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this morning on "today's take," beyonce's big night. the epic 15-minute performance that brought down the house at vmas and dr. oz will join us and a summer dish you can make tonight. all that and more coming up now. >> announcer: from nbc ws, this is "today's take" with al roker, tamron hall, and billy bush live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> welcome to "today" for a monday morning, august 29th, 2016. i'm al alongside tamron. we are missing our pal, billy, who got caught up in the chaos
shooter turned out to be false. we can't have him here. this is the best way to have billy bush. where you put him in a tv monitor. >> it's virtual billy. >> that's right. >> just bring him over. >> it's like we can move you anywhere we want. do you feel dizzy from the movement? >> i smell a lot better this way too. it's been a long night, folks. >> what happened? tell us about it. >> so i'm at l.a.x. last night. i went to take the i get to the airport. i think this is one of those things where we've seen for a lot of people you see it on tv, you see it in the news, and you think this will never happen to me. i won't be caught up in this. all of a sudden i'm in terminal 4 american airlines. i was watching espn. had time for a fast beer at that bar right there. i sat down. all of a sudden i paid and i'm walking out and a stampede of
terror at me. a bomb is going to go off. something is happening. didn't immediately think gunshots. i'm asking everybody and this woman says someone has a gun. i turned around. i ran right back into that restaurant. i went straight back into their kitchen. there's a woman holding her baby. there's people in tears. shear panic. and then they come over the overhead and we find out that -- we found out way later shooter. they had a guy dressed as zoro that they apprehended but he was just a wacky guy. >> lester holt was there as well. he was landing. >> how long did this go on, billy? >> it went on for hours. they had to take everybody, every passenger had to be emptied out of the terminals and then they had to go through tsa screening again. at that point i said it doesn't matter. i'll never make it to the show on time.
little one who has her first day of school today. >> worked out anyway. >> i understand you got a tattoo. >> i did. this is controversial parenting here. i'll have to -- tamron you told me that -- >> i have tattoos. yeah. >> my daughter, josie, turned 18 on friday. why i came back to l.a. she said, look, i want to get a tattoo. what kind? she said right little cross. the beautiful part, you, me and mom, that's the little cross. very small. this is the most painful process in the world. >> that's one of the most -- that wrist area and your ankle are two of the roughest spots that you can get as well. you have some other ones but those are on the list. so the whole crew got it.
>> very nice. >> a family bond. i like it. >> now the other ones, we have a 15 year old and 11 year old and when they're 18, they can decide if they want to join us. >> what if your 15 year old says i want a body piercing. let's all get a body piercing. when she turns 18. >> when she turns -- i guess there's nothing i can do. i won't pay for it. >> you have to do it. >> what's the difference between i'm just saying. >> has to be within your own comfort zone. i'm comfortable as a body piercing as of yet. that may change. >> i can see you with a belly button thing. >> i cannot see that nor do we -- >> you won't actually lay eyes on it. tamron, u.s. open, you played tennis with andy murray. i'm jealous about that. did you beat him?
you know me. you were out at adventure land with me. >> it was not on a tennis court. >> andy murray is the sweetest guy. i was out friday. they work hard to bring tennis to girls. the numbers are still very low when it comes to girls being exposed to tennis programs. they invited me out. why are you laughing, billy? >> the outfit >> our wardrobe department -- it had a nike logo. so they covered it "today" show logo because we can't endorse. andy was so sweet. he brought out two kids. we played partners. so my partner, this really sweet boy. i turned to him and said are you excited that i'm your partner? he froze. no.
