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who is in for kathie lee. >> by the way, you know what, it is so funny. with a guy with a mustache, some women love guys with a mustache. i was married to a guy with a mustache. i liked it at the time. it's a weird thing. >> what did you like about it? >> there is something about it. it is very manly, very sexy, like tom selleck, right? >> and willford brimley. my predecessor on "access hollywood," patrick o'brien. >> have you ever grown one? >> i can't. i don't think i can. it would take too long. i'm stressing very hard about movember when all the men on the "today" show will be making fun of me. i'm like a boy, for some reason, on the upper part. i can't grow it. >> here you can. >> not really. it takes a while. >> so we're going to kick off the weekend with one of the most
manzo clan. they have their own spinoff show. it has been on a few years. plus, brad goreski, fashion host, will show us the newest looks off the catwalk. we have our bucket list today. and we're wrapping it up today. >> i really, really have enjoyed that. yesterday, merrill, merrill from chicago. >> merrill, yeah. >> from the salvation army and the people coming out. i'm two years sober, i'm going to college. all these things. i was watching it. rewatching it in the car on the way out to the u.s. open last night with your boyfriend, joel, who i picked up. the two of us were bawling in the back seat. you want to watch it again? i do. we watched it together. it is the most wonderful thing. you have to reload. you have to keep going. >> keep going? >> put it together. >> speaking of the open, you did scoop up my cute boyfriend, you
>> i would say hot. >> he is. >> there we are at the open. >> you and i have our earpieces still in. >> i know. >> what is that like listening to christie everett? if you haven't been to the u.s. open you watch the match but they give you that gizmo to put on your ear and you can hear what the commentators saying. serena williams lost chris evert, we were listening to her. both serena and chrissy had seven championships. >> chrissy was obsessed t was really humid that night. everyone was drippy and sticky. serena had on the long sleeves. it was a cute top.
it seemed warm given the situation, right? >> her opponent seemed much more air conditioned. but serena refused. when you are playing, you can turn around to the ball boy and get a towel. she wouldn't do it. she kept wiping her hands on the dress. chris evert could not get passed it. just get a towel. get a towel! this is a huge loss. she lost in the semis last year at the u.s. open. the crowd got behind her. remember? she had these moments where she would go, come on. she did one looking at her competition and then she double faulted. >> she double faulted. you're fun to watch sports with, by the way. you get so in. billy gets in. he doesn't just sit in his seats like those people. you are in, you are up. you are pacing around. you are in. you are all the way in. >> i'm in it to win it. >> let's have a cocktail for friday. shall we? >> what is this? >> this is in honor of stand up for cancer.
fund, a charity that gives support to women with breast cancer. it has orange, beet juice, club soda. >> you almost convinced me it was good for me. >> are you hosting something? >> it's the komen run/walk is in september this year in new york city. tomorrow morning at 7:30. i'll be there at 7:30. it actually starts at 9:00 or 9:30. it's the komen in central park. go to komennyc.com and you can walk along. >> are you the grand marshal? >> i am. >> you're the perfect grand marshall for this. >> are they having this in september and not october when you were available? i'm thinking. >> i don't think so. >> i would understand that. >> the stand up for cancer
that's at 8/7 central. 100% of the proceeds go to cancer research program. >> we talk top concerts. >> what's your favorite band to see live? >> i have been to lots of concerts. i love so many bands. a lot of them come here to the "today" show. should we reveal ours at the same time? >> if you have the same as me, i'm going to be blown away. >> here are our favorite. we don't know. we each wrote down our concerts on this thing. one, two, flip it up? >> what do you have. tilt you >> you too? i saw this again. ? because i'm stuck in cold weather ? ? maybe tomorrow will be better ? ? can i call you then ? ? i'm a rambling man ? ? you ain't never gonna change ? ? you gotta gypsy soul ?
of lincoln ? >> it's my solo. get out of here. >> kathie lee all over again. >> wait a minute. hold up. >> by the way, when you hear them in concert, it is literally chemical, like you feel it the way that they did. ? >> so fun. i saw them at a tennis stadium where they used to do the u.s. open. it is look a tennis court they performed on. it is so intimate, because it is not like you are way in the bleachers way far away. beautiful setting. joel and i went. we never forgot it. it was beautiful. we are weeping, cheering. it was gorgeous. >> i wish you were with me for my birthday last october.
people on a yellow school bus. i rented a school bus and had everybody picked up at this hotel and took 32 people to the hollywood bowl. >> what? i'll never do it again, never. >> oh, my gosh. that's us right there geared up for the big show. a full zac attack. i'm trying to make him love me. i see him. he is like, hey. i think he is like, stalker attack. get that guy out of here. i'm waiting for the connection to go to the next level. >> stubhub did list the hottest concerts and they did it. based on the -- >> is our guy in there? >> let's see. >> top three. number three is -- only three? >> beyonce is only three? >> i had her higher than that. >> me too. >> number two? ? i do like this.
