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? >> carson: welcome back to "last call." right now, we send you over to fyf fest in l.a., for some texas-sized instrumental rock, courtesy of the band, explosions in the sky. enjoy. ? ? ?
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? >> carson: welcome back. it's the "last call." i'm carson daly, and it's time to settle in for tonight's "last call" spotlight. check it out. ? >> i swear a lot. and i do have to stop swearing so much, because it ruins the show 'cause you have to bleep it out. i think i need to make my [ bleep ] better [ bleep ].
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waste my [ bleep ]. if i was like, riding on a sea doo and all of a sudden there was like dolphins, and i'm like under the water, go pro on, i come out dolphins go over me, rainbow, cameras capturing the rainbow of the sun, and i'm like what the [ bleep ]. like that's a good [ bleep ]. but if i'm just there just being like on the beach, eating like a taquito, being like, oh this is a really good [ bleep ] taco. it's like, don't say [ bleep ] there, man. but if there's the dolphins and [ bleep ] light and that, that's when you say [ bleep ], that's the good [ bleep ]. does that maen >> [ bleep ] ? i'm matty matheson and i'm the host of "dead set on life," the greatest tv show in the world. galaxy, universe, infinity. ? >> i'm matty matheson, and i'm back for season two of "dead set on life." this is the party i've been looking for. i'm going to do more. travel more. there's a cow down here on the beach. eat more. i'll have the fatty brisket. >> i just don't want to be a glutton.
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>> who am i? i'm an amazing world class chef from toronto, canada. you know, got a few restaurants in toronto. doing some stuff on the internet and tv. chef. chef guy. ? how good of a chef do i think i am? i don't know man, i'm pretty good. i don't know like -- i don't know. i'm good. i'm definitely not the chef that's on television in the kitchen, right. like, there's definitely two -- like, when i do the how to like being funny and like, some fans take that to the hundredth degree and like, they'll come in the restaurant and be like, what the [ bleep ] is up. what's going on, matty? and they want to like throw a beer, i'm like, this is a restaurant. i don't know like, why you think like, i'm like that all the time. or i met a guy at the shoe store, dude was like i can't believe like how like you're really quiet. i'm like, i'm by myself looking for a pair of shoes. do you think i'm just like going to walk around and like punch someone in the back of the head or like, what's your [ bleep ] expectation of me?
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professional chef, 2005/2006, you know i had about a 10 year span of being a psychopath. my personality is very high energy and i used to drink a lot. i used to do a lot of drugs. i loved partying. i loved cooking. i would go to other peoples restaurants and chug wine or rip my shirt off or like, you know like i was an animal. i was young. our industry embraces that. we want to be vikings. in my mind, that's what i thought was cool. now i look back on it and it's liked and i was often very, very drunk or really, really high. >> just [ bleep ] eat it. >> i can sort of squeeze it out, yeah. >> that's good. >> yeah. ? >> i think the show is me experiencing things that i've never experienced before. traveling, eating, meeting people and kind of getting just a little bit -- a layer deeper than usual. i love restaurants because it's such a human thing. it's the one time when you can't lie.
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it's [ bleep ]. you know? and you eat something that's amazing and it's amazing. i love that about it. there's no lying. and i think with television you can manipulate some stuff but it's still -- we're trying to make a show where we don't lie. i'm not a typical good looking person that's suppose to be on television. if i'm vulnerable and excited and willing to listen and talk to these people on camera and hang out and just see a little bit of their world then, i think that that's amazing television. everyone has a cool story. everyone has been broken. and everyone's put themselves wake up everyday and you've got to [ bleep ] live. >> do you want to like go over there? maybe see if we can see like footprints or a hole or something? >> it be like looking for a needle in a football stadium. >> needle in a football stadium. well, it's like looking for a seal in the god damn arctic. that's exactly what it is. the show has been able to bring me to so many amazing places. go to louisiana, hanging out with like cheeky blakk. she's like the queen of twerk or
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we go to nunavut. nunavut is crazy. it's, you know, the arctic up in canada. and that's places like being on the moon, you know. it's above the tree line. just craters and ice and snow. and insane like wolf huskies. i want to make it even more intense. like i want to start having like more like, docu-style, actually and have like more cameras on all the time. 'cause there's things that you miss and you're like [ bleep ] what were we shooting at. we're like no, that woman just said that like black people need to stop talking about slavery 'cause it was a long time ago. what? someone said that. horrible person. yo. racism? get out of town. no go. all human. one race. the human race. get used to it, you freaks. confederate flag, suck my [ bleep ]. ? if everyone acted like me, the world would be a better place. so start acting right. be nice to people.