you and not andy murray? i tried my best. i can at least say that. >> that's all that matters. >> as two dads, i would think that certainly that's the advice you give the girls, right? try your best. >> do your best. that's why we're so excited about the success of the roker burger. shake shack and i did our best. we did our best. and in fact, all across the country the roker burger sold out. they ran out of roker >> i single handedly shut down the one in battery park. i shutdown one location. >> we're thrilled. it helped no kid hungry, which is great charity that helps fight childhood hunger. the folks at shake shack could not have been nicer and folks tweeting that they ran out were very understanding and some folks said they drove 25 miles to get their roker burger and they couldn't get it. >> any chance this can come back
it's like the mcrib. if the demand is high, can't we do that? >> that's a good idea. >> this is funny i'm looking back at you, without your man spread i feel like i'm half you. >> very much alive but in hiding. >> it's much more comfortable here. >> i got to tell you, i like waist up. >> i think we send top half of you back here and leave bottom half back in l.a. >> you're like that character from the you're all head. >> leave the man spread at home. the genius of the roker burger often times is a terrible tossup for me whether i want to have pulled barbecue or if i want to have a burger. the fact that you combined the two for an ingenious creation for a fabulous cause means it must come back. i searched in the airport for it. i'm one of the people that did not get a roker burger. it needs to come back.
mouth. you have the grill. you have the hamburger. barbecue. pulled pork. everything. cheese. >> the cheese was amazing. but bottom line is, billy, you're right we need to campaign. shake shack has been so wonderful and thrilled to team up with you. >> we'll find out how many we sold. >> we had one serious night last night, guys, at the vmas. i know we all watched. lots to talk about coming up from beyonce's ensemble. i wonder if tamron will agree about if britney spears delivered. >> what about dr. oz? we have dr. oz. >> dr. oz will be making a house call. >> he's going to take our waist see me. see me. don't stare at me. see me. see me. see me to know that psoriasis is just something that i have.
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fashionable so i feel like the odd man out here. i can never look as good as you. >> fishing for compliments. we love you, okay. >> look at that ro. roker. >> he's like chocolate thunder. >> exactly what i was thinking. >> which would make billy white lightning. >> i like that. okay. black thunder. white lightning. i'm crazy we have our nicknames. fashion. did you see blue ivy's dress? >> how much was that? $11,000. i mean, if you can afford it. that's a drop in the bucket for her. >> look how regal that shot is. i think blue ivy is going to be the next big performer. i do. i think her mom was a child performer. >> she should be whatever she wants.
to be this incredible talent. blue ivy is in piano, different things like that. she's rocking the energy of the vmas. >> i love that they used to keep her hidden and now she's out and about. >> how about cann kanye? >> kim kardashian, there's a trend. alicia keys started it. bit. are people doing that? >> alicia keys did not have on makeup. kim kardashian has makeup that looks like you don't have on makeup. it's an illusion. it's like they do strobing and it's supposed to make you look using a highlighter or illuminator in your cheek area. it's designed to look more natural. to your point than she normally does. she just had a baby. look at her body.
how did she look? >> she looked good. i thought she looked awesome. >> she was rocking. we'll talk about the other stuff a little bit later that you and i have to work out. her look was ridiculous. look at her body. >> what do you have to work out? >> the performance, man. i think she was -- i think -- i don't think she was singing. >> singing. no question. >> i'm not ready to go that far. >> definitely not singing but was there enough of a routine out there? last time she performed at the vmas was 2007. it was a bad night. they called this a triumphant return. worst part is she followed beyonce. >> why would they do that? >> i want to talk to the producers. they tweeted out last night
her manager, we would be talking today about how did this happen to me? how did you let me follow beyonce? 16 minutes of "lemonade." >> the beef between beyonce and rihanna over them getting in the elevator and whatever happened there, rihanna had four performances that were fantastic but at the end o beyonce stole the night from absolutely everybody. and sang every word of it sweating, performing, making giant statements with the female gender symbol at the end. >> after she performed, i actually thought the show was over. and then i was, like, no, address britney. >> how about my man drake presenting -- >> proposing. >> either presenting or
