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this morning on "today's" take kate mckinnon brings the laughs to the big screen in mastermind. and then bad santa is coming to town. plus chicken parm balls with alton brown. all that and more coming up now. >> announcer: from nbc news, in the "today's" take, with al roker, tamron hall and billy bush. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza into welcome to "today" on this monday morning, september 26th, 2016. billy bush, al, tamron and away we go. i think we were trending about
savannah guthrie announced boy. you thought girl. how did you know? >> i just did. >> you have a great track record with picking. >> the ladies on the show i have 100%. >> do you look at the position of the tummy? >> just comes to me. >> i don't think any of that works. >> with deborah everybody said she was having a boy and i said girl. >> were you surprised? >> no. >> not at all. >> that was impressive. >> it was supposed to happen last week but they had to shut down the air space because of the u.n. so we pushed it to this week. now the whole city knows. >> she is not revealing the name. smart to do so. >> no good can come of that. >> congratulations to savannah. tamron hosting the global citizens festival over the weekend, rihanna, metallica, kendrick lamar.
i host it had with our buddy willie geist, we hung out all night long. >> how long was it? >> our call time was when talk shows get there. >> deep. >> 1:00, i didn't leave until i was 11:00. i was hosted a birthday birthday the night before and the guests didn't leave until 4:00 a.m. >> leelah texted me and said, dad, there are so many old people here. >> oh. >> and i said, why? there are so many old people. >> laila was my favorite not of your children but one of my favorites. i love courtney because she feeds me. let me tell you something, metallica, i was ready to put my leather jacket on. i never felt so emotionally expected to hard rock in my life. >> why? >> this he killed it. when you are file the vibration
i can appreciate any kind of music and i'm a sucker for a rock star but i was -- oh, i was like shredding. you should have seen me. >> wow. >> i know, my hair -- >> they haven't lost their edge. i saw guns and roses at coachella and i was like, okay. >> they all look like they pump iron and kendrick lamar of all of the acts -- and rihanna was incredible. he had the crowd on their feet. it was global citizens festival is to bring awareness to extreme poverty throughout the world making our world leaders commit to campaigns, action, to eradicate diseases. you know, help girls who are the victims of violence around the world. while it's a fun time it is of course a remarkable opportunity to partner with nbc and msnbc. thank you for showing up for the old people's night at central park, laila.
spoke in sioux city, iowa, for catholic schools there and then the next morning got up sunday, yesterday morning, got up early to fly home. i flew through chicago. i had this view off the side of the plane that was just un -- do we have that video? >> i think we have -- take a look at this. >> that's your video from an iphone? >> that's my video from an iphone. >> beautiful. >> flying into chicago. it was like the sky was on fire. it was unbelievable. >> what was causing this? >> it's just the >> oh. i was like what is causing this? >> almost like nothing to interrupt the drank quilt of that moment. >> except then i landed in o'hair and i run into my nemesis. >> you have a nemesis. >> mike tirrico, he was on his way to do sunday night football night in america. >> twins. >> and i hear this voice. al. al. would not be denied. >> but i knew once i got home i would be welcomed into the boss
dinner together. >> i saw that. >> we made sunday night dinner. nicki helped me crush the captain church for this captain church seared tuna, lee lay saut?ed the eggplant, deborah made the salad and i finished it off with the kale and that was dinner at our house. the taste of tirrico has been removed. >> the sweetness of family life. >> by the way, you are a control freak in the kitchen. >> i am. beautiful thing. >> i needed their psychic energy because of my themy nemesis. >> does he know he is your nemesis? >> he knows. he is my newman. >> if tirrico were here he would be discussing with us the passing of the legendary arnold palmer, it's the last thing i read before going to bed last night which was painful as a golfer but also as a guy who opened up the game to everybody and the drink. when i'm not going to have a
palmer is like the default drink. >> it's perfect for everything. >> it is so good. >> by the way, he said it was three-quarters ice td tea, one quarter lemonade. >> is it still a arnold palmer if you put vodka in it? >> i don't know. >> like on the golf course after you're done, i don't play golf -- >> i go right to a cold beer. here is something you'll like, he met his wife winnie, three days later she was 19 years old they got nobody on her side of the family showed up, all the palmers were there but none of winnie's family was there because they said she made a mistake, forget it, he is the wrong guy and sure enough he was the right guy they were married until she died in 1999, he was a good man. the king they called him because he was the every man. >> i'm ignorant to golf and the history of golf. when i started reading about
read about their life and legacy. you know good people when you read about them. he was just magical what he did for the sport. >> at least in my lifetime he was the first athlete who was a global brand. >> oh, yeah. >> to the point growing up in queens there was an arnold palmer dry cleaning establishment. >> really? >> he had a chain of dry cleaners. >> he was a huge businessman, oh, yeah. >> brilliant. tonight is the night and course you will, probably, too, the debate is taking place at hofstra university in hempstead, new york, it's a 90 minute format, it's donald versus hillary, they will be 15 minute pods, six of them moderated by lester, it's a dead heat right now, according to bloomberg politics 46 each. it's dead tied. do you think, tamron, that large or significant numbers of people will be moved or could be moved
this race has been unprecedented, hillary clinton hillary clinton was up double digits in colorado, the democrats decided not to invest, her campaign said we are out of colorado, we are going to win, it's blue, she is only up like two points there. the swings have been incredible. tonight is supposed to be about temperament, about experience and about specifics and that's why the conventional wisdom is that donald trump won't be that aggressive character that we saw in the primaries, but that's always the conflict because that's straight shooter as his supporters believe he is that's what they love. so who is going to show up? what personality of donald trump will show up? >> he has thin skin, though. i think if she pokes him, pokes the bear even a little bit or he perceives that she's he can poking the bear i think he's going to fall away. >> that into irs into the temperamentment trap. >> she should be poking the bear. >> i think she should be -- what do i know? i'm the weather guy.
