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morning. we're herring the french open. nbc bay area news at 5:00 tonight. we'll see you then. have a great day. military jet crashes into a california neighborhood exploding into a massive fireball. at least three homes destroyed, amazingly no one injured. investigators are at the scene. members are called to a late night briefing to see a late night briefing on sergeant bergdahl. his hometown can sells its homecoming celebration. what did they know? when did they know it? this morning general motors is out with the information into the recall crisis. why some are suggesting that probe did not go far enough.
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and exerciser in chief. the presidential workout caught on camera at a hotel gym in poland. the video that's raising serious security questions today. thursday, june 5th, 2014. . good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a thursday morning. it may be raining outside. we are happy. >> for good reason. we talked to farrell a few minutes ago. he says, don't worry, the umbrellas are out. it will be a great show. we have today's treasure hunt. it moves to baltimore. we will check in with al, his crowd is growing every day. >> we look forward to that. he is holding signs up and everything. let's get right to our top story on a thursday morning.
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that is the investigation into a frightening military plane crash in imperial, california. mike, what can you tell us? >> reporter: well, good morning, matt. marine personnel from the third marine aircraft wing are working with local first responders right now on what is now a cleanup operation. but there is no early hint to explain why this crash happened barely a month after a similar incident involving a harrier jet. >> get out, get out, get out of the way! >> reporter: it was just after 4:20 afternoon when calls came in about the fireball in imperial, california. >> it looks like a house is on fire fofzi and cabo and cross. >> reporter: it was a harrier some 70 miles away. though three houses were
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destroyed, no one on the ground was hurt, just badly shaken. >> i never thought a car would have hit my house. >> reporter: the pilot ejected safely. he is currently at the local hospital being evaluated. >> reporter: the hairier is a hybrid jet born of a british design that can move vertically like a hock, yet fly at attack speed. the unconventional design requires a much more complicated skillset in the movie "true lies," another pilot that crashed in arizona on a pay night. but this was no movie. >> if you are watching a movie, it doesn't look that scary. when it's real life, you get freaked out. >> reporter: freaked out and eight homes evacuated. this is a neighborhood of tightly-spaced homes in the desert community of imperial t. pilot's injuries were described
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as so minor that he was treated and released at a local hospital. matt, savannah. >> that is great news, thank you very much. we have new developments to tell you about tied to a controversial prison swap with sergeant bowe bergdahl. they are addressing concerns in a late night meeting with lawmakers. richard engel is at landstuhl in germany where he is being treated. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, bergdahl could stay here longer than expected. perhaps well into next week as this treatment continues, including addressing nutritional concerns. she also isolated here, far away from the fray back home. the controversy is showing no kind of dying down if washington, where late wednesday members received a classified briefing from officials. senators say they were shown a proof of life video bergdahl shot last september.
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some senators say it convinced them derg ball's health was in jeopardy. >> i don't think from a health standpoint there was any issue that dictated the release of these five nasty killers in exchange for bergdahl. >> reporter: obama administration officials say bergdahl's well being is their top priority, while bergdahl recover, divisions are growing about how he should be welcomed home. in his hometown of hailey, idaho, officials conselled the homecoming celebrations. they said police don't have enough resources to hand him any problems that could arise. they have been getting complaints, anger that six soldiers allegedly died trying to recover bergdahl, accused of deliberating walking off his base. his family responded to a spokesperson. >> we can all celebrate privately. we can celebrate with close friends and family. our celebration doesn't need to be denied. >> reporter: but now the deals are being made. there is renewed attention on
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other americans held abroad. >> i am a prisoner of the taliban. >> reporter: kate lynn coleman, a pregnant woman disappeared if 2012, along with her husband, a canadien citizen, both believed to be held captive by the taliban seen in these videos by the associated press. they say they decided to make the videos public, hoping their loved ones, too, could one day come home. just because one deal has been reached with the taliban, it doesn't mean that the fight against the group is over. overnight, u.s. forces killed around 20 suspected taliban militants in eastern afghanistan, not far from where bergdahl was released. matt, savannah. >> richard engel at the landstuhl center in germany, thank you. a rare mass shooting has rattled a town in eastern canada. three police officers were
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killed, two others wounded wednesday night apparently by the same man. >> oh, wow! oh my god! >> reporter: a man hunt is under way this morning in moncton, canada, where police are searching for a gunman that went on a deadly rampage, the shooting caught on tape. >> they're right here. they're all behind cars waiting. >> reporter: police have named if suspect as 24-year-old justin burke and have tweeted a photo of him in full camouflage and holding two guns. he is said to be armed with high capacity and ammunition and other weapons. a facebook page attributed to him filled with posts of weapons and hunting. >> these officer were shot and killed, two other officers were also injured, but their life is not threatened at this time. >> reporter: police carrying shotguns have closed down the area.
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residents warned for the stay indoors. >> we know he was taking on a dangerous suspect. she had blood on the top of her head. >> this is a terrible loss and a tragedy for the families and for all of us here in the city of moncton. >> well, this morning, president obama urged russian president vladmir putin to get back into the lane of international law and stop meddleing into the affairs of his neighbor ukraine. speaking at a summit in brussels, president obama said putin should be able to negotiate with the new president-elect and urged him to sail the assault ship to russia. donald sterling's attorney announced on wednesday he and his wife shelly have agreed to sell the clippers to microsoft
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ceo steve ballmer for $2 billion. the nba banned him for making racists remarks. as a part of the deal, he agreed to drop the lawsuit and the nba will drop the fine against sterling. manager and coach don zimmer has died. zimmer was one of the most colorful and well traveled characters. he spent 60 years in baseball, successful years as a may player himself. his deep love of the game promptled him to stay. he never worked a day in his life. don zimmer was 83. and the ultimate battle between the east and west coast living up to its bilk wednesday night in game one of the stanley cup finals. the los angeles kings hosting the new york rangers and the kings came from behind and tied this up on this drew doughty goal. they made the home fans proud there. justin williams then gets the
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goal and he ends is game los angeles winning there three to two takes the inning in the lead. thousands of rangers fans last night watching on the big screen, so clearly, so much enthusiasm. a lot of people into this stanley cup. >> one game. one game. >> can you imagine, the people were cry physical that little scene. >> there have been a lot of overtimes. they have to have a shot, they got to physical that out. >> it was a good zblam as we said, al is on the road, the time in baltimore. baltimore! for day three of "today's" treasure hunt. how are things in baltimore? >> reporter: well the rain has ended just in time they are down here for hashtag today's treasure hunt. we will tell these fourth quarter, give a clue at 7:30, where you kindr cankind find
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this iconic envelope for a chance to come to our plaza, air fair for two, overnight accomodations this summer. but let's get to your weather right now, show you what's going on, of course, we got more severe weather to talk about. you can look at these heavy thunderstorms firing up through kansas today. we do have moderate severe storms making tear way through. we got thunderstorm watches. look at this activity firework right along that front, bringing heavy showers and thunderstorms right on into early tomorrow morning. we got a risk of severe weather today, stretching from denver all the way to birmingham, alabama, with a possibility of tornadoes, damaging winds and hail. tomorrow, more of the same. a little further to the east, we are looking at severe storms stretching all the way from central nebraska into parts of northern mississippi. we're going to get to your local forecast coming up in the next 30 seconds. how much we'll need
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for a retirement that could last 30 years or more. so maybe we need to approach things differently, if we want to be ready for a longer retirement. ♪ nbc bay area mike are climate forecast is sponsored by yakult probiotic drink. good morning to you. i'm pleatierologist christina loren. not as much cloud cover as we had yesterday at this point as a result of the thinning clouds and temperatures will be warmer. in fact, these are your numbers. 93 degrees in the east bay and hot out there. 86 in the south bay and looking for the cooler weather, you'll find it at the coast. 72 in san francisco. >> . >
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whoa, that's right, baby! oh, it's going to be big! coming up at 7:30. some big clues. are you guys ready? oh, yeah! >> a big metaphor. is that working fine, al? >> all right, al. >> thank you so much. well, in other news this morning, general motors' massive recall is back in the spotlight t. auto maker's ceo is revealing the results of his internal investigation this morning. meanwhile, gm is celebrating the best monthly sales in nearly six years. gabe gutierrez is in warren, michigan. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, if you report details, major problems within gm's corporate culture t.ceo saying the
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investigation found a pattern of incompetence and neglect. as a result 15 employees have been dismissed. most of them executives. today gm ceo mary barra is in the spotlight two manths of she was grilled on capitol hill. >> i can tell you this report is brutally thorough and tough and deeply troubling. >> reporter: minutes ago, she announced the result, of the company's internal investigation into the faulty ignition switch linked to at least 47 crashes and 13 deaths. the probe paid for by gm and led by anton volukas, a former u.s. attorney whose law firm previously represented the car maker. some of gm's critics had their doubts about whether this investigation was thorough enough. >> as of right now, i don't trust gm. >> reporter: jane rymer's daughter was one of two teenagers killed in 2006 when
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her chevy co ballot crashed in wisconsin. >> we know what happened. we want to know why it happened. >> reporter: last month, federal regulators slapped gm with a record $35 million civil penalty for not recalling the defective car sooner. so far this year, gm has recalled the record 15.8 million cars world wide for a variety of issues. but all that hasn't put the brakes on gm sales, up a whopping 13% in may. >> it is clear that the public is looking at this and may not like what happened with the ignition switch recall. but they're not holding it against general motors in terms of what they're seeing in show rooms right now. >> the new report found no evidence of any conspiracy or coverup and it appears that clears mary barra of any wrongdoing. still, gm faces an ongoing criminal investigation. back to you. >> gabe gutierrez with the latest. thank you. how about this story the practices of the president's secret service details are being called into question this
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morning. this time after president obama was recorded working out in a r warsaw hotel. nbc's national correspondent peter alexander is traveling with the president in brussels. peter, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning to you. working out in a hotel gym, that is something president obama has done numerous times over the course of the last six years. but this appears to be the first time we have seen videos or photos taken of that presidential business routine. it has some asking whether the president's safety can actually be at risk? when they talk about carrying the weight of the presidency, they probably didn't mean this, this cell phone video and photos have gone viral, show president obama pumping iron in this warsaw hotel gym this week. a secretly recorded look at the commander in chief from just a few steps away, knocking out lunge itself, dlikt over dumb bells even tried to shake off that jet leg t. close proximity has some raising questions about
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the president's security t. british tabloid "the daily mail" called eight major breach. she wrote this is so dangerous what is wrong with the secret service? >> i disagree, this is not a secret service issue. people are in the gym with him. no, the president was not in any danger. >> reporter: the secret service says all hotel guests are screened before entering the hotel. secret service agents were with the president in the gym telling nbc news, saying this is for the different than if the president visited a restaurant off the record and other dineers took pictures of him. it was clear pictures were being taken and for the guests were asked to stop. president obama is not the only commander-in-chief who likes to break a sweat. clinton jogged in public. problem rode a mountain bike. his father used to hike uphill courses. >> when you deal with the president of the united states,
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these moments are bound to happen. it's difficult to control them. is he injured in anyway? he is not. >> reporter: i have to tell you, i have worked out in the same gym at the same time as the president in the past and then secret service agents arrived well before the president arrived. they actually swept the place with a k-9 team. we were allowed to continue uninterrupted. it was clear to me some of the other guys working out next to me and the president were actually members of the presidential detail, themselves. >> peter actually worked out on those presidential trips. all i ever did is go to the buffet. >> peter tweeted he lifted much heavier weights than the president. >> good old men's journal wrote a whole article with the president's workout techniques. >> oh, geeze. going to the gym on jet lag. good for him. the former secretary of state hillary clinton is speaking out on "people" magazine.
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this is a part of her new book out" hard choices." she is talking about a possible potential presidential run and even monica lewinsky. hillary clinton says she's decided for her next big oel as a grandmother. eager to baby-sit any chance i get. she says her child will play a role whether she enters the family business. she told people, i have a decision to make. through the next months, i will think more about what the decision in my mind should play. the campaign has started with or without her. an independent group plans to register voters. >> choices is at the core of what kind of people we want to be and what kind of country do we want to have? >> on benghazi. >> what is different? at this point does it make? >> clinton says the chance to testify was the most important thing to her, despite a snowfall
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and concussion that sparked some republican's hard knox on her health. >> she had a human episode. she would not be human if this didn't enter in. >> paul ryan told her, he has suffered three concussion, one serious and team clinton has set up a rapid response team to address criticism about benghazi during her book tour. as for husband bill's health, she downplayed a tremor in his hand blaming it on a pinched nerve, adding people say he's too thin. he doesn't think so. he has enormous energy. >> thanks to you, it's got about 18 million cracks in it. >> reporter: clinton told people, we feed to break that highest, glass krielig, adding often that's how people express their encouragement for me to plunge again, i think it reflects a desire on a lot of americans, not just women. something she says she does not
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have with monica lewinsky. >> i certainly have moved on. i need to look to the future. >> this is a she can talk about herself as a person not district i strictly on policy. >> now her tour is moving ahead with several high profile interviews, she will be on "the today" show in the next few weeks as well. >> many people are toouk talking about the cover of "people" magazine. >> i will show you. you saw in the piece, lots of things are happening pence that article they were talking about today. it was the cover. people are lil' literally judging that cover. do you notice anything will? good news for republicans. it looks like she is pushing a walker you can see there. hillary clinton. let keep going here the mock-ups start. okay, it's twitter. there is a natural walker. somehow, al roker is laughing at that. another mockup, hymnry on a segue.
