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save big. hefty costs less than ziploc. this morning on "today's take," unbreakable and irresistible jane krakowski back as co-host. and oscar winner redmayne and lori laughlin will be here. > all that and more coming up now. >> announcer: from is "today's take," live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. welcome to "today," a thursday morning, november 10th, 2016. i'm al, along with tamron. and she's back! special k. >> i love that. a legal substance. >> there you go. i'm thinking cereal.
>> that's what i first thought, too. >> a hip-hop show called "breaking" from the '80s, and the lead character was special kay. >> thank you for having me back. >> what did you do yesterday? woo he missed you? >> i watched you for a lot of the day. >> did you. >> yes. well, it was a bit of a somber day here in new york city yesterday, i felt. i sun didn't really -- the sun will come out tomorrow. it didn't come out >> yeah. it was a little bit gloomy. i felt new yorkers were a bit solemn yesterday. i stayed in and watched nbc. and was very moved by hillary's speech and by president obama's words to all americans and so -- but i had a great time -- i felt like i was spending the day with you. >> you know we can did something much more fun than me being on
>> going to some dolce. >> yeah. this dress is so lovely and green is my favorite color. sale season is coming up. this is what happens. thanksgiving, then between thanksgiving and christmas is your first layer of sale. so get ready, ladies. after christmas is when it goes 75% off. that's when i do my damage, after christmas after i've hidden a shirt behind shirts in the store only where i know where it is in a bathroom stall >> wow! >> you save 100% if you don't even go. today is the 47th birthday of "sesame street." >> what's the song? ? sunny day chasing can the clouds away ? ? on my way to where the air is
to get to sesame street ?? >> this is the original. >> they've updated it. >> is it like hip-hop? >> they have. there was a disco version. first aired on this day in 1969. >> that's a year before -- i was born in 1970. so my whole life has been "ses "sesame street." i remembered watching brothers. you'd watch this and get all revved up, then watched "mr. rogers" to calm you down. >> mine was "sesame street" and "electric company." >> and "zoom." there was a number you could
"zoom." >> they created the show just for jane. >> no, i was never picked. >> however, you made it on "sesame street." >> i was 47 years old. >> check it out. ? there's no grounding in preschool ? ? that's a rule you can't ignore ? ? there's no growling in preschool you're not in the ? there's no growling in preschool that's a rule you've heard before ?? >> it was an honor to be asked to be on. it was one of those great things. i did not get a "sesame street" bike. >> what was the theme you were teaching kids? >> what you are able to talk about in preschool versus topics that are meant to stay at home. >> like? >> like -- >> presidential elections. >> what can you talk about -- my
>> yeah. things that are meant to be sort of private conversation at home. >> that's a deep message to teach a kid. like, listen, what happens at home stays -- >> that's the beauty of "sesame street." all kidding aside. they would tackle topics that really nobody would really talk about for children who -- after 9/11. after hurricane andrew. all these things that were scary for not just adults but for children and they in a sense through the eyes of those "sesame street" characters. >> you were with kermit hanging out. >> i got to do a forecast back in 22001. >> al! >> kermit, hi. >> al. yes. can you tell us how we can tell if the hurricane is getting closer? >> yes, i can, kermit. first of all, the wind is getting much stronger. >> thank you. >> and it hasn't started raining yet.
see, are growing darker. >> darker storm -- what the hey? >> and of course, the sheep are doing the cha cha. >> i looked like i swallowed snufl uppagus there. >> you were adorable and you're handsome now. was that a scripted line? >> yeah, it was. >> the sheep line? because that's so you. >> no. the muppets do not no, i'm only kidding. >> i was like -- what kind of sad contract do they have? >> you actually got a little time with elmo. >> i did. in 2002011 we were at the final space launch in florida. we chatted it up about love and life. >> love? >> you know. in general. then elmo made a special video for my nieces. then it the rocket went off
it was big day. >> that's major. a personal message from elmo zp. >> you were set. >> was that your favorite sesame street character at the time? >> i really liked kermit. is the best. >> your son have a favorite? >> i would say probably elmo now for the new generation. now it's not grover anymore. it's super grover 2.0 or something. >> >> they've all evolved. speaking of evolving, we're going to see rockefeller evolve into the center of the holiday season because the rockefeller center christmas tree has been revealed. comes from an uptown town in new york. it is native american for -- wow that's a big tree. 94-foot tall norway spruce from
14-ton tree makes its way to rockefeller center this saturday. of course, as tradition has it, we will be lighting that tree on november 30th. matt, savannah, myself are going to be lighting that bad boy up. on nbc, 8:00 p.m. >> that's just beautiful. last year's tree was stunning. dylan has seen this one in person and she says it is a beauty. she met the family. it is donated and it is such an honor for the families to have their tree in center. it is going to be fun to watch. >> i love it every year. >> wednesday, november 30th, 8:00 p.m. don't forget, if one bulb goes out, they all go out. >> that's not true! come on. to keep the holiday spirit going, here's another sign that it's here. christmas is here. starbucks got their holiday cups out already. annual cups are officially back in stores tuesday. they brought some over to us.
