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>> get like a flashback of the '90s, everybody glued to television sets, waiting for the wait of o.j. simpson. >> o.j. simpson, soon to be a free man after that decision by a nevada parole board. the country's most infamous inmate granted parole. not before simpson made controversial statements about his past. we have full coverage. starting with joe fryer. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. no specific date has been set. but after nine years behind bars, o.j. simpson will leave prison as early as october 1st. he says he would like to move to florida. there's a process to make that happen. this all comes after a unanimous vote to grant simpson parole. >> i will vote to grant parole. >> reporter: no stranger dramatic moments, his reaction
was on live tv. the ruling came after a 75-minute hearing, with simpson pressing his case to the parole board 130 miles away. in vivid retail, he recounted his version of events about his confrontation that landed him behind bars. at times he expressed regret. >> i'm sorry it happened. >> reporter: in other moments, he appeared defensive. >> nobody has accused me of pulling a weapon on them. i've spent a conflict-free life. >> reporter: those statements stunning to christopher darden. >> outrageous. >> reporter: author of "in c contem contempt," he was one of the prosecutor s when simpson was accused of killing his ex-wife and ron goldman. >> if i lived next door to
o.j. simpson, i would be concerned. very concerned. >> reporter: the parole board received hundreds of letters from the public, many citing the murder case and the civil judgment against simpson. >> however, these items will not be considered in this case. >> reporter: instead, parole commissioners heard from up with of the robbery victims. >> o.j. is my friend, always has been. >> reporter: he not only testified that simpson should be released, but offered to pick him up from prison. >> juice, i'll be here tomorrow for you. i mean that. >> reporter: there were also lighter moments, highlights the nerves in both locations. >> we have that you are currently -- well, recently turned 90 years old. i'm sorry about that. you look great for 90. >> reporter: now, at age 70, simpson can start preparing for life as a free man. simpson says he's not looking to be involved with the media, adding he has turned down
interviews during his time behind bars. the parole board made his very clear, if he violates the conditions of his release, he will be right back here behind bars. >> joe fryer, thank you. let's focus on the road ahead for simpson. andrea canning sat down with one of his friends that was in the hearing room at lovelock correction at center. >> reporter: good morning. tom scotto has been one of o.j.'s most loyal friends for decades. he said there were tears and emotions in that room. tom and the family sat down with o.j. in lovelock prison to talk about all kinds of things. but the biggest thing on the table was what happens next. >> i said to o.j., you look so fantastic. i'm so proud of you. look at you. you're shining. >> i vote to grant parole. >> reporter: it's the moment o.j. simpson has been waiting
for for nine years. and they're supporting him, nex to his family, was his friend, tom scotto. what did he say to you? >> he came out yelling. i'm going home. >> reporter: friends for more than 20 years, it was scotto's wedding that brought simpson to las vegas. hours later, simpson took part of that botched robbery of two memorabilia dealers that landed him behind bars. how has he changed? what has this taught him? >> this has changed him. they treat him very nice. not because he's o.j. simpson. he's a great inmate. >> reporter: he says simpson now hopes to move to florida where scotto lives. is there a chance he might live with you? >> we talked about that. there's a chance. >> reporter: do you worry? does anybody worry about o.j. that he could end up back behind bars as he reenters society?
>> no. o.j. does nothing wrong. clearly what he did was inappropriate. but he lives a -- look. we go out. we don't hide. we go out in public. we go out and we have fun. we don't hide. we don't stay in the house, hidden. >> absolutely, 100% not guilty. >> reporter: there's been so much renewed attention on o.j., not just from this hearing but from the drama that won the emmys. what does he think about this? >> he thought they were terrible. >> reporter: was o.j. maintain his innocence in the murders? >> absolutely. >> reporter: is it something that haunts him? >> we don't really want to talk about it. we want to move forward, instead of backwards. everybody tried to destroy him over that. >> what do you say to the people that want to see o.j. stay behind bars for the crimes he was acquitted of? >> he is in prison, not for vegas. he's in prison for california.
it was payback, absolutely. >> reporter: simpson has been a model prisoner. but what will he do on the outside? what does he want to do with his life? >> see his family. and hang out with the new friends he has. >> reporter: why have you stuck by him with the good and the bad? >> he's my best friend. i love him. i lost contracts in my business because of him i have to do what's right. >> reporter: so, what happens right now? scotto says he talked to the warden yesterday, who said o.j. was to immediately clear out his cell. he was going to be moved to a more secure location, where he will be housed by himself until his release date. that's to protect him. and he says, the day he gets out, he will be waiting for him at lovelock. >> thank you very much. let's turn to nbc senior legal correspondent, cynthia
mcfadden, who has been covering the case since that trial. i know you were watching that parole hearing as closely as all of us were. to me, it seemed like the parole board knew what they were going to do. >> as you know, the parole board has very specific guidelines for what they need to do. and o.j. checked all of the boxes. at the beginning of the hearing, we heard the risk factors were low, the aggravating factors, to keep him in, was because the victims feared for their safety. we had one of the victims, the only surviving victim was saying, it's all cool with me. >> and i'll pick you up. >> you knew they were going to release him. but i have to tell him, o.j. simpson did himself no favors yesterday. what he said to the parole board, my jaw was hanging down. >> he looked like a guy that knew what the parole board was going to do. he was confident, he was
redefiant. reliving the case. >> one might even say cocky. >> do you think he could have compromised his ability to reach parole? >> i think the way the rules were set up, that parole board had no choice but to parole him. and let's just put on the table, nine years for this crime is a long time. i think the parole board did what it needed to do. but o.j. simpson said he lived a conflict-free life. >> everyone remembers immediately the sounds of nicole brown simpson screaming for her life, on a 911 call. >> and the photographs of her, the testimony of her sister saying she was in fear for her life. nicole said over the years, he someday is going to kill me. that made it hard to swallow. >> the road ahead, a couple things. the parole board can set
conditions that if you violate, you're back in jail. >> he will have two parole boards. if he goes to florida, which is his preference, his house there was put up -- was taken from him, essentially. if he goes to florida, it would be nevada and florida, would set conditions. and so, he'll have to make sure he walks the straight and narrow. and with social media out there, which wasn't there in 23 years ago, or even 9, every public move will be recorded. >> cynthia, thank you for having here. appreciate it. we'll have more on o.j. simpson next half hour. there's a lot more to get to, including developments out of washington. there's reports that the white house is trying to turn the tables on the special counsel leading the russia investigation. and president trump is shaking up his legal team. and there's fallout from when the president went after his own
attorney general. a lot to get through. peter alexander standing by at the white house. >> reporter: good morning to you. another quiet friday at the white house. first, about that shakeup. nbc news has confirmed that mark kasowitz is no longer leading the president's outside legal counsel. we are told he will continue to provide guidance to the president. and two months of coming onboard, the legal team spokesperson tells me he has resigned. there's new indications that the president may be lying the groundwork to undermine the special counsel robert moouelle. this morning, there's reports that the trump team is look to undercut robert mueller's investigation. trump's backgrounds of people o mueller's team. "the post" asked the president about his pardon powers, including the ability to pardon
