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this morning on "today's take," it had to be him. harry connick jr. co-hosting again. and "freebie friday." just wait until you see the fabulous prizes you could win at home. and the puzzle wizard with a a trip to new york. all that coming up right now. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's take," live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. welcome to "today" for a friday morning. it is november 4th, 2016. i'm al, along with tamron. the one, the only, harry connick jr. so great, because normally i'm not here, you're filling in for me.
you know how i can tell that i like you? because when i saw you this morning, i had such a nice feeling in my heart because i've known you for so many years. i saw you sitting there, i said oh, al's here today. >> is that what you said? >> i did. it is good to see you. >> yesterday i was making dinner after i had gotten home, turned on channel 5 here in new york and watched your show just in time for back it up. >> now whenever i see harry i instantly back it up. do people do that just when they see you? >> of themselves backing it up. i'm backing it up. >> i guess we should explain this. or not. just leave it out there. figure it out. >> love that. >> it's on your show. speaking of which, you've got something kind of fun going on tonight. these tiny houses are all the rage. people are downsizing. you've teamed up with shark vacuums which is great because that doesn't suck -- >> see? that's why i missed al so much. only al can get away with those jokes. >> no.
either. >> you are going to spend the night in a tiny house. >> i am so excited. i'm going to be on the street right in front of the intrepid in new york city. i'm going to be in there all night long. i'm having a house party. my band and going to be there. i'm going to spend the night by myself in the house. >> what are the dimensions? >> small. >> you're like 6'0" tall? >> i'm 6'1". i haven't been in the house yet but i've been doing a lot of training. going into >> why do you want to do this? >> because i figured david blaine can do it, go into times square and be in a block of ice? i'm going to one-up him. sleep in a tiny house. deal with it! >> so can we drive by? >> yeah. >> it's on wheels. we should drive by the middle of the night. >> i'll wake up in rutherford. something like that. guys? >> where am i?
don't laugh. >> just the whole idea. >> i wouldn't wake up either. i got seasick one time on my tour bus going across the north sea in the bottom of a ship. i didn't wake up. they put my tour bus on the bottom of a ship in a thunderstorm. the bus drove on to the ship. everybody got off the bus, forgot i was in the back. i woke up in the belly of a slip in the thunderstorm. it was the weirdest thing. you can tell me about tiny house and i would not know until i woke un >> the band forgot you. >> pretty much. >> that's crazy. so we're back now. we had a fun time. i got to tell you -- listen, i was rooting for the indians. worked there for five years. but if anybody had to win the world series, so thrilled that the cubs did it. it was -- and we had this almost planes, trains and automobiles thing. we were in cleveland for the game seven, which was just insane. then had to fly to chicago. but we couldn't get in to chicago because the weather was
then drove -- >> drove to -- >> though we had fast drivers. then came home. but, man. it was unbelievable being out there hanging out. >> what was it like hanging with bill murray. >> bill was ahead of me one row. when you go to a game with bill murray, bill murray's there with everybody. he's handing out m & ms. he's letting you have some that nachos. for example, i've never had this bourbon called fireball. >> you have? >> no, i don't drink but i know all about fireball. apparently apparently it is very good. >> it's a cinnamon infused -- >> look at you. >> then i had 108-year-old port at harry caray's. >> perspective for people at home, he's no hoda and kathie lee when it comes to drinking. >> no one is hoda and kathie lee
>> no. >> but you really don't drink. >> no. >> what got into you? >> you're in the spirit. when you're tired you think i'll do anything. wow, a port? great. rubbing alcohol? this is fantastic. >> what did you like? the port or fireball did. >> i think the port. it was very nice. very nice. . >> you did a great job. >> got the parade at 11:00 central, 10:00 a.m. eastern. we brought something for you. >> you brought us gifts? >> we brought y at mlb, brought you guys the world championship hats. >> that's sweet! >> oh, my goodness! >> al, was it one of those events like super bowls and all major sporting events, you think you're going to remember them forever. but that one really seems like -- >> because it was the game seven -- to me, listen. i'm 62.
