilled into the ocean in santa barbara on tuesday. gobs of oil you see there are polluting those beautiful beaches and are threatening wild life. 34 million cars in the u.s. are affected by that massive takata airbag recall. >> that has many car owners wondering, what to do now. nbc's tom costello has answers to three of the questions being asked, tom, good morning to you. >> hi natalie, good morning. >> let's get started. a lot of important questions. a lot of people asking if parts aren't available, am i in any danger if i drive my car? >> experts say there is a risk. but based on how many people have been injured or killed and are on the road every day the risk is relatively low. if you are one of those people who is very concerned whether your car is safe you should stop driving it or ask your dealer if they'll give you a loaner car until the parts come in that could be a while though.
>> a lot of people asking does it matter where i live and is the nhtsa prioritize something. >> yes and yes. the investigation is suggesting airbag inflateers misfire and explode in very hot and humid and high dew point climates. think miami, think puerto rico. think some of the southern states. nithsa is prioritizing on the car location age and model of the car. >> good to know. other question is are if the air backs in the car, are they definitely defective and should people then turn them off, if so? >> yeah. there is really no way to flow if your specific air back inflater is defective. can you type in your vin at safercar.gov to see your car and the airbag recall. experts say do not disconnect your air back, first of all, it's illegal to disconnect an airbag without specific government permission but also seatbelts and airbags save lives
every day. 32,000 people die in car accidents every year so far five or six have died in airbag accidents. safety experts say they'd much better thaik take a chance with a defective airbag than going out. don't disconnect them. >> thank you for answering all our questions. appreciate it. it's 8:09 right now. let's sends it back over to al and carson. >> how are you doing after your ride yesterday? did you recover okay? >> it was a grueling two blocks. >> it was. the legs are heavy today. >> did you tell everybody what you tried to attempt? >> no. >> you literally rode two block, they were going to take her off the route. she pulled over she hit a car t. door was opened. i said are you kidding me? and even she was bad. >> we went a whole extra block. we celebrated at the end. >> the best 11 minutes.
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$10. so hurry in to lowe's now for big summer savings. join red nose day, a national event to help lift children out of poverty. it's easy: support red nose day at walgreens and start making a difference. it's a good laugh for a good cause. tune in on may 21st to watch the red nose day benefit live on nbc. time for what's trending today. we are hoping matt will join us for trending. first item up this morning. when you were learning to drive, what was the hardest part of the
test? parallel parking. >> clearly, guess what it may not be a thing for long. at least in maryland that state has just dropped parallel parking as a mandatory part of the test. >> yes. [ cheers ] >> officials say one supporter said nobody died parallel parking. so why so much focus on it. >> and they make cars now that will do it for you. >> no one die, but there are a lot of bumpers dinged because of it. >> i turfed my neighbor's front lawn practicing the k team. they still haven't forgiven me. >> what is the k-turn? >> a three-point turn. you don't need to know it. >> i was checking to see if you know. >> folks feeling stressed out, who isn't, we will help you out. researchers have determined a way to help you breathe easier at work and the secret sounds
something like this. you hear that? that's the waterfall. apparently the, that's the key. waterfall, basketballing brooks helps -- babbleing brooks helps you tune out distractions. >> it's not like that light noise you use at night? it's cool. >> are you sitting? >> i'm sitting. barely perched. >> are you on your donut? >> no i'm actually okay there. thanks for asking. a few months ago actress eva mendez warned women not to wear them or rick divorce. this may not be true. some say men find sweat pants
sexy. a male writer says frumpy clothes, some men actually like. on the list he put turtlenecks. >> i like turtlenecks. >> and sweat pants. >> you never saw marlin monroe in a turtleneck? >> that's different. marlin. >> i don't find them sexy. i have no opposition to them. i don't find them sexy. >> they're so loose. they can fall off. it's comfortable. >> there is a purpose. >> what about turtlenecks? >> i think that's nice too. >> i have a strong aversion to men in turtlenecks. i don't know. i have to talk to my therapist about it. >> i would agree with that. >> you agree? >> in a mock turtleneck. >> that is hot.
h of h h-o-t. >> look at the opening. beautiful. >> that's right. >> we have been a little busy. we have been talking about david letterman's farewell. jennifer lawrence spoke for a lot of people with this message when she wrote -- don't do this! no one is sick of you. it's all in your head. check out the stars who turned out for dave's top ten list. >> dave i have no idea what i will do when you go off the air. you know i just thought of something, i'll be fine. >> i'm just glad your show is being given to another white guy! >> dave, you are to comedy what i am to comedy. >> thanks for finally proving men can be funny! [ cheers ] [ applause ] >> dave i'll never have the money i owe you. >> all right. huge stars turned out.
there is dave going down the line thanking them all. what a night it was letterman's replacement stephen colbert starts in september. >> what will happen until then? >> replays. >> they'll put the waterfall on for people at night. >> all right. just ahead the barrier-breaking model and cover girl determined to change the fashion world forever. she is doing it too. first, let's get a check of the weather. >> announcer: today's weather is brought to you by walgreens. at the corner of happy and healthy. i don't think i've ever done the weather in jeans before. very odd. anyway we got a lot of wet weather down through texas. it continues there. orlando, you are looking pretty good. lots of sunshine. we are expecting to see hot, humid weather. temperatures will be in the low 90s. here's what we got for the weekend. memorial day, a slight risk of
strong storms down through texas. a lot of wet weather through the eastern half of the country. east coast looking good. the heat will start to build, sunday sunday! we got a gorgeous eastern third of the country, more wet weather, sunshine through the southwest. then on memorial day, itself. wet weather in northern new england. the gulf coast stays wet through florida as well. showers from the great lakes through the northern plains and wet weather interior sections and the good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. clouds are here. rain is on the wayment a chilly day ahead. temperatures will climb into the upper 50s and low 60s. with rain falling this afternoon, they will start to come down during the afternoon hours. clearing skies tonight by tomorrow morning. 40s and low 50s. sunshine, a little bit breeze y for friday. 76 degrees. toes the winds bring cooler weather for saturday. a nice warm-up with sunshine. there is a cannes of a
thunderstorm memorial day monday. have a great day. and that's your latest weather. savannah. >> all right, al thank you so much. if you don't know the name tes holly day, the activist and model is working hard to promote self acceptance tolerance and love. we will talk to tes in a moment but more on her journey. >> i'm a size 22 i'm rocking it filming it. >> she's fierce and on fire with close to a million facebook fans and more than 700,000 instagram followiers. tess holiday is encouraging people to celebrate their curves. >> try it. why not? you have nothing to lose. >> she wasn't always this confident. as a child, tess says she was bullied by her peers and booed by her stepfather. she became a single mother at 19-years-old. >> no one tells you when you get older, you never escape the
bullying. it stays with you. now on social media it's still prevalent. >> but tess is now sharing her story, fighting back using the power of social media for good as the first modem of her size to sign with a major agency she is paving the way of acceptance. >> i want to feel sexy and confident. >> a decision to share her love of fashion with friends and a few fans turns tess holholliday into a super star proudly showcasing her body and bravery. >> great, great, beautiful. >> tess holliday good morning. it's good to see you. >> good morning, it's good to see you. >> have you seen this? "people" magazine you are on the cover. >> it's crazy. >> repeat you are on the cover of "people" magazine! >> i have been reading it since i was a kid. so to be on the cover is like surreal. >> i heard you were at the airport you saw it on the stand,
a hello moment. >> the lady was putting it out and i asked her to dig it out for me. then i cried. yeah. >> oh. oh. it's amazing your journey at i go es the first big thing that happened to you is you got signed by the major model agency. who was that like? what was that moment like? >> i actually thought like she had the wrong number or it was like a joke and then once i signed with them like my life i thought it was busy before my life completely changed and i thought i knew so much about the industry but i have learned so much. it's been an incredible like past few months. >> you are breaking barriers because even though there are plus-size models as you say, are you the first size 22 to get the big contract to be on a major cover magazine like "people." >> i wanted it to happen for a long time him i never fixed it would happen. this was a wildest dreams moment for me. so for it to happen or even be sitting here to be on the cover
like it's kind of like winning the lottery. >> what's your message? because a lot of young women look up to you and say, look if she can accept her body and be so proud and be so beautiful, then i can, too. >> i think for me it's all about accepting yourself the way you are now and loving who you are today and if you want to do whatever you want to do do it. but you are okay just the way you are today. >> you said that you were a young girl you received a lot of bullying. you went through hard things we just mentioned it in the piece, how did you overcome that? >> i had a lot of people around me that were supportive. my mom was supportive as much as she could and i think delusion really got me as far as i am. i just few that you know life could be better if i just put myself out there and really like kept believing in myself and i think that's really how i got where i am. >> i think the reaction you have gotten has been overwhelmingly positive.