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and then you cook for many people, then all of a sudden they're happy. world's a good place. food is the best thing in the world. food and laughter. start laughing more. start cooking [ bleep ] things up. learn from it. and then all of a sudden you're laughing at yourself, laughing with the other people in the room, you're having a good time. world changed. ? >> carson: don't go anywhe to keep up to date with the very latest celebrity news, videos and pictures, be sure to check out splashnewsonline.com/ o m g ten years later, nothing's really changed. it's time to snap out of it. hello moto. snap on a jbl speaker. put a 70? screen on a wall. get a 10x optical zoom. get excited world.
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>> carson: that's our show. a big thanks to everybody here at 97.1 amp radio for letting us hang out. before we go, we're gonna send you over for a little more music. here are explosions in the sky, and we'll see you soon. ? ? ?
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"today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb. live from studio 1a in rockefeller center. >> hey, everybody, welcome to thirsty thursday. we're so happy you're with us today. it's november 17th. >> already. >> who is that? >> kenny chesney. he's taking a trip around the sun. >> he does that for a living. >> he sure does. >> you know where we're going to colin quinn is with us. he's got a new netflix special. we'll find out why he's been spending a lot of time with amy schumer. >> he won an emmy for "the people versus o.j. simpson." for his portrayal of christopher darden. now sterling k. brown has another smash hit on his hands. everybody's talking about it. the show is call the "this is us." about his wife who he says rocks his chain. we're going to talk about them.
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we have our everyone has a story. today's story proves the true meaning of family. >> oh, can't wait to see that. >> and they're all here. >> awesome. all right, tonight is the night the stars of thursday night football. >> on nbc. >> on nbc. >> this is a new thing and we're all excited about it. >> the new orleans saints are playing the panthers. >> carolina panther. because the panthers are 3-6 and the saints are 4-5. >> i wasn't going to put on the jersey because you know, i only wear a giants jersey. but look at the back, that's frank's middle name and cody's middle name. so it's just fine. >> cam newton, baby. the game -- what's on the back of my jersey? brees. >> brees. love him. >> coverage tonight at 7:30 on nbc. it's going to be a fun game. >> so mandy moore was on james corden's "late late show" this
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we adore our mandy. she talked about touring with n sync when she was just 15 years old. she was the group's opening act. and then something happened. she ran into justin timberlake while they were hanging out backstage. which each sure she couldn't believe it. he said something to her that she never forgot and not in a good way. take a look. >> but justin timberlake was there and he was -- somehow there was a conversation about feet or foot siz the en insync background dancers. and i come strolling up at 15, like freaking out that justin timberlake was there. and he's like you have big feet for a girl. and i -- i'm sure he doesn't remember this at all. but i was so impressionable. i thought the world of him. 16 years later, it stuck with
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>> she wears -- >> a size 10, which is fine. if you're tall like she is. >> and you are. >> people often go, well what size? well you're really tall. how much do you weigh? i'll say 152. well, that's because you're tall. but you still know. >> a little judgment in there. >> i think it's weird. >> in proportion in you know what i mean. >> you don't forget. think about a cruel thing someone said to you when you were a kid. >> you never forget the cruelties. you never forget the kindnesses. you try to forgive the cruelties. you do remember. >> you remember. >> but you can't forget. >> so this thanksgiving when y thanksgiving table and someone's about to say something, think twice before you blurt out something that might not be kind. it takes one second to edit it. we have a bachelor update. >> come on, amanda. >> to tell us all about it is our guest, the beautiful amanda avery. >> so there's drama in bachelor world. i'm going to take you back to a year ago when ben higgins was the bachelor. remember him? he looked like peter brady.
