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by five seconds of summer. >> they're going to perform for us a little later in the show. they were great. >> they had a nice crowd in the plaza. >> the rain held off. life is good. >> life is good. jaclyn queline bisset is starring in a new tearjerker. and she's going to tell us all about it. she plays toni collette's mom. >> and if you're entertaining the neighborhood kids this weekend and their parents, we have all kinds of ideas, complete with monsters. and we're going to play "who knew." >> words of wisdom. >> this is for all the nerds out there. here we go. when i was young, i used to wish i would fit in. i'm glad i didn't get my wish. the source is steve mariboli, a speaker and author. >> you always want to be like everybody else, and then you realize, why did i do that?
>> i always thought, if god went to so much trouble to make snowflakes different, every one of them, how much more trouble to make every one of us different. only cookies should be cookie cuttered. yesterday. >> oh, that's right. and i suggested that we take a little camera along. so donna dorable went. a lot of people wanted to see if this ended up working for you. >> dr. william kai did it. they put these pins in. by the way, they don't hurt, so, oh! you don't even know how big they are when you're doing it. so they put the pins in, and you just lay there, and then he did something here where he's supposed to hit every pressure point. apparently you have 800 points on your body. and the reason i went is because i am having these hot flashes that will not for the life of me go away. >> they're like rivers.
and i can't take hormone replacement or anything like that because of my medical history. so anyway, i did it yesterday. and the hot flashes are shorter in duration. i can tell just by the ones i've had. >> that's enough. >> but the best thing of all, i went home, fed the dog, laid on the couch and fell into an awesome sleep. it almost felt like you were high, like that canada kind of aaaaah >> drooling. >> but i felt alert and not groggy when i woke up. i'm going to go back on friday. would you like to come too? >> not on friday. but yeah, i'll come, because i want to see if it will help me with sleep. apparently, if you tell them what your issue is, they can help you. we were talking about the hot flashes, and he said oh, lady, lady things. so the ladies thing was down.
>> i always thought our ladies thing was somewhere else. but who knew, you know? >> if you're watching the world series last night, there was a little bit of a rough broadcast. everyone with the popcorn watching it, and all of a sudden the game goes to a blackout. take a look at what happened. >> we have lost. we have lost our picture. hi, we're having some technical difficulties. i don't think it's a weather problem, because did wasn't raining at the time of this. we lost power to the truck, we're being told. i hear our music. does that mean we're going back to kansas city? >> and the u.s. broadcasters of this event are having a broadcast issue. >> can you imagine? the feed died for more than four minutes. >> was it just a matter of a plug? or what. because sometimes it is. i used to visit frank in the
booth and in the trucks at different events and sometimes somebody trips over a plug. >> no, networks flipped over to international feed. >> they were upset. >> they tweeted. people are so funny. i love this one, did you try unplugging it and plugging it back in? which is almost how everything works. >> "esquire magazine" tweeted this clip of clark griswold. this is the man who brought back the world series broadcast. when you're doing a live broadcast somewhere, there's all kinds of things that go wrong, you can lose it, can't you? >> i was in the middle of a long "dateline" interview and because there's too much stuff plugged in, everything goes dead. segment. >> a rare electronics failure caused both the primary and the backup generators inside the fox
sports production compound to lose power. anyway, the game lasted till 1:00. it was like five and a half hours or something, it was the longest first game of the world series ever. >> okay. all righty, but there's still time. there is still time. speaking of baseball. the daily news is saying on the front page today that the former new york yankee great, derek jeter is officially off the market. the 41-year-old proposed to his girlfriend. >> hannah davis. >> best known as a sports illustrated swimsuit model. were you with him the other night at his foundation gala. >> yes. >> does hoda woman think this's true? >> i did get to talk to hannah for a couple minutes. i do get the sense that she's in it for the long haul, because she was talking about things far down the road. >> like babies and things?
here", because it's where he wants to spend his life. >> start using the word "we." >> you've played the field. >> yeah. >> he found out what he wants. that's good for him. >> bridget jones. we told you there's another installment coming out. a lot of people are wondering what's going to happen. >> is it leaked? check it out. >> colin firth, renee zellweger, scene. >> that's a full head of hair. >> it is. it's poofy. >> it is. i like it. a little not so poofy. it looks like everybody's happy. it's probably their baby, but somebody says -- >> oh, he's so handsome. leaned down and kissed the baby and bridget on the forehead. >> they didn't have a wedding ring on apparently in that one shot, and that's the only one we can show, because they cost a lot of money.
