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this morning on "today's take," slow cooker secrets revealed. the tricks and shortcuts that will change your life. >> then, find out how yoko ono is >> from nbc news, this is "today's take" with al roker, tamron hall and billy bush live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> welcome to "today" on this tuesday morning, september 27th. right after the big debate.
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did it deliver as a spectacle. we thought there would be fireworks between the two. i would say yes on that front. >> let me tell you just my social media alone, everyone seemed to be engaged. we'll see what ratings are. i think policy-wise lacking on both sides. if hillary clinton's goal was to make temperament the a-1 topic of the morning, that seems to be the a-1 topic, al. >> i think so. i think the fact that you look. temperament when that happened, that moment. check it out. it's amazing. >> i have much better judgment than she does. there's no question about that. i also have a much better temperament than she has. you know. i have a much better -- i think my strongest asset maybe by far is my temperament. i have a winning temperament. i know how to win. there's a person with a temperament that's got a
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okay. >> that was kind of the moment. the whoo and the shimmy. >> optics go. you have sniffles on his side and then you have the shoulder shimmy on her side. >> on another network he said he didn't have the sniffles and it was a bad microphone. >> that's what we call the spin in this business. this morning donald trump was on "fox & friends" said there was something wrong with his mike. if you look at social m one noticed an audio problem at home. there are some people who said there was an issue for a few minutes in the auditorium but nothing that was broadcast to potentially 100 million people. >> it's funny. the last time we as a family, nick, deborah, leila, myself, sat there and watched tv together was the super bowl. >> wow. >> did it deliver?
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>> the kids -- nick fell asleep. >> nick is, like, i'm out. >> i'm staying up. i'm staying up -- >> 90 minutes is a long time without any commercial breaks. the question to billy's point, there will be many things to measure. ratings but also the most important did either of them move the polls. did either of the candidates pull in even 1%, 2% of those still undecided? or maybe those who are supporting stein? did they move the meter? >> we've been wrong. in the hallways here on msnbc, the policy wonks and the analysts have been wrong every step of the way. most people have said to me this morning they don't think donald trump hurt himself at all with the people who are already going to vote for him. your point. i think as i saw it, she -- you got what you got. she overprepared. she was totally prepared.
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wung it and it was evidence in the debate. you're going to elect somebody. one is going to overprepare and one is going to wing it. >> there were some who said she overprepared and used that as a negative. i said last night on twitter was this intellect versus gut? if you have a kid doing homework while watching the debate, would you want your child going in for a test tomorrow morning and going for their gut or prepare? which is important to you? >> she made that or criticizing me for preparing. yes, i did prepare. and just like i'm preparing for president. there were a number of big moments. take a look. >> look at all of these places where so many of their jobs and their companies are just leaving. they're gone. hillary, i just ask you this. you've been doing this for 30
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for 30 years you've been doing it and now you're just starting to think of solutions. i will bring -- excuse me. i will bring back jobs. you can't bring back jobs. >> i have thought about this quite a bit. >> for 30 years. she doesn't have the look. she doesn't have the stamina. i don't believe she does have the stamina. >> well, as soon as he travels to 112 countries and negotiates a peace deal, a release of dissidents and opening of new opportunities and nations around the world, or even spends 11 hours testifying in front of a congressional committee, he can talk to me about stamina. >> i just left detroit. i just left philadelphia. i just -- you know, you've seen me. i've been all over the place. you decided to stay home. and that's okay. i will tell you, i've been all over. i met some of the greatest people i'll ever meet within
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very, very upset with what their politicians have told them and what their politicians have done. >> i think donald just criticized me for preparing for this debate. and, yes, i did. you know what else i prepared for? i prepared to be president. and i think that's a good thing. >> she locked eyes with him on that delivery. we were talking earlier about whether it's fair to focus in on the sniffing or the drinking of the water or what saw as a smirk. 40 years later we're talking about nixon not wearing makeup with kennedy. it's optics. when people get this we shouldn't talk about the body language, we are still talking about the impact that it had physically with nixon and kennedy. >> i saw the lincoln/douglas debate. >> you moderated it. >> unbelievable. they still say he should have shaved. he didn't. >> we spoke earlier, you and i,
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donald was fairly strong and then it seemed to run out of stamina or run out of gas the next 60 minutes was all about hillary. i'm wondering did a bunch of guys watch the first 30 minutes and say he's doing okay and i'm going to watch football and woke up today saying i thought he was great. >> you don't know what's going to happen with donald trump, which is why the ratings and cable news especily speeches. this is one of those rare moments that like leaving the football game at the end and you think your team is up and then you're running back from the parking lot. >> that was really the first quarter. >> she was ready. she was ready. the campaign as a team was ready ten minutes after the debate released this whole thing about miss universe, miss piggy. >> here's a little factoid for you. the number one tweeted thing of the night or retweeted, donald
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climate change a hoax. of course in this age you have to watch what you tweet out. the number one tweeted thing was a tweet where he called climate change a hoax. that was the number one tweet. >> up next, they were once the hottest couple in hollywood. we're not talking about brad and angelina. we're not talking about donald and hillary kiefer and julia until julia called off the wedding at the last minute but the reason was courageous according to kiefer. >> a lot of people don't realize
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gordon steps up and hits a home run. he went to his lefty. ripped one over the fence. balling tears as he runs around the plate right there. so much tragedy in this. jose was expecting a child with his girlfriend. a boating accident early sunday morning. he was on the cusp of a giant contract. one of the biggest. probably the biggest in major league baseball. >> arguably many people agreed >> for sure. and marlins beat mets 7-3. mets announcers were in tears. it was just a small little moment there hitting the home run and letting the crowd come together. that was emotional. all going on while the debate was happening. >> the manager of the team said over the weekend just talked about what a great guy he is and all of the things that he -- these milestones in life he'll miss. he's 24 years old. a father as you mentioned to be. our thoughts and prayers are
