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hodi and i are here. we are roomies. >> this is a little kind of like what my college dorm looked back in the day. i was voted, by the way, messiest roommate. >> why does that not surprise me? you notice your side of the room? >> yeah. my side is more trashed than your side. >> my side is nice and i've got wonderful posters on the wall and you have justin bieber. >> you have your "scandalous" poster. that is shameless. >> i didn't do it. we are looking for the school with the most spirit and we are going to head to that campus, allegedly. ? yes, we are. p so so we want you to twee tthe hashtar the hasp . not that i'm at all biased from my university, but i want you to look at a video the folks from virginia tech sent.
>> hoda, we know you went to a lot of parties here at virginia tech. we've got a space reserved for you. >> oh! oh! it's getting worse. >> hoda, you do not look like the same person. >> what, the afro? >> thank god for kerotine. really. greatest invention. even better than the internet. >> >> i don't care about the formaldehyde or who writes in. sara boyce from the university of alabama sent in a picture, too. it's always fun to look at these pictures. they get to show off their -- look what they've done. you and i were superimposed in the photo. >> that's alabama, where is that? >> university of georgia. is that what it was? >> alabama. >> no. lee schroeder is up next from the university of georgia. >> starting to get a lot of school spirit from everybody, you guys. our crew is even in the spirit. everybody is wearing something in there. >> everyone in our studio is. >> a bunch of opouts.
also in the control room. yes! >> i want to see jim gaines. show me, show me. >> our director. >> that's what i am talking about. >> he's trying to get on your good side again after all the times he shows that picture. you know the one i mean. jim? >> not today, don't you think? not today. >> we are the most popular -- these schools have the highest number of current students who look us on our facebook page. >> number five, auburn university. this isn't who is in the lead when it comes to showing the most spirit. these are the people who like us the most on facebook. number four, indiana university. three is florida state. number two is penn state. and number one is ohio state university. >> so you guys make sure you keep tweeting us and keep sending us videos until tomorrow. >> tomorrow is the last day. >> all righty.
hoda and i love it when we argue in the hair and make-up room. it takes us four hours to get ready to do this show. we have a lot of time to argue about things. take a look at this. >> before we show it it's lee it up. 77-year-old grandmother was in her car. she got pulled over in texas for speeding. she was -- >> she is a criminal. >> she is going 66 in a 50. the officer asked her for her driver's license and insurance card. she told him she had a urinary tract infection. she had to go to the rest room. >> watch this dashcam video. he also had a little video camera on his shirt. so watch this. >> you're going 66 in through here. >> let's hurry up. i have to go to the bathroom. i have a bladder infection. >> let me see your driver's license and insurance. then i'll listen to you. >> i'll give it to you in a minute. >> you give it to me now or i'll take you to jail. >> go ahead. >> step out of the vehicle. get out of the vehicle. get out of the vehicle. come on. you want to play this way? come on. get out of the vehicle.
>> you are hurting me. i'm going to report you hurt me. you're hurting my arm. >> okay. step out of the vehicle. >> step out of the vehicle. >> i will not. >> get out of the vehicle, lady. >> oh! >> get out of the car, lady. you're under arrest. get out of the vehicle. put your hands behind your back, lady. >> i say tase her. i'm just kidding. . he dropped granny like a bag of dirt. please stop the tasing sound effects. okay. granny was grabbed from the car. >> granny could have gotten out nicely without being dragged. >> granny had a urinary tract infection. she had to go. please do not push granny around, okay? >> stop pushing granny around. >> here's the thing. that was one of those things you sort of watched escalate. you're like, this doesn't have to be like this. when it gets to the point where you're grabbing a 77-year-old woman out of her vehicle and
pulling her out on to the concrete, there is a mistake being made somewhere. >> couldn't there have been a mistake made on both sides? perhaps the patrolman's tone could have stayed a little calmer? perhaps the woman could have said, okay, but please know i have -- get out of the car and show her license. >> she was getting defensive because he yelled at her. >> he asked her nicely at the beginning. you need to show your driver's license and your registration. >> well, the police department is standing behind the officer because they have it all recorded. they say what he did was proper. the tone, i think it was the tone that was off. because you can escalate a situation or you can lower the temperature. that seemed to escalate it. >> maybe it did. but he was doing his job, ultimately. if it was my granny, i would be upset about it. >> we took a poll. >> my granny is long gone. >> we took a poll. did the officer ask appropriately. our viewers said, 14% said yes, he did. most people said no he didn't. 86%.