there are people who say, okay wait a minute. she's plus size she's size 22 and they say, is this a good message with regard to your health? i know you have an answer to that. >> i think size is an indicator of health. i feel like health is so personal for everybody. it's really like my business and everybody's business with what we do with our bodies and what healthy means to us. so i just ignore them and keep living the dream. >> you have accomplished so much already. is there another big milestone you've loved to reach? >> i want to be here talking to you on the cover of "voke." >> come back when you do you promise? tess holliday. wait you should sign my copy. >> okay. i will. >> thank you by the way, "people" body issues on news stands now. >> thank you savannah thank you, tess. look who i found the winner of "the voice." here is sawyer fredericks. what gottesman nick cannon
dancing all morning long? it's for a big cause. we will check in with nick too. we will hear from sawyer fredericks at least in your home >> announcer: nbc 10 news starts now. good morning. i'm rose mary connors. a few minutes before 8:30. brittney shipp is tracking wet weather in the forecast. eventually later this week things should look better right? >> pemd looks better tanhan today. temperatures well below average today. mainly in the high 50s, low 60s. the rain already pushing spo the area. already if cape may and atlantic city. you will notice the rain stays heavier to the south of the city. south jersey the northern and central portions of delawarement look at the temperatures by 5:00. mainly in the 50s. well below the average of 75.
i'll have are the seven-day forecast in 020 minutes. >> if you are headed to the shore for memorial day weekend, a traffic detour. the heavily traveled townsend inlet bridge will be closed as crews finish making repairs. we did checking and it could be closed for another three weeks. here's owe to get around it. if you teed to get from seattle to avalon we have carted a path. head inland take route 9 called shore road. goornd townsend inlet. i'm sure that will be backed up. keep it in mind. another update in 25 minutes. now back to the "today" show. have a good one with.
♪ ♪ >> it's 8:30 now. it's the 21st of may, 2015. just 24 hours from now, we will be kicking off our 20th anniversary together concert series. right here with help from one of the hottest stars in music, megan trainer will be here. awesome. >> and to get you ready, coming up we are looking back at some
of our favorite concert moments ever. that's right. speaking of music, we have sawyer fredericks who came out after season 8 of "the voice." he will tell us what he has next. plus the summer blockbuster season kicks off, will isthere is something for everyone. savannah will show you them all. >> we will get ready for a facebook chat at 10:00 eastern. so lock on tamron. see that little look in your eye. >> yes. more personal the better. >> guy, first as we've said it is red nose day, matt of course rode a bike for a great cause. now check out our buddy nick cannon who is dancing ♪ >> he's been doing it since 8:00 p.m. last night. he can't stop. look at those shoes. here comes nick cannon dancing
in the plaza. >> look at him. >> hey, nick. why don't you all dance along to make it easier for ya? explain the dancing form. >> 12 hours in right? >> 13. >> nick. >> i had to dance 24 hour hours straight. we're doing it for red nose day. >> we all started moving with you. >> it's working for you? >> are you fatigued at all, tired? >> i had a lot of cramps earlier in the night. i'm good now. >> can you feel your legs? >> is there a go-to move? >> the na y, na y. >> the na y-na y. >> you got to do the hips. >> it's all in the hips. >> can you eat? can you take a break, a bathroom break? >> five minute breaks to hydrate. >> wrangles doing the wrangles. >> why the dancing?
>> it's red nose thing is all about having a good time having fun. people say i'm a good dancer. >> are you a great dancer. >> i have been dancing all my life. i did it on agt. i did a film in jamaica called "king of the dancing hall." i'm in the dancing mood. matt rode a bike. anybody can ride a bike. >> do the na y-na y. >> you are going to come into my house and talk about my man matt? >> i come here everything he is doing, but do the na y-na y. simon says. >> matt wants to see you na y-na y all the way to massachusetts. nick cannon everybody. you can catch him. a huge red nose celebration tonight 8:00/7:00 central. >> na n-na y no no we will show you what we got way way. for today, wet weather and a
strong risk of storms along the north carolina coast. wet weather through the gulf coast. back into the southwest. into the pacific northwest interior sections of the cascades as well. tomorrow again, we are looking at a beautiful day in the eastern half of the country really a lot of wet weather continues in texas. flooding will be a big problem. look for rain in the pacific northwest. a slight risk of strong storms in north texas again. all in all, not too bad. we got nice folks over here hanging out. where are you guys from? >> florida. >> what's your name? >> dustin and jeff. >> nice good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. clouds are here. rain is on the way. a chilly day ahead. temperatures will climb into the upper 50s and low 60s. with rain falling this afternoon, they will start to come down during the afternoon hours. clearing skies tonight by tomorrow morning. 40s and low 50s. sunshine, a little bit breeze y
for friday. 76 degrees. the winds bring cooler weather for saturday. a nice warm-up with sunshine. there is a chance of a thunderstorm memorial day monday. have a great day. top stop. feeling good. >> was it your first flight when you came out? >> it was my first plane ride. there were a lots of firsts in this show. >> it's a grueling process. you were north of new york city in saltonville. what are you most looking forward to see something.
>> my dog, my family and play video games. >> have you been home yet or are you on your way? >> i'm on my way. >> you made an impression from the second you took the stage. all four chairs turned around. they were fighting over you. you had so many unique moments on the show was there a highlight for you? >> singing with john fog arartie was ay /* fogarty was amazing. i know a lig highlight was r raylamontagne wrote you a song it's tough on itunes. >> i mean getting that song was amazing, it's such a beautiful song. the lyrics it's awesome. in that case i couldn't ask for anything more for him writing me a song to sing on the show.
it's awesome. it's a dream come true. >> how about your folks? sawyer's parents came up at a nice moment when i crowned him, it was a great feeling. how has this been for your parents and your family? >> it's been awesome. i know they are super proud of me. i know they are always proud of me. they're really happy. >> are you a celebrity in the house, do you still have to do farm chores and clean up after the cows? >> i like doing that it's fun. i like doing physical work on the farm. i'm probably the only one that really enjoys it. >> you are working on an album. you have to be proud you did it for team pharrell. proud of you, buddy. >> congratulations enjoy, enjoy your trip home as well. >> glad it worked out for this guy, sawyer fredericks. we got your ultimate guide to this year's summer movies. first this is "today" on nbc.
>> we are back at 8:39. this weekend marks the unofficial start of summer. hollywood will be busy rolling out blockbusters to get us into theaters. so what should be on your must-see list. fandango is owned by nbc universal. good morning. >> good morning. >> there is real popcorn, not stage popcorn. let's get to the top of it. >> "tomorrowland" opens tomorrow. this is the futuristic adventure from disney starring george clooney. this is a movie you don't want to know too much before you go in. it is for families. i liked it. it's inspirational, imagine native. >> it looks like it has great effects, too. i saw this next one "san andreas. >> a 9.5 earthquake hits the
coast. special effects and dwayne johnson and paul giamatti great characters as well. you cannot believe the special effects. >> there is a real story in this next one. melissa mccarthy, my favorite. she's in "spy. request itself. >> -- "spy." >> she was directed in "bradzmaids" and "the hoet" this time she's a little bumbleing cia act. she manages to get it together. very funny. >> this next one jt jurassic park." >> this one steven spielberg hand picked this director an indy film director, there you see chris pratt in the lead role. i love he is giving off kind of indiana jones vibes. >> i'm all about that. >> me too. can't wait. >> speaking of hot men.