>> i like that. >> drake number two. number one, i guess this shouldn't surprise anybody. ? >> adele. >> you have never seen adele in concert? >> i never have. that's what's impressive. she doesn't do anything. no moves. she's centers the energy and the power of her voice carries the whole thing. you don't need this. >> that's actually a great lesson. you are right. she is one of those people that doesn't do a lot of theatrics on stage. she talks. >> true. >> you know what it is time for? >> oh, man, the pressure. >> it is kathie lee's friday funny and billy is going to give it a shot. >> there is a knock on the door. he goes to the door, looks out. looks in front of him, to the left, to the right, doesn't see anything. just before he closes the door, there is a snail on the carpet in front of him. picks up the snail, tosses it in the bushes and closes the door, goes back in. six months later, same knock at
it up, looks down, no one is there, looks left, looks right, no one there. about to close it, he looks down and sees the snail and the snail looks up and says, what was that all about? >> that was pretty good. >> hello. what was that all about? there we go. kathy, come home soon. >> i serve up a surprise for one deserving father and h wait until you see what she managed to pull off after this. after this. >> that was a good one. >> not bad. joel loved it. i love that my sf the morning ritual around here. people rely on that first cup 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.
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hoda, you have been a fairy grandmother all wish granting wishes. everything from monster trucks. >> loved her. >> loved that. >> to merrill right there in chicago who has helped everybody through the salvation army. what's the big finale? >> yesterday, i headed out to the u.s. open in new yor in front of everybody there. we surprised a man whose life story will blow you away. >> my dad is amazing. he is the most giving, caring person. >> what i got in my hair, butterflies? >> yeah. >> my father's philosophy on life is just optimism and
given his background, that's so surprising. >> it's hard to believe it happened. but he lived through it. >> when he was su6 years old, the nazi sent his entire family to a concentration camp. just a little boy, he cheated death time and time again. >> my father's entire life was these series of horrors with a series of mazing people that went out of their way to help him. >> when brought before a firing squad, an old man pushed him down and took the bullet instead. >> my father was focused not on th that saved him. >> les came to america with nothing. he had a third grade education and learned english from comic books. >> when he did have some time, he was the only person who would give somebody that was on drugs or in jail, a chance. >> we've decided he was here for a purpose, helping people, taking care of his family. >> always put your feet on the brakes. >> basically, he is the happiest
and he loves his sports. >> tennis is one of the constants in my father's life. >> the tennis channel is always on in my house. >> every morning on his way to work, he will stop by the tennis courts. >> he is not bad either. he was kicked out of a tournament in his own community for being too good. >> john mcenroe is definitely one of my dad's favorites growing up. >> when john mcenroe plays, he >> it was always giving your all and leaving nothing behind. that's how my father plays every game, every volley. having him celebrated on the court of the u.s. open, i can't imagine anything better. >> to surprise les, we coordinated a fool-proof plan. son, aaron, is our accomplice.
cameras in the stadium are trained on him. with the win for mcenroe, it's game on for us. >> let's do it. >> hi, everybody. there is one person in this audience who we are going to honor today. the person is standing among us and this person has no idea. take a look up there at those monitors. >> my father's philosophy in life -- >> at first, it seems les has an important call to make. >> so surprising. >> but then he gets it. >> my dad is amazing. he is the most giving, caring person. >> he is happy giving back. >> within moments, his story wins over the crowd. >> a big round of applause for les! come on down.
