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>> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb, from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> how about that? you made it. it is try day friday, april 1st, 2016, april fool's day. dylan dreyer you came back for sloppy seconds. >> i was worried this was an april fool's prank to invite me back for another day. but i guess it is not. i get to stay. >> if you didn't see yesterday's show, go on google, you'll know -- >> there is a worm that is epic. this is called make me like you by gwen stefani.
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>> top of the charts, gwen stefani. >> she's back. >> she's back, baby. it is april fool's. wait a minute. do you dig april fool's day or -- >> i'm all right with april fool's day. >> are you a pranker or a prankee. >> i used to be a pranker. i remember one time my grandmother and my mom, we had the same dog, they looked the same, a gray miniature schnauzer and we swapped dogs one year and my dog went to the bathroom all over my grandmother's house, the other dog is getting sick all over my house and it was a prank that went -- >> did you freak your grandma out? >> she was on the way to the vet, it was just like -- >> that was a good one. >> we have some animals here. we're going to have animals who play tricks on their prey. we'll see them. they're in the -- >> oh, gosh. >> that one is in the mini room. >> i thought it was -- >> we have given our green room a brand-new look. so that -- >> oh, my gosh. how close do we have to get to that later? >> i don't think close.
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stuff. i want to say thanks to the team at fox tails for building that for us, those are a little scary. and also, do you have a lot of -- we have small spaces in new york. i don't imagine you have a lot of extra stuff laying around. >> there are things and other things and everything is hidden and under beds and boxes. >> there is this guy who we're going to meet who turned his trash from -- i guess he was a garbage truck operator for years and picked up stuff on the side of the road and ended up realizing how much it was worth. we'll find out. and that's the guy from garage gold. anyway, let's have some drinks, shall we? >> we have lots of drinks here. >> it is march madness. >> i know. >> i tune in on the end of things. >> one of those things you have to get in on the beginning, whoelt barthe whole bracket. >> save the wine. >> is that kathie lee? is she here? is it the ghost of her? seriously. is she here?
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no, that's not weird. it is april fool's day. someone is yelling. >> is it a prank. >> i don't know. she's saving save the wine. let's toast just in case. >> that was weird. all right. anyway, these are cocktails. what's going on. these are our final four -- >> spanx alert. spanx alert. >> that's talking. >> is she here? yes, she is here. she -- she's -- okay, she's flying back so she can't be here. she doesn't know how to facetime, thank god. all right. just taped her saying weird things? okay. well, something's up. all right. okay. so anyway, march madness -- >> do you know what's going on? in honor of final four, we have four cocktails. that's how we celebrate here. >> of course. this is called the teal deal for duke, duke's colors. it
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way. >> you do in. >> i don't have them in my bracket. my bracket -- >> north carolina. >> i think north carolina is going to go all the way. wait. >> you're right. the tar heels -- the heel deal. >> the heel deal. >> duke is navy, right? >> blue. >> they're out. >> trying to sound legit. i'm going to go with the sooners because my parents went to ou. both my mom and dad went to oklahoma university. so -- >> how is that? >> good. called the sooner soda. >> we don't know what's in any of these. >> we don't. >> what's that one? >> this is syracuse who is still in it, right, everyone? syracuse is in it? >> the cuse juice. >> i think it is melony. >> is that good? >> and super nova -- >> for? >> somebody. >>
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>> that one is not so great. >> a lot of chunky stuff in that. >> courtesy of the mini bar delivery, an app website that delivers essential things to your home bar within an hour. oh, my gosh. what? >> genius. i have a liquor store across the street, but still -- >> fall out of bed. that's equally as convenient. here's a question. you guys, you and your husband, me and my boyfriend, we go on vacations together. if your husband came up to you and said, hey, honey, look, i love you, but i want to go on vacation with the boys or if you said, i want to go on vacation, solo, i love you, but i'm going to go somewhere, would you feel awkward about it, would you think it was all right or -- >> i guess a little time off, if we're both taking off, i would like to go somewhere together. there is an exception with bachelor party. that's the time to go with your guy friends. bachelorette parties, time to go with my girlfriends. but we both have off at the same
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together. how about you? >> that's good. yeah, i think so. i mean, i don't mind -- i'm 51. i feel like, you know what is so weird, when you live a whole -- almost a whole life and then you meet someone later in life, it is sort of like you're trying to figure out how the puzzle pieces fit. there is joel and i on vacation. we go on lots of vacations. >> isn't he cute? look at smile. >> look at him. >> this is why you go on vacation with him. >> he is so adorable. the answer is yes, i only want to go on vacation with joel now. >> you miss him otherwise. >> it is true. the daily mail says that ten years ago, one in ten people would go on a holiday without their partner because it makes you miss them a little bit more. and if your lives are in sync, the vacation is your time together. if, you know, but i can understand -- >> we travel a lot for work. i feel like we're often traveling separate. so that you do miss each other on the little work trips. >> why was kathie lee's voice coming over the loudspeaker?
