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"today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb live from studio 1 is in rockefeller plaza. welcome to booze day tuesday. 's september 20th. also thank you, tuesday. that is my way by calvin harris, who seems to be getting along just fine. the actressor's breakup. >> well on his way. look at the kitchen. >> look who's cooking for us? the alalberte twins.
>> happy we're excited. >> we're excited. >> okay. a cnbc anchor, bill griffeth, gets the shock of his life. he did one of those dna tests you guys have heard about, anyway, the results were surprising and shocking, and he's going to tell us all about that. he put it into a book. >> yeah. and if you have kids you know hoe stressful homework can be for thm and you. help that will affect their long-term success. >> the band from the land down un to take the world by storm. elvis duran has chosen the griswolds, we're going to talk about them. a big announcement they're going to make a. very big day. created something brand new called the grilled cheese stuffed crust pizza. >> that say again -- >> yes. the grilled cheese stuffed crust pizza. i've aulready gotten into it, a little grimed cheese on the
what i do. i say i'm going to be good. just take the cheese off the top and not eat the bread. >> now what have they done to you? >> what do you mean, the cheese is in the bread? look at this. look at the crust. >> oh, my -- >> if you take the crust off, look what happens. >> oh -- >> yeah. >> get in there. >> how good is it? >> cheddar cheese and mozzarella. s 12.99 comes with one topping. what do you think, guys? soun bring some over. >> right in front of you. there's your piece. >> a whole -- just stand there, guys. okay? [ laughter ] >> by the way, how good is it? tell u.s. us. >> really, really good and 340 calories a slice. not going to stop me. >> 15 grams of fat. >> available now at pizza hut. i wish they wouldn't tell me how many grams of fat. >> one slice? >> the calories you can deal
haven't had 100 calories. >> the problem, when it's that good you want to finish it. limted time only. go get your pizza. >> so on your iphone, you have now, there is a new update or somehow you update your phone. i hit that one, and then along with that you get this, an imessage sticker app which means you can little stickers to decorate your business. so these are some of the stickers that are available. it's a sticker pack from the app store you were drag down. >> are they paying us for that. you know what? good point. your screen -- >> or not! >> the folks at jezebel wrote an article and it was entitled, here's an easy way to lose your friends. they explain how the use of stickers and then directed people to -- >> 7. >> in that step -- look what you see? ut drinking wine. all over your text messages. why would that lose you friends? >> i think it would make you friends. >> i think it would maky friends. >> forever, yeah.
>> jess beljezebel. >> if nobody knows, jezebel was a most evil queen, most evil woman in the entire bible. maybe why they named the site after -- so look at jezebel -- >> jezebel. >> never changes! >> i hope you guys stayed up for "the voice" last night, because i think this season of "the voice," the 11th season is the best they've ever had. >> that's saying a lot. you love the combination of the different judges. >> miley >> one of the sweetest women. >> amazing. she exudes it. so many great moments. we picked one. a 17-year-old quartine ramirez from texas. her audition, take a look. >> my parents, they work a lot, they do, and they very much inspire me. >> i'm a u.p.s. driver, doing it 25 years. i don't mind working hard, because, they're my kids.
if a chair does turn, i'm still going to be just as proud. >> thank you, dad. >> my dad has sacrificed so much. some nights he's been having to work a different job ubering and it hurts a lot, because he needs to work extra, like, to let his baby girl do what she wants to do. ? something's going down ? like the storm in the sky ? ooh-ooh ? i'm going to be ? yeah ? she got the smile, she got the style ? >> this crazy rain and swaggy walk, which i love. like a rocker vibe, because i'm not always in my flowers. i can go there.
vision. >> who cares about genre. thank god he didn't turn around. would ruin everything. >> your voice was an immediate personal. woke me up. alive. not bashful. it was amazing! >> who do you think she chose? >> well, i know. who do you think? >> i think alicia. >> take a look. >> miley. >> think a moment and then, boom, just say >> i pick -- miley. >> yeah! yeah! [ cheers and applause ] >> by the way, yeah. >> probably right. >> a good choice for her. young like her and, not that alicia's old. >> i have to tell you, alicia cleaned up. you know who's kind of getting stomped a little this season already? adam. >> hmm. "people" magazine cover, most sexiest man. wow. anyway -- >> lonely one now. lonely sexy man.
