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>> remember, you can get the latest news and weather any time at nbc10.com. thanks for watching. have a great day. good morning. trapped in a bubble. a new jersey nurse threatens to sue officials after she's quarantined in a tent, despite a negative ebola test. she's calling it inhumane treatment. governor cuomo softens his approach to dealing with the ebola crisis in that state. breaking overnight, another young victim of that tragic school shooting in washington state has died while the community holds an emotional vigil and searches for answers. ready to flee. new evacuation warnings this morning for residents on the big island of hawaii, in the direct path of a dangerous lava flow. the slow-moving disaster impacting dozens of homes. and the good son. an eye-opening new look at the
life of jfk jr., his relationship with his mother and how she really felt about the women in his life "today," monday, october 27th, 2014. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. and good morning. welcome to "today" on a monday morning. i'm matt lauer, along with hoda kotb, al roker and natalie morales. savannah returns from maternity leave -- >> one week from today! yes, indeed. >> little vale. >> less time with mom, that's right. meanwhile, "the good son" about jfk jr. and his relationship with jackie. it's hard to believe it's been 15 years. >> what? >> since he died. he would have been 54 years old next month. >> wow! any new yorker remembers, if you look back in that 15 years, i
remember seeing him play frisbee in the park. it was always those iconic moments you remember. >> we'll talk about that book in a while. the top story on a monday morning. trying to stop the spread of ebola, a nurse back from west africa, being held in a tent is now slamming the rule that is landed her in isolation. nbc national correspondent kate snow is at bellevue hospital with more on that, and the latest on a doctor who is fighting the virus. kate, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning to you, matt. there's been a real outcry from the medical community, even from the white house over the weekend. late last night, you saw the governor of the state of new york andrew cuomo coming out to clarify that he said doctors and nurses coming back from west africa could be put in a 21-day quarantine at their homes. still, many are saying do we need this policy at all? new york governor andrew cuomo last night seemed to try to strike a middle ground, saying health care workers should be
comfortable, but still insisting on a 21-day quarantine. >> my personal practice is to err on the side of caution. >> reporter: a course of criticism after new york joined new jersey and illinois in forcing a mandatory quarantine. ebola survivor nancy writebol said it would discourage others from volunteering in west africa. >> we won't have medical people willing to go and help. many doctors and nurses cannot afford to be away from their practices for that period of time. >> reporter: and the white house got involved, senior administration official saying sunday they had let the governors know they have concerned about the unintended consequences of the policies. nurse casey hickox has become sort of a poster child as to how the policy has played out in real life, waking up in a climate controlled tent next to a new jersey hospital after arriving at knew arc airport friday from sierra leone, where she treated ebola patients. she claims authorities at newark
were unprepared, keeping her alone for hours. she says she was flustered and registered an elevated fever but was never truly ill. >> i have been asymptomatic since i've been here. i feel physically completely strong. >> reporter: in an exclusive interview with cnn, hickox criticized her quarantine. >> it doesn't make sense. it's not evidence-based. the second thing is, it's really inhumane. >> reporter: she has hired a lawyer and plans to file a federal lawsuit, challenging the quarantine as part of her civil liberties. the mayor of new york city says she should have been treated better. >> we owe her better than that and the people who do all this work better than that. >> reporter: but governor chris christie defended his decisions as a matter of public safety. >> i understand miss hickox is uncomfortable and she doesn't want to be quarantined but my
greater responsibility is the 8.9 million people of the state of new jersey. we want to take every precaution. >> reporter: governor christie said on sunday he had not heard from anybody in the white house. meantime, governor cuomo saying he was not pressured by the white house to reverse the quarantine policy in new york state. meantime, dr. spencer, in this hospital behind me, is in stable condition. he received a blood transfusion over the weekend from nancy writebol, the survivor you saw in the piece. she says she hopes her antibo antibodies against ebola will help him in this fight. matt? >> should there be a mandatory quarantine in the united states for health care workers who had direct contact with ebola patients? go to our facebook page and we'll get to your responses in a little while. samantha power is in west africa this morning on a visit to hardest-hit nations. her first stop, new guinea,
where the need is greatest, she says. chris jansing has a report for us. >> reporter: they've got to try to do what they call bend the curve, bring those numbers down. she's going to have to convince a lot of members of the international community beyond places like the uk and germany, to help out. it was a dizzying first day in guinea for u.n. ambassador power. from press conferences to a visit with the influential grand imam and gui nechnea's presiden. her five-day, five-country fact finding trip to bring other countries on board to fight ebola, and not just with money. >> we will not deal with the
epidemic unless we deal with it at its source, and dealing with it at its source will require international health workers to come, to offer leadership, to help mobilize society here. >> reporter: her biggest obstacle? fear of ebola. even people like this doctor, who has been on the front lines, treating patients from the beginning of the outbreak. weren't you afraid? >> of course i was afraid. >> reporter: he is afraid that the doctors will stop coming because the cases keep growing. >> if everybody is afraid, if everybody is running away, who will help? >> reporter: guinea has lost 9 million lives. a small inconvenience as she tackles an enormous problem. today, ambassador powers heads to sierra leone, who has even more cases than new guinea. liberia, guana and ending her
week in brussels. her message to the international community? it's time for you to step up. ho hoda? >> chris jansing, thank you so much. another student wounded in last week's tragic shooting at a high school north of seattle has died. nbc's joe friar has the latest on this. joe, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, matt. 14-year-old gia soriano passed away last night. doctors say her head injuries were too extensive. the motive behind the shooting this morning remains a mystery. gia soriano is now the second victim who died in this shooting. >> we're devastated by this senseless tragedy. gich gia is our beautiful daughter.
>> reporter: two more students are in critical condition, andrew fryberg. hatch continues to improve. he was shot in the jaw and can't talk but wrote a message to his grandfather. >> it kind of broke his heart to hear. why would my brother do that to me? even though they're cousins. >> reporter: for students, classes have now been replaced by candlelight vigils. this one honors the first victim, zoe galasgow, who died friday. ♪ amazing grace >> close family friend passed along a message from zoe's who are. >> she just loved her baby so, so much. just let them know how much i loved my baby. >> reporter: jaylen fryberg shot five students before taking his own life. a popular, respected student,
recently elected homecoming prince. friends say he did not fit the profile as a school shooter. >> if somebody had ever told me, i would have said you're crazy. >> reporter: classes at the school have been canceled for the entire week. providence hospital plans to hold a moment of silence at 10:39, the time the shooting took place on friday morning. matt and hoda? >> joe friar, thank you very much. there are new concerns this morning as lava from an erupting volcano on the big island of hawaii inches closer to an historic village there. hallie jackson joins us more with that story. hey, hallie. >> reporter: good morning, hoda. this roadblock is about as close as you can get to ta lava flow, which you can smell from here. people are packing up and leaving their homes as early as today. it covers the length of a football field right now, that's the fastest it's been moving in days, unrelenting and
unstoppable. overnight, red hot lava inches even closer to the taylors' neighborhood. for weeks, they've been bracing for the inevitable. >> it's kind of like a horror show happening in slow motion. >> reporter: oozing over streets and this week into a cemetery, it's melting asphalt and earth, moving straight to the resort town of pahoa. >> it's real. it's now or never. you pack and you've got to get out. >> reporter: hawaiian officials are going door to door to the 40 or 50 homes under an evacuation warning. this woman may have to leave as soon as tomorrow. >> it's going to be sad watching our house go down. at the same time, you know, i would like to be here if it's happened. >> reporter: the lava flow, triggered by a volcanic eruption at the end of june. it's been active for decades, it's dramatic explosion often
caught on camera but typically the lava has gone south, toward the ocean. now it's moving north, aimed at homes, restaurants and shops. >> we're praying really hard it will spare our area here. my whole family is in this subdivision that we live in. so we're all waiting and waiting. >> reporter: waiting and watching, knowing time is running out. crews have been working to build out some alternate roads here. there's a real concern among folks in this area that they'll be isolated if and when this lava crosses highway 130. that's the main route in or out of here. hoda? >> thank you. hallie jackson in hawaii. thanks, hallie. >> natalie is here with disturbing new information on that deadly attack in canada. >> recording a video of himself prior to last week's attack.
the video is persuasive evidence that michael zehaf-bibeau's attack was driven by -- canada's foreign policy for motivation of his actions. the video has not been released by authorities. the gunman was shot dead by a sergeant in arms inside the parliament building. south korean prosecutors are demanding the death penalty for the captain of a ferry that sank in april, killing more than 300 people. prosecutors say he failed to carry out his duties, which they say amounts to homicide. they've also requested life sentence force three other crew members on charges they failed to protect passengers when the ferry was sinking. the four were among the first group rescued when the ferry began badly listing. the actress who played mr. kotter's wife on the sitcom "welcome back kotter" has died.