>> a lotta. >> you can find many more photos on "the daily mail.com. this is part of an exercise group and they have a new way to motivate themselves. they're called wine burrpies. down and drink and up and clap. and down and drink. so they drink with a straw and up. they're burning it as they're drinking it. i think it's working. >> i don't know, but they're cute. artist turned pumpkin into donald trump. donald trump is now a pumpkin. >> oh, my god! >> it's called, this is a terrifying picture. it's very clever, janette paris painted the pumpkin with his
>> it weighs 374 pounds. >> oh, my gosh. we have a big congratulations to a member of our staff. >> his name is rope. we call him out all the time. >> at the ropa, ropa cabana. >> he is a grandpa. this is an interesting story. little liam james was dorn consequently the same day that his son was getting married. >> right. >> so your son, i mean, your -- wait, i'm confused. your daughter didn't make it to the wedding. >> right. >> well, for a very good -- >> had to drive back to albany at 6:30 in the morning. >> how babe eautiful is that baby, rope? >> beautiful. >> every day we ask what your excuse is.
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she is a golden globe-winning actress and hollywood icon whose career spans five decades. >> we are talking about the lovely and talented jacqueline bisset. >> she appeared in "airport" to "murder on the orient express", and of course who can forget her in the sexy white tee shirt she wore in "the deep" in 1977. >> now she is playing in "miss you already" playing the mother whose daughter received a devastating diagnosis and turns to her daughter's best friend for help. take a look. >> flying around the world. boyfriends. >> you had an exciting career. i can't have any drama in my life right now.
and milli is drama. >> please, jen, help her to sort everything out. she's our milly. >> our milly. >> an amazing actress. she's a great actress. and the two of them were amazing in this. >> are they friends in real life? >> they've become friends. they really have. you saw that in makeup in the morning. there was a great atmosphere, and everyone got along really well. >> there's the story of these two young girls, they grow up together and one of them gets a devastating diagnosis and the other one doesn't want to share the good news or the good parts her life with her friend because she feels almost guilty. >> i don't want to tell all the story. >> she's got a child coming into the world. >> she wanted a child. but the energy of the film was
>> like a "terms of endearment"? or "beaches"? >> i never saw "beaches." so i don't know. i was the slightly dinghy mother who was not a good mother. >> but she knows it. she was doing god-knows what kind of television series and was vein and self-preoccupied. and she always infers that she's a pain in the neck. >> when we watch you in this, do you ever have to audition for a spot for this role, or do they just call you up and say, jaclyn, we have the perfect role for you. >> i went to see kathryn hardwick before, because they mentioned the role. she's the director, sorry. and she wanted to check me out. i wanted to see what she was like. i'd seen her film "thirteen." and toni was there. and i thought, yeah.
i could play her mum. i felt a connection to her immediately. i'd met drew when she was a little girl. she was like 12, she came up to me at a party once and said she was a fan. she was adorable. i thought, well, it was fun, i thought it was sad. it's got a lot of emotion in it. and honestly, the role toni plays is extraordinary. >> really? >> yeah. you know what, she doesn't, she just gives 100%. she doesn't pull back. >> she's fearless. >> she's fearless, yeah. i'm getting to a point where i feel pretty fearless, but she took off her hair, you know, of course. they shaved her head right in front of you for real. and i think we were all more nervous about it than she. but she -- >> she's always been that way, hasn't she? >> she says she's done it before, but still, it's something. >> are there other projects that you want to do? >> what's on your bucket list? >> life is on my bucket list.