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obviously. >> for sure. now, remember, it was 1990 on the set of flat liners where kiefer sutherland and julia roberts met and fell in love and on the fast track to marry in 1991 head over heels for each other. kiefer tells "people" she was arguably the most famous woman in the world and this wedding was supposed to be something between the two of us. it became so big and courage to say i can't do this. so julia dropped him right there. i think that's tough. everyone is into the -- you get swept up in it. >> j. lo talks about that with men affleck when they were engaged how this becomes so big and even though you're a celebrity, you're still a couple trying to figure this out. it becomes overwhelming. >> you don't want to upset the whole world and you know you're
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marriage. >> one is maybe longer than the other. >> she went onto marry lyle who is a very sexy man. mark anthony. >> both terrific singers. lyle lovett. >> i remember when they became engaged. >> your man spread -- you're pressing against my leg right now. it's like a reverse thigh master. >> because of my man spread, they put in "today's take." >> women at home couldn't take it anymore. they were, like, billy's man spread, you're drawing us in. >> sorry about that. >> censorship right here. ladies and gentlemen, this is called nbc censorship. >> as they said in just a thin layer between you and me.
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wheel of yours? when did this happen? when do we lose? >> total knee replacement middle of next month. i've been -- i had a knee replacement on the left 15 years ago. favoring the right knee. of course no secret i was much heavier. i just finally wore down all of the cartilage. >> how long will you be away? >> all things being equal about a week and a half. >> what made you decide to do it now? >> the pain. >> you hide it. when we ran into lake michigan, we did the polar plunge there. >> you ran. i kind of limped. >> shimmied. >> shoulder shimmy. >> you said you want a bedazzled cane. >> thank you very much. >> i might name this michael.
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that can freeze. split your pipes and cause a leak. here is the solution. this is a frost proof version of the same thing. how about manly there? >> so manly. >> turn this and now all the way through the wall inside the house, that is where the water is stopped. so nothing is going to freeze because this is space inside. >> doing work drilling into foundation. >> take this apart, take it off. if you can't do it, a plumber will do it quickly. $30 for the equipment. otherwise a plumber is in and out in 30 minutes. >> good. i'm not good at soldering. >> 30 bucks for equipment and plumbing. >> small price for peace of mind. >> beautiful plants. we may be able to plant now that will make it through to spring. >> people think spring is best time to plant but some plants to go in when we are talking about the fall. so this right here, a knockout rose. that one is going to give you flowers all year long.
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put it in the ground right now. leaves go away. you get beautiful berries in the winter. and then of course the bulbs. great time to plant bulbs. beautiful color in the spring coming your way. >> we can do this now? >> you have to do the bulbs now. >> must do bulbs now. >> i love your lawn. you fertilize your lawn. one of the most important times to fertilize because even though blades slow down in growing fertilize it because you feed the roots. roots continue to grow during the fall. that's going to set you up for a great spring lawn. >> heating bill goes through the roof if we don't seal windows. i happen to know that. >> a lot of moving parts. where the window comes together, make sure they're sealed. tighten them down with locks. add additional locks and you've got weather stripping that should go around on sides, underneath. tighten it up. warm and comfortable in the
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>> so i can show my wife me doing something handy. how do you get the tape off? >> your wife is impressed. >> right there. underneath. put it down. >> not on the bottom side. don't need to meet each other. >> that's enough. right there. >> little things that you can do. thank you very much. good to see you. the new season for "this old house" premiere on pbs this thursday and coming up, al catches up with yoko ono who is inspiring a new generation of musicians. rs
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welcome back. for the last 19 years, yoko ono has been keeping lennon's legacy alive through the john tour bus working with more than 5 million students across the country providing hands-on music production experience. i got to catch up with yoko to see how firsthand it's changing kids' lives. these students from frank sinatra school of the arts in queens, new york, got a chance to play for a legend. they performed the song for yoko
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lennon tour bus founded in 1998, the bus is a state of the art music production space that provides students with free, hands-on opportunities to create music. this bus basically brings music to kids. >> bringing music to everywhere. and it's very important because the education or music has been dropped in most schools. >> lennon would have loved. >> i know. just want it to be fun. >> after the song is complete, students create a music video to go along with it. i was even given a cameo. >> many students who come onboard have never realized that the star that's on the center of the stage is really just one person that makes the whole project come to life. all of the audio, video and
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scenes are involved in really good paying careers and if our kids don't know about them, they can't go for it. >> when you see these kids in here, does it bring you back a little bit thinking about when you were younger and creating music for the first time? >> i miss john. we would make good music. always laughing. >> do you have a favorite beatles song? >> i mean, all of the songs are really interesting. >> "yesterday." >> when i hear it in a restaurant or something, i feel glad about it and also, it's just, you know emotional. >> are there any artists you listen to today that you feel strongly about that you really
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>> me. >> you know what i find hard to believe, 45 years the song "imagine" was released. >> i didn't know this. >> you didn't know that? 45 years? 45 years ago. wow. >> when you first heard it, did you have any idea that song would have such staying power and mean so much to so many generations? >> it does mean so much to people but >> yoko ono recently attended an event with sir paul mccartney. >> everybody looks young. i couldn't believe it. paul and ringo looked so young. i'm i'm sure they're pleased about that. >> you said music keeps you young.
