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just the way you like it. if not, we'll make it again on the spot. see you tomorrow. that's the dd commitment. america runs on dunkin'. greg: hi, everybody. we are looking at some taxi cabs from long ago. we have the down-vic. teresa: nice wide seats. greg: teresa, the taxi of tomorrow arrived. teresa: are you hailing one? greg: i got one. what's up? this is no kidding the new mandatory taxi cab in new york city.
it is a nissan. as of today when they are replaced they have to replace it with this one. come out, sir. how are you? you are good right here. by the way, check out the leg room. teresa: absolutely. greg: that is huge. hop in, teresa. seriously, that is serious leg room. teresa: this is great. greg: welcome, sir. what do you think about the new wheels? >> it is nice, i like the car. greg: you like it. what is the advantage? >> a lot of space. teresa: yes. back here.
so the leg room is one of the big things. what is new about it? >> the door is bigger. greg: it is big. >> every year -- greg: go ahead. have a seat. teresa, we'll go inside. come in here, i want to take a look. the ac is, man, vents all over the place. how do you turn off the tv, sometimes it won't turn off. >> it is not on. greg: no way, no hole here. no way to -- how do you talk to the customer? >> intercom here.
greg: oh, that is cool. >> i put it on and talk to the people. greg: it is impersonal though. >> people like the glass. they can see what is going on the road. greg: let's have the rest of the conversation through the intercom. teresa, come on in. greg: all right, sir. teresa: should we close the door? greg: all right, sir, talk to me. >> it is on. greg: are you there? >> yeah, yeah. greg: i can't hear you. the glass is too thick. >> greg: congratulations on the new car.
it seems real tifly cool. safe travels. how long you been driving a cab? >> 15 years. >> where are you from? >> india. >> who is the most famous person in a cab? >> ialian soccer player, andre. greg: the biggest tip? >> the biggest tip so many times, 20, $25. this up? >> no, it doesn't open. teresa: it is a nice view to look up and see all of the buildings. greg just go like that. >> in times square people like this. teresa: absolutely. >> i find it funny, this is safe for you? >> yes.
greg: you never know who will be in back. thank you, sir. teresa: good luck. >> thank you. greg: bye bye. a lot of room. remember what they say, buckle up in the backseat. you know what i mean. seriously. the er workers call it placard face. when they put a seat belt on in the back, partition face. it is tough stuff. teresa: i like the fact of the vacant on the back. you know when it is open. greg: teresa, excellent point. where is it saying that? teresa: on the back. and 911. greg: oh. teresa: we'll see if he can turn it on.
can you turn on the 911 or the vacant? >> sure. greg: we know you are in trouble, right? teresa: is that what you do if you are in trouble? >> yep. teresa: same thing with vacant? >> vacant is on now? greg: he's fine. teresa: another one is coming too. thank you so much. greg: taxi of tomorrow. taxi of tomorrow. teresa: there is one there. tomorrow is today and every day there after. greg: thank you, sir. mike? mike: good morning, yeah, it looks like, well a hot day. we are in the dead of summer. it could be hot into next week. here is what we have right now.
air quality alert for parts of new jersey, most of new jersey. you have the air quality alert from 11:00 this morning until this evening, high levels of o sewn and if you have breathing issues be careful with activities out out doors today. anyone not the best conditions overall in terms of air quality here today. the temperature, well, warm again. 79 central park. sunny skies. 78 bridgeport and islip. 75 montauk. 66 degrees in monticello. even there it is starting to warm up. the dew points are on the higher side. still, it is going to be on the very warm and sticky side. 65 degree dew point. it is rather uncomfortable in the tristate region.
we are stuck with this through thursday and better going into the weekend. this is actually the loop going on for the last six hours or so. we have a mainly clear sky in the tristate. the high pressure, right there. yesterday we had some of the tropical moisture working up to the tristate from erika, what issest will -- is left of it. the storm chances, not really going to be pumped up for us. there. hot and sticky. quiet out there today and tomorrow. from tomorrow into thursday, more or less the same. more sun and sticky conditions too. today lots of sunshine. the high 89 in the city. humid too. clear, mild, mull gi tonight and lows 63-73. high of 89 today.
