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- alright, welcome back to comics unleashed hot chocolate. so how they treatin' you at the airport? - how they treatin' me at the airport? like they treat brothers all the time. you know what i'm sayin? i get it everywhere. i really wasn't trippin', and like most black folks, weren't trippin' off all that terrorist stuff. - [stang] not at all. - until they tried to say we can't bring lotion on the plane. (audience laughing) we all know black folks, we need our lotion. (audience laughing) - [stang] even me! - am i right, black people? (audience cheering and applauding) when they tried to say a brother can't bring cocoa butter (audience laughing) or lotion on the plane, i turned into a white person and wrote a letter. (audience laughing) i'ma turn into a terrorist if i'ma be ashy on the plane. (audience laughing) my thing is, though, i just get a lot of stupid stuff in first class on the plane, you know. other people, you know who i'm talking about,
they're very curious when they see a hip hop looking brother like me sitting in first class. i just get this the whole time. like, say shang, you're me, you're me. you just look forward, and i get this the whole time. (audience laughing) so i get this question all the time. so, did you guys win last night? (audience laughing) i'm like, first of all, i'm 5'6", 165 pounds. (audience laughing) the kicker on the chargers is bigger than me. the hell you think, i play football? i look at 'em, be like, man, i sell cocaine. (audience laughing) i got drugs under this plane. sshh. (audience laughing) don't tell nobody! - [tess] i get the same thing. - you get the same thing, what do you get? - i get the same thing that looks like that
but they automatically think i 'm a singer. now come on, look at me, don't i look like i could sing? every black woman that's halfway overweight they think, "ooh, you can sing!" (audience laughing) no, i can't. they do, they always think i'm a singer. you get this, "i love your music." (audience laughing) honey, look, patti labelle. (audience laughing) - angie stone, queen latifah, i get 'em all. - [byron] you get 'em all? - i get 'em all, angie stone, queen latifah, kelly price before she went real skinny, oh yeah. i got all of 'em. - [jimmy] fantasia. they think you can't read either. they always do, they think i can sing. they're like, "sing a little something." this really old white lady asked me one time could i sing "happy birthday" to her on the plane because she just knew i had to be a singer because i was in first class, and i cannot sing a lick. - i just need to know, are there any americans working in security? i have never, i mean there's people from every country but america in u.s. security. people who cannot speak,
(accented) put their bag on the conveyor belt and the security people here, turn the thing over. jose, what the hell's going on here? there's not an american that works in security. this is an amazing thing, and there's no set rules. there's liquids, people throwing away tons of water. i think those guys go in there, recycle that water, sell that water, make money on that doggone thing for the government, just recycled water and bic lighters, too, they got tons of those. they got bic lighters and they got all sorts of hair products and nail clippers they sellin' on ebay for everybody, you can pick 'em up. but there's not an american that works there, nobody cares, they don't know who you are. you gotta take out your id, you go, "i want to see your id, where are you from? "what country did you come from? "who let you in?" (audience laughing) - you know, jimmy "jj" walker for president, y'all.
(audience cheering and applauding) - i heard you had like a whole presidential campaign. you thinkin' about running. - i have a couple things, i think we should legalize marijuana, i think we should legalize marijuana. (audience cheering and applauding) look at all, look at the crowd. you are in! all the brothers, "you gonna win, dawg, you gonna win." and i think we should make the minimum wage go higher. (audience applauding) but i think we should have, for strippers, we should have to tip and go lower. (audience laughing) - [byron] shang for president! (audience laughing) give him a round of applause. (audience applauding) well, i had a lot of fun, thank you for joining us. i want to thank you as well, until next time, keep laughing, thank you! (audience cheering and applauding) (fast-paced music)
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what's in a name? plenty for two teams that just battled it out. we're playing the name game to find out what exactly is a tarheel and who gonzaga is named after. >> first you'll be falling asleep to the sound of rain. storm scan 3 shows the rain is going to be with us for a while. good evening, good morning. i'm yukee washington.
