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96 percent of kids who don't attend a charter school. if you believe every child deserves a great public education, vote no on question two. take," it had to be him. harry connick jr. co-hosting again. and "freebie friday." just wait until you see the fabulous prizes you could win at home. and the puzzle wizard with a brain teaser all that coming up right now. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's take," live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. welcome to "today" for a friday morning. it is november 4th, 2016. i'm al, along with tamron. the one, the only, harry connick jr. so great, because normally i'm not here, you're filling in for me. >> i've missed you. you know how i can tell that i
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morning, i had such a nice feeling in my heart because i've known you for so many years. i saw you sitting there, i said oh, al's here today. >> is that what you said? >> i did. it is good to see you. >> yesterday i was making dinner after i had gotten home, turned on channel 5 here in new york and watched your show just in time for back it up. >> now whenever i see harry i instantly back it up. do people do that just when they see you? >> people are sending in videos of themselves backing it up. >> i guess we should explain this. or not. just leave it out there. figure it out. >> love that. >> it's on your show. speaking of which, you've got something kind of fun going on tonight. these tiny houses are all the rage. people are downsizing. you've teamed up with shark vacuums which is great because that doesn't suck -- >> see? that's why i missed al so much. only al can get away with those jokes. >> no. he's not getting away with it either.
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>> i am so excited. i'm going to be on the street right in front of the intrepid in new york city. i'm going to be in there all night long. i'm having a house party. my band and going to be there. i'm going to spend the night by myself in the house. >> what are the dimensions? >> small. >> you're like 6'0" tall? >> i'm 6'1". i haven't been in the house yet but i've been doing a lot of training. going into boxes. >> why do yont blaine can do it, go into times square and be in a block of ice? i'm going to one-up him. sleep in a tiny house. deal with it! >> so can we drive by? >> yeah. >> it's on wheels. we should drive by the middle of the night. >> i'll wake up in rutherford. something like that. guys? >> where am i? we're going to watch for that. that will be fun.
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i got seasick one time on my tour bus going across the north sea in the bottom of a ship. i didn't wake up. they put my tour bus on the bottom of a ship in a thunderstorm. the bus drove on to the ship. everybody got off the bus, forgot i was in the back. i woke up in the belly of a slip in the thunderstorm. it was the weirdest thing. you can tell me about tiny house and i would not know until i woke up in rutherford. >> the band forgot >> that's crazy. so we're back now. we had a fun time. i got to tell you -- listen, i was rooting for the indians. worked there for five years. but if anybody had to win the world series, so thrilled that the cubs did it. it was -- and we had this almost planes, trains and automobiles thing. we were in cleveland for the game seven, which was just insane. then had to fly to chicago. but we couldn't get in to chicago because the weather was bad so we landed in milwaukee.
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>> though we had fast drivers. then came home. but, man. it was unbelievable being out there hanging out. >> what was it like hanging with bill murray. >> bill was ahead of me one row. when you go to a game with bill murray, bill murray's there with everybody. he's handing out m & ms. he's letting you have some that nachos. for example, i've never had this bourbon called fireball. >> you have? >> no, i don't drink but i know all about fireball. apparently apparently it is very good. >> it's a cinnamon infused -- >> look at you. >> then i had 108-year-old port at harry caray's. >> perspective for people at home, he's no hoda and kathie lee when it comes to drinking. >> no one is hoda and kathie lee when it comes to drinking.
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>> no. >> what got into you? >> you're in the spirit. when you're tired you think i'll do anything. wow, a port? great. rubbing alcohol? this is fantastic. >> what did you like? the port or fireball did. >> i think the port. it was very nice. very nice. >> did you . >> you did a great job. >> got the parade at 11:00 central, 10:00 a.m. eastern. we brought something for you. >> you brought us gifts? >> we brought you gifts. this is, thanks to our friends at world championship hats. >> that's sweet! >> oh, my goodness! >> al, was it one of those events like super bowls and all major sporting events, you think you're going to remember them forever. but that one really seems like -- >> because it was the game seven -- to me, listen. i'm 62. i don't ever remember any game seven like this.
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this history of not winning. you had extra innings, and you had a rain delay. it was just -- we said, as long as it doesn't go into extra innings, the game will be okay. of course, it went into extra innings. >> these are awesome gifts. thank you so much! i love this. you have a hat clause or something? you didn't put your on. >> i love hats. i want to keep it pristine. >> you're >> guys. >> put that hat in your tiny house. >> no, i'm going to put it on ebay. >> you got this great thing going on. you're on "today's take." it's "harry's take." >> so people -- i'm so flattered that people ask me to sing my songs. i thought it would be nice on my show to sing songs that i've never sung before. thousands of people have sent in requests of me to sing songs
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'60s, '70s, '80s, '90s but one request stuck out. it was sir mix a lot's "baby got back." i think we have a clip. i did it in a different way ? i like big butts and i cannot lie ? ? you other brothers can't deny that when a girl walks in with an itty-bitty waist and a round thing in your face ? you get sprung ? ? you want to pull up tough cause you notice that butt was stuffed ?