90 tomorrow. 92 on thursday. if we hit 90 today it is official heat wave. it looks cooler and dryer for the upcoming weekend and labor day sunny and high up to 80. picture perfect holiday weekend. teresa, greg, over to you. greg: okay, mike, thank you. one of the most entertaining things that i have seen, the walking dead. it is so intense and watch them back to back to back, i love it. as i watched the walking dead, what happened before? what is it like before the outbreak, before the disease that made these people. well, my questions are being answered in a new series called fear of the walking dead. this is a prequell. it is brilliant.
teresa: two episodes into the fear of the walking dead, the first season of this. i'm new to whole walking dead thing. i am starting to get into it. it is kwoery and gruesome. >> yes, what is great about the show, it takes a step back from a lot of that and starting at ground sere row. it is more family friendly that way and easer for the faint of heart. me. greg: two episodes in. not everybody is caught up with the original walking dead, and this is based where, not in atlanta? >> no, it is in los angeles. >> why there? >> they wanted something that
was urban and gritty and contrast to the original. anything with more people and different landscape attracted them. teresa: talk about your character. >> my character is called alicia. she is a high achieving student, going to berkeley and a lot of ambition and part of a pretty difficult family situation. a drug addicted fat -- brother and father is not around. greg: that is her name in real life and in the show. >> yeah. >> we'll see a clip and then talk more.
>> i started young, when i was 18 i moved to l.a. and started there. yeah. greg: do you know hugh jackman? he's my favorite australian. >> no yes. it is a great community to be a part of because we stick together. my house is influx of australia actors that need a place to stay. >> at some point in the series, are you going to kill asome by? >> i hope so. >> it was horrifying at first, now it is routine.
>> this is part, they wanted to actually show how hard it is for situations. the original, he's a sheriff. he's used to the situations. people are quickly adapting to use the weapons. in ours it is different. teresa: i look at them and think, oh. >> we don't want them becoming super heroes right away. teresa: you hit gold with the series. this is a big one. >> yes, very lucky. greg: how do you feel about the comic book conventions? >> i did comiccom. it is intense. the energy is intense. greg: i show up to the things for a long time. how do you feel about the geeks? >> i love it. it is awesome. how long have you been going to those? >> since being in 9th grade.
>> do you dress up? >> well, i get into it. >> i didn't want to get into this. we look forward to seeing it. >> we are birthday twins. >> july 20th. >> all right. guys. what happened on your birthday, big event? >> moon landing. we were born. >> neil and buzz. thank you so much. >> such a pleasure to meet you.
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greg: what's new on your phone? teresa: what's new? greg: people look at their phones all day long. teresa: yes, it is addicting. greg: i have tried to break it. going to church, looking at my phone. just kidding about that part. duke: that is one place i don't look at it. teresa: i find myself checking the same apps over and over again.
greg: we have trillions of things to choose from, but we look at four websites. any way. teresa: it interrupts your sleep especially checking before going to bed. greg: you, you, you have google alerts going off in the night. teresa: it is under the pillow. greg: no. no. do you have a land line phone. duke: i'm guilty too. greg: duke, what is going on? duke: i met with the chef. my wife is a huge robert irvine fan. she started watching on the food network and i sort of watched him too, she's always got the food network on and robert is on. seemed like a great guy. into the fitness. i caught up with him and talked
about the workouts and diet and the new book, fit fuel. i meant up with him at the crunch gym and the chef gave us advice. >> i'm 50 years old in the prime of life. better now than in the military at 18 years old. i understand more about eating, which is a big part, sleeping, even a bigger part and workout. >> robert is one of the most popular chefs on the food network, passion for cooking and helping people. he's a workout fanatic. in the book, fit fuel, marries the loves, cooking, fitness and helping people. >> fit fuel is all about a road map for you.
now, you being mom, dad, uncle, brother, sister or a meat head. i'm one of those guys. it is a book for all ages. all sexes. toette g you into a healthy life style. i'm going with 15s. how to buy the food and cook the facebook and work out and the goals for yourself. duke: between the shows and working with the military, robert is on the road 300 days a year and he definitely doesn't want to hear the excuse, i don't have time. people say i don't have time? >> i laugh. that is a lame excuse. we have time to eat. we have time to drink. we have time to do what we want to do. it is making it a priority. life style is a choice. people say all the time, no good food in airports or restaurants, yes, just ask for it.
i want a chicken breast and egg whites. people will do it. you have to ask. it is a lot of laziness. duke: the deputy editor of muscle and fisness and matt joined us as well. >> the best thing about the book, he's not saying get the arms like me, it is live like me. the workouts changed from heavy stupid, to lighter weights, more reps and more control. >> take the ego out of it? >> yes, everything is moderation. you don't have to eat salad all day. you can drink, be careful. you can eat the fats. eat sensibly for your life style. duke: the most important he stresses and emphasized to us, no short cuts.