>> i'm jessica dean. rain, wirnd around thunderstorms we're going to see them all the next few hours and lauren casey is tracking the storm as it rolls through the area overnight. >> we're seeing the rain overspread the area and the intensity starting to pick up overhead in center city philadelphia. we see these pockets of yellow greens back into the airport, chester into media, seeing that rain coming down steadily and more moderate in nature and as i mention the intensity even over just the last hour starting to pick up quicker and we'll see that trend forth next couple of hours. a heavier bands moving through up not egg harbor mystic island area. we are going to be dealing with fairly steady rainfall especially over the next several hours. heavy at times and we could see thunderstorms as well. the wind will be kind of gusty, breezy at times throughout the overnight period, mild
conditions and we do have a flood watch in effect for parts of the area as we head into tuesday evening. that includes north eastern pennsylvania, the poconos, northern new jersey it does include the greater trenton area. we will maintain that rain and storm chance but it will be much more scattered in nature. >> philadelphia police are investigating deadly gunfire. two people were killed, two others critically hurt in a bar age of bullets. eyewitness news reporter david spunt has the latest on the investigation from police headquarters. >> reporter: 3:30 in the afternoon on a warm philadelphia day. >> we were in the school and all you hear is gun shots. >> reporter: 12-year-old autumn was inside the school with her 11-year-old sister for track practice. when almost two dozen gunshots were fired at this apartment complex across the street. >> we had to stay in our classrooms.
we couldn't walk out. >> reporter: philadelphia homicide detectives were on scene moments later. four men were shot. all in their late 20s and early 30s. they were taken to the hospital. two died moments later. >> we believe that someone came east from this location and started firing. >> reporter: philadelphia homicide captain wouldn't get into specifics but our cameras picked up shell casings and this orange pill bottle on the ground. >> three were taken to the hospital by police, one drove himself. he's the one in critical but stable condition. >> reporter: clark says one possibly two men fired the shots. a lockdown was in place at the school as a precaution. the girls are safe their dad is thankful but worried about what might have been. >> life is valuable. you should make the best of it. >> reporter: if you have any information give philadelphia a call.
david spunt, nus cbs3, eyewitness news. >> new tonight this bucks county barn is destroyed by fire. chopper 3 flying over the barn in bedminster township. >> big cosby's defense team and the prosecution argue over what evidence will be allowed in comedian's sex assault trial. prosecutors want the jury to see a sealed document to contains cosby admitting to giving andrea constand and other women quaaludes in the 1970s. in the book cosby talked about using spanish fly to get women to like him. cosby is scheduled to go on trial in june. two legal heavy hitters in philadelphia have filed a lawsuit to have district attorney seth williams removed from office. former
former -- williams was indicted on charges of bribery. williams voluntarily suspended his law license but says he plans to stay in office. >> pennsylvania state police are looking for two men who they say threw rocks and steel rebar shattering this car's windshield on the pennsylvania's turnpike. the sus pekds reportedly hurlted the items from ground level. >> i noticed a guy standing beside one of the concrete barriers with a rock throwing it across the barrier and he hit my windshield. he could have killed me he's li. >> six cars were damaged. >> new tonight a bridge linking avalon to sea isle city is closed for repairs after engineers found a crack under water in one of the piles that supports the bridge. the bridge is shut down in