aides and himself. the story is nonsense. the president's lawyers are cooperating with special counsel robert mueller. aides are making clear that the special counsel should not move outside of the investigation. >> would that be a breach? >> i would say yes. >> reporter: u.s. officials familiar with the probe, says he's finding the strike zone, gathering relevant documents, including business records. the fbi will pursue any credible evidence of possible crimes regardless of whether they are russia-related. jeff sessions insists he's planning to stay put. >> we love this job. we love this department. and i plan to continue to do so as long as that is appropriate. >> reporter: the show of confidence coming one day after the public undressing of sessions. accusing the a.d.'s recusal was
unfair to him. >> sessions should have never recused h ims. if he was going to recuse himself, he should have told me before he took the job. >> reporter: despite the president's disappointment, the white house saying mr. trump has confidence in sessions. zmri think you know this president well enough that if he wanted somebody fake e taken ace would make that clear. >> reporter: and on capitol hill, senator john mccain's absence is palpable, in the wake of his brian cancer. >> he has called me three times this morning. no more woe is me, lindsay. he's yelling at me to buck up. >> i can't imagine the senate without john mccain. he is the elder statesman. he is the statesman in the senate. >> reporter: the arizona republican is vowing a quick return. unfortunately for my sparring partners in congress, i'll be
back soon. back to this morning's headline about the russia investigation, president trump told aides he was disturbed after being told that the special counsel was able to access several years of his tax returns. that's according to "the washington post." his lawyers warning that the scope has to stay within mueller's mandate. saying if there's drifting, they will object. >> no shortage of news. the russia investigation top of mind in moscow, where the country's top diplomat is speaking out to us this morning. keir simmons did that interview exclusively. keir, good morning. >> reporter: we know of three meetings between president trump and president putin at the g20 summit. one of them revealed only this week. and now, russia's foreign minister reveals there may have been more meetings between the two men. >> reporter: sergey lavrov was
in the room when president trump met president putin for two hours this month. the two leers met to shake hands and later spoke at an official dinner, after putin was seated next to the first lady. now, interacted if they if they interacted again. we know they met three times at the g20. at the bilateral, at the dinner -- >> maybe they went to the toilet together. >> reporter: they met when they were shaking hands. did they meet at other times? >> when you're brought by your parents, too a kindergarten, do you mix with the people who are waiting in the same room to go to a classroom? >> it's a g20, not a kindergarten. >> but there's also a room where they get together before an event starts. they cannot alive all at the
same time on the bus. >> reporter: this is sergey lavr lavrov's first interview since that meeting, and since the visit to the oval office in may. but the intelligence about an alleged isis plot to turn smart phones and devices into bombs, does not secret, sergey lavrov claims. >> he was accused of telling me a secret about something, which was discovered by special services. and which related to the ability of terrorists to manipulate with smartphones and notebooks, the way which awould allow the explosive to be placed in those devices. but this very statement was made publicly, either by fbi or by cia, about a month before i
entered the oval office. >> reporter: he repeated russian denials that it intervened in the u.s. elections, and described trump as engaged in a fight with the american establishment. >> life goes on. people speak about impeachment. >> reporter: it's a fight? >> we are on the side of justice. >> reporter: in our interview, sergey lavrov talks about the seizure of components as straightforward robbery. a >> obama administration say they used those a as spying facilities. interesting interview. thank you so much. overnight, a powerful earthquake sent a building crashing on tourists in a bar on the greek island of kos. the 6.7 magnitude quick shook
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the cool spot will be the shore. even here, it's going to reach 90 degrees this afternoon. with high humidity it's going to feel like it's the upper 90s close to 100 degrees on the beach. inland 96 the high temperature. the humidity elevated for the suburbs, philadelphia, at times feel like 100 this afternoon. same story for delaware. lehigh valley up to 93 degrees today. cooler weather this weekend. have a great day. does her no good at all. >> my throat hurts. won't be in on monday. more on o.j. simpson winning parole. how people are reacting to that in the neighborhood he could live. new york to d.c. in under a half hour. elon musk's claim to his next big idea. is it one step closer to reality? first this, is "today"
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good morning. i'm vai sikahema. first alert weather day. let's get right to bill henley with your most accurate neighborhood forecast and explain why. >> temperatures will be building today. we've got clouds moving through philadelphia. still warm outside. 80 degrees in philadelphia and warmer than normal for the lehigh valley. the suburbs, south jersey and delaware. look at the warmup we're in for. by noontime today. 91 degrees. add in the high humidity. feel like 96. 99 the feels like temperature. at 4:00 this afternoon. >> thank you, bill. get a check on the roads with first alert traffic reporter . y the schuylkill is running pretty smoothly now between montgomery and girard avenue.
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we're back at 7:30, friday morning. it's the 21st of july, 2017. we take you from the control room, inside studio 1a. we have willie in for matt all week long. we start with the shakeup for the president's legal team. its spokesperson has resigned. and nbc has confirmed that marc kasowitz will no longer lead the president's outside counsel but will provide guidance. a powerful earthquakerattle turkey's coast. the deaths occurred on the island of kos, where a wall collapsed on to a crowded bar. and a frightening accident
in southern california. a red car collided with another vehicle, lost control and ended up crashing into a starbucks. seven people, suffered nonlife threatening injuries. we begin this half hour, turning back to o.j. simpson. and the question, what is next for him after being granted parole? it looks like he will be heading to florida when he is released. gabe gutierrez has that from naples. >> reporter: it's unclear where o.j. simpson will settle down. but a close friend says it's possible and there's a chance he could end up in this community. tom scotto says that simpson plans to check in with a parole officer in miami. and the state of florida must decide if simpson is eligible to serve out his parole here. this morning, questions are swirling about where o.j. simpson will spend his new life outside prison. but it appears he's heading back to the sunshine state. >> we've been made aware that you're requesting to live in florida. >> reporter: his daughter,
sydney, and son, justice, a real estate agent, live in st st. petersburg, near tampa. and he has a history in south florida. in 2000, he moved to this home in the miami area. but it wasn't long before he was back in the media spotlight. in 2001, he was acquitted in a road rage case. in 2002, he was ticketed for speeding on his boat. and in 2005, a judge ordered him to pay a fine for stealing satellite tv signals. the house he once lived in, foreclosed. but his friend, tom scotto, who lives in this gated community in naples, says there's a chance simpson could stay with him. >> we're going to go somewhere, i can't really share. i'm sorry i can't share it. >> reporter: scotto's neighbors have mixed reaction that simpson
may live down the street. >> i have no problem with it. everybody deserves a second chance. >> i think everybody deserves a second chance. but i feel he is a murderer. i don't think he belongs here. >> i would like to shake his hand. and get his autograph. >> reporter: simpson himself seems to realize that wherever he goes, attention will follow. >> i could easily stay in nevada. but i don't think you guys want me here. >> reporter: simpson could be released from prison as early as october 1st. he won't be allowed to drink alcohol to excess. and he has to submit to drug and alcohol testing. if he violates his parole, he would rearrested and sent back to nevada. >> we'll see where he ends up as early as this fall. thanks, gabe. let's get another check of the weather from al. let's start over. how is your forecast? >> it's looking good. we're going to start to see an end to the heat.