she also played the wife in "honey i shrunk the kids." she fought breast cancer and was 66 years old. a 3-2 lead in the world series. before the game even started, there was a touching tribute there to the late legendary comedian and robin williams. zelda, zach and cody were invited out to the mound to throw out the sceremonial first pitch. on the end of that perfect strike, billy crystal who, of course, was a close friend. williams was a frequent visitor to at&t park. very touching tribute. >> beautiful. >> sweet. >> see if they can win the series tomorrow night. coming down to the end here. mr. roker here with a check of the weather. >> that's right. remember a couple of weeks ago, we were talking about tropical storm ana going to affect hawaii? it's still out there. >> oh, my gosh. >> still causing trouble. that's right. remnants of ana are out in the
pacific and making its way into the pacific northwest. a big storm will move in later tonight and it's all due to the remnants of ana, bringing a lot of rain. they don't need more rain in seattle. for example, for the year so far, for the month of october, they're almost two inches above normal. for the year, almost 39 inches above normal, 38 inches so far for the year. almost 12 inches above normal, a foot of rain above normal. look at how much rain they're going to get over the next 24 hours. anywhere from two to three inches. some local areas may see up to five inches of rain. along the eastern seaboard, gorgeous weather, plenty of sunshine. the heat is on from the gulf coast. meantime, we'll get to your local ♪ ♪
♪ we've got sunshine today and a nice afternoon into the 60s today. tomorrow we will see sunshine, 75 degrees the high temperature. but that's where the warming trend stops. 69 degrees as clouds move in with showers for wednesday. thursday it will be nice and sunny but cooler with a high of 60. and turns chillier for halloween, especially friday evening. by saturday morning, we'll see temperatures in the 30s. have a great day. >> and that's your latest weather. >> al thank you very much. let's talk about politics, shall we? the mid term elections are just around the corner. talk is growing about the next
election, the presidential race of 2016. there are new signs that former florida governor jeb bush is seriously considering a run. nbc's white house correspondent kristen welker has more on that. kristin, good morning. >> reporter: hey, matt, good morning. speculation has long been mounting about a possible jeb bush election bid. his son seemed to suggest over the weekend that his dad is leaning toward yes. the former governor of florida and part of a political dynasty. now jeb bush may soon take on the title of presidential candidate. >> i think he is still assessing it. >> reporter: in an interview over the weekend, jeb's son, george p. bush, running for texas land commissioner, was asked if there was a better than 50% chance his dad will run in 2016. >> i think it's more than likely that he's giving this a serious thought. >> more than likely that he'll run? >> that he'll run. >> reporter: republican officials agree. >> a lot of people, our donor
community, people we talk to who say he's leaning toward yes. >> reporter: in the top tier when matched amongst other political candidates, analysts say he could struggle in a primary. he ruffled feathers in his party base with these comments about immigration. >> it's an act of love. >> reporter: the shadow of his brother's presidency. >> the party is somewhat friendlier to a jeb bush candidacy now and, in addition, it's been a couple more years since his brother was in the white house. >> reporter: while jeb bush's brother and father, both former presidents, have encouraged a run, the prospect of another former/clinton fwace-off was something his own mother wasn't keen on. >> it's not just four families or whatever. other people are qualified and we've had enough bushes. >> reporter: if his dad runs, the family will be all in. >> the family will be behind him
100% if he decides to do it. >> reporter: george h.w. bush reaffirmed that idea saying if it was up to the 41st president, jeb would, indeed, be be a candidate for president. only saying recently it's a big decision and it's expected he will make that decision in the next several months. matt? guys, back to you. >> kristin, thank you very much. >> it will be interesting. tamron is in the orange room. carson is still working on "the voice." what are people saying about the quarantine of ebola? >> they're saying a lot. kate snow reported on the latest developments regarding the ebola crisis and the conversation over mandatory quarantines here in the united states for health care workers who are coming back into the country. we did ask the question. as i mentioned, 94% of you say there should be a mandatory quarantine in the united states. 6% said no. and you let us know your thoughts on facebook. i feel so strongly about this
mandatory quarantine for people returning from west africa. as a health care provider, i support it 110%. and lynda says, absolutely, these individuals should care as much about the health and safety of their fellow americans as those that they treat abroad. donna has a different opinion. there are hundreds of health care workers treating infectious disease here in this country. this is a terrible disease, but why punish those persons willing to help? keep your thoughts coming to us. the conversation continues, using the #orange room. and check out what your fellow facebook fans have to say about all of this. guys? >> the viewers have spoken. >> are you surprised by that? >> i kind of was. were you? >> i thought it would be a little closer. >> me, on that. coming up, west point's football team, alcohol, money and women used to recruit players? the academy responds.
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southbound directions. you are really crawling. so, add some extra time if this is part of your morning commute. also, in delaware county, for drivers in marple township, we're dealing with an accident, warren boulevard between lawrence road and hastings boulevard. an overturned vehicle. police are saying to avoid that area you can take parkway avenue around that. >> thank you, katy. federal health experts say new jersey and new york's 21-day mandatory quarantine for health workers who have been working with ebola patients in west africa is unnecessary, and the president is asking them to ease up. this comes as a nurse was forced into quarantine at a new york hospital under that new policy in what she calls inhumane conditions. kaci hickox says she has no symptoms of ebola and the preliminary test has come back negative. hickox has hired a lawyer to help get her released. i'm vai sikahema. we'll have another update in 25 minutes. you
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we're back now, 7:30 on a monday morning. it's the 27th, already, of october, 2014. coming up, a fascinating new look at the relationship between john f. kennedy jr. and his mother, jackie. was she grooming her son for his own trip to the white house from a very early age? we'll talk to the author of a new controversial book. >> very interesting. a nurse held in quarantine at a tent in new jersey hospital even though she tested negative for ebola is threatening to sue if she is not released. she was taken there under strict new rules in new jersey and new york for health care workers returning from west africa. late last night, new york's governor softened rules in his
state. 14-year-old gia soriano, one of those students injured at a washington state high school has died, zoe was killed on friday. three others injured. a gunman at that school took his own life. gas prices have dipped down to $3.04, a six-cent drop in a week, 30 cents in a month and lowest national average in nearly four years. wow! >> and just ahead, you remember ted williams, columbus homeless man with the golden voice? four years ago after he rocketed to fame, we'll find out how he's doing now. he has had bumps and stumbles along the way but we'll check in on him. >> let's begin this half hour, though, with a disturbing new report. this alleges that west point, the football team there, used alcohol and women to recruit high school athletes. nbc's kristin dahlgren is at the academy this morning. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, matt. this is all coming out publicly
after an allegation by "the gazette." according to the report, west point investigated the issue but the report never included players or coaches being suspended. the pentagon is weighing in this morning. according to the report, army black knights football team treated recruits to an alcohol-fueled party, a dinner date with female kadets, cash from boosters and s and v. pin treatment. arguing that individual kcadet hosts are to blame for violating ncaa rules and not the team at large. 20 cadets were disciplined after an internal investigation, quote, found several vieilations of the cadet disciplinary code and ncaa rules. specifically those violations
were underage drinking, inappropriate use of a police escort, using recruit host funds and failure to maintain proper cadet accountability. the cadets involved did not face expulsion or court-martial. two officers and coaches were also reprimanded. firing back at the gazette report adding no booster monies were involved. at no time did west point arrange a dinner date with female cadets and there was no cover up. >> it's really quite shocking. you don't expect it to happen because you know how disciplined everybody is. and the way to deal with it is the way the superintendent has dealt with it. very, very quickly and decisively. >> reporter: the gazette writes that west point self reported this, they are in august air force academy launched an internal investigation into its
athletic department after the gazette reported allegations of drug abuse, drinking, sexual assault and academic cheating by a group of football player. >> we have very high expectations for military institutions and so we're surprised when this happens at a service academy. but i think we need to hold civilian colleges and universities to exactly the same standard. >> reporter: all right. now, as for that pentagon statement, it reads, in part, the defense department holds our men and women to high standards and we expect leaders to hold offenders accountable. guys? >> all right. kristen dahlgren, thanks so much. let's get a check of the weather now from this gentleman here. >> that's right. it seems like it's the end of october, right? guess what, it's going to be feeling a lot more like summertime for a good portion of the southeast and on into the midwest. big dome of high pressure dominating. jet stream is up to the north. look at these highs today. chicago, you're going to be 75. that's 15 degrees above average, 15 degrees above average in kansas city.
atlanta will get up to the mid 80s and then as we get to the east coast, roanoke, 82. norfolk, 81. d.c., 15 degrees above normal as well. it's going to be toasty on the east by the time we get into tomorrow. big changes coming with this front. lot of wet weather stretching from the great lakes back into oklahoma and more rain moves into the pacific northwest, again, the remnants of good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. a cold start this morning but we have got sunshine today and a nice afternoon, into the 60s today. tomorrow we will see sunshine, 75 degrees the high temperature. but that's where the warming trend stops. 69 degrees as clouds move in with showers for wednesday. thursday it will be nice and sunny, but cooler with a high of 60. it turns chillier for halloween, especially friday evening. by saturday morning, we'll see temperatures in the 30s. have a great day.
>> that's your latest weather. >> al, thanks. have you avoid a colon cancer screening because they're invasive and uncomfortable? you could get a new breakthrough test that you could take right in your own home. dr. natalie azar, with langone medical center, is here. good morning. >> good morning. >> you have to drink that liquid beforehand. the test is invasive. sometimes you go under. is this a viable alternative to a colonoscopy? >> let's do fact first. second leading cause of cancer deaths in the country, fourth leading cause of cancer deaths worldwide. the screening test that we currently have available is something called a fecal occult blood test, you test your stool for blood or colonoscopy, recommended for 50 and every year thereafter. you can actually send in a stool sample. you send it to a company. they're going to test your stool for genetic mutation. it's not a genetic risk, meaning
your risk is so-and-so for colon cancer. it's checking for mutations and finding that you can pick up to 92% of cancers this way as well as 42% of precancerous lesions. >> would you, if you were to grade it -- if someone were to say i'm looking about doing this, would you think that's a good idea? >> i can't give it a grade until we find out how it performs as a screening test. the value of the screening test is whether or not it reduces deaths from colon cancer. this is too preliminary. it's not even widely available yet. it's only available right now at the mayo clinic via prescription. >> okay. and it is fda approved we should point out. >> it is. i want to highlight this is only recommended for men and women over the age of 50 who have an average risk of colon cancer. this is not for people who have a family history of colon cancer or who may have themselves critical conditions that increase their risk for colon cancer. a colonoscopy is still the recommended screening tool in those situations. >> for those who don't get
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back at 7:42. it's been nearly four years since we brought you the story of ted williams, the man with the golden voice. he was homeless and panhandling when he found fame during a chance encounter at a very busy road intersection. his road from there has not been easy. here is kevin tibbles. >> what's up, my brother? >> reporter: when ted williams goes back to his old haunts, admirers still stop for high fives and selfies almost four years later. it's been a rough and rocky road since williams got his big break. >> when you're listening to nothing but the best of oldies, you're listening to magic 98.9. >> reporter: from the side of the highway in columbus, ohio, to inside the "today" studios as a guest announcer. >> live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> reporter: at the time, matt asked williams if he he could cope with the sudden fame. >> are you emotionally ready to
accept this second chance, to do the right things with this second chance? >> this time around, matt, i have a god. >> reporter: a $300,000 book deal and offers for voice-over work poured in. >> and you know you love it. >> one day, i'm homeless, with not two pennies to rub together and then the next day, i'm in hollywood. >> reporter: and it was too much, too quick. there was depression, williams says, along with bad business deals and failed attempts at rehab. clean and sober for 22 months, he says, and finding fulfillment through working with the homeless. he has lost his car and condo and knows his past may never be behind him. >> i would lay my bed and my pillow and everything right in here. >> reporter: williams has a new manager and says this time around will be different. >> still that second chance but this time a better shot at it.
>> reporter: he's back in the studio, relying on a few voice-over contracts for income. >> now that crowd is slowly moving away. >> reporter: slowly moving from a troubled past to a still uncertain future. for "today," kevin tibbles, nbc news. >> we keep our fingers crossed. >> yeah. >> when he was here last time, a lot of us took notice of the fact that maybe he was surrounded by people who didn't seem to be there for the right reasons. >> right. >> there's a lot of them. >> there were a lot of them. ted, we hope it works out. >> definitely. coming up on trending, the four words that could protect you from layoffs. and we bet you can't guess a single one of them. >> you're right. tamron gets you ready for the annual halloween str extravaganza with a look back at the annual halloween str extravaganza with a look back at this is kathleen. setting up the perfect wedding day starts with her minor arthritis pain, and two pills. afternoon arrives and feeling good, but her knee pain returns. that's two more pills.
