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from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> hlo, everybody, welcome to thirsty thursday. november 3rd, the day after an exhausting, but exciting historic night in chicago. >> was that frank sinatra? ? i love it ? ? bet your bottom dollar you do ? >> isn't he the same guy who sings "new york new york"? >> yes.
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listen, we want to say great congratulations to them. i mean what a way to go out, an extra inning and the whole thing. >> think about this, let's predict, can we make a prediction right now, that this entire moment will be a movie at this time next year, okay. >> yes, yes, like the hockey one, do you believe in miracles. >> we just have to figure out who's playing whom but you know it's going to happen soon. a song and they showed shots of people watching it from different locations but some people are just in their own home with their babies. some people on the streets of chicago like this. >> did you hang in there until 1:00 a.m.? >> i did not. >> look at bill murray. >> bill murray's crying and high fiving. has he ever been that happy? >> i don't think so. >> by the way, most people went to bed.
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were hanging in until that point, some people conked out at that point. the game ended with an extra inning. after that rain delay, with all of that anticipation and, boom, it happened, and everyone exploded. imagine waiting that long. >> how many times does a team come back from that much of a, you know, was it 3-1 at one point? >> yeah, right. >> that's very rare. i don't follow baseball but everybody has to follow this. >> if you tuned in for the first minute, i wonder -- >> didn't you say a home run? >> batter number one. >> boom. >> you were already in. "sports illustrated" gave us a look at the new cover. so here it is. all the way. >> i think that's another sinatra song. all the way. he's got a song to cover every emotion in life. >> all right, so back in 1908, here's what's happening. the last time the cubbies won the world series. a postage stamp was one penny. >> henry ford introduced the model t to the world that year. >> arizona, new mexico, alaska and hawaii were not states. >> and forget about puerto rico, forget it.
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away. >> we should give a shout-out to the cleveland indians because those fans were amazing too. they played a great game. you know, there's always next year. that's what we like to say. >> yeah, yeah. >> yeah. >> all right. hope springs eternal. if we have a chock-full show today, it's because we have very good producers. mel gibson has had a tough ten years. he now aims to get into good graces directing an intensely powerful new film about world war ii which you loved. everybody that's seen it said i could not move for ten minutes afterwards. couldn't stop thinking about it for a week. it's that kind of a movie. like "braveheart" was, it just stays with you. not since "chariots fire" have a seen a movie about a profoundly authentic personal faith as powerful as this. andrew garfield is beyond good in this. there's a quote in the interview i did with mel that i wasn't able to get to, there was a quote, he said, hate war but i love the warrior. >> beautiful.
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think of "braveheart," "the patriots." some so many movies he's done. it's called "hacksaw ridge." >> also, we have actress heather graham is here. she's been hanging a lot with john corbett lately. >> i wonder if bo derek knows. she's probably upset. >> yeah. >> whatever. >> why that came to a screeching halt. and of course it's ambush. you going to take off your -- >> no, i like it. >> in our kitchen, it's pumpkin two ways. how kinky. whatever that means. >> i never thought of it that way. >> well, you better start thinking about it. >> now that you're on this show, you got to start thinking that way, all right? >> and we're going to hit the red carpet and go behind the scenes of last night's cmas. >> lilliana was there. there's reba. >> by the way, a lot of people were having difficulties deciding which to watch. >> even i was channel surfing. >> i tweeted, what are you watching?
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forth. >> i'm so happy for carrie. and garth brookses. >> entertainer of the year was garth brooks. this is what he had to say to his wife trisha during his acceptance speech. >> the coolest touring mate you could ever ask for, the love of my life, the breath i breathe in and out this the year, i love you very much very much. i want to thank god for this. it could not have been any better for me. i get to take you home. that's the great thing for me. but i got to tell you, we are so damn lucky to be part of this thing called country music! >> isn't this the truth? >> i love when he calls her miss yearwood. >> what did i used to call frank? >> frank gifford. >> always. come here, frank gifford. i don't know why, always. frank gifford, are you ready for dinner? >> you never said frank. even on the show it was always frank gifford.