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hooked and i cannot stop staring ? ? i i like big butts ? >> classic. >> yes. yes. >> fantastic. >> that's a classic. >> i feel they should sing that at weddings. >> they don't write lyrics like that anymore. >> they say that is the great american song right there. >> they write lyrics like that, they just dosi >> what's going on with the empire state building? >> did you see my instagram? >> i did not. i missed it. i missed it. i'm sorry. >> yesterday. that's me at the empire state building. what's so awesome about it, no one -- no journalist has ever been allowed that far up. i was -- yeah. >> where are you? >> this is the dome where the antenna are. only construction workers are allowed to go up this far.
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>> were you terrified? >> no. when the -- >> when the ape came there. >> they let me in this area where only construction workers get to sign. i was essentially at 105 stories up tethered just by a string. >> would you do that, al? >> i would. i climbed up -- not the same height but i've climbed up the george washington bridge and helped change >> i think it was 30 stories. but you are walking along that cable. that's only like a foot wide. >> well, this was incredible. it was 105, 106 stories up. we'll show you what happened when we got up there. aside of my bear grylls, i went out in the wild with bear grylls -- >> you should climb to the top of my tiny house. just sit up there, have a hot
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? climb up to my tiny house ? ear worms. that's when you get a song stuck in your head. yesterday nick lachey was here from 98 degrees and that song ? give me just one night ? >> is that the choreography? >> i sang that all day including on top of the empire state building. a new study identifies three similarities in songs. upbeat, tempos, pitch patterns, similar to other popular songs, notes. these are the things that make them stick in your head. for example, this song. ? strangers waiting up and down the boulevard ? >> do you think it get stuck in your head maybe because it gets -- you hear it all the time? >> yeah. >> i think that's why it gets stuck in your head. because you hear that song -- it's just one of the best rock songs ever. >> one more. this one i love.
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? la la la la ? ? la la la la ? >> you don't know this one either? >> you know that tune. >> no. i know the next one. number one. gaga ooh-la-la. >> see that won't stick in my head. >> what sticks in your head, al? >> uh, "go cubs go." i've heard that now -- because its simple and >> what's your ear worm? is. >> i like "lean on me." repetitive. i do that on harry's take today. >> all right. one song we soon won't be able to get out of our head, "all i want for christmas is you" the one song that made mariah carey zillions of dollars. she made this on the casio keyboard all on her own.
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i just love "o holy night." >> "hark the herald angels sing." >> see, mine is mariah carey. >> that's such a famous song. that's been around for a while. >> i'm getting my tree this weekend. i did hot pick last year, purple the year before and lavender. so i got to get my tree. is it too early? >> our stage manager, zach, is going -- >> fine. coming up, harry and i have ladies and gentlemen, on this major point of etiquette. on the last few dies days we have not been seeing eye to eye. >> because he's taller. >> i've got more hair. >> that's true. al is going to chime in. if you are going through a revolving door, does the man go first or the woman? the answer after this. and it's freeb"freebie friday." wait until you see what we have for you this friday. including you at home. when i first started working with capital one,
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emily post etiquette rule that contradicts my thought, but here's the technique of it. you never walk into a building in front of a woman under any circumstances. so if there is a revolving door and i'm with jill, i start the movement of the door, i let jill go in first, and then i go after her. the only time i would ever go before her in a revolving door is if i'm going outside because it might be raining, you have to see what's going on. that is the only but if we're going into a building together, i'll get the motion started. it is an antiquated theory to assume that a woman doesn't have the strength to push the door open. >> so you're saying you push it, then i would slide in -- >> you don't have to slide. i make sure that you have enough room. i control the motion. >> as it were. >> as it were! >> what do you say? >> i say you both go in together. >> yeah! yes. >> okay. we did a story a couple years ago on the "today" show and the
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institute which you knew. they said men traditionally enter a revolving door first if it wasn't moving. but women went first if it was already in motion. this is old etiquette. based on the notion -- >> that's right. it's antiquated. that's antiquated. the man needs to get it going. then the woman goes through. unless you're going outside. you never want to have the woman be the first person -- >> when you are walking with your wife on the street. you're on the >> why are you on the street side? >> because in the old days there was stuff in the gutters and stuff. the splashing. >> in the bed, do you sleep at the side of the bed closest to the door or do you put your wife closest to the door? >> this is a case where my wife -- anything she wants. so she wants -- wherever she wants to sleep, she's cool. how about walking up the stairs? i'm always behind you. coming down the steps, i'm always in front of you. >> i think guys should be in front of you walking down but