>> i think you just saw my match and i got a little left in the tank. so i'm thinking we should go out and play a couple games. >> yeah. >> this will be something special for him to remember. it's a part of his bucket list, you know. but les has some shots of his own. a few good rallies and he ends it all with a win. >> my father taught through actions. we were watching. everything he did was an absolute inspiration. >> i can't believe you did that. >> a great, great, great family. >> i know joel is at home crying with me.
it's beautiful. >> speaking of surprises, we have the monzas and they have a few of their own. they are going the dish on the family drama. >> brace yourself for a real rush. david rush attempting to break a guinness book of world records right after this. he is focused. (?) (?) when you are suffering from chest congestion try mucinex 12-hour.
take a look. >> meet the blindfolded juggler. 32-year-old david rush takes juggling to a whole new level. the current guinness world record holder has titles in the most juggling head rolls, most juggle catches and longest blindfold juggling. tossing balls in his air is just one of his specialties. he has also broken the record for chainsaw chin balancing. now that's sharp. today, david is hoping to break his guinness world record title minute while blind fielded. can he make history once again? let's find out. >> david is here with guinness world record adjudicator, rob malloy. chain saw on the chin? >> whatever you can get students inspired to steps. >> science, engineering and math. >> you get the blackout blindfold on? >> i have ski goggles blacked inside and out with felt.
>> these are much easier to get on and off and comfortable for wearing for long periods of time >> how many catches do you have to make to break the record? >> 364 catches in a minute. >> in one minute? >> we'll get the results later. there is no way you can count this. >> we'll watch slow motion on the replay. >> gentlemen, take the floor. >> it is all about inspiring students. it is not about the juggling. it is about giving students a tangible example if they set their mind to a goal and pursue it with a passion, they can ac >> a little warm up here. starting is the hardest part, other than finishing. wait, wait --
>> we're starting over. >> we'll go again. >> david, are you ready? >> yep. >> three, two, one, go. >> ladies and gentlemen, i have him at about 53 right now, 72. he just went to 91. it's like broadcasting golf, very quiet. two balls down. >> it's all about the nerves. last attempt here. >> one more go. >> for the record, are you ready? >> yeah. >> three, two, one, go. >> a ton of pressure right now.
>> too many nerves. >> that's all right. there is a consolation prize. it is a hug. >> thank you. >> thank you, babe. >> thank you so much. >> what you said about stem is the important part. you got that out for sure. >> we'll be back after your local news and weather. approaching medicare eligibility? you may think you can put off checking 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
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landed her the program "manzo'd with children." now this family of five is a family of six. >> that's right. daughter, lauren, got married. to kick off the new season, the family takes a field trip to a haunted jail, of course they did, to help their son, chris, research his next book. >> we are now standing at al capone's cell. he was here for carrying a deadly concealed weapon. >> a month in hoboken. >> how did he get his furniture? >> the warden says he got no special treatment whatsoever. he was treated like every other inmate. kind of like how people say celebrities in jail don't get any special treatment. that's what they say. >> it's possible. >> do celebrities get special treatment in jail? >> i don't know any celebrities that have been in jail, real celebrities that have been in jail. >> oh, girl. you dropped the hammer. boom!
i don't consider what we do as celebrity. we are television personalities. celebrity in my mind and forgive me i'm sorry if i insulted anybody, you got to have a talent. >> wow. >> a lot of people agree with you. >> do you keep up with any of the women on the old show, on the real housewives of jersey? >> in the real world, sure. i left the show because of a head trip. i kind of like where i am now. i see jasmine and kathy every once in a while. that's about it. if i were to run into the others, it would be fine. but i don't hang out with them. >> i like the new look. it may not be new new. it is new to me. i like it. >> it is short. >> you slick it back? >> i get up, put a little gel in. >> i like it. >> it works for me. >> what do you think of the new 'do? >> beautiful woman, no matter what? right? say it. >> absolutely. i love every look she has. i think she should go back to long hair. >> he likes the long hair. >> looking at season three, is everything okay with you?
we had about three or four months of not knowing 1,000% what it was. it turned out to be an infection a crazy infection. but the message i went -- and why i put it out there is because the mammogram did not pick the lump up, the ultrasound did. do a little homework, go a little farther if you can. >> mark, stand up for one second. look at this physique. look what happened. when i walked up to you, i said, oh, my god, check out what happened. we saw you on instep. you have t weight. what are you doing, living in the gym? what's happening? >> i signed up with a trainer, roderick. but basically what i did was i was turning 30 this year. that for whatever reason hit me a little different. i wanted to go into it feeling the best i ever felt in my life. >> you look really -- >> i also turned 30 this year and i got to tell you, i did the same thing.
family. i hope you are fitting in nicely. do you know what your mother-in-law's favorite -- let's put you to the test here. what's her favorite snack? >> her favorite snack? >> oh, vito. >> cherry pie. >> here is another question for you. what is the name of chris' book? >> "oliver's bright side". "who want aspeny -- wants a >> i did read it. we bought how many copies? >> every bookstore we went to, i bought five copies. >> is it a best seller? >> it is not. it was a very small release with a small publisher. it was what i want to do. it was more getting my foot in the door. >> how many pages is it? >> 37. >> you have to shorten it up. it should be like ten. >> you guys keep us entertained. thank you for coming to see us. vito, thank you for speaking up.
