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if you can't afford your medication, astra zeneca may be able to help. take," tom hanks making a big scene. you won't believe what he did for a fan. plus, pumpkin palooza, spooktacular finds that will blow your mind. all coming up right now. >> announcer: from nbc news, thiss "today's take" live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. hey, welcome to "today" on a tuesday morning, october 25th, 2016. i'm al, along with tamron and dylan. >> how you doing? >> i started my morning off right. but yesterday welcoming me back, dylan knows from my love of an
rockin' apple crisp. more crisp than apple. >> i like it -- was that in your office yesterday zp. >> it was. but i didn't share it. >> i was like this is a mystery. >> i brought that home. >> apple crisp is not something that photographs very well. >> but that's okay. >> tastes good. >> i'm glad you liked it. don't know if you would say it tasted bad. >> i would not have posted. >> well good. thank you! >> you're so co-voter. you' a 20 hours later. >> as a consolation prize, ina garten. >> yeah. >> the barefoot contessa, your food fairy godmother. >> it's like glenda the good witch. you needed a book. >> they didn't give me one. >> that's why i'm here.
>> she made filet. the way you made it by searing it, then putting it in the oven, just a simple crust -- >> was the crusted black pepper? you know, listen. jeffrey. on the days that he's not available -- because he works -- he has a long commute. he's a really smart guy. he does a long commute. if >> i call you? >> i'll come. >> i'll be tamron's back-up just for the record. >> i love you, jeffrey. >> you'll be back on. >> when you walk like glitter should fall from the sky. >> there you go. >> if that's not enough. >> what else? >> the world series trophy is here!
look at this. the commissioner's trophy. of course, we've got -- we've got the cubs and indians playing game one in cleveland, progressive field. listen. >> how do you ship something like that? >> does it have a case? >> like the hope diamond. you can't even touch it. you have to have white gloves on to even touch it. >> here are the say that it's almost impossible to pick a team in this because these are two great american cities. i'm going with chicago. i lived there ten years. but i mean think about what's happening in baseball tonight. it's so huge! >> it's historic for either team. that's why it is hard to decide. >> that's why it is still america's favorite past time. >> is it as soft as you think it is? >> it feels so good.
>> does the genie come out? >> not only have we our hands on this but we also have our hands on tickets to the chicago and cleveland games in the world series as part of our world series super fan giveaway. head to today.com and share a picture or video of what makes you the ultimate cubs or indians fan. why you deserve to go game. you can see the game tonight at 8:00 p.m. eastern on fox. >> they moved up the ring ceremony for the cleveland cavaliers. it was supposed to be later this evening. they moved the time up for 7:00 eastern so it would not interfere with the game. >> that's smart.
we showed you nana, 104-year-old fan for the cleveland indians. adorable. adorable. >> the thing that's so crazy, first of all, trying to get these tickets are just nuts because they got those robot -- >> you have to verify that you are a human. >> that's what i don't understand. as a human i'm trying to type in the code that they put in there. i can't understand the code half the time. i swear it is a script f. i think. not sure. >> they keep resetting >> then by the fifth try it is just like "ms." >> i really think -- there have been legislation trying to stop these block sales of tickets. they go on and -- >> it is so disappointing. >> you go to ticket master, they buy tons of tickets and then normal folks can't get the tickets. >> even if you have certain credit cards they let you presale. i did that for like beyonce. it was still by the time i got there, like this is it. but there is always tv and we love tv.