"magic mike xxl" hits the theater. more beef cake? >> july 1st i will be at the gym every day until this movie comes out. we are into the july movies. almost the entire cast is back. matthew mcconaughey is not returning, this time they take a roadtrip to myrtle beach to go to a stripper convention when sandra bullock tells you hsu trailers are making her ovulate, you know it's hot. >> another one from our sister company universal, mignons. everyone loves "the mignons". >> we did a fandango survey. people said they were most looking forward to it's a prequel to the "despicable me" movies. sandra bullock factors in all over the place and john hamm they're super villain, they want to steal queen elizabeth's crown.
this takes place in the '60s, mad fun. >> like "mad men" era for mignon next one "ant men. >> it's a marvel movie. the latest super hero movie following the avengers and don't you like paul rudd? i think he is so funny. i want to see what he brings with his unique humor. and his genre. it should be funny. >> we are seeing a lot of blockbuster times. southpaw which could be an award contender potentially. >> i think this has awards chance jake gyllenhaal you see totally buffed up. he looks like he's from "magic mike xxl." he fights for the custody of his daughter. and the director directed denzel to his oscar in "training day." >> i should mention "mission impossible" and thank you so much. >> coming up next soup is on
>> and we are back with more of our special series "lost and hungry" with the guys of sorted food mike benefit, jerry, on the youtube sensation. where are the other guys? they have been combing the states for the foods we love the most. last week they had you vote for the dish to prepare. tacos, clam chowder burgers, the iran wither was chowder. so that's what you wanted to see and jamey wright and ben are here with the winning recipe. guys, good to have you here. where are the other fellas sleeping in the hotel? >> we left them in austin. >> thanks, for headed to new
york to make this. by the way, this is so much fun to watch. what's the reaction been like online for you? >> it's been phenom' nam. we have been shocked how many comments and suggestions and recommendations we've had. we haven't actually been that hungry. we had so much food so much to eat. >> do you guys work out on the field? you are in san francisco, how was the chowder you had there? >> unbelievable. a real mix. some in bread bowl the one we will show you today is our favorite from the long island oyster company. it's creamy. >> what do you do? >> first umm jamey wright will watch the clams. >> is there a tip on clams and how to clean them? >> if you let them rinse in water, cold water about 20 minutes, as they breathe, they get rid of the salt and silk you can rinse them. take the loose salt and sand and here we got the ingredients, smoked bacon, bo that tos and
the root village, fish stock and cream. smoked bacon is key, sorted clam smoked bagen. >> that sweetness of all of the vegetables that they cook down. these have been cooking out, you got nice rendered fat. >> when are you in san francisco, are you eating you love something, gow to thego to the chef and say we got to have this recipe? what's the key to chowder? >> there with is a couple things. one, no root. two, fresh clams, he found his own, awesome clams and three a little cream, a little love. >> perfect. >> these all go in here, celerysell celery leek and carrots. >> this sound like one of the
more intimidating soups, how hard is it on the difficulty scale? >> very very simple actually. they're going in here. actually it's very quick. once you got to pa tos. >> those have been cooked? >> these are still raw, still alive. >> that i will go in. at this point any of the broken ones that you see is now in there. >> how do you to get rid of it? they don't open? >> they're still alive, still breathing. touch them. the shock will shut them up. leave them in there over heat. all of this the bacon. >> got it. >> the vegetable, all going in as well. >> got it. >> you got potatoes any potato works? >> chowder needs potatoes. these are waxy potatoes yucon gold. >> you put the cream in there at the end. put the pa potatoes in. cream, this is a lot of cream. it's amazing mess because of it. all that cream goes in. >> we're running out of time.
heat the cream. >> literally you finish it with the parsley, some lemon. >> some bread for dipping. >> yeah. >> it looks like that. >> that's beautiful. guys where are you off to next? >> to austin next. we need people to vote on what we eat when we get there. >> what will it be? chanel jones by the way will join you there, here's your choices, brisket, amazing in austin rib, enchiladas. have fun. say hi to the other guys for us too. we are getting ready to launch our summer concert series. first this is "today" on nbc. .
♪ >> al is eating chowder. >> from massachusetts? >> did you bring five foods? >> oh man. >> we can all slurp. >> we cannot wait for friday it's friday for starters and the holiday array and our first toyota summer concert of the season. >> we have pop super star megan trainor. she will take the stage. this year we are marking 20 years of welcoming hottest acts to our plaza. ♪ >> it all started in 1995 when
earth wind and fire kicked off our plaza concert series ♪ >> and it's been quite a wild ride. from dolly and janet to shania and mariah you name 'em, we've had 'em. the biggest and the best with hundreds of performers through the years. ♪ it's my life". >> we rocked out with bon jovi and springsteen, shook it up with shakira lived it up with ricky martin and even got soaked with gaga. >> let it rain! >> countless chart toppers revved up our morning like
britney, beyonce, and bieber miley, taylor and rihanna ♪ you light up my world ♪ >> the crowds descended by the tens of thousands for boy bands like one direction. and we had girl power, crooners country stars and classics. we've taken the show on the road seen them all and even joined a few. ♪ sweet caroline ♪ >> and as another summer begins we celebrated unforgettable 20 years of music's greatest legends who really put the rock in rockefeller plaza. >> wow! >> we got some good ones. >> earth wind and fire kicked it off. we had santana, chicago. >> so many.
all kick off tomorrow morning with megan trainor. >> nice. >> great. >> remember earlier, we talked about the summer blockbusters. >> yes, we do. >> paul giamatti. >> hey! [ cheers ] >> how are you doing? >> how are you? >> what's going on? >> wow, those clams look good. >> we only brought one spoon. >> i'm lrnlic anyway. >> i knew that. i knew that. >> you are in "san andreas." that fault ran under my middle school. this movie looks fantastic and terrifying no me. >> it's definitely scary. i'm from connecticut. we just like get hurricanes there, no fault lines under connecticut. >> you play a seismologist. >> yes. >> have you ever been in an earthquake? >> a small one in l.a. a. little shaking. that was freaky enough for me. >> how is it that dwayne johnson got the helicopter role and you
got stuck as seismologist? >> it's fair. >> did you? >> he is the rock. >> he's the brains. you will stick around in the 9:00 hour? >> sure. >> you want some clams? >> he's allergic. we established that's not going to happen. >> paul giamatti will be back by the 9:00 hour. talking about the san >> announcer: nbc 10 news starts now. >> good morning. i'm rosemary connors. a few minutes before 9:00 on this thursday. meteorologist brittney shipp is tracking showers moving in. >> especially if you are closerer to the sore by cape may seeing chilly conditions. well below average for this time of year. you could see rain drops there.
a closer look at the radar shows showers and the light rain moving in are from the west. as we head into today this is going to be the pattern. expect temperatures to stay well below average if you are closerer to the shore and our location south of the city. cures in the mid 50s. 62 degrees for the city and locations to the north and west of the city. the rain will be heaviest to the south. >> thank you. we have new information on the deadly amtrak derailment in philadelphia. union officials now say the train's engineer had what they call a gruelling shift on the day of the sh crash. railroad workers united say his rest break last tuesday was shorts shortened by delays on his earlier train. he had about an hour to rest and eat before the trip to new york. train 188 derailed in port richmond on the way to fork killing eight and injuring 200. the union said engineers used to get at least 90 minutes rest between trips but amtrak kaengchanged
it in march. amtrak said the change meets federal safety regulations. investigators said bastian didn't report feeling tired. they are checking to see if he was using his cell phone while at the controls of the train. another update in 25 minutes. remember, you can get the latest news and weather with the nbc 10 app. now back to the "today" show. have a good one.
