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of a store full of surprises. you never know what you're gonna find, but you know you're gonna love it. this morning on today's take, it is freebie friday. we're giving out something big. find out how you can win something at home. and a live musical performance. and i'm rockin' my rickshaw all around town with more surprise guests. all >> 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 to "today" on this friday morning, september 16th, 2016. thank god it is friday. sheinelle jones is here because tamron is off. we are forever linked.
that puts us way ahead of any two people randomly saying hello. >> this is the first time we've actually made eye contact and had a fun conversation but we do share this connection. >> hello. >> how are you? >> so let's talk about the elephant. our connection. key word lochte? >> key word lochte. you know what happened with me in rio obviously. we had the lochte situation. i ran into the guy outside a usa house. i took out my phone. i did an interview. >> i'm afraid i launched it into like -- >> you did. because of billy, all of a sudden an interview that i did with ryan lochte is -- really years ago when he was launching his reality show, what's old is new again. apparently it is the gift that keeps on giving. people are like, wait a minute, are you that girl, the anchor that couldn't stop laughing when you were interviewing ryan lochte? take a look. #secondlife is back. >> is it bothering you to have the cameras following you around
>> you know, i'm getting used to it. >> i look forward to watching what would ryan do. >> he is good looking. we are so going to get in trouble. >> seriously. how are they going to put together like 13 weeks of programming? >> he's so cute. >> it was one of those things, you know when you get the church. be quiet. at the most -- i just couldn't stop. my co-anchor and the crew and everybody's laughing. it was just -- >> you're like "he's so cute." and a little slow on the uptake as well. >> i didn't know his little reputation. when i asked him do the cameras follow you in the bathroom? he said there is a sink, then there is a toilet, and i just -- and it was -- behind the scenes
then when we said good-bye, we were on camera. a lot of people said were you really on camera? oh, yeah. i am who i am. >> what is it like to have a video that's viewed over 5 million times? maybe like 10,000 for mine. >> keep in mind, when that happened years ago, that was kind of new. things going viral and being all over twitter. so i remember going home and i told my husband, i was like something happened on the show today. he is like, oh, stuff always happens. i was like, no, i think this is different. he goes whatever, no big . i was like, this thing is everywhere. then it died down. our executive producer of our weekend show just said last week he was on the train and there was a woman cracking up because she was looking at that video on her facebook page. cheers, guys, if you need a laugh. if i sound a little like lochte today, a little slow on uptake, i was out all night with
we both love the zac brown band. i looked at the schedule, there was a concert in charlotte, north carolina. we said we got to find some deserving moms, people, someone that we can take with us. we found these two moms. one of them, by the way, her husband is a huge zac brown fan. he didn't even know where she was going. when he found out, he was not thrilled. we took these moms to zac brown in charlotte, north carolina, last t. night? >> last night with these women right here. that's sue on the left. that's kathy on the right. they've been through a tough, tough time. >> well, good for you guys. >> children with cancer. >> you will tell us more about that. >> more later on. but this was some night. hoda kotb is a liability. she is a selfie machine. it is great that we stopped for selfies all the time.
>> what time did you get back last night? >> the wheels touched down at midnight. >> you're kidding. so here's the thing. i'm looking at you thinking, that's the fancy life. you want to know my life? these are the kinds of things i do at midnight. my 4-year-old swallowed a quarter. swallowed a quarter. so i have been stressed out. i'm not going to lie. i'm just going to get my nails done, i need a moment. i'm getting my nails done. i look at my cell phone and my husband said, um, our little guy just swallowed a quarter. i'm like -- what? the nail tech is like, wait, one more coat. i'm like, no, we don't have time for one more coat. >> did you get the quarter out? >> you want too skip to the end? >> no, i'm worried about the boy. >> we went to the e.r.