>> non-fat cap extra dry. >> i do tall soy white mocha extra hot. he doesn't drink coffee. >> this is just my stuff. >> what is it? >> interesting, these cups are designed by customers from around the world. 13 different styles. >> it is the etsy of starbucks. >> last year there was a big controversy because they were simple red cups. people got i'd like to say people who had no lives. >> people thought they were reading things into the -- it wasn't a celebration -- >> these are beautiful. >> they are lovely. it is a winter fest. you got a winter sweater. >> i got a rock. . coming up next, it is the most wonderful time of the year for movies. so which blockbusters are we going to all be rushing in and we even get some good popcorn to watch. we'll discuss. after this.
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what! she washed this like a month ago the long lasting scent of gain flings ?? please bow your heads. and i'm just grateful that we can all be here in this moment. i'm thankful for my family and that they care about me. we're another year older, we've been through a lot of trauma no matter what color we are, no matter what uniform we got on. you guys are my family. nothing more important than family today. it's good to be together. lets enjoy.
we're back now talking about the good old days when there were only three tv channels. you were trying to explain to your son. >> with "sesame street" and all those shows, i tried to explain your kids didn't really mind you watching tv because there weren't that many choices to watch. here my son has thousands of channels to choose from. >> also dvds and all this stuff. season, holiday specials, which you could only see when they showed them on tv. >> which is amazing. it is like the modernization of our holidays. i guess the next shoe to drop is this thanksgiving in a box. i love this idea. so basically martha stewart and marley spoon, they have this idea. other companies are doing it but we love martha. you can ship -- get a kid shipped to you with recipes and all the ingredients you need to
people. >> you've got to cook it. >> but it is kind of like i do the food service blue apron. it includes turkey, turkey stuffing, mashed potatoes. the full kit will set you back $179. or just order the side dishes. $119 or something like that. you have inform november 15th to order. i think this counts as cooking. i had someone over -- >> of course it is cooking. >> because i follow recipes, i am a someone said that i'm not actually cooking. i think that's unfair. >> for five extra dollars martha will come to your house. >> "new york times" has the same deal. thanksgiving in a box. for their cooking app. >> you're a chef. that counts as cooking. >> of course it does. absolutely. the thing we love to do after thanksgiving, go to the movies, holiday movies. they're coming out.
the most anticipated holiday movies this year. peter berg, "patriots day," the story of the aftermath. boston marathon bombings. >> and "assassins's creed" based on the video game series which i'm not familiar with the video game series but it is all the big buzz here. >> then nothing says holidays like and we have this office christmas party, a comedy with a huge cast. jennifer aniston, kate mckinnon, jason bateman. >> "fantastic beasts and where to find them," with the harry potter spinoff. number one on the list -- i
>> what are you looking for? >> you know what i am looking forward to. i told him this story before. i remember going to the movies in 1977, to see the first "star wars." everything about "star wars" i love. >> what do you love? o comedy would be super fun to go see but i want to see all of those. >> are you a rom com, is that your lane? >> i like all those people in it. i am a huge kate mckinnon fan. >> kate mckinnon in a bad holiday sweater. i'm already in. and of course, the thing you want to be into is tomorrow "freebie friday." >> you don't know what this is. >> this is huge.
every week -- >> hold on. >> i need this job. need this job. need this job. need this job. >> you're ruining our friendship, al roker! >> every week we've been giving away awesome prizes for "freebie friday" from gopros to blake shelton concert tickets. tomorrow, we can't tell you what it is, but i will tell you, it is the biggest thing we have done yet. >> here's the deal. we run outside. the plaza, they have no idea. we include the people at home on our facebook page. viewers at home also get to participate. we started "freebie friday" two months ago. it is the most incredible like four minutes of my life every friday. we run outside, people are knocking their children over, throwing their babies. it is amazing. tomorrow is the biggest ever thing we are giving away.
in the way. unless grandma moves fast because it is going to go down. bring granny if she can move fast. >> let's show you what's going on as far as your weather is concerned as we look ahead for today. we're looking at near record high temperatures in the plains. very mild out west. gusty winds along that front in the great lakes. sunshine in the mid-atlantic states and gulf coast. tomorrow the sunshine continues along the eas miles weather continues through the plains. windy, wet weather in northern new england. rain moves into the pacific northwest and northern
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25 years together? you're only 19. what kind of mojo do you have? >> i guess we're eating right and working out -- that's not true. >> pizza every night? >> every night. >> i love it! >> you've had ten number one hits. what's the formula for making so much hits for your band? >> i think especially in country about life. we've been really blessed to be a big part of such songs like "amazed" and "i'm already there" the song we are performing today that's kind of touched people's hearts. especially "i'm already there" struck a nerve with our men and women in the military. >> my dad was in the army for 30 years. half of my family serves some branch. what inspired you? was it a personal connection or was it something you saw? >> "i'm already there" was
4-year-old about 16 years ago, that being my son, ret. when we were gone for six weeks, called home one night, and he said, daddy, when you coming home. so i song i wrote that we basically lived night after night from a phone conversation, morphed into something a lot bigger from our men and women. actually adopted this song after 9/11. so it's a song that we live night after night but when they're miles and miles apart, it is the music that kind of keeps them >> i heard something that might help you guys keep connected -- your man barn zp. >> man cave! >> is it a cave or a barn? >> yes. >> what is it? >> it's a place for us -- first of all, we park our bus there. we park our cars there when we go out on tour. but there is a little studio inside there when we write songs
enders" record, we wrote a lot of songs there. richie brought in like his pool table. we got shuffle board. all these ping-pong -- >> well, guess where we're taking a trip do? the band cave. are girls allowed in? lone star, thank you. we can't wait for the guys to perform in a bit. going to be a good one. and coming up, oscar winner does your makeup remover take it all off? every kiss-proof, cry-proof, stay-proof look? neutrogena? makeup remover does.
