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okay. >> all right. >> magic. >> welcome everybody. so is what going on here in the "good day philadelphia" studio. >> we will explain in a little bit the but this should be fantastic and a wild. >> yes. >> and, it could be loud. >> but in a good way. >> all right. >> good day, everybody. it is tuesday, april the 12th, 2016. they are setting up. kid of all ages.
>> hi, sue. >> how are you you doing sue. >> okay. >> in this hour beside total chaos, what is wrong here? one retailer had a huge problem with this particular employee's hair and what they told her to do about it. but it is how she was confronted, that she says, was really embarrassing to her. >> and forget saying i'm sorry, if you are fighting with your significant other, there is one simple phrase that researcher will say you should use to end any argument, one little phrase. >> i will write that down. >> we're continuing to celebrate good day's 20th anniversary this morning, will be behind the door which is behind the drums today, your hint it is a former member of the good day team and you will remember him very well. >> okay good we got our first hint. >> a little hint. >> it is a man. >> well. >> that is right. >> we will have to check.
>> i haven't seen this man in a long time but much loved on this show. >> we close. >> we're getting close. >> getting engaged, getting engaged is an exciting time but has it become all about the ring. less about love itself. explain. >> well, one woman is firing back on social media, friend and family, criticized what they have said was too small of a wedding ring. her name is rachel peterson. she posted this message on facebook with a picks tire of her ring. thinks after people were asking her about her ring and then they would say, when are you going to upgrade it. >> okay. >> rachel just said her husband quote drained her saving toss give me a small token of his life and i say small only because it pails in comparison with how big his love is. >> well, we are just so judgey and superficial.
>> it is a study that we told but in the past. according to researchers, the bigger the engagement ring the shorter the marriage. >> through go. >> average accost of the engagement ring is about $2,500. and they say if you spend big on a wedding, you are likely to get divorced. >> because i mean that is all you are focusing on is the wedding and not the rest of your life which happens after that within day. >> yes. >> on a monday morning and woman says i got engaged over the weekend. the first thing, other woman say, let me look at the ring. let the me see the ring. how you big is it? >> it bad that we do that. >> wasn't that like a made up holiday kind of thing. >> it used to be a sign of ownership. >> that is true, there is that. >> yes. >> it shouldn't be about the ring but love. >> somebody lost a ring here. >> we found it in the lobby area. >> how big is it. >> i can't get it off.
>> i don't know whose it is, so i will leave it here. >> beautiful ring. >> it looks like my anniversary band. >> yes. >> please. >> sue has a beautiful ring. >> so quit doing it, everybody. all right. are we close. >> we're ready. >> should we do it. >> okay, three, two, one. >> here we go. >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪
>> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> still wondering what this is all about, we will explain in a little bit. >> yes. >> umbrella in it. >> what a beautiful sound. >> we will explain in a little bit. >> okay. a woman who works for zara a clothing store for women claims she was discriminated against, because her braided hair style, we will explain. >> she said she was embarrassed in front of the customer. she works at the zara in toronto. she tied up her hair in buns but was asked to take her hair
out because it wasn't a a quote clean professional look. >> oh. >> the 20 year-old it occurred in the busy mall in front of other employees and customers and she was left feeling humiliated. >> her hair tie linked to her race and she feels like it was, direct discrimination against her ethnicity. she logged the discrimination complaint with the hr department. >> and representative says she has no formal policy recording air styles. company is proud of the diverse work force and does not tolerate any form of discrimination. >> all right. well, i kind of agree with her. >> yeah. >> especially the part about how they did it. if they had a problem with her hair could they not have taken her aside privately. >> of course. >> yes. >> i looked up, the, they have examples of what proper hair should be. it was all white hair.