it's a game seven where you had these two iconic teams that had this history of not winning. you had extra innings, and you had a rain delay. it was just -- we said, as long as it doesn't go into extra innings, the game will be okay. of course, it went into extra innings. >> these are awesome gifts. thank you so much! i love this. you have a hat clause or something? you didn't put your on. >> i love hats. i want to keep it pristine. >> y guys. >> put that hat in your tiny house. >> no, i'm going to put it on ebay. >> you got this great thing going on. you're on "today's take." it's "harry's take." >> so people -- i'm so flattered that people ask me to sing my songs. i thought it would be nice on my show to sing songs that i've never sung before. thousands of people have sent in
we got so many requests from the '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s but one request stuck out. it was sir mix a lot's "baby got back." i think we have a clip. i did it in a different way ? i like big butts and i cannot lie ? ? you other brothers can't deny that when a an itty-bitty waist and a round thing in your face ? you get sprung ? ? you want to pull up tough cause you notice that butt was stuffed ?
hooked and i cannot stop staring ? ? i i like big butts ?? >> classic. >> yes. yes. >> fantastic. >> that's a classic. >> i feel they should sing that at weddings. >> they don't write lyrics like that anymore. >> they say that is the great american song right there. >> they they just don't sing them like that. that's what it is. >> what's going on with the empire state building? >> did you see my instagram? >> i did not. i missed it. i missed it. i'm sorry. >> yesterday. that's me at the empire state building. what's so awesome about it, no one -- no journalist has ever been allowed that far up. i was -- yeah. >> where are you? >> this is the dome where the antenna are. only construction workers are allowed to go up this far.
we're going to air it next week. >> were you terrified? >> no. when the -- >> when the ape came there. >> they let me in this area where only construction workers get to sign. i was essentially at 105 stories up tethered just by a string. >> would you do that, al? >> i would. i climbed up -- not the same height but george washington bridge and helped change the light bulb. >> how far was that? >> i think it was 30 stories. but you are walking along that cable. that's only like a foot wide. >> well, this was incredible. it was 105, 106 stories up. we'll show you what happened when we got up there. aside of my bear grylls, i went out in the wild with bear grylls -- >> you should climb to the top of my tiny house.
>> that sounds like a classic lyric in itself. ? climb up to my tiny house ?? ear worms. that's when you get a song stuck in your head. yesterday nick lachey was here from 98 degrees and that song ? give me just one night ?? >> is that the choreography? >> i sang that all day including on top of the empire state building. a new study identifies three similarities in songs. upbeat, tempos, pitch patterns, and big up and down leaps in notes. these are the things that make them stick in your head. for example, this song. ? strangers waiting up and down the boulevard ?? >> do you think it get stuck in your head maybe because it gets -- you hear it all the time? >> yeah. >> i think that's why it gets stuck in your head. because you hear that song -- it's just one of the best rock songs ever. >> one more.
here we go. ? la la la la ? ? la la la la ?? >> you don't know this one either? >> you know that tune. >> no. i know the next one. number one. gaga ooh-la-la. >> see that won't stick in my head. >> what sticks in your head, al? >> uh, "go cubs go." i've heard that just gets in there. >> what's your ear worm? is. >> i like "lean on me." repetitive. i do that on harry's take today. >> all right. one song we soon won't be able to get out of our head, "all i want for christmas is you" the one song that made mariah carey zillions of dollars.
keyboard all on her own. >> this is not an ear worm. i just love "o holy night." >> "hark the herald angels sing." >> see, mine is mariah carey. >> that's such a famous song. that's been around for a while. >> i'm getting my tree this weekend. i did hot pick last year, purple the year before and lavender. so i got to get my tree. is it too early? >> our stage manager, zach, is going -- >> been going back and forth, ladies and gentlemen, on this major point of etiquette. on the last few dies days we have not been seeing eye to eye. >> because he's taller. >> i've got more hair. >> that's true. al is going to chime in. if you are going through a revolving door, does the man go first or the woman? the answer after this. and it's "freebie friday." wait until you see what we have for you this friday. including you at home.