take" paul giamatti in a seismic blockbuster. a star-studded farewell to "late night" legend paul letterman, ty penington shows us some diy designs. all that and more coming up now. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's take" live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> welcome to "today" this thursday morning, may 21st 2015. it is red nose day. that's why you saw those balloons out there. matt completed his long bike ride i'm willie, along with al,
tamron and natalie. >> i'm explain. it's not a part of red nose day, although it should be. >> you are testing this ampy. if. >> if you spend half your life looking for a usb place to charge your phone. this could be the ticket. >> what does it do? >> matt could have charged his phone the spire time he was riding. >> it converts your energy into battery power. >> we'll explain. at the end this phone is completely dead. she's been involved with the whole matt lauer production tour dered nose. i'm out of breath. >> one minute in. >> at the end of this talk, the take, we i'll plug it in. we will see how much energy we generated do get her phone recharged. >> it's a great bit. >> meanwhile, i'm not distracting whatsoever. you guys talk amongst yourselves. >> this is an amazing prank. it's a prank? oh no. >> no no, it's real. >> it better not be a prank. tell us about letterman, you
stayed up all night and watched? >> tamron watched. >> we all watched. >> you didn't stay up? >> yeah, we did. >> 33 years. are you going to be doing that the whole time? whose idea was this? a show of hands. >> is there a problem? >> after 33 years of late night television, david letterman had a star-studded sendoff. i can't do it. top ten things you've always wanted to say to dave. >> i have to keep going. >> dave i have no idea what i'll do when you go off the air. you know, i just thought of something -- i'll be fine. >> honestly dave, i've always found you to be a bit of an overreactor. overreactor. >> i'm just glad your show is being given to another white guy. >> thanks for letting me take part in another hugely
disappointing series finale. >> dave, you are to comedy what i am to comedy. >> thanks for finally proving men can be funny. >> dave, i'll never have the money i owe you. >> oh, no. so good. so funny. >> that was great. >> they started with gerald ford talking about the long nightmare is over a historic clip. they went into other presidents saying our long national nightmare is over. >> that was the best open of the show. i love that. >> the best moment is how he lit up introducing his wife and sons. >> yes. >> which is ostensibly why he is doing this. it's great. >> i want to thank my own family, my wife regina and my son harry.
thank you. just seriously, just thank you for being my family. i love you both and really nothing else matters. does it? >> that's a beautiful moment. >> so sweet. >> that was about as sentimental as he got. which i thought was perfect for dave. he's not going to go out in tears. >> i think and i don't know this, but it's a traditional open. when he runs across the stage to get to the other side. he comes out, there was a longer than usual beep. i wonder if he was trying to compose himself or taking in the moment? >> they hung on that shot a while. >> where's dave? >> i love how, obviously, the sincerity behind his thank yous. it's easy to say, thank you. but going down the line of all of those celebrities the comediennes he xhunsed others close friends, he admired or admired him. i felt such a sincerity with his
thank yous. it was so touching. he was so excited with peyton manning. >> it almost seems to me like b.b. king his style and his music influenced all these rock stars who are still making music today and david letterman has -- has influenced. >> i'm sorry. >> influenced everybody who is on "late night" today. >> we heard from a lot of them last night and over the last couple weeks. >> i love that he thanked the audience all the people that tuned in for him day in, day out. >> boy, you can't take me seriously? >> no, not even a little bit. >> no, no. >> colbert takes over september the 8th. >> are they doing reruns? >> there you go. that's good. so you get more letterman. >> all the time. >> so for the past week, our good buddy matt lauer has been doing a terrific amitzva,
started in boston fenway park on sunday and has been riding from there to here raising money for red nose day, $150000 going to organizations who support children and young folks living in poverty. it was great. i got to ride with him. na n, na t nat i know you did. >> half of what savannah did. she did four blocks, so you did two. what a grace cause. how much money raised? >> $150,000. can you still donate to 80777 text today. you can do nate $10 tonight is the big show here on nbc. >> nick cannon right now is doing a 24 hour-hour dance-a-thon. 80777 dance leading up to the
red nose special tonight. >> brilliant. >> i'm charging all the phones in new york. >> it really does work. i'm praying that it works. we need there to work. >> it doesn't matter whether it works or not. in fact, it would probably be more fun if it doesn't. >> some people are so worried when i charge the phone. >> look at this phone. it's a j.k. long or one of our producer, this thing is all busted up. >> that shows she's an a-one producer. so i'm working hard. >> okay. so do we have the cheetah video? >> i believe we do. >> they tell me -- i'm surprised. okay. what happens when a group of tourists at a major resort in southwest kenya run into a cheetah and it jumps on the car. well, you see for yourself. >> oh! oh! oh! oh him! >> okay.
>> aw. >> okay. >> this is one of those what would you do moments? but in reality, you just freeze, because there is really nothing you can do. nothing in life will prepare you for that. >> do you help the cheetah out? >> you push it out. >> that's not helping him out. that's shoving him out. how frightening is that? >> he seems pretty docile. >> he's probably in shock. here's my thing, you can't drive off at this moment because he's perched on top of the -- i went on a safari last year. it's one of those things oh my gosh, what a wonderful experience to be out there and halfway through the safari, i was like, why am i standing this close to that lion? >> did they tell you that's the end of the pet? >> the guy said to me, i wasn't going to pet the other end. >> either way, it's not a great deal. >> i'd rather that end. a guy was dangling like a piece
of meat. she's not going to be interested in you, they're not interested in humans until, you know they're around the age of three. i said how old is she? he says, two-and-a-half. >> this is a fast learner. a little advanced in its class. >> right. >> valedictorian of lions. >> it's a beautiful lion. >> you know what i feel like eating meat. >> a scarf on her head. >> tamron, i'm pretty excited. you know why? >> why? >> tamron is competing in the kitchen tonight going head-to-head with alicia quarrels in e! on e news. you have to cook a dish with three mystery ingredients. don't give us the outcome. what happened here? what's the deal? >> so alicia and i are great friends. all bets were off.
>> were you cooking in high heels? >> that's the thing. it was a set up. alicia had on flats. no one told me i needed to wear flats. so i came in the kitchen with high heels and but armed with a lot of heart and i wanted to represent team "today's take." we do so many cooking segments. mr. roker is the best cook in the world. so i had to represent. >> so what were the mystery ingredients? >> we showed egg, asparagus and some kind of green bean thing. >> it sounds like an omelet. >> i loved the teetering on the high heels. >> dumb stefanie? an omelet. -- a dumb dun mr.mmy hello. >> let's see if it works.
>> well it doesn't, i got two bars before i started that worked. this better work. >> really? >> it had two bars before? >> yeah, so let's see. >> then it's going to work. >> look at this, no, no not the battery thing. so that means it's coming up. >> oh. >> you said you had two bars before she started and it's still on two bars. >> all we know the phone is charging. >> it came back on. >> it didn't before. >> so you feel like that was worth it? >> no. >> maybe you have to do it longer. >> if you were in a marathon. >> why don't you call somebody that cares. >> oh. >> meanwhile i got to do the weather. >> it's $99 bucks from ampy. it is charging. >> if you are hiking in the woods. >> read the instruction, like how long would you need? oh the picture came on. >> it's charged.
whew! [ applause ] >> 68%. where are we going? she's getting lots of texts. >> you can get more battery life from running from camera to camera. >> coming over to you, al 69%. it is fully charged. it's charging. >> all right. there you go. see. take that. yeah. we like that. a slight risk of strong storms along the north carolina coast today. wet weather through the gulf. some rain in the pacific good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. clouds are here. rain is on the way. a chilly day ahead. temperatures will climb into the upper 50s and low 60s. with rain falling this afternoon, they will start to come down during the afternoon hours. clearing skies tonight by tomorrow morning. 40s and low 50s. sunshine, a little bit breeze y for friday. 76 degrees. the winds bring cooler weather for saturday. a nice warm-up with sunshine. there is a chance of a thunderstorm memorial day monday. have a great day.