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it prompted people to tweet out, mystery isn't a pivotry at all. it's a chair. she's graced the cover of "people" magazine about 16 times. her first solo cover, there she is with a chair. got it? >> people see what they want to see. >> yeah. >> and it's twitter. >> thank you. coming up, should you block the stories from your family computer? these new concerns they raised about slender man, the online character that inspired that traffic stabbing in wisconsin. plus, can they do it? we'll catch up with the jockey who hopes to ride california chrome to the first triple crown in 36 years this coming weekend. but first, this is "today" on nbc.
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dove is different. with 1/4 moisturizing cream, dove doesn't strip your skin like soap. a very good morning to you, 7:26, i'm laura garcia-cannon. just arrived to try to help investigators piece together how a man ended up dead in the street. bob redell live at the scene with more on the isdeveloping story. bob? >> the coroner will give the police a better idea of how this man died. a man was found around 1:20 this morning down the road from where i'm at right now on piercy road down around the bend. someone called in and police arrived and they found him face down partially on the road and partially on the curb. unconscious, not breathing and the fire department did declare him dead on the scene and obvious injuries to him. the reason the coroner is here not only to determine the cause of death, but the coroner will
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turn him over to see if there are other injuries to give him better idea of how he died. the initial indication is that this might have been a hit and run because he was partially on the road and also because there are tire marks there. but they don't know for sure and because they don't know for sure, that's why their homicide unit has been out there. because it's a suspicious death, the homicide unit has been investigating this. if the coroner says, yes, it was a hit and run, they'll turn it over to traffic investigation. again, a man who they say is hispanic, possibly mid-30s found face down dead here on piercy road. reporting live, bob redell, nbc bay area news. want to check the forecast now and things are heating up today, christina. >> they certainly are, laura. definitely noticeable for today. you have to use your ac if you live in the inland valley locations. 86 degrees hot day and 83 for the east bay and the cool spot will be the coast as per usual this time of year. temperatures, though, i've got to tell you, they will get even
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hotter as they get into the weekend, prolong stretch of heat extend well into next week and we'll keep you updated, though. >> san jose really compressing the commute and looks horrible for the live shot as christina said, really stacking up here and look at the map and you see it's compressed because of a crash or disabled vehicle and north 280 and 85, that same stretch slow through the south bay and the rest of the bay showing a slower commute and the rest of your bay, not so bad, laura. back to you. >> thank you very muff. thank you for joining us, as well. i'll be back with another update in half an hour.
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♪ 7:30 now on thursday morning, the 5th day of june, 2014. lots of nice people out there despite the weather and they're all in a good mood because pharrell williams is in the house. he's going to put on a show in our 8:30 half hour. rain or show, if you're in the area, come on down. meantime, let's tack a look at what's making headlines this morning. investigators are at the scene of a neighborhood in california. the pilot managed to eject safely. at least three homes were destroyed. several others had to be evacuated. remarkably, when you see the pictures, no one on the ground is injured. the obama are administration is trying to quiet some of the
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deal over the release of bowe bergdahl. members of congress were shown the proof of life video in which he was appearing to be sick. and donald sterling has listen up the fight for the clippers. he agreed to sell to former microsoft ceo steve ballmer for a price tag of $2 billion. coming up, the legendary robert de niro opens up about his father and their relationship. and a documentary he's a part of it. let's begin this half hour with the latest with the tragic stabbing in wisconsin we've been talking about has people talking about the fictional character slenderman. kate snow is back with answers for parents. good morning. let's start with good news. the mother in wisconsin told the
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school superintendent that her daughter is doing much better recovering. this after parents are studying up on who exactly slender man is and what kind of an influence a madeup character could be on young minds. >> reporter: he entertains legions of fans, gives some children nightmares. slender man was created five years ago for an online photoshop contest. since then, he's morphed from online fantasy -- >> some believe that slender man has been around for hundreds possibly thousands of years. >> reporter: to mock documentaries and youtube clips. a modern day boogieman. >> slender man is just a singular character that is built from multiple angles. you know, with participation from multiple communities. there is a cult of personality aspect to the character. >> reporter: and unlike freddie krueger who starred on the big screen, slender man can be on every screen at anytime. more recently it seems middle school kids joined the craze playing the slender man craze.
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>> i thought it was a scary game. i didn't think it was a danger where someone would get hurt. >> reporter: at horng middle school where the girls were classmates, kouncounselors haven available to talk to students. >> there's a concern, i know parents are concerned still. >> reporter: on school websites that feature the slender man story are blocked. should parents do the same? >> this particular character or particular site isn't the issue. you fact that you have tween girls that are a very vulnerable and impressionable age that became obsessed. >> reporter: they recommend parents monitor their kids and help filters. we skyped with mom blogger amy hatch who was shocked to discover both her 9-year-old and kindergartner knew all about slender man well before last saturday's crime.
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>> i do think this is a very isolated incident. i don't think anyone needs to freak out but it's a sobering moment to take stock of what's happening in your home. >> what worries them children have cannot take stock when they have underlying mental health issues. the creator says he's deepened saddened by the tragedy in wisconsin were and his heart goes out to those affected. >> around the dinner table, i had a conversation with my own 10-year-old. i was concerned as a parent. i was concerned and fortunately he didn't know what i was talking about. >> kate, thank you. let us turn now and get a check of the weather. al is in baltimore. al? >> that's right, as we continue today's treasure hunt.
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and we've got these fabulous -- the biggest crowd we've had yet gathered out here. all of these fine people who are ready. show of hands when i give you the clue, how many of you are taking off? wow. let's go to the forecast before we give you the all-important clue. let's show you. we're talking toasty temperatures in the southwest. you get to the south look at readings, yuma, arizona, 109, california, 101, lubbock, texas, 102, that's 14 degrees above normal. then in the midwest, behind that front, and temperatures take a dip. st. louis, 79, chicago, 72, 2 degrees below normal. 7:35. happy thursday to you. i'm meteorologist christina loren. this is the bay bridge little fog overhead but i can tell you we're going to see a hot day and that's because we're coming off
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your onshore flow from yesterday. 70 degrees in san francisco, as a result, you'll hit 91 out in the east bay and as we get into this weekend, temperatures will climb even more so and really hot in inyour inland valleys and the place to be is the beach. and that's your latest weather. all right. it's day three of today's treasure hunt. a chance for folks to find this envelope somewhere in a baltimore location where you will be able to win tickets for two to new york city. accommodations overnight and any one of our "today" show concerts. are you ready? >> all: yeah! >> here we go. listen up, baltimore. it used to be the biggest thing in baltimore. don't get upset. don't worry, bro. you'll figure it out.
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you'll be close. now hurry up. it's kind of an emergency. and despite the rain you'll still need to hose off. it used to be the biggest thing in baltimore, don't get upset. you'll be close. now hurry up. it's not an emergency. there they go, ladies and gentlemen, they are off and running. >> go! go! go! go get 'em! >> there they go. they are ready to go, ladies and gentlemen. today's treasure hunt, day three. they're off and running in baltimore. oh, this is exciting. so, guys, they're looking for this. we're going to be monitoring our live location. and we will get back to you as soon as we have a winner. >> i love that they're off and running. sounds like he's broadcasting the preakness instead of a treasure hunt. >> or the belmont stakes. >> there you go. >> al, thank you. >> matt, you're late night up with jimmy fallon? >> yeah, a little bit of a cameo. >> all right. take a look. [ cheers and applause ]
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>> enough. stop beating around the bush. stop beating around the bush. listen to your audience. listen to that man. [ laughter ] to his wife. i got to get up early for the "today" show so cut the [ bleep ] and do the gang man style dance? >> gangham! >> whatever! do the dance! ♪ whoop whoop whoop gangham style ♪ >> whoa, that was weak. >> that was much better. >> jimmy, thank you very much, by the way. news again. >> oh, my gosh. >> what happened, al? are they close? >> al?
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>> he's talking, we can't hear him. >> his mike is not working but apparently someone found that clue almost instantly. >> there he is, al? >> can you guys hear me? >> yeah. >> yeah. >> okay. we've got winners already. these folks were hanging out. and they were there. they found it as soon as as hunt. how did they find is so fast? that's amazing! amazing. i'm guessing a father/son team found that clue, and bottom, they got it! >> al, al, i have a theory. i know that i saw a shot a second ago of your producer sean reed, does he have relatives in baltimore? this sounds like an inside job. >> no, they do look-alike. here's sean. but we've got a winner already, boys and girls.
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wow. >> where was it? >> well, it's the emerson bromo seltzer tower. it's the tallest building in baltimore. it was built by the folks who owned the bromo seltzer, the old antacid company. and there's a firestation at the base of it. >> can we see al one more time, i just wondered, it looks like you're wearing the same outfit. >> for the treasure hunt. >> it's cute, sean. that's good. all right, guys. meanwhile coming up on "trending" are dads less appreciated than moms? why they actually get fewer gifts. >> that is a scandal. and then coming up next, is the streak about to come to an end? we're going hear from the man who plans to ride california
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. a lot of interest this saturday on the belmont stakes as california chrome tries to become the first horse since 1978 to win the elusive triple crown. a dramatic run that his jockey has been through before. so how do you prepare for the race of your life for a second time? here's nbc's joe fryer. >> reporter: in horse racing a single crown is hard enough. >> california chrome will win the kentucky derby! >> reporter: and a double crown is twice as tough. >> california chrome has won the preakness! >> reporter: but a triple crown -- that has not happened in 36 years which is why all eyes are now on california chrome. >> good luck in the triple crown. >> reporter: and his human hat victor espinoza. is california crohn that horse?
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>> i hope though, crossing my fingers. >> reporter: with california chrome on the east coast awaiting the belmont stakes espinoza got in top form on the west coast. his routine is strict. building his muscles to control the horse and building his lungs so he can go the distance. but much of his training centers around riding other horses so he can stay on the top of his game. do you figure out pretty quickly if you guys have a good feel for each other. >> yes, yes. >> reporter: he said with california chrome, the bond was instant. >> i let him know i'm in control. i'm the boss. he has to do what i say. >> reporter: now espinoza is one victory away from history a harrowing position he knows all too well. you've been in this spot before, one win away from the triple crown, what happened in 2002? >> everything went wrong is what happened. >> reporter: at the belmont stakes, his horse war emblem stumbled out of the gate.
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>> he's lucky to stay on him as a matter of fact. >> everything went away in a tenth of a second. >> reporter: as everything goes on with california chrome, they're now reunited in new york and prepping for the big day, knowing in horse racing a true king needs three crowns. >> that elusive prize the triple crown awaits california chrome in the belmont stakes! >> reporter: for "today," joe fryer, nbc news, santa anita, california. >> i think the triple crown is so exciting. >> oh, it is. >> 36 years this has happened? >> yeah. >> i watched the run for the triple crown. it's the most exciting thing. if you're not planning on watching this race, watch it. >> the most exciting words in sports, down the stretch they come. >> you can watch complete coverage by the way on nbc it starts at race coverage 4:30.
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a very good morning, i'm laura garcia-cannon. a developing story in san jose this morning. the coroner arrived that scene to try to help homicide investigators figure out how a man was dead in the street. police say he had visible injuries and right now they say it could have been a hit and run based on tire marks near the scene. piercy road in that area is still shut down. some relief for frustrated commuters in san francisco. all services back to normal, including cable cars. for the last three days hundreds of workers had to call in sick to protest a proposed labor contract. that is really great news for those commuters, too. as well, tourist comes to the bay area, want to check in with mike. >> the cable cars are back in service and they can use those if they're out of service,
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obviously. a smooth flow of traffic getting into san francisco and the lighter volume around the bay and the san mateo bridge westbound jamming up along the west section and let's look at the map and slow drive to the peninsula where 101 jammed up through san mateo and a lighter volume overall for the bay area. south of the dumbarton bridge and in the northbound direction through san jose and around the airport have cleared and better flow, christina, but great weather, at least. >> yeah, really nice weather, especially at the coast today. mike, that's going to bring a lot more traffic towards the beaches as we get into this afternoon. especially by the weekend, the temperatures climb even more so and low 90s in the east bay and 70s in san francisco and 86 in the south bay and temperatures are going to climb as we head through saturday and sunday. look at these numbers. 93 in the south bay on sunday and 75 in san francisco. if you can get out there this weekend, perfection in santa cruz at 80 degrees. back to you, laura. >> no, let's go to the beach.