we still have 80 million people under some heat advisories or heat warning, stretching from the plains all the way to the northeast. that dome of high pressure continues to hang in there. so, we have heat indexes today, in st. louis, toppi inping 110, in atlanta, 104 in d.c. it will feel like 102 in new orleans. this weekend, temperatures dropping. 97 on saturday in kansas city. ten degrees cooler on monday. as you get into the northeast, temperatures take a tumble, as well. boston, 86. down to 72 on monday. temperatures start to moderate. that's what's going on around the country. here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. . good morning. meteorologist bill henley. another brutally hot day. the cool spot will be the shore. even here it's going to reach 90 degrees this afternoon. with high humidity it's going to
feel like it's in the upper 90s. close to 100 degrees. inland, 96 the high temperature. humidity elevated for new jersey, suburbs, philadelphia at 96 will feel like 100 this afternoon. same story for delaware. while the lehigh valley up to 93 degrees today. al, thank you very much. elon musk is at it again. the man who founded tesla, spacex and papal has he has verbal approval to build the hyperloop. >> he has not told the goffers, mayors or the federal government, as tom costello is telling us. but we do not underestimate elon musk, right? >> reporter: no. he has a great track record. and the mayor of baltimore says she's excited about the idea that maybe one day people will travel underground to go from d.c. to new york. right now, on the train tracks next to me, it takes under three hours, top speed, 150 miles pe
hour on the asell la. elan musk is talking about 700 miles per hour. his pipe dream may become reality. for an express trip in the future, take a look at hyperloop one. the whole hyperloop concept is the brainchild of elon musk. whose boring company digging a tunnel in los angeles, convinced that vacuums can move cars into sleds. he's run tests at 110 miles per hour. he discuss building loops in los angeles and along the east coast. >> d.c. to new york, you want to go the underground the entire way. >> reporter: on thursday, musk
tweeted, just received verbal government approval for the boring company to build an underground, new york, d.c., baltimore hyperloop. er have verbal approval from whom? the transportation department said they had no idea. certainly not amtrak. the white house? well, says a white house spokesman, they have talked to elon musk. and we believe our greatest solutions and ingenuity and drive from the private sector. not a signed government contract. musk acknowledged, still a lot needed to get normal approval. but here's what is cool. the hyperloop concept is much closer to reality, after a successful test in nevada. using magnetic levitation to hit
speeds of 70 miles per hour. the next goal, 250 miles per hour. elon musk promises 29 minutes from new york to d.c. and a texas loop at nearly the speed of sound. but government approval? that could be glacial. yeah. this is d.c. after all. listen right now, the current a ace acella line can't reach maximum speed. in some places, the track is dating back to the civil war. the idea of going underground may be the answer. >> dreaming of it right now. >> thank you so much. coming up next, retail giants past and present joining forces. what a new amazon deal could mean to you. and fighting back against porch pirates. >> coming up, brazen thieves
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>> reporter: it's a hail mary for sears. now, sears, which owns kmart, is closing another 20 stores this year, as online shopping surges, driving sears to the edge of bankruptcy. the company saying there's substantial doubt it can survive on its own. the amazon news sent sears stocks skyrocketing, as much as 25%. while home depot, lowe's and best buy sank. >> i'm not sure that amazon is trying to make waves. it operates with not a lot of discipline and can roll out experiments before they're fully thought out. >> reporter: sears will offer n ken moore appliances. adding to the list of smart appliances that customers can manage. the move is focused on capturing millennials who have not been
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good morning. i'm vai sikahema. it's a warm friday morning. first alert weather day. let's get right to first alert meteorologist bill henley with your most accurate forecast. >> temperatures sore right back into the 90s for much of the area. even at the shore today, ocean city starting off with temperatures in the 70s. near 80s. sunshiar afternoon. feels like temperatures close to 100 this afternoon. that goes for philadelphia and delaware too. 82 degrees in delaware. philadelphia is 82 and 76 in the lehigh valley. 82 degrees in the shore. the temperatures are going to be warming into the near 90 range. right around noontime today. vai. >> thank you, bill. take a look behind me. this is 95 at cottman avenue. both directions north and southbound not a lot of traffic. pretty light. we are dealing with a friday and
summer late july. that is no surprise. good news is no major issues to report on 95 or the schuylkill expressway. you can see though, there is a little bit of a slowup on the schuylkill eastbound if you make your way between the blue route and vine street expressway. happening today ootd victim of the bucks county killing spree is being laid to rest. viewing and funeral scheduled for jimmy patrick. 19 years old. found the remains of jimmy patrick, mark sturgis - --confe four men on his family farm. new this morning, take a look at this porch that collapsed in philadelphia east germantown neighborhood. area roped off as police were working to find out what caused the porch to fall down. no one was hurt. have another update coming up in 25 minutes. see you then.
it's 8:00 on "today." fallout, reaction pours in from o.j. simpson's parole decision. >> i spent a conflict-free life. >> when does simpson head home? we have the latest. plus, new beginning. maria menounos opens up about her stunning health scare. the challenges she's faced and how she's moving forward after surgery for a brain tumor. >> this was a gift because i needed to change my life. i needed to change the way i did everything. and celine dion's new look.
♪ when you call for me when you call on me ♪ >> how the pop star is pushing new boundaries, today, july 21st, 2017. birthday smile. >> he's here. >> who is here? >> al roker, mom. ♪ >> good morning, san diego. >> 80th birthday. you look fantastic. >> thank you. it is actually today. >> i'll have what you're having. ♪ >> happy birthday. >> good morning. welcome back to "today." it's a friday morning. willie is rounding out his week, filling in for matt. >> they're playing your song, savannah. >> i didn't know they took requests here.
we'll start with your news at 8:00. a lot going on. o.j. simpson preparing for life outside prison after serving almost nine years of a 33-year sentence for armed robbery and kidnapping. a parole board on thursday agreed to set him free. nbc's joe fryer is at the correctional facility in lovelock, nevada. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. after a 75-minute hearing that was packed with testimony from o.j. simpson, the parole board needed about 20 minutes to deliberate before voting unanimously to release him. once again, facing judgment on live tv, o.j. simpson appeared in front of cameras for the first time in four years. >> mr. simpson, i do vote to grant parole when eligible. and that will conclude this hearing. >> thank you. >> reporter: simpson was vizly with moved after a nevada parole board agreed to set him free. in testimony that appeared more regretful than remorseful, he
made his case for 75 minutes. zblooif done my time. >> reporter: showcasing frustration. >> it's mind-boggling that they turned over to me property that i'm in jail for for trying to retrieve. you know? it was my property. >> reporter: and contrition. >> nine years away from your family is just not worth it. and i'm sorry. >> reporter: simpson is serving time for the armed robbery of two sports memorabilia dealers. in court, he was supported by his sister, shirley baker, daughter arnelle, and one of the victims. >> this was a mistake. >> reporter: it was the return of the real-life reality show of o.j. simpson. 57% of the country watched in 1995 when simpson was acquitted of murdering ron goldman and nicole brown simpson. christopher darden was one of the prosecutors in his murder trial. >> he is the same o.j. i saw in 19 94. he is the narcissist.
a manipulative person. and he is inclined to blame others for his conduct. >> reporter: thursday, o.j. proved he is still the american guilty pleasure. >> there is nothing normal about o.j. simpson. but this was a normal decision. and that's a good thing for the justice system. >> reporter: an inmate trapped in the public eye, on the verge of freedom. no specific release date has been set yet. it could be october 1st. simpson says he would like to live in florida, but he needs approval from officials there, first. >> joe fryer, thank you. nbc news has confirmed a shakeup this morning with president trump's legal team. attorney mark kasowitz will no longer lead the outside counsel. but he will provide legal guidance to the president. there's reports that aides are gathering information on robert mueller's investigative team. such information might be used
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we're back. it ee's 8:10. we have the first television interview that maria menounos has given since revealing a fright iening medical diagnosis. >> what a story it is. two women in one family, showing unbelievable fight and courage. look at maria menounos today and you would never know this vibrant, beautiful 39-year-old had a brain tumor removed just last month. >> i think that this was a gift because i needed to change my life. i needed to change the way i did everything. >> it marks the end of a tumultuous year for the tv host, who recently left e! news. last september, her mother was diagnosed with stage iv brain cancer. >> i hear stage iv brain cancer
and i don't think anything is good with that. >> reporter: months after her mom's surgery, maria went to the doctor herself, complaining of dizzines dizziness, slurred speech and headaches. >> did you know there was something there that was not supposed to be? >> when i said those things out loud to him, the symptoms mirrors what my mom had. and i realized it in that moment. >> the lightbulb. after the mri, her doctors called with the results. what did he say? >> he said, i'm so sorry i have to tell you this. he said, you have a brain tumor. you need to schedule an appointment with a neurosurgeon right away. i said, okay. i started chuckling. >> laughing. >> at that point, it's like, this is a joke. how does this happen? >> reporter: maria had her own
seven-hour surgery to remove the tumor, which, luckily, was not cancerous. she's on her way to recovery. but her mom has a tough road ahead. >> my mom, i justice u. hope th can make her one of the long-term survivors. 'cause i'm worried about her. nobody ever wants to lose their mom. >> maria's mom has the same kind of brain cancer that senator john mccain has. it is particularly aggressive. but her mom says she's not worried about herself. only her daughter, maria. >> both of those women, right by each other's sides as they go through it. is there a correction, though? maria has something else. is there a connection? >> the doctor said no. and maria has a 6% chance of the tumor recuring since it's been
removed. >> the people that watched maria, her career, she looks great. >> she didn't have to save her he head. there's a scar about this long. it's super thin. the doctor did an amazing job. and they knew going in, it was probably going to be benign. her career was on the line. there was a question about how she'd be. and amazingly, she's almost fine and will be fine. >> can you imagine going through something like that? we love maria. if you want to see this conversation with megagin, sunday night on nbc. let's go to al for the weather? >> we are going to be watching severe weather. it will be a three-day event in the eastern half of the united states. a risk of strong storms from the
dakotas until illinois, 27 million folks at risk. tomorrow, it stretches out to the east coast, with 83 million at risk. that's wha good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. even on the shoer it will reach 90 degrees this afternoon with h humidity it will feel close to 96 on the beach. 96 will feel like 100 this afternoon in philadelphia. same story for delaware. the lehigh valley, up to 93 degrees today. cooler weather this weekend. have a great day. >> that's your latest weather. we got megyn to hang around for "trending."