myself, friends, adventures of some sort. not enormous adventures. i don't want to travel as much. >> that's happening. >> is that age or political situation? i'm not sure. >> it could be everything. a combination of all. we love seeing you. i want to see this movie. >> me too. >> "miss you already" opens on november 6th. we're going to show you everything you need for a halloween bash. sh. ah! come on! let's hide in the attic. no. in the basement. why can't we just get in the running car? are you crazy? let's hide behind the chainsaws. smart. yeah. ok. if you're in a horror movie, you make poor decisions. it's what you do. this was a good idea. shhhh. be quiet. i'm being quiet. you're breathing on me! if you want to save fifteen percent or more on car insurance, you switch to geico. it's what you do. head for the cemetery!
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>> all right, if you're hosting a halloween bash this weekend but haven't had a chance to think about food or decorations, don't worry, we have got you covered. >> this is jill simone yan. today's parenting team contributor who's here on behalf of our sponsor mars. and she has some fun treats you can whip up -- i love the word "whip." >> i know you do. you are whipping it up? >> this is the ultimate halloween party table, right? it's inexpensive, easy, fun. i love decorating for halloween. >> where should we start? >> the theme we've got here is trick-or-treat. we've got our tricks, our treats. what i like to start with is a creepy crawler table scape thing going on. >> they are skittles. you can eat them.
>> we have our could be web table runner which you can get at any fabric store, cheap, $10. i like to build a centerpiece or a table around centerpiece. this is my "taste the rainbow" cake. >> they're twix? >> stuck on with frosting. we dumbed as man possible. i also like to use skittles in the candle decorations because they won't the melt. >> believe' we've got bug juice. >> we've got the bug juice. typical drink. you dump the fake bugs inside. >> this is what happens if you eat too many the skittles. >> is it good?
>> it is, i promise. >> ooh! >> i'm double-dipping, i don't care. >> it's so good. carve the mouth of the pumpkin close to the table and lay the guacamole. we have tangerines with celery stuck in the middle. >> nobody wants that. >> nobody wants that when you can have a cake. we have our frosted, white chocolate frosted ghosts with the skittles. our monster math sh dip and teeth. let's start with the milk frosted ghosts, take any cookie of your choice. the whole thing. see, they know what to do. you do this all the time at home, right? >> we don't do it well is the trouble. >> it doesn't have to be good.
put it on here. put it on the board. oh, very nice. that's your ghost. you get the little red skittles. you can make red eyes, too. you can make the mouth. >> don't judge, all right? >> don't judge. >> and the lily ttle eyes with chocolate chips. >> mean has a red eye issue. >> it's good. you have to lick it off. it's trek or treat. we have our monster math teeth. >> that's a cute idea. >> these are quartered apples, peanut butter on the inside and then marshmallows. and you can dip it in the monster mash deep. cool whip, pa stash yoe pudding. >> thanks to mars from tricks
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will solve them. . hey, everybody, it's wines day wednesday. we're ready to play our trivia game called "who knew." kathie lee's across the street ready to hand out gift cards for those who get the questions right. if they don't they get a signed cd. here with me is henry gold blatt. keep your eyes open, we've heard a rumor that a few ghouls and monsters are going to be making their debuts here. they're on a premiere hollywood experience. and they're lurking. nice moves.