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it is that time of the program where we throw it over to the orange room to see what tamron has cooking. hey, tamron. >> we're looking back at the boo-nanza that is halloween or hallow-scary. i'm quizzing you guys. what was the first year -- don't look at the screen or the teleprompter. what was the first year? >> 1996. >> '96. >> '94. >> '94? >> yeah. so katie couric and bryant gumbel started the show like this and then revealed their
costumes. take a look. >> i think you lost an earring. >> you look pretty cute. >> thank you. i look ridiculous. >> really seen a close-up of the finished product. can i see what i look like real quick? where is it? there it is. ahh! >> katie was the bride of frankenstein, bryant was an old man, which is interesting. the budget got better over the years. so did the selections. 1996, matt and al, the honeymooners. 2006, natalie was madonna. >> oh, yeah. >> 2007, hoda was -- >> you fill it in. >> marilyn. >> the munsters. 2010, i was barack obama and savannah's favorite costume, prince charles, which i think she is still scarred as having to go as prince charles.
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good morning. i'm vai sikahema. let's get our first alert forecast on this cool monday from meteorologist bill henley. bill? >> yeah, some spots cold, but we've got sunshine now, the temperatures will be climbing, and we'll warm into the 60s this afternoon. it will be much less windy than yesterday. look at the sunny view of boathouse row this morning. that sunshine is going to have a nice effect, but it really hasn't started yet. 37 degrees right now in millville and pottstown. it's 44 in northeast philadelphia and 40 in wilmington. sunny skies and 61 at noon, then up to 65 later on. >> i'm looking at brake lights and traffic signals there. katy zachry, that's in the a good sign. >> not a good sign, not a good situation for drivers on 95 northbound approaching the cottman avenue exit. and it looks to me in the last few seconds, since i went from the traffic computer to here, that traffic has stopped. there's an accident right at the off-ramp from cottman avenue
from 95 northbound. there are emergency crews out here, there's a fire truck up along the way. and clearly, traffic is stopped right now to allow for those crews to clear the accident from the scene. so, we'll stay on top of this. i'll have another update for you in about 20 minutes. moving on and taking a wider look at our area, average speeds on 95, 76, 476 really slow going. a lot of volume on there, vai. >> thank you, katy. we're expecting to hear from septa union workers today about their unanimous vote to authorize a strike, but the vote does not mean the nearly 5,000 workers will definitely walk off the job. the group has been without a contract since spring. key sticking points are pensions and health care. septa says it has not given an indication if or when the strike could happen. pennsylvania state senator leanna washington is expected to plead guilty in a corruption case this week. washington is accused of using staffers' and taxpayer money for her political fund-raisers. she represents philadelphia and a portion of montgomery county. back to the "today" show.
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it's 8:00 on "today." coming up "the good son," a new book goes into the life of jfk jr. including his complicated relationship with his mother, jackie. transforming herself into almost any celebrity with just the touch of a brush. >> all righty then. >> aaaall righty then. >> live from new york, jim carrey, the veteran comedian knocks it out of the park on snl and takes us down a trip on memory lane "today," monday, october 27th, 2014.
>> celebrating my 18th birthday in nyc. >> cousins celebrating sweet 16th. >> omaha loves today. >> all the way from washington state to see al. >> good morning, australia. >> aloha from hawaii. >> all right, everybody. welcome back to "today." i'm hoda kotb, along with tamron hall. savannah is going to return one week from this very moment and, check this out. are you ready? big moment on the plaza. matt and al are making a dramatic entrance into the plaza, riding something called honda unica. >> how cool is this? >> okay, boys. these things play a big role in
one of our trending topics. first, tell us, how was this? >> it's been design ed by the folks at honda. think you're in a shopping mall. think you're in an airport, museum. jump on this thing. it's a little bit like one of those machine that is requires your balance. >> segway. >> this thing goes about 50 miles an hour. >> head out somewhere toward new jersey. >> was it hard to get your alignment on it? >> it was fairly easy. we only had a couple minutes before we went on. >> sit. sit. let's get a check of the top stories. natalie is still inside. take it away. >> good morning to you guys once again. good morning, everyone. the national debate over quarantines for medical workers returning from west africa is escalating. nbc national correspondent kate snow is at new york's bellevue hospital where an american doctor with ebola is being treated. kate, good morning. >> good morning to you, natalie. dr. craig spencer is in stable condition here this morning
after receiving a transfusion of blood from ebola survivor nancy writebol, hoping that that will help him with the antibodies against ebola. now there is growing debate over what to do when doctors and nurses like spencer return from west africa after treating patients with ebola. new york, new jersey and illinois have enacted mandatory quarantines. in new jersey kaci hickox remains in a tent outside of the hospital after she returned from west africa. she's hired an attorney, saying she is being treated the wrong way and they shouldn't have put her in this situation. she says the quarantine violates her civil liberties and will file a federal lawsuit. new jersey governor chris christie is standing by the zigs made in her case and the quarantine policy, saying he believes it's in the best interest of the health of his constituents in new jersey, that he needs to protect them and that's why this warren teen
poli quarantine policy will remain in place. >> kate snow outside bellevue hospital. thanks, kate. united nations ambassador is in africa, samantha power arrived in guinea sunday and travels to sierra leone today. she'll also stop in liberia, trying to draw attention for the need for a stronger international response to the crisis. high school shooting in washington state has claimed the life of a second teenage girl. officials in marysville washington said gia soriano died. the three survivors, including two of the shooter's cousins remain hospitalized. police have not revealed a motive. one of baseball's most promising young players was killed sunday in a car crash in his native dominican republic. st. louis outfielder apparently lost control of his car and went off the road.
he was 22 years old and had just completed his rookie season. his 18-year-old girlfriend also died in the crash. the cardinals said the team is stunned and deeply saddened. four members of the florida marching band are scheduled to go on trial today, charged with manslaughter in the death of a drum major, champion, three years ago. he was beaten with mallets, drum sticks during a hazing ritual. 15 band members were originally charged. the other 11 have had their cases settled. the four remaining defendants have all pled not guilty. with no shave november approaching, maybe you'll all be inspired by the world beard and mush ta mustache championships this weekend. who had the most impressive chops or mutton chops. the goal is to achieve a look that enhances the wearer's style and showed off their
personality. all right. 8:05 right now. let's get another check of the weather with al who is getting ready for no shave november. >> no shave november, baby. that is inspiring. love that. that is pretty cool. let's show you what you've got as far as your weather today. in seattle, more rain coming, unfortunately. it is just going to keep coming. this, from remnants of ana making its way into the pacific northwest. the rest of the country, afternoon temperatures, it is going to be toasty down through the south and the gulf coast. 80s there as far north, parts of southern ohio and central missouri. chilly in the western plains, 30s and 40s there. wet weather is make its way from the great lakes down into central oklahoma. breezy side northern new england. plenty of sunshine through the gulf coast. windy conditions, southern california, about 77 in los angeles today. that's wha
good morning i'm bill henley, a cold start this morning but we have sunshine today, a nice afternoon into the 60s today. tomorrow we will see sunshine, 75 degrees the high temperature, that's where the warming trend stops. 69 as clouds move in with showers. thursday it will be nice and sunny and it turns chillier for halloween. have a great day. that's your latest weather. tamron tried that. >> how did that go? >> let's put it this way, folks have seen a side of tamron they've never seen before. >> can we check out this baby over here? >> 9 months old. >> one more. one more. what's her name? >> evangeline. evangeline. >> 4 months old. >> guess who tweeted a picture of her baby. >> who? >> you have one guess. >> savannah.
>> it's baby day! >> oh, my gosh. and it's also wedding day, if you can believe. this is a wedding party. they had the wedding last night. the father of the bride and all of the bridesmaids are here. they're from idaho. the wedding was here in new york. >> where are the bride and groom? on their honeymoon. i said where did they go? well, they're just in a motel. okay. that's enough information. up next on trending, a country star has a little trouble with the national anthem before the world series. feel bad for this guy, because he feels bad about it. >> absolutely. a revealing new look at john kennedy jr. and his relationship with his mom. why she may have pushed him to take risks away from his kennedy cousins. how one woman uses makeup to transform herself into celebrity icons. check out jimmy!
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♪ o say, can you see by the dawn's early light ♪ ♪ what so proudly we hailed were so gallantl streaming ♪ >> all right. it happens, right? confused some of the players. at the game he sang "were so gallantly streaming" instead of the words "at the twilight's last gleaming." >> it comes later on. >> he is apologizing saying nerves got the best of him. >> everybody should have to go into a room by themselves and sing that and see if they can get through it. >> and if you can hit those high notes, you deserve it. >> teleprompters right there so maybe they should provide that. you will get nervous. >> yeah. you may not care who won game five of the world series last night, but could this help you keep your job?
e-mails, instant messages and calendars of workers who survived several rounds of layoffs and they found that a few four key words kept popping up. and they are not words you would expect. here they are. baseball, football, coffee and lunch, which reinforces that men run everything! >> coffee and lunch? >> that, too. >> researchers say this could mean socializing with your co-workers is as important as your productivity. >> interesting. an honest mistake. recently at a party when apparently a tipsy elderly man approached her, began showering her with compliments. sweet, right? but the man said congratulations on your nobel prize. he then praised her bravery after getting shot by the taliban. so, yes, the man apparently thought she was malala
yousafzai. did he really think that i'm malala? and if i were, i would be at the boom boom room? >> then saying i wish i was so much younger. >> willie congratulated her on twitter. treadmills in their music video. then they master the art of the optical illusion in the writings on the wall. videos are always going viral. this morning, the first look at the latest one "i won't let you down." here they take the action, as you see, to new heights. >> wow!