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♪ ♪ you can tell everybody it's 8:00 on "today" -- coming up. robert de niro one-on-one. the oscar winner opens up to matt in a rare emotional interview on complex issues with his father. >> was he proud of you? >> yeah, he was proud of me, you know, he's not the kind of father that says, i'm proud of you son, and what you did, da, da, da. in his way, he's proud, yeah. ♪ plus, a queen of comedy. the never-shy roseanne barr stops by studio 1a to talk about return to tv, her recent weight loss and much more. ♪ and he's a singer, songwriter and mega producer.
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multitalented pharrell williams is here for a live concert on the plaza, today, thursday, june 5th, 2014. ♪ ♪ clap your hands if you feel like a room without a roof 'cause i'm happy ♪ ♪ clap along if you feel that happiness is the truth ♪ >> hello! >> rain or shine, we're so happy! >> and good morning, everyone. welcome back to "today." this is a very happy plaza. it is impossible not to dance when you hear that song. and in a few moments, pharrell williams will take our toyota summer concert stage and treat these fans to the concert is they've been waiting in the rain for. >> yeah, we're looking forward to that. forget the rain. going to be a great show. meanwhile, the rain has cleared
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down in baltimore, maryland. and we already have a winner in today's treasure hunt. al's got the latest on that, al, how's it going? >> guys, we have an unprecedented situation here. we actually have a tie. >> okay. >> so at the same time, we gave the clue and at the bromo seltzer tower. >> what's your name? >> bill. >> you live in baltimore? >> yes, we do. >> you guys got there the same time and grabbed the envelope. >> yeah. >> you got part of it. you got part of it. >> that's fantastic. you know what, we've got a tie. both of you guys, you're all going to come to new york to get your choice of concerts. congratulations. today's treasure hunt. "today's" treasure hunt. you guys are winners. we're proud of you.
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we look forward for you seeing a future concert. we wish you could get to see pharrell. but guy, it's never happened before. coming up again at 8:30, we're doing the treasure hunt. making people happy. >> in baseball, a tie goes to the runner -- >> not here. >> we've got concerts coming up. >> do they have to go to the concert together or separate concerts? let's go inside to check top stories with natalie. >> good morning, everyone. investigators are searching for the cause of a military jet crash that caused fiery chaos in a southern california neighborhood. three homes were destroyed when a harrier jet from a marine base crashed and burned late wednesday afternoon. the pilot ejected with minor
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injuries. this is the second time in a month that a jet out of the same base has crashed. the obama administration tried to fi yet the controversy over the prisoner swap that freed sergeant bowe bergdahl by calling senators to a late-night briefing wednesday. they were shown video that said to indicate that bergdahl's health was in jeopardy. some came away skeptical. while bergdahl remains at a military hospital in germany a homecoming rally in his hometown has been canceled because police have said they don't have enough resources to handle any protests that might arise. >> the secret service is brushing aside concerns that president obama's security may have been jeopardized during his workout at a hotel gym this week. these images posted online apparently recorded by someone just steps away from someone in a warsaw hotel. all guests had been screened, agents were there, and it's no different than when the
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president drops into a restaurant and takes pictures of him. a rider who shared her final show with us. diagnosed with als about three years ago, she used her remaining time to live joyfully, finding her birth mother and traveling to exotic places traveling new memories. her memoir was typed mostly using her right thumb. susan, a mother of three, died saturday in palm beach. she was 43 years old. a high school janitor got a wonderful surprise when called to mop up a spill in the gym. instead of a mess to clean up. what he saw, he got this, a trash can full of cash. students donated $1900 to help spalding and his wife visit their son stationed in italy and
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to meet the new grandson he has yet to see. so fantastic. that's such a nice treat for him. 8:06. let's get another check of the weather with al in baltimore. mr. roker. >> thanks so much, natalie. that's a beautiful story. talk about grandparents four generations -- five generations -- four generations. >> maryland. >> jacqueline, sheri and lori. >> congratulations, you guys are gorgeous. they're beautiful. let's look at the weather again. again, we're looking at wet weather in the northeast. the good news, it's moving off quickly. so no problems for the big concert there. and by the week 8:06 on a thursday. good morning, i'm meteorologist christina loren. still getting a foggy breeze in san francisco, but we are about to cut that off. as you can see here, those low clouds, they are fading fast.
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that's going to keep your temperature down for today, but only at the coast. you'll hit the 70s. we'll hit the 90s meanwhile out in the tri-valley. 86 for us here in the south bay, and a hot day ahead, even oakland today, getting up to about 81 degrees. hotter weather as we head into your weekend. by monday, that heat will break a touch. place to be is at the beach. and that's your latest weather. guys. >> all right, al, thank you so much. coming up next on "trending," moments of honesty. what is the oddest place you have ever done work for your job. you will not believe the answers for many, many people. then our emotional conversation with oscar winner robert de niro. inside his father's art studio. what he's doing to keep his father's legacy alive. plus, a special celebration, father's legacy alive. plahhh, number 1 ofebration, my 20 is for chacne. you know, chin acne. uh-huh. not to brag, but i have the chin of a teenager.
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we're back at 8:11 with what's trending today. >> father's day is less than two weeks away, al and i always complain when it comes to mother's day, everyone goes allel out. when it comes to father's day, everyone go, oh, yeah, when is that? father's day, expected to spend $12 billion. that might sound a lot. then you take a look at how that compares to mother's day, this year, consumers 20 about $20 billion on bottom. by the way, what most people say they're planning on getting their dads for father's day, ties or cards which is fine. to be honest, it's fine. >> $160 for moms, $110 for dads. >> spa treatment, jewelry, ipads, we get a card. >> that's all right. >> i think it is true, though. i mean, obviously -- >> moms deserve it. >> yeah. we are going to do our part to make it up to the dads
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throughout. next week, all week long we're celebrating the modern dads. we're going to talk about how the role has quickly evolved. plus special surprises of well-deserved fathers out there across the country. here's an abrupt turn. be honest. ready to be honest? have you ever done any work while in the bathroom? >> in the bathroom? >> correct. >> i've been on the phone. >> if you get a work call, if you're on a conference call. >> you have a moot function. >> so you can get up and flush if you do that. >> i have two yeses. you have not answered. >> i probably have returned e-mails. >> okay. all right. thank you for your candor. a survey of 8,000 people in cities all around the world. here's what that survey found. 17%, 1 in 5 new yorker, admitted to bringing business into the
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bathroom. another 40% say they work in bed. i think that 17% number is actually low. very low. >> that's gross. let's move on. what number is this, take a look at the board over there. anyone know what that roman numeral is? >> 62 is the correct answer. that is how old we are at the "today" show. the nfl the reason i bring this up, yesterday announced this is the logo for not this coming super bowl, but 2016, san francisco. they are going with the number 50. because this is the mock-up. 50 is an "l." they didn't like the idea of an "l." they went to over 70 different mock-ups, they decided to go with 5-0. david says, explain to me why super bowl l is a bad thing? a #superl.
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>> i can never figure out the roman numerals. i never could remember "l." me either. >> that's what's t oscar winner robert de niro is one of the most celebrated actors of our time but when it comes to his personal life he's always been extremely guarded until now in a new hbo
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documentary de niro brings viewers into his life with an intimate and touching portrait of his father, the artist, robert de niro sr. >> i've known you for a long time. and i know that you're not prone to talk about your personal life. and this project has really caused you to open a big door. was it hard for you? >> well, i just felt i had to do it. ♪ >> the intention was to make a documentary about my father, because i owed it to him and all the family, because of the great work that he had done. >> because you didn't think he got the credit he was due at the time? >> yes. yes. >> i wanted to be an artist since the time i was in kindergarten. >> as a young man in the 1940s, robert de niro sr. was an artist on the rise known for bold color, bold outlines and broad strokes exhibited in new york's galleries. >> would you describe him as a
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great artist? >> to me, he's a great artist. and i know i'm partial, but, you don't know do this if you're half into it. this is real. >> and critics at the time he was doing most of his paintings thought so, as well? >> yes. >> but his work was soon overshadowed by the abstract and pop movement. styles that de niro senior couldn't understand. and periods of depression in journals. >> i fear i can hardly wash my brushes which will be standing for days. >> your dad had great success for a period of time, and then things slowed down for him. so he decided to maybe reinvent himself or reconnect, and he moved to paris. but before you made him come back to the united states, you tried to the belt of your ability, to kind of help him and promote him. like a door-to-door salesman,
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knocking on gallery doors? >> literally, you carried it to a gallery, this is my father's work, it's great, they'll see. we're going say he just came off the street, these two americans coming in. so that didn't go very far. >> he writes about that time. in one reference to you he says something to the effect you saved his life once, and you're helping him again. did you understand that's the way he felt about you at the time? >> well, as i say, he was a very loving father, so it's not surprising that he would -- say that. >> did you grow closer during those times? >> we were -- we were -- in some ways, i could say we were never not close. you can -- be close to people and not always see them. ♪
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>> another thing that is revealed in this documentary, your dad was gay. >> yes. >> being a painter is an affection like being a homosexual one has to have the strength of work without the thought of recognition before or after death just to accept life or death without attachment. >> it was never something that anybody brought up. do you wish you'd talked to him about it? >> i could have talked to him about it. i didn't feel it was right. that's his business. ♪ >> a great space here. >> thanks. >> it really is. >> de niro junior is on a mission to keep his father's legacy alive. 21 years after his death, his new york studio sits untouched. a shrine to the man who once worked here. how long do you plan on keeping this place just the way it is? >> i just -- i don't know. i can't let it go.
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as long as i can afford to keep it, i will keep it. >> though he never achieved real fame again, de niro lived to see his son's mediocre success as a hollywood star. >> was he proud of you? >> yeah, he was proud of me. he's not the kind of father, i'm prou proud of you son, what you did, da, da, da. in his way, he was proud. >> he struggled for his career for much of his life, do you think there might have been a little envy for the fact you had such success? >> he didn't acknowledge it in a way because he was resentful why couldn't it happen for me, you know. >> it's hard for a son to hear that. >> he'd never say it to me, though. never that i remember. >> he was a beautiful writer and there's one little excerpt here that -- i mean, it's short, i'll just read it. "thank you god for bobby's having turned out so well."
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did you know he felt that way? >> it wasn't -- he praised me. a lot. and to me he did. >> what son wouldn't want to have that written by their dad? >> sure. >> thanks. >> wow. >> a moving documentary. by the way directed by our friend terry pope who used to work here at nbc. did a great job. >> you did a great job. >> i've never seen mr. de niro like that. >> you can be close to someone but not see them. >> yes. you can see that documentary remembering the artist robert de niro sr. which debuts on hbo. it's the 70th anniversary of the d-day landing. nbc's tom brokaw is in omaha
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beach this morning. good morning to you. >> thanks, matt and savannah. omaha beach. 70 years ago, frank levito who was 18 years old at the time landed on this beach in a higgins boat, on a landing craft. he didn't want to put down the ramp for very good reason. and now he's brought his entire family back to revisit that terrible day. ♪ >> on june 6th, 1944, we made the invasion of europe. i was skinny. >> reporter: frank devita was 18 when he dropped out of high school in his senior year to enlist in the coast guard. >> when the japanese bombed pearl harbor, everyone wanted to do their duty. ♪ my boat was the "u.s.s. samuel."
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>> d-day is here. >> that morning, we were all sea sick. we saw the beach, one particular machine gun took a liking to us and was hitting my boat. he was shooting down at us. it was like hitting fish in a barrel. my job was to drop that, i knew when i dropped that they would come to the boat. they said drop the ramp, and they believe i didn't hear. he said -- drop the ramp. so we had 30 men on the boat.