levelly. >> a bomb blast tears through a subway train in russia. there's been no immediate claim of responsibility for that attack which came as president putin was visiting the city. it is believed islamic extremism could be behind the terrorism. hours after the blast police found and diffused an explosive device at another train station. >> an historic showdown is in the works on capitol hill over president trump's supreme court nominee neil gorsuch. democrats have enough votes to mount a filibuster. senate republicans are vowing to use the so-called nuclear option on friday and change senate rules. that means gorsuch will be confirmed with just 51 republican votes. >> i concluded that judge gorsuch doesn't share a mainstream view of the constitutional rights as they
apply to individuals. their right to liberty, they're right to privacy. >> we will not have a successful filibuster of a supreme court nominee because if we have to, we will change the rules and it looks like we're going to have to. >> democrats first invoked the nuclear option in 2013 when they changed the rules doing away with filibusters for all executive branch appointments and lower court picks. >> new documents show the trust agreement president trump used to put his adult sons in charge of his company allows him to withdraw money upon his request and some say that raises potential conflict of interests. the white house says the trust is operating exactly as intended. meantime today president trump donated the first three months of his presidential salary, that money just over $78,000, has now been given to the national park service. the interior secretary says he'll be using that money to help with maintenance projects on the nation's 25 battlefield. melania trump has made only
a handful of appearances at the white house over the last few months but now she has her first official portrait as the first lady. the picture was taken in the white house's private residence where mrs. trump plans to move sometime this summer. >> a local man comes up with a unique way to sell his parents' home. he took potential buyers on shall we say colorful tour. >> why realtors may be looking to hire him or maybe not. >> reporter: there's a lovely home on the market in mays landing with an owner to has a colorful brand of salesmanship. >> let me show you around a little bit. [ bleep ]. >> reporter: in just four days joey has become an internet sensation after his son posted
the tour on youtube. >> i'll show you the house [ bleep ]. >> reporter: yoesy didn't know it was uploaded. >> here's the other deck. this is the other half of my inheritance. how do you like that? >> reporter: we had to meet him t. >> reporter: this is my parents' home which now his to sell. >> there's 20 bags of my mother's clothes [ bleep ]. >> reporter: the style he calls south philly original. and yes, it is a bit of an act he came up with to have fun with the selling process. >> i don't know what possessed me but i walked over there and it just went. >> reporter: humor as an aid to grief. >> at the end of the road they became my best friends then you lose them. >> reporter: joey lost his
father two and a half years ago, his mother just three months ago. >> i met 500,000 people that i never met laugh. so my parents were in heaven smiling and laughing, i hope. >> granite counter tops rtion [ bleep ]. >> reporter: my mom wosk chasing me around the house with the broom. >> this home is indeed for sale listed at 149, 900. >> now, despite the fact the video has gone viral, no one has made an offer on the house yet. >> a new national champion was just crowned right here on cbs3. >> don bell joins us now with that thrilling finish. >> yeah it was good. it wants a masterpiece but it was excite and it came down to the final seconds. north carolina taking on gonzanga and looking for
redemption. carolina with a 1-point lead with under a minute left in the game. eye seeia hicks a nice bucket there they're up by 3. then going the other way, nigel williams blocked going the other way. how about justin jackson with the jam. north carolina wins their sixth national title, 71-65 your final score. it is a great story of redemption because you do remember last year north carolina losing at the buzzer because of chris jenkins so it comes full circle. >> that's a good night for them. >> all right. so that begs the question, what is a tarheel? and who is gonzaga? >> so we're going to play the name game to see how much you really know.