. two bars it already had. >> i didn't add more to the two bars. >> apparently, clearly it worked. we showed you the red dead battery that shows up. >> anything you add -- >> we will get to you in just a moment, paul. >> i mean, honest to god. honestly. >> let me charge your phone. >> can you charge several? >> if you charge my phone up, too, hold on, hold on. do you have to run twice as fast if you charge up mine as well? >> you want me to do it? i'll do it. >> natalie will be happy to do it. >> it will charge up. >> if it's up to me. >> i'm just going to plug it in like everybody else does. you know i think i'm sticking with plugging it in. you don't have to run on national television. >> paul giamatti up next. >> i'm a survivalist. >> paul giam ♪ ♪ nah nah nah ♪
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than 90 films and tv shows. some of our favorites include "private parts" his role as myles, the cranky wine lover and the oscar winning film "sideways" as well. >> now paul plays a seismologist in the action film "san andreas" he is trying to warn people the earthquakes are far from over. >> seismology terms what we're experiencing is a swarm event. basically california's tactonic shift is broken. it's not aftershocks i'm talking about. san francisco will get hit again, it will be a bicker monster again. the models are predicting a 9.5 or greater. it will be so big, even though what's happening here in california, you will feel it on the east coast. >> wloe!
>> nice. >> even though it's coming to an end, when it comes out of your mouth, those words, i'm okay. >> i'm actually comforting? i'd be with you. >> a lot of it is done on green screen, special effects right? >> our stuff, my big action sequence where i dove under a table. that's huge action actually they said to us the set is going to shake. oh, okay. the whole thing really, really shook. somehow the floor did everything did and so the first time we did it, we were all flipped out. it was cool. so the rest of it was for them. the other guys was green screen. >> i love how this movie shows your range. you have been pig vomit. you have been john adams and everything in between. now, big blockbuster seismologist. this is a bit of a departure for you? >> i suppose so. i am eager. no i was eager to do a big action film like that. i loved these disaster movies.
look at me. >> incredible. >> just diving right under the table. >> "the poseidon adventure" it's old school. >> it is old school. >> we mentioned you are such a brilliant actor from the seismologist and playing a president. is it true you wanted to be a car toonist, that's something you have in common with mr. roker? >> that's true i didt to be an an animator. >> we kind of look like cartoon characters. >> we kind of do true. >> in fact, we look a lot alike. >> i did want to do it. you know, it's really tedious. the animation thing is tedious. that's all the reasons i didn't end up doing it. >> 24 hour drawings per second. >> computers and everything now. >> that's a deal breaker.
we will see if i can go all out. >> who can be the voice of it. >> absolutely. >> is it true that at one point you sold juice machines? >> yeah. that's true. >> really? not many of them. yeah. i worked. you know, when i worked in seattle when i first moved out there there was a guy that had a whole juice machine. they were really not very good ones. they were big clunky ones that got all jammed up with stuff. i would go out with a guy to the malls. he did the selling. i set him up. then i sat back and let him do the selling. >> so you were the beauty of the group. >> i was going to stay, i stayed out. i was not a good tiesadvertisement for a fitness drink. i wasn't. can i have a cigarette, please, and stuff? >> it was like grey. >> stay over there. i'm a really bad advertiser for fitness machines, so i just set
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things. >> put out an album? >> yeah, that's the first step. >> you said you were missing home a lot. you help your parents out on the farm. your mom is here, kiersten your brother mike. what did they think of the big moment? they were there with you? >> i know my mom and my whole family is super proud of me. i know they are always going to be proud of me. they are really happy and super excited. >> i am sure you have a huge homecoming waiting for you. we'll let you go. can you play us out to break? >> there you go, take it away hey america, still not sure whether to stay or go to your people? ♪ well this summer, stay with choice hotels twice and get a $50 gift card you can use for just about anything. go you always have a choice. book now at choicehotels.com i've been the same shade of red for many years. it's time to change it up! hello, golden blonde. shift a shade with nice'n easy.
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cooler by the shore. we recover into the weekend. look at sunday. 81 degrees. memorial day, 87 with a chance of showers. >> looking forward to it. this morning police are looking for the person who shot a man and left him in the middle of the street in west philadelphia. investigators tell us as if it wasn't bad enough a drunk driver then ran over the shooting victim who died. nbc 10 was on the scene near 42nd street where police picked up a dozen shell casings. the victim was shot at close range . the man was run over by an elder hi driver who was arrested on suspicion of dui. officials in philadelphia will today unveil the only outdoor roller skating rink at the spruce street harbor park on the delaware river water front. both harbor park and rollerer skating rink will open to the public tomorrow. i'm rosemary connors. another update in 25 minutes. back to the "today" show for now. have a good one.
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depression can be an early symptom of parkinson's zeerz a research factor. they did a long-term study of middle age and older adults, those diagnosed with depression were about 50% more likely than others to have developed parkinson's disease. and an alarming sight off the coast of california. more than a dozen young great white sharks were spotted in the waters off huntington beach. the sharks could be seen feeding 50 feet from shore. they were between 6 and 10-feet long. thankfully there were no swimmers in those waters. let's get a check of the weather, from mr. roker. >> you mean not any more? >> stay far away. >> let's show you what's happening. for today, our saturday, as we get into the weekend memorial day, temperatures warming up nicely. unfortunately, more severe weather for our friends in texas into oklahoma.
rain into the plains as well. sunshine in southern california continues on sunday 71 in l.a. 66 and sunny in seattle. to the gulf coast. in fact by memorial day on monday, the makings of a heat wave from washington to the south, back into the gulf coast. more rain into the central plains, the sunshine continues into the southwest, souther good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. clouds are here. rain is on the way. a chilly day ahead. temperatures will climb into the upper 50s and low 60s. with rain falling this afternoon, they will start to come down during the afternoon hours. clearing skies tonight by tomorrow morning. 40s and low 50s. sunshine, a little bit breezy for friday. 76 degrees. the winds bring cooler weather for saturday. a nice warm-up sunday with sunshine. there is a chance of a thunderstorm memorial day monday. have a great day.
>> and that is your latest weather. guys. >> thank you, al. we're heading into a long holiday weekend. so you may have extra time to take on do it yourself projects around the house to brighten things up. >> so we brought in ty penington the master of all things american diner revival. good to see you man. >> good to be here. >> we will get to the game in a second. we want to hear about this new show "diner survival." >> it's awesome. a lot of fun. what we do is they're really american icons going the way of the diane sawyer they're competing with bigger chains we go in and rescue a diner from going out of business. the whole town rallies hein it. people wake up early to be there for the entire community. so it's a lot of fun. >> it's not just the look of the diner, the menu. >> we have an amazing chef. she does an amazing number on the menu as well. >> a cool idea. >> we are trying to figure out what is diy and what is
designer right? >> what is probably store bought and sort of made with your own hands. >> what do we do put these tacks on? >> yeah. >> diy. >> okay. >> all right. ♪ >> well, you can't put that tag up. >> i'll put it up there. >> all right. >> okay. >> this guy right here for sure. >> yes. dell. dell. >> that's too easy. >> it's like an easter egg hunt. >> it is. >> i'm going to do that. >> real quick ty. >> okay. done. may have been it's that. i don't know. i'm changing my mind. >> that. >> i'll take yours then. >> okay. >> sit it on top there. >> it's probably all diy. >> you put a tag on it you believe it's -- >> correct. >> made by someone's hands on the things on the table you stuck them on the item. >> on this right here. >> on the entire table.