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honestly? what was that? do you know? >> i haven't heard it in a while. >> okay. >> let's go on to the next topic. we're done with that. we're going to play a game. sometimes we don't know how -- who is older, who is younger. this is fun to play. let's watch. we have got comparisons. here are the olson twins and john stamos. who is older? definitely stamos, once you add them up. >> older now. older then? >> older in the picture? wait. are we talking about who is older right in that picture or -- >> right now. so mary-kate and ashley olsen's age versus uncle joey's age back in the day. >> so joey in that picture and mary-kate in the picture. i don't understand the game. i'm going with john stamos. john stamos was born -- oh, it is not -- >> oh, put t
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put the picture back up. the twins are 29 and john stamos is 24. >> the twins are older. >> okay. so who is -- >> okay, blanch from the golden girls or madonna. let's see. >> now. >> madonna now. >> i say -- >> kathie lee is talking again. >> okay. i can't handle -- >> how do we do it day after day? >> how do we do it -- is there something hidden in the wall? how do we do it day after day? you know what -- >> did you know madonna was 57 in that picture? >> can we show it again? is that then? let's go to the next one. this one is -- this is a great game. so will smith now and uncle phil from "fresh prince". >> from then. >> is this -- worst game ever. >>
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go back to, like, ralph macuc m. wax on, wax off. he's older than mr. miyagi was back then, right? >> this game makes zero sense. >> wait. >> i would like you to tweet if you understood what the heck just happened. seriously. if you understood the game, tweet and say i understand because i don't. cheers. >> cheers, yes. >> okay. >> stay away from the duke thing, it is not -- it is not a duke drink. >> this is wheel of fortune contestant -- >> spanx alert. >> now it repeating. can anyone at home hear or one of those weird things that only we can hear in the background. >> it sounds like the voices in your head. >> okay. so on wheel of fortune, you know some people are really good at it, you look at it -- have you sat with someone and they're, like, oh, and only like an s in it, how did
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robert santoli, it is going viral, he solved the puzzle after one letter tachlt a look. >> robert. >> port and starboard. >> yeah, that's it. >> oh, what a night. >> yeah, that's it. >> i'd like to solve the puzzle. >> go ahead. >> don't let the cat out of the bag. >> yeah, that's it. >> exhilarating water slide. >> that's it, yeah. good luck. >> goofy pictures. >> you got it. >> over 45. >> i'm a huge fan of jeopardy. as soon as jeopardy is over, i watch wheel of fortune. it happened to be on. i couldn't look away, he kept getting all the -- >> is he a genius? a genius man?