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lennon busier than ever. if you had one wish for this bus, what would it be? >> peace and love. not forget peace and never forget love. >> good advice from a legend. the lennon bus will travel around new york city through the month of october. you can check out the full music video from the kids at the frank sinatra music school on today.com. this smells dishes. set it and forget it. things at once in your slow cooker. the hack that will change your life in the kitchen. life in the kitchen. this one is reallyi love bread. i love ice cream. pizza! peanut butter. tacos! i love ramen. anything chocolate. chicken tacos, pork tacos. and now that i've learned to manage what i eat, i can still eat the foods i love. every. single. day. members have lost 15% more weight in the first two months on the beyond the scale program
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tools in the kitchen and has an entire fan blog dedicated to it talking about the good old fashioned slow cooker and today we take it to a new level. we have slow cooker hacks to make all of our lives much easier in the kitchen. good morning, good to see you. >> i got to be honest with you. a year ago i never used a crock pot. i was a crock pot virgin. i'm not going to lie. i'm telling you, it absolutely changed my life.
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so we're going to make lasagna in our crock pot. i'm telling you. this is our favorite part, the fact we're starting with dry noodles. we don't have to worry about boiling them, overboiling them. getting them stuck. >> just layer them down. >> absolutely. we'll start. >> do you need nonstick anything. >> you can. this is a nonstick crock pot. this one is fancy. if you don't have one, i would go ahead and do a nice layer of a little bit of spray. we start with tomato sauce and we'll add our meat and after >> just like you would lasagna in a pan. >> no different whatsoever. now a lot of people would say so why in the world would you need to do this? why can't you stick it in the oven? it's lasagna. you're going to someone's house, you can take the whole crock pot with you and plug it in when you get there and you're not taking up valuable space. >> does it take longer cook
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other? >> of course, it does. that's the beauty. you can do it in the morning and then have it when you get home. you don't have to mind it. i don't know about y'all but it's football season and we are excited. and every weekend i'm going around the house going we don't have enough dips. we don't have enough dips. we need more dips. we'll do two dips in one crock pot. >> you start out with a piece of foil in the middle. >> this is our divider. you can get these bags at the grocery store. they're made for a crock pot. then we're going to do another one on this side. see how we're doing this? i'm telling you, we'll have plenty of dips. so all day long on saturday and sunday there's going to be lots and lots of wonderful things. we'll pour this in. this is fireside dip. that's what my grandmother called it. add that in. you have to be careful. this is a two-person job to have
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that's your cue. >> passive aggressive. that's how she is. true southern woman. bless her heart. >> i know what bless her heart means. >> what kind of dip is this? >> blue cheese and bacon. this is one of my absolute favorites. >> when can i eat this? you can make two dips at once in your crock pot and there you have it. and that's the finished product. >> this is fantastic. >> even if you don't like blue cheese, it's creamy enough and has other things. isn't that nice? love it. here we are. this is my favorite. so we've got our tacos. we make tacos in the crock pot all the time. what we do is you can keep tortillas warm. go ahead and put them on top here. we'll take this pie plate. set it in. we can stick that right on top. now, think about it.
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warm bacon or sausage on top. there are lots of different things that you can do. >> we have to have you back. you said you can make a cake in a crock pot. >> fudge, brownies. >> can you make anything low cal? i'm trying to work on my lines here. >> billy, fish is absolutely amazing. she knows what it is, she's a fine chef. we're not talking about your culinary abilities today. i'm just kidding. fish does beautifully in here. you cannot overcook it. it's unbelievably simple. do a beautiful layer of wonderful vegetables, maybe some lima beans, some corn. lay your salmon or sea bass on top of that. put it in the crock pot. fresh herbs on top. >> we love elizabeth for so many reasons.