>> hopefully my shoulders are strong enough so some people can stand on mine. >> shattering the glass ceiling. the historic promotion for two women here in philadelphia. then free to fly again. what the faa says about harrison ford's close call while landing his plane. >> you are looking live at bethlehem where the roads are already soaked with rain. lauren will let you know how long you
. two women in the philadelphia fire department shattered another glass ceiling today. they became the first to fill their high-ranking positions. linda long began her career as paramedic. she quit and started over in the firefighter academy. she is the first ever to be both a paramedic and firefighter. crystal yates is the city's
first african-american paramedic services chief. >> i'm excited and nervous and proud to be able to stand here for all the other women in the fire department. >> i stand on the shoulders of others and hopefully my shoulders are strong enough so people can stand on mine. >> these trail blazing women can get to work. the formal celebration is set for june. >> actor harrison ford is cleared for takeoff. ford's lawyer says the actor will not be penalized for accidentally landing his plane at a taxi way back in february. you can see ford there flew right over an american airlines plane. the faa could have fined ford or have taken away his pilot's license. just a few minutes ago you saw north carolina outlast gonzaga. >> nicole brewer is here to play the name game with the tarheels
and bulldogs. >> maybe you know location of the school, right? or maybe you know the mascot or maybe not. we put silly to the test to see how much they really know about the top two. >> reporter: from the field of 68, it all came down to 2. on one side of the court, university of north carolina. >> won the most championships. >> reporter: facing off against gonzaga university. >> it's a smaller school. >> reporter: but does your knowledge of the top two stop there? while most philly fans knew unc was from chapel hill north carolina. >> spokane, i'm sorry. >> this group did better with the mascot but couldn't tell us what a tarheel was. >> maybe a plant or something? >> reporter: i had to refer to
the university's website one dating back to the revolutionary war when north carolina residents supposedly dumped tar into the river. >> that sounds bad for the environment. >> reporter: as we learn the name gonzaga goes back in history. >> it sounds spanish. >> reporter: an italian saint of the 16 century who died at the age of 23 while carrying for victims of the plague. with a fresh dose of history, these fans made one last guess which team would make it. >> gonzaga. >> gonzaga. >> tarheels by 4. >> >> that was close. >> 71-65. >> we all learned a little something. >> cbs3 goes blue tonight for
autism awareness. we turned the lights outside our station blue along with several other buildings in the city because april is national autism awareness month. autism spectrum disorders are almost five times as common among boys than girls. >> the rain has arrived and the rainfall intensity is starting to pick up so umbrella alert issued for the delaware valley and we'll have some rain chances even a few thunderstorms for tomorrow but it will be more scattered in nature than what we're experiencing right now and that is rain across the area. rain drops on the lens as we get a look at center city philadelphia. 52 degrees, southeast winds picking up around 15 miles per hour. temperatures right now we have some rain cooled air in place but all together pretty mild for this time of year and in the evening. those winds are starting to pick up, wind speeds up to 15-20 miles per hour.
with some locally hire gusts so if you're heading out and about and you encounter the rain, it doesn't feel great on your face. we will see the breezy conditions, steady rainfall and thunderstorms as well. low temperatures only falling back into the low 50s and we have a warm day in store for our tuesday and in fact our only third day in the 70s in over a month but we will have windy conditions and a scattered thunderstorm as we head into the afternoon. storm scan 3 showing us what we're dealing with right now and that is quite a bit of rainfall. that rainfall intensity starting to pick up. good downpour just moving through center city philadelphia seeing some steady and moderate rain coming down. also that rainfall intensity has just picked up for you really over the last 15. also seeing the rain picking up a bit as we look at northern burks county, allentown, you're seeing some light rain right now but that will kind of increase
as we head into the 10, 15, 20 minutes. a big storm center, center back off in the lower midwest so it will continue to give us energy as we head into the day tomorrow but storm scan 3 is going to show us -- as we look at future weather tuesday overnight tonight we have some of our latest models indicating we could see this localized band of heavier rainfall and imbedded thunderstorm activity moving through some of our shower points. all together not too bad, just some showers around and we'll see a lull in the activity into midday, even some sunshine breaking out but do still keep an eye to the sky as we will see some hit or miss thunderstorms developing as we have into tomorrow afternoon and early evening. not everyone going to see these thunderstorms as we head into late day tomorrow but you want to have the umbrella on stand by. and factoring in rain we see tomorrow and rainfall amounts
locally could be quite heavy especially if we see heavier rain develop along the coast. for your tuesday, the 9:00 hour, 61 degrees with some showers around. winds whipping the second half of the day. mainly dry for your lunch hour and hit or miss thunderstorms nor the 5:00 hours. high temperatures warm. on wednesday a quiter day in story, mostly sunny, breezy and mild with a lost sunshine and we're watching another storm system by thursday that could bring us potentially some severe weather. so stay tuned to that evolving forecast. >> don's back with more sports. >> we're still talking college hoops. find out what inspires
. before all this rain came in it was a nice spring day out there and there was a nice activity that went hand in hand. >> baseball, it happened so long ago. >> 1938, that year the ball point pen was invented. it was also the last time the phillies started their season with a home run. the phillies visiting cincinnati. hernandez as if it's 1938. deep right field and gone. a lead-off home run and the phillies are up 1-0. a solo jack and the phils with 3-0 lead. the writing also contributing with his bat.