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>> this is what i think. i know that there may be some emily post etiquette rule that contradicts my thought, but here's the technique of it. you never walk into a building in front of a woman under any circumstances. so if there is a revolving door and i'm with jill, i start the movement of the door, i let jill go in first, and then i go after her. the only time i would ever go before her in a revolving door is if i'm going outside because it might be in see what's going on. that is the only time. but if we're going into a building together, i'll get the motion started. it is an antiquated theory to assume that a woman doesn't have the strength to push the door open. >> so you're saying you push it, then i would slide in -- >> you don't have to slide. i make sure that you have enough room. i control the motion. >> as it were. >> as it were! >> what do you say? >> i say you both go in together. >> yeah! yes. >> okay. we did a story a couple years
rule was that the man goes first. we reached out to emily post institute which you knew. they said men traditionally enter a revoling door first if it wasn't moving. but women went first if it was already in motion. this is old etiquette. based on the notion -- >> that's right. it's antiquated. that's antiquated. the man needs to get it going. then the woman goes through. unless you're going outside. you never want to have the woman be the first person -- >> when you areal you're on the outside. >> on the street side. >> why are you on the street side? >> because in the old days there was stuff in the gutters and stuff. the splashing. >> in the bed, do you sleep at the side of the bed closest to the door or do you put your wife closest to the door? >> this is a case where my wife -- anything she wants. so she wants -- wherever she wants to sleep, she's cool. how about walking up the stairs? i'm always behind you. coming down the steps, i'm always in front of you. >> i think guys should be in
not behind you walking up. >> but if you slip and fall, i'll catch you. >> you're such a gentleman! >> as we go to our local stations for weather, don't forget, daylight savings time, fall back. set your clocks back. >> i don't get it. >> check your batteries and >> that's your latest weather. i got my times picked up.
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"now you see me" was, literally, mind blowing. people thought a lot of that stuff was done with cgi. and it wasn't. >> some was, some wasn't but it started with the director and writers. i worked with a great creative team. it was a wonderful collaborative effort to come up with all that stuff. if you want to learn how to rob a bank, we can talk after the show. >> what about -- okay. "blindspot." the puzzles, the tattoos. do you start with the answer and work your way backward? >> the writers and creator has come up with the long game. we did start at the beginning with those tattoos and the puzzles that are embedded there. week to week sometimes we figure out what the crime of the week is and we work backwards. it is a puzzle for us to figure it all out. >> you've got some puzzles. you've got a bunch. we'll answer them in the form of these cross words but these are all presidents.
movies and tv shows, the answer is a former president of the united states. here's the first one. >> president james garfield. >> president garfield. >> i was so nervous. >> garfield goes here because it is the only one that's eight letters. the next one -- what movie is this? billy -- james madison. >> so hard to guess. >> we took it out. >> here's the next one. >> i feel so stupid! >> who is this? >> mary tyler moore. president tyler. >> our tenth president, john tyler. >> next! >> oh. stewart, mr. smith -- >> goes to washington. >> yes. washington is going to be
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restaurants and home of the new world series champs. good morning. >> we're making sort of a play on a squash bruschetta. celery root is one of those vegetables. >> there is our grid. bacon, butternut squash, cheese, peppers. >> i think that the celery is one of those you see at the grocery store like what do you do with that? what do i do with butternut squash that's unique different. a little bit of butter and oil to help it roast in the oven. we would just season as we go. this is what ends up coming out of the oven 15 to 20 minutes later. it is all nice and just tender. but not mushy. then add in some raisins for a little bit of sweet. some pistachios for a little bit of crunch. some sugar for a little bit more sweet. capers for some saltiness and a little bit of vinegar. kind of playing off a nice sweet and sour.
whipped feta. >> could you substitute something like a ricotta? >> sure. just a little ricotta schmeared on top. it is a nice way to have butternut squash as a snack when your guests come over. >> beautiful. >> looking good! >> a lovely soup. >> yes. the biggest thing people have at thanksgiving. the unique thing about this is the spices. star anise, clove, peppercorn. tie this in a knot. some people buy it cubed, a time saver. or we can just chop it up into quarter-inch slices. i have some shallots warming up. you want to seed that for me? we don't have time on the "today" show because i'm sharing
the one who won the world series. sharing is caring. shallots, butternut squash. the chicken brought. this cooks down for about 25 minutes. most importantly, clove and star anise is very strong but you want to take it out right beforehand and get your immersion blender. >> what's great, this is dairy-free. >> don't worry, tamron. >> doing. >> harry, throw yourself in front of tamron. >> most importantly, garnish. >> i'm out. i'll be back. >> tamron hall's dress provided by butternut. >> honey! come back! >> you can put them in little cups for hors d'oeuvres. >> this is really good.