>> beautiful. ♪ >> so cool. >> beautiful. ♪ >> oh, wow! i love it. >> the song is great, too. >> it is. >> the devices from honda helped to pay for the video. two members of okay go. guys, good morning. >> nice to see you. >> by the way, thank you for making our entrance look so pathetic. nice to see you. >> how do you come up with these ideas? >> you know, most are
collaborators. we come up with good ideas and we work with people for a month. we think of the thing, then play with it for a month. >> then make the thing. >> by the end of that month it's always a wildly different thing than we started with. >> that's awesome. how many people did it take to make that one? >> just over 2,000 people. >> coordinated. wow! >> but we did shoot it in parts. at very end -- the video is all one shot. at the end there aren't that many unicup. still in development at honda. we had to shoot as many as we could in little sections. >> you have some dance move there is. how long would it take for matt and al to figure out how to dance on those things? >> i'm guessing -- we're good, they're good. i'm guessing about 200 years. >> and that's being generous. at the base of it, though, it's really good music. >> thank you. >> thank you very much. >> like that song. >> we don't really differentiate
between the process of making songs and making videos. we just like to make stuff, you know. and today's era, people think of music and individuvideo very se. if you make stuff for the internet, which we all do. >> right. >> you're making stuff and we love writing songs and that's where it starts. >> you were watching the video with us and your smiles were huge. you can feel the pride just looking off camera. >> it's fun for us. we love doing it. >> yeah. you know, once upon a time there was music and mono and left and right channels. at this point you have left and right and there's always a video attached to it. if you're going to be making songs you might as well be making videos along with them. >> keep doing it. >> yeah. >> love having you guys here. appreciate it. always good seeing you guys. >> ok go! okay, go. >> he looks like a nice guy. >> facebook fans are saying
third time was the charm for jim carrey as host of snl. top story on our page. one of the most popular catches, jim spoofing the unusual commercial from the lincoln motor company starring matthew mcconaughey. here is jim's take on it. >> sometimes you got to go back to actually move forward and i don't mean go back and reminisce or chase ghosts. i mean, take a big step back, like go from winning an oscar to doing a car commercial, mankind like the pathetic match that it is. >> dad, are you okay? >> i'm super good, bud. whose kids are these? >> dumb & dumber co-star jeff daniels. by the way, mr. carey will be here tomorrow. >> oh, good. awesome. >> you were there. >> i was there. it was great, so great.
doing the carey family reunion was fantastic. >> genius. how is snl going to top that? this week's host, chris rock and a guy by the name of prince. he will be performing what can only be described as a super set during the show. up next, a controversial new look at jackie kennedy's relationship with her son, jfk
we're back now with a look at the relationship between john f. kennedy jr. and his mother, jackie. "the good son," raising a son under the constant scrutiny of the public. he would have turned 54 next month. you look at this relationship. was her relationship with john different than her relationship with caroline? >> very much so. john was his mother's son. i think she felt that she at any time want him inhaled by the rest of the kennedy clan. she didn't want him to grow up with a sense of entitlement that the rest of the kennedys had. we're also looking at the 1960s, but he was his father's namesake and if there was a political future, it was embodied in john, not caroline. >> shielding him from two things, one was those of us in the press and the other was, as you just mentioned, the kennedys
themselves. what was her fear other than entitlement? >> they were getting in trouble all the time. making unfortunate headlines around the world constantly. she didn't want her husband's name tarnished in that way. it wasn't that she squashed him, that she tried to, in any way, keep them from enjoying his life. she wanted him to encourage his adventurous spirit, sent him around the world on amazing adventures. >> she wanted him to push the envelope. >> right. >> however, she had one fear with him. she never wanted him to learn to fly. >> right. >> why? >> look at the track record of the kennedys. john's record, joe, perished in a plane crash, aunt kathleen, stepbrother, alexander onassis, teddy kennedy, eth el kennedy's parents were killed in one plane crash, her brother in another plane crash. she didn't like the track record. >> it wasn't until after she pass add way that he went out and got his pilots license. >> she had this premonition that
she shared with the last important man in her life that he would die in a plane crash and he promised her he would not get his pilot's license during her lifetime. >> she knew from an early age or felt from an early age with john that he would carry on the kennedy legacy. >> right. >> do you get a sense talking to his friends that he felt enormous pressure? i remember, 15 years ago, we were all still trying to figure out what his impact would be, what path he would take. of course, we will never know. did he feel enormous pressure from that? >> i thenk he did. he was this man in motion, constantly roller blading, kayaking, a man in motion and that's because he couldn't stop. he said if i ever sat down, i would crumble. i would fall apart if i ever thought about all the things that were expected of me and all the things that happened to my family. >> at some point in their lives he's a young adult and she, of course, is his mother. their lives were similar. neither of them could do anything without making headlines. >> exactly. >> yet there was a double standard between the two of
them. >> right. >> she would go out and date somebody new and she would get -- >> all sorts of flack for it. >> yet he would go out and be thought of the great bachelor. >> relationships with madonna, sarah jessica parker, long relationship with daryl hannah. >> did she weigh in on those relationships? >> she was careful not to impose herself on his romantic life but would let him know in subtle lives. when daryl hannah came to visit, she would eat dinner in another room on a tray. there's no doubt about how jackie felt about the woman in his life. the political landscape today would be very different, had he survived. we know now that john did intend to run for the new york senate seat in 2000 that hillary clinton ran for. he might have ended her political career before it even got off the ground. >> 15 years past his death and you find more to write books about. is it because you're learning more through your research or more of his friends are willing to talk? >> both. numbers of people i spoke with,
these interviews were published during their lifetimes as well, peter salinger and the names we all associate with the kennedys. arthur schlesinger jr. and so on. these people asked me not to divulge everything that they told me and now that they've passed, i'm allowed to do that. i've gone back to those interviews. >> the book is called "the good son." christopher anderson, always good to have you here. >> thanks, matt. >> we'll be right back. let's go over to tamron. >> yes. coming up, matt, one of the youngest oscar nominees ever, all grown up. come on in. you know the face. haley joel osment making a big return to the big screen. we're going to catch up with him. first, your local news and weather. good to see you!
good morning it's a chilly monday morning. let's get your forecast from bill henley. >> temperatures really dropped overnight. sunshine starting to creep up. there are some dry clouds, fair weather clouds moving through the pocono mountains. 50 degrees now in philadelphia, that's a quick warm up and chester springs. quaker town is back into the 30s. bright sunshine will warm us into the middle to upper 60s later today.
>> katie, what are you seeing on the roads? >> slow going on many of the majors. this is the one pocket where volume is not an issue. this is thaer the conshohhocken curve. there is an accident that we recent he will reported. this is route 13 northbound. another hearing today for a school district in the process of revokes the homeland leadership charter schools partnership charter. the hearing will be held at school district headquarters this morning. seven more hearing wills be
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of october, 2014. it feels fully like fall. >> it does. it does. >> it's a little brisk here on the plaza and apparently going to get warm and then chillier for our halloween show on friday. >> all right. coming up, we all remember the amazing performances from young haley joel osment in the '90s and early 2000. now some time after the spotlight, he's back and in a
big way. we'll catch up with him. >> all right. remember the frenzy over v versasce at h & m? >> yeah. >> three new fashion that is will have you scrambling. once again, the men of "today" will ditch razors for the month to raise awareness for health issues. >> an important cause, remember that. a lot of college students take part in this. we're launching a no shave today college challenge to fraternities and other groups across the country. head to today.com. tell us why you're inspired to grow out your beards and you could be featured right here on the show. >> you guys enjoy this time of year? >> it's okay for a month. i took it too far last year. >> yeah. >> i went into the sochi olympics. i don't know what happened. >> it did. >> not according to twitter gl
twitter isn't always right. >> that's right. you hear that, twitter? i'm calling you out. for "today," wet weather. and then tomorrow -- today just zooms right by. tomorrow, wet weather around the great lakes, making it all the way down into northern louisiana. more rain and wind in the pacific northwest. sunshine through the southwest. warm temperatures. chilly through the central plains. it's going to be a nice day tomorrow here in the east sbchlt then things deteriorate just a good morning i'm bill henley, a cold start this morning but we have sunshine today. a nice start this afternoon into the 60s today. tomorrow we will see sunshine, 75 the high temperature. that's where the warming trend stops. 69 degrees as clouds move in with showers for wednesday. it churns chilier for halloween especially friday evening. by saturday morning we'll see
temperatures in the 30s. have a great day. >> that is your latest weather. matt? a woman whose skills could come in handy on halloween. a gifted artist using her face to transform herself into icons of music, movies and more. katy tur has her story. >> reporter: pros from around the world showing casing the surreal, sublime and downright spooky. but makeup artist maria malone take it is to another level. maria can become mandela, marlon or morgan. >> hi. i'm not morgan freeman. >> reporter: in a world of fantasy, maria deals with reality. an alternate reality, really, where she can become nearly
anyone. ♪ i just called to say how much i care ♪ >> gluing down eyebrows, whitewashing her skin, her face becomes a blank canvas where she can shade, highlight and literally draw on the features of another. the results can be remarkable. always wanted your photo with johnny depp, here you go. you don't have to fend off the screaming fans. then again, maria is a star in her own right across social media. on instagram alone, nearly 70,000 followers devoted to the face changer. while some use prosthetics to assume features, maria does it all here in her kitchen turned studio. >> just doing it with this? >> just this. >> black and white? >> yeah. >> face paint essentially? >> yeah. >> that's amazing. >> changing faces takes four hours, from actors and kings to
crooners. >> i choose icons and i choose people who the world love. >> who has been your favorite person to embody? >> my favorite was probably clint eastwood. >> reporter: despite the hours of work face shifting requires, she is happy to spend the days painting in monochrome celebrity and we wondered who will be next. >> that is amazing. >> incredible. >> incredible. >> it's not even -- she's unrecognizable. >> mandela was amazing. spot on. >> so, can you top that? >> join us this friday out on the plaza, our annual halloween boo-nanza on the plasz. we'll get all dolled up and this year's reveal could be -- >> could be. >> could be. >> that's the key word.