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three men made it to the beach. they were all older, and some were dead. with the solace, people think that when a man is dying they don't ask for god. the last words they say before they die, mama. mama. >> reporter: devita has never shared some of these painful memories, even with his children until now. >> how far down the beach? >> about a couple of miles. >> reporter: it was an emotional journey back to omaha beach where i caught up with frank devita and four generations of his family. >> all of these people came here for me? >> well, it's an honor for them to have you as a father and grandfather. and i think the other important thing is it's an honor for them to come here. you went back, survived the war, and turned out this wonderful
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family. what's the lesson for these generations of the devita family to come here and revisit this? >> love your freedom. because that's what we fought for. we fought for the freedom. >> reporter: now he feels a duty and honor to speak for those men who died that day. >> these kids were 18, 19 years old. they're never going to see their families. they're never going to hold their grandchild in their grandchild in their arms. my family said i'm a hero. i'm not a hero. when you look at the cemetery above omaha, those are the heros. those are. my heros. >> 70 years and the men who gave
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so many. >> sacrifice for families. they changed the course of history. >> by the way, there are live a very good morning to you. it is 8:26 now. i'm laura garcia-cannon. an update now to a developing story we're following. san jose police now calling the death of a man whose body was found in the street a homicide. his body was found just after 1:00 this morning on percy road near hellier and tenant avenues. the police say the man has at least one stab wound. so far, police say there are no suspects and no motive. this is the city's 18th homicide of the year. switching gears, let's check that morning commute with mike. >> we're slow rolling through palo alto right now. we've seen a big build southbound 101 here, we see the sensors reading red, as you come out of menlo park and down toward that area. and northbound, slow typical out of mountain view, same for west 237 into the area.
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northbound 101 looking better. north on 880, a full stop at kerner and they just moved. we had to clear a truck from the road. that's another addition to the slowdown. the rest of your pattern, the typical pattern. a little bit lighter than normal. looking at the san mateo bridge, and westbound, that's still a slow drive from hayward over to the peninsula side. and no major problems with the bay bridge toll plaza, just have your metering lights on. laura, back to you. >> sounds good. back with another local update in about half an hour. have a great morning and see you then.
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♪ 8:30 now on a thursday morning, the 5th day of june, 2014. still misting or drizzling here in new york city. but still, a lot of happy people in our crowd getting ready for a concert from seven-time grammy winner pharrell williams. >> we have say lot to look forward to looking ahead on the calendar. tomorrow morning, sara bareilles
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will treat us to a good concert. we have a lovely guest in house. roseanne barr back on nbc "last comic standing." she's going to talk about her recent weight loss and much more. >> she looks good. >> she does. strike a pose. i like that. let's go check with hoda and carson. >> you guys, it's time for a backstage pass. we have two people who have been here since 3:00 in the morning. i know there have been a lot of people but there have been people in the back. >> if you can see the show, it would be a lot better. who would like to go total front row? >> we have two people from chesapeake, virginia, we have cassie and delanie. where are you? where? >> right here. congratulations. >> thank you!
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>> delanie? >> yes. >> you excited? >> yes. >> okay, we're going to get them over -- we're going to hoist them over this barricade and bring them up front. we'll see you guys in just a little bit. >> follow him. follow him. >> in baltimore on today's treasure hunt, al, good morning. hey, good morning, guys. well, the excitement has died down a little bit, but we do have some crab cakes from the rusty skuper there. we have crab cakes, puppies, too. i love baltimore! we are starting off with rain in the northeast. that's going to move out. that's good news. we do have a risk, strong storms from the southeast all the way back into the east and western rockies. gorgeous weather out west. hot. 109 in phoenix. tomorrow, nice and mild in the 70s there. from the risk of strong storms from the rockies to the mississippi river valley. wet weather in the southeast,
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sunny and hot in the southwest. right on to texas. the sunshine 8:33. good thursday morning. i'm meteorologist christina loren. full sunshine at this point over the south bay. we still have some lingering clouds in san francisco, but as we cut off that onshore flow, your temperatures are going to be hot today. 86 degrees on the way to the south bay. 91 for the peninsula and 86, you're getting hot out in wine country. the place to be this weekend, right by the water. comfortable temperatures at all of our local beaches. but you'll be at the 80s, lots of sunshine? santa cruz on saturday. and, guys, we are continuing "today's" treasure hunt one more day, we're bringing it to new york city. that's right. we are going to be in new york city. and we are bringing it. but you will not believe the prize we have for the winners. we've been bringing people to
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the plaza, new york. we're going over the top with this. you want to come to the plaza tomorrow for the sara bareilles concert. we've got an amazing prize for the winner. >> a trip to baltimore? >> no, even better than a trip to baltimore, hard to believe. coming up, roseanne barr, the legendary comedian is now part of the nbc family. we're going to catch up with her in just a couple of minutes. >> who is ready to get their "happy" dance on? pharrell williams live in concert. but first, this is "today" on nbc. the world of fashion is split in two.
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standing." take a look. >> i've got an idea. hey, how are you doing? you're asking the audience to do your work for you. it's so lazy. you got to come out and have a joke for them. they're the audience. you don't ask them hey, how -- it just bugs me. >> hmm. roseanne barr, good morning. tough love, that's okay. >> well, the reason i said, i used to do it all the time, too. and that's what rodney dangerfield told me. i was passing that on to her. >> generational advice. i want to talk about the show in a second. can i flatter you off the bat. >> of course, feel free. >> we ran a clip of the show, i saw you at the judge's table and i thought, wow, she looks great. >> thanks. >> you lost a lot of weight. >> i did. >> with magic bullet or did you just live healthier. >> i went on a new diet. it's radical and revolutionary.
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it's where you eat less and move more. >> why didn't i think of that? >> why didn't i? >> do you want to lose more? >> i just want to keep getting healthy and let go of excess baggage to carry around so i'm lighter on my feet and better in my life. >> you feel better? >> i do. >> tough love. you are firm with these contestants. you're honest with them. you're blunt. what is your style of comedy that you're looking for because it's so subjective? >> you mean -- >> when you see someone come up on stage, is there something that you want to see in a comedian? >> yeah, first of all, somebody that makes me lose it and laugh, and uncontrollable laughter. instant reaction to something new and original. >> original personality is hard. >> yeah. >> i watch these shows. a lot of them come up and
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imitate the guy on before them. >> yeah, with the comics coming on, some of it i've never heard or seen. so it's exciting. >> when you watch these folks step on to that stage looking for their big break, does it take you back? >> oh, yeah, it does. >> and the little clubs you used to perform in? >> yeah, absolutely. takes me back to it. and kind of reigniting my excitement and desire. also as a fan of stand-up. it makes me want to do it again also. it's kind of electric and fun. >> do you do any stand-up these days? do you get out there still? >> i haven't for a while. >> why? >> i don't know. i live in a farm, and there's not a lot of clubs out there. >> you live in hawaii? >> yeah, i moved to hawaii. >> now that you're on the show, are you going to reconnect with the comedy world? >> yeah. i've seen so many great comigs. i want to say that again. it's exciting to be part of it. >> you know what's funny, every
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once in a while i go home and flip through tv channels and you can almost find an episode of "roseanne" anytime of day. >> i know it's like on five channels. >> why do you think? >> it's about real life and real tv. i'm lucky that they like it. >> you look great. you really do. >> thank you. >> you can catch "last comic standing" tonight at 10:00, 9:00 central time here on nbc. up next, time to get happy. pharrell williams. want to come out? come on.
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♪ the toyota concert series on "today" brought to you by toyota. pharrell williams is one of the hottest names in music with four grammy awards and three hit
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songs in the past year alone. we're thrilled to welcome him to rockefeller plaza, ladies and gentlemen, singing in the rain, pharrell williams. ♪ ♪ ♪ it might seem crazy what i'm about to say ♪ sunshine she's here you can take away ♪ ♪ in the rain ♪ i'm a hot air balloon i could go to space ♪ with the air like i don't care baby by the way ♪ ♪ because i'm happy clip along if you feel like like a room without a roof ♪ because i'm happy ♪ clap along if you feel like happiness is the truth ♪ ♪ because i'm happy clap along
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if you know what happy answer is to you ♪ ♪ because i'm happy clap along if you feel like that's what you want to do ♪ ♪ here come bad news talking this and that yeah ♪ give me all you got don't hold it back ♪ ♪ yeah well i should probably warn you i'll be just fine ♪ ♪ yeah no offense to you don't waste your time rain or shine ♪ ♪ because i'm happy clap along if you legal like a room without a roof ♪ ♪ because i'm happy ♪ clap along if you feel like happiness is the truth ♪ ♪ because i'm happy clap along if you know what happiness is to you ♪ ♪ because i'm happy clap along if you feel like that's what you wanna do ♪ ♪ everybody point to the rain
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♪ bring me down can't nothing bring me down ♪ love is too happy to bring me down ♪ ♪ can't nothing bring me down ♪ i said bring me down can't nothing bring me down ♪ ♪ love is too happy to bring me down happy happy happy ♪ ♪ because i'm happy clap along if you feel like a room without a roof because i'm happy ♪ ♪ clap along if you feel like happiness is the truth ♪ because i'm happy ♪ clap along if you know what happiness is to you girl ♪ ♪ because i'm happy clap along if you feel like that's what you wanna do ♪ ♪ clap along if you feel like a room without a roof because i'm happy ♪ ♪ clap along if you feel that happiness is the truth ♪
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♪ clap along if you know what happiness is to you because i'm happy ♪ clap along if you feel like that's what you wanna do ♪ >> pharrell williams is just getting started! we're going to have a lot more music. we'll talk to pharrell in a moment. but first, this is "today" on nbc. ♪
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we're back more with our special thursday edition of our toyota summer concert series and the man of the morning, pharrell williams. ♪ clap along if you feel like happiness is the truth ♪ >> seven-time grammy award winner pharrell williams. international superstar. ♪ you don't need no >> producer, songwriter, mentor. designer. fashion icon. ♪ a hit-maker to many, today making hits for himself. and pharrell williams joins us now, his latest album is called "g.i.r.l." great to see you.
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>> thanks. what do you think of the fans standing out in the rain for you? >> first of all, i love new york city. the good news is it's not cold rain. it's just us and all the girls and the beautiful women out here in the hot summer rain. >> pharrell, there's some guys out there, too. >> okay. that's good. >> okay, good. you seem outwardly to be taking this incredible success in stride. is that the way it feels? >> yes. it's an amazing feeling. i never expected any of this. i am surrounded by amazing talent. i have the best band. i have the baes. you can follow them on instagram. the baes. there are no stars on this stage. they're all-stars. >> they're all-stars. it's been eight years since the last solo album. are you excited, are you nervous? >> i'm not nervous. i'm having too much fun to be
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nervous. at the same time, it's going to be anything after fun, it's probably going to be appreciation. i'm just so grateful for this moment. and i can't thank the good people enough for like lifting us up so high. we've gone places we've never seen before because of the people so we're thankful. >> we are thrilled box you're going to be joining "the voice." >> yes, i am. >> next season as a coach. are you looking forward to that? >> very much so. >> have you been watching the show for the last couple years. >> my wife has been obsessed with it so we always watch it. i never imagined being up there either. all of this is great. it's awesome, it really is. >> can i say, pharrell, you are one of the most pleasant, brilliant, humble people we've ever had on the stage. you really only had one request and that was to have this picture of carl in your dressing room, you can explain? >> first of all, my staff knows i've been obsessed with carl
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seguins, i watched cosmos as a child. and his mind and the way he saw it, i was blown away. and they thought it was a funny joke to put it there. his picture's always there. it's actually a good thing. when i look at that picture, i realize how lucky we are on this planet to be able to do what we do early day. seeing carl's face reminds me of it. it's a cool thing. >> and we'll say we're lucky to have you sing song. what are you going to do now? "come get it bae." >> pharrell williams, ladies and gentlemen. >> new york city i know it's raining but it feels so good to see our young girls throughout.
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♪ hey hey hey hey hey ♪ woman i can do anything you like i can do anything you need ♪ ain't i got a better body than the magazines you read ♪ none of them boys know the first thing about your fantasy and if they tried ♪ they cannot do it just like me ♪ ♪ sing it hoda, do you know the words, come on. ♪ come get it bae come get it bae come get it bae ♪ ♪ you wanna ride it my motorcycle, you've got a license have you got the right to ♪ gonna pop a wheelie don't try too high take it easy on the clutch ♪ ♪ ♪ i can see it the way you like
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i can do anything you need i can give you dirty looks ♪ like them on tv. ♪ none of them boys know the first thing about your are fantasy ♪ and if they tried they cannot do it just like me ♪ ♪ ♪ i know you certainly been gone and it's been much too long and there's some things we need to do ♪ ♪ come get it bae, come get it bae, come get it bae ♪ ♪ you wanna ride it my motorcycle you've got a license have you got the right to ♪ gonna pop a wheelie don't try too high take it easy on the clutch i like you ♪ ♪ sing it ♪ you won't believe what you do
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♪ girl this is show time this is where you wanna be h-o-m-e ♪ ♪ satisfaction guaranteed ♪ there will come a time this is where you wanna be ♪ ♪ 'cause it's everything you need you were lonely minding me ♪ ♪ ♪ come get it bae come get it bae come get it bae come get it bae ♪ ♪ you wanna ride it my motorcycle you've got a license have you got the right to ♪ ♪ gonna pop a wheelie don't try too high too take it easy on the clutch 'cause girl i like you ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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>> we're in virginia beach this weekend. thank you guys. >> pharrell williams, thank you so much. more music
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good morning to you. it's 8:56. i'm laura garcia-cannon. good tuesday this morning for thousands of muni riders in san francisco. muni says all service is back to normal, including cable cars. the beloved cable cars. for the last three days, hundreds of workers had called in sick to protest a proposed labor contract. the agency says about 50 people called in sick today, which is actually considered normal. what about these temperatures? are they normal? kind of warm today, christina.