>> the no proposal. >> take a look at this. >> can change styles from album to album. we love the videos which change artistic vision from year to year but most of all we love the woman who hasn't changed since day one. she's someone i've been in love with since i was 22 years old. >> she's, like -- >> she blows him off. >> i didn't know you were going to say that. >> i want them to be together, if it's healthy and good i want them to be together. >> this is my reaction to his speech. this is tough. >> what did you do? >> this was actually about two years ago at a drake concert. i took leila and a couple of her friends to see drake. i was halfway -- drake hadn't come on yet. this was halfway between
>> i don't know if we still have it speaking of sometimes not getting, designer, he sings "panda." he was interviewed in the pre-interview of the vmas. listen. >> do i even have to ask you questions? you have so much vibe and energy. i love the su >> you know how it is. >> this is a scene from "airplane." i speak jive. >> i thought -- you know, i was, like, is it me? i went on twitter. i'm not completely off. i go and do a search for designers. i'm officially old. i don't know what he's saying. i'm my parents. it was flooded with people
>> we understand weather. >> he's like a thin albert. >> by the way, we have a lot going on in the tropics right now. a lot of stuff. i thought we would move along. here's what we have going on weatherwise. we have hurricane gaston. we have two tropical depressions out there. and we've also got something going on out in the pacific as well. one we're looking at right number nine, tropical depression nine. 35-mile-per-hour winds moving west at 9. early thursday morning it will come across northern florida dumping anywhere from 5 to 7 inches of rain or more, which will be a big problem because of the zika virus and standing water. we're really worried about that. second system off the carolina coast. that thing is going to basically come on just basically brush the carolina coastline and bring another 3 to 5 inches of rain there. we also have something down in
as well. another 1 to 3 inches as well. that's >> good monday morning, everyone. a mix of sun and clouds. more clouds at times this morning. and sunshine this afternoon. lower humidity this afternoon. temperatures surging back to near 90 in boston and near 80s across the worcester hills. 65 in boston, seven-day forecast, featuring a lot of dry days. the next best opportunity to pick upn storms will arrive late thursday morning. we cool it down to end the week, temperatures in the 70s on friday. >> that is your latest weather. mr. bush, it's been fun having you. good talking to you. >> is it that easy? >> wait. wait. wait. >> move your legs. move your legs. look at the lovely "today's take" sign. >> that's shame.
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you must be the new teacher, huh? yeah. remember, days like today, you'll never forget. you're going to do great. thanks. kleenex, someone needs one. we are back with the one and only dr. oz. >> can't get a pulse. >> he's the host of "the dr. oz show" here with numbers we should know to protect our heart and overall health. >> we'll find out if we make the grade. let's get started. >> you're on bikes. i have resting pulses on you. i'm going to ask you questions.
get the answer wrong, you have to crank up divvy meter. high cholesterol is the best prediction of heart disease. >> false. >> true. >> crank it up, tamron. we'll talk about why. more important is your blood pressure. is optimal blood pressure 135/85. true or false. >> no idea. >> you're good at this, al. high five. i like that. he's right. this is important. high blood pressure 140/90. what happens to average american, they die of a heart attack. you don't want average. you want above average.
heart rate. more concerning, 50 or 90? >> 90. >> 50. >> it's 90, tamron. you have heart beats in your life. michael phelps is probably 10. more of an athlete, lower you are. >> we'll have more with dr. oz including three vital health checks. you've got questions. >> remember these five words. put them up here. face. velvet. church. daisy. red. when we come back, we'll ask you to come back up with them and if you don't have the ability, it concerns me. >> dr. oz with the stuff you need to know to make sure you start off the school year with
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we are back with dr. oz who has his finger on the pulse of your health and ours as well. >> okay. you gave us three important tests. you already have one down here. >> blood pressure optimal is 120/80 or below. yours is high. only because i'm sitting next to you. white coat syndrome. in addition, busy work day. but you want it to be less than 120/80 if possible. do you have a pulse even? that's really low. >> my resting heart rate is about 65. >> people athletic have heart rates in the 60.