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>> announcer: the citi concert series on "today" is proudly presented to you by citi. there are a lot of ways you can describe common. is he an academy award, golden globe and grammy award sinning singer, songwriter, producer and actor. >> common has 3 of the 4 legs of the coveted he got. maybe he will hit broadway soon. i'm going it look at whatever camera i maybe he'll take home the coveted tony one day. he could do it. >> for now he's out with one of his most powerful albums yet titled "black america." his 11th. good morning. last time you were here you were in your acting role in "selma." >> i feel like this is a continuation of "selma" and glory because those are songs,
black america. it is surely about uplifting people and bringing what black culture is to the forefront. not just the protests, but the joy, the love, the spirituality, your god and us. just creating that equality. that's what the music is. >> it is great. common was on my show the other day. we had such a great time. what i learned most about you because i know you publicly -- but when i got a chance to hang with this guy, you are a terrific guy. >> thank you. >> just a good soul. you. >> the album is fantastic. take it away. >> yes. thank you. ? freedom freedom come ? ? hold on won't be long ? ? suddenly the southern trees we
as undone tied with the rope that my grandmother died. ? ? pride of the pilgrims affect lives of millions ? ?? for now we know the new jim crow the stop, search and arrest the black souls. philosophies of control, a cruel hand taking hold we let go to ee ? america's moment to come to jesus come on ? ? freedom freedom come ? ? freedom come ? ? hold on hold on won't be long ? ? won't be long ? ? freedom freedom come ? ? freedom come ? ? hold on won't be long ?
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kotb live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. the day has finally come. that day we know it friday. november 4th, 2016. jenna bush haguer in for kathie lee gifford on this friday. playing a little charlie ex-y ex called after the after-party. >> before the after-party i'm sleeping. >> a great, great show today. first of all, funny man kevin james is here. >> hilarious. >> along with andy garcia.
of your seat. has comedy in it. the two together are quite good. >> so good. also excited because maureen mccormick is here. >> marcia? >> yes, marcia, marcia, marcia! >> iconic marcia brady one of the most iconic shows for me of all-time. >> the last commercial, a little part -- used to wait for the little part. >> usually alice was in the tiny >> alice was always in! >> i love the little lilliana, a fan of pumpkin spice. the surprising ways to work that color into your life. look how little lilliana is -- >> smaller than the pumpkin. definitely smaller than a pumpkin. if you've got a kid in your life, invaluable information from a special young lady here to tell you everything your teen wants you to know, but is afraid to say. it's kind of scary. >> that's kind of good, from the horse's mouth there.
star rachel bloom is with us. >> ah! >> can we start with a big birthday today? >> yes, yes! >> my mother is 70 years old! >> laura bush! yes! party on, laura. >> really does look like she's party wig some confetti. >> at the 92nd y, can you tell. >> yes, yes i. love looking at -- >> wait. that's my mom holding poppy. but look how good my mom looks. >> my looks good. >> this summer. she's she looks so good. >> your mom is gorgeous. does she care that you say her age? >> no. no, no. she doesn't care. she does say she we want to her high school -- that's back in the day. >> which one's you? >> the blondy in her lap. the one that probably forced barbara out of her way to get in her lap. >> are you eating pizza? >> i'm pretty sure my mom wouldn't let us eat pizza in her bed. she likes things neat and clean. >> i think about the fact my mom is this really combination of
know, gracious and sort of an in a quiet way, which i'm not so much in the quiet way, but i just -- everybody was like i always, looked up to your mom, i wanted to bake cookies. my mom has never baked a cookie a day in her life, but sort of comes across that way. >> has that exact vibe in the makeup room. you know she knows what she wants but is always asking questions of everybody. >> i love her. happy birthday. >> posted a picture on instagram. keep a couple things in mind. 47, gorgeous. posted this with a #loveyourselffirst, healthy body, healthy mind. >> i don't know what to say about this. >> oh, my gosh. >> she looks so beautiful. >> i cannot believe how good she looks. we know she looks great and
be unaware of her beauty. >> also, there's roses in the corner of her picture. >> everything is coming up roses for j. lo. i will say, i can imagine getting a couple of my friends together, who -- >> that pose? >> just to do like -- it's like -- >> love yourself. ? ah, yea, yea ? >> and if i could have, something, you know, really pushing these babies up -- >> maybe down. >> everyone's are. >> it's called gravity. >> not j. lo's! j. lo's aren't down. >> everyone wants to do a real mom calendar with me. >> in that pose? >> also like -- you know? it's just, things can be, like -- for real. >> sticking out. >> for real. >> we can call the calendar for real that would be good. people would buy it. >> mom in the nude.
