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this morning on "today's take," slow cooker secrets revealed. the tricks and shortcuts that will change your life. >> then, find out how yoko ono is >> 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 tuesday morning, september 27th. right after the big debate. billy bush, al and tamron?
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fireworks between the two. i would say yes on that front. >> let me tell you just my social media alone, everyone seemed to be engaged. we'll see what ratings are. i think policy-wise lacking on both sides. if hillary clinton's goal was to make temperament the a-1 topic of the morning, that seems to be the a-1 topic, al. >> i think so. i think the fact that you go and you lo that moment. check it out. it's amazing. >> i have much better judgment than she does. there's no question about that. i also have a much better temperament than she has. you know. i have a much better -- i think my strongest asset maybe by far is my temperament. i have a winning tif ining temp. i know how to win. there's a person with a temperament that's got a problem.
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okay. >> that was kind of the moment. the whoo and the shimmy. >> optics go. you have sniffles on his side and then you have the shoulder shimmy on her side. >> on another network he said he didn't have the sniffles and it was a bad microphone. >> that's what we call the spin in this business. this morning donald trump was on "fox & friends" said there was something wrong with his mike. if you look at social media and any other obj one noticed an audio problem at home. there are some people who said there was an issue for a few minutes in the auditorium but nothing that was broadcast to potentially 100 million people. >> it's funny. the last time we as a family, nick, deborah, leila, myself, sat there and watched tv together was the super bowl. >> wow. >> did it deliver? what did the kids think?
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>> nick is, like, i'm out. >> i'm staying up. i'm staying up -- >> 90 minutes is a long time without any commercial breaks. the question to billy's point, there will be many things to measure. ratings but also the most important did either of them move the polls. did either of the candidates pull in even 1%, 2% of those still undecided? or maybe those who are supporting gary johnson or jill >> we've been wrong. in the hallways here on msnbc, the policy wonks and the analysts have been wrong every step of the way. most people have said to me this morning they don't think donald trump hurt himself at all with the people who are already going to vote for him. your point. i think as i saw it, she -- you got what you got. she overprepared. she was totally prepared.
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the debate. you're going to elect somebody. one is going to overprepare and one is going to wing it. >> there were some who said she overprepared and used that as a negative. i said last night on twitter was this intellect versus gut? if you have a kid doing homework while watching the debate, would you want your child going in for a test tomorrow morning and going for their gut or prepare? which is important to you? >> she made that point. i believe donald is or criticizing me for preparing. yes, i did prepare. and just like i'm preparing for president. there were a number of big moments. take a look. >> look at all of these places where so many of their jobs and their companies are just leaving. they're gone. hillary, i just ask you this. you've been doing this for 30 years. why are you just thinking about
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it and now you're just starting to think of solutions. i will bring -- skuexcuse me. i will bring back jobs. you can't bring back jobs. >> i have thought about this quite a bit. >> for 30 years. she doesn't have the look. she doesn't have the stamina. i don't believe she does have the stamina. >> well, as soon as he travels to 112 countries and negotiates a peace deal, a cease-fire, a opening of new opportunities and nations around the world, or even spends 11 hours testifying in front of a congressional committee, he can talk to me about stamina. >> i just left detroit. i just left philadelphia. i just -- you know, you've seen me. i've been all over the place. you decided to stay home. and that's okay. i will tell you, i've been all over. i met some of the greatest people i'll ever meet within
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politicians have told them and what their politicians have done. >> i think donald just criticized me for preparing for this debate. and, yes, i did. you know what else i prepared for? i prepared to be president. and i think that's a good thing. >> she locked eyes with him on that delivery. we were talking earlier about whether it's fair to focus in on the sniffing or the drinking of the water or what some people saw as a about nixon not wearing makeup with kennedy. it's optics. when people get this we shouldn't talk about the body language, we are still talking about the impact that it had physically with nixon and kennedy. >> i saw the lincoln/douglas debate. >> you moderated it. >> unbelievable. they still say he should have shaved. he didn't. >> we spoke earlier, you and i, about maybe the first half hour
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then it seemed to run out of stamina or run out of gas the next 60 minutes was all about hillary. i'm wondering did a bunch of guys watch the first 30 minutes and say he's doing okay and i'm going to watch football and woke up today saying i thought he was great. >> you don't know what's going to happen with donald trump, which is why the ratings and cable news especially were so high when weld speeches. this is one of those rare moments that like leaving the football game at the end and you think your team is up and then you're running back from the parking lot. >> that was really the first quarter. >> she was ready. she was ready. the campaign as a team was ready ten minutes after the debate released this whole thing about miss universe, miss piggy. >> here's a little factoid for you. the number one tweeted thing of the night or retweeted, donald
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of course in this age you have to watch what you tweet out. the number one tweeted thing was a tweet where he called climate change a hoax. that was the number one tweet. >> up next, they were once the hottest couple in hollywood. we're not talking about brad and angeli angelina. we're not talking about donald and hillary kiefer and julia until julia called off the wedding at the last minute but the reason was courageous according to kiefer. >> a lot of people don't realize or remember they were together.