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>> your skin can't be damaged, right? >> unbreakable. heat, cold, super strength. >> i want to watch it. >> al wouldn't let you hear it. >> you're in the marvel family now. what do you think about this? are you a superhero fan? a fan girl? >> i am now. i'm a fan girl now. i never something that i'm in before ever. i tell strangers all the time since we started shooting i said you just wait. you just wait. i am now. i wasn't before. >> your son? >> my son thinks i'm the coolest thing in two shoes. >> i love that. i read a quote where you said this show is call and response. we'll be watching it like al yelling at the screen. >> it's shanghai. >> sounds good.
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that. >> i notice the guy from "house of cards" plays -- he's evil. >> he's not evil. he is fabulous. >> he's the other side of the coin. >> he takes care of business. >> other side of the coin. >> you're the -- you know what, we use what's at our disposal. >> you're a politician who is going to do good for her community no matter what it takes. >> you just keep watching al. >> that's a tease. it is in i read that there was a time when you were struggling actor and you lived in harlem. how was it to come back as a superhero? >> it was really nice. i'm actually in harlem and i used to live there and they would shoot something and i would wonder what they're shooting and trucks and stuff like that. i drove a car to new york city and sometimes they would ask to move your car. you're shooting in my neighborhood. i want to work on my block. i moved to l.a. and now i'm
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>> what's his back story? how did he get these powers? >> wrongly convicted sent to prison illegally experimented on and that experiment saved his life but used powers to escape. blue collar guy. tries to self-develop and change the way he's leading his life and trying to lay low. he's a hopeless romantic looking looking for the next phase of his life. he's just trying to stay out of trouble. he goes to harlem and meets this character. >> looking all over for love in harlem. >> love is easy to find in harlem. >> it is. >> it falls in my lap. >> you have a new baby? >> i do. i do. 16-month-old. she's in l.a. i do a lot of jet setting back
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>> alfre is an empty nester. we did a photo shoot with you and your daughter. your daughter was at home. now both kids are gone. >> both of them are gone. >> you can baby sit. >> mike won't let me near his baby. >> that's not true. >> he knows my parenting skills are very new day and liberal. >> my nanny is number one. wife is number two. dog is number three. i'm number four. stepping in front of me. >> you'll be busy for a while. this is going to the defenders. jessica jones, iron fist, dare devils. luke cage. you're going to be busy. >> al knows once your in the marvel family it's gold for your
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vitrano alongside brian gotter...lets get a check of the weather.. despite showing a despite despite showing a tight race in the polls here in wisconsin... hillary clinton still has not announced plans to campaign here. donald trump will hold a rally tomorrow night at the waukesha county expo center.chelsea clinton will campaign for her mother here on friday. the location has not yet been announced. wisconsin elections officials have started mailing postcards to hundreds of thousands of people telling them how to register to vote.the first batch went out monday, with the rest to follow later this
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?happy music? [whistle blows, ball bounces] mom avo: on soccer saturday, i bring a cooler full of delicious and wholesome buddig premium deli meat. the surprisingly- affordable, deli-quality
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keep me going. to make more than a sandwich. from nbc news, this is "today." with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb, live f rockefeller plaza. hello, everybody. we are solad you're with us today for who's day tuesday, it's september 27th already. that's yesterday's song by hunter heys. >> i love that. >> we're at the end of september. going into october. halloween. it's crazy. >> yeah. >> we have a big show today. mandy moore is here, the pop superstar turned actress is starring in one of the buzzed about new shows.
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>> "this is us." >> i know that i was -- wait, what was last night, monday? >> yes. >> so tonight is "this is us." >> so you haven't missed it. >> if you haven't seen it, just watch the first night before tonight, it's so worth it. >> yeah. >> also with us, if you have a child who plays soccer, you're going to want to hear what carly lloyd has to say. she's one of the most celebrated soccer players around the world. sh overlooked, underappreciated, and her coach told her basically you don't work hard enough and don't have the mental discipline. look at them now. >> then joy bower is right there in the kitchen. remaking two favorites french toast and tater tots. >> junk food into joy food. here's a hint, free trip to wine country.
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>> tony and emmy winning singer and great actress, kristen. >> she is awesome. >> if you're one of those people who wake up in the morning and do a few things and check your horoscope, we have breaking news. all right. so if you believe in astrolly is, you know how everybody has their sign. i'm a leo, you're a leo, whatever. nasa has changed the math behind the consolation. this is nasa. so tis >> people are freaking out. >> freaking. because you feel like oh, you associate with your sign. so you may not be the sign you think. all right. so they realized the ancient astrological calculations created over 3,000 years ago only -- >> babylon. >> only used 12 constellations. there are 13. here's the other one. ophiuchus.