>> that's why you declared it, willie? >> if you didn't do that you are absolutely correct. actually really easy to make. it can be bought at a store. it's an old palette. that's one, that is actually store bought. you can make it. a group of daisys, well, the birds and the bees worked on. that but yes, hanging baskets, very simple to do using wall anchors, the next thing you know it's a place where you can store pictures even a beautiful picture of amanda and i from the new show. >> that can be made so simply with tape and a little patience. now, this is one thing you guys didn't. this is made by hand. i will show you quickly. >> oh that's cool. >> using a spindle you can actually make your own sofa table right behind i'll show you in a minute. you guys did good. >> how about these pillows? no. >> i actually stitched those for two days. no kidding, they're store
bought. >> all right. can you show us what to do over here? >> the table. we will start off with a little coffee table. >> it's really something very simple to do. you take an old palette. first thing you want to do is replace the cracks where the wood may be splitting. glue that together. you get a lot of standing in, smooth it down as smooth as humanly possible. prime and paint it. it's a fun punchy green. once it's painted, you literally screw your castors on using sort of three-inch screws. we want to make sure it's ride enough the head won't go through. you simply just screw them into place. next thing you know you got wheels. >> you get these wheels at home depot, hardware stores? >> at any home center. the lock is great. the sander, the drill. >> you have artwork. the tape there this is a piece of plywood.
this is a two by two. you use painters tape. what i usually do is mark off about six inches to create a grid. from there, you can use your tape, get a diagonal line. use circles, geometric shape paint it. you pull the tape off. you get a nice clean look. >> i don't know about that. i got skills. ty. congratulations. >> up next how to recognize if you are having a stroke. it could happen to anyone at any ta vo: today's the day. more and more people with type 2 diabetes are learning about long-acting levemir®. as my diabetes changed it got harder to control my blood sugar. today, i'm asking about levemir®. vo: levemir® is an injectable insulin that can give you blood sugar control for up to 24 hours. and levemir® helps lower your a1c. levemir® lasts 42 days without refrigeration. that's 50% longer than lantus® which lasts 28 days. levemir® comes in flextouch® the latest in insulin pen technology from novo nordisk. levemir® is a long-acting insulin
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first, two women who survived share their stories. >> i was only 49 and the picture of good health balancing a career and raising my daughters. and then on a day like any other, i was sitting in my car in a grocery store parking lot and dropped my phone. i realized immediately that the right side of my body was lagging. i managed to hit the redial button and quickly said to my husband, i'm having a stroke. my husband herd gibberish. my thoughts remember forming. i could not speak the words. i knew i needed help quickly. fortunately my husband don is a retired fireman and recognized the garbled speech as a sign of stroke. because we recognized the signs, i got immediate treatment and survived and last weekend i stood proudly as my daughter graduated college. two days before my sister's wedding, i entered the gym. assuming i pulled a muscle, i took painkillers. on the night before my sister's
wedding i was lying in the hotel room next to her when i had my stroke. i never made it to her wedding. she was crying in the wedding pictures. my brother had to take over the speech. at age 28 i leaned on my family as my support system. i was determined to come back strong and ran the new york city marathon as a survivor. last september i walked down the aisle at my own beautiful wedding. >> oh my god. >> they join us along with dr. caroline brock. good morning, ladies. okay. you ladies are an inspiration. you both have overcome so much. listening, to your symptoms. you thought it was a pain in your neck. you injured yourself in the gym. >> it was immediately after i worked out, i started feeling a really bad pain like i pulled a muscle. i started to have quick visualizations. i thought there was water on my phone. i started to drive there was
diamonds in the road. but it still didn't make me think, looking back, it's a little funny, that there was something wrong. >> you never would have thought at your age something was wrong. you either. i mean you say you are doing well. you look great. have there been more effects, though, long-term effects of the stroke? >> no, not really. i actually just went back to coaching shortly after, because i, you know, they needed me. so, you know, i wasn't going to let that set me back. so i decide, you know, it's time to come back. i have to come back strong. i have to show people even you have a stroke, you go on with your life. so i just got done coaching a softball team and amazing amazing girls and, yeah, so i'm back. i'm back. >> you are moving forward with your life, doctor give us examples of there is no age no gender, women are more affected by a stroke which we don't talk about. why not?
>> i mean really, the interesting thing is people don't think strokes occur to younger people. they think it happens when you are older. that's not true. these stories exemplyfy it can happen at any age. it shows the potential for a recovery. people think you have a stroke. it's not it. caroline is my patient. she is doing very, very well. the important thing is getting treatment right away. recognizing the signs and symptoms. >> you talk about an acting a /* an act ro acrony mr. fast. >> we want people to act fast. few think of the word fast, face, right, all of a sudden their base the is drooping. you ask them to smile, they can't smile very well. >> that might be a people. you ask them to lift up their arms. if they can't, it's weak on one side, that might be a sign of a
stroke. you ask them to speak in a sentence if it's garbled or they're confused, they can't say what they want to say, that might be a problem. t is time. everybody googles symptoms and calls a friend and says what should i do? really, you call 911 immediately. get to the closest hospital to get treatment. >> quickly is there a device to reduce our risk for stroke? >> absolutely. 80% of strokes can be prevented. you need to know your own risk factors. if you have high blood pressure, you treat it. if you smoke you stop. all these things are important to identify and control and you can really prevent a stroke from occurring at all. >> ruth, caroline, congratulations. graduation, weddings, everything. so oh thank you for sharing your stories and educating all of us. thank you dr. brockington. for more information on stroke prevention and aware inside go to today.com. we will be right back. dash and i post about 300 videos per day on different social media websites. so this is the celebrity section... it's just the bonus size for our customers.
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she became a hit with her honest takes on parenthood and sippy cups are not for chardonnay and happy time is the new happy hour. >> a book on overparenting "gum my bears." >> thank you. >> you say kale is a four letter word and nobody should be forced to play the piano. you say you are as guilty as the rest of us as doing a little overparenting. >> i am definitely guilty. i have a lot of opinions because i realize i am doing the overparenting or i'm getting way too focused on organics and i look at gummy bears. they're make them. it's a gummy bear. put some sugar in it. you know what i mean? >> organic sugar. >> it's even better for you. >> kale it should be made of corn syrup. >> we will play a little word association with you. we got some typical family topics. you will throw out what you
think of t. family dinner. >> did you a couple years ago the study came out if you don't sit down as a family every day your kids will turn into drug addicts or go to jail. i think that's too much. come on, first of all we're all busy, right. a lot of us don't have time to sit down every day with our kids and there's other way -- i don't want to have dinner with bob the builder at 5:30. >> this is true. >> i want to have dinner with my husband at 9:30. that's okay. you can spend quality time with your kids other ways. >> my child is gifted. >> everyone has one the gifted child. >> it's not possible if only 2 to 5% of kids are gifted. >> they are gifted. mine are really gifted. >> i'm sure they are. >> they are. >> i have been giving mine gifts. i'm confused. >> they're gifted. >> it's not enough for them to be gifted. they have to be highly gifted. >> oh, your kid is gifted. no, they're highly gifted.
i'm sure they are. >> they are so gifted. they do a lot of this. quality artwork. like this. >> unfortunately, they can't all be picassos right. they were so afraid to throw it away? what if they find it? >> my kids took it out of the trash. >> what happened? i have to go, i don't know, oh my god. >> you threw that away. >> there should be a museum with artwork on it. we are back in a moment. first this is "today" on nbc.
>> announcer: nbc 10 thus starts now. >> good morning. i'm rosemary connors. it's 9:56. a cloudy day for us. brittney shipp is tracking the forecast. >> here's a live look at the comcast center. you can see the rain drops on the camera. mostly cloudy skies. as we head into today, continuing with light rainfall. you can see light rain moving into thesouthern parts of
burlington county. more on the way from the west. temperatures will stay down. well below average for this time of year in the mid 70s and set today. in the 50s along the shore. low 60s in the city by 11:00 a.m. >> anybody who will be down the shore for memorial day weekend we want you to know the heavily traveled townsend inlet bridge will be closed as crews will be finishing up repairs. the bridge connects sea isle city and avalon. it could stay closed for another three weeks into the summer. here is how to get around it if you don't toe. you nood to get from sea isle to avalon or vice versa. here is the path. head inland take route 9 or shore road around the inlet. we'll have another update in 25 minutes. vai sikahema will see you for the update. you can get the latest fews and weather with the nbc 10 app or on our, nbc10.com. back to the "today" show. have a great day.
