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as it should. life is family mealtime and everything you need to make it picture perfect. now be sure to tag your mother because she needs more followers. ok. this morning on "today's take," kristen bell and ted danson take us inside "the good place" for a behind the scenes tour. and then one of america's funniest tv dads, alan thicke. and a dish your family will love. all that and more, coming up now. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's take" with al roker, tamron hall, and billy bush. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. welcome in to "today" on this monday morning, september 12th, 2016. billy bush and tamron hall. al is off. >> good morning. >> i think he is on a college tour with his daughter. which is beautiful. been following them on instagram, following all the
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including eating barbecue and having a nice time. we have clothing on the desk. >> we do. i need your help. i know women at home can totally understand this. these buttons on your outfit or the zippers where you have to make where you have to be a contortionist to zip up. >> i'm really sorry. >> you can't do it? >> i don't function that well. >> we're getting dressed. >> why are there buttons on clothes like this? that will be my invention. i'm going to be like jennifer lawrence's character in "joy" where she invents the mop. i am going to invent something where we can do our own bracelets, our own zippers. now that's out of the way. okay. here we go. this weekend i raided the vault. that's what i affectionately call my closets at home. >> it is an extensive -- >> it is a deep vault. i've never really shown the entire closet system in my house because -- for obvious reasons my mother will now know i have a shopping addiction.
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>> here's the deal. i've had a job since i was 14 years old so i've always bought my own clothes and paid for my own things. they've never seen the credit card bills. they've seen the damage but not the bill. so i went into the vault, those bags, billie bush, are all going to our -- all the women of "today" are going an auction for charity. we'll have more details coming up. it's like nine bags. i'm putting in -- i went in t and as you said, it's like jay leno. you'd think they are like jay leno's cars. these, christian louboutins i'm putting on vault. >> what is that. >> 7 1/2.
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putting it in. i have a gucci bag. >> i'll give you 100 for it right now. >> no. >> chanel glasses. >> don't get rid of those, man. those are awesome. you can do paint ball with them, welding on the side. >> he doesn't know fashion. ladies, ignore him. your wife's opinion is in. >> i'm excited. >> last night, the giants of new york took on the dallas cowboys. york. i shouldn't have done this. i had to. as soon as we won by one point i sent you this and this is called provoking. >> i'm cleaning out closets for charity and he called to tell me that the lesser manning has won. >> you have good things to look forward to. the rookie quarterback in dak prescott who did a nice job there. >> i applaud peyton manning. he was tremendous in that game.
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>> by the way, peyton manning had a choice to make. he said i can't do two things at once. i can't play football and make television commercials like crazy for everybody on the planet. something's got to give. let's give up football. >> he has a commercial where he's in the grocery store line. i have no idea what they're selling but i love it. he's in his pajamas. >> it's directv. he's retired. >> i love it! i love it. i love it. >> yesterday before football i was sitting at the house by myself. thinking what am i going to do? i got on my sneakers and i ran down, across manhattan, then down the west side to ground zero. >> so how many miles? >> i ran for four and then i got a bike the rest of the way. four is my limit. i can't go any more than that. it starts to hurt. >> i got to ground zero, spent a beautiful afternoon watching people. you know what i loved about it?
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i live near there and i have the pleasure -- the honor pretty much every day to go by and see ground zero, freedom tower, the reflection pool. all of it is incredible. yesterday obviously was one of just -- >> people were politely like excuse me, sorry. kind of walked by each other. >> it is a somberness but also a hopefulness in the area. so you rode your bike down there. >> i rode down. just a reflection. just because -- i don't know. i feel like, i'm a new yorker but i haven't been here in a angeles. it was a nice way to reconnect. i was living in virginia, alexandria, virginia, like maybe two miles from the pentagon. i felt the pentagon blast in my house, an old house, 1925. the windows just rattled and i was on the phone with my wife and she was down in florida. she was watching the cover. we were all watching the "today" show and jim miklaszewski and matt and katie. so just -- brought back memories. i was there hours after hillary clinton which of course is a big story today.
