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>> they are back home after their domination and there's no other word for it of gymnastics at the rio games. we'll find out what's next for these golden games. >> the people best in the business and there's nobody like these girls. >> john johnson, nadia say there's nobody like these guys they were awesome. >> what happens when you put the fonz, captain kirk, boxing champ together, what do you get? never." >> it's kind of like a reality show a little bit, right? >> i can't wait to actually see it. i never say that. i love all those guys. they are so funny separately. i can't imagine when they let loose. one of our favorite irish lads. i love to say his name. he's going to show you how to sneak veggies into your kids lunch box with healthy burgers made out of garbanzo beans. >> you want more flatulence.
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>> you bring the wine, i'll bring the chickpeas. can't wait, katie lee. >> great performance that will blow you away. lindsay sterling. youtube star, "america's got talent," she was on that show. she can work a violin like nobody's business. she makes playing the violin. >> you know how hard to play the violin well and she puts in those dance moves. >> isn't she adorable. today is a big day. today from 7:00 a.m., so it all righted started, to 7:00 p.m. i-hop pancakes for $1. the same thing al's burgers is going to. >> helps end childhood hunger in the u.s. >> there's so much of it. people would be shocked how much childhood hunger there is.
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pancakes today. >> you can donate online starting today until september 25th on ihop.com. they would like to you donate. guess what, our puppy has a name. >> oh, my gosh, we are madly in love with this dog. >> this black lab puppy, we are dying over it. we got to meet them yesterday. >> i wish we could have named him sehcky, because he reminds me of mine. >> you hold him and he falls asleep. >> he's a snuggle bug. >> the name is -- have we announced it. >> the choices we have seen, charlie and ace. the viewers chose charlie! welcome to the family, charlie. >> he's so darn cute. you know what, gabby douglas and her mom and their press person, old time friend of mine, leslie, all came out to my house yesterday.
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>> a marathon lunch. >> marathon lunch. i'm looking forward to meeting the other guys. it was so special. i am such a fan of gabby. there's been a lot of garbage out there about her, can i tell you something? she's one of the finest women i've ever met in my life and i'm old. i've met a lot of people. regardless of -- >> what you might have heard. speaking of olympics and the olympic spirit. we told you the story about abbey d'agostino, the young woman who collided, they helped each other and the other returned the favor. the olympics award a medal for an extraordinary act of sportsmanship. it's only been issued a few times. they issued that award to these two women. it was selected by members of the international olympic committee. it was because they showed -- instead of thinking of themselves.
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caused you to fall, your instinct is to keep going. not to look and help someone. each of them did that, helped each other up. >> didn't you tell me the new zealand girl -- >> abbey. >> abbey didn't know. she fell down. i said what did you think when the woman from new zealand picked you up? she said i didn't remember it. when you fall and it's chaotic and you're back up on your feet. she said it wasn't until after i saw the video after i realized, you know, she had helped me and i helped her. >> fantastic. congratulations to them. >> laura from our hair department was flying home and abbey happened to be on the plane and the pilot announced abbey d'agostino was on the flight and the whole flight went crazy. big heroes. so barbara streisand, okay,
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>> who runs apple. >> you keep telling. ? luckiest people in the world ? >> is it over yet. >> your voice is amazing. >> boy, does your voice come back strong. pronouncing her name correctly. she never spells mine right but she pronounces s as a z, streisand. >> it's wrong. >> i'm saying siri does. she called the head of apple, tim cook, who delightfully said
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streisand, it tells you -- >> let's see. how do you say -- >> it's not on -- >> i was told it would. why do i believe. >> now try. >> how do you say barbara streisand. >> no match found. >> no match found. how long does the woman have to be a star. how do you -- no wonder people are crazed today. >> how do you -- >> now, now. >> how do you pronounce barbara streisand. >> no match found. >> no match found. >> who is -- hoda. >> okay. do it now.
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the "today" show. >> not match found. >> apparently you and barbara streisand do not exist. >> what are the names of kathie lee gifford's children. if you don't know that, you're at. >> this never works. when are we going to learn that, hoda. >> siri, siri, siri. speaking of streisand, remember got tickets to barbara streisand's concert. >> she won it. >> we played a barbara streisand tribute. you were in rio. here they are. felicia on the left -- on the right. the one singing. she won and guess who she took? >> who? >> she took the other lady, the other contestant, courtney.