x-ray tech is like, mom, come here. it was a medallion. it looked like a medal. here's what you need to do. activia, plums, pears, anything that starts with a "p." throw it in the blender. gave him a little mommy!" a mother's love -- i was told i had to prove that we got it. i got it -- i'll speak to this. plastic knife. wait, wait, we all ran into the bathroom. it was like christmas morning. we were hugging, crying. oh, man. i will tell you this. so only because -- you know, if we had a second date i'll bring
we put it in a little bag gee. it doesn't even look like a quarter anymore. it is amazing what your stomach acids do. it looks like a big penny. like it's no longer silver. >> you know, that happened one time -- we had a new baby, too. we had a 4 and a 2-year-old. the 4-year-old gave the 2-year-old a penny who swallowed it maybe like get out of my life. i want to be the only child. i don't know what she's saying. all of a sudden my wife notices and she just, boom, room, grabs it and just finger down the throat. she said we're not going to risk this. i'm going all the way down. i still don't think she talks right. whipped this thing out of there. there is nothing scarier in the world than that. >> my husband did the heimlich and all that. didn't work. still scary for a few days. good old activia, plums and a blender and all is well. trump, the donald, was on
and appropriate, request. >> i just wanted to note there's something we could do that's just not presidential really or something that we can do now that we're just both civilians. like -- >> like what? i'm not liking the sound of this. go ahead. >> can i mess your hair up? >> the answer is yes. but the people in new hampshire where i'm going to be in about an hour from now, i hope they're going to >> go ahead. [ drum roll ] >> i was thinking is he the kind of guy that will play. would he play. and he did it. >> so smart to do that. >> you're right. >> i want to see him come out -- i want to see donald come out of the pool. when he comes up like that out
long. >> there is a little piece of me that wondered if it was real. see, i don't know the man. never seen him in person. so i think there are some people in america who, like me, just it was a little piece of us that wondered, wait a minute, i want to see if jimmy will go all the way. >> years before he let me lift up the top layer which is hardened with hairspray. but he let me lift it to see if the scalp. after that forensic study, i did come up with a conclusion that, yes, the hair was real. >> that it's real. >> but seeing it out of line is -- it's like seeing his legs. >> whoa! >> he has legs? in shorts? >> you see how quickly he fixed it? he didn't even need a mirror. >> he was in new hampshire later on. it took a village probably -- i don't think it entirely went back. >> does he have like a -- >> you see it is a little tighter right there? >> you're right. >> on the sides?
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back now with more of "today's take." the emmys are this sunday, hosted by jimmy "game of thrones" nominated for 23 emmys. i think julia louis dreyfus will probably win again for lead in the comedy. don't you think? >> for the fifth year in a row? >> yeah. >> i guess when you add in her win for "the new adventures of old christine" would give her the most ever in the category. surpassing mary tyler moore.
time being nominated. not tons of range but the story line was so great in a show that is a phenomenon. i think he probably will. >> a if he phenomenon is a good word for it. people are obsessed with "game of thrones." i think i'm the only person on the planet -- >> no, nice to meet you. billy bush. can't do it. >> the thing is if you watch it all the time and are into the story line, it's complicated. my husband is obsessed with it. at nig i make him put in his ear buds. he's obsessed. he finds time to watch it and i tried to watch for the first time and i'm lost. >> now the ship has sailed. i just can't catch up. too much work. >> one day maybe? >> no. i don't think so. but "the walking dead," i haven't even either. can't do that one either.
>> i prefer a good book. but that would be so annoying and not true. >> but you are flying all over the place. it is the good life. >> to me, it is fashion. i am a fashion horse. i enjoy. i always have an opinion. i look for a great accessory. i love the beautiful gowns when they come out on the carpet. this is the first time in like 12 years i won't be doing the red carpet. >> will that be weird for you or refreshing? >> i don't know. >> maybe a little bit of both? >> it's fun. i enjoy it. >> this and analogy but as we say that, for me, i am a news girl. for years on local news when there was a snowstorm i was in it. so when i moved here to new york city on the "today" show, if there is a local storm, i'm not in it. so it was very weird being at home and watching everybody else talk about it. i say this to say, come any night. it might be kind of weird. >> you felt a responsibility the connection to all these moms and dads who are changing their lives and school cancellations.
