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it is monday, september 24, 2012. welcome to cbs "this morning." mitt romney starts a new push in battle ground states and tells cbs news that his 14% tax rate is fair. >> have researchers found a road map to cure breast cancer. we'll ask a leading surgeon. >> arnold schwarzenegger opens up to "60 minutes" about family and politics. we'll talk with lesley stahl about that. "homeland" and "modern family" win big at the emmys. >> we begin this morning with today's eye opener, your world in 90 seconds. úú economic freedom that built this economy in the first place. >> can you win this thing?
>> i'm is going to win this thing. >> mitt romney tries to get back on message. >> responding to his critics romney promises to spend more time with voters and less time raising money. >> this is a campaign running out of time. we have 45 face left. giving anybody 45 face they can change everything. >> three dozen major wildfires are burning in nine states. two fires broke you want in southern california sending residents running. >> just grabbed what we could. >> the emmy goes to "homeland." >> hold. >> i don't believe in judging art but i thought i would show up just in case. turned out all right. >> a giant panda cub born a week ago at the national >> in washington have died. >> this is devastating for all of us here. >> collision threw the dver through the windshield and out
on to the road. seems fine. >> green day lead singer is seeking treatment after armstrong suffered a meltdown. >> all that -- >> now we have a streaker on the field. >> popped the helmet off. >> oh, boy. that's a few bucks. the official threw his hat. >> all that matters. >> what does mariah think about you writing a memoir and bringing this up. >> do you think she will run for president next time out? >> have no earthly idea what she will decide to do. >> on cbs "this morning." >> brad pitt said he would be inned in playing in a bollywood musical and then looked around at his kids and thought maybe he already was. welcome to c "this morning." governor mitt romney is on his
busiest campaign trip. he's focusing on the important swing states that's likely to decide this presidential election. >> the polls show romney is trailing in most of those states. president obama's campaign is launching a new ad. we go to denver with jan crawford. >> reporter: romney is trying to get back on his economic message after what even his own advisors concede was a terrible week. he put his focus on the economy and jobs and came out swinging at the president. >> this could be the state that takes it over the edge. >> reporter: campaigning in the swing state of colorado romney is keeping his focus on the economy and his message was forceful and specific. >> they don't understand small business. i do. not because i studied, built because i lived it.
you have to be in business to under how to create jobs. >> reporter: he's looking to put last week behind him. on the campaign plane sunday night to denver romney told reporter he was buckling down, rejecting suggestions the race may be slipping away. >> we just keep on battling forward with our message. i don't pay a lot of attention to the day-to-day polls. they change a great deal. >> reporter: those polls now show president obama on the rise in the battleground states. here in colorado the latest cbs news poll shows the president has overtaken romney and now leads by one point. romney is launching a bus tour in another battleground state in ohio where he'll be met with a new ad hitting him hard for saying at a may fundraiser that 47% of americans who don't pay taxes are victims. democrats also seized on romney's tax rate which he addressed in an interview with "60 minutes." >> now, you made on your
investments personally about $20 million last year and you paid 14% in federal taxes. that's the capital gains rate. is that fair to the guy who makes $50,000 and paid a higher rate than you did? >> it is a low rate. one reason why the capital gains right is lower it's been taxed once at 35%. >> you think it's fair. >> it's one way to encourage economic growth to get people to invest, to start businesses to put people to work. >> reporter: now there's a reason romney pays that low tax rate it's called the federal tax code. that of course hasn't stopped democrats from trying to make an issue out of it. romney said on the campaign plane yesterday he thinks obama's attacks have been attacks. even last night, charlie and norah the president on that "60 minutes" interview acknowledged some of his attacks, some of his
ads have gone overboard and said there's no dispute someone could have an issue the way the campaign has been presenting some things. >> also on "60 minutes" last night, steve croft pressed the president to justify his budget deficit and scott pelley asked governor romney for specifics on his tax cut plan. >> i can tell them specifically what my policy looks like. i will not raise taxes on middle income tax. i will not lower the share of taxes paid by high income individuals. oil make is that that we bring one rates, we lower exemptions and deductions to encourage growth in jobs. >> the devil is in the details. what are we talking about >> the devil is in the details. the angel is in the policy which is creating more jobs. >> most americans think we're spending too much money. the national debt has gone up 60% in the four years that you've been in office. >> first of all, steve, i think
it's important to understand the context here. when i came into office i inherited the biggest deficit in our history. and over the last four years the deficit has gone up, but 90% of that is as a consequence of two wars that weren't paid for. as a consequence of tax cuts that weren't paid for. a prescription drug plan that was not paid for. then the worst economic crisis of the great depression. >> cbs news political director john dickerson is in washington. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. >> what's the dynamic of the moment we're in now? we see this exchange on "60 minutes" and we see the campaign with not that much time left. >> no, there's not that much time left. we're in the pre-debate period. we got the debate next week and what's basically happening right now for governor romney he's got the wheels a little bit back on the bus. he wants to basically try to get back to the strategy that they had tried to put in place more than a week ago which is to be
more specific about his policies, try to mekt those policies to people where they live in their daily lives, try to get off this bad streak and get ready for the debates and use that as his platform moment. >>. john, we know this is the busiest week of campaigning for mitt romney since the republican convention. why is it taking the campaign that long to sort of schedule out these rallies in these battleground states like ohio? >> well, part of it is debate prep, part is they got raise a lot of money. this is different than previous races where you had federal funds meant you didn't have to be on the road raising money all the time. in this final push that money needs to go for ads and competition in nine different states. so, the problem, though, is that romney has had difficulty making this connection and the best way they think now to make that connection is to put him out there more, find a way to make him more accessible, find a way to put him in front of voters so
they can attach to something in his program. >> what do they see as their pathway to getting 270 electoral votes? >> it's a difficult pathway. first they have to get those obama voters who voted for him in '08 are disappointed now, find seg to sell them. then they got to do well in florida, ohio, virginia. they think north carolina is going to go for the republicans that went for obama last time. there are basically nine states here. romney has a tougher map. he starts with a little bit of a deficit if you count the states that he can count on and wisconsin is another important state to look at. that was one state that obama won in 2008 where romney thought he could make inroads. picked paul ryan. the polls tighten. now the polls have gotten wider there. >> based on your reporting what do you sense mitt romney will do differently or stay on the' track? >> this is a great question. it's been several months where at various times they said we'll get more specific. if you listen to him on the
stump all he's done so far is assert his plans over again. that hasn't done it so far. so the question is what's he going to do -- it could just be some people are tuning in now and maybe when they hear his programs for the first time people find that attractive. but there's been a month's long question about whether he can do something more to sell his program for the future that actually connects with people. >> that's the big question still. >> this will be a big week before next week's debate. john dickerson, thank you. president obama heads to new york today with other world leaders for the opening of the u.n. general assembly. the president speaks at the u.n. tomorrow and this morning the state department is blasting cnn for revealing details from the personal journal of ambassador chris stevens who was killed in libya earlier this month. margaret brennan is with us. we have foreign policy on the front page. more than a hundred leaders gather here in new york. this specific story, libya a big story this week and what's going
on. what was cnn reporting that the state department says was absolutely out of bounds. >> what happened is that cnn found his journal of ambassador chris stevens. his personal journal on the site of the consulate attack. according to the state department, despite the wishes of the stevens family to go ahead and report what was inside the journal. >> what did the journal say? >> according to cnn they had to report some of the information including the thought from ambassador stevens that he was on an al qaeda hit list. they say the state department is shooting the messenger and criticizing them for taking that information, reporting on it and then returning the journal to the family. >> which is pretty explosive if ambassador stevens suggested he thought his personal security was at risk. >> that's the thing because there's a debate we can have about journalism and a debate about the information there and whether they were compelled to report on it. what we know is that the state
department won't answer any questions about that attack. what happened there they say is off limits because of an intelligence matter. according to the fbi isn't even in benghazi yet. they haven't secured that site is how journalists can wander through. >> the "new york times" reporting a major story attack in libya was a major blow to cia efforts, that was an important place and they were watching some important terrorist activity and those cia agents have been compromised in terms of their ability to do what they wanted to do. >> i'm sure there are many agencies active in that area, so responsibility for security for the ambassador and his staff falls on diplomatic security which is part of the state department, which is why they are under fire and why there's so much pressure to fill in some of the blanks. journalists are trying to do that. the state department has to produce a report in 60 days to congress. it's not clear how detailed that information will be.
>> a lot more news. southern california firefighters are battling two fast-moving wildfires. one near los angeles and east of san diego near the mexican border on the campo indian reservation. no injuries are reported. >> sad news this morning at washington's national zoo where the baby panda that got so many people excited last week has died. officials still do not know how it happened. chip reed is at the zoo. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, charlie. as you can imagine for the zoo keepers here at the national zoo this was devastating news. they spent years trying to get mei xiang, their 14-year-old giant panda pregnant. they understand in the first few days of life a panda cub are fragile and often don't survive. it was that noise from mother
panda mei xiang caught on the zoo's panda cam sunday morning that alerted officials something wasn't right. within hours they confirmed the news, the zoo's one-week-old cub had died. >> this is devastating for all of us here. it's hard to describe how much passion and energy and thought and care has gone into this. >> reporter: similar to its birth the cub's death was unexpected to a caring mother and healthy, vocal newborn. >> the cub was just beautiful. beautiful little body. beautiful face with markings just beginning to show around the eye. >> reporter: when veterinarians examine the cub which weighed about four ounces they found no signs of trauma or sickness. they do not know why it died. they do say on any given day in a cub's first two weeks of life it's mortality rate is about 18%. >> think of all things that could happen. >> reporter: jack hannah has
worked with wild animals for 40 years at the columbus zoo and his own show, "into the wild" >> something could happen. she picked it up wrong. numerous things can happen. >> reporter: breeding pandas is also difficult. mei xiang had five failed pregnancies before becoming pregnant recently through artificial insemination. the national zoo might have better success with a new panda from china. >> if it was me and i was the head of the zoo i would ask for another panda because time is critical. time is of essence for this species. >> reporter: the giant panda is one of the most endangered animals in the world and experts like jack hannah say breeding programs like the one here at the national zoo are essential to their survival. as for why this cub did not survive, charlie and norah we may have some preliminary information later today. >> in hollywood it was a night of triumph for "homeland" and "modern family" at the emmy
awards and "mad men" set a record. had 17 nominations but failed to win an award. there were some worthy newcomers. >> that's how the emmys got their name, m. e. >> reporter: hollywood has never been shy about congratulating itself. >> i like attention. >> drama queen. >> reporter: and tv's biggest night did not disappoint. >> thank you hollywood. >> reporter: showtime's terrorism drama "homeland" was the night's big winner. sweeping the trauma categories with six emmy wins including best drama. that denied "mad men" a record setting fifth emmy. "homeland's" claire danes won for best actress and damien lewis for best actor.
"modern family" was the big winner in the comedy category. >> this is an embarrassment of riches. >> reporter: taking home emmys for supporting actress and actor as well as third consecutive best comedy award. it was "two and a half men" john cryer who won lead actor. if >> oil be impossible to live with after this. i'll be brandishing this. >> did you guys want to stay another hour? >> reporter: jimmy kimmel kept the show on time. meanwhile his friend jon stewart clawed his way to a 10th consecutive win for the "daily show." the amazing race grabbed an emmy for the best reality show.