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he ended the show with a proposal to lauren. they were going to live happily ever after. they got their own spin-off reality show that we've been -- i've been following. and they're planning their wedding. full-fledged wedding planner mode. she's picking out dresses. this week on the show, the show brought in a therapist to kind of talk to them. it was supposed to be funny. and to kind of check in and play like newlywed-style games. the topic of the wedding came up and all of a sudden he burst >> don't do that, guys, oh, don't do that. >> take a look. >> i don't want us to rush it. i don't want us to jump into something we're both still figuring out. i think making a commitment like marrying somebody involves knowing what you're getting into. there's still things we need to know. >> i have no idea what just
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i had no idea that ben was feeling this way. and i feel completely blindsided. >> i feel like we have so much to figure out that it's hard for me at this point to, like, really feel comfortable getting married. >> so you're saying the wedding is off? >> wait, should have postponed. >> yeah, so this is the big wedding, like they were going to have a big -- i'm holding hope for them now. i think there's hope. >> what do you think? >> i watched the show and she has been so gung-ho with the wedding and you can see him pulling back and getting glassy eyed. this was a bombshell though. for him to say -- because they probably have some kind of deal going or this was going to be a televised wedding.
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>> oh. >> now saying that, there's two episodes left of this reality show which follows the ups and downs of the relationship so we will see. >> some people do get that way when it gets close to the wedding. the girl's planning and planning and the guy's retreating. >> the crying thing is -- >> no, i believed his tears. >> i believed it too. he did break down. they even went wedding cake shopping and she picked out a coconut wedding cake. he's like, i'm allergic to coconut. shouldn't we know these things so it's these little things that happened. >> i love when amanda visit us. we love you amanda. >> hook, line and sinker amanda. >> that's right, baby. all right. this is the time you've been waiting for. you're about to make your bird or it's coming up next week. we have the people who know how to cook a turkey better than anybody. butterball is going to be on the
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butterball call center in naperville, illinois. okay. all right. hi, phyllis. >> hi, good morning. we're talking turkeye.. all right. hi, phyllis. >> hi, good morning. we're talking turkey here. >> we are talking turkey. would you do answers and questions from our viewers? >> sure. >> all right, christy asks this, which is better for a juiciness, an oven bag or foil and a roasting pan? that is to tell you the most important thing is to be sure your turkey is not overcooked. and if you get yourself a good thermometer, that won't happen. so either method. but briefly, the open pan. the one that comes out of the oven just like the picture. perfect gorgeous bird. that's what most our callers are asking about. it's our favorite actually. and the turkey is just brushed
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close the door. >> oh, so don't use a bag? don't tent it? >> you can put it down, colin. >> so if you use a bag, it's a little different. it's more steaming than a roasting method. >> we hope you guys can hear at home -- >> i'm sorry, we're having a little bit of issues with the call breaking up a bit. but she said don't put it in a bag, stick it in the oven. >> here's the thing, use butterball, and when the little temperature thing pops out, it's done. there you go. presto. >> we prefer if you have an oven thermometer. >> see, an oven thermometer. >> you're not selling your own birds? >> no, 170 in the breast, 180 in the thigh, get a good meat thermometer, then you know for sure. >> okay. >> phyllis, thank you very much. >> sorry we couldn't hear you well.. >> what is colin doing? >> getting really to serve the turkey delight. i like she said, a good meat thermometer.
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you went against her whole principle. >> you did. >> because have you ever had a -- >> oh, you're so principled. did you ever have a butter ball turkey? >> what? >> never mind! >> all right, it's time for a little music, colin. >> already? >> an oldie but goody. this is blues traveler. who doesn't like a little blues traveler. "run around," baby. doesn't this put you in an instantly good mood? >> yeah. ? >> he dances like a guy right there. that's the dance. ? once upon a midnight weary i woke with something in my head ? ? i couldn't escape the memory of the phone call ? ? and what you said ?
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>> there's a shout-out, right? >> oppenheim, the senior vp in charge of today is -- >> yes. >> look at that man. >> he's not here and he's not watching, but we wish him the best birthday ever. to noah. we are going to chug in your -- in celebration of you. >> sharp tongued and sharp witted as she drinks, he's the quintessential new yorker. >> colin quinn stops at his old 30 roc stomping grounds. after this. >> that's my cue. whoa, this is awful, try it. oh no, that looks gross what is that? you gotta try it, it's terrible. i don't wanna try it if it's terrible. it's like mango chutney and burnt hair. no thank you, i have a very sensitive palate. just try it! guys, i think we should hurry up. if you taste something bad, you want someone else to try it. it's what you do. i can't get the taste out of my mouth! if you want to save fifteen percent or more on car insurance,
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you could say he's a real new yorker's new yorker. which basically means no one outside this city really likes him. >> we do. it's actor and comedian colin quinn. >> he became a household name -- i bet my mother doesn't know him. in 1998, he began hosting "weekend update" on "saturday night live." >> i was a household name in the '80s on "remote control," but go ahead. >> more recently, he got to have some fun, starring alongside amy schumer in the big screen hit "train wreck." now he's back with a netflix special. a taping of his successful off broadway show the new york story which retells the great history of this city and residents. take a look. >> everybody from new york thinks they're better than anybody else. everybody. we think we're smarter. rich people, poor people, middle class. this is the only city that has
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you could take somebody two years of high school, put them in a room with m.i.t. professor, after an hour, what did you think of them? they're not new york, you know. >> when you're right, you're right. welcome back. >> thanks, ladies. >> last time you were here actually i think it was because you were off broadway with this show. >> yes, i was. >> you did have great success with it. >> ridiculous. it was a juggernaut. >> was it? >> no, it did good. >> and it did well. >> it d like i done. >> do you mix it up every time you get on stage? if you went on monday and tuesday, is it close to the same deal? >> i mix it up. >> you add some extra stuff? >> yeah. >> i got a feeling stand up you is you because you're the same commercial breaks as you are on camera. >> remember you talked about your boss?