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whatever -- >> i think he knew the theme of that episode was going to be nautical. so he studied a lot of nautical themes, but that doesn't help with the other ones. don't let the cat out of the bag -- >> our producers are going to make us look dumb. which is always fun on a friday. so here we go. >> hoda and -- >> dylan. >> oh, dylan. >> what do i win? nothing. >> a drink. >> again. another game, no prize. all right. >> couldn't guess my own name in that. >> exactly. >> all right, we want you guys to send us your funny mom moments. we're doing this -- we're having a segment on about that. so from spring break to birthday parties, there are a lot of parenting fails out there. so we would love to see them. we want you to know you're not alone. send us your photos or videos that illustrate your parenting fails to today.com/parentingteam and
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that. >> i'm sure we'll have a good collection. >> isn't this fun. lilliana makes your backyard beautiful. >> and things get wild when we find out what tricks these animals have up their sleeves. what are you doing right now? making a cake! ayla reminds me of like a master chef and emiana reminds me of like a monster chef. uh oh. i don't see cake, i just see mess. it's like awful. it feels like i am not actually cleaning it up what's that make mommy do? (doorbell) what's that? swiffer wetjet. so much stuff coming up. this is amazing woah. wow. now i feel more like making a mess is part of growing up. stop cleaning. start swiffering. jane likes to mix things up. that's why she loves new light & fit greek non-fat yogurt mousse. so fluffy and airy it's her new 80 calorie obsession. light & fit feel free to enjoy.
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some of the tricksters. >> hi. >> good morning. >> good morning. nice to have you here. >> who is that guy? >> this is gandolf. when people think of animal tricksters, they think of animals that camouflage, deceive other animals, but they do it in all different ways, physically or in the case of this parrot, by sound. he does -- this guy has a vocabulary like you wouldn't believe. african gray parrots, in addition to having high cognitive abilities, they can think like a small child, a human child. their vocabulary, they stretch hundreds of words, different sounds, and in the congo rain forest -- he just -- >> he whistled at dylan. >> can he -- we heard kathie lee's voice in the studio during the chat. i found out, i got to the bottom of it, we have this little speaker that was hidden with her voice on it. i want to see if he'll imitate had her. >> okay. >> save the wine! hoda, save the
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hoda, save the wine! hoda, save the wine! hoda, save the wine. >> like this bird -- >> he's trying to attack that voice. >> hoda, save the wine. >> you know what's going to happen. he won't do it now, but 4:00 tomorrow morning in my house, in my kitchen, save the wine. but it is amazing. this bird deceives predators by making sounds of other animals and communicate with other flocks and they can make any sound, any word. his lawyers advise him not to speak on camera. he's 50 years old. in addition to sound mimicry, some animals try to put up a front that they're much bigger and more dangerous than they are. >> dangerous at all? >> touch him first. then i'll tell you. this is a marine toad, aar
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species of toad, native to the rain forest. but look at how -- he makes himself like a balloon. he does not want to be eaten like a dog or other animal would want to eat this guy, but he's making himself look bigger to distract -- if you do, the next step, he blows up so you release him out of your mouth and then second step, he secretes a milky secretion. >> okay. >> let's bring out the -- now, this is interesting here. now, obviously, we know animals camouflage across all different environments. >> weird. >> this animal here, in addition to blending in with the habitat -- >> how many? >> looks exactly like its habitat. >> that's bizarre. what are they called? >> these are stick bucks, yeah. stick bugs, you find them all over the world. out of all of the creatures on the planet, this is the only one that looks exactly like --
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>> can you count how many are on here? >> one, two three, four, five, six, seven, eight. >> what is neat, they're different size, they blend in coloration and shape. some are moving. they're moving to resemble wind blowing. >> my gosh. >> that's crazy. >> got to bring on -- >> two more. >> we're scared of the gator. >> the turtle alligator thing is -- >> this is my favorite. >> of course it is. >> my favorite trickster here. this guy, this is an alligator snapping turtle. this is a young one. they'll get 300 pounds, known to be the largest. so real quick, look at the lure. he's camouflaged in the water. this is one of the only animals that lures food into its mouth and look what they can do. look at that. >> not going to put my finger anywhere near -- >> right. >> does he like hot dogs? >> he seems to. >> but -- >>
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food in. >> we have another one, we can't get to it. >> maybe next time. >> thanks so much. don't be tricked by low fat snacks. >> madeleine has food that will help you count calories. will help you count calories. today, i'm going to fight hunge♪ today, i don't want to be hungry. we just have to buy food. my family gets the food we need. i'm so glad we could help. i'm so glad someone helped. hunger lives closer than you think. purchase participating items at walmart and you can help secure a meal for someone in need through feeding america member food banks. burning, pins-and-needles of beforediabetic nerve pain, these feet played shortstop in high school, learned the horn from my dad and played gigs from new york to miami. but i couldn't bear my diabetic nerve pain any longer.