your blood pressure checked? >> i've not been to the doctor in two years. okay. let's not judge. i'm going to be honest. i have insurance of course. i'm one of those people i made a point of going to get my annual female exam. i've not been to the doctor in two years. i know, i know, i know. >> easy to get at home these devices. simple. here's why it's so important. number one cause of ageing is yo this is what your artery looks like. i want you to pretend for example that you have a little diabetes, which is like glass shards. scrape that. you start to actually dig gashes in there. you see that hole you made there. this is what happens. once you get cracks in there, the body gets upset and blood pressure is a hammer. take this hammer if you don't mind. hit it right about there.
i had this fixed up. there it is. there. it's really bad blood pressure. once you have a hole in your artery, you have to fix it. what's the best way to fix a hole? you use plaster. unfortunately the body's plaster is something called cholesterol. you take cholesterol and slather this on there and you get not appealing material and over time >> that's lining your blood vessel. >> we need to cut out salt. >> pressure, stress, number one problem we find in our surveys is probably the biggest driver. being short-term stressful environment like doing the show here or exercising raises your blood pressure but long-term stress you can't get away from it doesn't cause this plaque buildup. don't want that inside of you. >> waist line and why is waist measurement so important? >> the other way of dropping
hold on. there's a lot of stuff including squeezing of your kidneys which is responsible for regulating your blood pressure. your body will raise the blood pressure. men don't weigh themselves and women weigh too much. your waist size is the most accurate technique. everyone at home listen carefully. men over the age of 40, we take the belt and put it down there. >> still wearing a size >> the sweet spot is take a simple measuring tape around your hips. up to your belly button there. suck it in now. you're 27. 27 inches is the number you have to remember. it needs to be less than half your height. just to put numbers on it. for men it should be less than 40 inches. for women less than 35 inches. that's the rule of thumb. easy to follow.
for young women, they get caught up in weight. causing eating issues. use a measuring tape. >> next up -- >> please have a seat. >> the quiz is important here. i'm going to try to figure out whether you have something to worry about with your memory or not. you put five words up there before we went to break. you need to be able to remember those words for at least five to ten minutes. it's been about that long now. so you guys -- don't mind. i put a memory quiz here. there's your chalk. write down those five words. do not look at each other's cards. do it yourself. don't lock at what they're writing here. you should be able to remember those for that short period of time and recall them. if you can't get it right, i'll help you out by showing you a list of words which you should be able to recognize. we have face. >> velvet.
>> you got them right but in the wrong order. >> he has church twice. what does that mean? >> it means i'm a skipping record. >> if you can put up the list for everybody, the real issue is you should remember five. four is close. but if you can't pick them out of that list, that's behind al right now, that's a separate issue. don't panic. if you can't pick it up, observe yourself over do you remember phone numbers anymore? we have smartphones. don't remember numbers anymore. exercise your brain a little bit. if you don't think it's normal, see somebody. we can do things to help you. it works. >> thank you, dr. oz. >> two years is a long time. >> i'm going to correct it. you can see "dr. oz show" this fall september 12th. check your local listings. >> you know what else keeps you healthy? fresh tomatoes from the garden.