>> if you think there is a pill or something you can take to make you look better, there is not. it is hard work. it is eating and sleeping well and going to the gym. duke: the two take aways are it is hard work, there are no secret diets or magic diets. it is a life style. it is a formula. the most important thing, we are all trying to watch our weight or going to a restaurant, i can't eat healthy going out and being social. greg: you can eat healthy at mcdonald's. duke: you can. make that chicken baked. >> what is the guy's website? >> well the book fit fuel. we'll put the information on our website. great guy. great personalty.
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greg: you are listening to ben rector and watching him too. a very talented young man. originally from oklahoma. the new album called brand new. me too, i'm getting into his music as well. he's got a great voice and a welcome. >> i hearted you about first because of googling your covers. you write them yourself and doing this yourself and play the instruments too? >> i do, yeah. >> tell us about the new album? >> it is called brand new, it came out on friday. buy it if you are out there. greg: what do you like to sing about there, ben? >> anything that inspires me. a conversation, a relationship, just anything that tugs at my heart.
young love feels like finding buried gold >> how about that, ben rector, brand new. that is very nice. >> thank you. >> paul simon, you sound a little bit like him. >> a little bit. it is a compliment. play? >> oh, gosh, that is so hard. maybe. i don't know. greg: we suggest you download it and buy the album brand new. >> how to strap your kid into a car seat. there are new rules in new jersey. wards. it is the law of the land in the garden city. layover. 24 hours.
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greg: we have this baby, because there are new rules in new jersey how to strap in a baby. >> kathleen, welcome. >> what is the new law? >> best practice, rear facing until two years old and 30 pounds and then they have to be a five point harness until four years and 40 pounds. >> everyone was doing that any way? >> some were. it used to be a year. this is a change for the parents. we need them to understand why it is important. >> here is the baby. >> oh, greg, not the way to put the baby in. oh, man. >> there we go. >> we use the straps. >> let's do it the right way. >> belt them in.
>> belt them in. all right. >> there you go. >> greg, are you watching here? greg: i'm getting it. there we go. boy, that is strapping them in. >> here is what you have to do, move up the chest clip. >> don't crush the baby. >> it needs to be tight. >> don't break the baby's collarbone. >> it is not going to do that. >> oh, boy. i will give it to you. >> all right. so, for parents, usually you are not going to use the seat belt. you use there is a little clip behind there, it is right in the bottom of the seat, and that's called the latch, that is usually what you are going to put the seat on. >> okay.
follow the instruction manual. >> this is the latch to clip. i put it right there. that keeps you in. do it on the other side too. >> watch the baby. >> careful. >> this is a lovely shot for the viewers, i'm sure. you want to tighten it. i hop into the seat and pull it nice and tight. >> everyone i talk to with kids, they are told what to do, but it seems like the dads are in the that out. >> most of the parents have the carry seat you carry bringing home the babies. that is before this. you graduate to this. the infant buckets are good from about nine to 18 months.
then you get a convertible seat. this seat can go rear facing and then turn it around and go forward facing. greg: that is great. trip. we are out of here. thank you so much. >> thank you. >> by baby. >> fine, close the door. >> oh, no. i don't know about this. i can't vouch for his driving record. oh boy. there goes the baby. >> there we go. >> okay. there goes our anchor and there goes our baby. way. >> yes, rear facing until at least two and 30 pounds.
check out the instructions on the car seat. years? >> until four years and 40 pounds or until they age out of the seat. some of the seats, you can stay it until 65 pounds. there are a lot of variations. >> if you have kid, it is your responsibility to figure it out. >> follow along. remember two and 30. four and 40. 8 and 57 inches tall. >> all right, thank you so much. your car, baby, car seat. >> i'm sure he's responsible. [laughter]. we'll be right back.
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the candy man. the candy man can. candy man can, because he mixes it with love and makes the world taste good. greg: that was one of the benign scenes. that movie freaked me out, the girl exploded. remember that. >> i do. greg: didn't turn me off of candy. one of my favorite spots 68th and third. plenty plenty of candy. take a look at this. who is is buying this stuff other than me? >> what do you buy? greg: candy. when i really want to treat
myself, i go to dillons candy bar. oz on third avenue. one of the low cations locations. dillon lauren started this. it is such a kind of new york institution. but not only new york, she's all over the place and going global. another location is added to the empire. dillon, welcome back to "good day." >> thank you. glad you love the candy. we are at union square, i'm excited about it. it is very different from the one on 60th and third. it is black and silver. candy fixtures. teresa: what i love, i instantly feel like a kid. i remember all of the candies. oh, that was a favorite as a child.