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harry potter fans have a big reason to smile this morning. because look who we have in the studio -- two of the stars from "fantastic beasts and where to find them." waterson. >> the story takes place 30 years before harry potter went to hogwarts. a host of magical creatures are accidentally set loose. >> first a look back at how we all fell in love with the wizarding world. >> reporter: it's become almost two decades since harry potter first cast his spell on the world. >> you're a wizard, harry.
rolling's film series debuted in 2007 making mega stars out of its young cast. boy wizard's now a $25 billion industry. watch the magic continue with a harry potter spinoff, "fantastic beasts and where to find them" starring eddie redmayne and katherine waterston set in the wizarding world of 1920s york city. >> what is that? >> nothing to worry about. >> what else have you got in there? >> good morning. so good to see you guys. what i love about this film is that the wizarding world wasn't just confined to england but it was also here in america. it's just a great concept of
rowling's imagination is just so vast. you kind of can't -- there is -- she probably has histories of the wizarding world, frankly, all around the world. >> you could sort of take her out like a party trick and just ask her any random question about any detail in the whole universe and she can give you a paragraph answer. if i say what did i do in the third grade, she'd say the first semester was tough for you and everyone laughed. she has details for everything. >> these characters are all new. to al's point, we now know this is outside of england. how fun was that to have this original creation? >> well, it was wonderful because we didn't -- there wasn't the sort of when you read the books everyone had an expectation of who harry was and for us, it was in jill's imagination.
characters were but we felt a freshness to it that we didn't feel the expectations. >> as an actor -- and i use that term loosely -- this must have been an amaze ig experience to enter this world and are you terrified of the super uber fans that are going to now be following you and your career and the next series of possibly five more movies? >> do you know what's so crazy is seeing them in costume. because we developed the costumes ourselves and figure out little quirks. like i needed to hide in one collar. to see that kind of mass produced is crazy. but they've been so nice to us. >> so kind, yeah. >> sort of feels like being on a sports team. >> you've been excited, i understand, about the expanse of the sets and especially being on the new york scenes. you hear music and you'd kind of burst into song. something like this, i believe.
? memories light the corners of my mind ?? >> you know what happened? ? what's too painful to remember ?? >> this wasn't my song. >> with a was your song? >> but really, it is just the one lyric. ? don't tell me not to live" i -- oh, no, that is this song. >> we morphed >> come on, katherine. ? rain on my parade ?? >> she was running up and down the streets of new york. >> it just felt like a wonderful old hollywood thing of a set that as far as the eye could see was like art deco buildings in the lower east side of manhattan. >> you see we have turned this into karaoke.
those sets that felt like old school hollywood, what you hear about. it was the vibrancy of it. it was unlike anything we had ever worked on. >> this is such an exciting -- just re-opening of this world that everybody's been waiting for. thank you both so much for joining us. catch "fantastic beasts and where to find them" in theaters and imax on november 18th. coming up next, "full house" star lori next project a real family affair starring with her
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'tis the season already? yes, that's right. we are kicking off the holiday movie season with lori laughlin and her daughter, bella. >> lori plays a talk show host who's lost her christmas spirit, then sent to a small town to try to rediscover. then she meets mia, a young girl with big dreams. >> miss harper, i know you probably hear this all time, but you're studying journalism in school. >> really. >> i never expect to be like you with the whole country involving and everything but you inspire me, i think what you do is important and i think you are the best at it. >> thank you, mia. >> although you probably should reconsider that thing you said about not liking christmas. >> thank you, mia. >> she's already honest. tell us about your characters. it is so great. >> i know. well, first of all, this is bella's debut so it was very exciting and very special for me to be able to work with her.
and he wanted to show her the reality of going away and being on a set for three weeks and what that was and maybe she wouldn't like it. of course that backfired because she loved it more than ever. >> that plan didn't work. >> you had an opportunity to find a script you could both be there and get guidance along the way. >> i look up to her obviously, she's my mom. so having her by my side the >> that's so sweet, wow. who are you right now? >> you filmed this -- it is a christmas story but, as usual, you film these things in the opposite season. in june. >> june. it was so hot! >> what do they do for snow? >> oh. okay. it's called snope. it's soap but it looks like snow. i was very into it. they had these like crazy things. like spray them everywhere. >> and if you watch carefully
in a while you'll see a piece of soap sudden stuck in their hair. >> i think the official name of snoap. and you go home and you're so clean. >> yes. you don't have to wash! that's how that works. >> what are your holiday traditions. >> we always like to try to find the snow. because we live in southern california. then we do dinner. if you are an orphan and have no place to go, you can come to our house. >> you've kind of become ms. christmas. this is your third christmas special that you've filmed this year. >> yeah. and i have two on for the hallmark channel. saturday night with bella, then the series i do for hallmark, a special premier on december 25th, on christmas day.
