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this morning on "today's take" freebie friday in full effect and you can win at home. ryan phillippe stars in a new thriller. p us as co-host coming up right now. announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's take" live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. welcome to "today" on a friday morning, november 11th, 2016. i'm al along with tamron and so thrilled to be joined by the
>> i'm excited to be back. i love it here. just like family. thank you for having me. >> you got a little something -- >> last time i was here, actually, i had just gotten it. >> really subtle. it's funny one of those things that just kind of disappears when you have it for a long time. >> it's so stunning. i want one. >> super tiny. >> did it hurt? that means yes. >> it depends on your pain tolerance. you flick your nose or something happens or you undergrounds and if you touch it, it hurts. that's what happened for about a month. >> jordyn is coming in hot. >> i want to be honest. everybody has their own pain level. i have tattoos, as well. needles and stuff doesn't scare me. >> that is exactly why she rose to fame. i feel like we've known you forever. >> okay. it's about to be ten years -- >> 2007. take a look at this.
>> look at that hair. >> is that okay? >> go for it. ? you were always there for me the tender wind that ? ? carried me a light in ? >> only a few people behind me. it was season six. >> simon. because of you ? >> i was so happy i hit that note. it worked! >> oh, my gosh. >> that's amazing. >> really crazy to think about. it's kind of like a twilight zone feeling because i feel like it was just yesterday and then i think about it, it's been ten years since i auditioned. i auditioned in 2006 and the live shows didn't start until
because i was such a blessing. i had no idea what to expect and i knew i believed in myself but "idol" was at i pandemonium at the time. i could win. i believe that i could. >> there you go. >> it's just amazing. >> then you go on to be an amazing actress. >> oh, thank you. i appreciate that. >> "sparkle" you just light up everything you do. the music continues. >> you have a new film coming out early "god bless the broken road." >> it's really amazing, actually. it's very much the -- >> oh, my gosh. >> it's actually very fitting for today. today is veterans day and the lovely blond that you see right there her name is amber in the film and she loses her husband in afghanistan. so, it's all about her kind of losing her faith and trying to get back from the broken road that she's on and trying to, you know, maneuver her way and i
you know, it was actually a lot of how i would respond if my friends were in trouble or my mom. they needed that shoulder to cry on. just very encouraging film. and i think it's going to be really amazing. the other really cool thing about it is that disabled american veterans we are, i'm an ambassador for them, but a part of the proceeds from the film go to them. >> i don't think i ever heard of that before. that the proceeds go directly to a veterans organization. that's beautiful. >> i thinks great. anybody who sees it will come ou encouraged. i feel like they're going to be better than when they walked out. >> what is so great about this you're seeing more and more of it, that there are these great faith-based films coming out that are addressing, you know, real need that's out there and a real desire i think people have. >> i think people -- hope and faith is something that people sometimes they don't realize they need it until they hear a song or they see that movie or
then it changes them, right? it makes them want to do the same thing for somebody else and i think, you know, now more than ever we need hope and we need faith and love and kindness and life is about choices. we choose to be happy. i'm going to choose to be happy and choose to love and i hope that somebody see the example and does the same thing. >> you're just infectious. >> in a good way. >> in a plague way. your happiness is infectious. so mean. >> yes. >> we have a picture of him. >> yes. >> there you are with your body guard and your stepdad james also a vet. you spent time at the national training center in san bernardino and i was told you were put through your paces. is that true? >> i got to train with them. they built a town and a city -- >> look at you. >> gear and everything. i didn't get to wear the fatigues, but, i mean, i think that's about 40 pounds of gear. like there's a vest and a vest
>> but -- >> i got lucky. they said there's certain packs where it's like, you know, somebody gets the skittles and everybody kind of fights over it. hey, you had skittles yesterday. i want to support the troops any way i can and to actually go and to actually train with them and see what they go through because you think about it and it's not your reality if you don't have anybody who is currently serving or you haven't gone through the experience. but holding that gun and like how it would be if they went over seas. and if you haven't been, it's definitely very interesting. but i appreciate them. >> one of the things that changed my life was doing a uso tour with jay leno and craig
base and i will never look at it the same way. >> my dad was in the army for 30 years. you grow up in a home and see this perspective. and our nation appreciates the sacrifice and a lot of companies today are saying thank you in special ways to active military members. they are offering discounts and deals. for example, applebe's free menu from a special meal. that's november 12th through the 27th. >> red, white and blue for vets and bridges across america an organization offering free wedding gowns. >> brides acros america. >> brides across america. wedding gowns to veterans and active military. for more information, go to bridesacrossamerica.com. send us your wedding pictures.
feel-good friday. >> oh, it is. >> we love this picture that jordyn sent. >> i haven't seen it yet. >> it's so cute! >> let's see it. >> i am a crayon. >> that's adorable. >> this wasn't for halloween. >> this was for her birthday. her birthday is october 25th and she just turned 3. >> what is her name? >> ava. that's my little one, ava. she has a brother or sister on the way, too. know. so, i wanted, she called me elsa and i was like, i'm going tatry to be an elsa for her and i couldn't find a dress and i turned around and saw all the crayon and i was one of her favorite things to do. >> the only elsa costume left was a sexier elsa.