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>> about 10 to sea 15 degrees above average, laura. take a leiv lack here, the san francisco, the bay bridge, highly visible. we're cutting off that onshore flow, and as a result, temperatures are going to be hot. 91 in the east bay, 81 for the peninsula. ♪ ♪ first impressions are important. you've got to make every second count. banking designed for the way you live your life. so you can welcome your family home for the first time. chase. so you can.
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from nbc news this is "today's take" with al roker, willie geist and tamron hall live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> welcome to "today" on a rainy day on june 5th, 2014. pharrell, in the plaza, you think the rain would keep the crowd down, no. the plaza was packed. i'm willie geist with natalie morales, tamron hall. al is down in baltimore for day three of "today's" treasure hunt. operation spread joy. >> they did it in a record time. under two minutes.
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they cracked it. >> people are getting aggressive. >> they both get to come to new york. >> hi drama. tomorrow in new york, by the way. >> we've got more from al in the hour. are you not just in love with this guy, i think a lot of people have come to pharrell with the song "happy." he's produced so many songs that you don't know. britney spears song, jay z. he's a genius. >> he projects not just to use the word, but happiness, when matt was asking him, on the outside you seem to be enjoying it. on the inside, too, i'm enjoying it. i love this experience. you need that. you want to know that they're not faking it and it's the real deal. >> he's a smart guy. >> he's got the cutest little boy named rocket. recently, he's been going out with dad. adorable. >> we'll have more from
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pharrell. meanwhile, while sergeant bowe bergdahl continues to recover in germany, his hometown has canceled a homecoming celebration scheduled for him. they said police don't have enough resources to handle any potential problems that could arise because of any spotlight on the case of sergeant bergdahl. the town has been getting complaints, angered that six soldiers alleged died trying to recover bergdahl accused of walking off his base. his family and a spokesperson saying we can now celebrate privately. the mayor of hailey, idaho, urged residents not to come to a conclusion. and the freedom of sergeant bergdahl and the five taliban soldiers released. late last night, members of congress received a briefing. senators say they received a
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proof of life video of bergdahl. some say it convinced them bergdahl's health was in jeopardy. but others were skeptical of that. we've got t"the washington post saying that bergdahl looked sickly in the video. a senator from new york saying i would definitely think it had an impact on the president when he served, he served in the navy. senator joe manchin, a democrat west virginia left, according to "the new york times" visibly angry. his quote was, i think we can all agree we're not dealing were a war hero here. that's senator manchin, democrat from west virginia. the story gets bigger. more complicated. more questions come out and the white house has a lot to answer for. >> absolutely. and to have those senators lead
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out not along party line saying they have more questions. at majority who criticized were republicans but it was a bipartisan group of people who were not satisfied with that video. >> well, i think what's clear, as we talked about yesterday, he's going to obviously get a mental evaluation. he's undergoing treatment right now. when he comes back home, they're certainly going to be wanting to know the answers to those questions. >> chuck hagel did speak with the family yesterday. and he has not had contact with the parents. >> interesting, general mcchrystal came out and said, there may be more to this story. let's wait until the facts come out which is what the white house has been pleading for. again, there are so many pieces to this story that don't make sense. there will be a lot of answers. switching gears when you go to the gym, put your headphones
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on, get ready for your workout, you think this is your private time, your private space, right? >> well, not with the president of the united states. >> but, again, the president of the united states, he was caught on camera, working out in poland this week. and somebody thought it might be a good idea -- >> look at that. >> five-pound weights. thought it might be a good idea to take video of him while working out at the hotel gym. >> dead lifts never look good on video and whatever else he's doing there. some call it a security breach, at the very least, an invasion of privacy. the secret service is telling nbc news that all hotel guest, screened. obviously, anybody who gets near the president is going to be screened. there were agents with him in the workout room while he was working out. they say this is no different that if the president visited a restaurant and a diner took pictures of him. one said it's clear pictures were being taken and no guests
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were asked to stop. they were taking them and released them. "men's journal" has gotten in the story criticizing the president's workout such as slow down, really engage your core muscles. >> when you only have a half hour to work out, how much time -- >> they're like, move slow. >> try something new, sir, we got tired watching you work out. "men's health" as suggested that the president enlist the secret service for a group class. >> meanwhile we have seen presidents over many years working out getting physical. president clinton loves to jog. >> and then that looks good. >> and george w. bush loved riding a mountain bike. >> yeah. >> and george h.w. used to play golf on public courses. secret service said that actually was a nightmare scenario for them. >> all the trees. >> well, yeah, being able to
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contain the crowd. >> but it's a cool look at the president behind the scenes. >> i do, too. >> whatever the controversy is, i don't think there is one. the secret service has that place locked up. they're not going to let some random dude in there. >> and he said he runs with the gym with the president. and they do the sweep and they bring everyone in. i just think the workout in the sweat pants. the only thing missing is his mom jeans. >> oh. >> i'm giving him credit for being fully covered. at least he's not working out shirt off. >> well, we saw him on the beach before. >> yeah. >> in the hawaii picture. >> sure. >> whatever workout -- >> i'm going to abstain -- >> he's in good shape. >> he's in great shape. he's put down the cigarettes. he doesn't smoke. >> yeah. >> he's in smoke. and that is jet lag. you can imagine, getting off the plane, three nations, whatever.
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>> yeah. >> and he did it. i give him credit for that. >> whoo-hoo! he goes to the gym, that's not that great of an achievement. >> it is for me. all right. this is what i'm anti. i'm really, really sick of designers who believe they can only dress women that are a size 2. melissa mccarthy, the fantastic actress, comedian. she's revealed she dealt with fashion snubs in the leadup to the oscar where she was nominated for best actress in "bridesmaids." she said several designers turned her down when asked for a dress for the ceremony. two oscars ago i couldn't find anybody to do a dress for me. i asked two or three designers, high level ones who make lots of dresses and they all said no. she showed up in a beautiful
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blush dress by marina rinaldi and she's starting her own plus size line. last month, she was on "elle" magazine cover. there was criticism that the large coat covered her body. i thought she looked elegant. >> she said she chose that, by the way. >> she chose that. she picked it out and she looked smoking hot. she didn't name the designer. she took the high road and doesn't name them. i kind of wanted her to out the designer to let people know the designer not in on the diversity of figures. >> she's an incredible talent. she's funny, she's cool. she's going to be a big star for a long time. what's the upside in turning her down? i don't understand that. >> i don't understand it either. and you are making -- i think when they make it custom for you, they surely, can make it
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custom to fit your body. by the way, she's curvy. she's got moves in the right places. >> you remember when gabby won the oscar, the dress she wore was highly criticized. >> i thought she looked amazing. >> really beautiful. this is golden globes red carpet that we were showing you there. there is that conversation. ongoing. these women are gorgeous. they're comfortable in their own skin. they're talented. >> by the way, if you're a good designer, you should be able to design for anyone. if you're so great. if you can only use the quote/unquote perfect specimen to make your clothes look good, then maybe your clothes are great. >> we're team melissa mccarthy. a school community getting together to help their own.
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zack rude iger, his father died. when he graduates, his fellow seniors decided to do something very special for him. it's tradition for students to hand money to the principal as they graduate. the money is donated to charity. as the 68 students received their diploma, they each gave money for zach. but it wasn't until after graduation that zach was told that the money was for him and his family. here's what zach said to khtv in st. louis. >> i have a lot of friends who care about me. it's just astonishing what people can do for others. it help please out a lot. i realize i'm still a kid and
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yet i still have responsibilities. >> his fellow students got together about 800 bucks to give zach and his family. >> that's great. >> let's get a check of the weather from al in baltimore. hey, al. >> hey, guys. let's show you what we've got going on. wet weather moving out of the east, thank goodness, for your rush hour home. but we're also looking at severe weather out west as we go to the maps. you can see, we've got heavy showers and thunderstorms. and we are looking at those thunderstorms making their way through the midsection of the country, down into the southeast. they will be developing, redeveloping during the day today. so severe thunderstorms, stretching from the eastern rockies all the way to birmingham, later today, everywhere in between. possibly tornadoes. and tomorrow, more of the same, wet weather from the great lakes into the southeast. strong storms from northern become billion and mississippi all the way back into nebraska. rainfall amounts anywhere from 3
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to 5 inches of rain as we get from 9:13. good thursday morning. i'm meteorologist christina loren. temperatures are going to be warm for today. 86 degrees in the south bay. 91 degrees, likely requiring that ac out in the extreme east bay. but about 70 degrees today in san francisco. that's where you're going to get the natural coolant for one more day. as we head through the next few days, temperatures will soar. sunday looks like the warmest. if you want to hit the beach, comfortable conditions all weekend long. 74 at half moon bay on sunday. and that's your latest weather, guys. >> all right, al. thanks a lot. we'll check back in with you in a few minute. >> coming up next, a two-time oscar nominee. "the fault in our stars." willem defoe joins us right "the fault in our stars." willem defoe joins us right after this. jouh, what's going on?
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♪ willem dafoe is one of the most highly regarded actors in hollywood with a long list of familiar characters under his belt. an academy award winning role in "platoon" to "spider-man." >> and "the fault in our stars" is hitting theer inting theater. >> and when hazing and gus might literary heros they're surprised. >> that's an errant judgment. look where it got me. well, you've come a long way. what can i do for you? >> willem, how do you play -- you're yelling at a cancer
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survivor that everyone loves. >> one of the character says circumstances have made him cool. and i think that becomes really apparent as the story goes on. you know, you see why this guy is a broken man. and also, he's a character that functions in the story to balance out other aspects of the story. the beauty about john green's writing, he takes in one direction and then takes you in the other direction. and i think that's why he balances the humor and the pa pathos in that. >> you say to watch the fans cry and laugh, willie was there as well, the emotional roller coaster. >> what's it like to be part of this giant -- the premiere. you talked about inside the premiere. outside of the premiere, midtown was full. you've entered into a new world here, women leillem. >> it could be the movie that's
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highly anticipated. at the premiere, people were really vocal. you could really feel the audience reacting. the book's widely popular. people have responded to it. >> what was it like being on set like ansel elgort and shailene woodley. they strike me as such incredible actors who can as learn a lot from someone like you? >> i don't know about that. the truth is, it's wonderful because, you know, they're young. >> right. >> but they're also very seasoned. someone like shailene has been performing, i think, since she was very small. so they're very relaxed. but the nice thing is, they've been around for a while. they've been working for a while. but there's an optimism and a fresh energy that sometimes you don't find with people at my age. >> the seasoned -- >> you know. so it's good to be on a very upbeat set with -- working with
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material that people really believe in. >> natalie has something written on her notes here. speaking of upbeat. something i'm looking forward to. >> "nemo 2". there's a lot of talk when it's happening. what you can tell us? my oldest one is now 10. it was a movie he watched over and over again as a baby. >> well, it's in the works. we started already. and when it's released i don't know. >> "nemo 2" in the works. >> congratulations again. "the fault in our stars" opens tomorrow. coming up all you need before you leave the house. and later, you know him from adventures of "the new old it starts with little things. tiny changes in the brain. little things, anyone can do. it steals your memories. your independence. insures support. a breakthrough.
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so rich, creamy, and delicious. only philadelphia®. good morning. it's 9:26. i'm sam brock. breaking news right now in sunnyvale, where one of our nbc bay area reporters said he woke up this morning to the sound of more than a dozen gunshots. this is happening on north fair oaks near maude avenue near several schools. right now we have derek shore joining us on the line. derek, tell us what you see out there. >> reporter: well, good morning, sam. yeah, i actually live just down the road here, and i had heard sirens throughout the morning, wondering what was going on. really not bothered to wake up, and then we heard a number of gunshots just ring out throughout the street. and by that time, we came out to see a ton of police activity. a number of new police officers coming to the scene, including santa clara officers out here.