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video of hillary clinton taken yesterday at the 9/11 memorial. showed her unsteady, clearly requiring support. this is the video. >> that's a wobble. >> hernias pear to buckle as well. she's escorted into the van. the candidate went to her daughter's nearby apartment for rest. she was later seen smiling, leaving the apartment. sunglasses on. she was approached by a little girl that they let get through to give her a it's now been told to us that secretary clinton is being treated for pneumonia. her doctor released a statement saying she is now rehydrated, recovering nicely. she was diagnosed with pneumonia on friday. she's had this persistent cough and her campaign said that it was allergy related. which her doctor says she has this allergy cough but at some point on friday, unbeknownst to the public or press, she was
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something right away? i think so. only because she is now public property. she may be our president. i am so blown away donald didn't go on the offensive. but then i get it. boy, is he unpredictable. i thought he would be railing away, told you, she has no stamina. he says, "i hope she gets well soon." that shock you? >> no, it doesn't shock me for two reasons. we don't know anything about his health. these are the two oldest candid t donald trump's doctor famously said he is the healthiest person to ever run for president in history. >> his health is astonishing. >> his doctor in an interview said someone drove up and waited for him to write a letter using the language he thought would make them happy. he's never said if at the examined donald trump. now today donald trump says he took a physical last week and he
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but all of the analysis out there, billy, is that both of these candidates are not telling us enough. taxes. donald trump has not released his taxes so we don't know if he's made the donations he says. we don't know if there are russian investments. there have been conflicting statements. >> how much is taxable income, how much is being -- >> bank of china apparently has invested in the trump tower which is where she lives. she's released 33 years of taxes. that's how we learned about the goldman sachs. she needs to release more information today about he it is now fair game. but, the question is, okay. she was treated with antibiotics. if we hadn't seen her stumble, what's the litmus test for what we should know? antibiotics? >> i understand her not wanting to make that an issue. she's thinking that donald is going to be all over me, he's going to say the stamina thing. let me just get out of here, i'll rest for a few days, we'll be okay, we'll get back. i understand her not wanting to share information that will just
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and play into the game of personal politics. i get that from her. however, she does have a problem -- a perceived problem with transparency. so in this case -- >> both of them do. >> both. so in this case donald says he is going to release his medical records this week. john mccain released 1,500 pages and he had a skin issue. >> what's even crazier is that governor mike pence, donald trump's running mate, he released his taxes on friday. but donald trump has not released his taxes. >> i'm more interested in that. i think he can power down mcdonald's every day and somehow keep on going. >> no! you cannot say that. >> he's just a tank of a guy. >> women live longer than men. >> true. >> no, you cannot, just because he is a man, he can eat fried chicken an burgers. listen, the money, the health, these two candidates are not being square with the american public. i do believe though she has -- i don't believe it is a fact. hillary clinton has released more information about her
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we still need to know more but she has not -- he has not released any of it. that's our political conversation. but we've got something really good. >> can i just share something funny? i'm assuming that hillary is going to be just fine and recover well and that it is -- like dr. a zar said today, it is probably rudimentary. >> this meme just came in. it is very f this is bernie on hearing the news that hillary went down. "i'm back! here i come!" >> somebody say feel bern? >> he's feeling the bern. just ahead, this is blac chyna. it's a blac chyna update. and rob kardashian reveal the sex of their baby. they're having a -- >> see? this is when -- i don't know if this is when you want to know the gender. maybe you should have held on to
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back now with more of "today's take." yesterday we saw the nfl and the spread of national anthem protests in the wake of san francisco 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick's decision to kneel during the preseason. marcus peters of the chiefs stood with his fist raised. entire chiefs team, and the seattle seahawks, which we knew were going to do something. they locked arms in a show of unity. martellus bennett and devon mccourty of the patriots also raised fists. after the anthem. adrian fofters and three dolphins teammates opted to kneel during the an them as well. kate upton tweets -- this is unacceptable. you should be proud to be an american especially on 9/11 when we should support each other. tweet included a link to a story about the dolphins players kneeling. i watched. i was waiting to see what happened yesterday. your thoughts are? >> look, my dad was in the army for 30 years.