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before starting xarelto tell your doctor about any conditions, such as kidney, liver or bleeding problems. to help protect yourself from a stroke, ask your doctor about xarelto. there's more to know. xarelto. happy friday. back now with more of "today's take" with our special co-host, jordin sparks. my phone is blowing up with everyone -- i sparks! >> thank you, guys. i love you. >> something we love, like talking about. we know the kardashians. i'm kind of obsessed, i'll admit it. blac chyna, rob kardashian, they welcomed their daughter yesterday. everyone wondered her name. she's awfully adorable. she decided and settled on dream rene kardashian. she was born at 9:18 a.m. at
l.a. the family's already posting photos and video of the baby. how much did you weigh? >> i think i was 8 pounds. 8 or 9 maybe. >> is that big? >> i was 4 pounds 10 ounces. >> you were a preemie? i thought i knew everything about you. >> yeah. >> well, blac chyna, rob and their families -- this is kind of epic -- they did the manikin challenge while blac chyna was delivering. please look at this. look. there it was. us >> whoa! >> that's blac chyna's mom. that's rob. don't know who that is. but they did -- that is awesome! >> i wonder if the baby knew. >> she'll have that for now when they watch baby's first video. >> i love how you see the up si >> she'll always hav it.
>> it depends on -- i guess it depends on how people see privacy in their life. >> they have a reality show. everything is out there. >> obviously. >> okay. moving on. >> that was almost too muc out there. thi weekend you might go to a concert or live performance. etiquette. what to do and what not to do. that's always controversial. >> okay. "wall street journal" has a round-up of some of the worst behavior at concerts. taking photos with the flash on. >> agreed. >> at a concert, a live >> but the lights are on the -- you're a performer. does that bother you? >> record all you want if it is permitted. the flash is just kind of unnecessary because the stage is lit already. you don't need a flash. >> it hurts your photo. >> yeah. >> shushing people nearby. i guess if they are singing along. >> i think it is situational though. you know how people after they sing, they're telling a story and people just want to be loud or whatever. some people want to listen and some people only want to hear the song.
i'm look -- woo! i'm very vocal at a concert. >> i'm an old guy, so standing. these fol w stand t whole time when others are sitting and they're blocking your view. that's why they sell seats. okay? >> i know! >> that's because you're so caught up in the mome. >> okay. for the moment! not for a whole concert. >> then sit down. okay, all right. >> again, i think it is situational, too. also how you ask people. woulyou mind sitting? >> arriving late and pushing to the front. >> i don't like that. no one likes that. we all know we don't like that. >> then climbing on someone's shoulders to get a better view. >> unless you're 3, do not get on someoneelse's shoulders. >> you're at a dora the explo concert, don't do that. that goes back to, c, standing wheneople are ing.tt you are now blocking everybody. >> there'ssually a little beverage involved. now i got a question.
are you able to see us like -- do you see us screaming for you? >> it depends on the venue i think. i like to see the audience and for the most part like sometim a spotlight is so brit that i can'tee past like maybe the first or second row. i've actually asked them -- i'm like i don't need that spotlight, it's light outside, we're good. i want to see everybody, look at them. because it is an experience for me ast is for the audience member, too. i'm singing these songs for you. i hope you relate something out of it so i want to be able to see. >> do you think drake would have liked to have seen this when i took my daughter to him a few years ago? >> oh, lord. >> and he saw this. >> this is al. he was at drake. >> it was like a five-hour -- >> the manikin challenge. >> you started it! >> i did. >> you should get credit for this. you started is the manikin challenge. >> yes, i did. >> it just depends.
taking her. >> n anymore. >> talk about seeing people, i remember drake was doing this thing, he was going, girl in the leopard pants, i see you. girl up there with the -- i love that hair, i see you he couldn't see them. but they loved it. they loved it. >> you knew somebody was wearing leopard. >> there were 3,000 people wearing leopard pants! i see you, hey you, waiting for the weather. i see you right now. let's gthatoo map. i see you. feel me? i feel you. i feel that wet weather coming up through the gulf coast. i feel that rain coming along the pacific northwest. i still can't get blac chyna's picture out of my mind. we got 80s making their way through the southwest and into southern california. 80s in southern florida. chilly through the great lakes and we are looking at more wet weather making its way into the pacific northwest. tumbling temps around the great lakes. plenty sunshine here in the
>> and that's your latest weather. >> what were they doing when you were seeing them at home? okay, . up next, it may be our biggest "freebie friday" yet. i know you think we say this every friday -- but trust me on this! i got your back. >> including you folks at home. >>e're going to get crazy. people outside, the people at home. do not leave your home if you're there. we are going to include you.