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he liked it because he's a legend. >> yes, he is a legend. so carrie -- >> i did, i see her, can this woman, first, she's got the greatest legs i've ever seen in my life, then she belts out a song and she co-hosted. >> and she won female vocalist of the year. the beautiful thing about carrie, if you ever sit down to speak with her, she's very understated and quiet. >> almost shy. >> you almost lean in because you can't hear. she gets on stage. she's kind of like beyonce that way. >> i was going to say. >> they just kind of set it free and that's exactly what carrie does. chris stapleton who has taken everybody by storm. the performance of the night, tim mcgraw got teary during his performance of "humble and kind" which took home song of the year. take a listen. ? let that summer sun shine ? ? always stay humble and kind ? ? don't take for granted the love this life gives you ? ? when you get whether you're going ? ? don't forget turn back around ?
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? always stay humble and kind ? >> every time. >> yeah. >> every single time i hear that song i get chills. you know what's funny, i was doing my sirius radio show. >> why don't you ever pick one of those for i-hoda? >> i did. >> i stand wrong. >> everybody connects with that particular song. >> because it's true, it's just true. >> all right, and dolly, what a year she's had. she shed a tear when she won an award for lifetime achievement. >> yeah, the woman of country music saluted her. they sung a medley of her songs ending with "i will always love you." take a look. ? i will always love you ?
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gosh dang it, dolly, we love you to pieces. >> aw. >> that was reba was there, casey musgraves, jennifer nettles, carrie underwood and martina mcbride. >> magnificent voices. we've got another dolly movie coming up this christmas season. >> yes, we do. >> now it's also national sandwich day. >> what did you pick? >> i don't know. i forgot. we picked it so -- >> so long ago. >> let me look. let me bite it. it's got turkey. avocado. >> that's a good one. >> just lettuce. >> avocado, swiss cheese, a little mayo. look at mine. >> what is your, hoda? >> mine looks like i need a bud light with it. ham turkey, pickles, tomato, mayo. you know what i mean?
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>> oh, so good! all right, i guess we're going to have to do a -- >> uh-huh, the campaign, the reason we're eating these. >> that's right. it's called the the good deed feed. customers who purchase a sub and drink today only -- excuse me for food in my mouth, everybody, will receive a free sub of equal or lesser value. >> and subway will donate a meal to feeding america, so good for subway. should we play a song? you're going to love this. >> at least i get a sandwich this time. >> listen to this, okay, so if you've ever broken up with the right guy for you, he's a bad guy, but you still kind of long for him, this is a song, it's sung by little big town. >> i'm in. oh, they won too, so congratulations to them. >> it's called "better man." take a listen. you're going to love this. everyone has this guy in their life. ? didn't know what he had when he had it ? ? and i see the permanent damage you did to me ? ? never again i just wish i could forget when it was magic ?
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? standing in the mirror ? ? saying to myself ? ? you know you had to do it ? ? i know the bravest thing i ever did was run ? ? sometimes in the middle of the night ? ? i can feel you again ? ? i just miss you ? >> love it. ? i wish you were a better man ? >> wait, wait, i just miss you and i wish you were a better man. you don't want him here. >> hoda, i'm with you. i think that's a good song. >> taylor swift wrote that song. you know better than to give her time. >> i wanted to linger. >> all right, it's already getting oscar buzz and praise from critics. >> mel gibson talks to kathie lee about directing his incredible new film called "hacksaw ridge" right after this.