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>> but if you slip and fall, i'll catch you. >> you're such a gentleman! >> as we go to our local stations for weather, don't forget, daylight savings time, fall back. set your clocks back. >> i don't get it. >> check your batteries and >> that's right, you're going to want to set your clocks back, but today, get to enjoy sunshine and sunset. and note sunday. so get up and enjoy the sunshine. 54 degrees in norwood and 53 in worcester. we're looking at breezy conditions, and wind gusts 25 miles-per-hour. looking at the 7-on-7 forecast, the temperatures stay cool as we head into the weekend, prominently dry and just a
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from mind b from mind blowing magic to impressive illusions, our next guest is the mastermind behind some of holiday's hottest tricks. the lead magic consultant for the bank heist film "now you see he's also the puzzle writer, for the last two seasons he's worked with the team behind all those puzzles, secret codes, and tattoos on nbc's hit show "blind spot." david is here today with challenging puzzles for us and a chance for you to win a trip to new york. nice to see you. >> thanks for having me. >> how do you come up with this
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mind blowing. people thought a lot of that stuff was done with cgi. and it wasn't. >> some was, some wasn't but it started with the director and writers. i worked with a great creative team. it was a wonderful collaborative effort to come up with all that stuff. if you want to learn how to rob a bank, we can talk after the show. >> what about -- okay. "blindspot." the puzzles, the tattoos. do you start with the answer and work your way backward? >> the writers and creator has come up with the long game. we did start at the beginning with those tattoos and the puzzles that are embedded there. week to week sometimes we figure out what the crime of the week is and we work backwards. it is a puzzle for us to figure it all out. >> you've got some puzzles. you've got a bunch. we'll answer them in the form of these cross words but these are all presidents. >> yes. i'm going to give you ten clues.
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is a former president of the united states. here's the first one. >> president james garfield. >> president garfield. >> i was so nervous. >> garfield goes here because it is the only one that's eight letters. the next one -- what movie is this? billy -- james madison. >> so hard to guess. >> we took it out. >> here's the next one. i >> who is this? >> mary tyler moore. president tyler. >> our tenth president, john tyler. >> next! >> oh. stewart, mr. smith -- >> goes to washington. >> yes. washington is going to be
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behind you? >> next. this one's so hard. tom hanks plays a congressman. he has a war. >> i forget the name of the movie. >> charlie -- >> charlie wilson. >> yes! very good! >> on it! on it! on it! >> you inspired me. >> that one was so hard. sorry. but i needed to put it in there. who is this friendly aardvark? >> arthur! >> yes! >> i get a point for the fact i knew it was "a." >> this next one is so hard so my apologies. >> oh. >> that's -- >> drill bit is the first part. president zachary -- >> taylor! >> drill bit taylor! yes. >> zachary taylor. >> i'm so glad i know how to play the piano. >> i needed that for a very special reason. >> president adams. >> this next one is my favorite one. it is late in the title. we have the assassination of lincoln.
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>> this is crazy. >> crazy. >> robert -- four letters -- >> taft! >> cover ford. that's so hard but we're going to end strong here with jim carrey. >> truman! >> yeah! >> back it up, back it up, back it up. it is about finishing. >> that is fantastic. >> gentlemen, there was a secret answer this whole time. i have to show you. i constructed this puzzle so that the intersection here, these nine letters have significance and i'm going to circle those and these nine letters spell t-o-d-a-y. s-h-o-w. that is the "today" show. >> that's not the only puzzle david's got for us. we are launching a "blindspot"
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good morning. >> we're making sort of a play on a squash bruschetta. celery root is one of those vegetables. >> there is our grid. bacon, butternut squash, cheese, peppers. >> i think that the celery is one of those you see at the grocery store like what do you do with that? what do i do with butternut squash that's unique and different. a little bit of butter and oil we would just season as we go. this is what ends up coming out of the oven 15 to 20 minutes later. it is all nice and just tender. but not mushy. then add in some raisins for a little bit of sweet. some pistachios for a little bit of crunch. some sugar for a little bit more sweet. capers for some saltiness and a little bit of vinegar. kind of playing off a nice sweet and sour.