>> for you, you've got all of these designer outfits, people are with their jewels, going around the country saving america with their movies. >> mine is decidedly more important. but a lot more fun. >> we'll talk about that the next morning. lot of people talking about the deangelo williams story. he tipped a waitress, gave her 75 cents on $140. i'm a personal believer, i know it is a little maybe politically incorrect to say, but if the waitress or w terrible and full of attitude and just -- i mean why would you reward that with a nice tip? >> because you have to because you are billy bush. >> in that case, that's right. it would have to be really, really bad. i don't think you can just stiff them. you have to talk to the manager, let the manager know that they have terrible service going on in their place. >> gone are the days, if you have a good waitress or waiter, 15%? you don't do 15% anymore. it is 20%. >> 20% makes you cheap these
>> yeah. >> i take the decimal, move it over and double it. it is easy math. 20% works for me. >> "the washington post" came out with the basic rules of tipping to help us all out. 20% right now with a full bill. what they didn't touch on is, do you tip 20% on the wine, too? like if if you order wine, it's not the same as preparing the food. just opening and pouring. >> do you do 15% for that? >> some people do 10% on the wine, 20% on the food? i think >> you go in, you are food is not ready, you have a water or something while you wait. then they give you a bill? you still tip for carryout? apparently you are supposed to. 10% for carry out. >> i'll start doing 10%. probably 15% just to make up for what i just said. >> so we don't talk about you when you walk away. >> i tell you who is a great, great tipper? dylan. >> my buddy. >> she always tips like 45%. if you see dylan in your
>> there is a lot of action. >> that's all i can do. i can't do anything more than that. tomorrow is national gymnastics day. we are kicking off of the celebration with a group of young athletes in the usa gymnastics program. they train at nyc elite gymnastics, a training gym for recreational and competitive gymnastics. to honor the sport, let's check in with the weather and check out some of these gymnastics themedie roundup, montana, 77. aerial acres, 91 degrees. >> happy friday, i'm meteorologist, bri eggers with this update. cloudy skies eroding into the
crisp day. 69-75, coolest on the coastline. next weathermaker way out west. but it will drag a front into the area for the weekend. saturday looking better than sunday. scattered showers for sunday and downpours likely into monday. >> that's your latest forecast. and they are incredible! thanks to all our gymnastics from nyc elite. excellent job, girls. woo-hoo! guys? >> how cool is that? friday, sheinelle. we have a big surprise give-away on the plaza and you can win at home, too. but you got to stick around to find out how. after this. i'll have that goat cheese garden salad. that gentleman got the last one. sir, you give me that salad and i will pay for your movie and one snack box. can i keep the walnuts? sold. but i get to pick your movie. can i pick the genre?
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i've never done this before. >> isn't this great? >> what is this? >> yesterday i took this out and i picked up matt and savannah and surprised this fantastic woman. wait until you see what i picked up in >> rickshaw rides. here we go. oh, yeah. you like a free ride? i'll take you ten feet. want to go? >> no. >> okay. how about 20 petfeet? >> we'll take it! >> all right.
rickshaw. you guys are here from seattle. sorry about this. we're stopping at a red light here. i like to obey the rules. a firefighter and a nurse and their two great kids. this is the uphill part. >> watch out for the poop in the road. hit it, boys! let's go fast! come on, guys. feel the wind in your hair. aloh aloha. what if we had just a little surprise? i don't know. like a little girl's day out. in the middle of the family outing. wave good-bye to the boys. >> this is my kind of outing. >> every tuesday these two wild ladies, they sun bathe topless. >> oh, my! hi, ladies. >> nop topless st topless today?
>> this is billy's rockin' rickshaw. we knew you took a big cut from access hollywood. >> a guy's got to do what a guy's got to do. >> no touching, ladies! no touching. >> he goes a little faster with a goose. >> billy! billy! billy! billy! >> all right, ladies. hang on. watch this -- oh! >> there's a lot of great sax in this park. ? it had to be you ? >> how about that? play me out. ? >> time for a stunt. >> oh! >> okay.
>> hey, guys, want a hot dog? >> it is a drive-through. >> oh, look, your son appeared again. my rickshaw comes with a waiter. can i keep him? he's good for my act. >> bye! >> have a nice day! >> how cool is that? >> it's so fun. no one's safe. i can take it out at any time right out the door to the plaza. >> is it hard to push? like does it get -- heavy? >> thanks to the brown family from seattle. i'll take you for a ride right now. >> i'm looking at your hind. coming up, pineapple upside down cake. yum. my favorite. this is fun! desserts for all your football watching this weekend after this. ? when i put on a great pair of pants...
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they're quick and easy for a busy work week and kids will love them. >> one of my favorite people. jocelyn is the wonder behind grandbaby cakes. >> two yummy things today. starting with my one-bowl chewy brownies. these are the ingredients. everything is dropped into one bowl. the dry stuff, of course the oreos and some chocolate chips. we'll start with our melted butter. our sugar. we have two types of sugar, brown sugar and regular sugar. granulated sugar. you can mix this up for me. you can't go wrong with that. this is so easy. just start mixing it up. >> i guess right now i could just go -- >> you could probably just drive in right now. >> then i'm going to add our eggs one at a time. we want to do that so we can get a really nice smooth batter going. >> can i admit to you that i'm not -- >> you are already doing a great
you've already killed this. >> i do rice krispie treats. >> you can do this, too! >> okay. >> we are making this super nice and chewy so adding a little oil. then of course you got to add some vanilla for some flavor. get that in. our last step is our dry ingredients. some cocoa powder, some flour and some baking soda. >> do you bake? >> no. >> you can stop there because we've got of course some magic here. we've got already our brownie we are going to add in some oreos. >> it's an oreo. >> easy enough. can you believe this is pretty much done? we're going to dump it in our 8x8 pan.