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we first fell in love with ryan phillippe back in 1999 after his role at sebastian in intentions." he was in the 2004 film "crash" which nabbed academy award for best picture. >> ryan is coming to the small screen with a new usa series "shooter" based on the 2007 mark wahlberg movie of the same name. he plays a u.s. marine veteran brought back into action to help prevent a plot to kill the president. >> good to see you. >> you, too. >> even though you were hard to track down.
remote? >> my people. i just like to see them how'she? >> don't tnk i'll be in cirque de soleil any time soon. is this a friendly call or secret service business? coat of the day, right? >> you really don't miss a thing, do you? >> ryan, good morning. >> good morning. >> i loved that movie. this one is kind of based on it, but how does this one differ a the book that "shooter" the movie was based on is called "point of impact." the character i played in the book was a veteran in vietnam. in mark's movie he was a veteran of desert storm. my veteran now is a character of the afghanistan theater. also in the series bob lee swagger has a wife and child which he didn't in the film version. that grounds the show emotionally, dramatically. and then there is lots of twists
omar is incredible in the show. it is very different. people who enjoy the book and the movie will also enjoy the series but it is not a retelling. >> it stands on its own. >> absolutely. >> that's awesome. what was it like training for the role of a former marine? i'm sure the mental has as much to do with it as just the physical? >> it absolutely does. especially if you talk about the technique behind being a sniper. it is very zen, very meditative. focus on your breathings, e your heartbeat can throw off the accuracy of the shot. i shot with the chief of the sniper school in the marine corps. i hit a 12-inch target at 900 yards. >> you did? >> yeah. >> hello! >> so it's legit. what you are seeing is real. i worked hard. >> do you transfer any of that zen behavior to your every day life? it seems like after training for something like that i would go to my zen spot every day. >> little bit. i'm trying to meditate a little bit here and there. .
>> you got something you're very proud of. you got an announcement to make. >> yeah. well, i've recently become an ofirm ambassador for hiddenheroes.org. hidden heroes is an organization based around military care givers and providing resources and support and a network for those who take care of our disabled vets. this show -- so i spent time yesterday at the medical center he talk with some of the families and the vets and see exactly how hidden heroes is making a difference for these individuals. i was really inspired yesterday. i could have spent -- >> gives you such perspecti on life. >> it absolutely does. i feelen times our veterans feel discarded or maybe they are afraid to ask for help, too proud to ask for help because these are men and women who have stared death in the eyes. now they're home and they're wounded and they're sort of afraid to ask for help. and so it is a great thing that
to help support them and get the word out. >> i love that. hidden everywhere. there's heroes everywhere. i love that. >> one of the things your series i think you are very proud of, you were honored with a got your six project. because of the way the show portrays a veteran. >> absolutely. i've done fair amount of military theme projects in my life. i come from a military family. so i've worked with got your six in the past. what they do, they're trying to position -- the veteran who's teflon, bulletproof or we see the veteran who is homeless and needs a handout. so got your six is about trying to find that spot in the middle that then -- in their communities veterans will be regarded differently and not seen as one or the other. >> real people. three-dimensional people. >> yes. >> ryan, thank you so much. appreciate it. >> show's good. i'm telling you. >> we want to also thank you the
"shooter" premiering tuesday at 10:00, 9:00 central, on our sister network, usa. next, i'm going spoon to spoon. not that kind of spoon. but the cooking spoon. >> that was so creepy! >> wasn't it weird? we're going to see whose sausage stuffing is best. can i give it to you straight? that airline credit card you have... it could be better. it's time to shake things up. everything you buy, not just airline purchases. seriously, think of all the things you buy. great...is this why you asked me to coffee? well yeah... but also to catch-up. what's in your wallet? here's a little healthy advice. take care of what makes you, you. right down to your skin.
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this morning on "today food," sausage stuffing two ways. all month we've been cooking up thanksgiving dishes to help you plan your holiday meal. joining me this morning, my pal, bo mcmillan, executive chef of sanctuary camelback mountain resort and spa in arizona. he makes his sausage stuffing one way, i make mine. i'm not going to say better, just a little differen but it is all beautiful because it alls up stuffing. >> it's all gravy!
chestnut, breadcrumbs, on jobs, eggs, apple. this is a simple, traditional recipe. grew up in plymouth, massachusetts. keep is simple. the home of thanksgiving. i've added onions and celery diced to the sausage. just kind of sweat that until it is translucent. once that's done, your base is ready for your stuffing. i've got some awesome brioche. real buttery and it also keeps your doesn' let it dry out. 's really, really nice. >> very airy. >> exactly. put that into the pan. once those brioche cubes are in there, just basically sweat off a little bit of sugar and butter. that's where the chestnuts and apples go then you are ready to fold in everything here. beautiful. want to season it up, of course. fresh parsley. i've got some beautiful thyme. i've got some awesome sage. don'te scared with it.