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great song, by the way. doesn't everybody want to get designer looks for less? collaborations for different collections and there are exciting new ones just around the corner and here with your very first look, today's style editor and bobbi.com's bobbie thomas. hi, bob bie. >> what's exciting about these collaborations, it's not just that its accessible and
affordable but you're tasking designer with his a specific aesthetic that sometimes can be too fashion forward for some to really make it mainstream. and they're special, limited time collections. >> let's get started. this is so cool. it's gap kids. >> yeah. >> teaming up with kate spade new york and jack spade. behind us, spinning around, are our models. tell us about these. >> you see first here swraz minute and mckenzie. if anyone has ever been to a kate spade new york store, it's a wonderland. jack spade is the sibling brand where you're going to see kids have the same energetic charm. there's a t-shirt right there that says here comes trouble. the print has googly eyes. and coming up here, a great top that says skirt the rules followed with little edie and her tote that says are we there yet if you can get a shot of that bag. >> can't even stand it. >> this is only going to be in stores for two weeks. >> so you've got to go really
quick. >> it's from $10 to about $130. >> next up, alexander wang, a favorite of michelle obama and rihanna, a great one, he is teaming up with h & m, yeah? >> this is h & m's tentt year of collaboration. alexander wang is known for his effortless cool. all about what you dress like on your days off, not when you dress up. with h & m, he really took to his sporty vibe. you see both for men and women, the collection starts at $10, goes up to $350. this is not just fashion. it's also function. he has reflective zippers, waterproof garments. that outerwear jacket with functionality quick dry elements. and for the ladies, it's very sporty. wang ski cap, that athletic-inspired apparel that you can dress up with heels. and i think you'll even see here on barbara, a great puffer
jacket with that moto-inspired feel. i have to give him kudos. he did the whole collection in neutrals, plaque, gray, white. >> did you say $10? it starts at $10? >> yes. a pair of gloves or something like that. >> we're showing off our fancy studio by having the whole thing rotate behind us. >> way wanted to give you a sneak peek, like you were window shopping. >> american eagles out fitters and american beagle. somehow it's teaming up with your dog for fashion. >> let me explain. >> please do. >> on april fool's american eagle out fitters released a dog collection. there's my pup, chica. they got so much attention, the "today" show here even ran the piece, that they are actually now offering you a matching collection for your pup. american eagle with american beagle. >> i can't stand it. so cute. >> famous instagram dog with jane here. they are wearing toya.
and this is another famous instagram dog, toast. in matching rainbow sweaters and you'll see also we've got, coming up here, the silver puffer in the back, adorable. the whole matching set. >> can i tell you, so many takers on that. bobbie, that was always terrific. >> so fun. and we'll have more information, of course, online. haley
joel osment on his return to the big screen. first this is "today" on nbc.
first a look at his rise to stardom and the year that is followed. most celebrated stars from his first film role as forrest jr. >> hello, mr. gump. >> to his breakout role. >> i see dead people. >> reporter: >> he blew audiences away in the supernatural thriller "the sixth sense" making millions of dollars worldwide and it earned him an academy award nomination, the second youngest nominee ever in that comedy. he spent nearly a decade as a staple in blockbuster movies. >> where is -- >> like a.i. and "pay it forward." >> this whole thing is embarrassing. >> but at 18, he left hollywood and enrolled in nyu, graduating from their prestigious school of the arts in 2010. now after years out of the
public eye, osment is heading back to the big screen in what some are calling his big comeback. haley joel osment, nice to see you. remember your parents used to have those annoying friends who would say i haven't seen you since you were this big. i'm going to be that annoying person. look at the last time you and i sat down together. we both look a little different. >> wow! 14 years. >> start with the day after that interview. >> we can get it all in, in three minutes. >> you did decide to move away from hollywood, at least going after roles for a while. what was the driving force behind that? >> it was always college. my mom is a sixth grade teacher. it was never negotiable. i studied experimental theater at new york university and it was something i wanted to -- you can only go to college at that time in your life once, you know, when you're 18. >> you didn't do it when you were 28, 30rks something like that? >> that's always valuable but in order to sort of figure out what you want to do with your life
and have that social support, you know, of going and doing that -- >> but when you went to college and you were this famous young man, were you treated normally or were people always walking by you in the street saying he sees dead people? >> oddly, in new york it was easier to blend in. my program, which was a small, conservatory program, all the students were very cool about it. everybody working in theater and everything. it was never really an issue. >> were you getting offers during that time, haley, and turning them down? and were you always planning to return to the big screen? >> i was open to do projects while i was there. i did play in broadway in 2008 and a film earlier that year. that led me to doing summer school and two years straight after that to finish it up. i just wanted to finish it out. >> you flew under the radar and a photo was released not long ago, about you preparing for a role. all of a sudden you were in the headlines again. what was it like to be in your shoes during that time? >> as a nazi, too, yeah. luckily with the internet today, people can quickly see why i was
dressed as a nazi, second of three movies with one cast. that was kind of funny. >> you have a movie out called "sex ed" and you play a sex ed teacher. this former child star. now you're the adult actor in a class of all these other kids who want to be actors. what was it like? >> they were fantastic. and we had a really, really short shoot. we only had 20 days to do it. a classroom full of kids, bunch of different ages. i was so impressed with how good they were, a credit to our director and casting director finding these kids from all over the country who are just perfect in the role. >> kind of a reluctant sex ed teacher. >> yes. not so sexually experienced himself. many of them are going through puberty and don't really understand what's happening and have access to that information. he makes a lot of mistakes but has really good intentions. >> you have another movie coming out called "tusk." in this one, you are transformed into a walrus.
>> justin long is. >> i thought it was you. i was going to say, how do you handle that call from the agent? >> yeah. no, i gave justin long some grief. yeah, fantastic. i get to not wear prosthesis and run around with a gun. that's kind of nice. >> so much anticipation "entourage," because the series was so popular. >> i'm so excited for that, too. >> big plans? you want to stick at this? >> absolutely. i love making movies. i have been living in new york almost eight years now and gotten to do theater, too, and everything. feel very fortunate. acting is my first love. >> going back to that original picture i put up of the two of us, just upset you haven't changed and i have. >> both of us have the '90s hair. >> "sex ed" comes out november 7th and you can catch "tusk" in select theaters now. halloween treats you can
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her youtube channel, ann or shine. you have a million followers on youtube. >> i'm used to having the camera on myself. >> just in your house? >> yes, in my house so -- >> all right. let's get started. we'll do some basics. decorations that you have. this is very basic. just cut out a bunch of bats of different sizes. >> yes. cut out a bunch of bats in different sizes to give you that depth perception on the wall. >> you guys remember dots from back in the day. you're wearing them. you'll show us how to put this costume together further down the way. let's get started with these mason jars. >> okay. >> what are these? >> mummy mason jars like a little lantern. if you want to make this together -- >> i would love to. >> it's really simple. you need some gauze and cut these up into strips. with your hot glue gun, just dab a little bit of that on the top or bottom. take one end of your gauze,
stick it in place. be careful not to burn yourself. >> wrap it? >> wrap this around the jar, however way you want. crisscross it. and you want to get to the end, stick it on again. >> you just keep doing that all the way around? >> yes. >> put a couple eyes on here? >> you get toward the end. >> that's exactly what i meant. >> you know what you're doing. >> i do. >> diyer. >> a little sundae. this is called -- >> boo-nana. >> my viewers name this had the boo-nana. >> tell me about this one. >> ice cream, i'm using nondairy ice but you could use anything you like. some crushed cookies. and banana. you can cut the banana into different sizes to give you like the ghosty, ooh, scary look. go ahead and sprivengle some of the cookie to your ice cream. >> looks delicious. take your banana, stick it right
in. >> you got it. >> al is laughing. i don't even know why. leave it to al roker. >> your boo-nana. >> for you, al. back to your costume. some people don't like to make an elaborate halloween costume. >> very simple to make. styrofoam balls at your local craft store. cut them in half and paint them into the colors of, you know, your choice or the candy. >> the type of paint is important since it's styrofoam, right? >> you can use craft paint. >> you go with the glue gun? >> right. after your paint is dry, dab on the glue gun, put it on to your shirt. >> good. congrats on your youtube channel and 1 million followers. hello. >> thank you. i hope they're watching. p. >> i'm sure they are. thank you very much.
matt, over to you. >> hoda, thank you very much. in the meantime, we hope you're reading our latest "today" book club pick, "positive" by paige hall. >> tweet us using the #positive project. on november 14th, jenna bush hager will moderate a conversation with paige celebrating young activists. an exclusive essay by paige head to our website today.com. >> all right. meanwhile, happy for you to join us. >> worked well. >> very clunky. i'm sorry. >> no, no. >> what do you guys have coming up? >> one of our faves, deeiego klattenhoff. >> willie's doppleganger.
comcast center. we're seeing temperatures across the board cooler than yesterday but they are starting to climb. right now it is 36 in chester springs. new jersey still on the chilly side at 41. >> federal health experts say the 21-day mandatory quarantine for health care workers is unnecessary and the president is asking them to ease up. this comes as a nurse was forced into quarantine in a hospital under that new policy under what she calls inhumane conditions. she hired a lawyer to help her get released. >> we're expected to here from septa workers today to authorize a strike, but that does not mean that the 5,000 workers will definitely walk off of the job.
they have been without a contract since spring. the key sticking point a pension and health care. a temporary restraining order is in place this morning on sports cambling. on friday a judge ruled that sports bedding could not begin yesterday as scheduled. so far a hearing has not been scheduled on the matter.
>> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's" take with al roker, natalie morales, willie geist
and tamron hall live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. welcome to "today" on this monday morning, october 27th, 2014. i'm natalie morales, along with al roker, tamron hall and willie enjoying the monday morning off. >> why were you kissing that snickers bar? >> one of our colleagues, jerry, gives me a snickers every morning now and i kiss it for good luck. >> do you actually eat it? >> 9:30, it's gone. but this is how we start. like a baseball player -- >> i love that it's a fun size. you made a funny joke. >> fun size would be five times the normal size.
that's fun. when you have to open up five pieces of candy to get to the normal size, what the heck? that's not fun. wrappers all over. you give me something that is a snickers bar that's three pounds, now that's fun! >> friday when the tri trick-or-treaters come to your house and they throw it back plrks roker! >> you can use it as a battering ram. i don't know about you. i grew up. for a while we lived in the projects and you -- the kid network would let you know which house was giving the full size. >> oh, yeah. miss jones, go over here. >> giving out pennies, we don't need that. >> i'm paranoid about that in my building. i've got to bring it. i'm super competitive about that. >> what are you doing this year? >> i'm going all out, godiva. >> what? >> i let them dig in and let the parents. >> godiva? >> all of a sudden you're in
scooby-doo. that tamron hall. the kids don't want godiva. >> they want ring pops. >> maybe in your building. >> i'm so sad this year i won't be able to be home for the halloween kids. every year i have the godiva bars. you've never seen happiness until you see a 3-year-old two fisting. >> that's tamron hall. she gives out the good stuff. >> i guarantee you if they were full-sized hershey bars, they would have the same look. >> go big or go home, roker. speaking of people who do things big -- >> i was told i could go home. >> get over here. oprah winfrey, listen to what happened. >> this story. >> this is good. oprah was in miami, being oprah, suv, balling, going where only
celebrities go. >> oprah was balling? >> if you look up the meaning. she was in her suv. there was a scrum of paparazzi, trying to take a picture. this woman, lori geller, also trying to dine at this very fancy restaurant and somehow lori's open toe sandal met the wheel of oprah winfrey's suv. and the car rolled over lori's foot. >> ouch. >> lori's husband beats on the window, as a good man should, trying to save his wife, yelling at the driver. oprah jumps out of the car. >> smartly so. >> and gives lori a once over, checks her foot out. everything is a-okay. she walks off with a selfie. >> not bad. >> not bad? people get more for going on her show. they get cars. oprah, you know i love you. >> she wasn't on the show. >> people go on oprah show, you
get a car. lori gets a selfie? >> what should she have done? >> i have one better. the story also reveals that oprah, i follow her on instagram. she is obsessed with truffles. she has been truffle hunting. this is her new fancy thing to do. at the restaurant, oprah ordered a burger and said let me go in my purse and give you my truffle, which are like 300 zillion dollar. >> i don't like truffles. >> i don't either, but she could have given lori a truffle. >> on the other hand, her -- she said that oprah couldn't have been nicer. >> oh, yeah, yeah. oprah is always good. not just because she's the most powerful person in the world. she is a wonderfully nice, has been nice to me since the day i met her. but if oprah had run over my
open toe shoe, i would have fallen out, like, take me home. the only way i feel better -- >> you would have made a good soccer player. >> five pairs to replace the one player. >> world cup soccer players when they're barely touched and flounder all over. >> one of our camera guys, he's not here, said they probably had to call a tow truck. i liked it. >> it's a bob yeager joke. >> bob yeager did say it. >> did you hear what happened to serena this weekend? >> wow! in the heat of battle. against caroline wazniacki. loses a point, gets frustrated and takes her frustration out on the racket. listen. bring it up. bring up the sound. you have to hear this. >> mama mia. >> mama mia! look at that. two hits and, boom! >> by the way, they're good
friends. >> best friends. >> she's just mad at the racket. it was the racket's fault. come on. anybody who has played tennis, you know it's always the racket's fault. >> it's never you. never to blame. >> she ends up -- she goes on to win. even more impressive, she used that racket. she did. >> now, that would have been something. >> she did. people were stunned. >> she probably could. >> for a minute i believed you, for that one -- >> you believed that? >> because i believe in him. >> oh, my gosh! get over that. you haven't been here long enough. >> that was worth its weight in gold. >> i was like, really? >> oh, my gosh. jeez! >> you would have been the perfect little sister. you really would have been. >> because i believe in you, you exploit it. >> all the time. here is an interesting idea. what do you dow guys think of an u bech uber -- sort of uber like service for kids?