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>> braden davenport who is easily impressed by his big brother's magic tricks. take a look. >> he's got a whole rollf toilet paper to go through there. >> wow. wow, wow, wow. >> anyway, that's from america's funniest home videos. briggs is 2 1/2 years old and still loves the tissue trick, fascinated by everything his older siblings do. all righty. coming up -- >> still to come, one man who turned other people's trash into treasure. >> right after this. treasure. >> right after this.
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to move the ball forward." kathleen: i'm kathleen matthews and i approve this message. it is try day friday. look who stuck around for another day. dylan dreyer in for kathie lee f you've been counting calories and the scale hasn't budged and we know what that feels like, you may be thinking taking in more calories than you might think. >> in honor of april fool's day, made lylyn fernstrom is about t put us to the test to see the foods that can fool us. >> we have to see if the snack say trick or a treat. what game is this? >> because it is april fool's day, we wanted to have some surprises with the calories. this is the calorie game. when we call it trick or treat, a trick means the food i'm going to show you is going to have more calories than you might imagine. ready? let's begin. we'll start here with three
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ounces of raw almonds. three ounces -- >> dylan? >> trick. >> it is a trick. you're right. three ounces. you can turn it into a treat by just a small handful. >> how many calories in that? >> nearly 500. for this bowl. >> look what 500 is. i want to point out. look, look, look. one handful. >> i'm watching tv. two handfuls. >> they're not salted, they're not even that tasty. >> three handfuls. >> you have the hang of the game. let's move on to the next. these are baked pita chips and a half a cup of hummus. >> i'll tell you exactly what that is. you want to know what that is? that's a treat. >> that's a -- no, that's a trick. this is more than 400 calories. you can turn this into a treat for baked pita chips are about the same calie
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you won't have any saving. you can downsize your whole serving or swap out and use veggies. >> is that hummus? >> this is hummus. only half a cup. 200 for each. >> okay. >> hummus. >> now something, a nice treat. this is a champagne cocktail made with champagne, a little cognac and a sugar cube on the bottom. >> trick. or not a trick? >> i think it is a treat. >> it is a treat. it is around 150 calories. it is a nice little festive drink. if you want something a little different from vodka and soda or champagne. okay. let's move on to something we all love. here are super large chocolate dipped -- >> you know what that is? that's a treat. >> that is a treat. >> right. >> good treat? >> it is a treat because each one are only about 40 calories each. it is a wonderful thing. great indulgence. >> the coating of
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>> dark chocolate. >> next, for those that don't know, ants on a log, reduced fat peanut butter, stuffed celery sticks with raisins. >> treat. >> wrong. >> i think that's a healthy treat. >> it is. but the calories in this is more than 400 calories. most of it from the reduced fat peanut butter which does not have fewer calories than regular peanut butter. >> just have a snicker's if you're going to eat that. >> it is almost -- almost as good. close. next we have some red peppers with a half a cup of guacamole, pure guacamole. >> that's a treat. >> give it. >> what do you think? >> it is a treat. >> peppers are so boring. >> guacamole, and your peppers. >> last. >> this is a treat for anyone, any time of year. a fried chicken breast. do you think this is a trick or a treat. >> i go with treat because i want to believe it is a treat. >> you would be right. believe it or not,
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believe it, this is about 300 calories. have some vegetables, fits into any calorie budget. nice treat. >> nice. >> i think dylan got that. 4-4, tie? did i win? >> hoda won. >> you won. >> come on. >> that's a treat. >> to find out if popcorn is a trick or a treat, head to today.com. are we giving it away? no. all right. >> wait until you see what a retired garbage collector found in the trash. >> and how to turn yours into cash right after this. cash right after this.