then we're going to add a little bit of chicken stock. then and the cid viner. >> adds a little sweetness to it. >> give it a little salt and pepper. that's important. now you are ready to mix this bad boy and get it into your casserole dish. one of my tricks, we put -- for 500 people on tnksgiving we cook for 500 people we mix it up real good, then butter and line the pa 350. you are ready to rock 'n' roll. >> you put it in the oven and it comes out looking like this. do you like to bake yours separately or put it in the turkey? >> turkey. old school. >> yes! nobody's gotten sick doing that. >> exactly. >> come on, people! i'm going to do a little cornbread stuffing. cranberries, chestnuts. they made me put celery. i don't like celery.
same kind of thing, brown off the sausage. then once we do that, we kind of t rid of that a put it in a pan. and then what we're going to do is take some of the onion, sweat that down. we've got some sage and rosemary. and again, notng the celery. >> i like tt you are bringing the meet with the spicy sausage. >> thank you very much. we take that, we've got our throw this in. here's the deal. with the cornbread, can you buy the cornbread ahead of time. let it sit for a day or two so it gets a little stale. or, you can make your own and let it sit for a while. now you've got your cornbre cubed. for a little sweetness, i went with cranberries. >> nayive to massachusetts. very nice call. >> chestnuts. it's nice, it is a sweetness, a little meatiness. then you take your onions and
if you put it in there and of course your lovely stock. we're going to pour in that, thank you very much. >> what kind of stock? >> little turkey or chicken stock if you want. little salt and pepper. >> and we are cooking. >> again, same thing. we put it in a buttered casserole dish. >> you guys are very similar. >> yes. basically, the difference being the cornbread. >> great minds think alike. >> you bake it again and -- boom. there you have it. cornbread, your basic finale of the spooning. where is the spooning. >> spooning? >> you and i. suddenly it took a turn. >> love you, al. >> happy thanksgiving, everybody. >> hold on a second. thanks so much. for these recipes head to today.com/food and remember on november 23rd we've having a prethanksgiving celebration on our plaza. 30 chefs and a whole lot of surprises.
coming. >> thank you. all right. >> let's take a look at your latest forecast. i can do this all day. >> let's take a look at your weekend, your outlook. unseasonably warm through the plains. plenty of sunshine making its way through the great lakes. and we've got wet weather in the pacific northwest. sunday -- sunday -- we are looking at heavy rain in the pacific northwest. it is going to be toasty in the midsection of the country. little wet weather also making its way through the southeast.
>> bo, this is spectacular. >> it is spectacular, bo. >> we don't even really need the turkey. >> i know! just the stuffing. >> one of my favorite things. coming up next, we're going to make this sffg disappear but musician jason bishop is here to make some things disappear. let's just say you're going to be amazed. after these messages. and at progressive, we let you compare our progressive direct rate... great deals for reals! ...and our competitors' rates side-by-side, so you know you're getting a great deal. saving the moolah. [ chuckles ] as you can see, sometimes progressive isn't the lowest. not always the lowest! jamie. what are you doing? -i'm being your hype man. not right now. you said i was gonna be the hype man. no, we said we wouldn't do it. i'm sorry, we were talking about savings. i liked his way. cha-ching! talking about getting that moneeeey! talking about getting that moneeeey! savings worth the hype. now that's progressive. liste of bad breath germse.
just another magic friday. our next guest, magician jason bishop, is a master when it comes to all things with the art of illusion. >> he is here to astonish us with a very scial four-legged assistant. >> this is gizmo. >> you've been into magic since you were a little one. go very small. yeah. always fascinated by it. then at about 15 years old i just went all in and never turned back. every day wking on it w pup? >> he taught me evething i know. >> you've got -- >> he was in the show firsteek heas -- iad him. >> let's see your first tric >> fist bump? high five? all rit, les go, buddy. >> very nice. very nice. gizmo's trick.
gizm box. no, come on. >> wait a minute. what? right under your noses there. there. bam. check sleevesout. >>his is mg me uncoortabl >> he's a pancake. bye, zmo. >> he ends up ithe weirdest places. >> i'm rey. where is he at. i kidding! >> now your next trick -- >> is there hpy endin to this? >> from is. he comes to the theater. >> where are you performing? >> we at theew victory thear. the oldest running theater on oadway. >> i want t dogback! verybonows how to solve arubik's cube.