>> this is satisfying since betty white kicks my ass at our mixed martial arts class. >> reporter: this is the only place where the director of the emmy can win an emmy for directing the tony. the standing ovation went to michael j. fox who proved to be an inspiration for walking on stage to present. >> i knew "homeland" had a lot of fans but this is a huge surprise to me they won that big and "mad men" did so badly. >> i know. all right. newspapers. >> time to show you some of this morning's headlines. "wall street journal" shows you the rising cost of free checking costs. 23% more than last year according to a survey by bank rate. banks are raising atm and
overdraft fees. >> the "new york times" reports apple could be the first company to be valued at $1 trillion. as of friday apple's total was $656 bill. some analysts say the company sales numbers keep on rising they could hit the trillion mark as early as next august. >> the "financial times" reports apple's main supply of fox con technology group in china suspended production today at one of its largest factories. follows massed rioting by 2,000 workers last night. it's the latest case of labor unrest. the dispute left 40 employees hospitalized. >> "usa today" say more americans are hunting and fishing. a survey shows fishing is up 11% and hunting is up 9% from 2006 to 2011. one reason officials say with the rece
>> arnold schwarzenegger tells "60 minutes" about the affair that broke up his marriage to mariah shriver. >> what does maria think about you writing this memoir >> she wishes me well in everything i do. >> lesley stahl talks about that interview and we'll hear what shriver is saying about the book. >> have researchers found a road map for a cure to breast cancer. and we'll look at clues to new life-saving treatments on cbs "this morning". >> this portion of cbs "this morning" sponsored by walmart.
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♪ now, you americans are lucky to have the mitt. are you ready it will give more fodder to those opposition. >> we have lived a blessed life but are we more elitist than michelle and barack obama. they are friends with jay-z. >> i didn't think of that. >> everybody says i'm unrelatable because i had a horse in olympics. well i would kill that horse if i could meet beyonce. >> welcome back. arnold schwarzenegger's you you
a -- autobiography hit stores today. >> in the interview with lesley stahl she asks him why he's being candid about the affair that broke up his marriage. >> what does maria think about you writing the memoir and bringing this up? >> i think that maria is, you know, wishing me well with everything that i do. >> has she read it? >> no. at this point she hasn't read anything. >> but she knows you're discussing -- >> she knows it's about my whole life and that i would not write a book and kind of leave out that part and make people feel like wait a minute, are we just getting a book about his success stories and not talk about his failures and that's not the book i wanted to write. i wanted to write the book about me. my life. >> where is his life now and why is he doing this?
>> well, he's trying to get a fourth act. as a body builder, the actor, the politician. and he's working on what next and i think when he started writing the book he thought this was is going to help him launch whatever is next. he's in a lot of movies coming up. and then the scandal became public. and he was basically forced to write about it. >> what does maria shriver think about him writing the book. >> i don't know personally. there was an article in "newsweek" quoting her friends and family, put that in quotes and i assume that they were feeling, talking about her feeling it was a bad idea for her children, for her. >> there are some details about houmary a shriver confronted arnold schwarzenegger about her belief that he may have fathered this child with their housekeeper. >> she was suspicious. and i believe she had talked to
the housekeeper herself, so she knew and confronted arnold schwarzenegger in a session with their marriage counselor. their marriage was already strained. >> there was some talk they were trying to get it back at some point. >> right. they've gone back and forth since this but she's filed for divorce and he tells us the divorce is going forward. >> it was interesting in that therapy session arnold schwarzenegger said he thought it was about a session to counsel them how to go back from the end of his career as governor to a more private life. he didn't realize it was about the state of their marriage. >> he had no idea. he got in there and the subject came up and confronted and he admitted it. >> what else is interesting in this book other than the story of the break up of the marriage. >> he wanted to write a book of his career. he got to the top of his profession three times as body builder, agent orand as politician and most of the book
is about how he did it, how he did it three different times. the 10,000 hours they talked about to become the very top of a profession. i can't think of anybody else who did it three times. >> a man of uncommon will. >> a man of drive and endurance and inhuman persistence. that's what the book was supposed to be about. this chapter is called the secret and it's kind of a segregated part -- >> he's smart enough to know what all the talk would be about. >> he's smart enough to know that he had to confront it, he had to face very tough questions, and answer them, and he didn't duck. the only questions he really didn't want to go to about his own children and about the boy whose name is joseph. because he felt some obligation to protect them. otherwise he really sat there and took the questions. >> this interview airs next sunday on "60 minutes." what was your impression of arnold schwarzenegger?
i mean you've covered him before. did it change after spending this time with him and reading the book? >> i have to be frank. he's the most charming, the funniest. you know him, charlie. he's hilarious. he has an ability to cho what you want to talk about, what you're interested in and because he's been in so many fields, sports, hollywood, politics, he's something of -- he can talk about anything. he'll figure you out and charm you. just completely charm you. i had to keep remembering wait a minute, you know, he did something that's completely uncharming and remind myself because he was so much fun to be with. >> thank you. >> you're welcome. >> you can see the full interview with schwartz this sunday on "60 minutes" right here on cbs. doctors have new clues that could lead to better more effective breast cancer treatment. this is a big study that's out today. we'll ask one of the top surgeons in the field how this research may save lives.
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this actually happened in russia and it's pretty incredible. a truck gets into a head-on collision and the driver of the other truck flying out of the windshield and landing on his feet. he casually walks away. he wasn't hurt. welcome back everybody to cbs "this morning." >> in today's health watch a possible major break through in breast cancer treatment. a new study divides the disease into four major classes. one might already be treatable with a drug that works against ovarian cancer. doctor, thank you for joining us. tell us what's the major headline from this study and how it may help lives. >> what the study does, it's another piece in the puzzle to give us information telling us
how all breast cancers are not the same and therefore all treatment should not be the same, it's not a one size fits all for breast cancer treatment. >> what stuns me about this and it makes you excited too is it's called a reshaping of the scientific understanding of breast cancer. which shaping of our understanding of it. >> right. so what we're looking at is how genetically they are different. the basel carcinoma that has a poor prognosis are very similar to ovarian cancer. the news that breast cancer drugs may not be as effective as the ovarian cancer treatment%. >> one of the researchers said it may provide a road map for how we might cure breast cancer. >> in theory, correct. that's correct. >> but a way to go before we get there.
>> yes. >> why is this the first breast cancer research of this scale. >> why this now, the technology wasn't available before. it's a very large study over 800 breast cancers that now have been analyzed and categorized. >> i want to ask the obvious question. if you have breast cancer or someone in your family has breast cancer what should we be asking our doctor? >> ask your doctor what kind of breast cancer you have specifically and would you be eligible for a clinical trial to look at these medications that might be better than what traditionally have been offered for breast cancer >> you're a surgeon? >> correct. >> we're now so e years later really coming to believe that we're finding the pathways to curing lots of disease including cancer. >> yes. i certainly expect that ten years from now we're not going
to be doing as much breast surgery as we're doing today because we're finding smaller and smaller breast cancers and able to treat them without surgery. >> why do you say smaller and small center >> our imaging is getting better. we're able to define cancers so much earlier with so much sophisticated imaging. as a surgeon it makes my job easier. i'm more able to help a woman and help her survive breast cancer. >> so fascinating as you hear about the future of medicine, there will be less an less surgery if we can diagnose this stuff beforehand. thank you for being
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archaeologists in britain said they made an astonishing fine. they believe they uncovered the remains of long lost royalty he happens to be king richard iii. >> they are using 21st century techniques. >> reporter: well there's bean lot of talk lately about intrusion into frift lives of britain's royals, but in this case the disturbance goes back centuries. in fact the royal involved isn't being allowed to rest peacefully in his grave. this is the story of a long lost ancient english king who always had a bad press. richard iii. >> the hunchback, the withered
arm, the serial killer, the brutal monster, the ruthless tyrant. >> reporter: although he's credited with one good line. >> ahoy! ah ahoy. >> reporter: richard iii has largely been forgottened. defeated by henry vii. richard was buried in a local church yard that has since become a parking lot. archaeologists long suspected that richard's remains lay somewhere in the neighborhood but they had two problems. finding him and proving that what they found was him. with the help of some extras brought in to give the occasional little showbiz glamour, they found a skeleton that would have bean nice fit in the 1485 season of csi.
>> the part of the skull. >> reporter: enter into the drama, the furniture maker. it turns out king richard iii was his great-great -- count up to 16 uncle. >> phone rings and says i'm a historian. you're related to richard iii. congratulations. >> more or less. i think he probably started the conversation by saying i'm not a lunatic. >> reporter: so michael, a descendant of richard iii's sister has provide dna material. if it matches the skeleton with the hole in its head that would be a good clue it's the real thing. richard iii's claim to the throne was always suspect and the royal line has taken many twists and turns since. >> i've been asked if there's any spare palaces lying around i might inherit but i'm not holding my breath on that issue. >> reporter: his family had immigrated to canada. he came back to britain nearly
30 years ago and left a quiet life. now he's expecting invitations to a better class of dinner party. >> so he's pleased to know he might be related to richard? >> reporter: he's intrigued to know he might be related to richard, but let's put it that way. not a great press. >> thank you. and speaking of tv, royalty was crowned at the emmys last night. we'll show you all the big winners and kenneth fraser from "the insider" has the drama from back stage. i don't have time for the flu. that's why i'm knocking things off my to-do list. vitamin d, done! hand sanitizer, done! hey, eric! i'm here for my flu shot. sorry, didn't make an appointment. well, you don't need one. whether it's flu shots or prescriptions,
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♪ it's 8:00. welcome back to cbs "this morning." speaking to "60 minutes" governor mitt romney justifies his 14% tax rate while president obama says he could have tried harder to change the tone in washington. and we'll take you back stage at the emmys to talk with claire danes and other big winners. first here's what's happening in the world and what we've been covering on cbs "this morning." we just keep on battling forward with our message. i don't pay a lot of attention to day-to-day polls. >> governor romney is focusing on the important swing states that will decide this election. >> romney is trying to get back on his mick message even after
what his advisors concede last week was terrible. >> if there's something more key do to sell his programs for the future that connects with people. >> did you guys want to stay another hour? >> in hollywood it was a night of triumph for "homeland" and "modern family." >> my husband, my life, my big daddy. >> sadness this morning at washington's national zoo. the baby panda that got people excited last week has died. >> this was devastating news. >> what does maria think about you writing a memoir and bringing this up? >> i think that maria is, you know, wishing me well. >> this actually happened in russia and it's pretty incredible. >> does it bother anyone else that president obama said his favorite show is "homeland"? i don't think the president should be watching "homeland" for the same reason i don't think charlie sheen should be
watching "breaking bad." >> i'll charlie rose with gayle king and norah o'donnell. president obama heads to new york for u.n. meetings governor romney is campaigning in colorado. their first presidential debate is coming up next week. on "60 minutes" last night both candidates responded to criticism of the way they do business. >> now, you made on your investments personally about $20 million last year and you paid 14% in federal taxes. that's the capital gains rate. is that fair to the guy who makes $50,000 and paid a higher rate than you did in >> it is a low rate. one of the reasons why the capital gains tax rate is lower is because capital has been taxed one at the corporate level as high as 35%. >> so you think it is fair. >> i think it's the right way to encourage economic growth to get people to invest to start businesses, to put people to work. >> if you ask me what's my
biggest disappointment is that we haven't changed the tone in washington. >> you don't bear any responsibility for that? >> i think that as president i bear responsibility for everything to some degree. one of the things i've realized over the last two years, is that that only happens if i'm enlisting the american people much more aggressively than i did the first two years. >> meanwhile on "face the nation" sunday the talk was about the next presidential campaign, the one in 2016. bob schieffer asked former president bill clinton if he believes secretary of state hillary clinton will be a candidate. >> i don't know. we had eight years in the white house and she ran for the senate. served in new york for eight years and immediately became secretary of state. and she's tired. she's really worked hard. i think she's done a fabulous job. i'm very proud of her. but she wants to take some time off, kind of regroup, write a
book, i hope we'll be working together. you see her doing this work long before i was and a lot of what we do now and women and girls were driven by some of the things she started in the state department. so i think we ought to give her a chance to organize her life and decide what she wants to do. i just don't know. she's an extraordinarily able person. i never met anybody i thought was a better public servant. but i have no earthly idea what she will decide to do. >> he says we'll be working together, which i thought was interesting, bill clinton that's what hillary clinton has talked about. she wants to do something like the clinton global initiative and work with women and girls. >> he says whatever she does first, last and always. that was a tender thing to see. >> we'll see. we have a bill clinton interview tomorrow on cbs "this morning." >> a lot of people when they talk about this question believe she will in fact decide to run.