tonight. it is going to be great. this tom hanks rap. what is this? >> from "big." this is interesting. just collection this out. okay? >> the space goes down down baby down down to sweet sweet baby sweet sweet don't let me go shimmy shimmy cocoa puff ? ? three more times. >> wow. that's classic scene. >> that's the best scene ever. >> from "big." >> okay. so what happened now? >> tom's doing an interview with these youtuber, wesley chan and philly wang. he was asked about one of his most famous scenes and tom after all these years proves he's still got it. >> let's see it. >> the space goes down down baby
sweet sweet baby sweet sweet don't let me go shimmy shimmy cocoa pop shimmy shimmy rock i met a girlfriend triscuit! she said a triscuit! a biscuit! ice chrome soda pop vanilla on the top! ooh charlene walking down the street ten times a week i said it i said it i stole my mama's credit. i'm cool. i'm hot. sock me in the stomach three more times. >> look at that! summer camp. however -- >> you memorized it? >> for some reason it was just one of those things that i memorized when i was a kid. i put it on my answering machine for a while which i'm sure was fun for people to call. not that i got a lot of phone calls. >> we have video? >> i got it. >> this is live. >> down down baby baby down the roller coaster sweet sweet baby sweet sweet don't let me go
cocoa pop shimmy shimmy rock i met a girlfriend triscuit! biscuit! i meant it i said it i stole my mama's credit i'm cool i'm hot sock you in the stomach three more times. >> i have been waiting my whole life to do that in front of people. i wasn't even thinking. >> yesterday! >> i talked pumpkins as well which was also hilarious. >> that scene from "snl," my daughter, courtney, who works here has been at our house -- >> come on. >> she was -- come over for dinner and was going on and on about dated pumpkins. you've got to go on to nbc.com and check out the clip. >> courtney, what did you tell him? are you miked up? just yell.
horror. a spoof of that. david pumpkins. it's pretty good. >> google it while we go to break. just ahead, guess who's hitching a ride in james cordon's car pool karaoke? my my baby baby shimmy shimmy cocoa pop -- thank you. lady gaga and we have your first look before it airs toni ? ? with ingredients like roasted hazelnuts and cocoa, nutella adds a smile to any morning. one jar; so many delicious possibilities. nutella - spread the happy! there's a story behind my skin. my only makeup? true match. only true match has l'or?al's technology to match your skin's unique tone and undertone.
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? oh call it a bad romance ? >> lovely. not ideal for driving, but i do feel alive. >> he's so great. that's so fantastic. you remember who the first car pool karaoke guest was? >> no. >> mariah carey. >> really. >> that's right. >> and guess what? she was spotted riding shotgun again. this time he was wearing a christmas sweater. so could it be a -- >> "all ian i really hope so. >> remember when i went to her home and hung out with her. she calls herself the queen of christmas. her christmas trees actually have real flowers. she wrote that song on a casio by herself. >> she would never have to record another song again. million million million
bottle flipping thing? >> we tried it. i feel like we tried last summer. we failed it. >> you did it though, didn't you? >> i did. i couldn't do it. >> there you are. >> boom. couldn't do it. >> the table was really small. >> well, i still couldn't do it. >> is it back? >> it is. i don't think it's gone away but it's really getting steam up. a duke basketball player takes it to the next level. now this guy, he's not just anybody. he's their star player, chase je during their basketball season kickoff. crowd goes nuts. >> let's see it. >> chase jeter! ? ?