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>> okay. >> it's the 13th sign. so, somebody has a new sign, it's not one of the 12 that you know. it's the form of a snake bear, it's been added. those people who are from the ophuichus, they are -- if you were born between november 29th and december 17th, you're now that. okay. the traits of those people, they're seekers of knowledge, flamboyant style of dress, and great >> we got wondering, does that affect us? kath, august 16th. >> and always will be. >> you are a leo, and will always be. >> i never read my horoscope once. >> these are bold -- confident, stuff like that. you are those things. >> you and i are a lot alike. >> i was a leo. and the word is was. i was born august 9th, what are they talking about? >> you're now -- i hate the word
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see, there's a reason not to read it. >> cancers are highly imaginative, loyal, emotional, but they can be moody, suspicious, and manipulative. >> wait, go back to leo. i want to read leo again. leo -- >> creative, passionate, generous, stubborn, yes, laze, flexible. i can be some of those things. wait. suspicious, manipulative and moody. i'm not moody. >> you're not any of those things. >> see, see. >> i mean, nothing against people who are cancerous, because, good for you. >> all righty. did we show you those yet? >> you're going to look and now everyone's getting close to the tv because they want to see. i'm trying to see if anyone in my family has been changed. my mom's a pisces. october 17th. where is that? anybody. oh, here it comes.
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>> how is a libre. people are made that their sign has changed. nasa had to release a statement. >> i love this. here at nasa, we study astronomy, not astrolly is. we didn't change any zoed yak signs, we just did the math. >> smart people are dream breakers. >> also important, today is national voter registration day. we don't care how you vote, w make sure you are registered. 6 million people -- >> they missed registration. you can't vote. >> stat out. if you want to vote, and everybody should. you've got to get in there. get registered. 70% of americans are registered. if you want to register, go to vote.usa.gov to register. or confirm your registration. >> katy perry teamed up with funny or die to encourage everybody to vote.
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you know, november 8th is election day, and i've got some great news. year, you can look like -- when you vote. perfect. in the name of democracy, any just out of bed look is aok. a child's onesie. hunk in kids' briefs. that free xl t-shirt you got from the your bank. the breakout. dimension the hunk in the briefs. or, if you're like me -- i sleep naked. yep. let those babies loose because -- >> all right ma'am, that's enough of that. no, no, no, come on, let's go. >> you too? >> joel mchale. >> joel mchale is anywhere. >> love him. >> tom hanks is sometimes called
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such a wonderful guy. here's further proof. >> just jogging in new york in central park, and low and behold, he saw a couple taking wedding photos. he decided to say hi, then he posed with them. she took those photos and -- >> what a memory. >> can you imagine? he's such a sweetheart. such a great guy. >> we reached out to the couple on their honeymoon and ghaesz, they got back to us. >> wait, it's a first. >> >> wait a minute. which one? this one? >> wait, that's never happened. is this a first? >> i think it's a first. >> wow. >> oh my [ bleep ]. >> wow, that's amazing. >> that's going to run us. we're not used to respect. they asked us to make sure we say thank you to tom hanks for them on the air. so we are saying thank you right now. >> and tom asked for a selfie for him to put on twitter and he posted that. and he is such a cool guy. speaking of weddings since
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married. do you like when you go to a wedding and there are assigned seats? name plates and you sit in your assigned seat? sometimes you go, is it my table? >> people put thought into this. >> yeah. >> so there must be a reason they have you sitting next to somebody you've never met before. you know, you're world's apart in things that you're interested in. i always prefer open seating. i just do. >> sit where you want. >> yeah. >> and frank and i hated it when people would separate together. >> exactly. >> have you ever gone up to a table -- >> you have, hoda. >> notice there are cards there and gone like, switch. and switch. i've done it. only because you have a short window of time to like enjoy the dinner, and you don't know the person and you don't to want start off as hi, stack it back up. >> anyway. the huffington post asks, can
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so woman wrote in saying she was 26, wasn't bringing a plus one. you can't always do that anyway. is it okay to seat her with her parents. >> huff posts says this, they already planned to seat you as family or they may be planning to put you with others your age hoping to create dynamic fun at the reception. >> it would be okay to send a polite e-mail with the request. >> no bride wants to get e-mails about -- i don't know if we're going -- but you know -- >> you won't be sitting together? >> cody and cass, and my granddaughter is going. it's a family wedding. not one of my kids. oh, i'd be freaking. >> would you be freaking out? >> what if people were sending you e-mails about where you're sitting. >> so, adele's album, the fantastic -- oh. >> whoa. >> okay, that is unnecessary.