who she is and why you should vote for her. i think people already know donald trump and, you know, they've got to make that decision. >> which is interesting when we say that. i live in this cable news world, you think that everyone watches every poll all day but in reality 100 million people estimated to watch this tonight and potentially a majority of them just tuning in, which these numbers mist guy me. cable news ratings are of the blogs are up, we are seeing a resonance of this conversation on the political race, but, i don't know, there are -- >> my money is on lester holt. >> listen, he is solid as a rock. >> lester is in a tough position, every moderator to me it seems they lose, everybody jumps on the moderator including the candidates. >> the commission in charge of the debates came out clearly yesterday with a letter, they have made the rounds saying that the role of the moderator is not to be a fact checker. they don't want the moderator to be the third candidate and this
i'm with al. i think, you know, lester holt is solid as a rock and i think anybody who will be immune to -- 50% of the people are going to hate what you do no matter what because they have perceive you to be biased. >> and he's going to bring his bass. >> if all fails he will break out the bass. up next we will tell you what made an entire crowd turn their back on hillary clinton. oh, boy. and from "ghostbusters" to the comedy master minds kate minute kin nonis glowing from the emmy win.
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>> really? >> i've been on the campaign trail. the odds are not -- i think they were told -- >> that's a good point. >> we have all been on the campaign trail. the odds of all of those -- >> not me. i have avoided it. >> look, they have her on that box so that everyone can get their selfie. >> you're absolutely right. because they've also got -- >> it makes it not such a good story, though. if they just turned -- >> i think they did it all on their ow >> i love it. >> the other photo -- >> this photo, it just -- i actually taerd up when i saw it. over the weekend the grand opening of the african-american museum in washington, d.c. which was a phenomenal occasion but this picture went viral. michelle obama giving the most tender hug to former president george w. bush who was at saturday's museum at african-american culture in d.c. with everything that's going on
potentially see tonight with the debates, from charlotte to just everything, to see that -- can we put it up one more time. >> their families are very close. >> they are. >> they have a very close relationship. >> the campaign i'm beds say that michelle obama has a genuine affection for president bush and he has -- they just seemed to bond because their spouses are on the other side, laura bush and president obama on the other side but they just have this connection. >> the protocol puts them together but of course -- >> it's just a photo that we can see >> political discord. >> it finds us. >> how about this. you can't get enough of loyal royals blowing off prime ministers. >> it's actually a trend that continues. >> from a hug to a dis. >> little george gets off the plane, lands north of the border in canada, prime minister trudeau looking to connect with the little fella, maybe a good photo op. high-five. >> not so much. >> low five. >> no thanks. >> now about anything.