>> so the build-up leading up to it, if he didn't nail it, that would have been a little uncomfortable. >> that looks like a movie. >> maybe you ought to try it on the floor. >> no, i'm just not that good. >> another guy tries it. his own basketball inspired bottle attempt, tries this on social media. >> that is so -- >> oh, is no! >> okay. oh, that's so funny. no one was injured. >> other than his pride. >> nobody got hurt. >> i'm so glad that was caught on camera. >> you almost got hurt fashion wise. >> oh, my god. so yesterday -- i want to quickly thank estee lauder. they invited me to their table
harle harlem. i went to the event. how about i went to the event last night and didn't know it was a black tie gala. i had no idea. i got out of the car. >> you looked like you were wearing -- >> no, i wore a dress that i wore to work a few weeks ago. i walk in and it was one of those moments where you're like -- i want a -- t gayle king, like strapless -- >> when i get an invitation to a black tie optional, i ask 100 people what does this mean? >> optional means you can wear cocktail. the thing was, this wasn't optional. there were men in black bowties. i just ran to the table, i sat down. it was a beautiful evening. congratulations to them. thanks to estee lauder, but i have learned a lesson. black tie optional -- we should do a segment on that for the holidays. black tie optional -- guys have
but when it says black tie, they claim -- >> when guys see black tie, it's -- >> here we go. >> me? me try it on the floor? >> be careful. >> it is full. i don't really -- no. i don't know why we thought that was going -- i don't really even know the technique. >> i think you start f top. okay. doesn't work that well. i'll move to weather. >> weather. weather. >> let's see what we've got for today. very mild stretching from the southwest all the way into the gulf coast and the southeastern atlantic states. heavy rain making its way into the upper midwest. look for some showers northern new england. world series tonight, game one, progressive field. partly cloudy. 46 degrees and then we're looking at tomorrow some rain
degrees. tamron, going to try? >> i'm going to try it. good grief. is there technique? wrist? oh, t >> temperatures outside in the mid 40s. winds out of the west a little bit breezy too throughout the day. today and tomorrow, it's cooler with temperatures struggling to get out of the dry. next chance for any significant rain stays on thursday and with us for friday morning. for the weekend, we return to the 50s. >> running man. >> show it, show it -- boom!
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it's the one night when everybody dresses up. and that includes dinner. it's baking season. warm up with pillsbury. so you go to the market and there are still a ton of pumpkins to be decorated. here with creative ideas, the lifestyle director at "woman's day" magazine. hey, used to decorate a pumpkin. >> we're starting with some monsters you can find lurking around the cemetery. but this one is made from materials from the sewing supplies like button eyes, ribbon, eyebrows, then we took a zipper to make this cool mouth here. you just pin it in place. use the highlighter to trace inside. take it off, carve it, put it
guy. tooth picks. you have your monster, you want a gnarly smile. add toot pick teeth. stick them into the carved mouth. something different for the eyes, try a half gourd on top with some thumbtacks. we etched these eyebrows using a linoleum cutter. this is something fun that adds a lot of detail that everyone should h >> what is kecreep your. carve the eye shape in the front, then a big hoping hole in the back so you can fit in the painted white half pumpkin. >> i'll keep an eye out for you. >> we've got the scary pumpkins and the kids' version. >> lot of fun.
>> of course. >> we took an owl. we're poking holes in the top to give this pumpkin some candy lollipop hair. doubles as a display on your front steps. trick-or-treaters can grab them before they go. >> you also have your candy dcon eyes. add those with hot glue. take strips of corn husk and dip them in water, secure them with a paperclip. then once they unwind them to create these awesome curse. a little straight pin. >> i love it! tamron's got no h-carve. >> this spider web is made from a metallic doily. cut it out with an exacto knife. mod-podge. it dries clear.
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well, this morning on "today's style fashion," essentials for the fall. we brought in our style squad. liliana vasquez, jill martin and bobbie thomas. liliana is kicking it off with a i military jacket. we all have pea coats from past seasons but this year take it up a notch by going for the army green version. striped detail on the sleeve. see the accents? super military. $169 available at zara.com. shearling. this is a classic. super stylish. this is available for only $60 at lord & taylor.
petite body. >> pink, you know i love pink coats. >> a p coat is the way to make a statement but update it with this pink coat. millennial pink is this pale shade of pink. the color of the fall. $70 at old navy. >> i am convinced any time you put on a black coat, you can put on a pink coat. >> printed go for an oversized plaid. this is from bebe dakota. $150. >> this is like the wrap coat. it is back. >> it is also called the road coat because it hits you right at at midi length. jonathan channeled his inner top gun with this quilted bomber. they've been around forever but
it will keep you warm. also available at zara for $99. >> i see ladies with the little silk dresses with the bomber on top of it. >> all about the mix of masculine and feminine. everything you want to wear with a coat from gloves, hats, scarves, "today" contributor jill martin with the must-haves for fall. let's start off hat wise. >> starting with the pompon hat. huge trend right now. this is from lsquared.com. fall should be fun. $50. everything here is about $50 or less. the floppy hat, huge trend from talbot's. always great, a classic look. again, under $50. then h & m. the fed dora. a sleek look. wear with a jean jacket, a leather jacket. these are from jackthreads.com. you are a big fedora wearer.