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>> what am i doing? >> wait a minute, what's the point? >> i'm about to lose my dinner. >> what is cassidy looking at you? >> maybe i'm blowing out a candle or something. >> there are no candles. >> what was that? >> it's some rando -- somebody in the control room is bored. they're digging through pictures. >> i remember that dress, and i miss it. >> that's the takeaway from that photo? >> all right. adele's cd, it's her album, has gone diamond. >> yeah. >> now it's her second album of the status 21 was the first. means it sold 10 million copies in the u.s. >> i've never heard of diamond. i thought there was platinum. diamond. >> yeah. >> recording industry association of america. >> so other people in the ranks with adele's 25, these ones are in there, the beatles, sergeant
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abandon. bruce springsteen born in the usa. >> weren't some gather brooks albums in there? >> diamond, yes. >> yeah. >> gather's in there. of course he is. >> i would say, michael jackson, but there's a level double -- >> double diamond. >> double diamond. >> pretty crazy. all right. we've all been watching the royals frolic around beautiful vancouver. and she is just turning heads more and more all the . she wears clothes beautifully. she wore this $1,300 cocktail dress last night for a reception. look how beautiful. the asymmetrical neckline. the diamond make believe pin is borrowed from the queen. she inherited it from the late queen mother, it was given to her by king george vi to mark their state visit to canada back in 1939. she's so el gadget.
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carriage. she's regal. >> effortless. >> it's so nice to see such a classy couple. you know. in this world we live in today where there's so little class. >> she is a ten. earlier wore this alexander mcqueen dress, inspired by the canadian flag. that goes for $5,200. and this is the jenny blue suit. >> look at that. look at the whole family. >> i know it. >> look at them. >> all color coordinated. >> if y or depressed, go flipping through some of these pictures. you're happy now. >> find your happy place. >> find it. all right. no tricks, but you'll be in for a treat when we give away five lucky people. >> carly lloyd, and her off the field struggle to get to the top of the her game. she says you can too. plus a new hit show and so much more. mandy moore. >> yeah. >> yeah. right after >> yeah. right after after 40 years of making chicken soup at progresso,
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recognize this song? that's the 1999 hit "candy" by mandy moore. >> just 15 years old mandy released her first record. she is known for starring roles in teen movies like the princess diaries. >> and the role as the shy high school student who falls in love with the popular guy in "a walk to remember." >> that's an awesome one. mandy stars in nbc's about new show. it is an awesome show. it is called "this is us." where she plays a wife and expecting mother of triplets. take a look. >> i'm sorry for anything i'm going to say in the next two hours. i mean none of it. >> you're going to mean some of it. >> i am almost glad schneider's appendix burst. >> i thought we might have a conversation now before things
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>> that sounds nice. >> you have grandchildren? >> not that kind of conversation. >> great to see you. >> you realize that you are a star of one of the biggest hits. >> i am honored and flattered that people are liking the show and watching. we are all so proud of it. >> it is more than likely. hoda can't stop talking about it. i watched it again to pick up on things i might have missed because of the surprise end that we don't want to give away. when you got the script did you right away think this might be a hit? >> i knew that it was really elevated nuanced writing. it felt different than anything -- it felt so different from anything else on television landscape right now. i think that is what is resonating with people. people want to be moved. they want to cry. they want to be able to relate it to their own life. i think the show has a little
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>> you get to really exercise your acting chops in this. you don't just play yourself present tense. you go back a ways. >> yes. i play a mother and a wife for the first time. because of the nature of the show and the story telling, milo, who plays my husband, and i get to jump around in time a bit. >> this got a lot of air time. >> it was the very first day of shooting, v i felt like how lovely that a woman doesn't have to show herself. it's the man for once. >> in the first scene he has a little towel like he is supposed to be meant to be naked. he was just like in between takes he wasn't grabbing the robe. he was just chilling out. >> how were you about that? >> i was okay. averting my eyes to be respectful sgrmpt had it doesn't bother you but bothers you.
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he has a nice toosh. >> music, when i think of you i think of music y. went to this place where young girls dance to a lot of your music. i walked in and i said who is singing this version of elton john's song? it is mandy moore. we are anxious for music. >> i think now that i have this show up and running and shoots at paramount and right by my house i feel like i want to get back >> you are a terrific singer. >> thank you. >> you actually know how to sing. >> more or less. campaign news coverage? moore or less? >> less. >> divorce? >> less. >> royals canadian visit. >> moore. >> the real housewives? >> less. >> drake. >> moore. >> stranger things.