straight. i can'tlly actuawist a tn the cube and solve it in the manner they tell you to. but if you watch closel i can create the illusion it's solved. bam. >> that's crazy. go did you see that? >> your mind's blown. >> if we only had somebody who can bring gizmo back. >> come on! >> what? >> how did you get gizmo? >> would you tell us what went down? that was crazy. >> he was in her dressing room. >> he's happy, too. >> that's incredible. >> right? i don't know. >> gizmo? >> is that the same dog? had. >> tell me, what happened. >> will u fist bump again? >> o more trick? >> real quick. >> tell me what happened, gizmo. >> so card trick. >> see you later, nice talking to you. >> thanks for return, the dog,
top. but let's get everybody involved. just pick a card, tamron. >> i love how you said my name. tam-ron. >> hd it to jordin. sign your name across the front -- the face of it. just like tt. sign your name. we'll show it to everybody. i can see. there it is. thatas picked by tamron and signed by jordin and later what we're going to do is kind of sandwich her card between these two kings like that. over here, we have the two red kings. they go like that. al, put out your hand. i'm going to put this right here. put your other hand right over top so nobody can see. i've got the card picked by you, signed by you. you are holding on to those.
>> list. listen. i can't. >> i'm looking dead at you. >> that was cool. but here's what's crazy. we are a little bit away. i haven't touched you. lift off your hand a little bit there. move the cards aside. between the two red ones you'll see one upside down. pull that out. >> oh, come on! >> stop! stop it! >> get out! unbeliable. wow. jason, thank you. you're performing at the new victory theater here in new york november 18 through the 27. we're back in a moment. bu
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>> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. is that stg? >> sting. >> two great surprises. sting is performing on our show on this friday, november 11th. >> yep. >> and our second surprise, look who's filling in for kathie lee. has lir our -- hilarious andrew. >> look, a talk show host. >> pretending to be kathie lee
kathie lee. >> let's see. so far -- >> hoda woman -- tell me what you got, hoda woman. this is so great. thank you so much for having me. >> a little weird sitting here. >> it does feel like -- like an elaborate prank. like i do feel like someone will come out, you're not doing anything. get out of here. >> do you feel nervous in situations like this, or not really? >> think about it. trying not to think about it. >> you've done a lot of things i your professional life and seen a couple of them. talk about, younow andrew, refresh your memory, from "the intern." >> yeah. >> i like to live here. >> there i a. stop it. remember? >> anne hathaway. >> were you prends after that? >> yes. she was very, very sweet and kind and i remember i was rehearsing "hedwig" on broadway
huge, lovely bouquet. she's very thoughtful. >> do people get like pals? do you end up having a bond that goes beyond? >> movies are -- not that i've done a ton of movies or television. not there -- the theater stuff, you become a fame. 24/7. >> together all the time. >> my new family now is with >> i'm sorry, what? >> casually mentions my job. look. there i a. let's listen to a send of this. what's your role in this, andrew? >> well, i play a character named whizzer. >> whizzer? >> yeah. not the best name in the world, but the show is -- it's a really fantastic sort of very heartfelt, unexpected family dynamic. the first act was written in 1980, and it sort of centered around this character marvin
with me. >> you. >> and that -- that's tough. then the second act deals with sort of the continuation of them sort of continuing to be this sort of unconventional, unexpected family. >> do you feel comfortable on a broadway stage? when you step out, do you feel like, i'm home? does it feel like that for you? >> yeah, yeah. with this show in particular. yes. it's a great fit and i love my cast so, so much. >> ever seen "hamilton" everyone's jonesing >> and that was that must have been -- that was the hottest ticket on earth and the most nerve racking. >> and i don't know if i told you so i did my forty performance on stage and all i had to do was walk out and sing one song and i forgot the words. not my best moment. >> so what do you do in a
>> so i move my mouth hoping that people would think that my microphone went out. did not go well. did not fool anyone. >> you're on girls. >> yeah. >> you're on all of the hot things. look at you. that's what is happening. i notice a trend. >> things that are happening -- >> it's all part of my plan. >> your master plan? >> yes. >> should we make a toast? >> yes. >> this is are cocktail. >> i have the bert reynolds. >> okay. yeah, that's boozy. >> yeah, take a sip of that one you got my lipstick. >> yeah. >> that's strong.
movember and that's for men's health. >> that's for drinking in the morning. when did that start for you? >> we want to blame chelsea handler for that. it was the book hello vodka and we decided to give her a drink, and we did. then a few weeks ler shields came on and was like where is mine. we just kept it going. isn't that cool? >> not a bad gig. >> we want to give a toast to the newest kardashian baby. >> dream. >> that's right. dream rene kardashian. >> they had a baby.