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favorite. what i love about this is, people are so surprised at how much salt and sugar is in commercial pasta sauce. and this has so much more flavor. >> this is really easy. all you have to do is have good tomatoes around. good olive oil. this is the time. this is the season. >> here's our lovely grid of ingredients. i think one of the great things that makes this is the garlic. >> garlic, olive oil. again, fresh basil. what we're going to do is i tea. i put all of this together and let it cook really slowly. >> how slowly? >> like eight to ten minutes. a really super low heat. it will look like this. if you taste that, you can taste all of the ingredients. >> that's great. >> tomatoes we'll take and core
core out just like that and then just score the skin. we let it cook inside there for maybe 30, 40 seconds or so. >> then you put it in an ice bath. >> directly out of of the water into an ice bath, cool down. you're going to squeeze it like this. then take this peeled tomato and this is what it looks like. in a hot pan, a little more extra virgin olive oil. we have these we're going to cook them for about 30 to 35 minutes. a little salt. a little salt and then once it's done we're going to crush it. cook it about 30 minutes or so. i don't like to cook my sauce more than 40 minutes. >> you add a little of the reserve tomato juice. >> exactly. >> that's great. good thing i got you here. >> now, as far as making the
that tomato sauce is cooked, as i said, about 30 minutes. i'm going to take this spaghetti. right. put it directly out of the water, toss it like this and let it cook down. i'm going to add -- turn off this fire. i'm going to add -- this is a key. this fresh basill adds to the dish. it's really theos thing. >> fantastic. and the farmers markets all over, they have lots of tomatoes. good to see you. and don't forget, you get this recipe e-mailed to you, sign up for the today's food news letter going to today.com/food, or text food to 66866. now this. >> today's weather is brought to you by the venture card from
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tell you? we're not going out together. >> michelle, thank you for saying that. you seem like a real sweet girl. i have to correct you. we are in fact out and we are in fact together. >> not on a date. this is not a date. >> nailed it. >> good morning, guys. >> how much pressure is it? it's a wonderful love story to start off with. we all sort of know the story. you are portraying perhaps one of the mt world. no pressure there. >> not the way you put it. i mean, at first it is a little bit of pressure. once i took the michelle obama of it off of it and brought it back to michelle robinson, the girl from the south side of chicago, you know, who was raised by this amazing family. very humble beginnings. i was, like, okay, i can do that. then it took the pressure off. it's not like i'm playing her now.
>> how was capturing that chicago style? i live in chicago. very distinct accent all of it. how did you get that? >> she has a distinct accent. i had a dialect coach. i wanted to hear the essence of her. she's kind of very hard on her words. she means every single thing that she says. i just wanted to make sure -- >> you're doing it now. >> i wanted to make sure that you guys heard it. >> have you heard >> we haven't. i know they know about it. john legend is an executive producer and does initiatives with them and told the presidepresident i produced this movie you might want to see. they are good reviews. great reviews. >> i cannot imagine they've not seen it. there you have this beautiful image of your courting. who could resist it? >> i know. hopefully we'll get a call. good job. >> let's talk about the little
how are you feeling? >> i'm ready. i feel so good. >> first child? >> my first child. super excited. i'm just proud of being able to do a movie like this and my little girl see somebody she can look up to and just strength. i feel like this is the year of the woman. i just feel like women are so empowering right now. there's something in the air. i just feel like it's a good time. >> you dropped a hint. it's a little you know obviously? >> it's a little girl. i'm so excited. >> so great to meet you. congratulations on the movie. >> i love you guys by the way. >> we love you. constantly working. good stuff. "southside with you" in theaters right now. we're back in a moment.
narrator: funded by kelly ayotte's special interests backers, the ads attacking maggie hassan on the heroin crisis have been called "despicable," "a vile smear," and "trash." the truth... david dubois: maggie hassan has been hands-on working with local police and community organizations. narrator: working
across the aisle to secure millions in emergency funding for treatment and recovery. susan mckeown: maggie hassan. mark mitchell: to governor hassan, i know this is about people and families. mckeown: she's putting the families of new hampshire first.
narrator: let's put this political promise to the test. ayotte: i've been an independent, strong voice for new hampshire. narrator: then why does kelly ayotte still support donald trump for president? independent minded republicans
across america put principle ahead of party and said no to trump. but not kelly ayotte. she says she still supports trump.
norman: that's a lot of vitamins there, harold. harold: oh, i'm stocking up before kelly ayotte gets her way on medicare. norman: what do you mean? harold: well, she wants to privatize medicare, turn it into a voucher program that'll cost families
big time. norman: uhhh... the vitamins? harold: gotta keep my family strong because ayotte also wants to raise the medicare eligibility age.