>> have you guys ever been lonely? >> never. in stereo, baby. >> we have to -- i saw this in the paper this morning and went, oh, my gosh. our pal bette midler is haven't even come to broadway but already made broadway history. march 2017 in "hello dolly" playing dolly david pierce playing opposite. tickets went on sale this past saturday, best first day of sales in all of broadway history. $9 million in ticket sales. >> in all of broadway history? >> in all of broadway history, and that's a long time. so congratulations. that combination's going to be amazing. bette and -- >> terrific. >> i'm looking forward to that. that's great. >> so did you think -- what is this about? is this -- do you -- yeah. were you made to write -- guys, were you made to write, just
were you made to write thank you notes by your mother when you were children? >> yeah. >> always, yeah. >> yes. >> we did. >> i understand -- >> the one on the right -- no idea what the one on the left -- >> i have no idea what they said. what did they say? >> they're twins. came from the same place, but i think one from italy the other from yugoslavia. i don't know. someplace else. we're going to get the answers. yes? >>s. >> ma-be. elle macpherson, beautiful, the body, told an australian television show she has strict rules an thank you notes, sons 18 and 13, hard to get them to do anything at 18 and 13 and says if they don't write a thank you note within 24 hours of receiving a gift it's confisc confiscated and donated to charity, a great idea. >> i wish i had started it.
world, it's usually -- an e-mail a call, and often cass would write the notes but cody's -- cody's like the brother on the left. you can't understand a word he writes, when he writes them. i said, cody, you just e-mail or call. most people would love to have a call, anyway. you know? but i've been a maniac about it. >> by the way, and anyone who gives kathie lee a gift knows that if you give kathie lee a gift on monday, on tuesday you will have a thank you note. >> i try. i am not always best at it, but i try. you know, to the trouble, you want them, the least you can do, say -- i heard there's an old thing, this kind of makes sense. if you open the gift in their presence and you thank them then, they say then you don't need to write a note as well. what do you guys think? >> the one on the right? [ laughter ] >> i think people -- >> yes, always good manners. definitely. in person is better. >> i think they're saying, yes.
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anchor on other sister network cnbc and current co-host of "closing bell" but when a relative asked him to take a simple dna, a swab on the inside of his cheek, bill's life was turned upside-down. >> that reveal add long buried family secret. in his new memoir, "the stranger in my jeans" bill rights about the lightning bolt that struck four years ago. >> my cousin doug used dna tests to find relatives that we didn't know two months earlier and the results were in. deep breath, he wrote. your father was not your father. my body responded before my brain could. i experienced a strange sensation of floating, and i could no longer feel the chair i was sitting in, or the blackberry i was holding. my breathing became labored and shallow and i heard a roaring in my ears like ocean waves
time stopped. it was as if a movie director had yelled, "cut!" >> wow. >> i'm reliving it again all of a sudden here. it's crazy. >> your reaction must have been like, there must be something wrong here? this cannot be right? >> well, i went through all the stages of grief as we all know. >> you lved your father? the one you thought was your father. >> absolutely. right? i grew up believing he's my father. right? we all do that. there was denial. then there was depression. t i'm in acceptance now. kniss was four years ago. i'm caught up. you guys have to catch up with me now. going through the emotions, i can tell right now. right? >> i think people are either excited to find out something they don't know or they're dreading it. >> yeah. >> you know? we don't want our fairy tales worlds, if we've come from one, to be upset at all. >> what made you, you talked about your brother, but you liked your life. you loved your parents. like, why do it? >> i'm into genealogy. i'm on the board of the new
society up in boston. been doing this a long time. my cousin also into it, but he got into science. you can use dna to find cousins you don't already know about. so he asked me to take a test to figure out the differences in our genes, and i said, okay. whatever. this is your thing. take care of it. but lo and behold, it um cans back and it's -- i'm not who i thought i was. >> and when you found this out, you realized that your biological father had passed, right? >> he has passed. >> did you -- you never kne never met him. i went, i visited his grave. and that was a very emotional time for me, because i realized that was a missed opportunity. he and i were on the earth 40 years. >> together. >> together, wow. >> and he's gone now. >> the big question to me. so you find out the information. your mom is elderly. you have this knowledge. >> yep. >> there must have been a debate in your head. should i bring this up to mom or maybe could this be a mistake? >> the only way i was going to figure out what the deal was, and there's mom there.