>> yes. >> all of the examples were of of white hair. >> there is your problem right there. >> she looked fine. >> braids look great. it is not in in her face or in her way. maybe if it was, i don't know, that is just ridiculous. >> come on people, zara. i'm not shopping at zara anymore. >> they don't have mens close do they. >> i think they do. >> okay. a parentally is there a racial divide in the drugstores of america and one beauty company has a new campaign targeted at that issue. here is the video. >> we just have been conditioned to go to the corner and find our spot where we have been placed. >> there is a section called it nick and there is an aisle called beauty. >> to be honest we dealt with it our whole lives, to the point of internal icing it. do i feel like i'm beautiful.
the ethic is beautiful. >> when i go to the beauty aisle i feel secluded. >> yes. >> how can i break down those walls. >> so, it is a commercial for something called shay moisture. i never heard of it. they are calling for society to take action against the separation with the #break the law. >> they have a lot of beauty products. >> shay butter. >> yes. >> i have seen shay butter. >> yes. >> it is one of their bottles there. >> i have had shay butter in my apartment. >> yes. >> so, isn't it easier to shop if they break it up in to it nick groups in drugstores. >> if you are looking for a certain type of product you will know what to find. what is the issue here, it is not in the beauty aisle so you are not beautiful, if you use those products. >> it is no the in the beauty aisle.
>> that is what i heard, i don't know. >> i get it. >> so, there is probably still small. anytime i go to the store and try to find where is ethnic hair care product, it is like this much of the aisle and everything else. we have a lot more products then just right here, okay. that is my only issue with it. i can see maybe if you say, it is why they have to have have it because there are so few products, we wouldn't be a able to find it, that is all. >> what are you looking at. >> he is distract. >> by the way, when mike, when were you like i don't know what you are talking about, yes, engagement rings were invented wye debeers. >> debeers, he sure. >> and this was part in the 20th century which was a luxury item. they rarely contained diamond engagement rings. this was all created by us now. >> yes. >> valentines day was created by the card company. >> hallmark card company good they want to us spend money. >> when diamond is forever campaign started.
>> yes, forget it. >> yes. >> okay. >> kids... it is our 20th birthday here at good day philadelphia. >> can you play popular songs. >> we can play this popular song. >> okay. do it. >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> i interrupted the hook. >> well, our what should we do is this the news director maryann vaughn is her name. her favorite instrument is steel drums. >> that song isn't that song called. >> marry ann. >> that was my point.
>> we rehearsed all night for that. >> yes, who don't get it right away. >> yes. >> anyway, marry ann vaughn is in the building she should come down and get the a pick. it is our 20th would it day. people on twitter says why don't you play more memories. all right, already. things don't go as planned around here so we tossed to a reporter for their story and this happened. >> kathy mats sack is here talking to residents about how their lives have change in the last couple weeks. kathy? >> here i am, don we had to wait for that truck to go by we are standing on the porch of west moreland and aramingo avenue and if i lived in this home a couple weeks ago i would have been able to park my car right in front of the house but that is just not possible, anymore. city streets department.
>> see she handled it, walked around the block. >> she is the coolest. >> yes. >> the kathy matisak. >> her name is kathy rossi now and she works for triple a mid-atlantic. >> it was tracie matisak. >> yes. >> that was kathy matisak. >> there was a tracie matisak that was the host. >> don tollefson. >> he won't be coming through the door. >> i'm sorry. >> wow, wow, wow, he is here. >> it is don tollefson. >> go answer the door. >> hold on. >> if we can get through the door. >> can i come through. >> you know, good day guests we have a whole set of steel drums just for you. >> hold on, ladies, excuse me, thank you, sir. see how we bring our good day guests, a big production number.
can i beaten these for a second. >> so cool. now squeeze, let's squeeze these people, thanks, guys. okay. do you have a shot of the door, please. you know him, you love him, it is grover sill cox. >> wow. >> good to see you grover. >> having a blast in the green room. up against the glass. >> grover, under glass. >> yes. >> okay. >> look at some of your best work from back in the day. >> hi, how are you. >> good. >> room service. >> it is a twister.
>> this is a carrying member of the hair club for dogs. >> get your own. >> that is all the news. you've gone philly, i have gone m otly crew. >> i'm grover. >> oh, yeah. >> oh, yeah. >> yes, talking to alex, and will alex is going tell me what he used to do. how would you describe your job when you were here. >> it was on the front line except for everything.