>> this is like -- >> isn't it crazy? >> it is so quick. >> we're going to bake that for about 30 minutes, 350. then that's it. >> oh, yeah. >> can you believe that? one bowl and delicious. >> fantastic. >> i'm not done with you. we're going to upside down cake here. upside down -- pineapple upside down. you know everybody's grandmother made this back in the day. this is what everybody made, right? i've got our flour and i've got some baking powder in here. in more stuff. billy, i'm going to have you start to mix together one-bowl magic. one egg at a time. >> why do you do that again? >> you listen. you noticed. we want to make sure everything is really smooth and well incorporated. >> i've never used the word incorporated when i'm cooking. >> that's when we do when we bake. we incorporate ingredients. pineapple juice. look at that! >> get it in there.
look at you go! then vanilla. >> oh! >> you know what you're doing. like you're making pancakes there. easy enough. then this is our final batter here. you whisk it all together. come together magically. then this is the fun part. this is where you get everything going. we've got our pineapple and our sugar. we put this in -- >> you are not a friend of sugar or the butter. >> this is for real. >> if you're going to do it, go all-if. >> before we run out of time, do you just saute the pineapple? >> you get the p center. this is our done one here. we're going to do the magical flip. oh, my gosh, aren't you ready? seriously. can you believe that? let all those juices get in there. that caramelization. then you get to eat it. here you go. go running later. i'm sorry. go running later. >> oh, yeah. >> thank you so much!
>> for the recipes, head to today.com/food. dylan, i'm saving you a slice. how about a check of the weather. >> save me one of each, please. let's take a look at what's going on across the country this weekend where we are going to see a really nice weather for most of the western half of the country but rain is going to return to the pacific northwest. we have this slow moving cold front. locally heavy pockets of rain moving into the ohio an tennessee river valleys. it makes its way to the east rain. it is unfortunate it happens on a sunday but it is much needed. >> happy friday, i'm meteorologist, bri eggers with this update. partly cloudy skies eroding into the afternoon, and it's a great, crisp day. 69-75, coolest on the coastline. next weathermaker way out west.
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make them realities. that's what we do. try to make their realities their dreams. >> you dedicated one album to michael jackson. >> there is actually four dedications. one to my grandfather, one to corey haim, one to michael jackson. it is a similar style of dance because we grew up dancing together. he was my idol obviously. >> can we get to it. >> you have that feeling it is about to go down in here let's do this. here we go. ?
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>> hit the club they show me love ? ? ? ? ? get it get it come on now get it get it notes ? sing it with yo feldman go for it ? woo. ? go for it go for it ? ?yo feldman go for it ? woo. ? go for it go for it ? ? ? go for it ? ? get it get it ? ? get it get it ? ? hit the club baby go go go ? >> corey, you did not tell me that ice was coming out here.
>> go. for. it. back in a moment. but on our rights, she's squarely with donald trump. trump: planned parenthood should absolutely be defunded. v.o.: ayotte agrees, voting six times to do just that, defund planned parenthood. and both oppose our right to safe and legal abortion. ayotte: well i certainly
think that roe should be overturned... trump: there has to be some form of punishment. matthews: for the woman? trump: yeah, there has to be some form. v.o.: ayotte and trump, wrong for new hampshire women. planned parenthood votes is responsible for the
barbara moussette: kelly came through for me and my husband, and
i am just forever grateful... with my husband in cancer treatment, we fell behind on our bills, and we needed our tax refund to catch up... ...but hackers had stolen it. we were the victims of identity theft. i was terrified - we faced losing our home. we reached out to kelly ayotte.
vo: kelly ayotte says she's on our side, but on our rights, she's squarely with donald trump: trump: planned parenthood should absolutely be defunded. vo: ayotte agrees, voting
six times to do just that - defund planned parenthood. and both oppose our right to safe and legal abortion. ayotte: i certainly think that roe should be overturned... trump: ...there has to be some form of punishment. trump: yeah, there has to be some form. vo: ayotte and trump: wrong for new hampshire women. women vote is responsible for the content of this advertising. ? do you love me? ? with hood sour cream, you can love every delicious bite and every spoonful you scoop because it's only 30 calories per tablespoon. that means every meal can be made easy and delicious with all-natural hood sour cream.
gifford and hoda kotb live from studio 1a i try day friday september 16th. kathie lee is off. billy bush is here, and there is no better song on this particular day than colder weather by the zac brown band. >> and we heard this song as a witching hour last night in charlotte, north carolina. it was incredible. ? you were born for leavin' ?