from nbs news this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb. >> hey everybody, it is thirsty thursday, may 21st. it's going to be a fun show today. >> you know that song. >> i do. >> love me like you mean it. thastz your theme song. chelsea is going to be on the show singing. and i don't know if you recall, but a while ago -- >> you picked it. and that song is hot. "love me like you mean it". it's going to be fun. and in just a few minutes we'll reveal the gorgeous new look for
the two lovely ladies who happen to be sisters in our ambush makeover. and joy is doing what she does. taking pizza, yep, and turning it into a low-cal version of itself. >> it's a mango strawberry mint. >> oh. >> that'll be fun. also, former grey's anatomy star tells us why he's been getting wild with a lot of celebrities lately. >> wow. >> he's also in that marilyn biopic plays joe dimaggio. two different roles. >> awesome. >> so last night, of course. big, big night for david letterman after 33 years finally said, thank you and good night. >> yeah, it wasn't an emotional, tearful good-bye for dave. but he was like, i think he was true to form wasn't he? it was exactly the way he is. there was poignancy to it, he was funny. one of the top moments was when the celebs came out and read the final top ten list. so the category was things i've
always wanted to say to dave. take a look. >> your extensive plastic surgery was a necessity. and a mistake. >> dave, i have no idea what i'll do when you go off the air. you know, i just thought of something, i'll be fine. >> thanks for letting me take part in another hugely disappointing series finale.q; >> thanks for finally proving men can be funny. >> dave, i'll never have the money i owe you. >> oh, no. >> cute. that was cute. >> he was on the night before. >> he was. >> 136 times i think the paper said. one of the other cool moments was dave thanked his wife and
11-year-old son harry who were in the audience. and then he also gave a shout out to his son's friend. take a look. >> and before the show, harry wanted me to introduce his buddy tommy. tommy, right there. there's tommy! go get 'em tommy! >> wow, tommy got a nice shout out. you wonder how he's feeling this morning. >> yeah. >> you know waking up and not having to rush to new york to -- to start looking at run downs and -- >> what was it like for you the first time you didn't -- when you weren't on the show with regis whatever that was. >> right after a good-bye party, we went to nantucket and my mom and dad were with me. and we had a big crowd of people all weekend long. and it wasn't until it was like a normal weekend. and then on monday morning was was -- and i just -- i was so relieved because it was -- i was ready. >> you were ready. >> i had other things i was
excited about doing. i left with great friends there i still have. i think it's when you have regret that it's hard to move on. >> yeah. >> no regrets. i had 15 of what i thought, hoda of tv i could do. but you changed everything. >> i was waiting patiently for what was coming. >> yes. >> now jordin sparks, i've got my tiger stripes here. jordin has a different kind. remember, she lost more than 50 pounds. looks beautiful. opened up in "people" magazine. says she went from a size 14 to a size 2. >> yeah. she says she changed the way she thought about food. she was exercising and just eating right. and then she revealed she had stretch marks behind her legs and on her back and calls them her tiger stripes that show it's empowering as opposed to something you should cringe and hide and all that sort of stuff. and says her inner thighs do touch. hello, america, welcome to the rest of us. >> yeah. good for her. and last month crissy tegan --
>> posted this picture of her stretch marks. >> those look like bruises a little bit. >> and why is there a cup? is that a cup? >> that's going to be for a urine specimen. >> maybe she was at the doctor. >> i think it's a lemon. i don't know. >> it looks strange. isn't that funny? we didn't notice it the first time we saw it. you're right. what is that doing? >> why was that there? that was unusual. >> we were here early today to welcome matt back from his trip from boston. >> i can't believe the guy rode 230 miles all to support red nose day. he rode into the plaza. we went half a block and were exhausted. >> it was -- >> my butt hurt, too. just half a block. >> it was fun to see him in his i don't know, just he seemed tired but happy. >> talk about relief. >> he raised you guys almost
$150,000 to help the young people and kids living in poverty. meredith feeds off some wildlife. i'm glad that matt rode all that way but meredith in the deer suit. and another way we're raising money nick canon is on a dance marathon. >> 24 hours, right? >> he started at 8:00. >> hello. >> how you doing, nick? >> nick. >> how you doin? >> no, the question is, how are you doing? >> i'm good. i can't complain. it's a wonderful morning. we're doing beautiful things for red nose day. i'm still dancing. i can't feel my legs. >> yeah, i bet. >> do you have rest periods at all? are they allowed rest periods? >> i get five minutes to go to the bathroom and hydrate every hour. >> and what about eating? >> yeah, if i can eat while i'm in the bathroom, i guess. >> oh i love this song. don't eat while you're in the bathroom. >> how are you picking your music nick? >> amazing deejays in with me
all night. we've been doing this since 8:00 p.m. last night. and all my friends come in and rotate. we're getting it in, making it happen. it's a beautiful thing. >> hey, nick, who came to see you this morning. >> al roker came to see me. >> who else? >> and you came. >> thank you. i walked by from the gym. >> good girl. >> and she was glowing. she had that gym glow about her. >> well you're going to dance. if you want to watch nick dance, and who doesn't? go to nbc.com/danceathon. >> you see my dancing shoes. 8:00 p.m. it's happening. >> what are you going to do when it's all over? you going to go out dancing? >> yeah. exactly what i'm doing. i hope to walk after this. but it's for an amazing cause. we've got to text to 80077 and children all over the world will be helped. >> thank you so much. >> thank you! keep it going, y'all. >> it's all attitude. remember when al had to do his thing for so long?
>> yeah. that weather cast forever. all right. do you like parallel parking? can you do it? >> i can parallel park better than i can back up. >> really? >> yeah. i don't know why. >> my thoughts -- >> all right. here's the good news. if you are a 16-year-old getting your license in maryland. may not be good news for everyone else. if you're a 16-year-old getting your license in maryland, they dropped parallel parking from the driver's test. >> yeah. they're afraid your feelings might be hurt if you're not able to do it. everybody gets a license. >> they said other parts of the tests, the reverse point and the turn on the road portion are sufficient enough to show that you can -- >> i don't think -- >> -- maneuver. >> i don't think so. do you? >> no. >> parallel parking is a skill you must learn if you're going to be -- >> in rehoboth, you have to parallel park in new orleans if you p can't parallel park, you can't drive. >> you can't drive.
>> that's where you park. >> and it's not easy. >> and hoda used to live in an apartment where she'd leave her car every night. >> yeah, i blocked my own parking garage because it was easier than going in. and i would get tickets every day for blocking a driveway that was mine. >> that was your driveway. >> and didn't you get a lot of tickets when you were in college? >> yeah. i did. i almost didn't graduate. and they didn't realize it was me and my brother got my tickets after. so he ended up getting the brunt of my parking ticket problem. >> they weren't going to let her graduate. she might not be sitting here. >> however, i did graduate. let's have fun with an ihoda. there's a song called "boom boom". and it'll make you boom, boom move. let's do it. >> mellow. >> this is for nick canon. snths.
>> has it started yet? >> yeah. >> here it comes. >> where are the lyrics? >> everybody, boom, boom. >> we came to party, boom boom. >> don't you love it? >> no. no, i don't. i just repeated the good part. >> boom boom? >> tequila boom boom. it's an awesome song if you want to dance. >> we hope these two lucky ladies have memorial day parties to go to. >> so they can show off their hot new ambush makeovers.
>> and we're going to keep an eye on nick canon to make sure he keeps on grooving. and some joy food a little i don't know if you've ever taken the time to learn a little tiny bit of somebody else's native tongue? that opens up the doors to trust. my name is kanyon. i'm a technician here in portland oregon. every morning, i give each one of my customers a call to give them a closer eta. and when i called this customer, i discovered that he was deaf. then i thought of amanda. i've known american sign language since i was about 8 years old. it's like music for your eyes. and i thought that was an amazing gift to have, to be able to communicate with the deaf. my friend kanyon asked me to help him explain how today's appointment will go. he was nodding his head and giggling a little bit.