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followed by that, we saw a fire truck and an emt and ambulance come in, but that ambulance eventually would turn around, leading me to believe at this point there may be someone dead after this shooting. i do know officers were already on the scene there, so this could be seen as an officer-involved shooting. who was shot, that was unclear at this hour. whether it was a suspect or an officer. i can tell you, based on what i'm looking at now, it doesn't seem to be the normal flurry of an officer-involved shooting, because normally they are doing absolutely everything they can to get that officer to the hospital. in this case, no one was transported, as it would appear to me. so at this point, what we know, there has been a shooting out here on fair oaks. police as well as santa clara police here are assisting. they have shut down the entire street for blocks on either end, as they continue their investigation and they continue to assess exactly what happened here today. sam? >> thank you very much, derek. again, a middle school nearby,
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columbia middle school on lockdown. more information on that, coming up after the break, including a look at traffic.
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and welcome back. folks, we're looking at a slower drive southbound, 101. still slow, a tough drive through palo alto. both directions heading towards university avenue. and in the south bay, this is what sam was just talking about, the 400 block of north fair oaks, where there's an investigation going on. we'll follow that, but meanwhile the surface streets and traffic flow all right towards the freeway. >> thank you so much, that was in sunnyvale. as of about 10 minutes ago, columbia middle school in that neighborhood is on lockdown. there's been gun activity, a shooting out there. we're sending a reporter and we'll have an update in the next half hour.
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♪ welcome back to "today." you can see it from the studio through the rain drops here in new york, on thursday morning, june 5th, 2014. i'm willie geist along with natalie and tamron, al is in baltimore giving out cash and all kinds of gifts. >> not really cash. concert tickets. who doesn't love a tv website -- the comedy with the best-known catchphrases all together in a montage, we've put together favorites? >> all i hear how great marcia did this or how wonderful marcia did that, marcia, marcia!
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>> doh! >> ahh, how you doin'? >> natalie? how you downiin'? >> that's your favorite one? >> yeah. >> and only michael scott can say that. it's his. >> i don't want to speak on behalf of al, but should we say i love it when a plan comes together. >> oh, yeah. >> we want you to share your favorites with us, go to #orangeroom. your favorite tv catchphrases. >> yabba, dabbado, that's another good one. >> i would have gone with that. "i pity the fool." oh, yeah, with the fonz's ahh --
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>> yeah. >> or from "i love lucy" -- lucy, you have some plainin' to do! i'm not giving out cash, okay? >> okay. >> these folks heard that and thought i was holding out on on them. >> i tried, al, to make sure they knew. >> plane tickets. >> yeah, exactly. and we're rifling through tamron's wardrobe, and these women get to pick what they want. either way. let's show you what we've got going on as far as your weather. for today, we do have a rick of strong storms making their way from the midsection of country back to the rockies. 77 in l.a., 72 in san francisco and seattle. tomorrow, a risk of strong
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storms still hanging on from the rockies all the way into the southeast. wet weather into southeastern georgia. into the carolinas. beautiful weather, great lakes, into the mid-atlantic states. and sizzling from interior southwest right up into interior northern 9:33. good thursday morning to you. we're going to get a taste of our own spring sizzle here in the bay area for today. complete sunshine overhead and temperatures on the way to 91 degrees out in the east bay. 70, meanwhile, for the coast. san francisco going to be the place to be over the weekend, as well. comfortable conditions there. meanwhile, we're going to see the triple digits in some of the warmest spots across the bay area, especially saturday into sunday. but this prolonged stretch of heat extends well into next week. if you can get out there, comfortable conditions at all of our local beaches this weekend. baltimore, you have been fantastic! tomorrow, "today's" treasure hunt is in new york city, baby. >> yeah. >> we're coming to the big
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apple. giving away an amazing prize. wait till you hear what we've got. >> can't wait, al. we'll see you back home here tomorrow in new york city. clark gregg has been acting in tv shows and films for a couple decades now. he's probably best known for playing the straight agent in "ironman" and "avengers 2. ." >> and "trust me" which clark wrote and produced. >> but he's not very good at his job and he gets tired. >> do you think they're going to know when you have a panic attack, do you? >> no. >> let's close that window now. >> ow, ow! >> get your hands off the button. >> you can come with me. >> no, he can't. not without the emancipation from the judge, he can't. roll up that window now. >> don't you love me anymore?
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>> clark gregg joins us now. you wrote this film. you've done many films before. is this based on a sleazy agent kind of guy of child stars, is he sort of somebody you know? >> no, it wasn't a specific person. i wouldn't say it's representative of all agents for child actors. i've been around on jobs i was working on, there was something heartbreaking or loving about these people looking for a 10-year-old to take them to the big time. running to get the parents coffee. you see allison janney there, molly shannon. i've got a great ensemble cast around me, because i was kind of an ageing loser, everyone felt like -- >> i guess when you sat down, wrote this film, you didn't have yourself in mind as the ageing
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loser, at what point did you jump on? >> it's kind of what the movie is about. we all struggle with that ageing inner loser. it's kind of about the people who aren't the ones who are overnight successes and kind of standing at the fences trying to get in. this guy finally stumbles on this brilliant young kid. and has a shot of getting everything he's always dreamed of but it looks like doing that might cost him his soul. >> he doesn't have a lot in common with you. but i understand you have a real piercing from the '80s. >> in the '80s, every time i think it's closed up, a job will come along where that particular loser should have an earring. and i push the thing through. it's worth it just for the look of my cover page. >> i had one in '92, early '90s.
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i took it out probably a year later. i've never tried to put it back in. >> if it's higher up -- >> it was up high. >> we were talking about catchphrases from tv shows that you love. you brought up your favorite. >> okay, my favorite, i was a fan of the honeymooners, and he said "to the moon, alice." i was immediately thinking not sure you could get away with that in the present client, threatening to hit your wife to the moon. but it was felt that she would dominate any wife. >> you are married to actress jennifer gray who was in "dancing with the stars." i wonder how many times you tried that lift. >> every morning. i bring the cup and she runs and i give it up to her. >> perfect.
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>> there's only one man who can do that list. patrick. i will never try it. that was one of our wedding vows. >> you swept her off her feet in other ways. >> it was the earring. >> clark gregg, great to have you. >> thank you for having me. >> the film "trust me" opens tomorrow. if you're thinking about doing remodeling, wait till you hear the secrets of one contractor. after this. what if a photo were more than a memory? what if it were more than something to share? what if a photo could build that shelf you've always wanted? or fix a leaky faucet? or even give you your saturday back? the new snapfix app revolutionizes local service. just snap a photo and angie's list coordinates a top-rated provider to do the work on your schedule. the app makes it easy.
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♪ do you have a project you wanted to get done? don't call that contractor until you've heard from our next guest. >> yeah, he's got secrets that will save you hundred us of dollars. josh temple is a contractor and host of hgtv. >> you start out, you get a few quotes. is it wise to go with the lowest first? >> not necessarily. like any major buy for your house, do your homework, right? make sure it's apples for apples. there there are three different prices. sometimes the lowest is the best, sometimes, the highest is the guy saying i'm busy, don't take it. you have to do your research. little price is good but sometimes the lowest saves you the most money.
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>> you say, avoid paying a large deposit up front, why is that? >> absolutely, pay installments. that will keep that contractor coming back. the thing is, they're usually running a couple jobs at a time. always leave a couple things for the end because that punch list that you need him to come back and get finished. >> let's talk about season. >> everyone is busy when the sun's out. that means contractors are busy. winter is nice, if you is can have your holidays somewhere else and have your contractor work on your house there, that's when it's going to be least busy. >> and you save money, i imagine. >> you do. they'll do it lower, they'll do it quicker. but the other thing is, if you want to save some money, get some skin in the game. do the demo yourself. get a sledgehammer, it's therapeutic. >> even an amateur? >> absolutely. you stay away from power, you stay away from water. you go at it.
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>> you as say is buy your own, go to home depot? >> exactly. go look. find a vanity. your own top. you c change it out. set it in place. you get your plumber to set your pea trap. you can do this anywhere. there's a lot of different ways to go cheap. >> another way to go cheap, change out the hardware on your own? >> yeah, hardware's a great thing. kitchen cabinets, bathroom cabinets, all of those things, that's a great way to amp up your room with just a couple of cheap fixes. so hardware, one of those things, you can get it at designer stores or home improvement stores. knock those out. if the holes are too small, use washers, that's easy. >> cabinets. >> sometimes, you don't have to tear them out, just refinish them them? >> right, cabinet, cabinet,
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cabinets. old wood. sometimes the cheapest way, i am not a painter but it's just -- >> will it stay on and you won't get peeling or anything like that? >> it will. the work is in the prep. sand it, sand it, sand it. now, if it's real wood. make sure. otherwise, a composite, you can go right over it. change your hardware, you can make it modern, you can make it rustic. you can personalize it. >> i skipped ahead, change the hardware. that saves a lot of money. >> saves money. >> everybody talks about going green. but that can be expensive for people to do. what does it mean to go green? >> it can, l.e.d.s, undercounter mounts. retrofit. relatively easy, a light bulb that lasts seven years. that's a green thing. solar say green thing. one of my favorites is going green with bamboo. >> it's popular right now. >> hugely popular. it's a great hardwood.
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it's sustainable. it takes about seven years from cut to grow again to come back. so it's great for the environment. it is my favorite thing to want to tell people that want to do it themselves. start with a floor. it's hard, but you can hide all the edges on the walls and it's a great way to sort of feel that achievement. i don't know -- do you guys do anything? >> we're doing some right now, as a matter of fact. so i'm listening intently. is that easy to find the bamboo? >> it is. it's getting more and more affordable. when they say it's a snap, it's a snap. >> i love you that have shown willie how do my house. >> please. >> behind every great woman, there's a man who knows how to do a floor. >> that man right there. >> thank you, josh. how did two women turn $200 into a fashion empire. how did two women turn $200 into a fashion empire. the jui jouh, what's going on? (laughs) it's this new paint. valspar reserve.
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we invested in ourselves. it grew organically. >> it started with i'm pregnant. and i took a pair of my husband's levy's and i tore them and it turned out to be maternity. maternity was so not me. i didn't want to wear it. we became partners 25 years ago. we spent money on jeans and kept reinvesting that money. reinvesting it. juicy came after it. we never had a business plan, we never borrowed money. we never had seed money. >> and we didn't go to harvard business school and we learned by doing it anybody can do it. >> what do you think was the secret to your success? why did it work with your case? >> invest with product. we were all about product.
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>> to be in business, you have to have a product that yub obsessed with. if you don't make something that somebody else wants to buy, it's a hobby, it's not a business. it becomes a business when you sell it. >> what was the strategy in terms of building the brand. at some point, it became juicy couture became part of the culture. we knew celebrities were wearing it. it's now a name evident fis immediately. when was the breakthrough point that you thought, oh, we've got something big here? >> first, i want to say it's about philosophy. you believe in what you're doing. we manufactured everything at the time in los angeles. it felt really, really good to do that. all the celebrities were there naturally because of tv and film. and they just sort of came to us. and we had the magic of patty and built this crazy celebrity following culture. >> we saw madonna and eva
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longoria sporting it. >> i have to say we didn't know what branding was but we did it instinctively. and i think good entrepreneurs listen to their gut and they have good instincts. and we really follow our gut. >> good instinct s follow your gut and take the risk. >> examples of success.
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this morning to the sound of a dozen gunshots on north fair oaks. you're seeing a live picture on your screen right there with s.w.a.t. activity. right now, we have derek shore on the phone with us, and the school lackdown has been lifted, but still an active scene out there. >> still a very active scene out here. i woke up this morning, kind of roused out of bed by what i believe to be about a dozen. i spoke to some other witnesses out here, they think maybe six to eight gunshots. the relieving news at this hour is that i went up and asked an officer. i said, are all of you guys okay? are all of the officers okay? they said, yeah, we're all fine. but it's pretty obvious that someone has been killed in this shooting. we had an ambulance and a fire truck that you can actually see on your screen right there. that fire truck. and they came, they have not transported anyone to the hospital. in fact, the ambulance left with an empty gurney. leading us to believe that someone has been killed in all of this. as you mentioned, a nearby
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school was placed on temporary shelter, a lockdown, that has been lifted. but a number of officers out here from both the sunnyvale police department and the santa clara police department are out here investigating and continue to arrive on the scene as well as a huge command post that's been set up, shutting down fair oaks boulevard on either end. you can also see a mobile command center right there, and they have actually set up, in the middle of the intersection. so sam, that's the latest from here. >> outstanding, george. thank you for letting us know. these are the streets that have been affected and closed right now as a result of this violent activity. you can see them on your screen right there, southbound fair folks avenue, maude at fair oaks avenue, eb columbia at fair oaks avenue. we'll see you in 30 minutes.