however, she's not made up her mind. she wants to take some time to rest and think about the future. >> maybe you two will get a different answer. we'll see. your free checking account is costing you more than you know. a new bank rate survey finds the average customer must keep a minimum balance of $723 in a no interest account to avoid being charged a monthly fee. that amount is up over 27% from last year. the new regulations are squeezing their profits and analysts say customers will not switch because it's too much of a hassle. >> in week three of the nfl season things are heating up over the replacement referees, a field goal that barely sealed inside the upright gave baltimore the victory over new england. bill bellicheck wanted a replay and grabbed the arm of an official after the game. coaches are not supposed to touch the referees. the nfl met with the referees
union yesterday. they sent a letter to team owners to the end lockout. >> a golden night for "homeland" at the emmy award. they came in as a dark horse but turned out to be one of the big winners last night. kevin frazier host of "the insider" was on the red carpet. you're up early again this morning. >> reporter: i will always get up early four. you know that. come on now. it really is the night where tv toasts its own and the big winners as you mentioned one was "homeland" but also "modern family." going into the emmys a lot of the so-called experts were predicting "mad men" would make it five wins in a row. but when all was said and done "homeland" was the east of the done as they took home six golden statues. >> the emmy goes to claire danes. >> get off of me.
>> reporter: nobody plays crazy like you. the pregnant star scooped up her second emmy but first for "homeland" giving a shout out to her man. >> my husband, my love, my life, my baby daddy. this doesn't mean anything without you. >> reporter: twitter exploded after she came up with the catch phrase to her co-star. >> reporter: how gratifying is it to see the love? >> it's amazing. >> reporter: she gave a kiss to her co-star damien lewis. >> i don't believe in judging art but i thought i would show up just in case. >> reporter: dominating the wins, "homeland's" total haul of six. >> the show is loved. >> "modern family." >> reporter: the show with its third consecutive win as well as earning emmy for best supporting roles. >> i never knew i would be on tv
as a gay man but i love the pictures of a hairy chest. >> reporter: what change do you want to see? >> you have stories writing that you're dating charlize theron. it means you hit the top of the business of what you worked so long. for me it was 13 years. >> congratulations. >> thank you so much. >> two emmy wins now. >> i am really quite surprised. >> and the emmy goes to, jon cryer. >> reporter: alan harper means a first lead actor win. >> something has gone terribly wrong. i'll apologize to america. crazy year. thank you ashton. >> reporter: jon stewart tackled by steven colber and jimmy
fallon. >> they will find a box of these and just know [ expletive ]. >> reporter: kevin costner for a leading role in a movie. >> it was not in vogue. it was not something that anybody would have bet on. but i was really convinced the writing was compelling and had a chance to be classic. >> reporter: so great night for kevin costner "game change"er took home an emmy. moore accepted her role saying i feel validated because sarah palin gave me a big thumbs down. amazing race, grabbing it's ninth emmy for best reality competition. great night for a lot of shows. >> also, kevin, if people weren't watching "homeland" before i bet they will start checking it out now? >> reporter: yes. >> any moment that stood out for
you. you were there inside. >> reporter: i have to say michael j. fox the spontaneous ovation. when he came down the carpet before the show as a journalist we even all stopped and just looked at him and watched and we wanted to applaud just the great run he had on "the good wife" and he has a new show in 2014 he'll play a dad with parkinsons. the broadcast network, they say they are dead because cable dominated. hbo led the way with 23 wins. cbs was second with 16 emmys. >> we'll take that. and sophia's dress was smoking hot? >> reporter: one of many smoking hot ladies there. >> i think it was the color of the dress. thank you, kevin. kevin will have more from the emmys tonight on "the insider." check your local listings.
here's a dog with quite the tale to tell. shorty was discovered wandering along a road near charlotte, north carolina. turns out he was separated from his family after hurricane katrina. that was seven years ago. shorty is 15. he was identified by a microchip and his family still lives in louisiana. nobody has a clue how he survived or how he ended up in north carolina. he needs some medical attention but his family hopes to get shorty back in just a few weeks. it will be interesting to see if shorty remembers. i bet he does. >> when he sees the family how will he react. >> in north carolina. >> we all love dogs. >> exactly. >> where charlie is from.
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♪ a man in italy is accused of turning a hollywood movie into real life. police say he dressed up as a pilot and tried to con his way into the cockpit of a passenger jet. >> they say he was inspired by the movie "catch me if you can." we look at how this would be leonardo dicaprio was finally caught. >> reporter: at first glance captain an tremendousa sirlo looks like the real deal. the only problem is he's not. police say the man is actually a 32-year-old unemployed italian who took his treatment of being
a pilot too far. at least once sirlo allegedly hitched a ride in the cockpit of a jet from munich , germany to turin, italy in april though he never touched the controls. online he called himself a first officer for the german carrier lufthansa and posted this picture posing in a cockpit. even the ne he chose is an italian aviation code. if the story sounds familiar that's because it is. ♪ come fly with me >> reporter: sirlo was copying the hit movie "catch me if you can." in it leonardo dicaprio plays a com man who passed himself off s a pan am pilot.d himself off his scam wasn't good enough to convince one aviation official. when authorities caught up with the suspected con artist on friday at turin airport he was decked out in a pilot's uniform. he led police to a garage filled with fake i.d. cards, resumes
and training manuals, everything except for the real credentials. >> "catch me if you can" character was trying to make money off the deal. this guy was just looking for the ego of being an airline pilot. >> reporter: fateors are looking into whether the man whose real name is still unknown scammed his way on toni other flights. he's been charged with impersonation and putting passenger safety at risk. >> now another thing to worry about when you get on the plane. are you a real pilot, sir? when amanda knox was accused of killing her roommate it took her four years to prove she was innocent. her boyfriend will join us to tell us why their lives will never be the same. you're watching cbs "this morning." we'll be right back. ft. new dove style + care whipped cream mousse. better style through better care.
gayle is in the green room. >> hello. guess who i found? this is billy gardell star of "mike and molly." you play who? >> i play molly. >> you play mike. you're a little not under the weather but a little disappointed because the series didn't win yesterday. >> i'm just glad i'm in new york that way i don't have to talk to the raiders fans. >> he's here because tonight is the premier of "mike and molly" and when the show ended you two got married and you're on the honeymoon. >> i'm married in real life and on tv and oil never be right again. >> we'll work with him. that's coming up ahad. your local news is next. billy joins us right after the break.
nit you gottget yo cashget chase eedom.. welcome back to cbs "this morning." when american student amanda knox and her boyfriend were accused of murdering her roommate in italy it made headlines around the world. after four years in jail, amanda and raffaele sollecito were finally acquitted and released last october. >> now he wrote a book, hon"hon bound: my journey to hell and back with amanda knox." "48 hours" correspondent spoke with raffaele sollecito about his story. do you wish you had never met amanda knox? >> no, never. it's not her fault at all.
she's innocent. she did nothing wrong. >> reporter: today raffaele sollecito is a free man. >> nothing wrong. i'm humble. >> reporter: in november 2007 raffaele sollecito and knox were portrayed in tabloids and in court as violent sex crazed killers after the body of 21-year-old meredith kercher was discovered in the house she shared with knox. >> all the world was against us, even here in america. >> reporter: it was a nightmare for a couple who had met and become lovers just eight days before. >> we kissed the same day. we felt this, this moment. >> reporter: it was that affection and these infamous kisses while the two stood outside the murder scene that helped turn public opinion against them. >> people were appalled by that.
>> it was an affection gesture kiss on her lips. it was not passionate kiss. >> reporter: days later two were arrested. raffaele sollecito was placed in solitary confinement where he now reveals in his book that authorities tried to make him implicate amanda. >> it was unbearable. unbearable pressure. i had my family pushing me -- >> you could have gotten out of jail much sooner if you had lied about amanda's involvement. and you chose not to. >> exactly. because she's innocent. and if i did it she would spend the rest of her life in prison. >> you couldn't do it to save yourself, you would not do that? >> no. >> reporter: raffaele sollecito and knox were vindicated when all the dna evidence against them was thoroughly discredited. >> did you see amanda knox after the verdict? did you speak with her?
>> yes. i met her after. when she hugged me, i was nervous. i hugged her back. >> reporter: after spending four long years in prison for a crime he didn't commit, raffaele sollecito still has emotional scars. >> i had a lot of joy but then i felt a lot of bitterness after a while because i realize that my life will never be the same again. and the judge, this is your new life, do the best you can. >> peter van zandt is here. the knox family views him as a hero. >> if at any time raffaele sollecito said amanda was in that house he would have been freed from prison. his own family urged him to turn on amanda. but he wouldn't.
that's why he calls his book honor bound. >> which makes it extraordinary to me. they had only known each other a short time, eight or nine days. >> he said when he met her it was a lightning bolt. he fell in love. this was his first true love. despite the fact there were times in which he doubted amanda, because she had gone through a horrible interrogation and said things that put him at the house, at that house, he thought she was betraying him. then he learned the actual facts of this. but they would not ever turn on each other. >> i think it still boils down to that kiss that people saw. people thought that was so inappropriate. what does he say? >> he admits, although he said it's more of a cultural thing, i remind people italians were the ones so appalled by that kiss. meredith kercher's body was just feet away. i found it odd.
they were shell shocked at that moment. that's how they explain it. >> is there any indication that the two of them still have a relationship and talk? >> they skype, they e-mail. i feel as though raffaele sollecito still has some affection for amanda. but they moved on to separate lives. he's looking in the seattle area for a job in a computer gaming business where she lives. but she has a boyfriend now and he's a musician and she's writing her book which is due out next year. early next year. >> what did we learn in this book about the four years he spent in prison? >> he was in isolation much of the time. we learned that he went through some abuse just as amanda knox had gone through. he had been struck by officials. we learn about the psychological pressure, the media campaign against them that turned them both into sex crazed devil worshipping monsters. and he just takes you through his story which is shocking.