was sort of -- >> yeah. just strategically placing things. cards. >> note cards. >> just like that. >> all right. so, dana carvey was on the "today" show earlier this week. >> you love him. >> so funny. did a million impressions but i didn't realize how many he could do in a row. he was on howard stern and he did 17 impressions like that. so we're going to take a look at a couple of them. >> michael kane as a toddler. >> i can't say anymore because i'm only 2 bloody years old. >> paul mccartney on mars. >> we didn't know it would be so red. >> tom brokaw asking where the library is in spanish? >> okay. [ speaking in foreign language ] >> believe it? threw me right out. i'm on deck. live across the street. those at home don't know you're watching a thing called a television. >> not going to do it. education.
>> what does your grandfather think -- >> my grandpa loved dana carvey. look at dana carvey. >> loved the impressions? >> sure he didn't always, in retrospect, loved him. speaks to dana and my grandpa, after losing the election to bill clinton he invited dana to the white house to make the staff laugh and make fun of him. not going to do it. wouldn't be prudent -- not very good. that sounds my gradpa on mars. i like the strange combinations. >> by the way, such a testament to your grandfather. >> wanted all the staff who worked really hard and lost an election laugh, and dana carvey came. he's a talented comedian. >> speaks to the climate, how different was. >> not to get into that. >> not to go down that dark path. >> because it's friday. we have light. >> yes, we do. two of our favorite things
>> that combination is great. it's like -- peanut butter and jelly. >> bruno mars appeared at a lounge, performing a cover of adele's song "all i ask." listen to it and then we'll tell you another surprise about it. ? all i ask is ? >> that's adele. ? this is my last night with you ? >> pretty. >> when is bruno cg ? more than supposed ? >> people are crying and hugging themselves. joann -- joann, please, joann. >> this is important. >> joann, you have to show yourself doing that. >> you have to do it, from this version. >> come on, jo jo. ? all we do ? >> any day, joann ? no! joann. >> supposed to -- >> oh, joann -- [ laughter ]
that song. ? this is my last night with you ? you better hold me like i'm more than just a friend ? hold me lie than just a friend ? give me a memory ? ? i can use ? ooh ? >> oh, my gosh. so bruno mars, by the way, information. bruno mars helped co-write that song with adele. >> see, i was a, a child of the '90s, and i love that kind of, like, boyz ii men, that snap, remember "into the road" by boys positivemen? >> first of all, i love boyz ii men. >> i'm not a great snapper. >> bruno has that throwback. his vibe even now. all right. >> uh-huh. >> if you don't love kellie pickler you're going to love her a little more now.
husband. she's so fun. >> what i love about her. >> what? >> she's authentic. what comes out is totally real. >> she was on my radio show and came on with her husband. has cold. oh, i god a cold, honey, get me the jack. i was like, what? goes in his bag pulled out jack daniels stolen from the hotel. the little ones. >> wasn't stolen. probably purchased. >> they both shoot them down. see? we're good as new! >> anyway, this is -- this is from the show "i love pickler" when she and her husband went skydiving. >> -- excited. i was a little nervous, not going to lie, thinking about the fact we about to start plummeting to the ground. [ laughter ] from the sky. >> oh! sorry. i'm going to get really excited. we're going jump out of a plane! whew! oh, my god!