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gordon steps up and hits a home run. he went to his lefty. ripped one over the fence. balling tears as he runs around the plate right there. so much tragedy in this. jose was expecting a child with his girlfriend. a boating accident early sunday morning. he was on the cusp of a giant contract. one of the biggest. probably the biggest in major league baseball. >> arguably many people agreed on a hall of fame track. and marlins beat mets 7-3. mets announcers were in tears. it was just a small little moment there hitting the home run and letting the crowd come together. that was emotional. all going on while the debate was happening. >> the manager of the team said over the weekend just talked about what a great guy he is and all of the things that he -- these milestones in life he'll miss. he's 24 years old. a father as you mentioned to be. our thoughts and prayers are
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>> for sure. now, remember, it was 1990 on the set of flat liners where kiefer sutherland and julia roberts met and fell in love and on the fast track to marry in 1991 head over heels for each other. kiefer tells "people" she was arguably the most famous woman in the world and this wedding was supposed to be something between the two of us. it became so big and took courage to say i there. i think that's tough. everyone is into the -- you get swept up in it. >> j. lo talks about that with men affleck when they were engaged how this becomes so big and even though you're a celebrity, you're still a couple trying to figure this out. it becomes overwhelming. >> you don't want to upset the whole world and you know you're
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marriage. >> one is maybe longer than the other. >> she went onto marry lyle who is a very sexy man. mark anthony. >> both terrific singers. lyle lovett. >> i remember when they became engaged. >> i can tell you get your man spread -- you're pressing against my leg right now. it's like a reverse thigh master. >> because of my man spread, they put in "today's take." >> women at home couldn't take it anymore. they were, like, billy's man spread, you're drawing us in. >> sorry about that. >> censorship right here. ladies and gentlemen, this is called nbc censorship. >> as they said in just a thin layer between you and me.
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>> sorry. >> ideas on how to bedazzle this cane for al. send us your jewels, your finest jewels. >> if we don't bedazzle, what should we do? >> send us your family jewels. would you? let's show you what's going on as far as your weather is concerned. wet weather through texas. also a stationary front, cold front combo stretching from new england back into texas. look for more wet weather into the midatlantic states, and it is going to be a warm one looking from texas into the southwest. digits. we're looking at 90s through the southeast. you okay there? and you can see we've got wet weather along the mid-atlantic states. river flooding finally subsiding in the upper mississippi river valley. unseasonably warm out west. that's what's going on around the country. here's what's happ >> chris: good >> good tuesday morning, everyone. starting off with wet weather.
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leak. here is the solution. this is a frost proof version of the same thing. how about manly there? >> so manly. >> turn this and now all the way through the wall inside the house, that is where the water is stopped. so nothing is going to freeze because this is space inside. >> doing work drilling into foundation. >> take this apart, take it off. if you can't do it, a plumber will do it quickly. $30 for the equipment. you can do it. otherwise a plumber is in and >> good. i'm not good at soldering. >> 30 bucks for equipment and plumbing. >> small price for peace of mind. >> beautiful plants. we may be able to plant now that will make it through to spring. >> people think spring is best time to plant but some plants to go in when we are talking about the fall. so this right here, a knockout rose. that one is going to give you flowers all year long. spring, summer and fall. this is a winter berry.
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you get beautiful berries in the winter. and then of course the bulbs. great time to plant bulbs. beautiful color in the spring coming your way. >> we can do this now? >> you have to do the bulbs now. >> must do bulbs now. >> i love your lawn. you fertilize your lawn. one of the most important times to fertilize because even though blades slow down in growing fertilize it because you feed the roots. ro the fall. that's going to set you up for a great spring lawn. >> heating bill goes through the roof if we don't seal windows. i happen to know that. >> a lot of moving parts. where the window comes together, make sure they're sealed. tighten them down with locks. add additional locks and you've got weather stripping that should go around on sides, underneath. tighten it up. warm and comfortable in the winter.