at the end of the day, remember -- >> did he seem odd at all when you interviewed him? >> no, very normal. very handsome young hand. very confident. remember at the end of the day the judge and jury said not only are you guilty but there's no evidence that you participated in this crime or at the death house. >> which is what they said all along. harlan coben has written a string of best selling mysteries. this morning we'll hear about his latest
>> nice and bright and pink. >> it is fall. >> what am i wearing. who am i wearing. that's the first thing. >> yes. there you go. you've written another page turner. i know this is a big weekend because you're a jersey boy and like all jersey boys you love bruce springsteen. >> chris christie and i went to the same high school. he was president of the senior class. >> what about that time when governor chris christie everybody said he fell asleep during that bruce springsteen concert. >> i'll defend him. he was texting me, some of the songs. i believe he was texting not sleeping. >> he wasn't texting man i'm so
tired. >> so since you've known him for such a long time was he like that as a youngster the way he is now and by that you know what i mean call them like i see them. he was like that even then in >> he was. i wrote an op-ed piece on him in the "new york times." we disagree on a lot of stuff. that was part of the friendship, that give and take. sort of that brunt style is with him. i give it right back to him. we got along that way. >> should we discuss his book. >> what about this book? you've sold 50 million books. that's pretty impressive. you have to pinch yourself. these last two books are different. how so? >> "seconds away" is a young adult novel. more the ""hunger games"" "harry potter" type of novel. adults are reading it too but this is more for teenagers. i have four kids but the biggest compliment i have from my 13-year-olds is all my friends are reading it and the guys who
don't read are reading it. >> that's great when a child looks at you and says dad, you're kind of cool. >> my last book, my daughter coming down and seeing it on the kitchen table. my kids don't think i'm cool. >> children are always embarrassed. >> the title i like "seconds away" the premise is in a split second your life can change. how does that dynamic show it in "seconds." >> the first line in the book -- there's moments in your life where just one little thing changes the course of everything. >> good and bad. >> all of a sudden up becomes down, good becomes evil, everything changes in a flick and that's what i like to explore. "seconds away" starts with that. i want to grab you right away on page one. you've been a long time reader. >> have. what's the different for you between young adult and adult
books? >> really -- >> do you have a preference. >> yes and no. but for the most part when i'm trying to write a young adult book i'm just changing the hero is 15 or 16 rather than 30 or 40. some of the themes are less modified. other than that i haven't changed much. you can't talk down especially to today's audience. i always say this, i always, we always feel like we're 17 waiting for our life to begin. don't you feel that way. >> i was 38. >> but you always -- you never outgrow that feeling and that's what i was trying to channel. >> you had something cool, though, norah when you said he was on the subway last week. what happened on the subway. >> i was on 16th street station and the guy sat next to me and had took out my book and is sitting right next to me. i'm always afraid to say do you
like that book. i said are you reading that book. he said yeah. i said look at the author photo. oh, my god. one of those fun new york moments. >> so you had to point out who he was sitting next to. >> yeah. of course we have to do that. turn the book around. >> congratulations. >> thank you so much. >> nice to talk to you. i'm sure you'll get a call from governor chris christie for outing him. >> i'm trying to help him. >> harlan coben. "seconds away" is on sale now. >> billy gardell is here and start agnew season of "mike and molly" tonight. we'll talk about his very busy comedy career. that's next on cbs "this morning".
>> first class, i dropped mine off at the concierge. >> he gave them to me so he could fly the plane. >> my bad. >> enjoy the complimentary champagne and oil have a little of this. >> still making people laugh. its in billy gardell's blood. he plays an officer in the show "mike and molly." it begins his third season tonight. >> billy gardell is turning the country with his stand up act. he's with us on studio 57. billy i flipped through the channels and i was on nfl today.
you looked so happy. >> i was like a kid in the candy store. i had bill on my left and dan marino on i had right. being from pittsburgh that's like meeting the pope and the president. >> you gave your picks and everything. >> it was awesome. they had food afterwards. it was a great day. >> at the end of the day you were a pittsburgh boy that made good. tony beltr -- >> my neighborhood pizza. >> this is what he said about you. i know he's some kind of a celebrity but to us he'll always be a pittsburgh boy. >> i'm a pittsburgher first. i come from a town that i'm proud to reflect. i write in my stand up act working class sense of humor and i think you have a job that you get a break you can't embarrass the people you come from. that's what i thought. >> can the steelers go to the super bowl. >> long year, charlie.
lost to the raiders. i don't know. maybe next week. >> the season is early. >> i hope so. >> so "mike and molly" has bean hit. >> mike and monthliy, season three. it's been unbelievable. we're back. wonderful cast. melissa mccarthy, i was rooting for her. she's amazing, and, you know, the rest of the cast is great. we have a group of people -- >> who else is on the cast? >> i'm grateful for them. >> i know. >> i'm grateful to have my gig. our show -- we all get along. >> people say when you get married on a show -- >> yes. >> that the dynamic tends to change and it becomes boring. >> there's lots of problems in marriage, you know. i got to fight with my act, my
wife. >> what was your first impression when you met melissa mccarthy? >> i met her, god bless her she was pregnant when she read for that role and she came in and was a trooper. when we read together there was just an auto mattic -- it just worked. i think we both kind of knew it. then we met the rest of the cast. we were doing the pilot. and of course mark roberts is a play wright from chicago who created the show and chuck lawrie launched us into space and jimmie burrows took us out of dodge. i think we were on to something. there's enough 40-year-olds on the shop. >> so after the marriage what should we expect? >> well, the beauty of this show is it ultimately is about two people falling in love who thought they would never fall in love. our creator mark wanted organic
moments. instead of going the route where you wait eight years to see if the couple gets together we wanted to explore that the first date, first kiss, the fir time they meet the crazy family, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera. now we've gotten to the marriage. that's wonderful because it's that time when it goes from oh, my god we're in for this for real. we got the rings and paper work. can we make it work. with today's economy it reflects what's happening. we're living at home and trying to get on our feet. the generation before us believed in saving before we went out. our generation hasn't been great at. >> other than making people laugh, what are all good situation comedies have. >> a heart beat. i think the great ones have a heart beat. that's what i love about our show. it's not just funny line, funny line, there's a moment i'm scared of this or awkward moment. when you get to play those things the laughter comes bigger after that. >> the characters have a unique
ability to laugh at themselves. >> you have to. >> you both laugh at yourself. >> have you ever met someone who takes them seriously? how long do you want to be in the room with them? >> i have a pedicure in the same room. got to go. you talk about your weight loss. is it something -- >> lost one chin. i'm good. no i've lost about 50 pounds. but it's not -- i'm not trying to do anything drastic. trying to be healthier. they are trying to keep me alive. slow progression. it's a journey like anything else. >> i'm surprised you still want to do stand up comedy. you were in the poconos last night. your friend don't who is in the green room how funny are you, because you're a celebrity you get five minutes. >> yeah. when you start out you don't get any grace period. you got to win them over in a minute. as you get on tv and your audience gets bigger, you get five minutes. but you better be good.
>> you draw from real life your comedy. >> yes. i admire the comics, guys that could take real situation. guys that could write what was happening in their life. plus if you could say i'm awkward -- >> "mike and molly" season premier, third season tonight 9:30. that's it for us. up next your local news. we'll see you tomorrow right here on cbs "this morning." >> thank you billy. >> thanks.
emergency landing for anne romney. >> smoke in the cabin. >> just after she gives a startling interview. >> stop it. >> then, the new iphone 5 hits stores. >> i got it. >> how you can protect yourself from the hoards so this doesn't happen to you. >> and john travolta defending kate. >> it's probably the worst time to be famous. plus, revenge of the jilted mistress. first she puts up a billboard. >> the woman he's posing with is not his wife. >> now she's making a movie about her life with the married millionaire. >> i found out i was a mistress.
that sucks. then, does child sex abuse run rampant in hollywood? >> this is standard practice. hollywood pedophiles. >> how many other young actors in hollywood did you molest? and the mom who donated her son's heart. now it's beating in another man's chest. >> this is where they put his heart into me. plus -- ♪ these boots were made for walking ♪ >> new mom jessica simpson back in her daisy dukes. >> now "inside edition" in high definition with deborah norville. >> thank you for joining us. a scare for anne romney on the campaign trail as the plane she was traveling in filled with smoke and was forced to make an emergency landing. paul boyd has the latest. >> a scare in the air for anne romney. >> anne romney's plane had to make an emergency landing in denver. >> the chartered plane carrying mitt romney's wife was forced to make an emergency landing in denver friday afternoon after
the cabin filled with smoke. "inside edition" obtained this exclusive audio from inside the cockpit. >> we have an electrical issue here, and we're going to declare an emergency. >> anne was enroute from omaha to california when it diverted to denver. she's scheduled to attend a fund-raiser at the beverly hilton on saturday. ab's press secretary tweeted, apparently the plane filled with with smoke. all okay. anne spoke with her husband soon after landing to let him know that everyone on board was fine. the frightening incident came after a dramatic day for anne. >> stop it. >> anne was being interview ised when she was asked about the worst week yet for her husband, and the criticism being leveled at him by other conservatives. >> what do you say to your fellow republicans? >> stop it. this is hard. you want to try it? get in the ring. this is hard. and, you know, it's an important thing that we're doing right now, and it's an important election.
>> the headlines today paint a picture of am could payne jeopardy. the huffington post says face the music. if there was ever a time to panic, and from the washington post, romney campaign in trouble. >> anne romney has come out swinging. what does that tell you about the state of this campaign? >> it tells you that the campaign is in trouble. this has been a very long week for the romney campaign. they've been getting it from all directions. >> and mitt romney faced an onslaught of mockery from a special "saturday night live" that aired thursday on nbc. front and center, that secretly recorded tape of romney talking to rich donors. >> sir is that a camera on the table pointing right at me? [ laughter ] okay, great. >> that's not the only video that surfaced this week. here's a cell phone video of mitt romney talking to voters at a mcdonald's. >> oh, boy, that's disgusting. how do you people eat this garbage? >> thank you so very much! >> while the snl attacks on
romney were scathing, president obama skated by. >> president obama on tuesday night attended an exclusive fund-raising event in manhattan organized by jay-z and beyonce. with when has jay-z ever backed a loser? oh, right. >> did it strike you at all, though that president obama really didn't take many punches during the sketch, it just seemed to pile on mitt romney? >> i think snl does a pretty good job of punching the guy who is being punched on. and i think this has been one of those weeks when mitt romney has been hammered. >> real quick, no one is recording this, correct? apple stores around the country and around the world have been mobbed by people scurrying in to get that new iphone 5. analysts estimate the lines are 83% longer than the last time when the 4 s went on sale. but among the crowd at some apple stores are police officers with a plan to stop phone thieves before they
strike. diane mcinerney has more. >> it's party time for iphone fans. these were the amazing scenes friday as the new iphone 5 finally went on sale across america. >> my friends are going to be jealous. >> we're inside apple's flagship store on 5th avenue, and it is packed with people, hoping to get their hands on the new iphone 5. >> hundreds of fans slept on the sidewalk for days, waiting for the big moment. and get this. special police squads were on hand so that people could register their brand-new phone's serial numbers. the move is an effort to combat rampant theft. check out this brazen grab from an iphone owner while he was talking. a similar thing happened as a cyclist goes way this victim. he throws up his hands in despair. these guys help themselves to a bunch of phones at an apple store in arizona. and a team of thieves actually rammed a car through the front
window of an apple store near los angeles and grabs anything they could. the people i spoke to were thrilled to get their hands on the iphone 5. >> are you in love? >> i'm love. >> would you marry this phone if you could marry a phone? >> i would marry it. >> very, very excited to get my hands on this phone. doesn't make any sense to not get it. >> but apple has replaced google maps with its own map service and it's taking heat. on the surface it looks great with amazing turn directions and 3-d images. this is san francisco. but look closer. the legendary brooklyn bridge in new york looks like a lame squiggly line on the iphone 5. and lack at this highway intersection. >> i read an entire city is in the ocean on this map. >> there are some weird visual glitches. >> this is the first time doing a map so i think there are going to be some hiccups.