we are doing a story what i like to call text regret. have you ever sent a text you regret? yes. text regret is real and widespread. a new survey from on second thought, 70% of people say they sent a message they wish they could take back. and sending a message and realizing. the app allows users to retract sent text messages before they're read. this got us thinking. have you ever sent a text message that you regret? we did this one. have you ever sent a text to the wrong person? the person you may have been -- >> no big deal. >> like, you're talking about that person and you sent it? >> carson has no regrets. >> you haven't? you are talking about that person and you sent the text to that person. >> maybe. >> i did it to a boss once.
i thought the boss was maybe drunk at work. and i texted. and she was like, no, i wasn't. it was a long time ago. in my youth. have you -- never have i ever texted someone because i was too afraid to just call? >> definitely. that's what texting is for. >> i would rather call the person. >> really? >> it's faster. >> i haven't made a phone call in ten years. >> that's where deborah and i get in fighting. she doesn't want me calling. >> that's a danger. >> the emojis are helping to emote. >> where is the sarcasm emoji. >> it's all about the tone. about the tone. >> never have i ever drunk texted? >> what? >> yeah. >> al, i'm starting to wonder if you've ever texted at all. >> drunk texting? >> you think you're so clever.
and you're like, what? >> i'm really dull. >> we learned a lot. >> i feel good about it. >> i do, too. >> i am feeling shameful. >> they need to be able to recall the text. five seconds you're like, what did i just do? you want to undo, clear history. we need that app. >> we need it. >> put your phone down when you're drinking. let's get to "pop start." quincy jones took the witness stand thursday in his australtr against jackson's estate. he told jurors he was cheated out of money. he claims he is owed $34 million in royalties. if he made the record, he should get paid. he is titled to the sales but not licensing revenues. move on to amy schumer.
she was performing when she brought out jessica lawrence. pretty good lineup for a great cause. that show raised money for a charity that combats sexual assault. celine dion. the singer modeled show-stopping looks from paris and fashion week. here's some video. ♪ >> there you go. that video trending on twitter this morning. the city is celine's runway. showing off her high fashion looks along the paris scenery. that's your "pop start." we move on to the daly click." meet a horse named gypsy. but something is up.
>> that's a stuffed animal. >> gypsy's owner placed a stuff horse in the pasture. at first, checking it out. is he okay with this? no. not happy with you in my pasture. >> oh, god. is wrong. >> gypsy is pregnant with her third. we hope she is kinder to her own than the stuffed species. >> every woman can relate to that. you get spicey when you're expecting. >> can sniff out a phony. let's turn to "rossen report." this morning, so-called porch pirates busted red-handed. crooks stealing packages. >> now, there's a way to catch them. jeff rossen tried it out. how it works and how it can help us. >> you have a five item a day
habit, right? this is a protenl victim. we like online shopping. packages sent to your doorstep. often, they are brought to your home while you are at work. snatching up the packages off your porch before you get home. 23 million americans have had one package stolen from their home. now, some police departments are using new technology to beat the porch pirates at their own game. brazen thieves walking up to front doors, grabbing boxes. these suspects, even tag-teaming. now, technology that can stop them in their tracks. you're doing something cool to catch the crooks. >> we are. we are putting bait packages out there. >> reporter: trying to lure them in this. >> we are.
>> reporter: this looks like a regular piece of mail. but this is an ipad. >> this has a tracker. >> reporter: we're going to do a demonstration. i'm going to steal one of these packages. and i haven't told you where i'm going. >> you have no clue i'm going to drive? >> i have no clue. but i'm confident we're going to find you. >> reporter: i arrive at the white house where the police have planted the package. off we go. okay. i have it. we're off. and remember, the cops have no idea where i'm going. just like a regular bad guy. i would be trying to get away. but the moment the package moves, the police get an alert. and little do i knower they're coming for me. they're watching me in real-time
on that gps tracker. >> package continuing. >> reporter: let's get on the highway, shall we? >> seconds later -- >> appears to be getting on southbound 17. >> from the gps, you can see it going southbound on highway 17. we're going to get on the freeway. >> they're on to me, but back in my car, i have no clue. i would be thinking i got away with it. i make a couple of turns. making a right-hand turn here. making a left. >> i'm doing everything i can to throw them off. let's get out and see. >> we can see the device is stationary at the park. we should see him shortly. >> reporter: moments later. this is incredible. they found us.
busted. so busted. >> we found you. >> reporter: you were able to follow me on the gps tracker. if i were a real thief -- >> you would be in handcuffs. >> the point is to keep people from doing it again. >> i want to keep the ipad. >> not today. >> had to try. other police departments are starting to use this technology, as well. they want thieves to know they are deploying bait boxes. see if you can get packages delivered to your workplace. ask your boss. or set upoi to be home. >> noah, do you think i can have my packages come. >> a lot of us want to see you in handcuffs. >> that will be this weekend. c
good morning. it is just about 8:30 on this friday. it is a first alert weather day. let's get right to bill henley with your most accurate forecast. >> another steamy day. temperatures right back in the 90s for pennsylvania, new jersey and delaware until 8:00 this evening. our first alert for dangerous heat at the peak level, it will feel 97 to 103 degrees afternoon. 75 degrees in the suburbs. king of prussia seeing 86 at afternoon, 90 degrees. temperatures will peak in the 90s but it will feel lik i let get a check on your
friday morning commute. >> th w i-95 northbound in bucks county right near the exit for 413. that's since been put out but you can see these residual delays. normally we see traffic like this southbound 95 headed toward center city, philadelphia. but making your way into bucks county. philadelphia today attorney general jeff sessions will speak to law enforcement about an issue on which he and the city don't see eye to eye. sessions is battling mayor jim k kenney as a sanctuary city. sessions has accused philadelphia of protecting criminals. you can get the latest news and weather with the nbc10 app. have a great day. see you at the top of the hour.