[ screaming ] >> oh -- oh, my gosh! >> whew! [ laughter ] ah! that was so amazing! [ laughter ] that's the most incredible thing i've ever done in my life! thank you so much. >> so cute. >> how adorable? >> i also love that the first thing she did was say thank you so much -- she said, thank you for so much. >>he >> thank you so much. >> can we just see jenna jump? >> i jumped out of a plane. couldn't find a picture. it was the '90s. it wasn't in the '90s. in the 2000s, but when you jump, it is the best thing ever, but you look -- you do it. this is what you look like -- [ laughter ] the wind blows your huge cheeks. >> did you curse? you cursed didn't you, all the way down? >> i didn't say, oh my gosh. >> kevin james and andy garcia teaming up for action and
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kevin james is known for "king of kweerns" and then becoming paul blart, the security guard taking higsz job seriously. >> andy garcia known for more serious roles like the casino owner played in the "oceans "trilogy. >> and we had a chance to sit down with them new original action comedy calmed "true memoirs of an international assassin." >> in it kevin play as would-be author expected to be a real life killer for hire. >> and andy tries to force him into an assassination plot. you got it? here it is. >> drive it. >> nice to meet you. >> you don't have to ghost. >> he is the ghost, juan. he's the ghost. >> he's not the ghost. i want to prove it.
>> it's a comedy. yeah. it's a comedy. >> hi, guys. good to see you. >> look at this pairing. the two of you. >> the odd couple. >> the first time you worked together? >> worked together, yes, yes, i was excited. once we were able to get our hooks into andy we pulled him in and it gives legitimacy to everything. to get to work with him. >> he's at greatest. >> gravitas. >> yes. >> any convincing, andy, or just want in? >> no. i'm a huge fan of kevin we met playing golf and some socially, but heim real big fan of this man. >> who has the better golf game? >> without a doubt. just talking about it. >> who? >> andy by par. >> i dropped to a 7. >> dropped? >> from an 8. >> that's the better way. right? >> had a low round and dropped. >> he's incredible. >> tell us about this film. so you are an author. >> hard to follow the premise. >>t's tough that way, but, yeah.
author and do a lot of research on international assassins and stuff like that and find out so much that i am mistaken for, you know -- they think i know -- us i stumb upon some information, they think i, only a real chacha would know this and then i get aucted and mee the great andy garcia in a far-away land and goes from there and have tory to convince them i'm no -- >> because assa in i want him to assassine the president of my country. >> of course you do. >>y wouldn't you? lot of stunts i noticed. >> women do them, too. >> oh, gosh. >> are you doi your own? >> a lot of my own, yes. e once i can't do very much, were -- yes. that's why i brought andyin, and it was tough. we had to take out the beard in a lot of the shots, but -- >> what it's for. >> i'm not good with heights. we in a helicopter, and kind of
>> i'm n enjoyin it. >> it is a little high. are you afraid of ights? >> i'm horrible with heights. i lock up. i can't move. tough to act whe you'rep there that high, b other than that, it was -- we prepared so much for this movie. got, you know, honestly, we drilled r like a month beforehand, jus working out choreographing the fights. >> people get hurt if you don't. hurt even when you do. >> exactly. >> how about that beard, andy, you were sporting? that was something. quite a thing. i kept getting work. i'll do it, but i have this beard. like six months, and my wife was very happy. >> she wanted it gone? >> wanted it gone. >> yeah. >> bye-bye. >> ever grown one for your wife? >> i did. the kids don't like it much. >> how could complicate a relationship t. is. never looks at good as andy's either. >> shout-out for you at the billy joel concert. singing mouth wide open like a
garden. >> such an amazing -- >> identifies my youth. everybody about -- honestly, the greatest guy, and you know, i've gotten to know him and he's just -- fantastic. >> what was the song you were singing? >> what wasn't i singing? it was literally from the get-go of the concert i started. >> all right, kids. >> we're excited for this mother and for your new series, all the best to you on that, too. >> yes. >> i wish i was at that billy joel concert with him. on netflix. >> it's the color of the season. >> what is? pumpkin spice. >> and lilliana will show you >> and lilliana will show you (chuckle) ( ?? ) come on, dad. ( ?? ) ? they tell me i'm wrong ? ? to want to stand alongside my, my love ? ? whoa, talkin' 'bout my love ?