>> mario armstrong told me he expects apple will issue a software fix to address the problem. >> overall, what do you think of the new iphone 5? >> overall, and this is my first time getting my hands on it, overall i'm immediately astonished. it's the super bowl team that just keeps winning and winning and winning. i think the coolest feature of the phone is the larger screen. 4-inch screen size, really beautiful view. you will be able to see things in hd, beautiful resolution on the screen. >> at least for these guys, the iphone 5 is 5 stars. >> deborah: jessica simpson appears to be making progress in her effort to lose that baby weight. ♪ these boots are made for walking ♪ >> no one rocked a pair of daisy dukes like jessica simpson. now that she's shedding her baby weight she's able to wear the short shorts again. this is a photo of a leaner jessica out shopping in l.a. yesterday showing off her much
slimmer legs. jessica is definitely looking good. that sexy sports illustrated cover girl kate upton looking like a lost farm girl cuddling a lost lamb. it's a behind the scenes video of kate's new photo shoot for cr fashion book, a new publication. and gma's robin roberts surrounded by her sisters and close friend diane sawyer is singing "ain't no mountain high enough." it's become robin's anthem as she begins the fight of her life. this is the moment when doctors injected robin with millions of stem cells from her sister's bone marrow. hopefully they will help robin fate a rare blood disorder but for now she's facing the future in song. [ music ] >> deborah: and we all wish robin the best. now on to a mom who lost her teenage son in the most tragic way but her heart lives
on in another man's chest. >> there are no words for what this woman is feeling as she listens to the sound of her son's heart beating in another man's chest. her tears tell the tale. >> that's taylor. >> that is in deed the sound of taylor's heart. he suffered a series of strokes that left him brain dead. his parents, april and owen, decided to donate his organs to save others. >> it means a lot to me that caleb's heart is still beating. >> it meant even more to charles shelton, a psychiatrist whose own heart was rapidly failing when he received caleb's donor heart. >> this is where they put his heart into me. >> shelton and his wife amy wanted to thank caleb's family face to face for the gift of life.
>> hey, guys. how y'all doing? >> so we went with them to mississippi to meet caleb beaver's family. everybody in the family took turns listening to caleb's heart beating, including his brothers, jacob and junior. >> listen to your brother's heart. >> and april showed dr. shelton the family photo album. junior offered a tour of caleb's room. >> this is his trophy. >> that's when the doctor got quite a surprised. >> caleb played bass guitar in a christian band, and with i was 16, caleb's age, i played bass guitar in a band. >> and then the man who owes his life to a boy he never knew had a surprise of his own. >> this is caleb's heart. >> first the mom heard her son's heart, and now she gets to see it, as shelton shows her an echocardiogram of the heart that's keeping him alive. >> look how healthy that heart is.
>> april is overwhelmed by the sight of it. once again, tears tell the tale. >> thanks. >> you're welcome. thank you. >> deborah: and many others are benefiting from the family's generosity. along with caleb's heart, caleb's liver, his lungs, and his pancreas have also been donate. we'll be back with more after this. >> next, does child sex abuse run rampant in hollywood? >> this is standard practice. >> "inside edition" investigates hollywood pedophiles. >> how many other young actors in hollywood did you molest? plus, revenge of the jilted mistress. first she puts up a billboard ?oomplt the woman he's posing with is not his wife. >> now she's making a movie about her relationship with a married millionaire. and john travolta, defending kate. >> it's probably the worst time to be famous. "inside edition" in
the biggest lose ergos under the knife, next "inside edition." she lost 100 pounds. >> size 22 to a size 8. >> but what does she do with all that excess skin? her beautiful new figure. then -- >> the prime time emmy awards. >> sophia, christina, leah michelle on the red carpet and inside the emmys. watch the next "inside edition." >> deborah: police are starting to close in on the person who took those topless photos of kate middleton. meantime kate's got another person defending her. actor john travolta. >> he's kate middleton's knight in shining armor. in an interview airing on british tv john travolta speaks out about those topless photos of kate snapped at a private villa in france. >> there is a right to privacy, whether you're famous or not famous. >> travolta, who recently faced his own tabloid scandals, compared kate's situation to the hounding of princess diana.
>> i feel that anyone being invaded at that level is unfortunate and there should be a law. >> travolta famously dance weed diana at the white hospital in 1985. >> because of the internet and the level of invasion of privacy is so extraordinarily high, i could arguably say it's the worst time to be famous. >> deborah: meantime when french police do track down the photographer who snapped those photos he may be charged with invading kate's privacy. now the steamier side of hollywood. the sexual abuse of vulnerable child actors looking to hit it big. after a rash of recent arrests we sent jim moret to investigate the world of child molesters working in hollywood. and what he found may surprise you. >> these are incredible. >> more and more kids were flocking to hollywood today, hoping to catch their first big break at auditions like these.
>> i'd like to have my own tv series. >> many of today's a-list celebs started out the same way. scarlett johansson, leonardo dicaprio and more all landed fame as a child actor. this is marty weiss. for years he managed dozens of young actors getting them shows on shows like "i carlie" and more. but one actor accused weiss of molesting him. >> it is some of the most horrific child abuse. >> excuse me, mr. weiss, i'm with "inside edition." >> i have no comment. >> we caught up with weiss shortly after he served six months in jail. >> did you become ally that lent manager so you could get access to young children? >> he wasn't interested in talking. weiss' case is just one of several recent high-profile arrests leading many to wonder
if tinseltown has a serious pedophile problem. >> there's an enormous problem. >> anne henry is the co founder of a nonprofit child actor advocacy group. >> predators come to our industry because there's no regulation and because they can be alone with children. >> believe it or not there are no background checks required for publicists and talent managers like marty weiss. >> isn't horrible to say a casting couch for children but there is? >> best known for little house on the prairie, former child actor allison ingram says predators have been abusing child actors for decade. >> this is standard practice. >> but she believes few young actors report it for fear of being blast listed. before he got starring roles for movies like "the sand lot
ii" these act ors were lawyered to hollywood. >> it's unbelievable. >> after paying for their airfare from florida to los angeles, lowry engaged uncriminal sexual activity with cole in a hollywood hotel room. cole was only 12 years old. >> he's sick. he did this. i didn't do anything wrong. >> both brothers bravely testified against lowry who is now serving a 19-year sentence for child exploitation charges. >> i believe that all child actors at some point have come in contact with a predator. >> case in point, bob velarde. he says he helped guide the young careers of several of today's biggest stars including toby mcgwire and leonardo dicaprio. he even took these photos of the young future starts. even tom cruise. while none of that's actors has ever accused velard of abuse he recently finished an eight-year
sentence for molesting an aspiring young actor. >> i'm with the tv show "inside edition." i'd like to talk to you about your career in hollywood. why are you running away? why won't you talk to us for a second? >> today anne leads a group of hollywood parents in an effort to change the law. >> they're convicted felons and they need to stay away from children. >> deborah: a law now pending before the california governor would require a background check and a permit for anyone who works with child actors in an unsupervised setting. we'll be back with more after this. >> still to come, revenge of the jilted mistress. first, she puts up a billboard. >> the woman he's posing with is not his wife. >> now she's making a movie about her relationship with a married millionaire. check out today's coupons.
>> deborah: we've all heard it. hell hath no fury like a woman's scorn, but when that scorned woman is mad enough to go public anything can happen. in this woman's case that anything is the movie she made. >> it's pay back time, part ii, for the jilted mistress of a powerful businessman. she made headlines when she paid $250,000 to put up billboards like this near times square in new york and other cities. >> and a new billboard in times square. the problem is the woman he's posing with is not his wife. >> she put billboards up all across the country. >> now she's making a movie about her affair with charles phillip, the former president of oracle. his former girlfriend has made a new documentary called "glamourous lives."
>> charles spends every single new year's eve, valentine's day and birthday with me. >> it details the entire affair. >> i did it so i could have my side of the story out, told the way i want it told. >> the movie was shown for the first time thursday night at the harlem film festival in new york. >> i was not a mistress. i was not led to believe i was a mistress. i found out i was a mistress, and that sucked. >> she was asked to withdraw the documentary. >> he kept asking, what do you want from me? what can i do to make this all go away? >> last-minute legal moves to halt the screaming failed. the film festival ignored a warning from fill lips' attorney not to show the movie. "charles phillips reconciled with his wife and children and have moved on. their motto, live, give,
forgive." some say it's also time for yavonni to move on. >> there's no winners. it's destroying his life, but it's destroying her life, too. >> that film was supposed to be screened at two other film festivals but has been pulled screened at two other film festi[ male announcer ]pulled imagine facing the day with less chronic osteoarthritis pain. imagine living your life with less chronic low back pain. imagine you, with less pain. cymbalta can help. cymbalta is fda-approved to manage chronic musculoskeletal pain. one non-narcotic pill a day, every day, can help reduce this pain. tell your doctor right away if your mood worsens, you have unusual changes in mood or behavior or thoughts of suicide. antidepressants can increase these
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"the insider" is taking you in depth on today's celebrity headline. i'm brooke anderson. in new york city. "the insider" is on. inside "good morning america's" robin roberts' hospital recovery tonight. the new home videos capturing her entire bone marrow transplant procedure. her donor sister's health update today. >> she knows that it's a lot of work ahead. and i'm continuing to pray. >> we're sending our prayers to her. >> what they're now saying about the impact of making robin's battle so public. >> thank god that social media, that's like a vein that gets a tap and she can just pump love into herself. lindsay lohan goes public after her alleged hit and run.
brooke's new york night out with former president clinton. >> a surprise guest. >> thank you, brooke. >> and katie, tyra, kim. all-new stars without makeup. all that in "star watch." our emmy preview. >> this is a stressful week. >> the modern family cast suited up and getting glammed for sunday's awards. the odds on who can take home the gold. then -- accused of murder, held in a mexican prison -- >> the ex-survivor producer claiming innocence. his new jailhouse video. death threats on twitter. online bullies. how celebs are protecting themselves from the dark side of social media. >> bullying is never okay. now from new york, "the insider" is on. hi there, welcome to "the insider." from new york city. the big event that brought out former president clinton. kevin frazier is back in
hollywood. >> brooke, robin roberts recuperates in a hospital tonight after her bone marrow transplant. she released video of the procedure. tonight, we examine how making her battle so public is impacting awareness and helping her own recovery, tonight's inside story is on. >> so, right now, this moment. >> the transplant went as well as can be expected. robin was there surrounded by family and friends. >> robin roberts recovering today after her five-minute bone marrow transplant. >> i will now wait anxiously watch to see what happens. the next seven to ten days and my counts will continue to go up. we'll be on to phase three, which will be to get out of here. >> robin's doctors injected with her millions of stem cells harvested from her sister sally-ann. she was there and so were her abc colleagues, diane sawyer and sam champion. >> the last week has been especially intense.