♪ thank you, savannah. >> hi. >> it's 8:30 on a friday morning. good morning, everybody. let's do a selfie. great summer morning out on our plaza. so nice. so many good folks out here. we have a great friday concert. a week from today, fitz and the tantrums. >> danielle and abbe, they're from maryland. you know who they want to be when they grow up? >> who is danielle? and who is abby? >> i'm danielle. >> you are? >> abby. >> i heard you maybe wanted to read a tease. you want to read something on the teleprompter.
okay. can you see that? come closer, john. can you tell us what's coming up next? >> how to save big on money and calories by making your own restaurant favorites at home. >> you're tired. >> you say that's coming up next. >> all about cooking this half hour, also ahead we're going to show you why skewers are the way to go at your next barbecue. >> you're hired, too. >> my gosh. >> be here 4:30 tomorrow morning. weekend anchor. and you're doing "pop start" on monday. >> thank you so much. >> well done. >> as abby and danielle would say, first, al, a check of the weather. >> anybody could do the weather. dangerous heat in the midsection of the country. sunshine along the west coast. look for that monsoonal moisture
to continue in the southwest. as we look towards sunday, sunday, we have severe storms along the east coast. wet weather through the gulf. and building heat in the pacific northwest. sunny in the plains and along the west coast. good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. another brutally hot day. the cool spot will be the shore. but even here it will reach 90 degrees this afternoon and it will feel like close to 100 degrees on the beach with the humidity. humidity elevated for new jersey, suburbs, for philadelphia. the 96 will feel like 100 this afternoon. same story for delaware. the lehigh valley up to 93 degrees today. cooler this weekend. have a great day. >> this is really unusual. normallynormally the 49th strees bigger. but we have a huge crowd on 48th
street. want to remind you, don't forget, anytime you need your weather, especially this weekend, make sure you check it out on the weather channel on cable. what's your name? >> ashley. >> ashley. >> where are you from? >> now, let's head back inside to savannah. >> al, thank you. now, to our special series. loving this. all about the ties between food and money. we call it "cutting calories/saving cash." we showed you how to cult costc at the grocery store. i love the whole thing. >> thank you. >> i love it, too. >> the two "j"s taking over. a lot of times, i know i do. i like to go to a restaurant and call cakeotakeout. you can really save money and calories. >> so much. we picked three of the most popular dishes at restaurants
across the country. you can feed your whole family for the cost of a single entree. >> not just the cost. but when you know what you're putting into it, you're going to save calories, right? >> we're going to slash the cost and the calories. lobster mac and cheese. can we make it at home? >> we can make it at home. and when you go to a restaurant to buy this, you will pay $18 for a single portion. at momehome, it's $3.60. >> lobster is expensivexpensive. >> you are taking six ounces and streding it across six portions. >> all those are on the website. i took whole grain elbows and made a yummy lightened up sharp shedder sauce. then, i took advantage of frozen
lobster on sale. i steamed it. we're going the mix it in here. then, you're going to transfer that into your casserole dish. but to elevate the deliciousness, i make broccoli bread crumbs the i'm going to sprinkle it on top of the casserole. i want you to taste this. >> okay. give me the calorie breakdown. >> in a restaurant, the calories would be 1,310 calories. at home, 480 calories. >> and it is tasty. >> isn't that great? look at the size of the portion. >> my mouth is full. our next meal? >> barbecue brisket. barbecue, a huge trend right now. you go to a restaurant, and send
$17, $18, for a restaurant portion. we factored in a side of kale to this brisket. you're going to spend less than $5 a serving. >> it's three-times more expensive if you go out. >> you can cook this, savannah. we are using my magic pot. you take about three pounds of brisket. and i trimmed all of the fat. that's something they're not going to do for you in the restaurant. then, you take a dry rub. this is cumin and cayenne, garlic powder and salt and pepper. then, we're going to place it in the magic pot. >> you do the rub on both sides? >> yes. it goes right in the pot. >> that brisket weighs more than you. then, you put on barbecue sauce and worcestershire sauce.
you will move it around, and set it on low eight to nine minutes. >> eight to nine minutes? >> eight to nine hours. >> i'm going to taste that. that's easy. i love that. >> together with the sauteed kale, a restaurant version would cost you 1,000 calories. this version, 365 calories. >> not bad, right? >> really good. >> we have fried chicken. another trend, with a side of mashed potatoes. it is less than $3 a serving when you make it at home, compared to about $15 to get it. >> if you went to a restaurant. >> you're going to get that same, delicious, sort of fried satisfaction. >> sort of fried. >> you take your chick nl, thighs, drumsticks, breasts.
you're going to let it marinate in butter milk. >> then, you have three-step dipping process. seasoned whole grain flower, then, egg whites with hot sauce or milk. then, i have seasoned panko bread crumbs. you put it on your baking sheet. >> i'm going to taste it. we're out of time. it looks delicious. >> in a restaurant, 1,100 with the smashed potatoes. my version, 340 calories and this, by the way, is smashed cauliflower. >> this is your best one. it's really good. thank you so much. just ahead, keeping your cool on a hot day. we're talking summer etiquette to handle everything from company parties to vacation stress. "rst, this is
back, now, at 8:40. your calendar is filled with backyard barbecues and beach vacations. >> sometimes the fun times can lead to awkward social situations. so, mr. manners, thomas farrelly, is here, and he's going to help us work through uncomfortable encounters. good morning. >> good morning. >> we all have a series of anecdotes and you tell us what we should do. the first one is, you're on vacation, you have a beach house for a week with other couples and they have kids. everyone gets along great. but there's one guy or gal who doesn't pitch in. just doesn't help, doesn't do anything. what do you do? >> we're going to call him sloby steve. maybe you only like the one spouse but you have to deal with the other spouse, as well. if you've gone on vacation before, create a spread sheet with work chores.
>> yes. >> and that everybody sign up. post it in the kitchen. there's no shirking the duties. you have to pitch in. what works for you at home is fine. but on vacation with friends, everybody needs to pitch in. >> i would repress it. i do -- i would be doing steve's chores. >> i'm do it, steve. >> let's move it to one here with parents looking to fill the days with kids. play dates are popular. sometimes a parent will drop their child off and say see you at the end of the day? is that okay? >> leave them all day larry. not completely unacceptable. your child is not a coat that you leave at the dry cleaner to pick up when you feel like. a couple of hours, five hours is ridiculous. you need to put your foot down. >> unless you said um front, i need some help today. >> different story.
>> summertime, good time for reunions. let's say it's girls get away. one friend is weaseling out of paying. how do you figure out a way to get her to chip in? >> do we have a name for her? >> you know it. it's cheap skate cindy. >> she can drink, too. >> she chips in, saying i only had a soda. here, we love all-inclusive vacations. so, do a diy version of that. here's our budget. everyone, this is your share. you pay up front and there's no pulling out the wallet every time and no awkwardness. >> summer office parties. get togethers. they're co-workers, though. in our case, it's difference. but a lot of work environments, you're not the closest of friends. what's the proper attire?
>> it's important to be able to loosen up a little bit. >> should i wear a bikini? >> i think you should wax first. >> done and done. >> i would not recommend that. if you have a vavoom vilma -- >> these are getting better. >> you want to be aware that this is the impression that people are going to carry away from your party. test out your swimsuit. test it out in advance. wear it in your shower at home, so you see what it looks like wet. >> wow. >> that's a lot of research. >> especially if it's a new swimsuit. >> does vavoom vilma do this? >> she doesn't care. >> ten women named vilma were just hired across the country. >> this brings up a good point, because summertime work. we know that sun dresses are in
and sandals. what if you have a co-worker that dresses like a beach vacation. >> one of the things i hear, is so many workplaces are at business casual, people don't know what the dress code is. it's not up to you to dictate someone else's dress code. let h.r. take care of it. it's not your duty. >> i'm for that. don't confront. >> thomas, thank you. we're going to bust out the skewers. great summer grilling. >> he said sweep it under the rug sally over here. decemb recipes you can try this weekend. first, this is "today" on nbc. it will come out in th
welcome back. this morning on "today food," summer grilling, skewers. here with kebab recipes and hacks is michael. he opened up monkey tail in hollywood, florida. good to see you. >> thanks. good to see you. let's talk about our ingredients first. >> i want to show you simple, easy things to do at home. it's what we do in the run a. but the novice at home, really good for parties, hors d'oeuvres and appetizers. it's skewers. we're going to start out with a chicken one. take chicken wings. i like to put it in a brian. a cup of water. >> how far ahead are you going this, michael? >> this is perfect to do 2 hours or 24 hours. and then, you put the salt in.
this will give you flexibility when you cook it. >> that's the thing about the skewers, you think they're easy. but often, the meet is overcooked. >> this is a great trick. things that don't have as much fat, put it in the brian. you want to do turkey as another thing. put it in there. and when you cook it, it's nice and easy. we're going to take some wings and we're going to secure them up. put it right through there. >> you soak the skewers. that's important, why? >> every time you put it on the grill, it burns. every time you burn it. it's not fun. if you soak it in water, it keeps it from burning. we use bamboo skewers.
one of the things you want to make sure you're not secukeweri all the way out. scallops, you're going to take it, cut it in half. take two skewers. if you don't have scallops, you can use shrimp or squid. if you make them flat. >> how does this taste? >> the chicken wings are awesome. >> you do it the long way. >> another item at home, a steak. a fillet here. you want to cut it into cubes. if you just caught them in cubes. >> then, do you season this up, as well?