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she wanted and she took the other contestant. >> i hope they have a wonderful time. i hear it's fantastic, her concert. >> try it again. >> how do you say barbara streisand. >> genius not available. >> genius not available. do you want to try yours? people are turning off their tvs at home and rightfully so. >> here, kat. say something. >> what is barbara streisand's first name. >> barbara streisand born -- >> now ask something else. >> what is kathie lee gifford's co-host on the "today" show. what is her name? >> i don't see her in the contacts. perhaps one of these?
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>> how about pamela lee. >> we have so much in common. >> that is really -- siri has attitude, too. did you miss spanky tuesday while you were away? >> i didn't. they are listing all the lees. >> almost time. we're going to give it away like hoda does all the time. superstars of the olympic games, gold medal winning final five are here. we'll hear their advice on everything after this. >> henry winkler coming up. stop it, siri. ? approaching medicare eligibility? out your medicare options until you're sixty-five, but now is a good time to get the ball rolling. keep in mind, medicare only covers about eighty percent of part b medical costs. the rest is up to you. that's where aarp medicare supplement insurance plans insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company come in.
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ever be known in olympic history. left the summer games in rio as the most successful women's u.s. gymnastic team ever. simone biles, aly raisman, gabby douglas, madison kocian, laurie hernandez. nine, epic displays of strength and talent and determination night after night after night. >> hi, guys. >> welcome to new york, ladies. such a pleasure to meet you. god bless you all. you did amazingly well. >> did you guys go back and watch your performances? >> last night went --
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>> are you curious to see these moments, they were very emotional moments for all of you. there was a moment you could see a total release with you. describe what that felt like when you know you nailed something. >> felt really good. i was so proud of myself and the whole entire team. i don't know. your emotion just takes over. >> i don't think anyone cried harder than aly after your last? >> i wonder if it was going to be your last. when i saw it, i wondered if this was your last. this was a major release. i wondered if you were thinking this would be the last time at the olympics. >> for me i've competed three world championships and two olympics. it took me five chances to get the all around medal. it felt like it took forever. especially after getting tied for third and not having the tiebreak go my way, that's what i thought about every single day for the last four years so it
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>> which ones of you are going off to college? >> madison. >> madison. where are you going? >> ucla. >> are you going to visit her, crash her parties? >> yes. >> gabby, gabby, gabby. hi, girl. >> hi, hoda. >> how are you? you did something that is unprecedented, really, to go from one olympic game to another one, did the magnitude of that >> it really didn't at the moment. i was so excited to come back and be back for the games especially with aly, us being back on winning teams. it's amazing, so phenomenal. >> isn't that weird when you think about that. and this little one, little laurie. i can't believe you're 16. when you look at her picture -- >> gabby was 16. how old were you, aly at the last game. >> 18. >> you were the old lady of the
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>> is that what they call her? >> grandma, right? >> grammy gram. >> laurie, your family and i think a lot of your families are standing right there. the biggest crowd of people in the world. i wonder which one is laurie's mom? >> by the way, i hate to say watching you guys was fun but what was more fun for me was watching parents. >> you were with the parents. >> our hearts were pounding. we sawom mom and dad, it was fun for them. what was it like knowing you were performing in front of them? >> i think it gave us more comfort to have them here. they had been through everything with us. having them cheer us on in the stands. we look up to them and all we can do is smile. >> we're going to see you sunday night at vma? >> yes.