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york. we're starting with gloria originally from colombia one son, three grand kids, lives with her mother who is suffering from alzheimer's. she spends a lot of time caring for her. she says people often mistake her for being her sister's mother. >> this is so exciting today. sisters, and i know you're excited for your sisters. tell me why. >> yeah. oh she is -- we're so close and i come and visit from tennessee. and everybody always thinks she's my mom. and i'm like, no, she's my sister! please! so she needs it. >> well, we think you look fabulous but we are going to make you look even more fabulous. so -- >> i'm very excited and waiting for the outcome of this sister look, not the mother look. >> she's got funk. all right we're going to have gloria come out first. here's gloria's before picture.
all right, gloria. let's see the new you! ♪ >> oh my god. how beautiful. >> are you ready to see yourself? you can do it here. >> oh, my! >> you look fantastic. >> take one more look. >> lewis! wow you look gorgeous. >> thanks so much. >> look right there for one second. gloria your makeover was so easy to do. the most -- you had one of the most obvious mistakes. blond is not always the answer. your hair should have been darker. the minute we made it a little darker leading to light pieces going through, you came alive. you look younger. it's so amazing. and of course, igor gave you this great -- >> igor -- >> right. >> both sisters have so much hair. texturized it.
very texturized bob. don't mess up your make-up. she will come in and tackle you. >> a little sheer. no more mama. very similar to yours. >> love! >> great job. we're going to have you stand over there by zach and turn the other way so you don't see your sister yet. >> face the wall. >> all right. and her sister is marta fuget. spends so much time caring for her family, she's lucky to get a haircut every three months. she makes frequent trips to new york to help her sister care for her mom. let's hear what gloria has to say about sister marta. >> okay now it's marta's turn. tell me why you want it for her? >> because she's never done anything for herself, nothing. takes care of everyone else but herself. so she deserves this new look. >> do you think you look like her mother? >> no, i don't. everybody thinks that! >> all right. all right.
we're ready to go. >> okay. yes. >> i'm so excited. >> okay. this is fun. now, don't turn around yet, okay, gloria? let's take one last look at marta before and bring out the new marta. wow! another fabulous one. >> yes. >> oh my god. okay gloria. [ laughter ] >> oh my goodness. >> that's great. >> it's so wonderful. marta -- >> i love that she was much more concerned about looking at her sister. >> she might not feel that way after she sees herself. marta, look. [ laughter ] >> wow. so adorable. >> look right into camera 12. >> come here. come stand over here. >> okay.
again, igor gave her this -- not at all. girls out on the town that's what you look like. >> it starts today. >> swept to the side bangs, layer. she had all one length. i did highlights on the natural color. >> beautiful. >> by the way, hey ladies, we have another surprise. >> you're here for a big day. it's lewis' birthday over the weekend. happy birthday, darling. >> thank you. >> have your piece and eat it, too, for under 200 calories. it's the one item you should always throw in. packing perfection. what's the special? hand agitated
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♪ >> it's thirsty thursday and that's nick canon going strong at the nbc experience store trying to dance for 24 hours straight until tonight's red nose day telecast that starts at 8:00 p.m. >> wow. he dances, we're going to eat. about to turn your junk food into joy food with a healthier version of pizza and sorbet. >> so our first challenge from danielle drummond lives in lake forest illinois. and her and her dad love pizza with the rest of the world. >> sure. >> a regular slice is -- this is a new york style slice, 500 calories. >> that's not even loaded with anything! >> and who stops at one slice. >> i know, right. >> nobody can give these things up. but she wanted a version that she could eat guilt-free at any
time in her house. and i'm going to show her how to do that. >> okay. >> first, i'm going to show you how to make the simplest tomato sauce. adding onion powder, garlic powder and oregano. >> this is fine. and a dash of salt. and obviously, you can also just pick up any jarred marinara sauce. and this is a low carb whole grain tortilla. the bigger the better, i put it under the broiler for about -- >> good thinking. >> about four minutes. and you keep flipping it over, and it'll get nice and crispy. then, all you do is you open that oven, you're going to spread out your sauce. let's put on -- kathie lee -- it melts beautifully. you're going to pop it back in.
let's put a pinch of crushed red pepper back under the broiler 30 to 45 seconds. >> quick. >> then i'm going to garnish with beautiful fresh basil. it was 500 calories per slice. the entire pie, 172 calories. >> how are you doing this? this is fantastic. >> you could have a whole pizza night and get your kids to top it with whatever they want. >> what's the total of this? >> you can fold it over and eat it like that, too. >> the entire pie is 172 calories. so if you want a second one, you can have a second one. >> by the way, you know the bars we like in the morning, those are like 200. >> right. >> this whole thing, 172. it's a great snack. have two of them for dinner. >> that's amazing. >> oh, so good. >> oh. okay. >> so next up, christine patera. her and her husband love sweet, frozen desserts.
they thought they were doing the right thing and switched from ice cream to sorbet. but when they looked at the ingredients, there was corn syrup, added sugars, and there's not that much fruit. half cup serving typically 150 calories. she asked me to make her a mango strawberry sorbet that's wholesome. all you do is pick up frozen fruit, three to four strawberries sliced. 3/4 cup. >> hoda will do the sorbet. >> this is mint leaves. four to five mint leaves. let's put this on. we're going to pulse it. this will get nice and pureed. you're going to pour it into a loaf pan, freeze it for about three hours and dig into that. the original 150 calories, this one 75 calories and no added
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>> too far from american settlements to defend. we ought to move north of victoria. marshal our forces. let santa ana get drunk on an abundance of confidence. and then, general we attack with a vengeance. >> that is sexy. >> all right. thanks very much. >> that is fabulous. it's kind of weird. i spent the last three days watching the maryland documentary, the bio. and you go from the joe dimaggio voice to -- that's called acting, ain't it. >> that's some acting. it's funny you work for two years straight and everything comes out at the same time. >> promoting everything. >> yeah. >> you grew up, you loved westerns when you were younger, right? was it fun kind of living that dream out a little bit? >> i did another western about a year before i started this one. so it's my favorite genre of film. when i was a kid, those were the great movies.
and then you go out in the backyard and play cowboys and indians. it was kind of my first taste of acting at, you know, probably 7 years old or whatever. and so to be able to spend your day on horseback for 15 hours a day out in the middle of it. we shot it in dur aango, mexico. we would get to ride our horses the mile back to the stables or wherever at sunset in these beautiful distances. and it was a cool deal. >> was your horse obeying you? i heard that horse had not been ridden? >> yes. >> who was taking orders from whom for a while? >> well at first i was taking orders from her. we broke each other, for sure. you know -- >> women can do that. >> yeah. she did. she did. but -- >> i love it when it happens. >> in saying that it was a real love story. and i fell in love with her. >> you did? >> and it was very hard for me to leave her. >> did you have to lose a lot of
weight for the role? >> over 40 pounds. >> how did you do that? >> he was suffering with tuberculosis tuberculosis. >> yeah. and so i got there and i was probably about 175 and i left and i was about 135. >> how did you drop the weight? >> i ate a can of tuna fish a day. i did it in the most unhealthy way i could. i didn't consult with a doctor or anything. we had said maybe we should lose like 10 pounds and i kept going and going and by the end of the movie, i just looked -- >> have you been able to look at a can of tuna fish since? >> no. i don't want to see it -- >> that pizza. >> it looked real good. >> tell us about the maryland thing, too. we see a side of joe dimaggio in this i never knew existed. >> yeah. the story is really about, you know, marilyn monroe and her relationship with her mother. but you -- we see kind of the marriage that she had with joe. arthur miller and joe dimaggio.
i played joe. and kelly gardner who plays marilyn monroe i think, is spectacular. >> she's sensational. >> yeah. >> it's quite the performance. >> yeah. she had it down. >> she's got that essence of marilyn perfectly. >> you'll see some stuff. and it was based on a book. and there's some stuff you'll find out about joe and marilyn's relationship. it was a little rough. >> it was -- yeah. it's very rough. >> a little rough. but these were two people that couldn't live without each other. they couldn't live with each other. >> have you ever been in a situation like that? hoda would like you to be. >> i wish we had more time. >> it is great to see you. >> thank you. >> get some rest. >> thank you, so, so much. the five-day series premieres monday, memorial day. it's on the history channel. >> i love everything on the history channel.
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>> i've been a fan of taylor since i was 12 when i started writing songs. to have her like my stuff was crazy. >> and you wrote or co-wrote everything. what's it called? >> "love me like you mean it". >> hoda's theme song. >> exactly. ♪ ♪ ♪ oh hey with your hat back ♪ ♪ i kind of like that ♪ ♪ if you wanna walk my way, i'm shoot you straight up ♪ ♪ i don't have time to waste on the boys that are playing the games ♪ ♪ and leaving the girls crying out in the rain ♪ ♪ so tell me baby do you got what it takes ♪
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