jones or -- you call this a knife? this is a knife. >> you are indiana jones. but for women and men, that's a big one. lot of variety, a lot of different colors. then verloopknits.com. these are fingerless gloves and they can turn into mittens in the winter. for fall that's great, $4.99 at those also turn in to mittens. then on the bicycle, you can get your grip. then when you get to your location and they're cold. okay. trend in scarves. chunky, knit, plaid. that's the big trend. and blanket scarves for women. my pal christina is here and can show you the classic way too tie the blanket scarf so it does not
you just tie a knot at the end and you are all set. it takes a simple t-shirt to a sizzling look. if you are looking for hot hand bags, "today" contributor bobbie thomas has you suffered. you celebrated a birthday over the weekend? >> thank you so much. thanks for being with us here. >> thank you. talking about the handbag. i will say i got a really great handbag for my birthday. to do handbag homework for you, these are the trends to softer bags are back this season. particularly the hobo. the hobo has made a huge comeback. we've seen this. it is more comfortable. it is nice to see some of the softer shapes coming in. this bag in particular i love that it looked structured but it is soft. only $29 from zara. a great classic color so add a pop to any outfit.
these thicker straps are the second trend you should focus on. >> mix and match? >> yeah. the guitar strap was everywhere. gucci, valentino. i can name all the big trend-setting designers but you can find this price to interanywhere. what i love about this trend, if you have a summer clutch, this happens to be from lulus.com. you can update that bag to become a really great day bag and just add a strap to kind of an evening look. this is a trend that you can find everywhere. you can buy guitar straps or steal from your kid's saxophone or -- >> also embellishments are big. >> embellishments are everywhere but the backpack is a modern classic. my husband was all about wanting a leather backpack to update his briefcase. that's what makes it an adult
aldo. this will be easy when you need hands free with babies. this is a great chic option. i will say even this backpack has a really great padded insert for your electronics. so it is not just a nylon kid's book bag. >> it actually has some structure to it. >> you mentioned el bellishment. the one trend i will say you will see everywhere, whether you love it or not, pins, patches and more. you can zip off the clutch with this to get three-in-one. i have everythg and more. up next, what are you doing with all that candy and chocolate your kids get on halloween? wait until you see h go, go! [ rock music playing ] have fun with your replaced windows. run away! [ grunts ] leave him! leave him! [ music continues ] brick and mortar, what?! [ music continues ] [ tires screech ] [ laughs ] [ doorbell rings ] when you bundle home and auto insurance with progressive,
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victims. his mother, connie, murdered by an ex-boyfriend when dave was just 15 years old. >> as a grown man i can look back and go, what 15-year-old kid is supposed to know how to handle this? but it still lives with you, the guilt and the shame. and i think speaking of shame, that's one of the things that kept my mom silent. >> in his documentary, "mourning son," navarro delves into emotion of his mother's death. >> my mother's death was always shrouded in darkness. it made it so i could walk away from telling the story closer to her than i had been. my mom really tried to protect me from what was happening. so i really didn't know much until it was too late. i later learned that she wanted to look into a shelter. i don't know how far she got down that road.
are you somewhere safe where you can speak freely? a >> when they decide to leave is when they are most likely to be killed. the abuser escalates their behaviors to threaten them out of making those decisions. >> having this little tricycle here, just symbols of childhood everywhere. and it speaks to how many chdr >> here today we have over 100 children. >> reporter: safe horizon runs eight domestic violence shelters in new york, this one, rose house, is the largest. kelly, there is one of the most important rooms at the shelter because of the number children who end up here. >> most people when they think about domestic violence think about the adult survivor. forget over half of our beds are filled by their children. >> people visualize and think, a shelter, as being just that.