dream. >> no. here is that baby and she was born yesterday morning and black china posted yesterday and often people take pictures in the delivery room and took a video doing the manaquin challenge. >> okay. >> there's a lot happening. >> okay. now, as we were discussing before the challenge is something that no one where it came from. >> what do you think of the idea? >> well, does it benefit someone? >> yeah, there's no money that goes anywhere. people just seem to be enjoying it. >> at least we're clear. it's just for fun. >> it's easy and low maintenance and anybody could do it. rob wrote thank you for having our baby and being so strong. i love you so much and can't wait to see her get older day by
>> adding a baby. so do you know the couples andrew that are the perfect couple and you're in the orbit and it's annoying? >> yeah, all of the time. >> you do? chris brat is that kind of a couple. >> yeah, i saw jennifer lawrence talking about this very thing. >> yeah. >> what did she say? >> she said that was gross. >> what was the quote? >> >> she said it on "ellen." >> how great is that family? >> oh my god. so cute. the son is a genius. she is nice and hilarious. you know when you see people so happy that it just makes you miserable. >> miserable. >> are you in love? >> yeah, i have a boyfriend and
>> aren't you so happy? >> so thrilled. aren't you -- i don't think that you should ask someone in a relationship are you happy. >> are you happy? >> how is it going? if you want to be in a good mood on friday, there's another song on the hamilton mix tape or whatever you call. >> yeah. >> so you like this one? >> well, when i was there last year and it was a full i heard one of the see you tracks and a little snip there and so it's exciting that it's all coming out. >> okay. so the new one that's out is the see you track. listen to the one that andrew loves the most. ceia track. ? ? i just might regret knode i remember those soldier boys ? >> i mean, the-what they do in the show is also, like, so
>> andrew learning history. >> i know. >> you know what i mean? >> the crazy part. >> do a kelly clarkson. listen to that one. this is kelly. >> what's she up to? >> the qet one. ? i could trade his life for mine ? >> oh, dear. real sad. a lot of people crying on treadmills worng out to this. be, like, a lot of feelings. >> pump it up? busta rime singing "my shot." >> yeah! ? my shot just like my country ? >> you can't go wrong. >> you really can't. they're all great. >> a nice guy to work with, by the way? >> he was awful. he's just the worst. everybody's like, oh, man. he's not super smart. he's not that nice. i wish he had more to say. i wish he had a better worth ethic, quite frankly. can he juggle more? do more things?
between that and working with lena dunham. i have no skills and do nothing with my free time. wrote a book and -- like writing offs these other projects and i was just like reading, patting myself on the back for reading a book. >> congrats to you. >> reading a book! not even writing one. >> reading one. >> right. >> and end with a little bit of laughs. a young boy who has to take out the trash. >> i'm skeptical but let's check it out. >> had trouble with the trash can. courtesy of funniest home videos." the winner this -- oh, no, no. that's not. >> yep. >> not the smartest little dumm >> oh -- >> oh, no. >> maybe turn it around, dumb-dumb. >> a child! wait. he's doing it. >> ts is how youlearn. >> first of all, where is this? that driveway is -- oh, wowser! this is -- >> what's funny -- >> he's fine though, right?
>>s fine. all good. >> that's not great. >> and by the way, ually when i see videos likehat i feel terrible and usually don't laugh. so i feel guilty laughing. >> i was laughing. please. >> she was on tv once, and now at it again. look who's here? >> sela ward is here. loved you since "sisters" sela ward. >> and latest role coming up, gogo? i'd like to give you a gift. that is so thoughtful, bootsie. when you get your coupon and spend $75 in store, you get a $10 a gift card? i want you to have the gift card. aw! but what'd you spend $75 on? ?? whoa. all those cute little cat videos were very misleading. get your coupon, spend $75 in store and get a $10 gift card to use in december. toys"r"us ...awwwwesome! everhing you need to know about life,
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crisis. take a look. >> oh, my god. i love you so much, but you are driving me crazy! and whatever it was that w happening and whatever it was that happened the day that made you snap out of it, i'm really happy for you. now let's see if after 40 years you can find a way to do the same thing for meep. >> oh! oh! >> you missed the best part. >> give us the rest! no. we don't >> a bleep. a complete bleep. you have to watch that scene. okay, that scene is what -- >> tell us. >> -- the therapist and the whole family son the sofa, and -- mine, it's brilliant. that was -- an unfortunate cut. >> cut off a little too soon. >> cut off a lot, but -- it's that kind of show. you have to watch it. it's really racy. it is.
about, first of all, that it's a political show and, obviously, a comedy, but dealing with political themes and also kind of not exactly rippedrom the headlines but a lot of parallels could certainly be drawn? >> i mean, first and foremost it'sbout a wacky, dysfunction family. so we got love, and the political world just the backdrop and makes for great comedy, because it's nick nolte's character plays the former prest. sitting there looking at his presidency going, oh, my god. i made all the wrong decisions and he's going right all of his wrong decisions and it's really hysterical. and the -- it's a composite. it's a composite white house family. >> yeah. >> nick nolte. >> yes. >> what is he like to sit across from and work with day after day? >> you know, i wish i had a bottle of wine and, like, four
somewhere. >> his old hollywood stories, oh, my lord. he is -- he is so sharp still and shows up as an actor with 180%. >> wow. >>nergy and focus and a very giving actor and -- i love him. i'm having the best time with him. we laugh. >> fun to see him do something funny, too. >> yes, yeah. >> we love that you're back in new york. you moved here! >> i'm back in new york. oh, my god. >> how does it feel to be living here again? >> i feel like i'm home, because i lived here in my 20s. that's such aformidable time. i was modeling. first drawing things on a storyboard as an artist for $6 an hour. >> what? >> and somebody said, you should model. you could make $100 an hour.