>> yeah. something like this, you need one skewer. all you do is put some salt on there, pepper on there. and we have it here. >> keep it simple, salt and pepper. >> exactly. it gets to the grill. and i put aluminum foil on the grill. it prevents everything from sticking, getting too hot and creating a mess. >> you don't get the flare-up on the flame, right? >> yes. >> put the kebabs on there. you can put the fish on the grill, on the aluminum foil which i like. and the meat. the aluminum foil is going the prevent this from burning. >> you like the chicken on the foil, too? >> yes. >> i like to show you what y yakaturi sauce. >> which one do we like best? >> i like the scallops. >> you're going to put a little
marin, soy sauce and some sugar. you cook that for 15 minutes. that's just the teriyaki sauce. and this is what it's going to look like. we go back to the grill -- >> while they're cooking, you give them business? that's great. >> you put it in your pantry, doesn't need to be refrigerated. put it in there, it's ready to go. >> can i taste one now? >> the chicken, the steak, the scallops. >> my wife is going to say, where is my spritzer bottle. >> tonight for the grill. for the full recipes, go to our website, today.com/food. we're back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc. ♪ end of throat surgery. guided you through recovery. joe tastes just as sweet to us, as it does to you. we join you.
we're back with an update on our search for today's summer -- >> we asked to see your photos capturing the essence of the season. each week, we're having you vote for yours. and the photographer whose photo earns the most votes will be invited to the plaza for one of our summer concerts. some of our favorites. this is vicki, with her dog, drying off, after a long swim.
son and daughter jump for joy in utah. beautiful image there. david, doubled up on a vjet ski. and jolinda's family got jumbled up. you can cast your vote and more. go to today's summer moment. you go to today.com and share your photos using #summermoment. >> the quality of the photos. there's some good ones. i'm glad you're voting not us. what's coming up? >> harry styles from one direction. he does a terrific job. he's in the movie "dunkirk," which i recommend this weekend. and giada with farm fresh finds from you. and oz pearlman. it will be a big show. >> we need some of the carson
good morning. just about 9:00 a.m. and we have issued a first alert for today's dangerous heat, second day in a first. let's get right to first alert meteorologist bill henley with details. >> temperatures soar again today for pennsylvania, new jersey and delaware. first alert is until 8:00 this evening. starting in the evening you'll experience feel-like temperatures of 97 to 103.
seeing clouds moving through philadelphia. they'll keep on going and temperatures will climb into the 90s. clouds extend into delaware and into burlington county in new jersey. already 82 in philadelphia and delaware. 81 in the suburbs. 85 degrees at the shore. thank you, bill. the philadelphia corporation for aging has activated its heat line. you can call 215-765-9040. to get suggestions on how to cope with the hot temperatures. let's get a check on traffic with nbc10 first alert traffic report katy zachry. >> a crash cleared on 76 eastbound right in the area of city ave and route 1 southbound. that is clear. taking a look at 95 northbound, there is an issue between girard avenue and allegheny avenue with a disabled vehicle slowing
things down a little bit. today kids and their parents can rock out at the smith memorial playground in philadelphia's fairmount park. the music festival continues tonight with performances by two family-friendly rock bands. visitors can also enjoy food trucks and art stations at that event. we'll have another update in 25 minutes. get the latest news and weather with the nbc10 app. have a great day, and we'll see you at the bottom of the hour.
this morning on "today's take," harry styles moving in his film debut. and oz pearlman's mind bending. and giada with a summer recipe you can make now. >> from nbc news, this is "today's take." live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> it is friday, yeah. july 21st, 2017. you're listening to "lay it on me" by vance joy. i've not heard it. >> i recommend you finding it this weekend. >> i like this. >> you look good today.
is this a new suit? >> no. i've worn this before. >> he's dapper. >> and a denim pocket square. >> it looks like it. >> however you lay it, you're chic. >> i wore a bright color for grandma. she said, you wore navy blue today. and yesterday, you wore black with flow erflowers. you're wearing too many dark colors. >> will you text her right now? >> grandma doesn't text. she keeps her cell phone off until she needs it. then, she turns it on. >> then, she gives you an outfit. >> my mom used to do that. she would keep her cell phone off. and i would call her. i had it off. what's the point of having the phone? i may as well try it. >> we're on long distance. >> those days are over.
>> yeah. grandma, you have unlimited. nobody. i don't want them sending me an extra bill. >> you look beautiful in red. >> will grandma like my look? >> i just -- you just lie for me? i can't take it this week. i can't. okay? >> i saw your -- you did a post yesterday. first of all, they told me you have a truck hack? >> we're doing a special for the weather channel called weather hacks. what to do in the heat and severe storms. this one is fun. you don't have a pool nearby. and you've got a friend with a pickup truck. you get a tarp and you put it in the back. >> and fill it with water? >> and fill it with kids. >> that's funny. >> that water won't ruin the truck? >> no because you have a tarp in it.
>> and it stays. >> it stays. >> my favorite thing is that you have two lounge chairs. >> a little beach area. >> and the kid's faces couldn't be happier. >> that's one happen. and you have a food hack. >> not a hack so much. everybody has been talking about the spiralizer. and when i was shooting that, i was in montclair, new jersey, and they had one of the spiralizers. last night, i came home after doing my shoot, and i made a tomato sauce, with zoodles. and you put the sauce on top. chicken meatballs. >> he -- we've been talking a lot because al usually makes this coffee that i lover for. today, he's not drinking coffee. he's on a detox.
trying to get healthy after the fourth of july. >> to be perfectly honest, leila's college application thing was very stressful. >> you destress. >> i gained like 25 pounds. >> you did not? >> i swear i did. >> he made me this amazing protein shake. cheers. >> you didn't want it. >> he left me out. that's fine. can i tell you a true story -- >> by the way, grandma ma -- >> the last time al told you it was a nice dress, it was a color. i don't dress for al roker. >> who do you dress for? >> here's a question for you -- who knows your wardrobe better, me or your husband? >> that's true. al roker and grandma. very much. this is a true story. yesterday, i had company over, cousin and some family members. somehow, i volunteered to cook. and you know. come on over. i'll cook or whatever. i only cook salmon.
and they brought over extra things. i have to show you what i ended up eating yesterday. greens, deviled eggs, beapeach cobbler. >> what else? >> sweet potatoes. >> is there butter in those? >> yeah. everybody was trying to be healthy. i'm in the kitchen by myself. on the far left, you have the peach cobbler. have you ever gotten a fork. and you put the foil back on it? >> yes. >> one more bite. and i get on instagram. and i saw your post. with if -- >> and you felt guilty? >> i felt so guilty. >> that wasn't the point. >> you can't leave a southern girl alone with peach cobbler. >> clean in '17. >> i saw joy, our nutritionist. she wants me to e-mail her
tonight everything i eat today. >> come on. it's friday. but it's friday. yeah. jenna picked everybody up. >> physically. >> i know. i don't know how this started yesterday, except that i do know i got a big bruise because i picked sheinelle up. there it is. and the facial expression is very strange. >> why did you pick sheinelle up? >> i don't remember. we were doing a boomerang. and it would be funny if i lifted you. >> now, it's turned into a thing. jenna is picking people up. >> i want to see what my limits are. somebody said, you're strong. am i strong? let's see who can i lift? >> i lifted tammy. >> trying to get her instagram. >> she's our executive producer. >> that's the two of you. >> look at her.