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>> i was just annoyed that i came up with a great concept which is the empty chair for the whole show and people waiting in anticipation of who's the next guest. >> what does that have to do with noah? >> he's supposed to be the producer. he should come up with ideas like that. instead, he's off writing screenplays. >> he might win an oscar. >> day time, oh, yeah, haven't heard that story before. >> all righty. so let's talk about your -- >> it's too late. the movie's coming out. >> all right, let's talk about the rest of your life. you and amy schumer are pal, right? >> yeah. >> that start before "train wreck"? >> started before "train wreck" and ended right after "train wreck." >> what quality do you like best about her? because people are fascinating by her. >> what do i like best about her? she's sarcastic. >> she's a you.
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know whatever. >> that's all you got to say about amy? >> she put this instagram thing on the other day. nice time, we all see each other. she has to trash me just because i made an accidental -- i saw this fake gossip item about her, i said, amy, don't worry, i don't believe that nonsense that you would buy a tacky five bedroom apartment like a kazakhstan warlord when you're only one person and it turned out to be true. i didn't know it was true when i read >> you can't know what -- hey, where do you get most of your -- the fodder for what you do? >> your material. >> do you go to clubs, do you watch people, ride the subway, what happens? >> yeah. like all the comedians. i rode the subway here today. thanks for sending that car. >> all righty, well, noah wouldn't let us.
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>> he's like, guys, we need this for the wrap party for jackie. we got to tighten our budget. >> colin quinn. the new york stories available on netflix available tomorrow. >> good luck with it. luck of the irish. two lovely ladies are about to have their own new york story once we reveal their ambush makeovers. >> from the new hit series "this is us," sterling k. brown, right after this. why are you checking your credit score? i wanna see if it changed. credit scores don't change that much, do they? really? i'll take it. sir, your credit... -is great right? when was the last time you checked? yeah, i'd better check my credit score. here, try credit karma. it's free. all right. no more surprises. credit karma. give yourself some credit. (coughs) cough doesn't sound so good.
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sterling k. brown was studying economics but he was bitten by the acting bug and he changed his major to theater. >> it hasn't worked out very well.
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as burton for seven seasons on the military drama "army wives" and most recently his emmy-winning, may i add, turn as christopher darden on the smash hit "the people versus o.j. simpson crime story." >> now sterling stars in one of the best shows on television. critically acclaimed nbc series "this is us." he plays randal who was adopted as a newborn by the pierson family. nothing says family like teasing your siblings. take a look. girlfriend? >> olivia is not my girlfriend and you're going to be cool. you're going to be cool, right? >> i'm as cool as the other side of the pillow, you feel me? >> yeah. here's the thing. you're not allowed to talk to her. >> because she'll want me? she'll want me so bad? >> oh, yeah. you're having fun, aren't you? >> you are. >> great time. >> what a great character. >> wonderful.