>> we agree to disagree. it's a beautiful country the usa. is that it for granny? >> i think we're pushing it. but you guys should tell us on our twicker what you think. that's the thing on the bottom of the screen. >> i want to know when he pulled her out of the car if she peed her pants. >> you are sick. >> if she really had to go to the bathroom, there's an easy way to just -- i don't know. >> this is one of those things i guess when you tweet it you realize it's a mistake afterwards. do you watch the show "the newsroom" on hbo? it's a really great show. >> aaron sorkin? >> right. there is one of the actresses. this girl here named allison till. she says she accidentally tweeted a topless photo of herself. >> i do that all the time. >> that's scary. she tweeted that she said accidentally. the good news is she got 2,000
more followers right after she did it. >> is that even possible to do? >> kathie lee wants more followers, too. >> you look good. >> first of all, because i don't do all that stuff. we're going to show you tomorrow a segment on me learning how to tweet. all that stuff. >> i'm scared. >> you should be very, very fright end. >> i am. >> but is that even possible? how in the world if she is laying like that? >> she took the question. the question is what are you doing with the picture? >> why are people taking pictures of themselves? >> i don't know. >> sara is over there taking one of herself. >> that's what people do. but if you want to take a clear and better picture, guess what? there's a new iphone that's out. it's an iphone 5, okay? it's supposed to be thinner. it's supposed to be lighter. it is supposed to be faster. it's supposed to take better pictures than a regular iphone does. >> and the battery lasts longer, right? the charger i mean?
>> here is the problem. when they have new iphones, they have to have all new adapters, all new plugs, all new cases. >> it's called getting you coming and going. >> that's exactly what it's called, getting you coming and going. anyway, if you want to get one, go get it. it's like the old one with a better camera. >> have you been tailgating already? >> i'm exhausted. can i tell you i'm so exhausted. last night i did what you did the night before. >> we are too old to go to dinner. >> we ned to go to dinner at 5:00 and go to night night. >> last night i went to the "self" magazine called women doing good. it was a terrific event. jessica alba was honored. this is a group with all the ladies. judith danziger really rock it that night. >> i also played music for them. who knows if they liked it or not? here's the thing. i like to play my music for people, audiences who are willing to hear it. i played that song, the lisa lisa cult jam one.
do you remember that one? >> yes, who could forget. >> do you like that leather dress? >> yes. >> megan picked it out for me. >> apparently you are on "u.s. weekly's" best dressed event. good for you, hoda. >> thank you, thank you. >> we went to that event last night. it was a party that was rocking. >> what time did you get to bed? >> i don't know. look what's happening here. that in the back was ryan lochte. he was with his mother. that's deejay kiss. i was in the deejay booth. that's all i cared about. >> hoda, nobody has more fun than you. >> guess what? you're going to love this ihoda by the way. you're going to love it. remember i told you about paul sykes. >> we had him on the show. >> this is a song you guys. listen to the words. it's about a tree. >> how could a song about a tree be anything meaningful? this is called "a seed" by paul sykes.
listen to the words. they'll blow your mind. ♪ don't tell me that you're too small to do amazing things ♪ ♪ i was just a seed >> listen to this part. you won't believe it. ready? >> i'm always ready. ♪ i sing a course to ring of fire when johnny strung my strings and babe ruth held me in his hands and took those mighty swings ♪ ♪ and how those wright brothers got me in the air ♪ ♪ that's anybody's guess >> isn't that beautiful? >> it's great. ♪ over wild unchartered seas >> it's intelligent. >> he is a beautiful songwriter. >> he is a lovely guy. >> it's called "a seed" and it's on itunes. it's beautiful.