>> robin's "gma" co-anchor george stephanopoulos on cnn's "piers morgan tonight." >> we all have our fingers crossed that these bone marrow cells take to her body and do the job that they're supposed to do. >> sally-ann calling tv with an update. >> in 30 days, lord willing her blood counts will be normal and she'll be able to go home. >> abc news cameras following robin's battle, which leads to our inside view, why do celebrities go public with their health battles? >> it's moment by moment. day by day. i mean, you're up and down. >> michael landon invited the press to his home to announce that he had pancreatic cancer. in 1991. the little houston prairie star raised awareness of the disease and other celebrities followed. let's get you inside. >> richard pryor shared his ms battle with "the insider" and tammy faye bakker allowed documentary cameras to follow
her cancer battle. after robin shared her mds diagnosis, thousands of people signed up to become bone marrow donors. and there's been another side effect. her co-anchor josh elliott told our debbie matenopoulos there has been an outpouring of love. >> i just thank god that social media exists, because that's like a vein that gets tapped, she can just pump love into herself. and it's a great thing. so, keep them coming. >> and the well wishes continue to pour in. ellen degeneres just tweeted -- thinking of robin roberts and hoping her bone marrow transplant goes well. i love you, robin. we wish her the best. i worked with her at espn. she's one of the kindest people there is. all right, right now, we move on to star watch. lindsay lohan goes public. new york. lohan's first appearance since her arrest holding the son of friend artist domingo. it was his car that lindsay was
driving when she allegedly clipped the pedestrian. meanwhile, surveillance video just released. it's unclear whether lohan had any capital with the pedestrian. brooke's presidential surprise. president clinton the surprise guest last night at the love 146 gala. hosted by our very own brooke anderson. >> we're very honored tonight to have a special guest with us who's a surprise guest. >> love 146, an organization raising money and awareness to end child trafficking and exploitation, celebrating its ten-year anniversary. celebrity supporters included country singer vince gill. for more information go to love146.org. wet 'n wild fergie. new york. fergie launching her signature beauty line with we'n wild. a line of nail polishes already in the stores. including two of fergie's favorites.
>> it's one of my favorite colors of my favorite football team miami dolphins. jillian michaels heading back to the biggest loser after taking time off for motherhood and telling our debbie matenopoulos why this season's topic, childhood obesity, is so important to her. >> i was an overweight kid. i have two kids now. >> today, jillian shooting a video for the energy drink. which she says helps her keep up with her kids. >> if you can follow the energy of a 2-year-old, that's the closest it's going get. carly's kiss. hollywood. ♪ >> this whole year has felt like a dream. >> carly rae jepsen continuing to live the dream as she host a launch party for her album. up next, touring with justin bieber. and a cameo on "90210."
no doubt expanded. los angeles. ♪ >> no doubt shooting a commercial for the special expanded eight-track edition of their new album "push and shove." only available at target. september 25th. >> the idea of having this special edition and doing like a mini video to go with the song that we love called "one more summer." has been really exciting. >> and we have one more item for you, liam neeson is back in the sequel of his action thriller "taken." tonight, your first look behind the scenes of "taken 2." >> what do you want to do? >> what i do best. >> it's your first look as liam neeson. as a retired cia agent. back in "taken two." and it didn't take too much convincing to get neeson to sign on to the sequel for the action thriller. >> it was terrific. it was just a great release. >> it's been two years since
neeson debuted brian mills in "taken." which took in about $224 million worldwide. in that film, he risked everything to save his abducted daughter. but, now, there's a new threat. >> welcome. >> brian finds himself in turkey. and nasty things happen again. >> it was my son. >> the avengeful father is after mills and it's up to his daughter to help them escape. >> your mother and i. are going to be taken. people are going to come see you, too. >> maggie grace also back as daughter kim, this time she gets to take on more of an active role. >> the stunts are incredible and the action sequences and the car chases. >> faster!
>> it's fun and it's a ride. it's definitely a pedal to the metal thriller, action movie. >> she likes the human quality that this film brings. >> there's a really, really nice mixture of the action that people really, you know that appeals to people. >> neeson is already out promoting this film overseas. he hit up the red carpet for premiere in seoul, south korea, earlier this week. all right, in moments, debbie matenopoulos shows you how the emmy stars get pampered for the awards as we reveal which nominees could walk away as a winner. then, 48 hours mystery new jailhouse video of the ex-survivor producer accused of murdering his wife. then, from here in times square, why stars are the easy victims of cyber bullies. and what they're doing about it. that's ahead from new york.
39 days. 18 people. one survivor. >> the emmy-winning "survivor" kicked off its 25th season wednesday night. but tonight, we have news on its former producer accused of murdering his wife. 48 hours mystery reveals just-surfaced evidence as the alleged killer delivers a message from jail. >> hi, guys. i miss you very much. i love you. hopefully i'm coming home soon. >> that's american bruce beresford-redman speaking to his two children from behind bars. >> i'm really proud of both of you. i'm glad things are going so well. >> the former reality show producer is accused of killing his wife monica and dumping her body in a sewer while they were on vacation in mexico. so far, it's been six months in prison, an anxious time for bruce beresford-redman's parents
and children. >> in my ways, they're doing beautifully. but they never forget about their dad. and their mom, but mostly bruce, they want him home so badly. >> what is so hard for me, is that my son is in a mexican prison where there are stabbings, riots and tear gas. this is just so horrible. >> i'm so preoccupied all day long with my children and their well being. >> this "48 hours" correspondent spoke to beresford-redman from prison. >> i would like very much to have the chance to exonerate myself. >> he may be getting help from the government's own witnesses who seem to contradict the prosecution's case. the coroner apparently pinpoint his wife's death to that monday night. >> the testimony to me obliterates their entire theory. he's the expert. it's his job to determine when she died. he's quite clear about it. 11:40 is pretty definite.
and it's 18 hours off when they say it happened. >> "48 hours mystery" investigate bruce's courtroom battle saturday on cbs. >> i'm waiting for someone to stand up and say, okay, we got the wrong guy. >> beresford-redman also revealed that he's spending his time reading "the count of monte cristo." the story of a young man falsely imprisoned. still ahead -- which stars are going public without any makeup on. then, from new york, the famous faces taking action after online bullying after receiving death threats on twitter. i was living with this all-over pain. a deep, throbbing, persistent ache. my doctor diagnosed it as fibromyalgia, thought to be the result of overactive nerves that cause chronic widespread pain. lyrica is believed to calm these nerves. i learned lyrica can provide significant relief
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awards where the night will most likely belong to "modern family." it's the most nominated comedy. tonight, we have the cast all together, getting glammed up before their big night. >> this is a stressful week. i actually enjoy that night with the cast. >> that is fun. that is fun. >> when you get the group of us together, it's like a cocktail party and it's very hard to get our attention. we just like being around one another. >> just hours before the emmys, the tight-knit "modern family" dancing, laughing and primping behind the scenes for their cover shoot for "the hollywood reporter." out now. >> there's no question that "modern family" is the front-runner in this category. >> it will be their third if they take home best comedy. the hollywood reporter is following the tough emmy competition and has insight into the modern family factor. >> all signs point to them taking it home for the third consecutive year. >> on the drama side it's julianna versus claire.
>> julianna won last year. but i think there's no question in anyone's mind that claire danes is going to be the winner this year. >> claire has won a golden globe for her role in "homeland." >> i feel so lucky that the show has been recognized so quickly. >> sunday is sure to be full of surprises, rose predicting some record breakers. >> i'm the only vote left. and i'll handle it. >> bryan cranston owns the best drama actor. he transformed himself and i think there's really no question in anyone's mind that he'll win it again. >> it will be his historymaking fourth win for best actor. >> i keep the emmys in my office. i don't look at them often. but occasionally the gold will catch my eye. >> also, a potential milestone the number of best drama series wins for "mad men."
>> i do think that they're walk away the winner for the fifth consecutive year. >> but before the trophies get handed oout, our debbie matenopoulos is take you to the swag suites. it's all for free. emmy nominees and presenters are invited to the lounge to pick up some products free of charge, including jewelry which is loaned like this 45,000 ring. >> but best of all, you get a free trip to belize. >> why would caribbean living owner give away a free vacation. >> it benefits my advertisers. you can't pay for that. that's priceless. >> i'm sure debbie is going to enjoy all of that swag that she picked up. "the insider" is getting you involved in sunday's emmys. getting the stars to answer your questions. tweet what you would ask them to the twitter handle at "the insider" live, we'll pose to
them the celebs on the red carpet. and bring them to you on monday. right now, let's send it back over to brooke in new york. speaking of twitter, leann rimes is just the last famous face to seek refuge against cyberbullying. so, tonight, how the stars are dealing with the dark side of social media. >> social media can be a wonderful tool. it also has the power to inflict pain on people. >> it's important not to do it. you don't want to make somebody feel bad or make themselves hurt themselves. >> i never answer them back. i just ignore it or block them. >> hollywood is speaking out against the epidemic that's taking over twitter. leann rimes citing a twitter war for landing her rehab last month. telling "people" magazine i have been built up and torn down, it's been difficult to tune people out. >> what used to be a place that people would go on and follow the celebrities that they loved,
but now, it's kind of taking an interesting turn and a lot of people are following people they hate. >> "the insider's" nina parker following the efforts to end cyberbullying from stars like "the x factor's" demi lovato. >> demi lovato has addressed cyberbullying on her twitter page and kind of made it her whole campaign now to prevent it. >> bullying is never okay. >> i also was bullied a lot through middle school and high school. >> it was "the x factor" moment that brought everyone to tears. demi consoling an emotionally wounded teen after her audition. ♪ >> i knew that you had been through a lot, but when you sang, you broke my heart. >> demi who was bullied as a kid in school and recently a celebrity target online, tweeting, it really surprises me the hateful thing that people say on the internet.
after all the awareness of cyberbullying. wow, so sad. >> i think there's some sense of power, reward and attention that comes from going after celebrities. >> she says cyberbullies are going after high-profile stars because they can. >> facebook and twitter make it easy to bully other people. kwl you're bullying another kid at school or whether you're bullying a celebrity, because it's quick and it's because it's easy. >> lady gaga on "oprah's next chapter," empowering people with her antibullying born this way foundation. but artists like miley cyrus who was cyberbullied, said that the social media networks need to take a stand. miley cyrus tweeting -- i won't tolerate someone telling me to die, i think twitter needs to take some responsibility and make it a safety environment. >> the more followers you have the more harassment you receive. >> and miley had to respond to her fans on twitter after she
>> thanks you guys. >> good. that was good the way you did that. >> i am on "the insider." >> "the insider" on facebook. @the insider on twitter and theinsider.com is bringing your voice to hollywood. join us and become an "insider." movies, television and music. the latest news at your fingertips. the social media 360 is here. so let's get the conversation started. travel consideration provided by -- before we go, "intouch" magazine out now has a few stars who are daring to go out in public without makeup and looking good doing it. here's a shocker, brooke, if you don't have on makeup you don't
look as good as you do when you have makeup. >> check out "american idol" winner kelly clarkson, all smiles. demi lovato and finally, here's 37-year-old eva longoria looking fresh-faced all without any coverup. all right, we'll see you on monday with our emmy coverage and check out our facebook page on sunday night to vote for your famous fashion hits and misses. take care, everybody. good night.