they tell you when you meet a little kid you have to go down low but he is like i'm a royal. >> this kid is growing up every day twice as fast as every other kid. >> he is a three-year-old coming off a plane jet lagged. i am not a show pony. >> high-five? >> to perform? to do tricks, to make you laugh? no. >> where are those little goldfish things, give me a snack, anything. he is so sweet. let's show you what's going on as far as your weather is concerned. and we've got heavy rain down through texas making its we're going to be watching this system. we need the rain in the mid-atlantic and northeast. we are going to get those storms coming in later this afternoon into this evening and then pushes on through, but we will also be looking at a lot of wet weather through the great lakes. rainfall amounts upwards of 4 inches in parts of the mid-atlantic and then we may see a little something developing off the mid-atlantic coast as well which keeps it wet right on into the weekend. that's what's going o
everyone, chilly start, frost in some of the suburbs. this front will deliver showers in there for tomorrow morning, 64-68 nice recovery this afternoon, mostly sunny skies. temperatures back low to mid 50s. showers around tomorrow along buzzards day lingering throughout the day. periodic showers, highs in the 60s. we're not going to be browning meatballs right now. we are on the air live right now, alton. we're on right now. >> we are on right now. here we are. >> we are doing a little tease. you are going to be helping us make a warm hearty dinner for a cool fall evening. >> or breakfast or lunch. >> chicken parmesan meatballs [ distorted voice ] progressive claims to show people their competitors' rates alongside their direct rate to save you money. but what's really going on?
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this morning on "today" food a filling meal the whole family will love. celebrity chef alton brown is here. an easy recipe straight from the pages of a new book that is very personal this time, "every day cook" this time it's personal. >> that's my book. >> this is what you eat every day. >> when you're home. >> this is my home cooking. this is what i actually do. >> everybody is excited about this recipe. >> i love chicken parmesan and i love meatballs is why not make them all into one thing and it's incredibly simple. i was hoping that you would help me do some of the work. >> i will. >> one of the things that i do is i make an herb oil every week that's got everything from basil to rosemary to thyme, i warm it up and drain it into jars and
this is a chicken meatball, a pound and a half of chicken, three ounces of parmesan, two and a half ounces of pa in. co bread crumbs and dried herbs, a little salt, a little garlic powder, a little oil and one egg and i'm just going to grab one of these if that's okay. using your bare hands, sir, i would like for you to start mixing that together. >> okay. you know, your hands are the best a lot of people don't like messing with chicken like this so they can use a potato masher but i think they would be missing something. i have some strained out here because the flavor base in this oil is what we're going to use to build the rest of the dish. one of the things that a lot of folks don't like to do or don't understand is how you go about breading this kind of meatball. what i'm going to do, i already
golf ball size. i'm going to get these on a panned and bread them or try to bread them. i'm going to use a little more of the panco bread couple and more of the parmesan and dump right on top of them. i have oil getting hot here. there we go. when i do this a literally put the pan down and shake it in a circular motion until basically and it will make a little while. >> the meatballs go away, later. that's some stuff on your expensive shirt. >> that's all right. >> a lot of people try to pack it on with their hands. it doesn't work. that looks -- you are doing a very good job there. >> that's why you're alton brown and i'm al roker. >> which means i can't do the weather. >> okay. >> the thing about browning meatballs is you don't try to turn them too early.
that they get a little firm on the outside. >> don't be a frown of the brown. >> overpacking the pan is a big deal, too. i want them to be able to move around. every few minutes give them a little shake. that's all you have to do. but if they start sticking one of the best tools you can have in the kitchen, this fish turner. uz how it's flexible, all you have to do is flip them over. once the meatbal a go into two tablespoons of the oil plus a pint of your favorite spaghetti sauce, 4 ounces of mozzarella goes on top, 400 degree album. scoot out, roker. throw me a towel. and in about ten minutes we get something that looks -- move that towel. so much towels in this kitchen. go. >> all right. >> boom, boom, boom.