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>> wow. the voice. >> moore. >> deflate gate? >> less. >> keeping up with kardashian? >> less. >> dancing with the stars? >> less. >> nbc all the way. be sure to catch a new episode of "this is us" tonight after "the voice" here on nbc. >> tuesday nights. and eveals how she almost walked
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and allows yo tow enter but not go in? i'm already tired. >> what has keys, that's open -- >> no one can do. >> florida. what has keys that open no locks space, but no room, and allows you to enter but not go in? space but no room. all right. anyway, think about it. >> i think i know. hundreds one of your favorite brunch dishes and makes an exciting announcement about a trip to wine country. you're not going to want to to miss. carli lloyd. >> what has keys that opens no locks, space, but no room, and a ?? tomorrow's the day we'll play something besides video games. every day is a gift especially for people with heart failure. but today there's entresto?- a breakthrough medicine that can help make more
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lets get a check of the weather.. two gunshot victims in milwaukee wondering how they got caught in the crossfire of increasing violence. a milwaukee woman is recovering this morning after being shot in her front yard. the woman shots down the street.. then realized she had been hit.she was treated for a non-life threatening injury. a 12-year-old boy is also recovering this morning after a drive-by shooting.police say he was shot while sitting in a car in milwaukee's riverwest neighborhood. a passing vehicle fired multiple shots at a parked car -- hitting the 12-year-old, sitting inside. despite showing a tight race in the polls here in wisconsin... hillary clinton still has not announced plans to campaign here. donald trump will hold a rally tomorrow night at the waukesha
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we are back on the brain teaser tuesday. before the break, this rid. >> what has keys that opens no locks, has space, but no room, and ate lous you to sbroo sbr, but not go in. >> the answer is computer keyboard. >> i never answers. >> that was one of the first i've got. >> you'll to want hear what carli lloyd has to say. carli lloyd and sock gore hand in hand. she scorerd the winning goals in both the 2008 olympics in beijing and in 2012. she helped her team take home the gold in london. >> and carli followed up that with a hat trick at the 2015
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tournament bringing the title back to the u.s. for the first time since 1999. >> but her rise wasn't easy which she writes naebt her new book. "when nobody was watching: my hard fought journey to my top of the soccer world." congratulations. >> thank you. >> we look at all these pictures and awards and accolades, and we think, this girl must have been born like the perfect jock, but what i like -- >> like it all came easy or >> what i love about your book is we talk about -- it didn't come easy. you really, really had to work at it. >> oh yeah, i think you're not born with talent, you make your own talent, and you know, i've had to work incredibly hard. i didn't come from a big power house college school that was the next big thing. coming out on to the national team. and you know web there was many people that probably didn't think i would make it this far, myself included. >> you doubted whether you'd make it? >> yeah, when i first started working with my trainer, he told
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player in the juswod, liev it whe ill act got it last year. >> wow. >> took me 13 years. >> what was holding you back do you think? >> you know, i think everybody, know matter how confident you are, you struggle with the self-confidence, youave to compete every single day. and i think you know, the more results you have. i think the world cup just kind of lifted that up for me and made me really believe that i could really separate mylf. >> you practiced more than others. i ink it of your coaches who say mohamed ali practiced on christmas day. like that was important. >> never took a day off. you ended up doing similar stuff, huh? >> yes, chrimas, thksgiving, snow, in, wind, cold, heat -- >> no matter at. >> i don't switch off. i think now i have to be told, like okay, you need to chill out a little bit. it's important to relax your mind and body. >> when you do that, and when you actuallyake a vacation,
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so i like to just get tan, lay by the beach and et water. yeah. >> your book is about more than soccer, obviously. it's about life and overcoming obstacles. when a little girl who is watching right now looking up to you thinking, what do you hope that that child takes away from you and this book? >> well, you know, in writing this book, i wanted this book to not just be about a soccer journey. i wanted this book to be inspiring for everybody. all walks of life. whether you're a mom, whether you're aspiring to be something great, whether you're a kid who's dreaming big of playing on the stage, that's really what i wanted, you know, to write the book about. and whatever comes your way, knowing that you can persevere if you put your mind through it. work really hard and clock in the hours, you know, you can make it. >> what do you want for the future in the last second? what are you looking forward to now? >> i want to continue to push on. break barriers. we're fighting for equal pay
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generation to push on for generations to come. >> and that's up in december, right? >> yeah. >> you better get carli's book, e had a book signing and sold out. 1,200 copies. >> good for you. >> carli, thanks. >> great to see you. congratulations on the book. now don't go anywhere, the performance by kristen cheney wits. french toast without the guilt. when joy turns junk food into joy food. >> and why she want yos tow pack her bags a take a >> is that your house again? why let someone else have all the fun? the sometimes haphazard, never boring ...fun. the why can't it smell like this all the time ...fun. the learning the virtue of sharing ...fun. why let someone else have all the fun? that's no fun.
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who doesn't love comfort food? what we don't love is the guilt that follows after you pig out. >> today nutritionist joy bower is here to turn your junk food to joy food. >> our viewers challenged joy to come up with healthier versions of their favorite fattening foods. today we have french toast and tater tots? >> seriously. >> is that for real? i think you'll love both. the french toast comes from ariel, she's from pennsylvania, a senior at university of maryland. and loves french toast with all the fixings, the syrup, the butter. when you order that out at a restaurant, it'll cost you about 1,090 calorie. that's not that much for the two slices. i'll show you how to do a version that is just as luxurious and indulgent but for only 360 calories for two pieces. so the usual french toast ingredients, we're going to use
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bread, eggs but i'm going to do a version with caramelized apples on top. we'll start here. i've sprayed the pan with oil spray, i did put a little bit of butter because there's not much a replacement for butter. and then you add some sliced apples on top. one teaspoon of maple syrup. >> just a teaspoon. >> yes. >> a dash of cinnamon and nutmeg. and you're going to caramelize these on low foou you want to get them gooey. and right at the end you'll finish it off with a dash of va nil ra extract. >> that's going to be good. >> this is going to cook up nice and yum, delicious. then we're going to make the frerng toast. here we have one whole egg with one egg white. i'm going to add more vanilla extract and a little bit of nutmeg and cinnamon again. we're bringing all the fall flavors together. and you can dunk the bread in here. >> okay. >> go ahead and dunk it in. this is a whole grain bread
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you're looking for a loaf that's 50 calories per slice. throw it on the. >> what? >> you just saw, look at this, hoda in an instant. that's hoda. that is so funny. i wish we could rerack that. >> look what this comes out loing like. >> that looks good. >> beautiful. >> caramelized apple top. this entire portion is onl0 >> 340? >> with the squirt of whipped cream. with the apples. with all the ooey gooey deliciousness. here are your carrots in case you want to flip it up. i'm st saying. >> oh yeah. >> is that good? >> delicious. >> caramelized apples make i sugar-free.