wayne: who wants some cash? you got yourself a brand new car, baby! jonathan: a sapphire and diamond necklace. wayne: a trip to los cabos! (screaming) (shouting) jonathan: it's time for "let's make a deal"! now here's tv's big dealer, wayne brady! wayne: everybody, welcome back to "let's make a deal." and by back, i mean fourth season. fourth season! so to get things started off right now, who wants to make a deal with me? let's see, let's see, let's see, let's see, let's see. (cheers and applause) come here, cow girl. i think you're a cow girl.
i couldn't really... hey. hey, nice pie plates. stand over here for me, sweetheart, because jonathan mangum is coming over here. ladies and gentlemen, you remember jonathan mangum. tv's own jonathan mangum. jonathan: thank you, mr. brady. wayne: welcome, brother. so, we have these gifts, jonathan and myself and the beautiful tiffany coyne. tiffany: hi! wayne: we can't give these gifts to each other, so we're going to give the gifts away to you. so we have four gifts. now before we give you a gift, because it is the fourth season and we're back and we're all really excited, do you have a talent or something that you can show off, a little dance, you want to do something for us? - a lasso, will that work? wayne: you have a lasso. okay, go. (country music playing) yes. wow. man.
we are stepping our game up. jonathan: it's a little lasso. wayne: it's a little lasso. jonathan: it's a gerbil lasso. wayne: so the red box, we get this red box. mr. mangum, please open this. it's "let's make a deal" sunscreen. (cheers and applause) plus, the three other gifts. so you can take the sunscreen or i can give you whatever is inside this here envelope. now, whatever you do not take, i'm going to give to... (cheers and applause) the gentleman with the stop sign. all right. come on over. i hope you drunk some milk for them strong bones. come on over here, mr. herbert. how are you, sir? - i'm fine, i'm fine. wayne: mr. herbert, this is sherry. sherry, mr. herbert. - hi. congratulations. - thank you. wayne: so, sir, i asked her to do a little something, she did something with a little lasso. it was spectacular to say the least. what's your talent that you'd like to share with us
for season four? - i'm an old deacon in the church and i sing old hymn songs. (cheers and applause) wayne (singing): i want you to make a deal. why, why, why, why. - (singing): yeah... let's ke a deal, yeah. all right! oh, feels so good. feels good. wayne (singing): make a deal now, make a deal now. make a deal now. oh, make a deal. got to... - (singing): deal, deal, deal. make a deal, deal, deal. wayne: that's what i'm talking about, mr. herbert. that's what i'm talking about. wow. so, gifts, envelope-- choose.
- gifts? gifts? i'm going to go with the gifts. i'm going to go with the gifts. wayne: you're going to take the gifts. mr. herbert, you've got the envelope. you ready to see what's inside? - i'd like to see it, sir, yes. wayne: what if i offered you money? what if i offered you... what's inside my pocket? you know what, they just stuff this pocket of mine full of money, full of money. let's see how much money is inside. oh, pass the collection plate. one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, $1,000. (cheers and applause) (singing): oooh. - (singing): thank you. wayne: so you can take the $1,000 and let me have the envelope. but what if what's inside the envelope is worth more than $1,000? this could be a zonk.
remember the zonks, don't forget... we've been having fun. tiffany, you know about the zonks, right? tiffany: yes, there are zonks, beware of the zonks. wayne (imitating tiffany): so beware of the zonks. (audience yelling suggestions) so you're taking the money? - i'm taking the money. wayne: $1,000, sir. what kind of car do you drive, if i may ask? - '95 buick, old car. wayne: a '95 buick, you got that laid-back action when you're coasting with one hand, wow wow. that is a deacon's car, that's why you don't need a jetta. jonathan: you could have won a new volkswagen jetta! this 2012 jetta sports a five-speed manual transmission with multi-point fuel injection and remote keyless entry. this deal is worth $17,415. wayne: you didn't get the car, but you got the cash. thank you so much for being here, mr. herbert. thank you, my friend.
give him a big round of applause. (applause) so, besides mr. herbert missing out on the car, you missed out on the car. - i did. and i need a car. wayne: you need a car? - yes, my husband sold my van last week. wayne: what? - i'm going to look really silly on a bike with my three daughters. wayne: at the same time? (makes circus noises) so you've got sunscreen, plus whatever is in here. so let's open the blue gift, mr. mangum. glasses. so what do you think? sunscreen, glasses, is that a... - could be a trip. wayne: could be a zonk trip, too. so i'll tell you what, you can keep this and this, plus the other two, or i can give you whatever is behind curtain number two. whatever you do not take, i'm going to give to... (cheering) the... the beetle. the... oh, don't fall. hey! how are you? hey. you are a, um... what's this called again?
-a ladybug. wayne: a ladybug. (ogre voice): me not know bug. so, what do you do? - i just graduated high school and i'm going to cornell next year. wayne: congratulations, congratulations. so i've got to ask, we had a deacon that we did a little hymn, we had had the rope tricks. what's your trick for season four? - i can do splits. wayne: okay, do it. that was so easy. okay, so, now we've had splits, we've had singing, we've had that. now the most important trick of all, who leaves with a zonk, who leaves with stuff? let's see, sherry, come on over, you've got this. keep this or curtain two. whatever you don't take i'm going to give to sigal. - i'm going to keep it. wayne: you're going to keep it, hoping this may be a trip. so, sigal, you've got the curtain. i'm going to give you $1,000 to not take whatever is behind that curtain. - oh, god. wayne: you know, we did see a car. there may be another car, or there may be a zonk.
- i'll do the curtain. wayne: you're going to give up $1,000, going to college, going to cornell, a thousand bucks could come in really handy. she's hoping there's something great behind that curtain. are you ready, sigal? curtain. jonathan: it's a giant beach chair! wayne: oh, sigal, go on and hang out with the turtle. aww. she's a minor, turtle, she's a minor. so, sherry, green gift, mr. mangum. an inhaler. jonathan: no, it's a fan. wayne: it's a fan. oh, i thought... (wheezing) so it's a fan. so, sun block, fan, glasses. this is looking a lot like a trip. take what you have, or i've got $900 in my pocket
just for you. let's take it out. right here. - the boxes. wayne: $1,000. - the boxes. wayne: $1,200. - $1,200? $1,200? wayne: could be a great vacation. - the boxes. wayne: okay. four sea shells. oh... oh, no, i mean a trip to jamaica. jonathan: it's a trip to jamaica! discover the untouched tropical beauty of the south coast of jamaica with four nights at sandals white house european village and spa. your luxury-included stay offers unlimited gourmet dining and drinks, activities such as tennis and snorkeling, nightly entertainment and much more. round trip airfare is included in this deal is worth $6,560. wayne: sherry's got a trip to jamaica. that's what i'm talking about, nice way to open up season four.
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jonathan mangum is standing by with goggles and a mallet. you know how we do. we have ten piggy banks on stage. eight of those have cash, two have zonks. each of you will choose a piggy bank. for every dollar in your bank, you'll move one step up the money ladder, all the way from $1,000, $2,000, $3,000, $5,000, $20,000. if your bank contains a zonk, you're out of the game, but your partner can continue playing. the game is over when you both pick zonks and you're out, or when you smashed enough cash to win $20,000. are you ready? - yes. wayne: who's picking first? - i'll pick first. wayne: lady baby, go. - i'm going to pick number three. wayne: number three- mr. mangum? jonathan: number three. there's cash. - yeah! jonathan: three dollars.
wayne: congratulations, you've got $1,000, you are two away from $2,000. whitman, no zonks, so just keep on playing. hit it. - eight. wayne: eight, he says. are you luckily normally, whitman? - it's my birthday. wayne: it's his birthday. give us some cash, please, pig. jonathan: more cash. wayne: if there's two dollars in there, you got $2,000. jonathan: three more dollars. wayne: you've got $2,00, plus you are two away from $3,000. okay, so now you've got cash, no zonks yet, you may as well just keep going. tiffany? - number four. wayne: number four. two dollars away from $3,000. hit it. jonathan: oh, no! wayne: oh, no. (makes zonk sound) you got a zonk. okay, so now... so, sorry, tiffany, you can take your $2,000 and you can stop. you know, $2,000 is a lot of money, or you can keep on playing.
one zonk left. you get the other zonk, you lose everything. whitman, you play on, do you feel lucky for your birthday? do you feel lucky for your birthday? - six. wayne: i guess that's a yes. - sorry, yes. wayne: no, that's good. jonathan mangum, hit it. no way. (zonk sound) the family that zonks together... okay, but wait a second, you know what, you guys have been so nice and i love babies, i love babies, i'll give you a consolation prize. pick a pig and i'll give you $100 times the money in that pig. - ten. wayne: number ten. jonathan: one dollar. wayne: that means $100. you're still leaving with something. congratulations. we've got more "let's make a deal" right after this. fourth season, we're back.
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or she can just go to jamaica. lord have mercy. so the only thing left to do s ask who wants to make a deal? (cheers and applause) you, come here, jennifer. yes you, come here. come down our fancy new stairs. hey, sweetheart. how are you doing? - i'm doing great. wayne: so you are the bucket list, right? - yeah, and it says that you have to, if i get picked... so will you put my checkmark? wayne: yes, i'll put the check mark. - i'm so nervous that i can't do it. wayne: so, so far she's gotten married, she's had a family. how many kids? - two. wayne: two, congratulations. boy, girl, girl...? - two boys. wayne: two boys, you've kayaked in the ocean, as opposed to street kayaking, which is awesome. - yeah, definitely. wayne: and you've celebrated your 14th wedding anniversary,
which you can only do once. happy anniversary, peter, nice job. so, all you have to do now is you just gotta win. - i know, and that's what it says on the back. wayne: win on "let's make a deal." okay, i like that. so, i want you to pick a number between zero and nine. - two. wayne: two, okay. now the reason i asked you to pick is because inside this envelope-- you folks at home see it-- inside this "let's make a deal" envelope there is a $100 bill. every bill printed in the u.s. has a serial number on the front. eight digits. so i'm going to show you a $50 bill right now. so here we have 57854529. all right. so you picked what? - two. wayne: two. every time the number two appears on the $100 bill inside this envelope, i'll pay you $1,000. - happily, yes, yes. wayne: the thing is, could be a $100 bill without any twos on it. so you can go for it, or i can give you curtain number three,
where tiffany coyne is standing. - i'm going to go with the envelope. wayne: go with the envelope. tiffany, what did she pass up on. jonathan: you could have won a new scooter! this retro-styled scooter features an air-cooled engine, automatic transmission, and comfortable tiered seating. and this deal was worth $3,299. wayne: here we go. you picked the number two. - i did. wayne: the serial number is 36829301. you win $1,000. congratulations. good job, you've got $1,000. so, check list, thank you so much, sweetheart. happy anniversary. wait a second, you know what?
because it's your anniversary i'll throw in the extra 50. there you go. who wants to make a deal? (cheers and applause) a-ten-hut! let's go. how are you doing, sir? this is kenneth, everyone. my friend kenneth. mr. kenneth, have you traveled a lot? - i've been around. wayne: stand over here for me so america can see you. so you've been around okay, i like that. so we're going to give you a chance to win a great trip right now. miss tiffany coyne, this is kenneth. kenneth, tiffany. tiffany: hi, kenneth, how are you? wayne: so, 236 miles-- inside this envelope is the location of the trip. now, on the envelope that says 236 miles, which means the location is 236 miles away from l.a.x., the los angeles international airport. it's one of these locations. las vegas, san francisco, lake tahoe. if you pick the right location, you win the trip.