streaming december 9th, i think it is, on netflix. they do have some holiday -- i think it is thanksgiving, they do have new year. >> this is great. there is a vague aroma of holly. >> pumpkin? >> no, please, not pumpkin spice. whatever you do. we're over that. lori, bella, thanks so much. congratulations on your debut. that's terrific. every christmas has a story premiers this saturday on the hallmark channel. all right, now how about forecast? do we have any winter weather in the forecast? no! it's unseasonably mild but we do have an attack of snoap in the pacific northwest. we're looking for some cooler weather around the great lakes ond friday. saturday cooling down if the northeast. new england, unseasonably warm continuing in the plains.
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? he called her on the road from a lonely, cold hotel room just to hear her say i love you one more time ? ? and when he heard the sound of the ki l ? he had to wipe away a tear from his eye ? ? a little voice came on the phone and said daddy when you coming home ? ? he said the first thing that came to his mind ? ? i'm already there take a look around ?
? i'm the shadow on the ground ? ? i'm the whisper in the wind ? ? i'm your imaginary friend and i know i'm in your prayers oh, i'm already there ? ? she got back on the phone said i really miss yo d worry about the kids they'll be all right ? ? wish i was in your arms lying right there beside you but i know that i'll be in your dreams tonight ? ? and i'll gently kiss your lips touch you with my fingertips ?
close your eyes ? ? i'm already there don't make a sound ? ? i'm the beat in your heart i'm the moonlight shining down ? ? i'm the whisper in the wind and i'll be there till the end ? ? can you feel the love that we share oh, i'm already there ? ? we may be a thousand miles apart but i'll be with you wherever you are ?
around ? ? i'm the sunshine in your hair ? ? i'm the whisper in the wind and i'll be there till the end ? ? can you feel the love that we share oh, i'm i'm already there ? ? oh, i'm already there ?? >> beautiful tribute to our nation's veterans. congratulations. lone star, thank you so much. that was incredible. this is "today" on nbc. thank you to all of the men and
want to give a big thank you to our girl, jane! >> yeah! want to give a big thank you to our girl, jane! >> yeah! now you're talking. what do you guys have coming up on your program. >> we have bacon hot potato sweet potato chips. >> we've got molly ringwald. >> and kathie lee gifford! hoda will be here.
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from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> hey, everybody, it's thirsty thursday. it's november 10th. that is "faith" by stevie wonder and ariana grande. isn't that a funny combo? let's listen for one second. ? i got faith ? >> i got faith. come on. >> look who's liking it. look who's over in our kitchen.
darling daughter making her acting debut in a new hallmark movie i hear. >> congratulations. >> look at their smiles. and their eyes. >> wait, look. >> she got the blue eyes though. i don't know. >> father, right? >> gorgeous. >> all right, that's enough of that. we'll see you guys in a little bit. are you coming over to talk with us? >> yes. >> '80s darling molly ringwald. >> you think you're the only one, lo breakfast club, all grown up and a mom of three. another classic 1980s film she's bringing back to life. >> her role may surprise you in that. it's thursday. that means louis and jill are on the plaza to pick our ambush makeover ladies. they've been getting primped and pampered with transformed beautiful new looks. >> and a pair of hunky chefs.
>> did he just eat a sweet potato? >> they're going to show us how to impress your guests on thanksgiving with show-stopping sides. >> all right, so lori and bella, so tell us about that hallmark movie. >> it's a christmas movie, it's on this saturday night. >> is it a whole like six weeks of christmas, every day on hallmark? >> it's christmas every weekend, every night on the hallmark channel right now, it's a countdown to christmas, but we have our show on saturday night. >> you play >> i play a talk show host. >> what do you play, sweetie? >> i play just a girl in a small town who helps her. >> who loves christmas. >> who wants to be a talk show host. >> you're like so many other women out there. thousands of them. dreaming. our job. >> bella. >> and some day you get 'em, good for you. >> well, we wish you best of luck, bella. >> have you always wanted to be an actress, sweetheart?
started to love it more. >> i tried to discourage her. >> merry christmas to you both. >> we love you guys. >> that will be on the hallmark channel, 8:00. >> 7:00 central this saturday night. >> with that fabulous bill abbott, yes, yes. >> love bill abbott, love him, he's our guy. >> take care. >> bye, guys. >> so modern family's julie bowen, or is it bowen, addresses her rumored feud -- aren't they always rumored, with sofia vergara. >> a lot of times when people see two sharing the spotlight, they assume it's a cat fight. anyway, julie was on "ellen" yesterday and ellen was saying it's unusual that everybody seems to get along on that show. this was julie's response to that. >> it's a great cat and everybody really likes each other. >> we genuinely do. every now and then i get a caller, an e-mail, that says so-and-so trash mag will be running a story that you and this week it was that you are
you're jealous of her fame. i e-mail her last night and then we talk and i'm, like, what should i say? because we're friends. she goes, please, just borrow my blouse so i'm borrowing her blouse. >> i don't know why they just assume. we don't hear about it as much with men, you know, that they're not getting along. i just -- i love coming to work every day knowing i'm going to be with you. >> me year. >> and how many years has it been? >> yes. >> because of my hoda woman and everybody here that i love so much. you become a family. not you. no, no. all of you. amazing group of people. >> producers say one of the things they get asked the most about us is are they really friends, like off the show, are they really friends. >> i know. >> it's so funny because for us it's like natural, it's like breathing of course and everybody else wonders is this one hour pretend and then when you get off -- >> who wants to live like that?