>> all right. on thirsty we do okay or not okay. is it okay for tennis players to grunt? oh, thank you. >> our dorm room's a mess. kathie lee says world class athletes compete at a level very few of us can comprehend. if they have to grunt to get it done, grunt. >> hoda said it's okay to grunt. set it free. >> by the way, there are cookies from the insomnia cookie place. >> hey. keep going. i'm just getting back in bed. morning nap. >> tell us. >> okay. this came in from the university of missouri. leslie tweeted, klg was voted best dressed by "people." clearly, hoda, they didn't know about you. come to mizzou for the best-dressed dance team. from auburn university, look at hoda kotb like a true auburn fan. finally, from the university of tennessee, from m.c. who likes
her mug, she tweeted, i bring kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb to campus. time to come to rocky top for real. >> this is going to be a strange segue when dr. drew comes out, we're dressed like this and we're drinking. but he's got an amazing season on his show. i was watching this morning. it's absolutely riveting television. moved me to tears. really well done. >> then the big reveal. >> our ambush makeovers. two lucky ladies plucked from the crowd. right after this. >> is that a peanut butter cookie? >> it's sugar. >> okay. ♪ [ female announcer ] you can always measure the growth of your children by the way they clean themselves in the bathroom. try charmin ultra strong. with a new duraclean texture, charmin ultra strong helps you get clean. plus it's four times stronger than the leading value brand.
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using the #klgandhodau. >> dropping by today, dr. drew who has been helping celebrities get sober through his series celebrity rehab. >> now he is helping folks around the country. all battling addictions in his new show "rehab dr. drew" premiering this sunday on vh1. >> checking into the pasadena recovery center to fight for their lives. this time they're your brothers, sisters, your mother, your son. >> i don't want my son to die. >> wow. >> it's hard to watch sometimes. >> it is hard to watch. it is the problem of our time. we need to confront it head-long and look at it what it is. drug addicts do drugs and this is a disease that kills. >> we are used to seeing you do celebs. why did you decide to go with everyday people? >> these things aren't always decided by me. i always wanted to do regular people. to make the point on television
that celebs and regular people are all treated the same. really when you watch you lose any sense of any difference between celebrities and regular people. >> that would be a very strong point to make. >> i did notice you didn't bring your cups over here with me. >> right. we are trying to be mindful. >> i notice there is nothing on your breath this morning. you look a little shaky, maybe a little withdrawal symptoms. >> i was night night. >> i'm fine. go, amhurst college. >> i heard you say more people are dying from addictions than cancer. >> what i'm saying is when people die of addiction under my care, it's like being an oncologist treating cancer. if you have a bad enough addiction you need to see me, most cancers have a better prognosis than my patients. >> that shocked me. >> that is a fact.
that's just the way it is. addiction affects virtually every family in america. >> do they have a family history or something that stems from a bad incident in life or what is it? >> this is a withdrawal you're looking at. it's a combination. there is a genetic potential for this disease. i treated about 10,000 addicts in my career. i can only think of a handful where i didn't see a specific family history. to have addiction turned on, that gene activated to the point you need to see me. >> you get the worst of the worse? >> i do. there is virtually 100% probability of childhood trauma, sexual abuse, physical abuse, neglect if you need to see me. >> have you ever lost hope? just had a day where you said -- >> i don't lose hope myself, but i've lost hope for a patient many times. i'll be damned if three years later that person doesn't come up and say, thank you, i know you kicked me out of treatment. i wasn't ready to hear what you had to say. now they are in a graduate program to become a psychologist. that gives you hope to go do
more. keep you going. >> how many tries does it usually take? a lot of people can't do it on the first or second try. >> it typically takes -- it's typically not you're treated and you stay sober. it's not typical. it's typical people, once they have been comprehensively and properly treated they'll be in and out of treatment and finally stay with it. i can't give you a number. if somebody stays with us, we know they are going to stay and get well. if they drift away from us, they are going to die. >> every one of them said, i am going to die. >> this group. that is what's exciting about this group. we could really help them. i thought this group we can help. >> you have to be so far to the bottom all you can do is look up. >> not only does that help to the probability of embracing recovery, but we specialize in the very ill. psychiatrically, medically and physically. >> a lot of these guys and girls have to get rid of their friend and circles? . >> that is the piece people miss. they think of treatment as
getting off the drug, getting involved in the 12 step. reality is if you have bad addiction, you have to contemplate leaving everything in your life, including your sense of self and starting over. every aspect of your life has to be rebuilt from zero. these people are in that stage of treatment and doing beautifully. >> that is great. >> we wish you great. we will fall in love with every one of them. >> i promise you will. >> thanks for all you do. >> thank you for not bringing the cups over. >> oh, no, they are just ginger ale. two lucky ladies get a dream makeover. >> we'll show you their hot new looks right after these messages. hey, i got a leak ! yoo hoo ! wait a minute, come back ! um, miss ? up here! right. like 85% of us, you have hard water stains and that cleaner's not gonna cut it. truth is, you need something powerful. you need lime-a-way. it's 4 times more effective at removing limescale than the leading bathroom cleaner. because lime-a-way is specially formulated
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but kate -- still looks like...kate. nice'n easy with colorblend technology gives expert highlights and lowlights. for color that's true to you. i don't know how she does it. with nice'n easy, all they see is you. welcome back to "today" on this thirsty thursday. two deserving ladies get a head-to-toe new look. >> "today" contributor and stylist to the stars, louis licari. and "today" and "us weekly" contributor and author, hey, kiddo. >> how are you? >> it was great.