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>> then talking monochromatic, also a huge trend. do pumpkin spice head to toe. >> can you? >> yes. make sure all the shades match. here we have this. you guys, both of the pieces, tops and pants from uer 21. unde$20 for each piece. >> jaers. >> yes. >> texture should be different, color the same. >> does this color look good on everybody? >> skin tone matters, but they have gors >> yes, also on someone fair. adds a fun level of contrast. the key with the monochromatic look at a pop of color on the shoes. from nine west, that fun pewter color. which makes the whole thing pop. >> i love that coat. >> the coat's beautiful. >> and aasis. >> when they want to wear it after the show i know i've done my job. >> i want this.
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sir in for kathie lee. i've sure you've heard that before. we we just do it one more time? >> all: >> playing the oldest daughter in one of the world's most famous families "the brady bunch." >> i can't believe he hit you with a basketball. >> a basketball? thank god it wasn't a basketball. >> a football hurts, too. >> yeah. they all hurt. >> you've come a long way, baby. maureen recently wrapped undancing on "dancing with the stars." we didn't want her to, showing what she could do on the dancing
you from the jump. something about, when we saw your name in that lineup and lots of great, interesting people,ut did you realize, like, the ground swell of support had you from your fan . >> i have to tell you when i saw your tweets, and what you said, i was so touched. because i felt like the real underdog. i felt like -- you know, i mean, i just felt very much out of my comfort zone, and to have all of that love and support. it was amazing. >> we always root for an brave of you to do that. i mean, i know that you -- it took a little bit of cajoling. they came back a couple times and wouldn't take no for an answer. >> yeah. no, yeah. it's been my biggest fear to dance. in public. and -- it was -- it was the hardest thing i've ever done, in my life. >> so describe the emotion. you're about to step out on the dance floor right before it's your turn, what's going on inside of you during that time?
seriously. absolute panic. everything leaves my brain. i'm like, i don't know any of the steps. don't know if i'm make it through the number. this is scary. it's live. >> yeah. >> and the other thing i think was so awesome is how brave were you to talk about some of the things that you have faced in your life. >> i didn't know. >> addiction. >> we were talking about that. it made us, somehow you empowered people. >> well, thank you. >> talk about what that was like to tell your truth. >> it's especially when you think you've learned things to share with other people to hel them get over whatever their addiction, or whatever -- you know, they're going through. so it' wonderful, when you can, you know, share that. >> you were so teeny. i was wondering how many weight you lost during "dancing." everyone drops weight. you wereittle to start with. so how much does one lose doing this show? >> i was like 115,116 when i
which -- >> we said we haven't weighed that since third grade. >> definitely. i remember when i was in sixth grade and was 101 and everyone was in the 90s and i was dying. >> i remember those days. >> crazy what we used to do. >> how do you feel? it makes you -- you're also a stronger, physically a stronger person than when you started? >> i feel incredibly strong right now, physically. mentally. everything. and it feels great because honestly you know, if want to lose a little weight, it's really hard to get those last pounds off, especially when you're a certain age. right? so it was great. >> did the other "brady bunch" people watch you? was everyone watching, peter and bobby -- >> well, peter came to the show. >> that's right. peter came. what about -- >> carol came to the show. >> do you prefer to be called by your real names. >> you think? >> when people come up and go marcia, marcia, marcia --
such smiles on your face that makes me have fun. >> you are going back, have to dance again? >> i do. >> whats in the finale? everybody comes back and dances? >> we all come back. we all have to dance again, which -- ah -- you know it is painful for me. it's scary. >> when do you start to practice? >> i don't know. they haven't let me know yet, and i asked them. i'm like, you know -- yeah. can i maybe be doing anything? but, no. they let you know evhi i think purposely. right? to make you go crazy. >> we love you, by the way. >> we love you. >> i love you guys. >> thank you for coming to see us. >> you were a childhood star. >> thank you. >> what your children want you to know but are not going to tell you. >> don't let the title fool you. she's quite sane -- we hope. >> starring rachel bloom stops
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>> primarily started as fashion and now more lifestyle. i really just wanted to inspire young adults to follow their dreams and do what they like. >> break it down into categories. first has to do with independence. >> totally. >> there are tons of helicopter parents. >> yes. >> who we know, understand, don't let you breathe. >> no. >> and this is sort of a new thing. your generation's the first. >> happening a lot with our generation. and what we're trying to show parents is they have to teach their kids, have realistic expectations. their box. do what they love, but show them they 4 strive for perfection, but it's not always obtainable. >> your mother, i'm going meet you and watch you have basketball practice. what do you say? >> mom, be honest, tell me when i'm doing great and respect my privacy. you want them to trust you not run away and rebel against you. >> try to get a scholarship. >> too much pressure. i think kids want their parents to feel -- you want to feel the