>> i got to tell you, it was a difficult choice to ask her, but i had to ask her. in order to get answers. that was the only way i was going to get this. >> what did you say? >> you haven't lived until your 94-year-old mother confesses to a fling. >> just a young teenager? >> she was a little older than that. i'm the youngest of five. my four siblings are much the whole family in 1961, me on the front left, i'm 5 years odd and look at the rest of the family. i'm the standout there. >> when you told her, she immediately said i have to tell you something. >> immediately she said, i made a mistake which wen i was younger, and i'm it. okay? >> but you're not a mistake. >> of course. >> and she made a mistake that ended up being a blessing. >> absolutely. i say in the book, as troubled as i was to find out the
if it hadn't happened i wouldn't be sitting here today. >> and dna a is so important, too. looking at it, like health problems. things like that. we need to know where we've come from biologically. >> really, that's the reason i want to continue to pursue this now, for my kids. so we know what our health issues may be down the road. half of my dna is a total blank now. >> i'm thinking of doing it, hoda. always a question where my father's family really came from, how much native american we are, on his mother's side, and if um -- oh! the guy who wrote "if," the fabulous poem. rupert? rupert -- ah. i'll think of it. >> you know, him. >> yeah. supposedly descendants from somebody very, very famous, who i can't remember. >> you're very, very famous, kath. >> i don't believe it but i'd like to find out if it's true. fantastically interesting, bill. thank you so much. >> it's rub your -- >> okay.
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others. >> what's a whole other hour. we need another hour for the "today" show. they hit so hard in australia, now i see them bubbling, simmering here in the states. they sold out a show in brooklyn last night. in richmond tomorrow. everyone who hears their music loves their music. i see where they're going. this time next year they won't even know who we are. >> we'll always have time for you. >> second album the end of the year and now going to announce the name. >> excited to announce the name. calmed "high times for low lives." >> wait, what is it? "high times for low lives." >> that's like a merle haggard song. >> do you even know who merle haggard was? >> say, yes. >> big in australia. your concert in brooklyn was one of the best you'd ever done? >> a real intimate show and the
band playing a show to family. like, it was crazy. it cass cool. >> how did you all meet? >> we all met on tinder. >> you said it's a small musical world, in sydney. everybody knows everybody. >> a small world on tinder in sitny. >> i think drinking had something to do with it. like you guys met. >> what? >> oh, no. that came later. >> tell the story. >> me and dan met at a party, like, back in the day, probably around four years ago, and we'd all played in bands in let's start a band together. >> that was it. hell yeah. that was it. >> where did these two guys come from? >> they're the other guys. >> yeah. >> that's it. >> some of the out of focus guys. >> you'll sing in a little bit. elvis we love ya, baby. love you. two italian stallions waiting to cook up -- >> what? i can't wait. >> your local news, hoda, you have to wait.