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academy award winning director mel gibson has been a fixture in hollywood and in recent years he's overcame some personal struggles. now ten years sober with a baby on the way he's back in the director's chair for "hacksaw ridge." >> the film is a true story of an army medic who served his country during world war ii, he was a pacifist who refused to pick up a weapon on relimitationsous grounds and throughout the war he saved the
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shot. >> it's an unbelievable true story. i had the chance to sit down with mel to talk about this powerful film. take a look. >> jump on it. >> you're kidding. >> no, i'm going to drag you. let's do it. >> ready? >> yeah. >> let's go. >> we got company. >> mel, it's great to see you. >> and you, been a while. >> been a long time. in fact, when i was reading, i can't believe it's been ten years. you've been acting like that. >> developing, working stuff. projects. >> always got stuff going on. they've been turbulent years. >> yeah. >> but this is, got to say, because i saw the movie last week and i tweeted i cannot remember being more profoundly moved. it's because you rarely see authentic portrayals of people of faith, you know, there's usually something a little cheesy about it and i know you fought hard not to get that into this picture. >> no, i don't thing it's preachy, it's just who the man
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and he be was very humble. and he went into the worst place on earth. he was an ordinary man doing extraordinary things and in incredibly difficult circumstances. the hell of combat. the epicenter of hell, of war. he was armed with nothing more than his faith. conscientious objector. he wouldn't touch a weapon. >> we saw in one instance he does, to save a life. >> he used it to -- >> he actually used a rifle as a splint one time was the only use he had for weapons. >> so i ntioned that it do "a true story." >> it is. >> i a little bit of research on it. i said, why haven't we heard about this man before? there's a very good reason. >> well, he didn't want his story known. he's a very humble guy. he got the medal of honor for his actions because in one, you know, 12-hour period, he saved 75 men single-handedly under fire -- >> one at a time. >> yes, in constant peril. >> what i love is not since
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i've told you that and "funny girl." strong combination. >> it's a good combo. >> i think a lot of people are going to say this is mel's best work. >> i'm certainly proud of it. you don't do these things alone. i had andrew garfield and vince vaughn, sam worthington and luke bracy, and theresa palmer and hugo amazing. >> everybody brought their "a" game. >> they did. >> i also love the fact, it's not for the faint of heart. if you couldn't watch "saving private ryan" you will not be able to watch this but you should because it's not gratuitous. it's really. it's what really happens in war. the other thing, you had said about desmond, and i think it's true of anybody who struggles with faith in life you said he honed his spirituality. >> yeah. >> while he was in hell. >> yeah, sure, yeah, it is juxtaposed against the hell of war which reduces most men to
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he never lost his equilibrium. he honed his higher self. and he performed acts of love, no greater love has no man than he give his life for hi friend. this is what he did over and over. so many times. and in constant peril. he kind know he was coming back. >> wounded himself. >> eventually stepped on a grenade. it gets crazier what he did after that but i couldn't put it in the film because it's so unbelievable. >> what? >> after he gets the sne and they're carrying him often in a stretcher and stuff, he sees a guy who's been shot and he jumps off the stretcher, tends to that guy's wound, says put him on the stretcher, then he crawls back 300 yards and gets shot up by snipers and stuff. >> and you left that out? >> well, kind of because it was almost too much to believe. and incidentally, you know, he saved 75 guys on hacksaw ridge but he was in guam as well and he saved other guys there so he
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>> so there's a sequel. >> a prequel actually. >> a prequel. those were before. the other miracle of this movie is you do it in 59 days. >> about half the schedule of "brave heart" for less money and that was 20 years ago. now a days you see independent films. i mean, if the superhero -- believe me, desmond was a superhero, but if he's not wearing spandex, you don't get a budget. >> it is great to see you. as i told you, i'm personally so happy for you. co congratulations on the new baby on the way. great things for mel gibson. you deserve it, sweetie. >> thank you. >> "hacksaw ridge" opens tomorrow. do not miss this movie. it is unbelievable. we're going to take you behind the scenes at last to last night's cmas. whatcha' doin? just checking my free credit score at credit karma. what the??? you're welcome. i just helped you dodge a bullet. but i was just checking my...