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tap? >> "snl." >> what? >> we want to. >> i like that. it would be great. >> with betty white would be great. >> hoda, i have a request. can you get me and her to hang out profit carrie underwood? >> yeah. >> gabby. >> can we print up music for them. we can get you al roker burgers, that's all we can do. >> we love you. this is a song you requested, we heard. you're going to dance. ? let me love you ? >> there they are, everybody, final five. two actors, athletes, comedian walk into a bar. >> it's like a bad joke but you can expect a lot of laughs with
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actor, producer, director, author whoif forever when he was cast in the iconic role of the fonz on "happy days." we're talking about the golden globe winner, henry winkler. >> now the silver fox, a few buddies you may have heard of, george for man, terry bradshaw, william shatner -- >> a bunch of nobodies. >> they packed their bags on the trip afterlife time for nbc's new series "better late than
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>> have you to have skewers of meat. >> seems like he's done his research. that's bill. he knows something about everything. >> this is great. >> so i'm in. >> can i ask you a question. what is that? [ laughter ] >> and hilarity ensued. >> that was in tokyo. in hong kong we had cow soup. >> i'll tell my mother. >> i'm never going to try it. >> bill was, henry, we're in the culture, you've got to eat it. i said, i'm having chicken. >> is this like a reality show, unscripted? you do your thing?
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show, comedy, no script, five cameras, six cities, four countries, five guys. >> in how long? >> 35 days. >> that's amazing. >> you probably knew one another. >> i knew bill. >> everyone knows bill. >> but i now have friends i never new. >> i bet. >> we really -- the show is delightful. it gets funnier each consecutive tuesday. >> the more you get to know each other. >> that's exactly right. we got tighter and tighter and tighter. >> called friendship my fr. >> and now we are. >> was the chemistry there right away or did it take a minute? >> it took a minute because these are very big personalities. >> egos, let's keep that in mind, will shatner. >> bill, i did not say that. >> terry bradshaw has a strong one, too, and george foreman. everybody does. >> terry has got the heart of oklahoma. bill is really underneath --
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george was a major fighter to the end and became a pastor. >> i know. >> jeff die, a wonderful comedian. >> he's one i'm not familiar with. >> he was supposed to be our valet and became one of the guys. >> you do a bit and stick you in a chair and talk. >> say we're with you and in tokyo. >> we did several cities, then we would talk about what we remembered from each. like you cannot put chop sticks standing straight up in the rice. that is -- >> why? >> it's a no no, an insult. >> show us how to do it. >> if you had a bowl of rice, you would put it on the side. >> rest it. >> is there a right way to eat it? >> there was a "today" show we did in tokyo where they play russian roulette with wasabi. they made you a roll. >> get the roll.
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>> makes my eyes water. >> i put it in my mouth, and i wanted to tell you my mouth is just recovering. >> you got the one. >> we're eating. i'm hungry. >> cheers to you. >> "better late than never" airs tonight on 10:00. >> on nbc. >> cheers. >> four tuesdays in a row. >> me either. sticks in my teeth. more surprises for deserving english teacher. this camera? >> yeah, this camera. >> three, two -- the rent is ou. good thing geico offers affordable renters insurance. with great coverage it protects my personal belongings should they get damaged, stolen or destroyed. [doorbell] uh, excuse me. delivery. hey.
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we are back on this tuesday with school bells ringing across the country teachers and students need new looks for the year. >> we decided to give one deserving teach area style makeover. let's take a look at her story. >> my name is amanda cornwell, mother of two and teacher in michigan. when i completed college, i never intended to go into education but that was before i met my husband garth. he adores teaching and his energy and enthusiasm for his profession inspired me. suddenly my office job didn't and i found myself wanting to be in the classroom. that was about 15 years ago. now i teach reading and writing to about 150 middle school students each year. while the schools provide a modest budget for supplies, i try to personalize my classroom with special purchases. i also purchase additional books for my students, since inspiring a love of reading is so important to me. however, all of those costs add
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from $500 to $1,000 each year of my own money for these extra items. teaching is not easy. the hours are long and you don't see the immediate impact you're having on students. but what i love about teaching is when those moments happen, and they do happen, that's when i know it was all worth it. >> absolutely. here with us style and trend expert britney levine who picked out a great first day of school outfit for amanda. hi. how are you doing? >> this is terrific. we do have a before picture. she's an awesome person inside and out. what did you feel like you needed to do to help her out. >> she's amazing. she deserved an equally amazing look. this is the before picture we just saw. she wore her jeans, she's very comfortable teaching. we wanted to give her fashion confidence to go back to school. she starts tomorrow. >> there's the before. amanda, come on out.