>> she just joined instagram. she has 84 followers. that's good. we want to see if we can double that today. tammy.filler. >> i said, who was the person who had the -- guy named michael gelman. >> you picked up gavin. are we not showing that one? >> you picked up gavin? >> we got it. >> no. i did it better than that. >> there we go. >> no. >> that's more like cradling. that's a cradling. >> also, my face. gavin says it all. >> i think you can pick up giada. >> you want me to lift you? >> ye, you can. >> are you kidding? >> come here. come on.
>> jenna, use your legs. >> she's been -- it's all about the core. >> only because i haven't had breakfast. >> i can lift you up with a pinkie. >> really? >> yeah. she's nothing. >> that's not good for your back. >> where it's not great for, is right here. >> giada, you're tiny. >> that's amazing. >> i don't know how it became a thing. but can it end? >> can you pick up tina? hey, tina. come out over here. and tina is a bodybuilder. >> tina's like -- >> wait. look at tina. >> i'm heavy. >> you're not. >> here we go. >> one, two. >> yeah. all right. >> okay. >> i don't know -- >> wait. >> oh. yes. boom.
that's how we roll. >> how did this become something? when did this turn into something. >> in the meantime, tammy.filler. >> tammy is the one that makes us do stuff like this. >> she picked you up and did a spin. tammy. >> tina, that's what i'm talking about. >> you're strong because my own husband can't lift me like that. he tried. >> well, he's an accountant. >> he's not an accountant. but he does do my taxes. >> for all of the accountants out there, that are strong -- >> i am into accountants. i find them -- i don't -- there is something wrong with it. but my husband is not an account taunt. >> if you're an accountant, come on down. see if you can get picked up by jenna. >> no. >> you know what's going to happen? i know people are going to --
>> can i try to lift al? >> no. >> she says she can lift you. >> what about me? i'm as strong as tina. maybe i'm not as strong as tina. >> you are not as strong as tina. >> look at tina. show him your arms. >> let's see your arms. >> bang. >> did you just have spinach? >> i'm not as strong as tina. tina, i apologize. we can arm wrestle later. >> she would break your arm. up next, have you searched out an ex, online? find out if any of us have done it. you totanobody's hurt, new car. but there will still be pain.
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this just in, went from 84 followers to more than 1,000. >> let's double that number. >> and stop by al roker while you're at it. >> exactly. >> here's an interesting one. can you searched an ex's new significant other on social media? >> i would say yes. but don't tell anybody. >> yes. >> have you ever? >> what about an ex? >> i know what my ex is doing. >> aren't you curious to see? >> a high school girlfriend? >> no. >> i didn't have any girlfriends in high school. that's all right. let's not swell on that. according to a new survey, 46%
of millennials admit to checking out an ex's girlfriend or boyfriend. my mom says, i did the most fun thing. i googled my ex-boyfriend. >> your mother. >> yeah. what did you find? >> sadly, one of them had passed away. she found an obit. that's what happens -- that's what happens when you're 70 years old, googling ex-boyfri d ex-boyfriends. i know. all right. >> everybody's done it. >> you've done it. >> i will say this. >> everybody still alive? >> as long as the relationship ended well, and there's no drama, you wish them the best. i see them with their kids and current wives. >> do you think that could have been my kid? >> i love you whisper that. >> we're wearing microphones. >> people hear us.
>> that last topic, led us to play a game. >> tammy.filler. >> we're going to ask a series of relationship questions. if we've done it, we put up the "o" symbol. it's called xs and os. >> i'm nervous. >> have you ever dated the ex of a friend? >> no. >> a friend dated my ex. >> are you still friends? >> yes. >> really? >> have you ever kept something after a breakup that your ex wanted back? >> no. >> what was it? >> a ring.engaged. it was a promise ring. >> hopefully -- i had a house. >> those are grown people problems.
>> i wasn't 18. >> okay. go. >> have you ever pretended not to see an ex when you spotted them in a room? >> no. i don't think so. >> are you doing the funky chicken? >> kind of both. >> the answer is yes. >> you see him in a party. >> all right. have you ever been with an ex after you were broken up? >> yeah. >> why? >> just happened. >> can it be that -- unplanned? >> everything is unplanned. >> then, sure. >> that's "o." >> do the weather. >> think i good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. another brutally hot day. the cool spot will be the shore.
but even here it will reach 90 degrees this afternoon. with the humidity, it will feel close to 100 this afternoon. same story for delaware. lehigh valley up to 93 degrees today. cooler this weekend. >> all right. >> i cook my shoes off for al. one, two, three. >> okay. i'm falling down now. >> okay. >> that's your latest weather. >> up next -- >> i needed more strength. >> duh. >> tina cup. >> tina? tina. tina. tina tina. >> come on, tina. come onbt, na can pick me up. here we go.
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audiences around the country with the magic of the mind. >> tgif. summer weekends are the best. you're at the pool. you're drinking. let's get some drinks. let's do it. we have colas. we have some beverages. >> orange juice. >> we don't need iced tea. let's do it. open some up, al. >> you want some help? >> give me help. >> can you pour a little toll la. get the booze going. >> okay. >> al had some, it seems. >> okay. >> poor some wine. here's what i want to do. the audience i want to see what went where. the wine, the cola, the beer and the o.j. i don't want to see. and the best human blindfold is hands. let's move a little closer.
anybody talking to my ears? >> no. look at the cups. this isn't reading the mind. and you're digging into my corneas. go back and forth, i want you to pick one up, and take a sip. >> point to the beverage container. >> we're doing that. >> and it seemed like it was a little tart, like orange juice. doesn't hit the spot on the tongue. how did i do on that one? >> you did well. >> and, sheinelle, anything you want. any of the five cups. you go back. she didn't like the cola. that didn't hit the spot at all. al, they think i'm hearing your lips. be specific here. feel around and grab one of the cups and have a sip. anything you want. have a sip of something.
ask did you do it, al? this guy likes to stay healthy. how am i doing? >> mix those up. mix those up. jenna, cover me up. >> okay. >> america doesn't know, which one is which. >> i like that al wouldn't drink from the one that sheinelle did. >> it's sheinelle, actually. >> pick up any of the three cups. pick one up and have a sip. >> did he do it? >> pick up a different cup. any other cup and have a sip. i don't know if he liked that. and any other cup. third cup, finally, and have a sip. here's what i think happened. al started with the water. went to the orange juice again, tasted good. and it's friday, with a little beer at the end of the glthree r three. >> one more thing.
you have not gotten to play. let's flip the script. she's been pushing my eye balls in. instead of the "today" show giving us the choices -- >> okay. >> real quick. >> close your eyes. think of drink that would hit the spot for you this weekend. see how she did it with her lips. what did you think of? what was the drink that would hit the spot. >> a spicy margarita. >> no way. >> what? >> thank you so much. >> thank you so much. coming women are amazing. >> thank you so much. coming our bodies grow babies... we run marathons... ...companies. ...solve problems. how? we eat. we eat almonds, strawberries, quinoa and yeah...we eat chocolate. we eat in sweatpants... in skirts. we eat alone...
and together. women eat. we don't doubt it. we own it. special k. coming up on 9:30. good morning, i'm tracy davidson. it is hot outside already. let's get you updated on what's going to happen today with first alert meteorologist bill henley. >> most of the area already in the 80s, 82 and climbing in philadelphia. clouds are moving through but they'll keep on going. we'll get our sunshine. near 90 degrees at noon time and 94 and climbing at 3:00 this afternoon. 81 in the suburbs right now. still in the 70s but not for long in the lehigh valley. it will warm into the low 90s for the lehigh valley, middle 90s for new jersey, philadelphia and delaware. it will feel like it is near 100 this afternoon. the city of allentown is helping people stay cool. city pool admission fees are now
relouised for residents. price cuts vary depending on the pool you attend. they will be in effect every day a heat advise rory is in effect like today. we're taking a look at the blue route at ridge pike. right side of the screen, this traffic is moving northbound, we're seeing moderate traffic, light to moderate traffic. it is really a good day to travel. going to the poconos or the shore, this hour is a good time to do it. on 95, look out for disabled vehicles northbound between girar and allegheny. we got if you video of a fire that continues to burn. hot and dre conditions are fueling the fire. we're told the smoke is now dripping into atlantic county. the fire has scorched so far 1,000 acres, no homes or businessed are in danger.