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from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> hello, everybody. and by that i mean you. thirsty thursday, june 5th. we're so happy you're here. ding dinky sort of rainy -- >> it really came down. we'll show you in a few minutes pharrell performing on the plaza why the downpour. he'll sing for us. we have kris jenner. >> is it kris jenner? >> it's kris jenner and there is some question whether kim has
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changed her name to kim west. >> we're going to find out all -- >> if kris is changing her name to kris west, we have a problem. we have lots of explaining to do. >> you have been very busy, we should say. >> i -- >> you were out every night until 3:00 in the morning and it is crazy, but you were in westchester. >> i was in westchester, white plains, new york, not far from my home. bloomingdale's, which i wish i had bought stock in bloomingdale's years ago because -- there i am, with -- this is a darling -- this is peter kelly, he's a well known chef in the hudson valley. he cooked. i had my stuff with me. and there was -- i think i signed 300 bottles of my stuff a few weeks ago, but 700 people showed up. >> girl. >> for peter kelly who is very big. >> girl, you can turn them out, i have to say. >> the people, all they wanted to know is where koda.
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where's hoda? why isn't she here. i said she went to the bloomingdale's in new york. she doesn't -- >> i was all happy to go until i realized where it was. >> outside of the -- thank you, all, so much. >> you may have watched the country music awards, they were hosted by kristen bell. >> darling. >> here's what's interesting. the start of the cmt, the country music tv awards, guess whopened it. not who you think. not -- >> not blake shelton. >> blake shelton or any of those guys. it was jason derulo who -- >> you had to remind me who that was. >> he's with jordan sparks, rapper, singer, great song. he sang with florida georgia line, luke bryant and zz top. that's how you open a -- >> i like that. ♪ find us where the party's at ♪ ♪ this is how we roll on the radio ♪
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♪ light it up with our hands up ♪ ♪ this is how we roll ♪ talk dirty to me >> not my thing. >> you know what's fun? everybody is in the tent. like there is a lot of rock leading into country. they do it for -- >> not everybody is thrilled about that. >> i love it. >> i know you do. >> hunter hayes -- >> if you're a purist about something, you don't want to see that happen. i understand you love it. other people don't. >> can i say one thing? talk dirty to me. hunter hayes, jennifer nettles and jon legend got together and they sang "all of me". >> which i do like. ♪ because i give you all of me ♪
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♪ and you give me all of you ♪ ♪ because all of me loves all of you ♪ >> it is happening. >> somebody just said to me that they had gone to his concert and he -- two hours solid and it was one of best shows they had ever seen, jon legend. i've never seen him in john certificate. he's very, very sweet when he comes here to the show. >> we got to bring up pharrell. he was outside. it was pouring, guys. if there is anyone who knows -- >> he filled it though. >> -- how to make people happy. i got some backstage people and brought them up to the front.
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they came up. this 9-year-old girl, so cute, was seriously crying. she was so happy. it was pouring. >> he's a sweet guy. >> and, you know what -- >> see, i don't go out for those things because i would be so embarrassed because i would be the only person in the crowd who doesn't know the song. doesn't know the lyrics. >> you know how to shake it. i did get a little shoutout from pharrell. >> apparently you did. >> nothing better. ♪ hoda, you know the words >> come on. >> i see you. >> i'll take anything. >> i'm not sure you can take this next thing we're going to look at. i'm a huge bradley cooper fan. i think -- >> gorgeous.
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>> and so, so, so talented. but i like him in this. he's swearing. let's show you what he's wearing. i'm sorry. ♪ who wears shorts shorts >> based on a true story -- >> is there another? >> there is a back version. we only pay for one picture. >> one version. we'll take the front. >> he coughed up a lot for this role. >> squeezed into those. those are tight. >> yes. i wish we didn't have to cover bad news. >> it is funny, we did our column in "the daily news" and asked about justin bieber and his apology for saying the n word on tape when he was younger. another tape surfaced about justin bieber and he is using the n word again. the video was released -- >> much younger than the other one, though, right? about 15? >> i think so. anyway, he says the n word in this multiple times, but it goes
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beyond that. >> the ku klux klan, talks about murder. >> from one of his music videos and he substituted those words into his music video words and was laughing. anyway, nbc reached out to justin for comment and we didn't get a call back. >> if you take the -- the apology he had the other day, and add it to that one and say this was even earlier, even younger, and even stupider. it proves he was younger and more stupid. stupider? stupid is is stupid does. >> stupidest. >> i think it is weird -- i think he's stepping in it again and again. i think his apology that was written, you didn't know about the -- >> he should go away for a while, heal up a bit, get educated on some things, commune with nature and god, and let -- and come back and let -- remind everybody how talented he is. just get away from the whole thing. people don't know when to remove
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themselves, go have surgery on your soul, and come back, you know? >> i think the funny thing is, i hear a kid like that, a 15-year-old saying that and laughing and saying the klan and the n word, i don't think on my -- like, on my worst day if someone was saying worst things in the world to me, i don't think that would ever come out of my mouth. it has to be somewhere inside you to come out. like i would drop the f bomb and freak out on someone in a minute because i know that's in my vocabulary. but i don't say other -- it is funny, you only say what is in you at some point. >> who knows the intent of the heart, but the lord himself. >> you said it. >> can we finally show the little norwegian girl, the little girl. wait until you see this. anyway, okay. we'll talk about mindy, who we do like a lot. >> yes, mindy was just kind of looking back on her career and she did a couple of things. number one, she cut her hair. >> she looks cute. >> wait. that's not the cut version. >> she said she wanted to get
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rid of what she called sweaty neck. >> still going to have it. as long as you cover your neck, you're going to have it. >> i thought it was a bob. anyway, that's -- >> anyway. >> all right. >> we have a big show today. we have kris jenner, on the program. before we do anything, we got to go to -- this is the most important part of the day. there is a country song and it is toes in the sand, margarita in hand, close your eyes, jake owen. so good. it is easy. ♪ between her and me ♪ and it's sunshine blue eyes ♪ ♪ tan lines slow tide rolling ♪ ♪ white sands cold can ♪ ♪ in my hand
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just a summertime ♪ ♪ chilling, breezing sipping, whoa, whoa, whoa ♪ ♪ beaching >> wait, there's more. ♪ beaching >> a little louder, please. ♪ whatever happens happens there's a reggae band ♪ ♪ just sitting and laughing ♪ >> no, listen. here it comes. ♪ don't worry be be happy ♪ ♪ it's sunshine ♪ slow tide >> he's going to be here in july to perform for us. he's probably very talented. very talented. you're never going to get me -- oozy in my hand?
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>> cozy. i call it a cozy. >> that's a great song. jake owen. >> i like him. i don't like the song, i'm sorry. >> we'll have him and he'll sing the song. >> maybe he'll give you a shoutout, too. >> i see you, koda. hey, hey. >> i like that one. is it okay or not okay to flash your undies on the red carpet? this is what we had to say about it. me and koda. >> no, not on purpose. >> you know what, we're the same on this one. i say if it is an oopsy, you get a pass. if it is not, not okay. not good. >> all right. >> okay. >> we want to give our shoutout to an amazing woman in your life. if you know somebody who is gentle yet powerful and deserves
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to be on, go to klgandhoda.com and tell us about her and she could win a trip to new york city to come see us. >> that would be very, very nice. anything else going on? >> it is time to move on. the plaza may be wet, but that didn't dampen the spirits two of young ladies getting an ambush makeover. >> we'll keep up with the kardashians when we talk to kris jenner right after this.
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you didn't invite me? >> why would we invite you. you're my mom, that would be totally weird. >> you should totally come. >> i can't change -- >> mom, no. >> i am so coming. give me five minutes. >> go! >> i love your kitchen and i love looking at it. hello, kris. >> hi, doll. >> i don't any which time zone are you on now? >> still in paris. >> you are. >> i think i am. it was such a whirlwind, i'm still catching my breath. >> how was it? we got to see snapshots and bits and pieces, but what was it like. >> i was telling kathie, it was so beautiful and magical and the feeling that just went through every single person, it was a love fest. and it was the most wonderful time, i think i've ever had had. and it is hard to explain that to somebody in words. >> you were in heels for six days and your knees are paying for it. >> it was like a -- a whirlwind of wardrobe changes for a while because we had so many things to do and it was fun, but, you
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know, this old broad needs to put her tennis shoes back on. >> we should ask you, should we call her kim west? has she decided? >> she did. >> it is official. >> kim kardashian west. >> kardashian still in it or -- >> hive natuyphenated or -- >> i don't know. >> you don't know? >> even you have your -- >> are they living with you still? >> they are. it is actually really funny. yesterday morning i was walking out the door to catch a plane at 4:00 in the morning and kanye was rolling in from new york and we're, like, i'm, like, i can't keep track of everybody. but it has been amazing and watching north grow up. >> how is that baby? oh, my gosh. >> is she 1 yet? >> this month. couple of weeks. >> is she delicious? >> she is. she's really amazing. >> has it been such a change to kim, kanye and your family? >> he's the best dad in the world. i never would have guessed that the two of them would have just
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had this little girl wrapped them around their finger, you know? it has been so wonderful to watch and just the way that they have taken on to being parents and it is so amazing. >> when are they moving into their new house? it has been under construction since adam and eve. >> well, daily there are little changes. so, of course, i'm, like, not one more change. but selfishly i love having them there. >> you're going to be an empty nester pretty soon. bruce, as we know, well, we don't know how bruce is doing. bruce is in malibu, doing his thing. >> it will be kylie and i. >> that's the beginning of world war ii -- iii. >> we're having so much fun. we really are. >> they really exploded on to the spotlight. >> book tour right now. they have their new -- >> the kids are screaming for them. >> were they on "fallon" last night? >> yes, they were. he was so wonderful with them
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and generous and kind. i felt like writing him a thank you note. he was so great. >> you should. you were raised that way. >> by you. >> there you go. >> we are journalists. i want to ask you, i know it may be uncomfortable, but feel free to say what you like or what you not like. when you came home, you were peppered with questions about rob and him coming home early. is there anything you feel comfortable saying about that situation? >> probably not. rob is working on himself. he's going to be okay. he's such a great human being and such a nice boy, and he's my heart. so -- >> yeah. a very sweet kid. >> yeah. >> great kid. well, south hampton, i saw video, here they were -- >> never will be the same. >> how is that going? >> i hear it is going great. i haven't been there yet. i'm executive producing the show. i'll be there --
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>> they're in a house near the first little house i had when i -- when frank and i just started dating. it used to be a very quiet little hamlet. >> we love it there. >> bus loads of kids chasing after -- >> everyone is excited they're there. we had so many wonderful offers oh, come stay at our house, use our house. everybody was, yeah -- what doesn't get twisted in the media. if you read something, it is usually the opposite. >> is kourtney pregnant? she is, right? >> i think you're going to probably get the answer to that if you tune into sunday night's show, the premiere of "keeping up with the kardashians". >> she's just like her mother. she'll have eight before she's finished, i believe that. >> really? >> she's going to go for a new record. >> oh, man. this is a very competitive family. >> yes, it is. good to see you. >> you're heading home. >> get some rest, okay?
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>> thank you. >> crack a bottle of something. >> we wanted to show you guys a picture that i brought, just for you guys, it is an exclusive shot that i brought to show you. it is actually my -- one of my favorite moments of the wedding weekend was when kim thought she was walking down the aisle to a recording of andrea bocelli singing this amazing -- >> he's one of her favorites. >> that's her favorite. she's walking down the aisle and she looks over and sees andrea bocelli standing there singing with the rest of us. i was in a state of shock. >> what song did he sing? >> it's called -- i can't pronounce it. >> it's italian? >> yes. it is so beautiful. it was -- this song, and she looks up and she actually, like, screamed. she was walking down the aisle thinking it was a recording. it was so cute. and -- he did the rose wall,
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kanye had designed this rose wall that was their backdrop and he had surprised kim on mother's day and had the wall erected in my backyard. a mini version, but the mini version was, like, 12 feet tall. and look at that wall, it is got to be 30 feet tall in the background and it was -- you look over and you pan over and here you see the whole city of florence and the duomo in the background and andrea bocelli singing and i burst into tears. and i'm holding north, it's okay, baby. it was a magical moment. >> thank you for coming to see us. >> better get out of here. you know all hell is going to break loose any second. new episode of "keeping up with the kardashians" premieres this weekend on e. the kardashians" premieres this weas a mother of two, it's really hard to work at home. when i really need to get stuff done, i hide in the laundry room. no one ever goes in there. a lawyer that's a monkey? hahahaha. also, the dryer sheets reeeally help my writing. writing supplies.