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actress heather graham has more than 90 tv credits to her name which began with her role in "boogie nights." >> a dark comedy about a newly single new yorker whose life is turned upside down after coming home to find her man a little less animated than usual i'd say. it's called "my dead boyfriend." >> oh, my gosh, is that john corbett? john corbett is dead. >> i like him when he was alive. >> did he just lay there? >> in that scene. then i have a lot of dreams where he dances and does crazy things. >> he comes back to life. do you like the dark comedy lane? >> i do like dark comedy. >> you said -- i think it's something i read because that's
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of dark. >> i've gotten so into comedy recently. love comedy. i do love dark comedy. i think it's great to find humor in dark things. >> john corbett, we've had him on before. what's he like to work with? >> he's sort of wild. i'm a "sex in the city" fan. i watched every episode. but still, i love aidan, right. i always just think, oh, there's aidan. >> anyway, bo derek has him. >> i'm not saying, you know, i have a boyfriend but i -- >> did bo derek ever show up on the set? >> she did, i met her, she's very cool. >> if i were bo derek, i'd be cool too. >> she's awesome. >> so this is set in the '90s? >> it's set in the '90s, yeah. >> did you have to dig up any old clothes? were you born in the '90s? >> yes, i was born in the '90s. it's a fun time period. i got to wear all these groovy clothes and i loved it. i got to play in a punk rock band. >> do you play any instruments
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i always wanted to be good but i have a tone deaf situation. >> you have to practice. you look like you're comfortable with that. >> you look like you know exactly what you're doing. >> you're righting too. >> i wrote and corrected a movie. it's called "half magic." i think it's going to come out in the spring. >> what's the premise of that? >> it's a sex comedy. it's kind of female empowering. well, i just feel like it's sex from a female point of view that i've never seen in a movie before so i think you have a photo of m >> did you like wearing that hat though, did you enjoy that? >> so fun, i loved it. honestly, i felt like i had a baby but it was like a creative baby. >> you actually look like bo daric. >> can we just talk about your boots for one second? >> we can show how they rock. >> these boots, right? >> what are you doing? >> those are the cutest. >> those are so cute. >> it's a good winter -- because you know in winter it's hard to feel cute because you have to be warm. >> it's fall. >> sorry, i'm already thinking winter because i hate being cold. >> you and hoda both.
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>> thank you. >> "my dead boyfriend" hits theaters, vod and digital hd tomorrow. coming up, we're going to get the results of our ambush makeovers. and liliana hits the red
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it's thirsty thursday. they've mailed the journey from the plaza to our studio because it's time for our ambush makeovers. >> two lucky ladies given head to toe new looks by oul- glam team. hairstylist to the stars louis licari, la, la, la, la. >> thank you. >> and the fabulous fashionista jill martin. >> i think it was supposed to be cold and rainy but we had a great surprise today, many people to choose from, and we found two pretty terrific makeovers. >> here's the first one. her name is lesley from idaho. lesley dyed her hair purple in
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she planned to keep it for a month but it's been five months. she's got a big job interview next week. she's here on a 50th birthday trip with three other birthday girls. >> oh, fun. >> let's take a listen to her story. >> i love the reason you have purple hair to begin with. >> it was a dare from my daughter. she told me i wasn't 29 anymore but i pull it off, right? >> she said you couldn't pull it off but now you're ready to say i can pull off my original color, right right? the. >>ch >> which is red. so you're ready to be a redhead again? >> sure. >> louis loves that. we're going to take good care of you. >> his favorite color. >> it's already working. all right, lesley's here with her cousin, and her friends donna, angela and susan. please keep your blindfolds on. here is lesley before. all right, lesley, let's see the new you. nifty and 50.
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>> i know that jacket. >> wow. >> i love that jacket. i have that jacket. i love it. >> take off your blindfolds, take a look at your girl. >> fabulous, oh, my god, you look great. >> it's fantastic. >> you look hot. spin right around and look in that mirror. >> oh, my gosh. >> wow. oh, hello. >> she likie what she sees. >> louis, tell us about the hair. >> the hair, the first thing obviously she had really bright purple hair. i don't know how much you showed on tv but it was really bright purple. i chose to make it a -- keep it in the warm family. a little bit of red. it's like a rosy brown. it's really quite beautiful. >> just adorable. >> the haircut was totally changed. it's all proportions. look how much prettier this shape looks on her face. >> it's like a sculpture. ladies, what do you think of
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>> love it. >> stunning. >> she looks fabulous. >> and 29 again. >> yes. >> i love that outfit. >> jill. >> this is an updated version to that jacket that everyone fell in love with. so just that beautiful faux leather with the gorgeous hardware on it. >> yeah, it's washable. unbelievable. >> is that crazy? >> and who's the skirt by? >> necklace is rachel rienheart. >> our next lady is linda from california. she just ran the marine corps honor her late father. for the last three years, linda took care of her dad, a decorated air force veteran. linda rarely dresses up. let's hear her story. >> you're crying already. >> i watch the "today" show every single day and i watch this on thursdays, the ambush
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never thought i'd be in new york for one thing. but i dreamt that maybe i would some day get a makeover, and i can't believe i got picked. so i just became a grand ma too. i think this grand ma needs a makeover. >> you got it. >> all right, and she is here with her beautiful son steven. keep that blindfold on. let's look at linda one more time before and bring out the new linda. wow. wow. that is beautiful. steven, i hope you're ready for this. take your blindfold off. very nice. >> very cute. >> linda, you ready to see what he's looking at? >> he sees me in the mornings and it's not good. >> i doubt that. >> turn around, hon. aw.