we found two makeovers. both families wanted their mothers, sisters to have the makeovers. >> it's a family affair, nice. >> let's start off with miss amy, 34 years old from lehigh, utah. when we asked about her daily beauty routine she laughed and said ponytail and mascara. she jumped at the opportunity to get a makeover. let's listen to her story. >> amy has four children, including baby jane we found on the plaza. obviously, your wife deserves this. >> she absolutely does. she's a great mom. she has four kids. barely time for herself. >> we are going to pamper you for three hours. i know you're excited. a little nervous? >> no. i'm so excited. >> i love that. >> cannot wait. >> jane is coming, too. >> look at the baby. look at jane and look at dad
jim. here is amy before. let's see the new you. >> oh, my gosh! wow! all right, dad, you ready? take off the blind fold. >> you ready to turn? >> i love this. >> that looks beautiful. you look right in camera 12 so we can see. oh, my gosh. >> look at that. >> i have to tell you. amy was a tough makeover because she was so pretty when she came in. >> she is just realizing that's her mommy. >> amy was so pretty before we started. first of all kathy gave her this great layered haircut to give it a little bit more modern.
still wash and wear. still tie it in a pony tail. to add a little bit of glamour. >> dad, what do you think? >> she looks beautiful. she always looked amazing but she looks amazing. >> first of all, she has this great layered hair cut. she can still wash and wear, tie it in a ponytail. and to give a little bit of glamour. >> dad, what do you think? >> she looks amazing. she was always beautiful, but now she's a knockout. >> i love the leather. >> thank you. >> we wanted to ditch the hot mommy look. this is a great transitional piece and a great black skirt available at macy's. >> you look awesome. >> 55 from ft. meyers, florida. she's had the same look as long as she can remember. she was thrilled to get a brand-new style. listen to her. >> it's only 7:10 and we've been crying all morning. because i know you want this for your sister. why are you so emotional? >> because i love her so much and she does so much for everyone. >> it seems like you deserve three hours of pampering. what does this mean to you? >> a lot. it's going to be exciting.
it will be fun. >> it will be. >> you're in good hands. i promise. stop crying for three hours and we'll come back and cry again. how does that sound? >> great, great. >> she is still here with her sister and still crying. hold it together, deb. come on, baby. all right. let's take one last look at pat before. and the new pat. >> all right. deb, take it off and look at your sister. >> you look hot. >> turn around and take a look at yourself. >> oh, my god. who is this? >> i love that. >> the whole point is to make people feel happy and feel great about looking pretty. debby dave her great bangs, a little shape around the face.
she lives in ft. meyers where her hair became progressively blonder and blonder. until it did nothing to her. i added color to her face, to her complexion. >> deb, what do you think? >> jill, tell us about her dress. >> jane likes it. it's a fun, flirty dress from maggie london. you'll see a lot of cutouts this fall. this is a conservative way to do it. you can throw on a cardigan and blazer. >> nice. let's bring amy back out. a big round of applause for both our ladies. >> thank you. >> we are going to have makeovers in the bedroom. >> we'll get organized. someone is. >> we're going to attempt to organize hoda when we come back. >> good luck. with more pain. mo. triple checking hydraulics. the evening brings more pain. so, back to more pills. almost done, when... hang on. stan's doctor recommended aleve. it can keep pain away all day with fewer pills than tylenol.