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and good morning. it's 10:26. i'm sam brock. we have an update to share with you now on breaking news, where several law enforcement agencies are on the scene of an officer involved shooting in sunnyvale. the violent activity prompted a temporary school lockdown and
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street closures. "today in the bay's" bob redell is at north fair oaks near maude avenue where this all happened and you've learned some new information recently about the man involved. >> we just were briefed by a captain and he's telling us this happened around 9:45 this morning, all centered in that home right there at north fair oaks in maude. you can see where the sunnyvale s.w.a.t. vehicles in front. this is the home where a murder suspect was living. earlier this morning, at 9:45, officers with s.w.a.t. went in to try to arrest this man to serve a warrant. according to the captain, he tells us that they did a knock on the door and announced who they were, the man ignored their warning and displayed some sort of weapon. the office of public safety did not see whether that weapon was a knife, a gun, or something else, but when that man displayed that weapon, the officers, with the office of public safety, fired shots at him and killed him. he was taken to the hospital where he eventually was declared dead. according to at least one witness we've heard from, there
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were five to six shots by their count that were fired at this man. again, a man who was wanted for a homicide. and this was a homicide that is, you know, an older case. it wasn't something that happened recently, but the captain wasn't able to specify when this murder took place. but this was the man that they were looking for, and as you mentioned, this neighborhood was on lockdown, even though they have a crime scene up here, the person that they were looking for is dead and there aren't any other outstanding suspects. we don't believe that this neighborhood is still on, quote, lockdown, and it was columbia middle school that performed its own lockdown. but we believe that has been lifted as well, because the threat is gone. again, a murder suspect, the office of public safety here in sunnyvale was trying to apprehend. they're trying to take in peacefully. they say that this man would not cooperate, and as a result, he was shot and killed by at least one of the officers. reporting live here in sunnyvale, bob redell, nbc bay area news. >> and bob, one quick follow-up. it is stable now?
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the investigation is going on, but everything is stable? >> that's correct. threat is gone. this is the only person they were looking for and they don't believe anyone else who was posing a threat or is a danger to the community. >> bob redell live from the scene, we appreciate that. let's bring in traffic reporter mike inouye with a look at all the closures as a result of today's incident. >> and as bob said, the active investigation is going on, but not a lockdown. still want to avoid the streets you saw with all the activity. fair oaks, wolf, columbia, and maude. that's a perimeter around there. that's the area to avoid as far as technically, look at the map. a chopper overhead, see all the activity in the area and blocked off a few blocks there. look at the map, this is what we're talking about, tupper left-hand portion of sunnyvale on our screen, but the only issue as far as freeway traffic goes is 87, there's a truck on the shoulder with a number of chp vehicles there. the rest of the bay looking a little bit lighter, as we've seen for the last few days. again, avoid that area in sunnyvale by the investigation. >> thank you, mike. a lot of details to bring you later in the day obviously on this killing of a gentleman who
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was being served an arrest warrant for committing murder. we do not have an 11:00 a.m. news program today because of the french open. we will see you at 5:00 today. we're back with more of "today" on this thirsty thursday, ready to reveal our "ambush makeovers" with two lovely ladies who waited all morning long in the very heavy wet plaza for a chance to get a brand-new head to toe look. >> doing all the primping and pampering, our talented twosome, louis licari and "today" contributor and contributing editor for "people style watch". >> and author. >> jill martin. >> a little wet. a little damp. >> but worth it. we got to see pharrell, come on. it was an added bonus. >> did you take them away before the concert? >> we saw the rehearsal. >> okay, good, just making sure. our first lucky lady, christine, 47 from jasper, alabama. christine is a married mother of three and registered nurse.
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she's looking for a practical and fresh new look that will boost her confidence. she said she's excited for this opportunity to get glammed up. let's listen. >> well, we all look like drowned rats today. i'm guilty of it too. but we saw your little cute face through your poncho. and said, do you want a makeover? you said, yes. >> yes ma'am. >> tell me why. >> do you see why? >> simply said. and you said the same thing. she's been complaining forever. >> yeah, forever. she wanted new hair. she wanted to look good. never good enough, so -- >> all right, well in the theme of the day, we're going to make you happy. >> happy! >> all right. and ella is here with her blindfold on. keep it on for a second until give you the green lights. here is christine banks before. let's see the new christine! >> oh, wow. >> i love that dress. >> all right. are you ready? take off your blindfold, ella. take it off. >> oh, my gosh.
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>> are you ready, christine? >> ready. >> it's your moment. spin. >> oh, my gosh. look at my hair. >> you're right. >> that's awesome. life it! >> so young and modern. >> tell us about the hair. >> can you believe it? it is not even the same woman. you look so fabulous. this is the haircut by bridget gianni. >> oh, yeah. >> she just brought it up, made it, again what we're doing is making the haircuts look more modern. the soft side swept thing is killer. and this dark auburn color, my favorite. >> ella, ella, ella, what do you say? >> she looks awesome. you look hot. >> bringing new york to -- >> jasper, alabama. >> perfect. >> anything with pockets is great by me. this is maggie london with this nautical -- >> so cute.
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>> you're having fun, aren't you? >> you should have seen the picking process. they were both in ponchos, drenched, we could just see her eyes and look at this fabulous -- >> you can join your daughter. >> all right. >> cindy is our second lady. cindy is 55 from holland, texas. she's a school superintendent and wants a modern and professional looking makeover so she can't wait to see her family's reaction when she gets home. she knows her husband and daughters will be shocked. let's listen to her story. >> okay, so, another victim, i shouldn't say that, because we could all use a makeover today, but you're a little flipped out. >> i'm a little nervous about it. i cut my hair for first time last year. it has been down to my waist for 20 years. i'm really nervous. >> quickly, ideal look? >> ideal look? feathery, full hair. i don't know. >> lrall right, louis, i think can do that. we'll pamper you and keep you dry for three hours. >> happy.
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>> she's here with some students, she's here on a trip with some students. let's take a last look at -- >> so there she is before. let's bring out the new cindy. okay. feathery. are you ready? take off your blinds. >> spin right around. >> yeah. >> oh, my gosh. oh, my gosh. i don't even look like the same person. thank you! >> it's beautiful. >> tell us about it. >> layering the haircut to add the fullness that she was looking for. and bringing up the length a little bit. i -- she highlighted her hair, but she went so far with highlights, of course, every year, she's a brunette among blondes but it was solid. i brought her back closer to her
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natural, and the makeup what could be better. >> adorable. >> tell us about the outfit. >> another maggie london that faux wrap dress on the side, you can make it loose, make it shorter. looks adorable. >> you like? >> amazing. >> great job, everybody. thank you. >> thinking about refinishing your cabinets, don't call a professional. just call lou. >> also from the fault in our stars, actor gnna t'wolvt wolf us. >> and pharrell williams right after this. is how delicious it can be.
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time to ask lou about the pesky problems around the house you wish you could take care of yourself if you only knew how. >> if you only knew lou. "today" contributor and host to the syndicated show "house smarts" lou manfredini. >> hi, ladies. >> let's get to our first question, from christie. her name is christie hay. >> hey. >> we can't get our drain pipe -- what? we can't get out -- >> her down spouts. these are down spouts. >> what is wrong with what -- what's her problem? >> they slide in and out. they go, you know, there is a male and female end that slides inside there. and what happens is in a rainstorm, they'll separate. and in particular if they have leaders on it. it is as simple as putting in some of these self-tapping screws. you need a drill, like this. your can't do it with a
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screwdriver. you can, but -- >> you're making it harder. >> these are self-tapping screws. you go in, once things are together, hold it steady and that's it. >> done. >> they make them in colors if you don't want to see silver. they have white, brown. put one screw and it will hold it all in place. >> wow, lou. >> okay. >> all right. jay mcguire wants to know, he has a question. >> how do a get an oil stain off my pavers, brick pavers. >> this is a powder detergent like you use in the laundry. put water on that oil stain and take a brush and start scrubbing it in. this is regular powdered detergent. and work that into the oil stain, like you take grease -- just like laundry soap to take grease stains out of slacks or anything, let that sit for half an hour, or there is a whole line of products that are out there, just pour and restore. you have to be careful.
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you can't use these on asphalt, many of them. >> more of a mess. >> with this one, you pour it on, pour and restore. and you cover the entire stain and you let that sit for 24 hours. what happens is -- >> i like that. less work. >> this will wick it up and then you take a -- the next day you take a plastic knife like this, cut it away. when it drys -- >> any powder detergent? >> any powder detergent. >> angela asks, we want to paint our kitchen cabinets. they're polyurethaned, what sbeis best way to paint them? >> this is cabinet transformations, it allows you to paint over and also put a glaze on it. you can paint cabinets, which is a very simple thing to do. but what you want is that glazed look. you'll see, if you got old cabinet doors like this, that are beat up, this system allows you to do sanding, add a little color and add this glaze. you end up with a finish like this, in a weekend you can
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transform the entire look by just adding that little bit -- it is that shine that really makes the difference, that makes them look like a factory finish and this is a do it yourself project, weekend, and it looks fabulous. >> wow. >> if you have a question for lou, go to klgandhoda.com and hit the connect button. >> get ready to get up and dance. pharrell williams sings for us. >> and it is breaking records for ticket sales, we're talking about "the fault in our stars". >> we'll talk to one of the stars, nat wolff after this. guy from tv-slash-steak eater-slash-steak lover. i want a cut that's tender, that's juicy and that's aged just right. and that's exactly what i have with these all-natural steaks from walmart. and here's a tip to serve 'em up right - steaks, like kids, need naptime. i'm totally serious. after grilling, give your steaks a 10-minute nap before slicing and every bite will taste like a dream. get out there and throw one on the grill today! try all-natural steaks from walmart today.
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it's the movie everybody's talking about and for good reason "the fault in our stars" based on john green's best-selling novel about cancer stricken teens who experienced love and lost. >> nat wolff plays isaac, a young man about to lose his eyesight because of a tumor and
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he's dealing with his girlfriend who breaks up with him. take a look. >> how are you doing? >> isaac and monica are no longer a concern. >> oh, isaac, i'm sorry. do you want to talk about it? >> no, i just want to cry and play video games. >> i think it is really appropriate. >> she couldn't handle it. i'm about to lose my eyesight and she can't handle it. >> i say you're better off without her. >> i'm better off without her, yeah. i think so. >> she's that kind of person. >> was it tough playing a blind person? how did you prep for that? >> i met with a real blind guy named ethan who meant a lot to me and we spent a couple of days together and i watched him and technically and emotionally he really helped me. i e-mailed him a couple of days ago and he said, don't remember you. he must be the hollywood go-to
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guy. >> you didn't make an impression on the guy. >> didn't make an impression. but he made an impression on me. so i want to thank him. >> he's in the group called -- >> in a band together. >> in the movie. >> how did your music get in the movie? >> i'm friends with josh and really liked my music and our music comes out today two songs. >> whoa. and you're in that crazy little movie called "palo alto," exact opposite of the kind of guy you play in this. is this what you always wanted to do with your life? >> i grew up with an actress mom and jazz musician dad and all our friends did that. i assumed that's what everybody did. >> exactly. >> and i just feel so -- i'm so passionate about both those things. so lucky i get to do that. >> how did you get the gig on this latest movie? >> well, i was actually the guy who gave the script to the director and i said, you got to
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go get this movie. and he said, i'll never get it, but i can try. and he got it. and now i think he just owed me. yeah. >> that's great. >> there is a lot of hype and high expectations. are you on pins and needles as the opening comes this weekend or are you ready for it -- >> are you jaded now? >> no, i mean, i just don't understand box office or anything like that. but it seems like all the kids are happy and it is such a hopeful movie and we go to these events and meet with kids, real cancer patients, it means the world to them. i'm happy be to be a part of these two movies, "paulo alto," people are, like, that movie meant so much to me. so i'm lucky i'm in movies that are good. >> and the naked brothers has some nice spreads. >> thank you. >> "the fault in our stars" hits theaters tomorrow. >> the wait is over. pharrell williams hits our summer concert stage. >> first this is "today" on nbc.
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toyota concert series on "today" brought to you by toyota. coming up tomorrow, actress roma downey, and real moms give their takes on latest movies and tech gadgets for father's day. >> the international superstar who wears many hats, singer, songwriter, and producer pharrell williams. >> he's been churning out hits like "happy," "get lucky," "blurred lines" and now marilyn monroe off his latest album "girl." >> here he is, pharrell williams. ♪
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paris. a gorgeous thursday at the french open. four women on court won a champion of fame and fortune. three hoping to be first time entrants to that club. >> absolutely amazing out there. >>

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