a safe place for the night. but that's not what a shelter is. >> we want them to come in and know this is a place where they can be safe first. >> reporter: here each family gets its own apartment. this is an apartment with a kitchen. >> it is a place that our residents can be proud of. >> reporter: while living here the domestic abuse survivor discovered a hidden talent -- art. >> that is her and her son walk ugg toward the light. she described that as what this experience in shelter has been like for her. >> weis how do you feel now that you know you did it, you made the choice? >> i am in control of my own self. i should not allow nobody to treat me like that. i feel strong. i feel very strong. >> another survivor agrees. >> it's not my fault. why is it my fault that i love? we all are human.
out there that are embarrassed just as i was. >> when you look at your future now, what do you see? >> i see nothing but happiness. >> reporter: navarro wants to share that message, too. >> there is a way out. and it is possible to have a rich fulfilled happy life in spite of whatever trauma we go through. i've survived domestic abuse, murder, drug addiction, i am so grateful to be on the other you're not alone. and nothing is insurmountable. >> such a powerful message. safe horizons work is so important to me that i appeared in one of their psas. i've set up a fund in honor of my sister who was murdered at her home in texas. no suspect was named and the crime has never been solved. this week dave navarro will receive an inspired difference
stepped up in any way they can. back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc. tom doesn't have much, but he still has his health. next year, a cancer diagnosis will change that. as ceo, chris sununu cut hours to deny his employees health insurance. and on the executive council cut funding
for cancer screenings at new hampshire clinics. that may not mean much to chris sununu, but to tom, it means everything. chris sununu has no business being governor. by put new hampshire first
the outside corporate interests bankrolling question two are trying to deceive you. here's the truth: every time a new charter school opens, that's 400 million just last year - according to the state's own data. which means real cuts to our kids - in arts, technology, ap classes, pre-school, bus service and more. that's why question two's opposed by the massachusetts
pta and school committees all across the state.
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write offs for executive bonuses. voted big oil billions in tax breaks. but kelly ayotte voted against letting families refinance student loans. and against lowering the cost of prescription drugs. kelly ayotte's not working for new hampshire. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. uh, first of all, i plan to vote for donald trump. when it served her purpose, ayotte buddied up to trump,
absolutely, i would do that. but she kept playing politics and flip flopping around. ayotte is running away from trump as quickly as she can. and what she values is her seat. and she's trying - to keep something she values. - i know. kelly ayotte. the politician. looking out for herself. seiu cope is responsible for the content of this advertising. uh, first of all, i plan to vote for donald trump. when it served her purpose, ayotte buddied up to trump, even calling him a role model. oh absolutely, i would do that. but she kept playing politics and flip flopping around. ayotte is running away from trump as quickly as she can. and what she values is her seat. and she's trying - to keep something she values. - i know. kelly ayotte. the politician. looking out for herself. independence usa pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. uh, first of all, i plan to vote for donald trump. when it served her purpose, ayotte buddied up to trump,
oh absolutely, i would do that. but she kept playing politics and flip flopping around. ayotte is running away from trump as quickly as she can. and what she values is her seat. and she's trying - to keep something she values. - i know. kelly ayotte. the politician. looking out for herself. senate majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. kathy: it goes by so fast. kate: one day
you're a kid - and the next... kelly: ...you're raising your own little girl. kelly: growing up, i watched my mom work so hard. ruggles, she made our lives better. she's my inspiration in the senate - whether strengthening social security or medicare, protecting our environment, or helping make college more affordable... she taught me that with hard work... kate: you can do anything? kathy: anything. kate: my mom taught me that too. kelly: i'm kelly ayotte,
from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee ings gifford and hoda kotb live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. all right, everybody. welcome. it's booze day tuesday. october 25th, and spanky tuesday, but -- >> oh, no! >> hoda doesn't cooperate. can't make any promises. >> that's -- >> little mix. >> shout-out to my ex. >> if you've broken up with someone and want to get all of your tension out, listen to this song and watch the video. a good one. >> really? >> yeah. a good one. >> a great show today. guess who's in the kitchen