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>> now our getting organized series takes us into the bedroom hoda's favorite place perhaps with some tips for tidying up. i think that's what it says. >> amy goodman is "coastal living's" editor at large. >> you are going to help us clear out the clutter. in the bedroom. >> we are. it's like a day at the beach, we like to say. relaxing, warm and inviting minus all the clutter. starting off -- >> look at this night stand. >> look what's happening in there. >> it is amazing. it is from den house. this doubles as a dog bed. we love furniture that does double duty. a lot of us sleep with our pets in our room. this could outfit for a cat. for anybody at home who doesn't like the door, you can always remove this door. >> can you believe poppy is just sitting in there? >> i want him.
>> let's talk about the bed. >> most of us do have a frame with space underneath. this beautiful bed from crate and barrel. i suggest doing beautiful woven baskets. these are from crate and barrel and they are wide and long, but low to the ground. i suggest doing sheets. it's very handy to change the bed. even something as unusual as towels you could store under your bed. maximize the use of your space under your bed. >> extra blankets. the one thing you use the most. in my house i'm an icicle and my husband is a fire in bed. take the seasonal throw and place it in a basket. >> okay. >> take us to the night stand. that is so usually cluttered up with books. >> exactly. this can attract a lot of clutter. i say one, two, three philosophy. something to read, something to drink and something to tell you what time it is. i like to use a mirrored tray on
your night stand. reason being mirrors reflect. if you add a lot of clutter, it's going to reflect that clutter. that is to inspire you to declutter. also the fabulous night table. >> instead of magazines as stacks, think of vertically. i love this vertical extension from tv too. if you collect beautiful scarves, you can drape them and have a display. from ikea, we have a cabinet and drawer. that is great for getting rid of the stacks of books you have, a very limited surface in the bedroom but still handy for reeding in bed. >> the dresser. >> the dresser. as my husband's dresser drawers go as one big mess. >> who does this? >> bobbie thomas. >> and jill. >> i would suggest you get bamboo organizers from bed, bath and beyond.
rolling them saves space for all the small socks and small items, but as long as you have these you can throw them in there by type, it will save you so much time in the morning. these start at 4.99. this is great because bamboo is sustainable. for those of you who throw change all over the bedroom, these beautiful jars, you can throw your change into these beautiful vases and nobody knows. nobody knows you're hiding your change. with all this cleared-up space from the money you're saving. then you have can have illumination from jc penney. >> this is called simply stash. it's meant to be so beautiful you display it. throw it over a door, put it on a wall. this is their multiple organizer. this is great for adults, but i love it in a children's room for
all the knickknacks you have. to complete our setting today, the bedding for our gorgeous, "coastal living" bed. >> thank you so much. >> dress is short for the morning, don't you think? >> that is rude. don't listen to her. >> who rules the world? >> she does. >> girls do. >> the author of a controversial new book tells us why working women could mean the end of men. >> battle of the sexes. coming up right after this. >> i'm meteorologist crystal egg gather with the weather channel. we have cool air to talk about especially from the upper midwest. in the wake of this cold front, the cold front is right here where you see the green on the map. pressing showers into the ohio valley. behind it temperatures drop into the 70s for daytime highs. we'll have beneficial rain across the southern plains in texas and oklahoma. only in the 70s. it wasn't too long ago we had triple digit heat. we'll be at 76 in dallas, 90 in billings and a big heat wave coming into southern california.