line drive to right field and you might think it's still spring training for the reds. we go to the 9th inning. ht phillies win it 4-3. >> we don't need power from the corners. we get our power from the middle infielders. freddy and cesar the two littlest guys on the field. we got 10 hits, swung the bats pretty well and the bull pen did a good job. >> on to the ice, the flyers off tonight. they have only 3 games left in the season. they visit new jersey tomorrow night. more love for dario the 22-year-old was named the eastern conference rookie of the month for second straight month. average 18 points and 7 boards. meanwhile, shout out to dawn
staley. thanks to their win over mississippi state. she gives props to carolyn peck. >> years ago when she was commentating she gave me a piece of her national championship net and she told me to keep it and i've had it in my wallet for years and she said when you win your national championship just return it. and i'm going to have to pass a piece of my net on to somebody else. >> thank you buddy. appreciate it. >> coming up, lost and found. >> up next the reason a local high school is sending one of its cl
returned to the owner's family. >> a local jeweler made a replica of the ring to give to the other person who found it on the other side of the world. he lost the ring while serving in the army during world war ii and the villager will now receive his own class ring. lauren? >> it's only monday but we're always looking ahead to the upcoming weekend. it is going to be on the cooler side on saturday but not too chilly. just a few degrees below our average. milder on sunday with temperatures likely climbing up into the 60s. we'll see some clouds around on saturday but it looks like we have a sunny sunday in
you're clear that being financially stable was always a big deal for you given your upbringing. >> that was clearly the one big problem for my parents. >> reporter: six children. >> yeah, my father was a teacher. >> reporter: he started out as a political science major in d.c. but decided to transfer to new york university to study acting. >> my mother screamed at me for like a half hour when i said i was not going to go to law school, and when i explained to my parents that going to nyu would cost them less money because of the loans i got from nyu, my father said, let's hear him out. >> reporter: he started getting work even before he finished college. you liked acting once you started doing it. >> six months went by, and i thought, this is really not easy to do. this is challenging. it isn't frivolous. and month after month after
month i became more enamored of it. >> reporter: but he also confesses he became enamored of cocaine and alcohol. and while a cast member on the hit tv series "knotts landing", he hit an all-time low. you write about a really harrowing day and night in which you essentially overdosed and almost died. >> right. right. 1984. >> reporter: i didn't know that about you. >> i didn't really talk about it that much. that's a profound part of my life. i was taking drugs so early on. i was 26 when i got sober. >> reporter: but there's still been plenty of drama. baldwin's book delves into his stormy first marriage to actress kim basinger and an infamous voice mail he left for his daughter ireland. >> you don't have the brains or
the decency as a human being, i don't give a damn that you're 12 years old or 11 years old. >> reporter: the two made up long ago. then there's the 2013 incident when baldwin was accused falsely, he says, of using a homophobic slur when a paparazzi got too close to his wife and their baby. baldwin says writing about it all was a learning experience. what was the biggest thing you learned? >> i'm glad you asked that. the past is the past. i truly bury my past with this book. i never want to talk about the past anymore. >> reporter: but what a past it's been. baldwin has appeared in scores of plays, tv shows and films. >> put that coffee down! it's time. >> reporter: in the memoir, he
showers praise on co-stars like anthony hopkins. michelle pfeiffer. >> everything we eat, everything we own fell off a truck. >> sh, take it easy, baby. >> reporter: and meryl streep. >> i have a wife. i'm having sex with my old wife. not old. my ex. i didn't mean old. >> reporter: but he goes after some pretty big targets, too. he questions harrison ford's acting skills and oliver stone's directing. are you afraid of making enemies? >> no. the better way to frame what you're talking about, if i may, is that i try to, you know, kiss and slap in equal measure. >> reporter: and a lot of those kisses go to the team on 30 rock. the nbc sitcom that won baldwin