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today, i'm going to fight hunge♪ today, i don't want to be hungry. we just have to buy food. my family gets the food we need. i'm so glad we could help. i'm so glad someone helped. hunger lives closer than you think. purchase participating items at walmart and you can help secure a meal for someone in need through feeding america member food banks. we have tons of junk sitting around our homes. i do. some people donate it. some people sell it. some choose to trash it. one man who knows that all too well is nelson marina. >> he's a retired sanitation worker for the city of new york. he's created treasures in the trash gallery. take a look.
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>> i started a long time ago. i started maybe 30 years ago. i go out and pick it up. what you see here, 85% of this stuff i picked up. >> that's right. nelson was a trash collector for 30 years. but some of the stuff he came across was just too good to toss. >> lena horn, 1965. i think first edition of one of her books. i'm glad i saved it from the garbage. bette midler, and i opened it up, her signature inside. cameras, movie projectors, photo albums. my co-workers would bring stuff in. >> they filled an entire garage of these fabulous finds but were prohibited from selling any of the goods. >> it automatically belongs to the city of new york. >> little does he know, this cure rated collection could be worth some serious cash. if you check out the typewriters like these on ebay, they can go
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and old instruments, they could be worth from a couple of hundred to a couple of thousand. but to nelson, it is not about the money. >> i call it treasures in the trash. i opened up the bag and see it something and i turn that trash into what you see here now. trash into treasures. >> this guy right here knows a lot about finding treasures in the trash. greg banfil runs a business cleaning out trash out of homes. >> you can see him on the show "garage gold." he's here to help you make some money off your stuff which might be worth big bucks. >> isn't it surprising if -- the stuff that people throw, looking at the books and signs -- signed books. does it amaze you how much stuff winds up getting tossed. >> every dobb i do the job amazes me. 87% of the stuff we throw out is rescyclable or re-useable. you can sell it yourself or you could donate
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>> looking at all this stuff here that i know my dad has tucked away at home, we have a bunch of -- i'm sure a lot of people have this stuff at home. we'll look at the example. >> let's go to the first example. click. >> china can be very valuable if it is a full set. this collection is missing several serving pieces. so it might be a tough sell. >> what do you think of that? what do you think that's worth? >> china, you can look at it in two different ways. if you have a full set, very easy to sell. >> i have a full set. >> very easy to sell. especially if as an old er set. but if you're missing pieces, and you have time and patience, you could actually turn around and sell those individual pieces. >> how do you research? how do you know if you have something worth something or not? >> look online, you can find local dealers, there is an amazing website for china called replacements.com and you can look on their site and it has every
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ever imagine, what it is going for and we can sell it to them if you didn't feel like -- >> replacements.com. let's fast-forward to the next one. >> yes. >> holy cow. this is a garage gold first. >> very nice. >> really nice. >> sweet. >> i have a dollhouse at home too. >> a dollhouse. >> what about that dollhouse there? >> that was one of the most phenomenal things to me that i found in the nine years i've been doing this. >> why? >> because it turned out that was worth $1500. >> what? >> i had no idea that dollhouses could be worth that much money. but -- >> and not really finished. >> that was from a company called hofco, from 1967 to 1969 and they weren't expensive at the time, but because they're so rare and such a limited run made, now they're, like, the cream of the crop. >> a collector's item. >> oh. >> maybe the one your dad made for you isth
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>> could be. >> fast-forward again. >> book from w.c. fields. that's what makes it even cooler. an autograph. >> nice, nice. >> holy cow. >> that is icing on the cake to find an autographed copy of a book. >> books are best-sellers, by far, which is great. but i always tell people you have to look inside of them because of instances like that. we probably have come across 20 to 30 autographed books in the years i've been doing this. that turned out to be $1900. just because it was autographed by w.c. fields. >> it says to chick dee loco. >> does it matter? >> it depends who is autographing it and how old the signature was. there was not a lot of w.c. fields autograph with the book. the woman who it belonged to was a friend of his as a child. $1