that car service, it's an app. you download the app, say where you are, where you want to be picked up. the driver picks you up. you can watch the car come, all of that. you agree on a rate and it takes you wherever you want to go. so there's an idea now, actually a service already being offered in san francisco. it's called shuttle. they are allowing this service now to hire drivers for parents who want to have their kids be transported somewhere. say they have ten soccer games. sounds like my weekend. >> you can't make it. >> hopefully you would make the kid's soccer game. >> but if you can't -- >> they do a lot of background checks, look for two references and also hire people who have experience working with children. in case you're saying never, ever, ever would i let a stranger drive my child somewhere. >> right. >> they do all the work upfront, pass the background checks and
requirements. most of the drivers say -- all their drivers are female drivers and they are nannies, teachers or child care providers looking to make some extra money on the side. it sounds like an interesting idea. you pay $9 a month to get started. you download the app and, of course, whatever the additional cost is of the actual drive itself. would you do something like this? >> i might if, if -- and it depends on the age, too. if i had exhausted all possibilities. >> right. >> babysitter, my brother, family friend, something like that. if you're in a desperate situation then, yeah, i would say. >> someone you -- >> hiring a driver. >> going to a daycare, for example, that you haven't used before. some people have emergency daycares. >> that's what i mean. >> sometimes you put your -- leyla is going in a cab already. >> she's almost 16. but i think if you need it, it's
good and people make their choice. >> certainly in urban environments. i live in a town and we only have one car. my kids are at that age, they're playing lots of soccer games. when you can't carpool, you are desperate. and sometimes you can't find a ride. >> i think the market will figure it out. >> another thing that jumps out to me, all female drivers. there are, i'm hoping, some safe male drivers. >> of course there are. i think right now -- >> when they say all female, you have to go through the background check no matter -- >> no matter what. and i'm sure -- >> catering to families and thinking they would be -- >> have you ever had a male babysitter or anything like that? >> yeah, my dad. >> not for you, for your kid. >> for my kids. >> but other than that -- >> yeah, i would. absolutely. it would be a great idea. >> especially for boys, it would be fun for them, big brother. >> joe gets a little break. >> here is a funny video on its
own. >> okay. >> a guy gets stung by a wasp. the best part is his wife thinks this is hilarious. >> uh-oh. >> oh, my god! >> writhing in pain, throwing himself on to a hill. >> it was the way he was so animated. >> and his wife thinks this is hilariou hilarious. >> i thought it was good. i give him a ten there. perfect ten. >> but where is the -- >> her laugh. >> where is the concern? >> it's a wasp, al. he's fine. >> she knows her husband -- >> as long as he's not allergic,
he's good. >> if he's not allergic, he's good. >> this happens when you're married a lot of times. >> let's reverse it. the wife got stung and the guy sits there laughing while his wife writihes in pain, throws herself on the ground. he would be voted husband of the year, wouldn't he? >> but that's not what happened. >> no. >> funniest video material. listen, today, our monday moment all has to do with pumpkins, halloween, as we move our way closer to friday. a lot of you spent the weekend carving some creations. erica jones might have won the monday moment. this is eric's carving of al roker, complete with umbrella, rain drops, everything. >> that's insane. >> that's crazy. >> that's amazing. >> that's our monday moment.
>> the moment that you think will make us smile. >> thank you, jerry. great ideas. >> up from the snickers you usually give. >> i don't know if you can see this. these are good ideas for easy decorating. believe it or not, these are easy recipes. there you go. >> cookbook busy family edition. these are marshmallow. >> there's a ghost on that cupcake, eyeball cookies here. sugar ghost cupcakes. >> most creative halloween treats. use the #today's take. snap a photograph even though we can't taste -- >> these are just vanilla wafers, the eyeball cookies. that's brilliant. >> love the taste of home. can you take that for me? thank you very much. remember tropical storm ana, it was going to be affecting hawaii? guess what, it's still out there, making its way toward the
pacific northwest. ton of rain is going to be foll falling. just seattle alone for october, 4 1/2 inches of rain, almost two inches above where they normally should have. 39 inches for the year, almost a foot above where they should be. guess what, more on the way over the next 24 hours. anywhere from another three to five inches of rain, good morning i'm bill henley. a cold start this morning but we have sunshine today. a nice afternoon into the 60s today. tomorrow we will see sunshine, 75 is the high temperature. that's where the warming trend stops. showers move in for wednesday. thursday nice and sunny but cooler and chillier for halloween. by saturday morning temperatures in the 30s. have great day.
>> and that's your latest weather. >> is that your second cupcake? and snicker. >> don't you out my -- >> sugar high, no kidding. >> a fun new station on msnbc today. coming up next, grab another cup of coffee. grab another cupcake, tamron. >> thanks, natalie. >> why it's being linked to a major health breakthrough. coffee, that is. cocoa,
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universal. good morning to both of you. this at-home test for colon cancer. dr. azar? >> who is this for? men and women over the age of 50 who have an average risk of colon cancer. they do not have a family history of colon cancer. they don't have a personal medical history that would raise their risk for colon cancer. this is indicated for them as a noninvasive test to screen for colon cancer. a few very important points to take home. one, it is currently not widely available yet. it still requires a prescription from your doctor. it's not like you can pick it up at a drug sto r and take care of your own health. the results have to be interpreted by your doctor. it's not meant to be a replacement for a true colonoscopy in people who are at high risk for colon cancer. some people are obviously uncomfortable with the prep and procedure. maybe we might be catching sort of more people this way. if you have a positive test on the screening test you still have to go through the colonoscopy to determine if this is a true positive or not. >> important, as you said, if
you have a family history, you want to go the regular route. >> the sensitivity is quite high, roughly picking up 92% of cancers, a few percentage points below what a colonoscopy can pick up. >> only about 60% of people who need colon cancer screening actually receive it. this test may be another way to increase that pull and get the screening tests up higher. special cocoa drink that seems to turn back the clock for memory. what is this? >> interesting study showing that cocoa beans have a compound called flavenoids and it's been shown to have health benefits. individuals had high concentrations of drink with cacoa in it. mri tests actually showed that areas of the brain associated with memory were enhanced. so i think that's very important. >> is this a license for us to drink lots of hot chocolate? >> absolutely not.
that's the total opposite of the message we're going to send. flavenoid-rich foods, it's a plant product. fruits and vegetables, wine. purely memory, not a lower risk of dementia but most of us will take what we can get. >> coffee drinking is a benefit against liver cirrhosis. >> caffeine particularly has a breakdown product that can reduce inflammation. liver cirrhosis begins with fibrosis, scarring, promoted by this process called inflammat n inflammation. three cups a day, this study in particular followed liver enzymes and found they were decreased by 25%. maybe offset some alcohol drinking with coffee drinking. that's my take-home message. >> thank you, both, dr. azar and dr. pryor.
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welcome back to "today" on this monday, october 27th, 2014. i'm willie geist. this is al roker. >> hey, willis, what's up? >> my given tham? i like willis. >> my stunt double. >> i have more on the chin than willie, i hear. >> i think he became diego klattenhoff. >> there you go. see? >> i'm looking down. i have to look up. >> look up. >> oh, i totally see it.
>> willie is going to crush me the next time. i didn't realize he was a giant from illinois. >> 6'5". >> what do they feed those guys up there? >> cloning experiment that went horribly wrong. >> hey, easy. easy. >> one thing that you can do that willie can't do, willie is follicly challenged. he can't grow facial hair, sparse in the chest area. >> without the shirt on, huh? >> whoa, whoa! >> like you, willie does the two button thing sometimes. so you can see. he doesn't have anything. >> it just may start lower. >> he is folicly challenged. >> we're going to leave that alone. >> because of no shave november, right? >> not too bad. that's not too bad. >> we're showing you all this because we want to raise awareness, of course, again about men's health issues like prostate and testicular cancer.