two emmies and three golden globes. >> cookie in the middle of the day? >> i gave blood. >> does that burn calories? >> reporter: baldwin credits his success to producer lorne michaels, co-star tina fey and the show's writers. >> why are you wearing a tux? >> it's after 6:00, what am i, a farmer? >> i might have been funny to some degree, but they were really funny. and they taught me. i learned so much from them. i write in the book that when the show ended, this was my high school graduation. >> reporter: but these days, alec baldwin says his career takes second place to his family. he has three young children with his 33-year-old wife, a yoga and fitness expert. >> she's a lot younger than i am. she could have married a lot of different people, and i'm very grateful and lucky, and we have three kids, and that is the only thing i care about now. >> we believe in hillary
clinton. >> reporter: baldwin does have another interest -- politics. an outspoken liberal, he's toyed with the idea of running for office. would you ever consider -- >> no. >> reporter: running for president? >> no, no, no, no, no. >> reporter: a baldwin race would be a lot of fun. >> i think would be a lot of fun, now that you say that, maybe i'll reconsider that. but i have little kids, and i would never see them. >> your commander in chief wants to say a word. >> reporter: and while he says he doesn't know how long he'll continue to play president trump. >> i love you, mike. you're the reason i'm never going to get impeached. >> reporter: right now, alec baldwin is having the time of his life. >> another great retweet. and all you have to do is just go, and make a face, and people go hysterical. i go, ladies and gentlemen, and people just cackle laughing. so it's become a big deal.
the major league baseball season is under way. opening day was sunday for some teams, monday for the rest. and that begins a long journey to the world series in october. there's one baseball fan on his own journey. seven years ago he came across a ball, and he's made it his life's work to get a picture of this ball with every member of the hall of fame, living and dead. >> reporter: the ball ralph carhart has taken to 33 states isn't much to look at. his wife pulled it out of a creek near the baseball hall of fame, and he got it in his head to take a photo of the ball with
every hall-of-famer. >> i had no concept seven years ago what this was going to mean, how long it was going to take, how much travel i was going to have to do. >> reporter: 37,000 miles so far by road and air has yielded these 300 pictures. yogi barra, reggie jackson, ozzie smith. most hall-of-famers are deceased. so carhart drove to idaho to find one grave site. ted williams at the cryogenics lab where williams' head is preserved. >> not every interaction with the living guys is great. some of them just don't understand why i would do such a thing. >> reporter: the tommy lasorta photo. >> that photo tells it all. but the ones who do get it. >> wade boggs is another one who got it. lou brock kept me there for about ten minutes. he wanted to make sure his hair
looked good. i had to keep taking photos until he really liked his hair. >> reporter: carhart doesn't ask for autographs, which confuses some players and sets his project apart. >> there are probably a number of people out there, i know some who have tried to get autographs of all the hall-of-famers, but this is something a little different. this sounds like something nobody's ever done before. >> reporter: last week he visited patterson, new jersey, to honor monty irvin, the negro league star who doesn't have a grave site but played at the field. >> thanks, monty. >> reporter: that leaves 16 more pictures to take. then carhart wants the hall of fame to take the ball back. >> i hope they accept the ball when i'm done with the project and i can take my kids there and go look, dad made that. >> reporter: patterson, new jersey. that's the overnight news for this tuesday. for some of you, the news continues. for others, check back a little later for the morning news and cbs this morning. from the broadcast center in new york city, i'm don dahler.
captioning funded by cbs it's tuesday, april 4th, 2017. this is the "cbs morning news". it will fall to north carolina. >> the tar heels win the 2017 ncaa men's basketball championship in a hard fought battle against gonzaga. the vice president takes on health care. the white house's new push to replace the foshl caaffordable . new information about the suspect in the russian subway attack.