it is very nostalgic. >> yes, we are awakening the child in everyone. it is really for the adults that have a sweet tooth and experiencing their childhood sweets. greg: i like it. waves. you can turn down the music a little bit. it is like, you know, just like a nine year's rave birthday party. >> the one downtown have more of a dj club environment. it opens today. so the pictures are rare. we are working on it overnight. it is really cool though. we are opening with a marching band at 11:00. rosanna: and they are on a sugar high today. teresa: it is a cool building
too. >> yes. we love pop art and so the giant loply pop trees, the fudge dripping, the unicorn pops are all oversized like warhol did. greg: check out the candy here. this is what i mean. you have the dillon lauren custom candy. all kinds of stuff in boxes. >> here are the different levels of chocolates. you can get everything. 3,000 different candies from around the world. there are gift stuff. we are personalizing things. this is back to school backpacks. we have life style products.
>> lauren is your last name? >> yes. ralph is your dad? >> yes. >> he likes candy too. >> what does he like? >> chocolate twizellers. my mom loves chocolate. they love the backpack, it is a life style, robe, slippers, ear muffs. they like every day fun. >> what's your fun? >> i love everything. i'm into the mean girls collection. >> what do you mean? >> so we do a lot of collaborations with the films and pop culture and we are into the mean girls. they are the fish. everyone in africa reads swedish. >> and of course, they are pink.
>> this is no calories. this is our butter beans. >> no calories? >> she had a cal bar. >> lauren, good luck with the new store. >> 33 union square west. o what do you do as an owner? >> designing the products and the packaging. sampling, eating, and really travelling to open the stores in different areas. i love it. >> i want to talk off your bracette let and eat it. >> i remember that stuff. >> is that edible? >> well, you can try it. >> what were they called? >> candy buttons. these are gum balls. this is a candy bracelet. it is candy everything. we love color and design.
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it' s the gear that gets it done. >> thank you so much for being our facebook fan of the hour and tuning in this morning. greg: so rosanna and i went to the waldorf hotel and saw the honey making and ut put on the beekeepers suits and we hang out with the bees and watched how they operate. it is fascinating. we have footage of the hives with our hats on. you make it really hot for the bees. when the bees sense it is hot,
honey. they think they are about to burn up in a forest fire. that is crazy. >> it is. >> jen at work. >> bee keeping. it is legal in new york city since 2010, believe it at nor, a lot of roof top hives in the city. we headed to bushwick to meet up with the king bee andrew. so clearly you are seeing the bees here. there is a bakery and what are the bees doing? >> gathering nectar and pollen and making the honey and taking care of the young.
>> 50,000 bees per hive. >> per hive? >> yes, so 150,000. walk me through what exactly i need to do. >> we have a lot of fun, but we are on a roof top and there are tens of thousands of stinging insects in each of the boxes, so i do think safety carefully. >> as a beekeeper i'm inspecting the hives for disease free and the queen bee is healthy and laying eggs. >> you will be fully suited up, smoker, gloves on and going through carefully and calmly. >> when i open up the hive, there is not a thousand bees flies in my face? that. >> game time. i'm not ready for this. >> you have a clip behind it.
>> this is not looking like honey. >> it is hard to inspect from back here. here we go. >> i'm fully protected. >> you are fully licensed and bonded. yes. >> oh my god. okay. >> nice and calm. nice and calm. an degree helped me lift the frame to get a better look. okay okay. so many of them. >> these are almost all workers, meaning females. the women do all of the work in a hive. the male is larger. >> hey, where's the queen. the queen is larger than the worker bees and upon a much closer inspection than i am
comfortable with, she's looking healthy and fertile. how do you get the honey out? >> you have to take the honey frame and put it in a centrifuge and spin it. these hardworking bees produce hundred pounds of honey per hive per year and sold around the city, including union square. this is less branding experience than i thought it would be. i'm impressed how calm the bees are when working. they really just don't care that we are around. i'm not at all offended. what would you grade me? >> i think considering all aspects of today i would give you a b. >> you know what, that is pretty sweet. get it? >> i got it. thank you, nice to meet you.
>> putting b in brooklyn. >> very cute, jen. >> i give jen an a plus plus plus. jen, she's got a big following. check her out on the news. >> that was one the cab of the tomorrow today. >> absolutely. a lot of leg room too. >> there is teresa getting in. have fun rosanna. (gong) marinate your steak with kikkoman natural essence. (taiko drum beat) (taiko drum beat)
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