you're going to launch monday november 3rd. professor al is coming back. >> that's right. college challenge, if you're in school or your house, your group is ditching the razors next month, we want to hear about it. especially all my bros at oswego. >> look at you. >> in solidarity, natalie and i will not get lip waxes for a couple of weeks and this is what i will look like. >> it's really bad. >> i'm kidding, diego. >> not sticking. >> you work on that while i go do the weather. oh, let's show you what we've got. where did it all go wrong? anyway -- wow, that's -- that's disturbing. you look good with a mustache, by the way. >> you like that? >> i was talking to tamron. anyway, let's show you what's
going on today, plenty of sunshine along the east coast. windy conditions, parts of upstate new york of the wet weather from the great lakes into oklahoma. rain starting to move into the pacific northwest later this afternoon. tonight, on into tomorrow, a mess. windy, very wet. just cleaning up from the storm over the weekend, getting power back for folks. temperatures stay cooler back through the plains ahead of the system. east coast will be gorgeous tomorrow. beautiful day with temperatures in the lower 70s down to good morning i'm bill henley, a cold start this morning. a nice afternoon into the 60s today. tomorrow we will see sunshine, 75 degrees is the high temperature. that's where the warming trend stops. 69 degrees as clouds move in with showers for wednesday. thursday will be nice and sunny with a high of 60 and chillier for halloween. by saturday morning temperatures
in the 30s. have a great day. >> and that is your latest weather. >> all right. he's not busy filling in for willie, because he does that all the time, diego klattenhoff is playing agent resler. >> there's always much more going on than meets the eye. diego is with us. good morning. >> good morning. good morning. >> al actually got me hooked on this show. this is one of the best shows, because even you guys don't know what's really happening. you're kind of learning as well. >> you're in the dark. >> you're in the dark and that adds edge to the show. >> i would say it's like a choose your own adventure. you don't know what's going to happen to yourself in a couple of episodes and you make up these stories, backstories and get a new script and say, ooh, maybe i guessed wrong on that one. it's good. it definitely keeps you thinking. we have a great team of writers on the show from l.a. you're always trying to get that
new script and, i don't know, see what kind of trouble you're going to get into. >> your character, donald resler, has been popping some pills this season. a little bit of an addiction going on here? >> little ongoing headache. >> yeah. >> called natalie morales. >> wow! wow! under the bus. >> always under the bus around here. it's a common thing. >> take no prisoners, al. i'm telling you, he is going to be one of our black listers one of these days. >> he is. >> 112. >> red is going to be like, take roker out. >> that's it, baby. so, one of the things i remember last year, you guys were literally shooting just about week to week. >> you get to that point sometimes, yeah. >> which it kind of adds to the intrigue of the show. >> pretty intriguing last thursday when we were shooting a scene for monday. so, we thankfully -- i mean, we have enough time to -- or they have enough time to kind of look at the episode and say we need a little more here or there.
we have the best crew here in new york and everybody behind the scenes is just kind of break them down to get the show on the air. so, yeah, it keeps you on your toes. >> and on your toes physically as well. you do a lot of the stunts yourself and these stunts involve heights -- >> ooh. >> oh. >> i'm not huge on heights. >> that means you're not a fan. that means you're afraid. >> i'm not afraid. >> you can say it. >> i'm just saying -- >> we're here for you. >> really? are you going to catch me? >> take it up to the top of the rock. >> diego, admit it. >> i'm not a huge fan of heights. >> i'm not saying i'm afraid. i'm here right now. >> your hand is sweating. >> so is it true that you were not thinking about becoming an actor but then as a kid you saw boogie nights and that changed
your -- >> wow! i wasn't a kid. i was 19. "boogie nights," laughing with your producer, the "today" show is all about porn and drugs and how i got into acting. i said, hey, if he can do it, i can do it. no problem at all. >> look over there. >> i'm supposed to look at al when i say that? >> exactly. >> he asked the question. >> i don't want to talk about porn and drugs with al but, hey, buddy, next time you're on set. >> i'm there, baby! it's going to be a party. >> always fun with al. >> diego kla tchttenhoff, alway good time, my friend. "black list" tonight 10:00, 9:00 central here on nbc. meantime, the whereabouts of one of diego's co-stars in question. >> do you know where he is? >> we know where you can find him. right here, tomorrow. "today's take." >> did he rap with you last time he was on? you had a bromance moment.
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honey boo boo, jake gyllenhaal and one direction, what do they all have in common? >> some of the hottest searches on google over the weekend. here to tell us why, daniel sieberg. good morning. >> good to see you both. >> good to see you. tlc confirming that honey boo boo is now canceled. what happened? >> a lot of folks maybe heard about this, went online, searched for honey boo boo. mama june went on and posted a video because the allegation is that she was dating an alleged -- convicted child molester and that the show has been canceled as a result of that. people looked up to see what her
response was. she post aid video saying she would never put her kids in any danger. lots of controversy around this. >> tlc issued a statement saying tlc has canceled the series "here comes honey boo boo." tlc is faithfully committed to the children's ongoing comfort and well-being. >> no matter how you felt about the show -- obviously some people are opinionated about it -- you went on to see what was the story behind it. >> the show is over there. this is a new interesting one, video by 1d "steal my girl" getting talk about buzz. there is an interesting cameo in this video. >> yes, there is. danny devito. he plays this director in the video and then they -- it's very over the top, suomo wrestlers, carnival stars. it's kind of a crazy video. lot of people went on to see what it was all about. >> crazy. >> it did coincide with the leak
of taylor swift's album and she is an ex of harry stiles. >> coincidence? >> there are rumors this wasn't a total coincidence. >> let's stay with entertainment. jake gyllenhaal is getting rave reviews for his performance "night crawler." >> he is. i was in a movie over the weekend and saw the trailer for this movie. people's reactions were pretty intense. an ambulance chaser going around, trying to find crime. >> freelance journalist, tmz type guy. >> he lost a lot of weight for the role and folks have been searching about the movie and the process he went through to play this character. >> i think he lost something like over 20 pounds i saw him say in an interview. really gaunt there. finally, halloween, of course, big search term. everybody is starting to think what they're going to be dressed as, what they're going to be doing. >> lots of last-minute costume ideas. recipes, food. we see pumpkin carving, videos
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natalie. >> in the orange room. look at these great cupcakes sent to us from leslie, which she designed, all free hand herself from annapolis, maryland. from lisa in cleveland, ohio, mummy skeleton cupcakes. from illinois, mummy cookies. fantastic and last, but not least, we've got this little guy popping out of a cupcake from bridget. thanks to all who sent us their designs for halloween. >> thanks for sharing that. come on up and try these tacos because mary sue milliken and susan feniger. nothing says halloween like tacos. >> and spicy. >> we're launching it. >> chili lime tacos? >> we start with shrimp tacos. >> little bit of spice sbl how spicy do you like it? >> spicy. >> yeah! >> put in all the cayenne,
paprika, salt. we mix it together and put it on the shrimp. >> all right. season that in? >> i like to let it sit for a good half hour. >> did you put enough spice in there? >> yeah. >> i think you need a little more. al, in the meantime, we're making the slaw that will go on top. >> i always mess up the skewer. is there a tip with that in. >> soak them in water. keep them nice and -- so they cook evenly. >> soak them in water, put on like three? >> you soak the skewer so they don't burn. >> got you. >> i want you to take this. not all the salt but all the cumin and garlic goes in there. >> yeah and then some of that haberno chili.
>> your jahabenero chili, you te out the seeds? >> why did you put it all in there then? >> let them taste it. >> i'll take some of it out. >> it will be delicious. >> you leave it in the bowl i think it all goes in. >> olive oil. >> balance. >> let more orange. >> in the event that you do add too much heat -- if you do happen to make that mistake and add too much heat -- >> little more orange juice. it has that sweetness that can balance. >> see if you think this is spicy? >> no. >> okay. ready? >> that's why we've been partners 30 years. i check when it's spicy enough. >> i'll tell you. it's not that spicy. it's just delicious. >> oh, my god, al is such a good cook. >> he is a great cook. >> how long on each side? >> about two minutes per side. it doesn't take too long.
>> let's get to work on the tacos. we're having a taco contest. you each get a tortilla. al, you go with mary. >> okay. >> we're going to give you some slaw, some delicious shrimp. >> let's give al -- >>
and take a little bit of the extra spice. >> mine is done, i've won the taco contest. go to today.com. back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc. i win. because i'm eating.
good morning, i'm tracy davidson. let's get your first alert forecast with bill henley. >> it's sunshine we're enjoying and it will be with us all day long. boothouse row where the winds are blowing but less than 10 miles per hour. now 52 degrees, seven degreeing cooler in philadelphia. redding is off by ten and ten degrees chillier in dover. right now the temperature is
holding at 47 degrees. >> now to decision 2014. tom wor bcorbett will be in philadelphia for the unveiling of the bush gallery. former president bill clinton will be campaigning for wolf. he will be the headliner at a crass roots event in pittsburgh that started in about an hour. president obama will be starting the campaign when he makes a stop in philadelphia on sunday. wolf had a big lead in the polls earlier this month. election day is just more than a week away. count on nbc10.com for more coverage of tuesday's vote. get realtime information, news, and weather at nbc10.com. i'm tracy davidson.
from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> hello, everybody. it is fun day monday, october 27th, leading up to and directly ending with halloween on friday. >> don't you wish we could reveal our costumes? >> not really. >> well, you're going to be surprised. >> we haven't seen them yet, so they're hanging in the balance, you know. >> we have a great show today. if you like the country winning duo sugarland. >> and who doesn't? >> christian bush is here, coming out with a solo album and
he'll perform a hit for us. >> and all the hollywood scoop while you were out all weekend long, beautiful fall festivals. >> and terrifying tech for halloween, you know what that's about. oh, my gosh. that's genius. >> that's me in before makeup. it really is. tough night, you know what i mean. on the weekend, hoda, right before the weekend started, we're doing our little musical. >> yes. >> on december 4th. we're going to beat peter pan to the punch. >> peter who? >> everybody here at the "today" show have been auditioning for our musical. and so there is -- yes, we have some dancers. >> is that vivian. >> that's vivian, and a friend who dances with her. and amanda avery can tap, who knew? >> new orleans' own amanda avery. >> and brie and alicea.
>> and, oh, yes, deena. >> oh, yes. >> a split? >> yes. >> oh, no. i wish you could turn up the volume on this one. susan -- >> steve. okay. steve is one of our late night -- >> none of them made callbacks. none of them. everybody sang the same song. we'll show you that tape pretty soon. over the weekend, we have already announced, because regis was with me one time when you were gone, he is our guest star. i went over to regis and joy's beautiful home in connecticut. and david friedman. regis is learning his music. reege, you work on it. he's going to be delicious. he was so funny. >> by the way, anything he does, at any moment is hysterical. >> terrific. so, anyway, that's -- put it on your calendar, must see tv, december 4th. >> okay. >> what did you do? >> it was cold. i went to the beach with boots
and blake. >> which beach? >> that's hard to get to, to the hamptons, a couple of hours in the car. >> i like it in the fall. nobody is there. >> i went to the grocery store, we bought apples, i like apples. >> yes, you do. >> we happened by an apple orchard. we're, like, oh, i had eaten one of the good apples from the store. we went to the orchard, we got apples there. >> did you pick them? >> we wanted to but we have blake, and we did a taste test of the apples. >> amazing. >> you don't realize how not good the ones are from the store are until you take one right off the tree. >> i gave you the ones, what are they called, those -- golden crisp or something. >> gala. >> honey crisp, unbelievable. best i've ever had.