>> no thank you. >> all right, so -- >> megan markell, you know who she is? >> isn't she harry's -- >> harry's new love interest. beautiful girl. >> and kate middleton. >> yes. >> she's adorable. she's on the show "suits" in case you wonder how we know her. >> they were seen wearing the same dress. >> let's see. >> why are we talking about it? >> because it's important. >> what? >> well, one's a long version. >> it's the same cut but one's long and one's short. >> okay. >> it's a furstenberg dress. >> it's beautiful, it looks great either way. >> kate could wear it either way and so could -- >> look at this skirt. this megan markell, she can wear anything. >> the palace is confirming she and harry are a couple. >> i think that's fantastic. i wish people would leave them alone and just let them. >> yeah, there are people who are apparently being very cruel to her on social media and the palace is slapping back saying
biracial? >> yeah, i mean -- >> so what. >> aren't we in 2016. >> hello, i thought we were. that's ridiculous. but love will overtake everything, right? >> yes, it does, yes, indeed. >> so there's a study, oh, another study, women have better memories than men, did you know that? >> i don't know if it's true. >> it's onne, the journal of menopause, so it must be true. >> there's a journal of menopause? >> there is now. frank used to say to me because b i've been through menopause three times. >> by the way, you have an incredible memory. >> so far. >> my memory's horrible but yours is really good. ?? >> what is it? oh, no. ? so it's the last ? ? we will remain ? >> there's a big note. ? whatever we ?
getting old. been through menopause three times. >> that is funny. >> yeah. >> they found women between the ages of 45 to 55 found they outperformed men. however, after menno paushgs women experienced more forgetfulness and brain fog. what? >> it's all about your hormones. you know. yeah. >> we have a new trend. >> babs is still singing. >> we have a new quick trend and it's called long ir >> come on out. >> so harper's bazaar says there's an ultralong hair making a mark on the fashion world that women like the kardashians and our own donna. >> and more tisha adams long before anybody else, right. >> i feel like i need to do this look. >> yeah. >> now turn around. >> so are they wearing wigs or wearing extensions? >> i think they're extensions. >> you were hoping this would be blonde.
fantasy. >> hey, guys, donna said fantasy. >> oh, yeah. >> all right, you look beautiful, we love you, thank you. >> i don't know. think it -- >> it reminds me of morticia adams. >> we originally wanted to do dark lipstick but we thought it was too much. >> how about old school for i-hoda? let's take it back. let's take it way back. i-hoda old school. hit it. it's called "take your time, do it right." ? take your time do it right ? ? we can do it baby ? ? do it tonight ? ? baby we can do it ? ? take the time ? ? do it right ? >> are they talking about what i think they're talking about? >> it's whatever you imagine. yeah, yeah. >> we, okay. ? we can do it baby ? >> yes, but they must have
>> it's a lot more than that. that's the chorus. i gave you the chorus. you say give me the chorus, i deliver. see, this is the part i like. horns. you got to have a horn section in a good song. we want to give a big shout-out to some auction winners who actually paid money to see our show. >> dane and jennifer here? >> dane and jennifer are here. they paid good money. >> why? >> they paid good money to see us. we're happy to have you guy, thank you so much. >> lady they were at the derek jeter foundation dinner and they're terrific ladies. ladies, thanks again. >> you can find all of i-hoda's stuff, why you'd want it anyway, on apple music. hoda is on her radio station sirius on monday and wednesday and you can even listen to our show on sirius on 108 i think. >> you're going to be very busy. >> the third annual greenwich restaurant week begins tomorrow but the festivities kick off tonight. >> what?
tonight with my stuff for an exclusive opening night cocktail party. it's going to be fun. we're going to be pairing my stuff with some signature dishes and lots of other local restaurants are participating. >> that will be fun. >> it goes all weekend long. >> it's a beautiful event. get ready for our amazing ambush makeovers reveal. >> and counting down to thanksgiving with some souper sides that will make your meal -- oh, it's going to take it to a level that you're not even -- you're on >> i'm feeling. >> what's with the mustache? >> what's with the mustache? >> a ? go paperless, don't stress, girl ? ? i got the discounts that you need ? ? safe driver ? ? accident-free ? ? everybody put your flaps in the air for me ? ? go paperless, don't stress, girl ? ? i got the discounts that you need ? ? safe driver ? ? accident-free ? ? everybody put your flaps in the air for me ? i can't lip-synch in these conditions.