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doing something handy. how do you get the tape off? >> your wife is impressed. >> right there. underneath. put it down. >> not on the bottom side. don't need to meet each other. >> that's enough. right there. >> little things that you can do. thank you very much. good to see you. the new season for "this old house" premiere on pbs this thursday and coming up, al catches up with yoko ono who is inspiring a new generation of musicians. first, your local news. musicians.
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welcome back. for the last 19 years, yoko ono has been keeping lennon's legacy alive through the john lennon tour bus 5 million students across the country providing hands-on music production experience. i got to catch up with yoko to see how firsthand it's changing kids' lives. these students from frank sinatra school of the arts in queens, new york, got a chance to play for a legend. they performed the song for yoko
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lennon tour bus founded in 1998, the bus is a state of the art music production space that provides students with free, hands-on opportunities to create music. this bus basically brings music to kids. >> bringing music to everywhere. and it's very important because the education or music has been dropped in most schools. >> it's the kind of proje >> i know. just want it to be fun. >> after the song is complete, students create a music video to go along with it. i was even given a cameo. >> many students who come onboard have never realized that the star that's on the center of the stage is really just one person that makes the whole project come to life. all of the audio, video and broadcast people behind the
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good paying careers and if our kids don't know about them, they can't go for it. >> when you see these kids in here, does it bring you back a little bit thinking about when you were younger and creating music for the first time? >> i miss john. we would make good music. always laughing. >> do you have a favorite beatles song? >> i mean, all of the beatles songs >> "yesterday." >> when i hear it in a restaurant or something, i feel glad about it and also, it's just, you know emotional. >> are there any artists you listen to today that you feel strongly about that you really
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>> you know what i find hard to believe, 45 years the song "imagine" was released. >> i didn't know this. >> you didn't know that? 45 years? 45 years ago. wow. >> when you first heard it, did you have any idea that song would have such staying power and mean so much to so many generations? >> it does mean so much to people but >> yoko ono recently attended an event with sir paul mccartney. >> everybody looks young. i couldn't believe it. paul and ringo looked so young. i'm i'm sure they're pleased about that. >> you said music keeps you young. >> that's true. >> at 83 years young, yoko ono
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it's one of the most useful tools in k entire fan blog dedicated to it talking about the good old fashioned slow cooker and today we take it to a new level. we have slow cooker hacks to make all of our lives much easier in the kitchen. good morning, good to see you. >> i got to be honest with you. a year ago i never used a crock pot. i was a crock pot virgin. i'm not going to lie. i'm telling you, it absolutely changed my life. these hacks though are amazing.
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i'm telling you. this is our favorite part, the fact we're starting with dry noodles. we don't have to worry about boiling them, overboiling them. getting them stuck. >> just layer them down. >> absolutely. we'll start. >> do you need nonstick anything. >> you can. this is a nonstick crock pot. this one is fancy. if you don't have one, i would go ahead and do a nice layer of a little bit of spray. we start with tomato sauce and we'll add our meat and after that we start layering. >> just like you would lasagna in a pan. >> no different whatsoever. now a lot of people would say so why in the world would you need to do this? why can't you stick it in the oven? it's lasagna. you're going to someone's house, you can take the whole crock pot with you and plug it in when you get there and you're not taking up valuable space. >> does it take longer cook time in the crock pot versus the other?
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you can do it in the morning and then have it when you get home. you don't have to mind it. i don't know about y'all but it's football season and we are excited. and every weekend i'm going around the house going we don't have enough dips. we don't have enough dips. we need more dips. we'll do two dips in one crock pot. >> you start out with a piece of foil in the middle. >> this is our divider. you can get these bags at the grocery store. they're made for a crock pot. you can put a roast in them. w one on this side. see how we're doing this? i'm telling you, we'll have plenty of dips. so all day long on saturday and sunday there's going to be lots and lots of wonderful things. we'll pour this in. this is fireside dip. that's what my grandmother called it. add that in. you have to be careful. this is a two-person job to have someone hold the bag.