manhattan and really got to know the city. >> what neighborhood were you living in? >> i feel i'm home. back then, upper east side and west side and now downtown and i don't know downtown and happy i'm here. >> so much fun. wow. >> sela, we -- we love you. had you on my sirius radio show. one of my favorites i've ever done. you're such a great person. thank you for coming to see us here. >> welcome back to new york. >> andrew, i'm going to see you in "falsetto" i'm so ex airing sunday nights on epics. up next, we will explain and be back. >> and in honor of what a lovely home you have. is this your family? yea, that's my daughter, my son, and that's my... hey, kool-aid man! ...husband. oh yeah!!! [ crashing ] [ electricity crackles ]
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>> melissa is here with two veterans to help show off the goods. jose garcia here from 101st airborne. >> yeah! >> and served in the marine corps and the air national guard. >> yes. >> thank you both for your service and thank you for coming today. >> thank you. >> and so, yeah. we have models here for a reason. >> yes. jose served in the vietnam war. how adorable? my father-in-law. i'm a little biased. >> is he! >>e so excited. awareness line sold exclusively men's warehouse. donated over $870,000 through this line. when you make a purchase through this portion, it goes, portions go directly to veterans. >> jose, you look amazing. >> amazing. how sharp does he look? amazing. >> do you like that outfit? >> yep. so handsome. and delilah, gorgeous and tough. in the marines. wearing a gorgeous outfit from
been involved since 2012 and donated almost close to $1 million. suits, new suits to ae dignity . new clothes and suits to veterans. >> delilah is rocking the shoes. >> comfortable? >> great. gorgeous, and, yes, we have a surprise for you. >> we do for both of you. going to keep everything that you're wearing. all given to you. by the "today" show to say thank you. >> thank you for everything u' >> thank you both. what have we here? >> also tons of brands. you know, who knew that all of these brands, a lot of brands give back to veterans, so important. this is from a brand called n philanthropy giving 30%, helps veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder. we saw that today. and giving 20% to charity
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i'm so excited. back with an actress who dazzles us from one role to another. her name, thandie newton. >> kristine in "crash" serious butt in "mission impossible: 2 "and on the hit show "e.r." >> now thandie is back on the small screen in a thinker called "westworld" playing maeve millay realizing her thoughts might not be her own. i'm noticing a band between you and andrew -- no, no, no. a weird thing. in the commercial break, like
>> in another life, maybe? >> a weird connection is happening. >> i think it's happening. >> i'm preprogrammed. >> loved her forever, maybe? >> in a past robot life, maybe. >> i'm a fan of "westworld" and love it. the scenes, you have to bounce back and forth, playing a character but also sort of the robot who plays the character. where did you start? >> it's giving me a headache. >> how did you launch into that? sort of stick with one thing at a and really clear. and so obviously,e had a lot of advisors to remind us where we were. and each scene was so fantastic that -- i was just -- i think my enthusiasm for playing the role would give me all the, you know -- >> information. >> information. >> you seem to pick great projects listing them, every single one is a winner. >> uh-huh. >> i'm taking you home with me.
when you look at a script does it hit you, you say, yes, i don't care what anybody sells? >> true kbrop look at character's vishgsd the whole piece. if i kneel whole piece will be a valuable contribution. you mentioned "crash." a small film none of us a thought would be seen and it caught everyone's imagination. similarly, i just tend to -- and with "e.r." a time when a film actor shouldn't really do television. this is a long time ago. i wanted to do i a story line focusing on the congo and -- a wonderful role. i did it, despite told it was necessarily the ring thing to do. >> and noah wyle's girlfriend. >> right. [ laughter ] >> i got to see the coming episode for "westworld." >> i haven't seen it yet! >> yep. it's so -- it's a very, a very special episode. >> getting really serious now.
have been turning on that show every week. there's been some big reveal. >> episode serve be. >> seven. >> nearliality pinnacle. >> when did you finish filming? a long time or -- >> ouch. ooh, my brain. last year. >> so do you remember, like, when i was -- episode seven. oh, i remember what happens? >> i do remember having made it, but i haven't actually managed to watch the episodes. >> are you -- >> is that what happens? is that liberating? >> it's hbo. we all >> no, it's not -- it's not just for the sake of being naked. >> no. >> like your show. that nudity is justified. >> and not always sexual. >> and like "westworld" it's not a sexy nudity. >> being naked in the corset with the boobs up here. >> why is that? why? >> the saloon outfit. >> looking at that --
eject sexually. i would never that in real life because i think it's distracting. i want to have a conversation with your eyes. the nudity is about the character's vulnerability. these robots are treated like cattle. >> i think you two will be working together soon. a feeling base and your conversation before. i look forward to that. >> a "westworld" spin-off. >> t. would be easy. i love it. >> "westworld" airs sundays on hbo. >> hbo! coming up, a performance from sting. >> what? >> a repeat performance, very excited. >> yes. plus family friendly destinations for holiday travels destinations for holiday travels coming up right after this. just press "clean" and let roomba help with your everyday messes. a full suite of sensors automatically guides roomba throughout your home.