>> well, they're over here, too. i went to the prom with this guy. according to guinness world records, the most frequently used item in sound effects is what? a crack of thunder, a scream or a floor creek? >> a creak. >> it's a scream! i would have gone with floor creak as well. i love this story. the scream is from 1953 movie. it's called the willheim scream. and i think we have a clip of that. >> oh, we do? this is it? >> it's amazing, right? >> over and over. >> so this same editor worked on star wars and the scream has become such a thing from
aladdin. star wars. >> we have a clip of that, too. there it is, over and over. >> lovely ladies from georgia, according to a ranking by entertainment weekly, which was the scariest movie of all time, "jaws", "silence of the lambs", or "the shining." >> why does it get top honors? >> there was a lot of debate on this one. my personal scary movie was the guy in ten days, because who would actively want to try to date matthew mcconaughey and not date him. >> which of these actors played frankenstein's big monster on the big screen? >> i'm going to say robert de niro. >> you'd be right. >> exactly.
it's from a 1994 film. and they were looking for someone to act through the makeup, which of course de niro could. >> oh, my gosh. you're right about that one. >> lovely young girl from connecticut. this 2015 horror film starring cassidy gifford follows teenagers, was it "crimson peak", or "the visit" or "the gallows." >> it's the gallon ws gallows. >> she deprived herself of food and sleep in the movie, yes, ma'am pro vies -- improvised some of her own lines. >> did you know it's national chocolate day, hoda woman? >> i thought every day was national chocolate day.
hershey the, pennsylvania. what would as used as fake blood? >> chocolate syrup. >> she is right. >> very well done. a lot of producers use corn syrup and petroleum stuff, depending on the viscosity and want. sometimes you need different colored blood and different thickness, gross, right? >> thank you for all that information. thanks to the haunted hayride for loaning us their monsters. why don't you just step out here, why wouldn't you? if you're taking any medications, madeline's here to tell you what kind of food you wouldn't want to mix them with. and five seconds of summer coming up after this. where are of going now? where are you going now? where are you going now? now? re could be a nation, there had to be people willing to fight for it, to take on the world's greatest
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statin >> or a baby aspirin. >> exactly. >> you don't think about the food that you're eating. >> and one giant category are grapefruit. so when you think about grapefruit. >> you think it's healthy. >> it's wonderful. and if you're taking statins or certain anti-depressants it can be a problem. there's a hidden risk because grapefruits contain a compound that blocks the digestion of certain medicines. the drugs get into your body and bathe your cells. if you eat grapefruit, it blocks it or it can look higher than the doctor intended. some of the newer statins, people think no grapefruit at all. you can have some but in limited amount. people drink a quart of grape juice.
>> marmalades? >> some oranges are pomelos. >> leafy greens. >> for some blood thinners, people from age 20 to 90 are taking these for a variety of different reasons. blood thinners, even aspirin's kind of in that category. when you take vitamin k is something that promotes clotting. when you take blood thinners, that's to prevent that. they're at odds. so with some prescription blood thinners, you have to be careful. you can talk to your doctor, but it's not so much about eliminating them but limiting them and eating the same amount. >> to be sure. because we want to cover everything. can you have that if you're on a baby aspirin? >> yes, you can have it on a baby aspirin. >> and onions. >> they are good for you. >> when you're cooking, that's perfectly fine. but they have blood-thinning effects as well.
stick with the food, and avoid the capsules that are concentrated. this is acting more like medicine. cook with garlic and skip the supplements. >> calcium? >> dairy products are great for you. but you need to limit this if you are taking iron or certain anti-biotics. too much calcium is not a good thing. >> not too much is bad and too much is bad. >> exactly. avoid the calcium supplements and calcium-fortified products like orange juice. >> all the stuff in your book was specific. i wish doctors would read it, because they don't know about a >> it's like a little dictionary. >> what about alcohol, wine, cheese. >> alcohol in general. >> it's lunch! >> one specific thing is red wine and hard cheese for a certain kind of
anti-depressants, it can cause an abnormal increase in blood pressure. it should be limited. >> multi-vitamins and things. >> supplements, anything that sounds good. from cinnamon, to melatonin, st. john's wort, they can mimic the action of prescription drug and the regulation of these is not like prescription medication. >> read the book. it is amazing. >> again, it is called "don't eat this if you're taking that." >> to fine out more, go to klg and hoda.com. the girls were camped out to see five seconds of summer!
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