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table. >> stable. >> yes, i'm already winning this batle. >> what is the name of your restaurant? >> spoon and stable. like where the horses go. >> that makes sense. >> all right, go on. >> and from chicago, illinois, congratulations by the way on your cup. >> thank you, thank you, my pleasure. >> jeff mauro is the executive chef pork and mindy's. >> it's mork. >> can we start over? >> we'll start with the sweet potato chips. >> i'mak famous maple bacon sweet potato chips, all right, it's all often baked. fun way to present this traditional flavor of sweet potato. we're going to use a mandolin. have you ever used a mandolin here? >> yeah, they're great. >> hoda, maybe not. >> no, not for me. >> you always want to look at the mandolin. you don't want to be like, someone grab the phone, what's on fire, right. so you get these beautiful little kind of things.
tails. baking sheet here. get it, like fish scales. then some melted butter. straight right from the cow. and then some maple syrup. so easy. we were going to whisk it together. right? with a medium sized whisk. not a giant whisk. >> why is medium -- >> i don't know. that's definitely -- and then we're going to paint it liberally. right. we're going to get crazy with this. we want every little kind of surface exposed -- >> without messing it up though because it's a thing of beauty. >> just pour it. >> pour it on and boom, all right. >> now what? >> season it, salt and pepper, right, boom, we're going to bake it high heat, about 425 for 20 minutes. >> boom. >> and then we have it beautiful like this. and we got my famous pork and mindy's pig candy here and we're going to sprinkle that on top and you're going to get that kind of crunch from some toasted pea cans and a little color from
the table and you can kind of peel a little bit off and get -- >> like a little nacho. >> that's so good. >> that's delicious. >> but healthy. pretty healthy. >> no carbs. >> what are we making here? >> the opposite healthy. creamy spinach with fried cheese curds. >> oh, my gosh. >> saute garlic. add a little spinach. >> that always cooks almost nothing. >> i know. >> you're the chef. >> i need some salt and pepper in there. >> he got it. >> there's your pepper. >> oh, that's good too. >> put that in your pocket, we'll save that for later. we took that down and it wilts to this. >> that was a room full of spinach earlier. >> the whole studio was filled. this is some cream, shallotshal garlic, bay leaf. >> can you substitute like low fat milk? it's not the same, i know.
>> yeah, i appreciate that. >> okay. >> so then we're going to put is over a double boiler. >> yeah. >> we're going to add some egg yolks. >> okay. >> yeah, keep going there. don't burn it there, chef, huh? >> i'm trying not to. >> appreciate that. whisk that up. a medium size whisk. in minnesota, we like to go a little bit bigger. there we go. and then we have -- thank you, thank you. and then we're going to fry these cheese curds. re traditional breading method, egg, flour, bread crumbses. >> what are cheese curds? what kind of cheese do you use? >> just cow's milk. >> just cheese. there's no name. >> the pure et form. >> just cheese. >> fine, why do i even care? >> we can call it something fancy. >> thank you. >> cheese curds. >> real quick.
that. >> this is going to clog a few arteries. >> here you go, here you go. >> i've had this -- i've had this dish at spoon and table and it's unbelievable. it's one of my favorite restaurants in the country. >> for all of these thanksgiving dishes, today.com/food. november 23rd, we're having a prethanksgiving celebration on the plaza, it's going to be huge, 30 chef, so you don't want to miss that. >> these are obscene, so good. these ladies are in for a little style shock when we debut their ambush makeovers. >> do you hear buzzing? bobby's here with new tools. right after this. ? ?you don't own me? ?don't try to change me in any way? ?oh? ?don't tell me what to do?
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we're back on this thirsty thursday and we're about to show you two unbelievable transformation because it's time for ambush makeover. two lucky ladies were plucked from our audience plaza and >> courtesy our beloved "today" contributors from the licari cutler salon louis licari, la, la, la. and our golden girl. >> yes, we love her. >> how was it today? >> pretty sweet today. you know, again we had plenty of signs. the ambush i can only say is growing and growing. and more and more people come here specifically on this day to be ambushed.
operandi. >> yes, it is. >> who we got? >> linda jane, 52 years old from washington. married two kids in their 20s. she's been going through a difficult time. she's taking care of some sick family members. she was recently laid off from her job in manufacturing. so her cousin had a great idea to try to get ambushed this morning. let's take a listen to her story. >> i know your so excited but this is also so important for you for >> she deserves a makeover. she lost her job. she needs a makeover. today's the day. >> you're starting a new chapter with us. >> yes, i am. >> we can do whatever we want. >> yes, you can. yes. i need to look fabulous so i can go on interviews and try to get a really great job. >> good for her. >> she's here with her friend sherry who said she ran ten blocks and changed to make sure she looked good for this moment with the blindfold on. please keep your blindfold on for a second. here is linda's before picture.
new you. oh, yeah. >> come on, girl. >> are you ready? >> ready. >> take often the blindfold. check out your girl. >> you look amazing! i love it. you deserve this. >> are you ready, sweet girl? >> you are gorgeous. >> right here. >> deep breath and go. >> look at her eyes. >> oh, my oh, my god. >> you look sassy. >> wow. >> it's awesome. >> i think she likes it. >> beautiful. >> i think i like it. >> louis, tell us about it. >> okay, i think we've -- yes, exactly. that's a great haircut. it's so chic. works with her face. it just frames it. it's beautiful. i love the side swept bangs. and the color. >> what do you call that, louis?