it was crazy. people still remember me from these days in philly and just coming in here, women running up to me saying my gosh, i can't believe it is. his wife said what is the weather going to be like, hurricane. >> i said wrong guy. >> what are you doing now, grover. >> i'm at pbs three, they don't let me walk around with this showing. >> yes. >> alligator outfits and things like that. a lot of that is inspired by comic steve keeley. >> yes. >> they were the closest of friend, grover and steve keeley. do you still stay in touch. >> every once in a while, it is hard to catch him. i can catch him here at the station. we do keep in touch. >> you may see him. >> it was a love/hate relationship but -- >> what was your worst moment and what was the best. >> my worst moment was probably the like fourth show
we did where i was having breakfast with the easter bunny at a day care. nobody spoke. i was trying i don't view the easter bunny. i was new at it and didn't realize it when they come to me from the station, pass, nothing here to show. >> kids could in the communicate and bunny wouldn't talk. >> what did you do, did you just talk. >> caregivers were going we need to move the kid, we need to move the kid. >> inquirer was so kind. >> yes. >> that was a woo. >> one of my favorites you went up to the poconos to a honeymoon suite. >> pocono palace. >> and there were two people, that were in the champagne glass, and it is a bathtub and being all romantic. >> they are starting to kiss each other he comes out out of the suds between them. >> my goodness. >> bubbly. >> yes. >> at least you brought a
gift. >> exactly. >> i think i may have closed the place, i'm not sure. >> it was fumigated. >> they did rebuild. >> you you miss the show. >> i miss excitement, the fun, comradery. you know, that is the thing that keeps a show together is the comradery and the fun. we could do anything. >> there it is. >> there you are. >> through are. >> they later a adopted me. >> really. >> that was a good one. now keeley gave me when i followed would the man in the alligator outfit, it ended, where i was standing at a septa bus stop and the door opened and the bus driver is like i have seen everything. >> yes. >> and in post we put in hey, are you going to fort lauderdale there is a family reunion. >> great. >> what do you do for the station in bethlehem. >> i work for a program called
focus, a magazine program, a weekly show, 30 minutes and cover, the the community doing some serious work up there, family is fine. i heard from them the other day. doing great. >> yes. >> mobile unit. >> i catch up with them every now and then. >> but great to be with you guys. this feels great. >> we have had so much fun. >> you guys have great. >> do you have memories, flooding back when you walked. >> like i said. >> unaudible. >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> we don't have that up, in the lehigh valley. >> we highly recommend it. >> it is good. >> great to see you, grover. >> mike, thank you. sue, nice to see you. alex, wonderful to meet you.
>> just stay here for a couple years. >> hang out all day good you guys are great. >> we miss you, man, grover. >> congratulations on your show, it is doing great. you are the reason for it. >> we will take a look at the weather. >> because it is yucky. it is showing up on ultimate doppler radar but we are looking up towards allentown and bethlehem where grover is right now. it is lightening up there. we do have some heavy rain moving into philadelphia, yes, right now. >> here's the seven day, forecast. it will warm up to tropical temperatures, by monday. >> i'm feeling the warmth. >> wow. >> we are going to finally explain what this is all about. >> and it is really cool.
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♪ >> this whole group is coming your way i think thomas a matter of fact. hi there. >> good to see you. >> so, who are, what is the group, is what the name of the group. >> this is peace drums project that is, that originated, with an idea in wilmington, delaware and then it is working at peace project that takes place in the northern israel bringing muslims, christians and jews together. everybody is from israel. >> welcome to philadelphia.
>> wow. >> so, all three states represented. >> yes -- faiths, represented. >> there was a group call killed wear churches for mid east peace that raised fund to buy these instruments, and ship them over to israel. so kid could practice, separately at their schools and together as a group. this is their first u.s. tour. >> peace through steel drums. >> peace through music making. >> yes. >> let me guess you why chose steel drums. >> okay good you think of the caribbean, or trinidad or something. >> trinidad for sure good which is, nothing to do with maybe the music of those three faiths. >> true. >> kind of a not playing any favors. >> value neutral instrument. >> that is what i meant to say. >> value neutral. >> and instrument itself was born out of conflicts. they were born out of conflict 65 years ago and now it is a unifying instrument, in trinidadian we are using it as a unifying instrument.