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>> adorable. >> menswear is a big trend for fall. we wanted to put her in that tuxedo suit look that tailored her. >> tucked it in, gave her the blazer and a pop of color on the wrist. she never wears stretchy pants but look at these pants we gave her. she looks absolutely amazing. so confidence, so trendy, and >> they are comfortable. >> that's the thing. we want to make sure she's comfortable for school but also in the reading corner. >> what do you think? >> i love it. >> also go for date night. >> exactly. >> thought we would bring out -- >> a couple models. >> we have models for you. >> bring in our first student model.
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>> from her classroom. >> so nice. >> look beautiful. >> just as trendy and confident as amanda. kate -- cade is dressed in t-shirt. ruthie in lauren conrad dress with peek-a-boo shoulders. >> i love that. >> her backpack, all of their lofr nothing too over the top but trendy for fall as well. amanda, you do so much for your kids. since you have a classroom page on adoptaclassroom.org kohl's wanted to make a big donation to really give back and get all your essentials for the new year. you have everything you need. you don't have to spend your own
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they wanted -- cade and ruthie looked so incredible in their looks. they wanted to outfit all your incoming students as well, so your whole new class can look fun, fashionable and trendy. >> oh, my gosh. so cool. >> a surprise. >> burgers and cupcakes that taste good and are good for you. that's all coming up next. >> yes, it is. >> apparently. and i wouldn't want to mess with that. but when (my) back pain got bad, i couldn't sleep. i had trouble getting there on time. then i found aleve pm. aleve pm is the only one to combine a sleep aid plus the 12 hour strength of aleve. for pain relief that can last into the morning. ? look up at a new day...? hey guys! now i'm back.
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you know this, it's not easy coming up with healthy lunch ideas day after day that your
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so they call him the irish chef and co-host, i can't help the accent, food network star. >> yes. >> a couple of ways, in a sneaky way put in some good things for a kid, stuff with vitamins. >> that's the important thing. it's so easy to forget this time of year it's easy to get vegetables in there. garbanzo beans. they are in here. a little bit of a stretch for me. i call them chickpeas. >> they are so inexpensive. they are great. i can roast them. >> we say garbanzo. >> no, i say chickpeas. >> i don't know what i'm saying half the time, kathie lee, to be perfectly honest. >> moved from ireland with swedish wife to los angeles. >> no wonder you're confused.
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cumin and a spice from indian cuisine. you blend this and get this mixture which looks exactly like this. i always like to add a little bit of texture, some carrots, chickpeas and what you'll get is this most beautiful mixture that will make up these beautiful patties. who doesn't like a patty. so you fry off these patties and these cook off really quickly. all you're looking for is a nice color on them, golden brown color. >> kids like the taste of that. >> it's surprisingly delicious. because they kind of look like burgers, they are something kids can get involved in. >> pita bread. >> we stuffed them into toasted pita bread with a little salad and grated carrots. i made up this yogurt.
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and it just tastes fantastic. >> get in there, hoda woman. >> you've got a burger. a healthy burger, what we're going for. drizzle with sauce. don't need ketchup here and carrots. it's delicious. some tomato. i'll give you a choice. come around, kathie. we have some to taste. these are simple to make. inexpensive ingredients, really easy. i have beautiful zucchini muffins. >> i know. are you shocked? i'm surprised so good. >> by adding garbanzo beans, you get something to bite on, scallions. kathie lee? >> very good. >> come on a date with you. and your swedish wife. >> i'd come on a date with you and your swedish wife. >> i'll have to speak to her about that. >> desert. >> zucchini carrot cupcakes.
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another way of sneaking vegetables in there especially this time of year. >> you wouldn't have known i was irish. come on. >> for these recipes, today.com/food. >> get ready for electrifying performance from youtube star
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the citi concert series is proudly presented to you by citi. now the music sensation unique as her style. >> electric violinist lindsey stirling combines with pop and rock music and does this whole thing while she's dancing. >> and dancing well. lindsey is also a youtube superstar with 1 billion views on her channel now out with a new album "brave enough." debuted at number one on the
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