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just dab a little. >> speechless. >> just dab. beautiful, just beautiful. >> number one, i softened her hair color. number two, gave her great proportion, great layers, and then to change her complexion a little bit. he added a little more brightness. she had perhaps a bit of a yellow undertone that we got rid of. >> the dress -- i'm sorry, we're >> the dress is new by shoni. >> of course it is. steve be, how's your mom look? >> beautiful from the inside and out. >> linda come on over. >> lesley. >> yeah, come on. a round of applause for both of them. >> linda, your color. >> if you've got a special occasion, a real good reason or know someone who needs an ambush makeover, we want to hear from you. >> let us know your story.
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fun, music and surprises. lilliana vasquez with all the buzz of last night's cmas right after this.
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what a great night, the historic 50th annual cma awards was the place to be last night. they did not disappoint. >> before the show, the spotlight was on the red carpet and that's where our very own lilliana vasquez caught up with country music's hottest stars. check it out. >> having a love fest here. >> this is history in the making. >> this is country music history. >> oh, sure, i know my cma
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>> is he a country history nerd? >> yes, and he knows every song. >> i think they tell great stories, simple stories of real people. >> what is the key to working with your wife because not everyone can do that. >> yes, ma'am is the key to working with my wife. >> there's one person on the bucket list to meet in this world, it's garth brooks. i don't know if i can make it to the interview without crying, you guys. oh, my gosh, oka how important is tonight for country music? >> she is a doll. this is awesome. the cmas always about the greatest music of the year. this is about the greatest music of the past 50 years. ? jolene jolene ? ? jolene jolene ? ? i beg you don't take my man ? >> wow, see, goose bumps.
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into some interesting situations last time we were on the show. >> i did. we call it spanky tuesday. nailed it. >> going to be amazing, victory or loss, but i hope i win. >> and the cma award for new artist of the year goes to marin morris. >> this is so crazy. >> is there a particular line in you the most? >> you're going to make me cry. it's the last line. to help the next one in line. ? help the next one in line ? ? always stay humble and kind ? >> the night is a huge night for country music. who are you most excited to see? >> beyonce. >> rumor has it that beyonce's here. >> if she could let me be a backup dancer. it would be amazing. >> i have a feeling if you asked
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>> i just want a really long ponytail to swing. is that so much to ask? i'm a simple girl really. ?? >> all right, let's talk fashion. this is a huge red carpet. what are you wearing? >> it's monique lulier which probably sounds funny with my accent, it's french or something. >> this is jay mandel. i was like, that's it. gentleman in a green suit. >> really? >> yes. >> no way. >> traded in the jeans for the green. yes. i dig it. >> this is beautiful, who are you wearing? >> it's mine, i bought it. >> so i'm going to ask you a question, who is most likely to buy the bar a round of whiskey shots? >> probably us. >> definitely, 100% us. >> most likely to stay on a mechanical bull the longest?