>> what a beautiful idea to see all these people filled our studio, all these different faiths coming together. >> yep, yep. >> all right. >> can i ask a favor of you. >> yes. >> our assistant news director is mary ann vaughn. >> i think we have something from her. >> you know tv, everything is tight, move it along, lets go, she's somewhere down the block getting coffee. >> this is mary ann vaughn. >> hi, harvey. >> can you play, mary ann. >> we know that tune. >> okay. >> get your head right next to the drum. >> here we go. >> one, two, three, four. >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪
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honors. >> you know, first of all, mike, i'm a little offended. you say i'm pretending. we've been writing tickets all day, haven't we. >> yes, writing tickets? this is really happening. people are really mad to see us, they're little angry. >> little less angry since you're here, thank you. >> no problem. okay, so this car right here, boot eligible, what makes a car boot eligible? >> if i'm not mistaken three or more outstanding tickets over six month period. >> okay, and then we call few people right here? >> yes, the booter. >> they're the boot ers. hey, boot ers, can come on out now. we have the beaters. this is tough job. people are not really happy to see you. >> your name, sir? >> travaler rivers. >> whose car is this? it is megan milky's car. >> oh,. >> oh, this is megan that's. >> yes. >> oh! >> oh, oh,. >> she needs to pay her tickets. she needs to pay her tickets. now, what happened,er? >> how do you do this?
>> sticker it on here, make sure the lift connects to the back of the boot, back of the tire. >> okay, so people can't pull off? >> right. >> right. spin this. let me ask you this, if a person, say if you guys are wrong, can you just take the boot off? >> we have to verify with communications. >> okay. so it takes a little bit of time. >> the boot is on right now? >> it is on. >> hey, we did it. milky way, hey, ya, that was quick. milk, all do you have do is pay your tickets, people. if you pay your tickets if won't happen. you won't see these two, you won't see this lady right here. >> yes? >> do you have any advice for the people out there? >> pay your tickets. >> pay your ticket. this is hard job. because every time people see you, they're running, they're trying to avoid from doing your job. >> yep. >> it is a tough job, it is raining, we can't go inside.
>> yep. >> hey, listen, oh, and you put the paper on, what's this paper right here? >> oh, that's a warning notice, to let the person know that they got booted and how they can pay for it. >> what happens if you try to drive with that boot on. >> you don't go anywhere. >> no, they don't drive off. >> so what happens if you try to drive off with this boot? >> oh, they'll tear the car up. >> oh. well, listen, yes. >> q, you know, megan, i think you can call them and if you pay by credit card or whatever they come right away. >> that boot better be gone. that boot better be gone. >> well, you're not supposed to park in the front. >> well, okay. listen, there was issue with parking this morning and i had to park there. i swear, i pay those tickets, i did, i paid them. >> wait, wait, wait. >> they don't care. >> it is a big procedure has to happen for to you take this boot off, meg, i think you need to get on t what's the
website? >> fill phila park-org. all do you have do is tweet us fox 29 philly to get on your job. >> hey, thanks, q. >> keep that uniform in case we need it in the future? >> fill out the uniform, that's okay. >> oh, no, no, no. >> if you're still not upset, after we do this other thing here, i believe on the internet there is footage of guy trying to drive away with a boot on. >> oh, boy. >> oh, my gosh. >> we ran it about six months ago, we got to get to this, will the 34. we have some breaking news in from belgium brussels again. >> prosecutors say they detained three people for questioning in connection to the paris attacks that happened on november 13th that killed 130 people. >> prosecutors they say that they were detained after a search in the belgium capitol district. >> keeps happening over and over. judge will decide apparently
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9:38. grover still with us. >> thanks to be here, getting the vibe, feel like old times. >> and the people are so excited on twitter they've been tweeting me, oh, so great that you have grover on, one says he's my time, so funny, he made it all possible for the 20 year celebration. >> actually one every my facebook -- no, good day, good day. he is now. >> and then kim says nice lilly lady out have you dancing to the steel drums. >> miranda outfit, yes, another keeley inspired routine. >> i'm sure. >> yes. >> what's odd is that we found that outfit in keeley's closet. >> ya. >> okay, it is national grilled cheese month. but specifically, this is national grilled cheese sandwich day. >> and we all know that bob kelly loves his grilled cheese sandwiches. so he's been going out and about. but i bring him to this place, i sent him to the cheesey wagon, my favorite place to get a grilled cheese. >> well, university city.
hi, bob. >> he is dripping. >> good morning, everybody. >> oh! >> good morning. this is the triple cheese grilled cheese here at the cheesey wagon. i'm in heaven here today. come on, we are right here on the campus of drexel university. thirty-third and market. it is raining. look at this guy, real quick. okay? come on, back here, common in. the cheesey wagon. common in here, george. if you know the campus of drexel, you know this spot. you know this girl, jacqueline, she takes the orders. okay? but back here is the man behind the grill, it is national grilled cheese day all part of national grilled cheese month. and this is the spot voted number one, not only by the folks on campus, but also by our very own alex holley. mike sullivan, thank you for insiting us here, come on, you got the favorite watch do we have? the first one is your single grilled cheese?