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five ingredient dinners. today's fod team called in twin cooks tony and john alberti. >> but we likeon >> antonio and -- >> yes, creators of the blog, the albertitwins.com and today making a pasta that is -- >> all: twintasticical! >> that's got joann written all over it. >> it does. >> where you from originally? >> tuscan, an italian family. >> love tuscany.
obviously. >> yes. >> italians yourselves. >> and to traditional italian food. >> see what i mean? i understand every word you say, but i'm watching your lips move -- >> i'll talk for him. >> just watch the lips. >> there you go. >> i'm not -- >> yes, i am sure. >> so just a few ingredients. right? >> only five ingredients. we've got the [ inaudible ] sage, garlic, double cream and -- italian sausage. >> you know the italian >> there we go. [ laughter ] >> okay. >> the best to you. >> so slice the sausages, pull out the actual sausage and fry them off. >> making mini meatballs? >> yes, mini meatballs. >> those are cute. >> so slice them up, through the middle, and they cook better they way. >> take the skin off. >> yes, take the skin off. >> whatever size you want. >> okay.
>> and we cook them and this is where we have around 30 seconds. >> the garlic. >> garlic, 30 seconds. >> until golden. then double cream. >> double cream. >> double cream. >> oh! >> double cream. >> i have a question. what is double cream? never heard of it. >> it's thick. >> heavy. >> you call it heavy cream. >> that's heavier than heavy. >> the heaviest cream i've seen in my life. >> okay. where did they get this from? mix about five minutes. t added sage. >> the sage, the sage. >> this is ath earthy texture. >>ier. >> goes well in the sausage. >> and you already did that? >> already did the garlic. >> okay. come on down. >> the salt, which people -- >> did a terrible job of mixing i. didn't mix well. that looks awful. it looks like hoda did it. it's awful. >> you can fix it up. and use this sauce into the
>> and then mix that in. >> okay. what else? do you add the garlic and the -- >> all the same stuff. >> yeah. >> okay. what are we simmering here? >> finishing it. giving it delicacy on top. make it look pretty. >> okay. >> the feel of -- >> sage leaves and -- >> sage leaves? >> sage leaves. >> they've never been happier. now what do we do? >> season with salt and pepper. >> we're going to eat it? >> yeah. >> come on, let's do it. come >> try this one first, hoda. >> the pasta -- >> and the sauce. >> always, always add sauce, mix it in. >> holds the sausage better. >> oh, that type of pasta, and then our finished pieces. we have this and -- with italian sausage and -- >> so happy! >> actually that's italian
>> trying to get a bite of it. okay. here we go. >> i can't -- >> got it. good? >> italian sausage. how's the italian sausage today? good. >> hmm! hmm. >> what about that one? >> that's the cream. >> kath, try that one. >> start that, hoda, while tasting. >> hmm. to make these recipes at home go to today.com/food. you can't get enough of john and tony -- >> no! >> they have a. >> antonio and >> youtube channel? >> alberti twins. it will come up, be all over the place. >> what? >> coming up. >> we'll find you. >> kids and homework. what you should and should you be be doing thfor them when it ? ? here you go.
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homework. >> i don't know how essential it is. a question about that. the average first grader spends 28 minutes on homework every night. nearly three times what education experts recommend at that age. >> all right. here with advice to help you and your kids is senior lifestyle editor for "parents "magazine". >> all: jessica hartseen. >> i'm here so you don't spend so much of your evening time. >> want kids to take control whf what age? >> from the beginning. you don't want to be apping all night when will you do your homework? after dinner, after i bounce my basketball. pake time and hold them to t. stick to it. >> only ten minutes per grade. which mean as second grader 20 minutes, third grader, 30 minutes. sixth grader up to an hour. not saying that's how it works out in real life t. is sadly. >> as a guideline, you'll know if they have an hour of homework and 8:00 might be too late to
kids don't get enough sleep. they start their day too early. >> finish your homework do whatever you want. >> some kids just need to work some stuff out before they sit down. let them set it. first tip. second tip, merntor them, not correct them. this is hard, we're all a bit control freaks. >> we know they'll get graded. >> sometimes the teachers need to know when their struggling from looking at the homework i. get it. oh >> sometimes let them try, circle it for the teacher, they're not getting it. you're not there to give the answers. >> why are you flagging for the teacher? >> last night doing lowest common denominators, my son didn't get it. i could have taught my son lowest common denominator. more beneficial to let the teacher know, my kid doesn't get
they saw he worked on it. i need them to also see that he's not getting the answer. >> without doing it for him. >> okay. >> our "parents" magazine author had a great idea letting her kids ask them three questions a night. they're allowed to ask her three question as nights. like the value of her time, you don't ask me for help with every single thing. like you get three. >> that's smart. >> and then kids will really think before they ask for help. >> pick their fights? >> right. work ton reali realize they don't need your help and when they do, they'll call you over. >> my kids -- >> what should you do? google, figure it out? >> of course you can google or look in their textbook or start a conversation with them. where you want to be careful about what you're talking about with them when talking about homework and what you're saying. you don't want to be like, hey, i looked it up. the answer's 38. right? >> right. >> maybe -- maybe try a couple more times. you know? thinking of, take it one step at a time.