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the holidays are fast approaching meaning now's the time to book travel wn are off school you're ready to go. >> here to tell us more about family-friendly destinations -- >> family vacations in the u.s. >> they are. basically i brought you travel gifts. >> oh. >> underneath each one of these gifts is an all-inclusive package for a family of four that will hit about $100 per person per night. >> okay. food and everything? >> everything. >> wow. >> all righty, then. >> are you ready to go?
>> where are we going? >> to south carolina. >> nice. >> an incredible resort 30 minutes drive from charlesen. you basically there's golf, tennis, spa, you can't get bored >> t. all-inclusive meaning -- talking food? >> even food. >> wow. >> what? all right. so bring the kids. going golfing. >> and this is amazing. >> what's next, honey? >> get ready. >> i'm ready. >> what? >> that what is this? [ laughter ] >> we're going scuba diving. >> no. >> skiing. >> yes. do you ski? >> no. >> no. >> anyway, move on. no, no, no. tell us. >> if you did ski, i would take you to vermont to spruce peak. >> people love skiing. >> beautiful $19 million resort trying to compete buy vale in aspen. add on spa passes, lift passes.
know love, love, love. all right. let's go, nice and slow, and reveal the next one. >> this is my favorite. i must admit. >> i can't wait. >> what do you think we're doing? >> we are -- going to the beach! >> close. >> we're going to the pool. >> yes. >> oh! >> water park. >> this is -- exact. thank you. i love water parks. he's prepped! >> ts is, talking about great wolf in southern ohio. which has an indoor water park. you have 84 degrees year round. >> wow. >> 52-foot tall water coaster. so much to play with and food and drink all included. >> great. are these trips you can take between now and christmas or -- when -- >> for right now. remember, you don't have to go for a week. take a long weekend. very budget friendly. adjust, i just want a couple days away. >> yeah. >> pack my wallet. >> make it easy. all right. >> remember the kids. >> here we go.
>> and one of you -- go on. honey, go on. >> where are we going? adorable boots. >> i want a little country music. >> where are we going? yes! memphis? >> nashville. >> almost. we're going to branson, missouri. >> another good one. yeah. >> which is basically, i think of it as the little las vegas. the vegas of the midwest pap . aee sort offering tickets to >> i would see that in five seconds. >> a local, mini golf a theme park, and you've got frozen custard, missouri's -- i must admit i would get fat eating the frozen custard. >> branson is one of the spots i want to go there. >> my co-star used to work there. >> what did she do? >> a singer, i believe.
>> grand finale. >> ta-da! >> "westworld." >> a call back. a little bit like a real-life "westworld." dude ranch near tucson, arizona. this means, i want to play with these. makes me feel like -- >> like a little boy. >> horse riding lessons. it's basically fun for the whole family, but outdoors, lots of nature walks and anything you want to do. >> wow. >> make >> and all afford and great on the website. details, we have them for you. thank you, honey. andrew, tell you, guess who's performing here? >> ah -- sting. >> sting is! that performance coming up,
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>> doing "falsettos" tonight running through january 8th. >> a matinee? >> just one. two tomorrow. matinee sunday. >> good. >> crazy schedule. >> do that and then when does "girls" kick in again? >> starts in february. not an exact date but back, final season. final season of "girls." >> is there another show that might be coming up? >> i'm secreting a show. some sort of job for me thandie newton together, maybe. >> what's it going to be called? >> girlsworld. too hard to say. thandie and andy. >> thank you for hanging out. kathie is back on monday. >> is she? >> this is all on monday. james brolin. >> katie seagal. >> country star justin moore. >> and the legendary tony bennett.
next on live at noon-- filling the cabinet. president elect donald trump's transition team hard at work. what his campaing manager said about a possible post in the administration. then - thank you for your service. the ceremony that brought distant generations together... and what some local young people four our veterans today. cooling down. how low our low temps get tonight. and the better of the two weekend days if you still want to get some things done outside. that's in brian gotter's storm team forecast. i'm vince vitrano. live at noon is next.
salute to troops. past and present members of our armed forces honored on this veterans day. it's veterans day... and people around our area are honoring those who've served in the military. pete zervakis explains how the tradition of doing so continued this morning at wisconsin lutheran high school. veterans filled the gym here at wisconsin lutheran high school so that students could say: "thank you." music and