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pam griffin: we knew we had to save other families from losing their children. kelly reached out to us. doug griffin: she came to my family to learn more. pam griffin: she listened to what we had to say, who we were - she cared about us... she didn't know us. pam griffin: we talked about the ways to remove the stigma of addiction so parents can get help. doug griffin: kelly co-authored the comprehensive addiction and recovery act - this act will save kids'
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most talented and funny comedians though she is in new york. she is the most -- >> the most. >> just got the emmy for best supporting actress in a comedy series. >> after her starring "ghostbusters" back on the big screen -- >> they couldn't keep me away. >> like all the characters in this film sh he is a bee bit off. >> how did you all meet? >> if you must know a couple years back i was at a youth praise concert at church and i saw the most handsome man that i had ever seen in the world, he
we went on a date and then we fell very, very, very, very, very, very, very deeply in love and then he died. >> it's clearly not the man sitting next to you. >> no. >> with the bangs and everything. >> i know. >> what year is this? this is 1980 -- >> that's a good question. >> tom brokaw is in it as a young man. >> sort of a nebulous time period that harkens back to the beautiful jeans of the '90s. were those fun to wear. i mean, i was up in those and they were up in me. >> they are back in style in year. >> uh-huh. >> except for you, you are not
he had hillary clinton between two ferns. >> we are all adults and can share her. >> did you see zach intervening your doppelganger. >> i'm not down with tpp. >> you are supposed to say, yeah, you know me. like the hip hop group. >> don't tell me what to say. >> fine. lose. >> well, this has been a lot of fun, mrs. clinton, we should stay in touch. what's the best way to reach you? >> she killed it. she was great. >> she's got -- she's got a wonderful -- she's a very good comedian. when she came on the show we did a sketch together and she read it the first time and we looked at each other like, oh, my god, she's really funny. >> she's nailing it. >> the clip of it. hold up. >> that's what we do. >> where will you be watching tonight, kate? i know you're watching. "snl" debuts saturday night this
we're watching tonight in the office as a group. >> really? >> this is our work. this is the work of being an american citizen and so we're going to do it together in the office. >> a good party. >> hopefully there will be popcorn, maybe pizza. i don't know. i don't dare dream. >> will you be in character as hillary the whole time as you watch reacting to hillary as hillary? >> whenever i do watch her i do repeat all the sentences she says, so, >> wow. >> that's great. >> please snap chat that or something so we can see it. >> i don't have snap chat. >> you are not social at all? >> you'll see it on the show on saturday. >> oh. >> the ultimate sketch. >> october 1st, "snl," watch it. going to be a good show, guys. >> you're in this master minds is very funny, i didn't know it was a true story or maybe i did, it was a long time ago because when tom brokaw came in, this is
>> yes. >> i didn't know that actually happened. we turned it into a wild comedy, we have kristin wig in there who is your sole sister when it comes to socially awkward characters. >> the best. she is the funniest woman alive. >> the outtakes on the dvd must be sold separately. >> we did get to see a scene together and let's say there was a lot of toothpaste in my face. >> toothpaste or something else? >> in actuality it was tootte eyes. >> you know how to tease the movie, "snl." >> would you make a good criminal do you think? >> i would not. i did steal a roll of duct tape once. >> what was the occasion? >> duct. >> i was angry about -- i was angry at the pharmacy about something which i can't say, but i did -- i took a roll of duct tape. >> was this recently? >> no, this was ten years ago. >> you were angry at a pharmacy
>> all statute of limitations has expired because i have just said it on tv. so i have to go return a roll of duct tape. excuse me. >> kate mckinnon, ladies and gentlemen, the movie "harder minds". >> what did you do with the duct tape? >> i use it. >> on what? >> my ducts. what else? >> my ducts. >> if it was any hold outs that thought it was duck, it was duct instead of duck, it's du spot on. >> congratulations on the emmy. >> thank you. al -- >> you seemed stunned and shocked. >> stunned does not begin to cover it. i was truly -- i do not have any memories of that moment. i blacked -- >> this is the first time i'm seeing this. >> really? this is the first time? >> yeah. i don't want to watch myself cry. why would i do that?
emotional and i just -- i blacked out. i don't remember what i said. >> well, then, roll it back. you said some wonderful things. >> we will get you a dvd of it. >> thank you. i'd love to know. >> you can duct tape it up to the wall. >> you are not on social media. >> i did hear about that. i did hear that they made a shout out. so shout out to them as well. >> to hillary clinton. >> my special girl. >> by the way not only kate but you have jason sed can i sa kristin wig. >> leslie joe ens. >> it's a packed -- it's so funny. and the director jared hess is one of the funniest guys alive and it was great. it was a great time. what more can you ask for? >> "master minds" opens on friday. the season premiere of "snl" october 1st. >> watch that back to back. do your friday night, do your saturday night and have fun. up next, bad santa back in
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billy bob thornton who matches hatches a hand to play san tan and rob the maul he works. the sequel "bad santa" 2 hits theaters. i got a chance to catch up with the cast to get a preview. >> we left on bad terms. >> you tried to murder me. >> the but film "bad santa" 2 reunites audiences with the con man who hatched a plan to rob mall. he is back and better than ever. >> it's been 13 years since we last saw willie. why did you decide to bring him pack now? >> well, we knew when we made the first movie that we would like to make a sequel some day. over the years we did think about it and every time people see me on the street it's like, hey, when are you guys going to do another "bad santa" so we knew that the public wanted it.