90 today, getting even hotter for the weekend. especially in those inland valleys. now by the time we get to saturday we'll lose a lot of that moisture from the front. so we're not going to see a terribly wet pattern here across the east. but a few showers still in oklahoma, texas, back into arkansas and missouri as well. dry across the west. this is where temperatures will be on the rise on saturday. we're looking at some heat building into sacramento. san francisco only at 74. but getting into some of the deserts, palm springs and arizona it's going to be a hot one. 79 in chicago on saturday, 74 in new york city. it's a beautiful fall weather continuing in the northeast. 85 in atlanta, getting a little bit hotter for the southeast states. monday more showers expected. this is going to eventually move into new york city. places like d.c. as we track the next system. 78 in louisville on monday, 68 in denver. what a change. we even had a little snow on the peaks this last week. 75 in kansas city by tuesday.
here comes that soggy weather. so tuesday's the day you're going to need the umbrellas. plan for rain. across much of the east coast. and on wednesday we'll get rid of a lot of that moisture. 102 in phoenix and we'll start to see a breakdown of that heat in southern california. anytime you want your weather you can go to weather channel and wake up with al week day p mornings at 6:00 a.m. [ male announcer ] most people tend to think more about how they brush than what they brush with. they think all brushes are the same. they're not. that's why her dentist recommends oral-b. like the new oral-b pro-health clinical brush. unlike an ordinary toothbrush, it has pro-flex sides that individually adjust to teeth and gums. it truly provides a better clean. trust the brand more dentists and hygienists use. oral-b. the new pro-health clinical brush from oral-b. two flexing sides, one superior clean. with oral-b, life opens up when you do. with grease and lime scale.
more tri delta. university of north carolina showing off their school spirit. you can show off yours and tweet your school name at # -- is that what it's called? >> #klgandhodau. >> we may pay your school a visit. notice that may. >> may, probably not. you know the saying, it is a man's world. with so many women working full-time at the office and at home, is that still the case? >> hanna rosin is the author of
the controversial book "the end of men and the rise of women." she is here along with her long-suffering husband, editor and chief david plotz. >> who happens to be her boss. >> how's that working? >> it's really good. i really make the decisions, he just has the title. >> basically, you believe women outpaced men in the work place and at home. we did a poll at today.com and found out 57% of our viewers agree. they think women are surpassing men. what's going on here? >> women are just having an easier time adapting to this economy and getting the education they need to take advantage of job opportunities. what the book explains is how that's changed all sorts of decisions we make about marriage, about love, about intimacy, how we raise our children, about the work place. the book explains how to navigate this new world, basically. >> why are we still paid 75%? >> the wage cap always comes up. >> women realize that is the
truth. >> the wage gap is not what it seems, but part of the problem is women have to start at the bottom and work their way up. so those things are still true. >> is it emasculating to men? when women outearn their husbands and seem to be ruling the roost? >> i think it's great. in our household it's great. i'm glad to have a wife who is successful and out there doing. i'm going to go home after the show and back to the kids in washington and take care of them while hanna talks about it. i think there are wonderful things about it. i think the point hanna makes well, men have to be more flexible and change to adapt to this new economy in a way some of us haven't. >> there used to expectation. if you got an education there would be, you would have your choice of jobs out there. are women doing jobs men are not willing to do? >> some is women are doing jobs men are not willing to do and they work their way up. and there is just expanding opportunity. if you look at the ceo of yahoo while she is pregnant, there are
things women could do now they couldn't do before. by the way, i trained him to say that. >> when you look at hillary clinton, do we think the glass ceiling is gone? >> not completely shattered. i think we are still uncomfortable with women in power. in the book i talk about how women should navigate that. because we're still not totally there yet. you see a woman who is dominant and aggressive -- >> careful. >> what is your point, hanna? >> i'm just making hand gestures. >> we are just party girls at heart. but real power comes from knowing who you are and being comfortable with that and not listening to all the different voices around you that will tear you down. you've got to know who you are and go out and get what you want. >> that's what i say in the book. women have to realize these stereotypes are out there they should be who they are. >> what is it like to be your wife's boss? how does that work and how does it work at home?
>> i'm in no sense my wife's boss either in the office or at home. i think we have a really, you can correct me if i'm wrong, sweetie -- >> i will. >> we have a cooperative relationship. there is a see-saw. there are things if there is a physical thing that needs to be done, i take care of it. there are times when hanna is telling me -- she was just texting our babysitter what i have to do when i get home. >> so glad it works out for you. the rest of us have problems. >> good luck with your book. thank you for being with us. sara will show us what makes you beautiful in one of her best webtastic videos. >> this is "today" on nbc.
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