but i can't send you without any spending money, so i'll give you $2,000. but here's the thing, if you pick incorrectly you win absolutely nothing. so, 236 miles, what's it going to be? vegas, san fran, tahoe? (audience yelling suggestions) - i'm going to say tahoe. wayne: he's going to say tahoe. now, before we go with tahoe, to see if you're wrong or if you're right and you get that $2,000 plus the trip, i'm going to give you a sure thing inside this big box. this is yours to take right now. jonathan: it's a new barbecue and smoker. - i like that. jonathan: grill up a great dinner with this barbecue cart featuring three burners and a warming rack. from bull, changing the way you barbecue. plus, slow cook your favorite meals with this dynamic electric smoker. this deal is worth $1,886. wayne: and tiffany will come by your house
and make a rack of ribs. tiffany: i will. my ribs are amazing. wayne: okay, so, that's a sure thing, you can take that right now. or you stick with tahoe, 236 miles away. - i'll take... i'll go ahead and take the grill. wayne: you'll take the grill. so he's taking the grill. does that mean that you had no confidence in your answer about tahoe, or are you feeling sure about that? - i rethought which place i wanted to select, so obviously i had to go with the sure thing, you know what i mean? wayne: absolutely. because upon cross referencing and doing a little bit of, you know, because the longitude and latitude, making sure that it lined up? - right, right. wayne: we ascertained that we were going to go with another decision at this juncture. - absolutely, absolutely, indeed. wayne: las vegas. jonathan: you could have won a trip to las vegas, you would have spent five nights in a bella suite
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hey, chris. - how are you? wayne: so, where are you from? - i'm from england. wayne: which part? - thank you-- whoo! thank you. i'm from the north of england, i'm from the frozen wastes of yorkshire. wayne: oh, yorkshire, well, thank you for being here. - you're welcome. i hope you enjoy me. wayne: i do... i'm enjoying it right now. that big box over there where tiffany coyne is standing at, that's yours, mr. chris. we're going to give you a clue by singing to you, four styles of music inside the "let's make a deal" jukebox. each one of the cds, there's cash inside. some of them have more cash than the others. so here is your thing. if you don't like what we're singing, hey, don't take the box. take the cd, cash inside. pick your style. - i'm going to go with two. wayne: two. jonathan: power ballad. wayne: power ballad, let's see how this turns out. listen carefully to the clue.
(music playing) (singing): have you ever wondered how it would be to see the world inside a screen? jonathan (singing): have you ever wondered and wondered why? wayne (singing): wondered why. jonathan (singing): 55 inches won't make you cry. wayne (singing): oh, some people experience technology from a distance, but you've got the chance to have it in three different dimensions. oh, japanese technology at your fingertips. jonathan (singing): at your fingertips.
- (singing): at my fingertips wayne (singing): at your finger tips. finger tips, finger tips, finger tips. japanese technology right here at your... - (singing): fingertips. wayne: susan boyle's nephew. so, what do you think that meant? - it's got to be a car clearly. possibly a 3-d television. that is 55 inches in girth. wayne: ooh, he listened very well. jonathan: yes, he was. wayne: so you can... gah... - you're getting hammered. you're hammered on your own show, wayne brady. wayne: so you can keep your prize, which it could be the 55-inch 3-d tv, or take the money that's inside the cd case.
- you want the box? well, the missus is telling me to go for the box, so, to keep a happy home, i'm going to go with the box. wayne: how much money did he pass up? jonathan: he passed on $1,000. wayne: oh, $1,000, that's a lot of cash. - i can live with that. wayne: okay, well, you can live without it. - i'll have to now. wayne: let see what you're going to live with. jonathan: it's a new 3-d hdtv! - all right! jonathan: this ultra-sleek 55-inch led hdtv features a vibrant color accuracy, and we're including two pairs of 3-d viewing glasses. plus we're throwing in a year's worth
of cable television service. this deal is worth $4,352. wayne: good job, chris, thank you so much for being here. we have more "let's make a dea"" right after this. the big deal of the day coming up. don't you go nowhere. and... ♪ ...wait for it... ♪ wait for it... and now it's also hawaiian breeze. two glade fragrances meet in the middle for one incredible combination. get glade 2 in 1 candles. ♪ also available in glade scented oil candles. sc johnson, a family company. in glade scented oil candles. hi, how are you doing?ne. hi, evelyn. i know it's been a difficult time since your mom passed away. yeah. i miss her a lot, but i'm okay.
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so far we have sherry in the lead with the trip to jamaica, $6,560. christopher, my friend all the way from england, 3-d hdtv and cable for a year-- come on, you don't have to steal it or anything, that's awesome-- $4,352. either one of them right now has the option if they make itme-- to the end of the show and they're still in that position, they can give everything up for a shot at the big deal worth $26,690. come on. that's a lot of money. but before we get there, i've got a deal right now called go big or go home. who wants to play? let's see, let's see, let's see. come here, you, kari, come here. how are you doing, kari? - good. wayne: what are you dressed as? a gypsy. wayne: a gypsy, or belly dancer. or an olympic hero from early greece. - whatever you'd like. wayne: sure, all of those, come with me. now you, my dear, can win curtain number three where tiffany coyne is standing.
jonathan: it's a new nissan sentra! enjoy the ride in this 2012 nissan sentra featuring a six-speed manual transmission, vehicle speed sensitive electric steering, and an auxiliary audio input. this deal is worth $17,370. wayne: you can win that car by playing go big or go home. right there on that big board are spaces filled with cash and prizes. you're going to roll this die to move the corresponding number of spaces around the board. whatever you land on, that's what you win. if you land on the space marked "go home," guess what you're doing? - going home. wayne: exactly, with nothing. but if you land on a space marked "go big," then what do you win? - the car! wayne: yes, ma'am. now, you can keep going as long as you roll good numbers, but the game ends if you land on go home, which is the zonk, or on go big, which is win the car. we're going to start you on the go big space right there and you work your way all around the board.
good luck. let's do it, kari. two, you got yourself $500. now that's the good news. bad news is if you keep on rolling and you make it all the way around, that $500 space is now turned into a go home space. so you can't land on that again. so take your $500 and go home, you're six spaces away from a go home space, or do you keep on rolling? - keep rolling. wayne: there you go. - it's go big or go home! wayne: yes, it's go big or go home. you got yourself a macy's $500 gift card. - okay. wayne: $500 plus the macy's $500 gift card. do you go big or do you go home? - go big! wayne: let's do it. that five will get you sent home. oh, a four. $750. congratulations.
so you got yourself $1,250 in cash, plus the macy's gift card for $500. do you take that or do you keep rolling? you're one space away from a go home. - okay. keep going. wayne: there you go. oh, $500. look at you. $1,750. $1,750 plus the macy's gift card. do you take that and do you stop or do you keep rolling? you're five spaces away from a go home. - oh, it's so hard because i'm a single mom and i really need money but the car is worth a lot more. wayne: oh. you rolled a five, sweetheart, and that puts you at go home. you lose the $1750 plus the macy's gift card.
i wouldn't want you to go home empty handed. you know what? roll and i'll give you $50 times whatever you roll. - thank you. wayne: you got yourself $200. congratulations. thank you so much for playing, kari. folks, we have so many deals coming up and then later on the big deal of the day. somebody is giving up whatever they won for a shot at the big deal. you gotta stick around, more "let's make a deal" fourth season, here we go. with less chronic osteoarthritis pain. imagine living your life with less chronic low back pain. imagine you, with less pain. cymbalta can help. cymbalta is fda-approved to manage chronic musculoskeletal pain. one non-narcotic pill a day, every day, can help reduce this pain. tell your doctor right away if your mood worsens,
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that would have been $2,000. now, what's in the box? jonathan: it's a beehive hat! wayne: oh. now the thing is you can't blame me for the zonk. you know who you can blame? tiffany, be careful. tiffany: okay, we're good. wayne: now don't blame me, blame haley shelton, which... haley shelton is a viewer. hey, haley. this was our very first viewer-submitted zonk. she actually came up with the zonk. if have you an idea about a zonk that you want to tell us about, submit it online at cbs.com/zonk and it might be used on the show. so good news for them, bad news for you. thank you so much, as you end your reign. give her a big round of applause. let me help you down. - thank you. wayne (singing): there she goes, miss deal. guess what? big deal of the day time!
(cheers and applause) today's big deal is worth $26,690. we're going to go back to your traders to see if they want to trade in what they've already won for a shot at the big deal. who's at the top, sherry, trip to jamaica, $6,560. sherry, stand up for me. sherry, are you keeping that trip to jamaica or are you giving it up for a shot at the big deal worth $26,560? - i'm going to go for the big deal. wayne: she's going to go for the big deal when we come back. we'll see if she picks the right door right after this. that's been wrapped in a flaky crust stuffed with a gooey center toasted up all golden brown then given a delicious design? a toaster strudel. pillsbury toaster strudel.
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wayne: $6,560. that trip to jamaica, the beach, the sand, you gave it all up for the big deal. it could be behind door one, it could be behind door two, it could be behind door three. all you have to do is pick the right door. which one is it? - okay, i see a lot threes and i have three little girls and they will love to see me on tv, so we're going to go with number three. wayne: okay, let's go with number three. first let's show you what you didn't pick. door number two. jonathan: you could have won a new living room! wayne: that could come in handy. jonathan: this modern collection included a leather sectional, walnut coffee table and matching media center, plus we were throwing in this 42-inch led hdtv. this deal was worth $7,536. wayne: that's not the big deal, but it is worth more than your trip to jamaica and that would have been really awesome
to have in the house, huh? - yes. wayne: you picked three, so we're going to show you what's behind one. are you ready? - yes. wayne: what's behind door one, this is the big deal? jonathan: you could have won a pair of appliances. - do i get the big deal? wayne: what do you think? - i think so! (cheering) jonathan: this deal included a stainless steel refrigerator featuring built-in sensors that keep conditions cold and this efficient dishwasher has six wash cycles. this deal was worth $2,398. wayne: congratulations to you, you picked door number three. you got the big deal of the day worth $26,690. you don't know what the big deal is yet, right? so we should just show you. tiffany coyne, can you please open that door so we can show her the big deal? tiffany: yes, i can. wayne: hit it. jonathan: it's a new ford escape! this spacious 2012 escape features seating for five, a power moon roof and voice- activated, hands-free calling.
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one, two, three, four, five-- you took all my money. - thank you, thank you, thank you! wayne: now, if you wanted... wait, how did you know about that? stand up, jessica, you just took my money and ran. - i follow you on twitter. wayne: bingo. she follows us @letsmakedealcbs. mangum. jonathan: yes, let's see here, stand up for me, ma'am. so what's your name? - kaela. jonathan: kaela, i will give you $100 for a piece of gum. if it's fruit flavored i'll give you $300. - i don't have gum. jonathan: thank you for playing, take a seat. wayne: tiffany coyne. tiffany: cowboy, stand up for me, please. all right, the girl earlier, she had a lasso. if you have a lasso, i will give you $100. - i don't have a lasso. tiffany: all right, bummer, thank you. wayne: what kind of cowboy doesn't have a lasso, right?