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>> yes. and can you sign a book for me? thanks. >> my remote never works. >> look at this. >> yeah. >> that's pretty cool. >> did you see these? these little fondue clocks. >> fondue clocks? >> like fondue sticks. >> you relate everything to food. >> how cool? >> people look at them and think, nobody is going to collect those, first of all. but there are a ton of clock collectors out there, number one. number two, if you have a clock and doesn't work, people think, it is junk. it is not. you can sell those online for a good amount of money just because somebody needs one or two pieces off of it. >> how much are those worth? about? >> those are only about $60 a piece, but together $180. >> thanks so much. >> thanks for the info. >> you can catch the garage gold marathon beginning monday morning on the diy network. >> and outdoor decor for under 50 bucks. >> lilliana has her lux for less in backyard bargains coming up after this
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well, well, well. look at us in lilliana's dressing room. look who is with me. i have dylan. >> we bring visits near tors in dressing room. welcome. >> i want to go outside. >> do you? >> like that? >> okay. >> i think we all have a little bit of spring fever. it is time to move the indoors outdoors and start spending time outside. we'll make your outdoor patio or deck come to life. let's start with succulents. this is a huge trend in home now that everyone has the same potters and planters, so we found these, these are from a company call ed dude works. they're hand painted. they're available at a company called eleven eleven and they range from $11 to $16 and they ship with the succulents
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require a lot of water. perfect for people like me. >> that sounds good. >> this is a collection i'm so excited about. this is mary michael for target. it does not launch until april 17th. this is part of the outdoor collection. i didn't know we had mood lighting. >> i love that. these are awesome. >> big candle holders, lantern holders. >> electric, obviously. >> electric. these are outdoor proof. so the fabric, you can keep outside if it rains, fine. and they come in really fun patterns and coordinate the whole thing. everyone wants lights outside. problem is a lot of times you don't have an electrical outlet. these are l.e.d. lights, last forever, battery operated. >> oh. are these waterproof? >> these are not. i love these if you get 20 in a set, sometimes you get five, this is a great value, pier one. >> i wonder what it looks like with the lights down.
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>> this is the hammock chair from lakeside. this is one of best values online now. this is $17.95, available at lakeside.com. >> i'm going to say something, this is what nightmares are made of. seriously. look at these two. these are -- this is, like -- >> i don't think they're bad. this part is a little weird. >> lilliana, you're 100% until these two freaky things. >> we'll be back with more fun in a moment. >> first this is "today" on nbc. .
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dylan, we had fun, haven't we? you survived two days with me. >> thank you. >> we want to give a shoutout to our auction winners. tina gold and steve gold who are here.
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thank you for coming. >> thank you so much. >> you can just sit right there. sit right there. thank you, guys, so much for coming. kath left this. >> oh. >> so happy you're here. >> okay. i don't -- >> i'm happy too. >> they're happy to win. >> oh, you were -- oh! wait. i was going to point out, we were told you were auction winners. he was wandering around the back, talking on the phone, i was, like, who was that? he was eating chips, making noise with the chip bag. >> i said at the beginning, look, we can have her on but not have him on. did i not
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>> you were like this, on the phone, you were on the air, like, hey, dude, i can't talk. like that. you had your fun. now i get it. >> now i don't hate you. >> excellent. >> hold on. okay. here's something from kathie lee. just real quick. >> i love you, hodawoman. >> let's hear it one more time. >> your microphone. >> i love you, hodawoman. >> kathie lee is back next week. mindy kalig and a throwback performance by cheap trick. >> thank you for having me. .
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