involved. >> but not too much. >> boundari. >> don't go overboard. >> a really important one. social media. >> this is totally my area. what i try and tell parents , from a young age teach your kids about the access they have to social media. so them what they see online is not always real. strive to be the best versi of yourself. >> how? >> the fitspiration, instagram an >> bullying i worry about, online bulis. >> starts with opening up the discussion. start talking to your kids. >> what should we say or tell our kids? >> sit with your kids at the dinner table. scroll through some of the feeds like twitter and instagram. show them pap great perception of what somebody wakes up looking like. this isn't a great realistic expectation and it's okay to be who they are. >> what age do you think kids should have a phone? what do you think? >> i think i got a flip phone at
4? 6? >> oh, no. not 4. not 4. >> maybe age 10. >> do academics because, look, we want our kids to get good ades. >> of course. >> sometimes our pressure may not be helping them. >> no. goes back to the helicopter parents. every parent thinks their kid is the greatest! and the best one! but you don't want to set these unrealistic expectations for your kids. >> how do you get your kid to stid? >> sit down with them. show them. look, there's actually fun apps online you can do studying things. should be doing online that's healthy instead o detrimental to their health. >> in this generation and your generation anhasimp on academics more than happiness. how should we emphasize academics in way that's reasonable and not put on so much pressure kids crack? >> it's unfortunate these days parents are so pushy. be honest with yr kids. tell them when they're going great and when they need a little assistants.
don't be so on them. give them space. let them grow and learn. >> okay. money, money, money. a lot of kids have trouble saving and working all of those things. advice? >> do you feel kids should work in high school. >> i started blogging at 12, wasn't making money. when i so parents, for me, young age, teach kids how to balance their money. maybe give a little allowance so there n idea how to balance money pt minute they can start working inspire them to get a job. in internship. >> they have to work for the alines. >> right. doing something. >> take out the trash! >> exactly. creator of the romantic musical drama "crazy ex-girlfriend." drama "crazy ex-girlfriend." >> rachel bloom is bound to make ?"all you need is love" plays? drama "crazy ex-girlfriend." >> rachel bloom is bound to make my friends know me so well. they can tell what i'm thinking, just by looking in my eyes. they can tell when i'm really excited and thrilled. and they know when i'm not so excited and thrilled. but what they didn't know
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who doesn't love a love triangle? didn't you always want two men to love you at the same time? >> i was in a love triangle. >> in real life? >> yes. >> that's great. >> this song is based on the self-indulgent feelings in a moment, oh, two men love me. if you're in a love triangle, i don't want to tip the show, chances are it's not really right with either side of that triangle. >> right, right. >> unless you have some sort of going to all be together. which is -- rare. it's just -- it's not a great place to be in, in the long run, but it feels good for like a second. >> the short term -- >> everybody's always wanted two known love them at the same time? >> of course. you want that kind of prime's prime's -- primal man.
what have i done? these are real people. >> how are the creative meetings? sitting around coming up with this kind of stuff it must about blast? >> really, really, fun, especially with the musical concept meeting everyone gets involved. in our first episode -- i like that -- i'm in a cactus costume, in the meeting, this next one dressed as a sexy fashion cac to say the most random things. >> were you a musical theater kid growing up? >> yes, yes. >> just sing everything? >> no. >> yes, yes. >> give an example of that, please. >> well, i mean -- the real-life example is, is, there was a school lip-synch contest and everyone did britney spears and i did the original "guys and dolls" broadway cast of a person can develop a cold.
mind you. the original with vivian blaine. the children did not appreciate it. i did win third place, because luckily adults were judging. >> i think you should have won first! >> we think so. >> and "fiddler on the roof," maybe? >> no. probably someone who did britney spears or eminem. >> speaking of liplip-synch, yo slied it. >> i did -- my definition, when i thi what "teenage dream" is, i think of the bands in the hall, making out, clearly having sex before any of us, and they were just -- tongues always in mouths. so i wanted to embody the spirit of an oversexed band kid. and then i did a -- a back
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