>> is he a hunk of burning love? or what, this guy? >> he is a little teddy bear. >> his physique too. >> i work just as hard to keep my physique as he does. >> manzo'd with children, back to back episodes. it happens this sunday at 9:00, 8:00 central on our sister channel, bravo. >> all this you will need to keep your students safe and smart for the new school year. >> the four trends huge this fall. just ask fashion star, brad
hitting the books. we have the tech to make your life easier. >> who are with some must-have gadgets and gear for students and parents, here with us is carly noblakz. >> we are going to make back to school fun. here is the first product known for great products. it has a digital twist by seedling. pick this up and take a look at what is inside. is game you make and you can take a picture of it with this app. >> what are you looking at in there? you can play a marble game and take a picture with it with this app. it becomes a virtual game . >> there you go. a virtual game. >> there is you, hoda, and kathy. >> you can run around in your own maze that you created. critical thinking skills enter the game. it is incredible. $59. the little cardboard kits cost
there is so much research, when you write notes, you retain better. >> i agree 100%. >> me, too. >> you are going to write a little fun note and hit the button on the slate and it is going to sync to the app, which we have here. don't let it take forever. >> what do you do? >> hit the button. that one? >> right there. it is going to take a second it's going to sync up here. so you have the best of both world's, your paper notes and then you have right there. >> there it is. right there. let the camera see. >> hoda like yoda. >> that's clever. these are noise-canceling head phones. they are kid priced. usually, they cost in the hundreds. the best way to get that. $50 in sony. usually, they are hundreds of dollars.
$50 from sony. >> for kids if they are studying. no distractions, no noise from their smartphone. >> this is great for parents who don't want to give their kids a smartphone. they want to be able to stay in touch. the gizmopal, cute from l.g. it's a wearable they can wear and it allows two-way calling with up to four contacts. mom, dad, grandpa, babysitter you have that extra peace of mind that they are where they are supposed to be. >> that's what it is about for the parents. we get the call. we also know where you are. >> exactly. >> this is for a slightly older kid. press this button here. >> hoda, let's say you are at a party. you are in high school or college and you don't feel safe or you are walking home alone. you feel a little bit like somebody is following you. >> in about ten seconds, there is going to be an alert on this phone which is the phone of your friends. your friends all get notified that maybe you are in distress. they can see your gps.
there's the thing that says hoda needs help. you are not in a 911 situation. but you feel uncomfortable. you are at a party and talking to somebody, help me, help me, help me. >> exactly. this is epic. i might have to hold this up. i love this. this is like the netflix for kids friendly books. $4.99 a month. they get 15,000 titles. reading for pleasure is so important. not just for scholastic success. >> genius. it is reading books, audio books, all kid friendly, no ads and you can put up to four different profiles in here of age, interest, and reading level. the parents are going to see how much they read. the kids get motivated. >> i can't believe someone hasn't thought of that before. >> something for the kids and something for the parents. >> this is one last thing i want to show you called study blue. these are digital flash cards. both my kids use these. they are amazing. you load in all your questions and answers.