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>> passive aggressive. that's how she is. true southern woman. bless her heart. >> i know what bless her heart means. >> what kind of dip is this? >> blue cheese and bacon. this is one of my absolute favorites. >> when can i eat this? you can make two dips at once in your crock pot and there you have it. and that's the finished product. >> this is fantastic. >> even if you don't like blue has other things. isn't that nice? love it. here we are. this is my favorite. so we've got our tacos. we make tacos in the crock pot all the time. what we do is you can keep tortillas warm. go ahead and put them on top here. we'll take this pie plate. set it in. we can stick that right on top. now, think about it. you can do oatmeal and wanted to
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there are lots of different things that you can do. >> we have to have you back. you said you can make a cake in a crock pot. >> fudge, brownies. >> can you make anything low cal? i'm trying to work on my lines here. >> billy, fish is absolutely amazing. she knows what it is, she's a fine chef. culinary abilities today. i'm just kidding. fish does beautifully in here. you cannot overcook it. it's unbelievably simple. do a beautiful layer of wonderful vegetables, maybe some lima beans, some corn. lay your salmon or sea bass on top of that. put it in the crock pot. fresh herbs on top. >> we love elizabeth for so many reasons. her slow cooker tips, go to
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>> the forecast is fantastic. i don't want to eat this. >> i'll eat it for you. >> i don't want to do it while i'm doing weather. that would be a mess. so for today we're looking at wet weather. starting itself up in the southeastern atlantic states. unseasonably warm out west. look for wet weather around the great lakes. nice and warm in southern california. then tomorrow we have a flood threat along the mid-atlantic coast from pennsylvania all of thy beautiful weather in the pacific northwest. warmth in the southwest and we look for cooler weather in new england. that's what's going on around the country. here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. >> good tuesday morning, everyone. starting off with wet weather. a quick quarter to a half an inch of rain before drying out this afternoon. cloudy this afternoon across southeastern mass. numbers, low 70s throughout the day. and tomorrow, we change it up. it's a breeze off the ocean, a
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get ready to get your superhero fix on netflix preparing to launch an action packed drama with real world heroes. >> it stars alfre woodard and most recently you know mike as his role as drug kingpin on "the
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>> i love your suit. >> my stylist hooked me up. >> it takes a bold bman to wear that? >> it does? i thought i woos plas playing i. you are bulletproof in this. unbreakable. reluctant superhero. >> streets are tough out there. >> excuse me? >> you're being disrespectful. it's unnecessary. >> what up? >> show the man what you think. >> calm down. >> yes. yes. and by the way, the guy's name
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>> your skin can't be damaged, right? >> unbreakable. heat, cold, super strength. >> i want to watch it. >> al wouldn't let you hear it. >> you're in the marvel family now. what do you think about this? are you a superhero fan? a fan girl? >> i am now. i'm a fan girl now. i never geeked out about something that i'm in ever. i tell strangers all the time since we started shooting i said you just wait. you just wait. i am now. i wasn't before. >> your son? >> my son thinks i'm the coolest thing in two shoes. >> i love that. i read a quote where you said this show is call and response. we'll be watching it like al yelling at the screen. >> it's shanghai. >> sounds good.
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of cards" plays -- he's evil. >> he's not evil. he is fabulous. >> he's the other side of the coin. >> he takes care of business. >> other side of the coin. >> you're the -- you know what, we use what's at our disposal. >> you're a politician who is going to do good for her community no matter what it takes. >> you just keep watching al. >> that's a tease. it is in harlem. i read that there was a and you lived in harlem. how was it to come back as a superhero? >> it was really nice. i'm actually in harlem and i used to live there and they would shoot something and i would wonder what they're shooting and trucks and stuff like that. i drove a car to new york city and sometimes they would ask to move your car. you're shooting in my neighborhood. i want to work on my block. i moved to l.a. and now i'm
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>> what's his back story? how did he get these powers? >> wrongly convicted sent to prison illegally experimented on and that experiment saved his life but used powers to escape. blue collar guy. tries to self-develop and change the way he's leading his life and trying to lay low. he's a hopeless romantic looking for love. looking for the n his life. he's just trying to stay out of trouble. he goes to harlem and meets this character. >> looking all over for love in harlem. >> love is easy to find in harl harlem. >> it is. >> it falls in my lap. >> you have a new baby? >> i do. i do. 16-month-old. she's in l.a. i do a lot of jet setting back and forth. >> what's her name?
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we did a photo shoot with you and your daughter. your daughter was at home. now both kids are gone. >> both of them are gone. >> you can baby sit. >> mike won't let me near his baby. >> that's not true. >> he knows my parenting skills are very new day and liberal. >> my nanny is number one. wife is number two. dog is number three. i'm number four. i can't have another person stng >> you'll be busy for a while. this is going to the defenders. jessica jones, iron fist, dare devils. luke cage. you're going to be busy. >> al knows once your in the marvel family it's gold for your
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from nbc news, this is "today." with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb, live from studio 1a in hello, everybody. we are so glad you're with us today for who's day tuesday, it's september 27th already. that's yesterday's song by hunter heys. >> i love that. >> we're at the end of september. going into october. halloween. it's crazy. >> yeah. >> we have a big show today. mandy moore is here, the pop superstar turned actress is starring in one of the buzzed about new shows. you're crazy about this show.

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