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from new york. when you eat just five of the fried tater tots -- come on over, hoda. 225 calories. >> just for five of them? >> because they're fried. it sucks up a a whole lot of oil. i'm going to show you how to make five broccoli tater tots. what we have here is four cups of broccoli fluorites that i blanched qckly and cooled th off in cold water to stop the cooking process. >> wt was that again? >> boiling water. >> really fast for about a minute. then i chopped them up. now wie going to add two eggs, half of a chopped onion, throw that in. a little bit of whole grain bread crumbs, panko or regular. reduced fat cheddar and salt and pepper. we mix this together. you form it into balls. miss the top, pop it in the oven for ten minutes. >> should we try them? >> flip them over. my kids ipped for these. >> oh my gosh. >> they're really delicious. >> five of them for 100 calories.
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>> we hear a rumor. >> i am calling home chefs. i am spearheading today a super fun contest with an incredible prize. the winner and one guest of their choice will enjoy three fun-filled days in napa valley at an exclusive event called live in the vineyard. hotel and airfare are all included. >> wow. >> you're going to experience wine, delicious food and performances by brilliant musicians like there's a huge long list. you can simply enter by submitting the most delicious recipe, but it has to be an original. something that you created. to hoda and it needs to fit this criteria. got to be healthy -- >> uh-oh. >> it's got to be creative, of course it's got to be delicious. it's got to be a food, not a beverage. and it has to include wine. >> i knew it was going to be good. >> and you can send in as many
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this? >> you have about ten days. the website is open right now for submissions. get busy in the kitchen. go for it. >> that's very exciting. okeydokey thank you so much, joy. that's another carrot up, too, by the way. are you ready for an amazing performance. we hope so. the fabulous kristin chenoweth has something new to sing right after this. d voice ] progressive claims to show people eir competitors' rates but what's really going on? when played backwards at 1/8th speed you can clearly hear... what could that mean? woman: tom? tom! they're just commercials. or are they? you're waking the neighbors. well, mom, maybe the neighbors need to be woke. i think it's actually "awoken." no, that doesn't even seem right. no, it's "awoken." revealing the truth to help you save. packed full of flavor,
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>> kristin chenoweth. >> beautiful album, "the art of elegance" is available now. >> wow, well we've managed to stir up another great prize for five lucky fans. >> and we're giving it away. because it's spanky tuesday. >> go donna. go donna.
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we have a question, is today you're lucky day? it's time to give it away. >> andhis week's prize is a spooky halloween decor prize package from the home depot. we're st over $400. this stuffg to this is a life-sized skeleton. it's a horse. look what it does. watch, kath. hit it. >> and how about this one? >> are you done? >> can you reach here? >> ready? how about this one? >> come on.
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>> all right. >> lantern lights up too and all this fun stuff. >> this is if you want to show something in your window, you can create all kinds of a fun halloween, the horse will be the show stopper of course because of the eyes and the craziness. all the lights, 12 different animated scenes in your window with this fx projector. flickering graveyard lantern glowing pumpkins and so much more. >> dig in. let's see who the winners are with the halloween size. >> just in time for spanky tuesday. >> and it's timothy, marion, indiana. >> hold on. >> i'm trying to. go, go, , robe cross, two boys, west middlesex, pennsylvania. >> good. tiffany puckett from virginia beach, virginia. >> i've got something. >> i bet you do. >> karen smigle, connecticut. >> i love her. >> and our last person is roy felch from middleton, ohio. >> we have three boys and two girls. is that crazy? >> congratulations to our winners.
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nonwinning entries. make sure you enter again. this is just not fair. >> no time for spanky tuesday. next on live at noon-- fact checking the nominees.. we team up with politifact to let you know if donald trump and hillary clinton's comments from last night's debate were true or false. then - more questions than answers after a 19-year-old woman is found dead in a parking lot after being shot. and the ouds are ming... ho meteorologt brian gotter lets us know when we could see some showers today... ...and the outlook for the rest of the work week. i'm vince vitrano.and i'm brget
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