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show when i joined in. people would say where do you live? look for the house with the big flag in front. if like a string was out of line, me and my brother and my dad go run it down and run it out. i do believe that this conversation is the best of what we are, meaning 30 years ago colin kaepernick's career would have been over. people would have been saying even worse things than you read on social media. i think that the other players joining in, i think that the soccer player, repino, the sale of the jersey, proves that there are people out there who are ready to have this conversation, that you can love police and love this country but still be concerned with what's happening in some neighborhoods as it relates to police brutality. you can be both. and this notion that you hate america because you don't stand -- i don't care if a politician puts a lapel pin of
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willing to send men and women into places he wouldn't send his own children. so for me, it's like i don't care about these little symbols. i care about how we get together as americans like after 9/11. like when george bush went to a mosque and said we cannot turn our backs on each other. so when you say words like disgusting and -- that's crazy talk. you can say i don't agree with how they're doing it. >> exactly. >> but acknowledge that there is something here that can b discussed. that's my take. that's my soap box. >> absolutely. i love the locking arms. i was waiting to see what the seahawks would do. i think locking arms like that, staying as a team, saying whatever we are going to do we are going to do as a team, i liked that. i think we'll see where it goes. i think there's -- i like the fist up. i know some people might say that's black power, that's malcolm x. i don't know, to me that says -- we got this, too. >> it is all in what you want to see. >> i love that look right there.
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involved. i don't know. >> people were like, it's 9/11. i said did you look at social media? 9/11 didn't stop people from doing selfies and having their fun. at the end of the day we're watching two groups of man slamming into each other. >> we are watching modern day gladiators here. >> if we really want to keep it sanctimonious and saintly, then just everything go on freeze. i think it is a substantive conversation. but in the w >> because the oxford english dictionary is out with some new words. one of them is merican. some people pronounce. one that is in there, that is way overdue, is moobs. >> which is what? >> man boobs. >> yolo stands for "you only live once" but drake made popular like a million years ago.
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it was a million years ago. >> we're 20 years later on swirly. >> you don't know what a swirly is? i never heard of this worm. what is it? >> it is a form of adolescent hazing. it is terrible that it should be in a dictionary. in fact, if i hear about it -- it is grabbing someone's head, putting it into the toilet bowl and flushing the toilet bowl. it is disgusting. >> how many times has that happened to you? >> hopefully it's a clean bowl. >> how many times? nobody feels bad about that, i can tell you. blac chyna, rob kardashian last night marked the premier of "rob and chyna" on our sister network, e!. we found out the gender of the baby kardashian. take a look. >> that's a nice, normal heartbeat. it is regular and there is no problems with the beat of the baby's heart. >> that's crazy it tells you that. >> it does. you want us to do gender right now or wait a little bit? >> let's do it right now.
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there we go. you are having -- >> i'm pretty nervous. i'm excited. i really want a boy. >> a -- girl. >> no! okay, why do they react that way? what's your theory? >> because blac chyna knows she's losing millions of dollars because the heir to the dynasty who will have the last name kardashian forever -- >> would be rob's baby. let's take a check of the weather. dylan, anything to share? >> baby boy. >> baby boy? >> yeah. >> that's why she's in blue. >> i can tell. >> the dress was a dead give-away. we've also got some blue on the map here. we are looking at snow through higher elevations, back through the northern rockies and into montana where temperatures are very cool. we're dropping down to about 20 to 30 degrees below average for high temperatures. in the mountains especially above 8,000 feet we could end up with about eight to ten inches
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normally comes end of september, into october. but we are going to see it over the next day or so. out ahead of this cold front, the same one that's cooling things down, we do have a chance of some stronger storms today, especially across wisconsin, down into iowa where our biggest threat will be for large hail, perhaps golf ball sized hail. and also some damaging wind gusts. then of course the crowd-to-ground lightning, too. it is this area in orange that includes omaha and des moines where we could see storms late tonight and into early tomorrow morning. . >> good monday morning, everyone. high pressure building in, and clear skies, after a cool start, temperatures rebounding nicely. another cool one tonight and after the high slides to the east of us, tomorrow afternoon, the best chance of any scattered showers holding off until wednesday evening. a couple of degrees alongside of 70, and then the sea breeze kicking in.
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forecast, mid 80s by wednesday. >> and that's your latest forecast. billy and tamron? >> thank you, dylan. coming up, soal l allan thi is here. how close did he and actress joanna kearns actually get to hooking up? >> you mean him or the character? >> oh, they -- believe me, people are talking about this. it is w. sous chef. lawyer by day, prep-cook by night. also, his name is sous. no. sloppy joseph. a middle-aged man who's trying to get his life together, but he can't - he's to sloppy. huhhh - no! here you go. i got this. i get cash back so it's like everything's on sale. with the blue cash everyday card from american express you get cash back on purchases with no annual fee. everything's on sale! a home shopping show takes place on a sailboat. that's the one! banana boat dessert on me. look at you being all lactose tolerant. it's more than cash back.