get this up for you. it randomizes a test for you. we are showing it like this. but it's going to tell you how you did over time. my daughter had to memorize all the african country capitals. it was so hard. she got to see over time. i got 78%. she went into the test not stressed. she knew she was doing well. >> carly, all good. >> that's called studyblue. >> thank you for everything. coming up, he will give you a citation for a style violation. >> "fashion police" star brad goreski with hottest fall looks. >> coming up after this. can't wait. >> all coming up right after this. it's amazing out there means to me the wonder and the wow of weather. >> everything is amazing. it could be the smallst ice crystal, the biggest storm
it means looking up and being inspired even if it's just straight up blue skies i mean how beautiful is that? >> that little burst of red that happens when the sun comes over the ocean in the morning. >> watching lightning streaking across the sky from one side to the other. >> the roll of the thunder is just -- it's just one of the most amazing things. >> that's what it's amazing out there is. and what it means to you mentally and the memories you take away >> how that absolutely affects our lives, day-to-day, what's in the stores? what's we going to wear? how much is it going the cost? the weather has real influences on and that's why it's amazing out there. >> what it means for me is it lets the world know what happens at the weather channel. >> i think what makes the weather channel coverage unique is we are meteorologists. we know what's going on with the
>> someone walks up to you in the field and says thanks for being there. we are so glad you were here. >> we have a charge. we have a responsibility. we have a drive to provide the information to people to help them and help the communities and their families stay safe. it matters so much. >> when you start linking the people side up to the weather and the science and the data it makes a real connection and starts to drive home the importance of what we do. >> i love weather. i >> i love the weather. and i love working with people who love the weather. this is what we love to do. >> every single day is going to be something spectacular. >> it is truly amazing out there. there. york apartment, but the rent is outrageous. 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. lo mein,
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the catwalk? >> we have the man here with some of the season's hottest trends. brad goreski, the fabulous co-host of "fashion police." he will be co-hosting macy's presents fashion front row on september the 15th. >> yes. >> busy. busy, you are. >> yes, it has been busy. >> sometimes you look at the runways and say, wow, wonder if i could wear that? there are some things that we could, regular people like us could wear. trends and macy's has so many great pieces to offer. there is lots of great stuff to wear. >> i think we have ariana with a little bit of a throwback look. >> i like that. ariana is giving us a little bit of a modern, 1970s vibe. we have this gorgeous, geometric print in a very nice easy dress shape to wear with the contrasting trim and cuffs, statement jewelry and one of the pieces to have for the season, an over-the-knee boot.
still, super modern and very, very fresh. >> love it. >> i love how models stand. it looks like it is effortless. >> for some reason, bethany, she has a cool gray and black dress on. i love this. what's the trend here? >> this is step to dinner i'm calling it. this is a look you can wear to work and go out right after. beautiful mix of textures here. you have that metallic lace, the white and black marbled fabric and that shoe, that patent leather, that mix between boy and the thick satin heel, very big trend for fall. >> gabby has a bomber twist. >> look at gabby. >> glam, rock 'n roll. this is a little bit of a new twist on rock 'n roll. the bomber jacket has been around for a while. for fall, i like it in these luxurious brocades with the little bit of gold in there. leather we are seeing transition all the way into some of the new spring collections.
get your leather now. of course, the little studded bootie. so cute. you can wear all these pieces, mix them very casually with jeans or with a great pair of leggings and you are going to look chic, chic, chic. >> that is so cute. gabby, thank you. >> our last model is helena. she has a blouse and trousers. it is very audrey hepburn, matt. i love that. >> isn't it cute? a little take on the 1960s. a mod look. the mixture of the prints and fabric. it is feminine but not too sweet. we added that really cute graphic heel, the black and white heel, the open-toed bootie. i love this pant with the print and the cute little peter pan collar. sweet but not too sugary. >> like laura petry. >> i think of julie ann moore. i don't know why. i just can. >> nice graphic black and white works well. >> i am so glad that the thicker heel is back for walking purposes. >> absolutely. >> much easier to walk in. >> the block heel and the
>> let's bring all of our models back. just to walk and we can see how it's done. brad, thank you for all you do. >> something for everybody. >> don't forget to watch brad coast macy's presents fashion front row, september 15th on e! moments ago we gave our blindfolded juggler mr. rush another shot on breaking his own guinness world record. this time, did he cross the finish? did he do it? we're going in ? ? one day a rider made a decision. the decision to ride on and save money. he decided to save money by switching his motorcycle insurance to geico. there's no shame in saving money. ride on, ride proud.
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break that guinness book of world records by juggling blindfolded for a minute. >> he had three strikes. did he make it? >> he needed 364 catches. he got 335. >> he didn't do it? >> he didn't do it. but you know, look, it's his own record. he already has the record. he is trying to break his own record. he is the record-holder. >> normally when you tease something like that and you go to the other side, oco everybody is happy. with he go to our weekends and it is done. he didn't do it? >> no. >> what kind of show is this? >> you know what, sometimes things don't work out. >> i want to thank you, billy, for hanging out with me on this friday. next week, miley cyrus, carol burnett, shaileen woodley, paris hilton, aaron neville. that's the show. >> have a great time at meghan trainor. joel, you're going to love the
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