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>> so complicated and interesting. he's successful but flawed. like on the fringes being in this white family but try to figure his way as a black man. i love the character. i love the show. >> the very first episode if anybody saw it and if you haven't yet, please check it out. >> you could not stop talking about it. >> you literally -- your jaw dropped watching the end this. when you read through the script, could you believe what you were seeing? >> he signs off the end of the script as because it's his little joke. i remember reading it flipping out. and then watching it and you see -- like they light the cigarette in the hospital. you're like, why is he smoking in the hospital? >> maybe had to watch it twice almost. >> then you see all the costumes er everybody's wearing and it's like early '80s. it was great. it's amazing. >> you guys seem to get along like nobody's business or else you're great actors. >> you know what it is, you can't fake camaraderie. we have a genuine love and
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we get a chance to show that in front of the camera. we're great people that enjoy each other's company, that's it. >> did you have any idea it would be this massive a response? >> we knew that from the beginning there's a lot of buzz from the trailer because the trailer had like 95 million views, something like that. but until people actually watch it, you never know how it's going to be received. >> it's such a crap shoot, isn't it? >> it really is. >> well, you came off that emmy win playing christopher darden, which was amazing. just reliving you up on the stage receiving your award and your wife and how she -- what did you say, rocks your chain? >> hottest chick in the game. >> something like that. >> am i close? >> the hottest chick in the game rocking my chain, yeah. >> and then every other person who came up started to say the same thing. it's crazy. >> that night, do you feel like it's one of those life. changing nights for you? >> yeah.
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>> first of all, when i walked up on stage, first of all, they said my name, which you don't know if that's going to happen or not. my cast mates who are all fantastic who are nominated as well. other people from fx. so when i walked up, on stage, people were standing up applauding me. >> thehey don't do that unless it's deserd. we're so happy to have you. god bless. he decided to save money by switching his motorcycle insurance to geico. there's no shame in saving money. ride on, ride proud. geico motorcycle, great rates for great rides. wildlife rescue workers open up a lot of dawn.
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it's thirsty thursday and we have two lovely ladies ready to walk the red carpet. >> time for ambush makeovers. >> gorgeous new looks in time for thanksgiving. working their magic as always, our team of "today" contributors from the licari cutler salon, louis licari, la, la, la. >> and jill martin. >> kids, how was it today on the plaza? here i am with my favorite ladies, and we found two of the sweetest makeovers to date. >> kim is our first lovely lady. she's 60 years old from harrisburg, pennsylvania. kim's birthday happens to be today. >> oh good. >> the birthday present she wanted was just this, an ambush makeover. she hasn't done much with her hair and makeup for six years because she's been taking care of her moms who has parkinson's. her mom's watching from home right now.
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is the best birthday i've ever had and you're already crying. tell me why you want this. >> because i've been taking care of my mom for six years. like 24/7. >> you deserve this. >> yep. >> aw. we're going to make you smile. and your besty seems so excited for you. >> i am, you have no idea. it's amazing. i'm so happy for her. >> we're going to take care of you. >> thank you so much. >> oh, wow. >> and sharon's here. she's like, i am so happy for her. keep your blindfold on for just a sec, okay. here is kim before. all right, kim, let's see the new you. wow. unbelievable. okay, are you ready? sharon, take off your blindfold, see your girl. she's right there. that's her. oh, my god! >> she's liking, where are you? >> all right, kim, you've got to see yourself. >> all right, ready.
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>> look at you! >> you look gorgeous. oh, my. look again. look again. wow. >> you look fantastic. >> you look gorgeous. >> louis, tell us about the hair. >> first of all, this is such a great color story. because her other hair was a bit highlighted and it made her look grayish and brown together. this is warmer. just brightens right up. then of course took her curl, kept it and just used it for body. >> that's an arson cut, boy. >> that's an arson cut. she can do this with her fingers or with a blower. >> what do you think? can you even handle it? >> i love it. this is the best birthday ever. >> happy birthday. >> that dress looked like it was made for her. >> could you believe this body? >> yes. >> so we wanted to give you something dressy you can wear for the holidays. you deserve to be all dressed up. this is maggie london.
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>> just beautiful. >> you look great. >> a big round of applause for kimmy. kimmy, come join your friend. >> our second lady is shelly, she's 42 from lancaster, kentucky. she's an eighth grate teacher for three years. she went to college at 35 to show her kids that college is attainable and important. she wants an ambush makeover because she feels like this is the first time in her life that she's okay with herself. and it's time to look like she's ay >> so your nickname is bun lady. >> bun lady. >> so tell me about that. >> well, i'm a school teacher and every day you don't really have a lot of time to get fixed up so i just throw my hair in a bun and go to school. >> so you're ready for a glam new look and we can do whatever we want? >> whatever. i so need this. i need it. >> are you ready to see an unbelievable makeover? >> she is adorable. she's here with her husband tony and her kids morgan and logan. >> is she going to get in

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