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did the two of you come to -- >> she could not keep her hands off me. >> this is not the truth. >> no, it is not. >> what stt truis the truth? >> we were very fond of each other from the very beginning. we worked off hours on our scenes to establish chemistry, et cetera. we both took the job very seriously. then we thought, you know, it's possible -- this is a good show. it could last longer than the relationship. actors historically you get bored, you aren actors hook up. it is like -- they make taylor swift look like a long-term commitment. you know. >> wait a minute. jack wagner's working with his wife on the soap opera. they came back together. they've had children together. divorced. but they can still do that chemistry thing. >> you really want to go through all that? >> no. >> did you ever make out? just a little kiss? >> the way we met, our audition, they were just throwing pairs of people together and say hey,
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alan thicke is best known as dr. jason seaver. from "growing pains." but his real life and real family is in the the lives of alan, his wife tanya, who is here, by the way, and his son carter. when carter decides he wants a tattoo, unlike the billy bush family, it turns into a huge, huge issue. >> what's that? >> what, my guns? >> whatever that is written on your arm. >> oh. yeah. no, no. just a tattoo idea. me and my buddy were, woulding on. just wrote it on me.
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it is meaningful. it is the year my grandfather's favorite car came out. 1965. >> the picture of the car, you put it up on wall. you say love you, grandpa. >> that's not the same. >> the year his car came out? >> we deal with tattoos, we're a cornucopia of entertainment and hill later this year because the show in the first two seasons -- by the way, it is season three, not two. although it is two in canada. it is an international incide >> you have a problem with the international incidents here. >> it's like our dollars aren't the same and neither are the way we tally years. but we did -- this year we step outside of ourselves more. it's a reality sitcom and we're dealing with a lot of issues ripped from the headlines. >> none of it is scripted? this is how your life is at home? >> the stories are kind of scripted dm that we know what story we're trying to tell but the dialogue is all improvised. this year we're dealing with
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>> yeah. >> carter gets invited? >> not by lance, but lance becomes part of the protest. we use a lot of celebrities. this year the comedy of alex trebek, for instance. surprise you with some stuff. i do the first cannabis commercial. >> it is a real commercial you are featured in? >> one incident, there is a shoot going on pornocopia, it becomes. we have a biker brawl incident. tanya has a whole episode where she is dealing with social media haters and bullies. >> oh, tanya -- i got on twitter last week. >> they need a little spanking every now and then. >> see? that's another episode. >> what episode is that? >> the spanking episode. >> that's really personal. >> we have a lot of fun and carter around tanya really
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>> oh. congratulations. >> specializing in fraternities. i think he's beer bong chairman. >> does he know what a swirlie is? do you know what a swirlie is? >> no. >> you don't want to know. >> one person on this table knows. >> because i received one. >> it is dipping someone's head -- it is like a fraternity -- >> sounds like we could do a whole episode. >> alan, quickly, "family feud," recently you were on "celebrity family feud." here. >> stupidest answer in the history of "family feud." >> you needed a famous justin. you said -- >> at first i said bieber. then they made me say another one and they said trudeau. >> name a famous justin. you said probably -- >> that's the prime minister of
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>> zero. it was a shutout. >> bieber, not timberlake? >> of course i should have said timberlake and everybody in my family knew that. but also just for that shining moment, i was heroic in canada. i'm bigger than gretzky. >> you are the great one. in your own way. if it wasn't unusually thicke, quickly, what was the first title going to be? this is the greatest name. "unusually thicke." >> i would call it "this big show on nbc. >> that's what you wanted? "this is us"? >> i'm in this fabulous pilot -- >> no. >> name a famous britney. "unusually thicke" on wednesdays. up next, kristen bell and ted danson. stars of the my mother passed 2003, but she always told me i don't care if you turn out
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dangerous sexuality. >> just the right amount of dangerous sexuality. >> reporter: ted's character on "the good place" is michael, undangerously sexy but a wise architect who manages the exclusive neighborhood in the afterlife. and kristin's character? >> i'm sort of the mistake that got into the good place. >> eleanor is not exactly the selfless attorney for whom she's been mistaken. >> those aren't my memories. i wasn't a lawyer. i never went to t i hate clowns. >> reporter: both kristin and ted agree that working together is a huge draw to the project. >> we bond over a lot of things. we're constantly talking about how co-dependent we both are and who in the room -- >> to each other or in your separate relationships? >> separate relationships. you are all about family, children, dax. >> it doesn't define me, though i love it. but i feel like you're the same way.