what? >> willie, it's me, thurman. rrpg for the sequel brett kelly. >> thurman murman is a lot of the same that he was, he has changed a little bit but for the most part he is still very -- a very, very special boy. >> i'm 21, officially a man. >> you're 21 already? that's creepy. >> brad, you know, plays thurman he looks exactly the same. i've never seen anything like this in my lifetime. >> and joining the cast oscar winning actress cathy baits playing billy bob's long lost mom sunny. >> what's it been 15 years. >> mom. >> i had seen "bad santa" years ago and ironically i saw it again before i knew that i would be invited to play billy bob's mom. it's one of the funniest movies i have ever seen. i said sign me up, i'm ready.
colorful language, let's say. >> since now that i know sunny really well i've started to rewrite some of the dialogue to make it more colorful. >> so you added to it. >> of course i did. >> bless your heart. cheap little [ bleep ]. >> another welcome addition christina hendricks as diane, a love interest. >> is there a >> romance is an interesting word for it. >> i'm a good girl but sometimes i need to be bad. >> i guess everything is in the eye of the beholder let's be honest it's not romantic. it's naughty. >> it's foughty. >> 'tis the season to be naughty. here is hoping i made the nice list. and "bad santa" 2 hitting theaters on november 23rd. let's see, any winterlike weat >> winter like weather along th
fairly dry, showers around the great lakes and gulf coast. into the midweek more heavy rain along the mid-atlantic coast, showers in the southwest, the sunshine continues out west and beneficial rain moves into the northeast and new england, great lakes as well, sunshine through the gulf. temperaturewise it stays warm out west, below normal around the great lakes, below normal through the southwest and texas and by the latter part of the week chilly from the northeast down into texas, above nor >> good monday morning, everyone. chilly start. frost in some of the suburbs, clear skies and expecting a lot of suns. this front will deliver showers for tomorrow morning, 64-68. mostly sunny skies, increasing clouds overnight. temperatures back low to mid 50s. showers lingering along the day
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food allergies among kids is becoming increasingly common in the last decade but new evidence suggests given children two of the most highly allergenic foods reduce their risk of developing allergies to those foods later in life. we brought in nbc news medical contributor dr. natalie azar. good morning. >> good morning. >> let's break down what the study says, how do we change the timeline or what is the suggestion? >> tamron, basically what the study showed it was a meta-analysis which means it looked at and reviewed 146 studies of over 200,000 kids and found that there was a decreased
introduced earlier on in life. now, what does that mean exactly? >> define. >> earlier on in life for nut products it's 4 months to 11 months and eggs it's between 4 and 6 months. it's important to put this study into context. the background here is that from about 1999 to 2009 there was a doubling of food allergies, everyone you know has a child with a food allergies. >> peanut allergies. >> exactly. interestingly this coincided american academy of pediatrics in 2000 that we should limit the exposure to allergenic foods in our kids, same thing when i had a baby in 2005 i was not supposed to give him peanuts until age one or two. >> now the study bucks that. >> right. but then as we found out the allergies were doubling rather than being reduced so the aap changed the recommendation in 2008 to say we should start
foods what about kids who fall in that higher risk, i have a lot of friends whose kids are high risk. >> what does high risk mean? it is an infant that has a first degree relative, a parent or sibling who has a history of eczema, asthma, food allergy or allergic rhinitis or hay fever. those are the kids at higher list. this meta-analysis included low risk kids and also high risk kids. we can't tease out it's safe to do it and i think the take home message for parents is this, if you've had a child since 2008, you've probably already been told by your healthcare provider that it's okay to introduce these highly allergenic foods, we will put a graphic up of what that comprises. the take home is important, if you think your child is at high risk, meaning your other child has a history of peanut allergy it's probably okay -- we want you to start introducing these
you the guidance of why you are healthcare professional don't just do it right at home. >> to remind parents the foods are milk, eggs, fish, peanuts, soy nuts, wheat. if you're giving kids the eggs what do you do? >> most experts would say eggs have more than one allergen, probably it's the egg white more than the yolk but practically speaking you can't separate the egg white from the egg y whole egg. >> when you're doing this consult with your pediatrician, your child's doctor, but in the end if you are a parent and want to give a little something what should you immediately start looking for? >> an allergic reaction to a food can sometimes occur a few minutes after exposure, it could be hives, it could be difficulty breathing, gi symptoms, right, it's a food allergy so they may have an upset stomach, abdominal pain, nausea, but it can also occur a couple hours after the
interesting about it is just if you have had a mild reaction the first time it doesn't automatically mean that you will have a mild reaction the next time, it could be a more severe reaction. if you think your child had as had a reaction to a food i would not rechallenge them at home without first consulting an allergist and your pediatrician. >> fascinating information. >> very interesting. >> thank you so much. we are back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc. vo: kelly ayotte says she's on our
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