together, or why don't you add another sentence to this paragraph, you know it's a little lame. so interesting, tell me a little more. you don't give them -- >> set the tone and the way you should -- >> back to mentoring, supporting rather than get it done so we can all go to bed. >> it's a hard situation. >> it is. a school in orlando had to ban parents turning in late homework. kids would leave binders at you can't rescue them every day. part of going to school is learning. >> helicopter parents. cannot bear that. >> the school's going to ban you. >> don't you love that? >> just let your kid bring it in late the next day, get points off and then he'll learn. >> good advice. >> you're terrific. >> we are giving it away. this time we've raised the bar. >> get ready to be shaken and
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series on "today" is froudly prese proudly presented to you by citi. earlier today we met elvis duran's artist of the month. time to hear them sing. >> from down under making a name for themselves in the u.s. what your name, the name of your band again? >> we are called the griswolds. >> why did you pick that name? >> big fans of the national mp their wasted youth. [ laughter ] >> yes. >> so you ready? the music will get loud. >> okay. >> with their newest single called "out of my head," the griswolds. >> yeah! >> one -- ?
guess what i want you out of my head, my head ? my head, my head, my head ? you've got your reasons wrong ? you can't complain you can't complain you don't have anyone to blame ? ? i got the message i realize, i realize i didn't read between the lines sticks and stones ? there was a time, there was a time, you would forgive me but now the season's done ? you can't deny, you didn't deny i was the reason we survived ? i hope you understand ?
nobody'shome ? get off the phone i want you out of my head, my head ? ? my head, my head, my head ? and when i hear your voice, it reminds me, it reminds me of a perfect summer night we danced to elton john ? and i can't pretend, i can't pretend i never wanted this to work ? i hoped you'd want to stay ? did everything i could don't call my phone because nobody's home ? guess what, i want you out of my head ? my head ?
head ? my head, my head ? my head ? ? yeah! [ applause ] the griswolds! the griswolds. i love that. i love that. >> great shot, guys. >> we're going to do another song. >> do it. straight up, one of our surprises yet. >> find out if you're a nn (vo) with thousands of quality pre-owned vehicles... his is "today" on nbc. and exceptional customer service, head to your neighborhood enterprise car sales and let the people who buy more vehicles than anyone...
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donald trump compared his sacrifices to the sacrifices of two parents who lost their son in war. how would you answer that father? what sacrifice have you made for your country? i think i've made a lot of sacrifices, built great structures. i've had tremendous success, i think... those are sacrifices? >> christa: the latestn't the federal prosecutors now building a case against the accused bomber now in custody. he is being held on more than $5 million bail for a shoot-out with police and charges for the bombings are due to be next. thank you for watching 7 news at noon. >> kris: we are learning more about this man who officials believe left those bombs scattered across new york and new jersey. ahmad khan rahami moved to the u.s. in 1995 as a child. he became a naturalized citizen in 20 11.