strawberry. she had highlights. highlights were great. and you did a fantastic job i'm sure. but what i did is i just wanted to make her a little brighter. also notice what it does to her eye color. they pop. >> your eyes are popping. >> i love it. >> she said she's so blessed she got chosen today. >> she deserves this. >> it's sort of antiquated you have to wear a full suit to a job interview so i wanted to give separates so you can mix d the top is from chicos and from talbots. >> our second lady is 53 from so of suffolk, virginia. she has three kids. she's a retired plane controller. befohat she was a 911 dispatcher where she met her husband who is a police officer. they are celebrating their
one and we want this for you. why do you want this so badly? >> i haven't had a haircut in a long time. i really want a makeover. a new look. new clothes. i pretty much live in jeans and t-shirts and i want to update that. >> are you guys ready to see a whole new look? >> and she is here with that husband of 30 years, allen. keep that blindfold on, allen. so let's take one last look at mary lynn before. and bring out the new mary lynn harvey. wow. >> wowzer. >> gorgeous. >> all right. >> you ready, allen? >> i'm ready. >> all right, take a look at your bride. >> oh, wow. fantastic. you look great. >> you gonna make it another 30? >> i'm hoping to. >> why don't you turn around, see what he's looking at. you look so pretty. >> oh, my word.
>> that is mary ann. >> yes, it is. >> you look gorgeous. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> so pretty. >> look again, go ahead. >> oh, my goodness. >> it's just an hour show, it's fine. >> one more time. >> so she did. >> okay, what we did is i lightened your hair. and then i added the soft, soft minimal highlights around the allison gave you this great layered haircut that shows off your face so it doesn't just hang. which is a major mistake so many people make. this lifts and almost like a mini facelift. >> so pretty. >> it's so, so pretty. >> love it, love it. >> thank you so much. >> jill what about the outfit? >> from chicos. we wanted to be able to dress up jeans because you only wear jeans. so you can mix and match.
for fall. >> great job. >> thank you to louis, thank you, jill. >> thank you. >> louis has a present for both ladies. >> here's your color to go, ladies so you can keep it up at home. >> all righty, up next, the fabulous molly ringwald on the 1980s classic she's ?? eyes open? good. because it's here. cue the confetti. say hi to xiidra, lifitegrast ophthalmic solution. signs and symptoms of dry eye. so give your eye doctor a ring, and your eyes just might thank you. one drop in each eye, twice a day. the most common side effects of xiidra include eye irritation, discomfort or blurred vision when the drops are applied to the eyes, and an unusual taste sensation. to help avoid eye injury or contamination of the solution, do not touch the container tip to your eye or any surface.
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>> i know, when i first got the call it didn't seem possible. i mean, it was a movie that i loved so much. shirley mcclane has an absolutely flawless, flawless performance. but you know, she was 50 years old we she got the academy award for it which meant she was about 48, 49 and i'm 48 so -- >> it works out. >> yeah. >> did you love that movie? >> i loved it so much. >> i remember crying so hard in the movie. if you want floodgates open. >> yeah, exactly. our play, it's never been done as a play before. our play is a combination between the james brooks screenplay and the larry mcmertry book. >> is that pressure because shirley mcclane played that role before you? >> i would say there's a fair amount of pressure because it was such an incredible amount of performance. i saw it a bunch when i was a teenager and made the choice not to watch it again because it would be hard not to make either
an actress and you've been in many films you get a chance to do it a ton of times when you do it in the film but you don't get another chance on the stage, your performance is what it is in that moment. >> you have a lot of days to explore and try different things. i'm really trying to find my own way into the character and make her a little different. she's a little bit more like the aurora in the book. and, you know, i put a lot of myself and people i know -- >> are you thinking of that same period or have you what year? >> it does take place from the late '70s into the early '80s. there's loss a span of time. we don't go 30 years. we go about ten years. >> you're a mom of three. >> i am. >> your oldest is a teenager. has your teenager seen any of your movies? do you think it's weird when they're watching? >> my teenager ma dilt ta has seen "the breakfast club." she's seen all three of the john
she likes them. we did a piece for "this american life" about me showing matilda "the breakfast club" because it was significant for me to show it to her. it was the one i kept holding back. >> why? >> i thing it was really important to me and i was afraid she wasn't going to like it. it really mattered to me. she loved it. >> how much we want our children's -- not applause but -- >> approval. >> approval. what did you say? >> you go from wanting your parent's approval to your kid's >> what did she say when she watched it? >> she loved it. she really connected to it. she connected to it in a way i didn't quite expect. it still speaks to teenager because all those issues still exist. >> they still exist. >> we're so glad you came to see us. it's going to be exciting. >> "terms of endearment." she's going to be appearing live in that show at the 59th, east 59th street theater. >> it's now through december 11th. so get your tickets.