>> makes such a difference. makes you want to buy from farmers markets and stuff like that. >> that's not a bad idea anyway, hoda woman. >> if you were watching "snl," it is one of the good ones, jim carrey was hosting. they decided to do a spoof on the matthew mcconaughey commercials where he's driving the lincoln and talking to himself. this is the matthew mcconaughey commercial. >> which i haven't seen. >> let's watch it. >> sometimes you got to go back to actually move forward. and i don't mean go back and reminisce or chase ghosts. i mean take a big step back, like go from winning an oscar to doing a car commercial. my agent was, like, i can understand if you did this right after the lincoln lawyer, that would have made sense. who am i? why am i here? when i'm doing rolling up this
booger, should i throw it out the window? >> oh, no. >> tiny little tennis ball, right there. >> where have you been? >> where have you been? that was funny. >> when you watch the matthew mcconaughey commercial, that's his signature move with the fingers. >> i hadn't seen the commercial, is it like the brad pitt chanel one that no one understood, he got paid a fortune for, but funny. >> genius. teresa and joe giudice, teresa is going to jail for all kinds of fraud and joe is going later. they celebrated their 15th wedding anniversary. you wonder what that would be like given that she's going to jail and it is a lot -- has a lot to do with his paperwork and things. they celebrated 15 years, put
this picture on instagram, with the love of my life was the caption. you know what is funny about instagram and social media and everything, i know couples who are, like, in a fight or practically estranged or whatever, and when you look at them on social media -- >> you think they're the happiest. >> with my boo, we're so happy, at the beach. >> where my boo? >> that's what my friends say. that's the lingo they use. >> what is my boo? in cassidy's case, that would be boo boo, her best friend. it is weird with other people. >> what do you think of that? >> i've been through tough stuff in my marriage too. marriages can survive when you work at it. i think they'll have the challenge of a lifetime when they're separate and in prison, and it is going to be hard on their family. if they're happy now, i say enjoy your happiness. what would you do if you were in
january, you knew you had like two months, how would you spend the next two months? she's going to prison january 5th. >> i would make sure i got my roots -- i would get everything done. >> me too. no, no, no, hair removal, like permanent hair removal. >> i would dread the first three months, that's when it creeps. it comes out and more and more. after three months, definite guilty. >> we're not laughing at their misfortune, but they did -- they were found guilty on lots of counts. >> they were. >> i'm still unclear whether she was party to it, but by signing everything to it, she is legally party to things. if he did all of that and didn't -- and, you know, without -- >> yeah. here's the thing. if it were me, i watched them on "watch what happens live," he says, when the wife is going to jail first, during the year, she said i do everything for the
kids, take them to soccer, take them to this, cook their lunches, they go, what are you going to do, joe, and he says, i guess i'll have to be the housewife. she looked at him, like he's got to do this for my. you can see how stress eed she seemed when they were discussing it. >> we wish them a happy ending. the little hess toy trucks, we get them every year because frank was dear friends with the hesses who used to own the giants -- the jets team for many, many years, wonderful family. it is turning 50, just like you. we're unveiling this year's 2014 -- >> we have the hess truck. >> in the past, i've always taken them over to cassidy's place and cody house here in new york. but i don't know. it is a space cruiser. >> that's the new one. >> it is huge and their 50th anniversary. $29.99 available for preorder today at hesstoytruck.com. there is also a special collectors edition.
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all right, just four days until halloween, if you don't think you stand a ghost of a chance finding ghoulish gadgets, think again. we have everything you need. >> here with freaky finds to get you in the spirit is author of gadget nation, our gadget guy, steve greenburg. >> i love this thing. tell us what we just did and what -- >> this app called nito. there is a whole bunch of different characters. you can sync up your face to the image and then talk, record little things, change the voice of it. once you have that clip, you can then e-mail it to a friend, you can put it on facebook, share it on social media. >> everybody is going to want it. >> it is cool. it is free. here is one over here. here we go. ready? this one is prerecorded. >> what did you do? >> you can't have a happy halloween without ghoulish gadgets. >> by the way, kids who love this. so awesome. >> we say it again.
>> excellent. >> this i want to point out my attire here. you don't have to -- >> this whole thing i found in my closet. you can wear it for halloween, a job interview, a wedding, spirit halloween, $99. off the rack and fits. >> perfect. >> you have the perfect body. >> you say that all the time. >> i know. >> cut it out. next, this is called the haunted lamp. and it is voice activated. or sound activated. it will have a creepy face that should appear there. it's okay. there it is. very scary. he talks and says scary stuff. is that cool? $49. >> cool. >> pretty cool. $49. cool. >> thank you, hoda. >> nice talking to you. >> this is ghost writing book. >> look at this. >> oh, cool. >> isn't that cool? about $34. >> okay. that's creepy.
>> like a haunted house, something different in every room. >> cool. >> next, an indoor light show, want to add color to the house, little scary stuff, they have scary slides. this is from walmart, under $30, amazing. put it in a place where it was dark and scary. we thought the "today" show control room. there it is in the "today" show control room, we have a skull. there is usually a skull in -- >> a couple, some floaters. >> leave my eye out of it. >> these are solar spiders. we can't demonstrate them on tv, but when sunlight hits them, they start crawling around. they're like $13 from wayfair.com. >> $13 each? >> each one, $13. >> a little pricey. >> i know. well, solar stuff. next, chia pets, these are chia zombies. >> oh. >> they have lifeless lisa, restless arm and creepy holden. grow them like regular chia pets. but even when they die, they still look pretty good for
halloween. >> the dead one? >> a dead one here. >> you see it is no longer green. >> it works. under $20, walgreens or what not. >> okay. >> next this is safe flash reflectors. little reflectors that come with -- with sided, stick them on either side of this kind of thing, costume -- >> that's a great idea. >> dangerous nights walking around. and it is $2 from safe-flash.com. under $2, can't beat that. and a got to have a scary entrance to your house. check out this knocker. this is called the pumpkin door knocker from spirit of halloween.com. >> you must be out of your gourd! you think -- >> i love that. >> cool. >> i love it. >> that's a lot of fun. >> not bad. >> thank you.
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we're back with more of "today" on this fun day monday. time for "today's buzz" and all the hot hollywood headlines. >> here to dish out the celebrity scoop is cosmopolitan.com editor amy. george and amal had a great one, didn't they? >> they had a great one. george clooney and amal alamuddin went to buckingh buckinghamshire where amal's parents threw them a dinner. a lot of friends were there from oxford. they had his and her cocktails. we didn't get a full look at the
outfit, which is a shame, because she's so glamorous. but she had a gold sequin thing peeking out and red lips. she looked stunning as always. >> in of the pictures in the car going over made it look like they didn't crack a smile, barely said a word to one another. what is the story with that? >> they have to be enjoying themselves, right? it is two months in, one month in. >> maybe it was one of those moments -- >> maybe they're exhausted from partying. >> we heard news from tlc they canceled the hit show "honey boo boo," this comes after mama june is dating a man or accused of dating a man who served time for child abuse. so what is the latest you know on that? >> so late last week tlc announced that it was canceling the hit show honey boo boo, did not specify why. however this came shortly after reports emerged that mama june was allegedly dating a sex offender. shortly after the cancellation, she went to her facebook page and posted a video message, just
thanking tlc and all the fans for their support over the years and saying she would never do anything to endanger her children. >> here is the -- >> the latest is -- >> you see different reports from different sources, or what -- >> all alleged. >> there was one report that stated that the daughter who he allegedly abused one of june's daughters said my mom didn't believe me, we don't know if that's true, but there is a lot of other stuff getting stirred in the mix. here is tlc's statement which we'll read. tlc canceled the series here comes honey boo boo, and ended all activities around the series. supporting the health and welfare of these remarkable children is our only priority. tlc is faithfully committed to the children's ongoing comfort and well-being. but didn't say specifically -- >> what about the fact they were seen allegedly over the weekend together? >> they were seen over the weekend together, holding hands. the other daughter, not honey boo boo, anna, spoke to radar online and said she believes something is going on, however it is all alleged, all reports
at the moment. >> all right. let's move on to something else. jim carrey hosted "snl" and he -- there were a lot of great skits, but one in particular where he plays the role of sia from the music video "chandelier," in the unitard or whatever it is. let's see a little bit of that. >> hilarious. it features a girl in a nude body suit and stockings and she's dancing. >> that's the real one. that's the real one. here is the jim carrey one. >> iconic look. a danceoff. they both show up to the same office costume party dressed as this girl from the video. hilarious. later in it, iggy azalea got in on it. >> she had 60 people with her entourage, i hear. they could barely fit in -- >> i like her. >> yeah, okay. if you haven't booked your holiday travel, we'll tell you
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satisfies like snickers. >> if you're having some friends and their goblins over to your house for a halloween bash, why not raise the bar this year? >> here with simple decor and table setting ideas is jesse gordon, celebrity event producer for mars chocolate brands. and everybody loves mars. >> hello. >> happy halloween. >> what a great beginning, this centerpiece right here, it is terrific. tell us about it. >> a little glamour spooky organic punch for your table. it is nice to raise the bar a little bit with entertaining and adding a metallic -- >> different kind of bar than hoda is used to, but -- >> not yet. >> these are adorable. look how they're done. >> terrariums, usually used with flowers and candles and now we're using candy. >> so clever. i like what you did to the pumpkins. zhuszh them up a little. >> they're nice and light, you can raise the bar with a little bit of metallic spray paint and glitter. >> would it work on a real
pumpkin or no? >> absolutely. >> i would like to take a twix break. >> this will be our fifth today. >> this is how the branch was built. if you have a little bit of tissue, you can make some ghosts. >> if you have a cold, you can use them -- >> yes. >> this is floral foam, stick it in. >> oh, yes. >> oh, yeah. >> you cover the top with the m&ms, so you hide the floral foam. >> so smart. >> pretty awesome. >> want to take a break and eat some m&ms. >> you've been working hard today, hodi. >> these are photo luminaries, celebrating halloween past. so you can have pictures of your kids, of your friends and family -- >> i think the dog is here too. >> you can print these out at home and make homemade
luminaries, they light up and you can keep them for next year as well. i was hoping you would help me make a couple. you have your l.e.d. light, clear tape. >> that's all you do? >> yes, just wrap it. >> we have 30 seconds, we have to get to the children. >> olivia, kate and jordan. >> hi, kids. >> what are you making over here? >> you guys are awesome. >> i can't even. >> these are table runners. you can use the kids to help you set the table. >> absolutely. >> and design the table runner. >> who is olivia? raise your hand. who is jordan? okay. >> say hello to everybody. happy halloween. >> thank you. thank you to mars candy. everybody loves mars. >> tomorrow, amy poehler will stop by and chat with us. >> and the ladies of "snl," cecily, kate mckinnon and amy bryant. >> have a happy fun day monday.
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