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i think she would be pretty good at that. >> who is most likely to karaoke their own song? >> luke bryan, 100%. >> the cma award for entertainer of year goes to garth brooks. >> this is the greatest night of my life. >> amen, sister. >> because i'm standing here with garth brooks, holding his award for entertainer of the year. and i got to take a picture with him. >> is that not the coolest. >> it's going to be hard to get her home. don't you think? >> by the way, i love her pieces at those things. that was awesome. >> she's a kid in a candy store. >> from nashville to the kitchen, it's pumpkin two ways, sweet and savory. >> a thanksgiving feast right after this. it's amazing out there means
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could be the smallest ice crystal. the biggest storm cloud. >> what does it's amazing out there mean to me? it means looking up and being inspired. >> even if it's just straight up blue skies. how beautiful is that? >> that little burst of red that happens when the sun comes right over the ocean, when it comes up in the morning. >> watching lightning streaking across the sky from one side to another. >> in the world of thunder, it's just one of the most amazing >> that's what it's amazing out there is. >> and what it means to you mentally. and the memories you take away from that weather. >> how that absolutely affects our lives, our day to day, what's in our stores, what are we going to wear, what are we going to eat, what's everything going to cost. all those interactions that the weather has real influences on, that's why it's amazing out there means. >> it lets the world know what's happening at the weather channel. >> i think what makes the weather channel's coverage
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meteorologists. we know what's going on with the weather. and that makes a tremendous difference. >> somebody just walks up to you in the field and says, thanks for being there. we're so glad you were here to take us through it. >> we have a charge, we have a responsibility, we have a drive to provide information to people, to help them, help the communities, help their families stay safe, it matters so much. >> when you start linking the people side up to the weather and the science and the da starts to drive home the importance of what we do. >> i love weather. >> i do le weather. >> i love the weather, and i love working with people that love the weather. this is what we do. >> every single day is going to be something spectacular. it's truly amazing out there. whoa, this is awful, try it. oh no, that looks gross what is that? you gotta try it, it's terrible.
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all this month on "today" food all-star thanksgiving, we are pairing up the biggest names in the food world to bring you
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>> yes, we have a two-fer. today, we are focusing on sweet and savory pumpkin dishes. >> shay shull is making her pumpkin pie. >> to get us started, new orleans chef john besh is firing up a pumpkin soup with crab. never heard of that. that sounds so good. >> pumpkin's really versatile. think of -- you can do anything with a pumpkin. it can be butternut squash, acorn squash. treat it just like it's any other squash. if you don't mind adding a little bit of the onion. we have some leek, celery, garlic, a touch of cayenne pepper. the great thing about the soup, it goes straight into the pan just like that. >> okay. >> stir it around.
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>> ten minutes. >> look how beautiful that is. >> you cook the vegetables down. we add the pumpkin. add a little potato. the potato's just going to thicken it. cover with just a little bit of stock. we'll let that come up to boil. once the potatoes are -- once they're nice and soft, it's time to puree. >> that's all you do? >> go ahead and give it a whirl, sister. >> ooh, i like it. >> yeah. >> perfect. >> okay. >> we're going to season with a little bit of salt and pepper. a little bit of cream. i like adding at home. a lot of times we'll just ad if you have crab, use it. >> what kind of crab? >> jumbo louisiana blue crab meat with some chives and it is phenomenal. >> do you want to try it? >> i do, i do. >> you do it. >> what's in it you can't have? >> and the verdict is? >> she loves it. >> oh, my gosh, heaven. >> josh besh is the best. >> is it time to go to shay shull. >> come make a pie. we're making a streussel topped pumpkin pie.
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>> hoda is in, decadent. >> sugar, pumpkin pie spice and some eggs. whip all that up with an electric mixer. so good. pour it into the pie crust bake it at high heat. >> you are so good. >> we'll pour it, bake it, then bring it out -- 15 minutes. i mean, you know. no judgments. >> oh, lucy. >> okay, kathie lee. brown sugar, cinnamon, add pecans. >> that looks yummy. >> we'll mix it. it's going to look like that. >> stop it, shay. >> we'll bake it 15 minutes more after it's all in there. >> can we try shay shull's pie? >> pumpkin pie. >> i'm trying to serve you.
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besh and shay shull. >> shay this is incredible. >> amazing. >> for all these thanksgiving recipe, go to thank you, awesome. thank you, shay shull.
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is it okay or not okay for mothers and daughters to dress alike? >> celebrities like beyonce and her daughter blue ivy, kim kardashian and her daughter north and katie holmes and her daughter suri have all done the matchy-matchy. >> okay so here's what we had to
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>> of course it is, just don't do it when they're teenagers or you'll hear about it. >> i say it is definitely okay. #adorable. >> #youare. >> yeah, sometimes. >> you are adorable. >> you are. >> you're not that adorable but you are adorable. >> just when you think you've had enough of us. >> and you know you have. >> there's more or sirius xm 108. >> every monday and wednesday at 2:00. you can find hoda there. >> kevin james is here with his funny co-star andy garcia. >> and marcia marcia marcia, we catch up with maureen mccormick. have a great thirsty thursday, everybody. see you tomorrow for try day friday. after that, it's sipping something saturday.
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