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good day. we're following events in washington this afternoon. president-elect donald trump at the white house meeting face-to-face with president obama. here's a picture we just got from that meeting, a symbolic moments in the process of handing orpower from one president to another. i'm joined by nbc's hallie jackson and kristen welker. do we know the substance of the meeting? >> reporter: we are getting some headlines. presidenobama sees this as a moment to set the tone for a smooth transition. he told trump today, we will do everything we can to help you succeed. i am told he wanted to answer questions, wanted to talk about some of the challenges between campaigning versus governing. the mood here among staffers is bleak. the president's message to them, it's time to move forward. >> and hallie, the
what sorts of decisions have to be made? >> mostly about his administration, the cabinet and what happens over the next six weeks prior to the inaugural. president-elect trump commented that this meeting lasted longer than scheduled, which is did. they talked about foreign and domestic policy and the president-elect says he's looking forward to more meetings with president obama. >> chuck todd is joining us now. do you think this meeting was as awkward as anticipated? >> yes. it is awkward. and did donald trump at least, you know, offer any sort of remorse on sort of some of the criticism, vice versa, was there any of that, i don't know. but that will be a curiosity. >> here is the tape now just a few minutes ago from the oval office. >> i just had an opportunity to have a conversation with president-elect trump.
organizational issues in setting up the white house. we talked about foreign policy, we talked about domestic policy and, as i said last night, my number one priority in the coming two months is to try to facilitate a transition that ensures our president-elect is successful. and i have been very by the, i think interests, in president-elect trump's wanting to work with my team around many of the issues that this great country faces and i believe that it is important for all of us, regardless of party and regardless of political preferences to now come
with the many challenges that we face. and in the meantime, michelle has had a chance to greet the incoming first lady and we had an excellent conversation with her as well and we want to make sure that they feel welcome as they prepare to make this transition. and most of all, i want to emphasize to you, mr. president-elect, that we now are going to want to do everything we can to help you succeed because if you succeed, then the country succeeds. please. >> well, thank you very much, president obama. this was a meeting that was going to last for maybe 10 or 15 minutes and we were just going to get to know each other. we had never met each other. i have great respect. the meeting lasted for almost an
have, as far as i'm concerned, it could have gone for a lot longer. we really -- we discussed a lot of different situations, some wonderful and some difficulties. i very much look forward to dealing with the president in the future, including counsel. he explained some of the difficulties, some of the high-flying assets and some of the really great things so, mr. president, it was a great honor being with you and i look forward to being with you many, ny mor times in the future. >> thank you, sir. thank you, everybody. we are not going to be taking any questions. thank you, guys. thank you. >> it's always the last one z come on, guys. come on.
appreciate it. >> thank you, guys. >> don't know if you caught that, but president obama offering a few tips to president-elect trump about the press corps at the end of these photo ops but that occurred a few minutes ago and on tape the first face-to-face meeting as donald trump had pointed out that the two had never met, talking about policy issues and about a transition. let's go back now to nbc's chuck todd who is watching with us. chuck, the incoming president will be able to undo with a executive actions of president obama. do you think some of the discussion is don't do that or consider this before you do that? >> i think there was some of that and also the chief of staff denis mcdonough was showing around the organizational head of the trump campaign and will be involved in some form or another. but look, president obama on day one signed a slew of executive
that he could do that president bush put in and there will be that on president trump's first day. that's almost like a standard procedure from president to president, particularly when we change parties. but i'm guessing that a lot of this had to do with, look, the trump folks weren't preparing for this either, as you recall, lester. they were -- they didn't think they were going to be in this position so they are having to get up to speed pretty quickly on how to do a transition and in the post- presidential transition is more difficult and more important than ever, particularly seamlessness you need when it comes to this battle on dealing with domestic and foreign terrorism. >> back to kristen welker, you know the president has told his staff to get on board and move on with this transition. what does it mean practically? do trump folks start coming to the white house? are there face-to-face meetings?
transition? >> reporter: that's right. president-elect will start to receive intelligence briefings. they will be meeting with staffers here on a regular basis from now through the inauguration. you heard president obama talk about the fact that former president george w. bush really set the tone for a smooth transition and he wants to essentially do exactly what his predecessor did to make sure that this transition is seamless. i thought it was striking to hear donald trump talk about the iman from president obama, moving forward. remember, this is someone's who has never served in office before so president obama determined to make sure that this goes smoothly. lester? >> and chuck, very quickly, we've talked about things are personal between the two of them. no signs certainly in that photo op of personal, hard feelings. >> no. and president obama, this is a very genuine thing for him on the transition. because it was an extraordinarily smooth transition between george bush
barack obama's election was a full-fledge repudiation. president obama doesn't want to be accused of undermining the incoming administration so i think this is genuine. >> chuck, thank you very much. we know president-elect trump will have meetings with republican leadership on capitol hill later today. we'll have full coverage, of course, on "nbc nightly news."
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>> have a great day, everybody. next on live at noon-- walking on the freeway. a woman killed in i-94 this morning. what authorities are saying about this accident... and the traffic impact right now. then - transition of power. the white house meeting between president obama and president elect trump. what the two spoke about this morning. and sunny... but breezy. meteorologist brian gotter is watching a bit of a cool down. which day's we'll struggle to hit 50 degrees in the storm team forecast. i'm vince
oikos triple zero. be unstoppable. mmm dannon now at noon -- transition of power. president obama welcomes the president elect to the white house. donald trump and future first lady melania wrapping up their visit this morning. trump arrived in the nation's capitol this morning to see what will be his new home - on january 20th.president and mrs. obama will host trump and his wife - to ensure a smooth transition of power.edward lawrence is at the white house with this report. the president-elect is