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whipped feta. >> could you substitute something like a ricotta? >> sure. just a little ricotta schmeared on top. it is a nice way to have butternut squash as a snack when your guests come over. >> beautiful. >> looking good! >> a lovely butternut squash soup. >> yes. the biggest thing people have at the spices. star anise, clove, peppercorn. tie this in a knot. some people buy it cubed, a time saver. or we can just chop it up into quarter-inch slices. i have some shallots warming up. you want to seed that for me? we don't have time on the "today" show because i'm sharing
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series. sharing is caring. shallots, butternut squash. the chicken brought. this cooks down for about 25 minutes. most importantly, clove and star anise is very strong but you want to take it out right beforehand and get your imme immersion blender. >> what's great, this is dairy-free. >> don't worry, tamron. >> she knows ecanxactlyt >> harry, throw yourself in front of tamron. >> most importantly, garnish. >> i'm out. i'll be back. >> tamron hall's dress provided by butternut. >> honey! come back! >> you can put them in little cups for hors d'oeuvres. >> this is really good. it is so good. really delicious.
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>> donna tetella, stephanie, th you so much. get this -- mark your calendar. november 23rd over 30 chefs will be on our plaza for a pre-thanksgiving day celebration. it is going to be a thanksgiving chef-a-palooza. nobody has ever done anything like this. guess what? >> we're seeing plenty of sunshine for youri temperatures a little bit cooler, below. in the 50s in bedford and 48 in worcester. providence, 54?. that's what the high is going to be in boston, topping off at the mid 50s. get outside and enjoy the sunshine. cloud cover, sunday, a sprinkle or two across the cape, and don't forget to set your clocks back an hour at daylight saving ends. and back into the 60s by
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coming up, we're going to catch up with common. he's got a brand-new album and he's going to give us a listen right after these messages. ? ? well, if you want to sing out, sing out ? ? and if you want to be free, be free ? ? 'cause there's a million things to be ? ? you know that there are ? ? and if you want to be me, be me ? ? and if you want to be you, be you ? ? you know that there are ? ? now you can collect 4 trolls characters. one free, inside specially marked general mills cereals. dreamworks trolls. rated pg.
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series on "today" is proudly presented to you by citi. there are a lot of ways you can describe common. is he an academy award, golden globe and grammy award sinning singer, songwriter, producer and actor. >> common has 3 of the 4 legs of the coveted he got. maybe he will hit broadway soon. i'm going it look at whatever camera i want to. maybe he'll take home the he could do it. >> for now he's out with one of his most powerful albums yet titled "black america." his 11th. good morning. last time you were here you were in your acting role in "selma." >> i feel like this is a continuation of "selma" and glory because those are songs, music and art that speaks up for society and social issues and
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people and bringing what black culture is to the forefront. not just the protests, but the joy, the love, the spirituality, your god and us. just creating that equality. that's what the music is. >> it is great. common was on my show the other day. we had such a great time. what i learned most about you because i know you publicly -- but when i got a chance to hang with this guy, you are a terrific guy. >> thank you. >> just a good soul. it was nice spending time with you. take it away. >> yes. thank you. ? freedom freedom come ? ? hold on won't be long ? ? suddenly the southern trees we hung from baring souls forgive them father they know it is not
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? ? pride of the pilgrims affect lives of millions ? ? for now we know the new jim crow the stop, search and arrest the black souls. philosophies of control, a cruel hand taking hold we let go to free them so we can free us ? ? america's moment to come t ? freedom freedom come ? ? freedom come ? ? hold on hold on won't be long ? ? won't be long ? ? freedom freedom come ? ? freedom come ? ? hold on won't be long ? ? black bodies being lost in the american dream.
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still alive check amendment 13 ? ? not whips and chains are subliminal. instead of slave they use the word criminal ? ? sweet land of liberty shock me with your gun and now you want to trump me ? ? america we staring in the face of hate again ? ? the same hate they say will make america great again ? ? for america to rise it is a matter of black lives and we goingo ? america's moment to come to jesus come on ? ? freedom freedom come ? ? freedom come ? ? hold on won't be long ? ? it won't be long ? ? freedom freedom come ? ? freedom come ? ? hold on won't be long ?
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? ? ? freedom freedom come ? ? freedom freedom hold on ? ? hold on ? ? said it won't be long ? ? won't be long ? ? won't be long ? ? freedom ? ? freedom come ? ? ? hold on ? ? it won't be long ? ? freedom ? ? i tell you it's coming ? ? if you just look forward hold on won't be long ? ? said it won't be long ? ? freedom freedom come ? ? freedom hold on won't be
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? won't be long ? ? hold on hold on ? >> woo! that's so powerful. thank you so much, common. make sure you get his new album. we are back. this is "today" on nbc. bravo! gosh. amazing.
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