>> so i have a single, single grill, american, everything served on local art son soar dough bread. we have single grill. we have a double grill consists of monterrey back cheddar blends. >> okay. >> this is triple monterrey triple blends with mozul. that will is caprise, alex's favorite. >> caprise? >> south philly, caprise. hey, if you want a cabbies, i got it. so we got caprise, which is mozarella, i got a no nut pesto, pal some i can reduction. >> hold on, ready for this now? how about mac and cheese grilled cheese? this blew me over! >> i had a customer come up requesting can we do that, i said absolutely, as long as we have the ingredients on this truck we can do whatever, whatever your little heart desires. >> george, get a look how we start here, all of the shredded cheese? >> shredded, better melting, we put little cover on it. >> okay?
>> and that helps. >> like grandmom would do? then you hit up little bit of water. >> okay? >> got little steam going. it melt the cheese. and then as you can see, we got nice, nice little char on the bottom. >> look at that. >> how many years you been here? >> i been here three years, i've been in the industry for 16. so -- >> and how is this compared to owning a restaurant? >> the restaurant i had the good thing about a restaurant you leave everything there, with the food trucks, you basically have to go to your commies area every day, it has got to be cleaned, sterilized, you got to restock for the next day, it is a lot more work. >> i have a deal for you. could you show up at the station, maybe, every day. >> absolutely. >> every morning? what do you think, guys? >> as long as l & i lets me. >> we will make a few phonecalls. >> oh, i would love that, bob. >> we will get quincy on the ppa. alex loves that. >> absolutely. >> out front every morning. >> we got one for you, alex, your favorite. >> you know, bob, whenever we used to do anything in the
area, sue knows, stop, stomach, we can't get back to the station, we have to go to the cheesey wagon. >> you have turned me on to the cheesey wagon. >> the cheesey wagon, the cheesey wagon, the cheese yes, sir wag end in town. >> easy being cheesey. >> i love it, back to you guys, i'm banking samples back for everybody. >> everybody will be cheesey today. >> like the potato chip barn? we have a thousand different potatoes chips. >> even questions a dill a's, so good, cheese fries. >> oh, try to go to smack parlor and fit into one of those parlors? >> it will be hard to do, jen. >> you can do it, though, okay, so there are some things that might have been re-tired, that are back on trend. but we can't show them to you yet. what are we talking about? the kardashian's love it, come on back after the break. i'll show you some great looks. millions from big bankstake and
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>> performing tonight, 7:30, the cats alloway school, tuesday come back to philly, synogogue over at broad and green street. >> yes? >> that performance is on tuesday, the 19th, 7:00 p.m. >> they're tremendous. >> really cool. >> they're wonderful. i love how it is bringing everybody together. >> yes. they are looks that you might have retired. you put it in the trunk somewhere, some dress, some outfit. but, one stylist says mock necks are the trends again. cards ash yan's, i see them
wearing them all the time. >> that's all it takes then to put it back on trends. >> well, if they put back on, it is back on trend. snarl parlor basically in old city on market street between second and third, that's where jen is. >> good morning morning, guys. good morning, once again. when woo look at this, i thought it was played out, mock turtlenecks. first you say it is not exactly like you used to be, so what's the difference. >> here we have the casual mock neck, anyone can wear any time. nice because it has a little bit after collar in the neck, but it is not so much of a turtleneck where it is uncomfortable and suffocating. it is just going to elongate the neck, make you look tall, skinny, just the right little touch that you want to have in your every day look. >> you said if you are bigger in certain areas? >> yes, whether you are top heavy or bottom heavy it will be flattering, because it hides everything perfectly. >> i know that you also have some dressed up styles? >> they look great. >> and again, this, to me, like a new version of the mock
neck? >> yes, definitely. they have different styles of it now, so here is monique in the pink, we have completes going on, with the please, it hides everything, it is floral, it is fun, people will love it. >> and if you're also having little bit, more petite, we also have a belt that you can do, and you can give it some body. >> i have to tell when you talking off camera, i said great look, but for me i would definitely need to belt it to make a little different? >> if you're smaller, shorter, give yourself some bod. >> i i like, that really cool. okay, really cool. we see hers, as well, this is something obviously could you dress up, dress now. >> yes there is one little different. >> this one more fun. we have this little cut-out here, which it makes it a little more sexy without showing too much. >> sassy, but not trashy. >> exactly. >> and she wasn't going to wear that necklace, but she did, and it worked out perfectly? >> yes, like little extra touch. you know, because people are afraid to access rise and afraid to have fun because they have that neck line or that, you know, the collar right there, all right, hey,