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i need this. >> do you need mary? i bet you need mary so desper desperately. >> no, she won't let me do that. she insists that i am manly when it comes to my socks. >> now that you're at nbc, ted, where you are allegedly, i i'm wondering, they've got close proximity and access to you, have they brought up and tried to maybe find their way into a "cheers" reunion? >> afternoon, everybody. >> norm! >> i "cheers." it was a long time ago so this is a new crowd. >> i remember. of course. >> you're old. >> we had an idea. from "frazier" ended that he should walk back into the bar in boston and go, hey, what's been happening and everyone would be there again. but wisely, the creators went, no, no, don't touch it. >> leave it alone. >> yeah. and besides the jokes would be -- what? what did he say? >> reporter: well, there's no
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easily but it hasn't always been that way for kristen bell who recently shared her long-time struggle with depression. >> you wrote about mental illness, something that you've carried with you in your life. i thought that was brave. what prompted you to share it publicly? >> i was talking with my husband about it and it occurred to me that i do appear to be very bubbly and positive and i've never really shared what got me there and why i'm that way or the things that i've worked through. i felt that it was social responsibility i had to not just appear to be so positive and optimistic. >> is any part of you worried that sharing something like this might affect my career in some way and i might be taking a risk? >> i didn't really think about it. it's not a priority to me what other people think. it's a priority to me to reach people who might be struggling with some of the similar issues that i've struggled with. i just wanted other people to know that there are options out
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depression or anxiety. >> reporter: like kristen bell, her character, eleanor, is challenging the so-called perfect world. the afterlife. >> there's a lot of frozen yogurt places. >> reporter: a place in which ted hopes to be welcomed some day. >> i've always been an "almost." i was almost suma cum laude. i was almost varsity. >> in the afterlife, there is a good place and there is a place. you're in "the good place." >> love these two together. "the good place" premiers next monday, september 19th, right here on nbc. dylan, what's going on with the weather? we've got some really nice weather across the northeast. humidity is gone, temperatures right around 80 degrees. sun is shining. that's going to be the case through most of the week, back through great lakes and into the northeast. we have a chance of stronger storms today especially through iowa and stretching back in to
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go to the grid. things in it -- bacon, chicken, onions, flour, thyme. seeb season our chicken thighs. old bay, salt and pepper. ke thighs right inside that flour. >> i know what you are going to do, billy. >> segue. just like this. get this seasons because you want that caramelization. there is no chicken stock in here, billy. this is a very nice, light, saucy sauce. >> use the bacon grease. right? >> i left the bacon grease in there. now sear your chicken. >> reminds me of southern cooking. >> you are going to get it all nice, crunchy and delicious on
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there it is sizzly and gorgeous. three or four months on each side. once it gets crispy, take them out. one thing you don't want to do, don't overcrowd the pan. not too many cooks in the kitchen. >> you remove chicken out for a while? >> looks like this. >> take chorizo or red endive. little bit of bacon fat. >> more bacon fat? couple more. it's okay. right? >> every once in a while. >> it's cheating day. it's monday or sunday or whatever it is. we can season this, too. salt, pepper. go like this. now once this is all nice and beautiful and caramelized we move them out. this is about building layers in the pan. we want those layers. shingle in here mushrooms -- button mushrooms, whatever you like. put it back in there.
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>> what are you sauteing mushrooms in? >> this is going to be a surprise. ready? bacon fat. >> i love this recipe! >> so now we take the chicken. we nestle the chicken. billy bush, get in here, buddy. if you can do breakfast at your house and make some pancakes, you can make this. >> you saw that? >> i did watch that. at the gym, thank goodness. white wine. all the white wine goes in there. chardonnay braising. the cool thing about this is y it is going to chicken it. now add lemon juice. you want the extra pep. that's about two lemons. that's some hot sauce. >> this is so awesome. >> it is all layered. >> lid on top with be braise for 20 minutes. try this. >> i will. >> squeeze a little bit of fresh lemon juice back on top. you called it an easy, simple dish that you can do in a pot in seconds. even at billy's house. >> this is delicious. i can do this.
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