hey some fun. >> we talked yesterday on the phone, you also said that the young-in's here loving the wrap dresses, doing like little flirty style. >> yes, now that people are having more fun with the print, you can add print and also some color. so kind of makes it young and for everyone, i think when people think mock neck, wrap dresses, think it is older more mature look, that's a lie. >> not a mom dress? >> not a mom dress at all. >> you guys killed it, it is amazing. guys, have you figured out what's wrong with me? and by the way, doctor mike tried to do the procedure. he didn't have the right tools. >> what's wrong with you? >> yes, what's up? >> you needed a plunger and he said he didn't have one? what is it? >> no! >> what's wrong? >> you have to go on my facebook page, alyssa our gorgeous executive senior batman whatever she is witnessed the beginning of the procedure. and she was mortified. at my behavior. >> so we have to go to your facebook page to find snout. >> from the neck up.
something with your scalp? >> it is something in either my ears, my eyes or my brain. >> oh. it looks like you've had your roots done. >> roots are done. >> oh, doctor mike can't do roots. >> i was going to say, wow, i need to go to him more often. >> you've had a lobotomy? >> no, see you later. >> arguing with your significant other. have you ever done that, grover? >> not too often. >> can sometimes lead to a nasty debate. but a new study claims that just one simple little phrase could ends all fights. >> you ready for it? good bye? >> i know you are, but what a.m.y? >> no, that's not it either. here we go. >> i see where you're coming from. >> oh, puke. >> my wife wouldn't buy that in a million years. >> you know, i see where you're coming from. >> yes. >> researchers say that's it, they ask cup tolls talk about issues that get them upset. regardless what they were arguing about people felt their partner understood their
point of view. >> okay. >> they actually felt happier with their relationship overall. so, phrases like, i get that, it demonstrates you're actually listening, and you val dade their perspective. >> makes perfect sense. diffuses the situation. >> it beats shut up. >> basically. >> that's true. >> i don't agree with you, but i hear where you're coming from. >> yes. and my wife would say i know where you're going to. >> yes, somewhere not near me, i know that. >> the couch? >> controversy over a classic 70s tune. why led zeppelin will now head to court because of one of their biggest hits. and they have a lot. >> stairway. >> yes. >> ♪ ♪ narrator: why have president obama and vice president biden endorsed
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♪ >> so look what somebody sent in. >> oh, no. >> and i'm not sure how they got that tire off the car. >> wow. >> by the way, milky way wilky has now going to except her nomination for academy award, people actually believed we were booting your car. but it was all for fun. >> and that were you really upset. i mean, people are pretty upset with us. >> i'm done, i'm quitting today, and i'll go, that's it. >> she's quitting. >> and, seen. >> so everybody's okay. we wouldn't do that to a co-worker. >> oh, ya, we would. >> a federal judge has ordered led zeppelin's robert plant and jimmy page to stand trial. yep. going to court. to determine if the band stole the opening notes for one of their biggest hits, stairway to heaven. covered g to the lawsuit, spirit, that's the name of another band, called spirit, the duo copied the opening
which hasn't been around since the 70s, will make money off that. >> wow. >> that's a good point, why now? >> i thought spirit had a few notes missing. it didn't sound exactly like led zeppelin. >> but similar, i felt like coy hear it. >> had that feel to it. >> doctor mike is in the studio, he's shaking his head no. >> no way. >> no way. >> come on, he was listening with a stethoscope. picking up notes no one else heard. >> milky way, who is the surprise guest tomorrow? i know, but say it in my ear, not on tv. oh, you don't know? >> i don't know, i'm confused, if they can hear her, too. >> she knows how to shut off her mike and just talk to us. >> oh, a good one, a good one, so grover, good to see you, man. >> mike, thanks so much. alex, nice to meet you. >> you are still loved. >> true. >> ♪ >> than is why.
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