this morning on "today food," farm fresh finds, good to cook with veggies in season. giada is here with a light fish dish for summer. >> i'm not picking you up. not happening. >> thank you. >> i just can't. >> but you can do this. >> yeah. that, i can do. you want to do it? >> you betcha. >> you're a big cook. you like salmon? >> i think jenna might like salmon. >> i'm half done. >> you do lemon seth and mustard. you whisk that together, and you're done. >> wow. >> that's the way to go. >> it's really good. salmon and chicken are the two
proteins that most people request. ideas for it. sheinelle is saying, i need to find out what people serve it with. >> why are you doing it without the skin? >> people freak out. >> i won't eat it without the skin. >> do you like the skin? >> i do. but most people will say, what's that? you want to put it in some oil. the pan should be hot. you let it sere for a couple minutes. and when we film it, you can flip yours and i will flip mine. really golden brown. and then, you pop it in the oven. >> really? >> that way, you don't make a lot of smell. it's all about that smell. you put it in the oven. 400 degrees for five, six minutes. depending on how your salmon? >> i like mine kind of rare.
i'm making some orzo. >> i do like orzo? >> while t you saute shallots and bell pepper. when that is cooked down -- >> i love when al does the spots because he does all of the work. >> we just eat. >> amazing. whatever vegetables you have in season. you mix that all together. and it comes over here. you finish it with lemon juice. adding flavor with not a lot of fat. and mint. >> love mint. >> if you like baby kale, dump that in there. your greens, your protein and your carb. and we have one minute. i'm going to put the sauce down first. >> this sauce is sommy. >> a little bit of that.
you can put -- i guess i'm not. do that. dump some of that on top of that. and salmon on topan a little bi. this isn't part of your diet, but go. >> it's clean. >> clean in 2017. >> cannot beat that. >> happy summer. >> thank you so chup, to make t recipes at home, check out today.com/food. catch sunday, when she and bobby flay return for the season of "food network star." he is one of the world's biggest music stars. harry styles may be the next big movie sr in his work in "dunkirk" is any indication. we're going to catch up with harry and the other cast
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dynamo," which is an integral part of history. a lot of men were taken from dunkirk beach and brought home by civilian ships. >> fin, this was a huge breakout feature film debut for you. talk about being on a high-profile set. you're a dream team, essentially. what was that like for you? i feel the brotherhood. talk about that. >> it was interesting. how did you find it? i don't know. >> this was your feature film debut, harry. were you nervous? how did you approach this? >> yeah, i was nervous.
it's really different, i think. it was a lot of fun. i loved it. one of the best experiences. >> we held our breath a long time. you play a royal air force pilot. i can only imagine that shoot. were you filming in the air? look at the shots. >> yeah. we were. that's me in the air. >> i was watching an interview yesterday, there was somebody else in there. there were times when i was watching. i was nauseous. i had to look away. i can't imagine doing that. >> everybody got a bit -- >> how was it that? was it insane? >> we had some of the best people in the world working on this. and the pilots were no exception. i think byron did a great job as
a pilot. it turns out he can act, as well. >> tell me this. there were pretty intense scenes where you're underwater. talk about that for you guys. it was probably a challenge. >> yeah, it was. we got tested with our swimming skills many times. you never knew what wave was going to hit you. you have to stay on the ground. >> he was on a boat. >> he was on a boat. but they kept him on there. never knew what he might be. >> it would be different if you were in there with wet suits. but you had the -- costumes. but the uniforms, exactly. >> did it -- exactly. you are a mess. if i was a teacher, i would have lost control of the class. i will say this, in all seriousness, did it sink in for
you guys, the gravity of the situation? what it must have been like for all these soldiers. >> it's not lost on you. >> i think we grew up knowing something about it because it is a part of our history. it's hard not to be able to respect the place that this story come from and treat it with respect. >> you can tell, you put your heart and soul into it. what's it like when you're sitting in the theater and you know what's going to happen. talk to me about that. >> i didn't know what was going on. i'm being honest with you. >> seriously? why is that? >> it was intense, wasn't it? >> we get given a script. and every day, we have to shoot all the stuff. and we don't know what chris is
going to do in the edit, either. we'll see what he's brought to it all. it's great and thrilling. you didn't know what was going to happen next, even though we read the script. >> congratulations, you guys. "dunkirk" is a fun bunch. >> you can tell. ? al, what about the weather? >> see that we have for you. the severe storms to the great lakes, down in the gulf coast. monsoonal moisture along the southwest. along the west coast, things looking good. let's look at sunday, sunday. more severe weather makes its way into the northeast and into new england. sunshine around the great lakes. building heat in the pacific northwest. good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley.
another brutally hot day. the cool spot will be the shore. but even here it will reach 90 this afternoon. with the high humidity, it will feel close to 100 degrees on the beach. inland, 96 the high temperature. humidity elevated for new jersey, the suburbs, philadelphia. the 96 will feel like 100 this afternoon. lehigh valley, up to 93 degrees today. cooler this weekend. have a great day. >> that's your latest weather. up next, two people who are always on the cutting edge of fashion. >> of course. >> our producers, gavin and kate. that's gavin in the jacket. >> i don't know what to think about it. >> four of summer's boldest trends. by bold, we mean, yikes. thumbs up, thumbs down, after these messages. tech: when you schedule with safelite autoglass, you get time for more life. this family wanted to keep the game going. son: hey mom, one more game? tech: with safelite, you get a text when we're on our way.
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>> what is boohoo. >> it's the website you want to go to. >> b-o-o-h-o-o. >> how do you spell boohoo? >> nobody said to bring in al's mic. what's going on? second of all, it could have a dash or hyphen. >> it's still b-o-o-h-o-o. >> i didn't realize you were playing. >> that makes the difference? >> yes. >> you're going to be safe with me. >> yes. >> you look beautiful, katrina. we say thumbs up. thumbs down for al roker. >> i say thumbs up, too. >> did you like it? >> next up, another staffer, megan. >> megan. >> beautiful in the bold yellow. >> this isn't about subdued. this is bold, vibrant yellow. thumbs up, thumbs down? >> for me or everybody else?
>> how do you feel about it? >> i like it. >> it's bright. she comes in the room, i want to talk to her. >> you look beautiful, megan. and you can wear them with different. but black and yellow can look bee-like. >> how do you spell bee? [ laughter ] >> oh, al. that was rough. >> you know? >> b-e? >> b-e-a. >> there you go. >> thank you. >> you look beautiful. >> and jenna just had yellow on yesterday. did you see that? >> you're on trend, then. >> it was a very beyonce -- >> your lemonade moment. >> don't go bashing any windows with a baseball bat. >> now, we have kate. >> one of my favorites. >> stop. >> looking very beautiful. this is the frayed denim. these jeans are $39. it's all about the frayed hem.
but we're with the elevated heel. >> are you going to stay in it? >> she looks fantastic and ready for when they film "grease 3." finally, gavin. we're doing floral prints for men. i'm going with thumbs um, you guys. >> you're looking really nice. >> gavin is loving it. >> i like it. >> you would wear that out with for a date? >> yeah. >> i'm saying thumbs up. >> my mother's coverlet from the
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86 in new jersey. 87 degrees in delaware. in the 90s this afternoon but those feels-like temperatures will peak near 100 even at the shore where it will be up to 90 this afternoon. the philadelphia corporation for aging has activated the heat line. 215-765-9040. jot it down. call that number to get suggestions on how to cope with the hot temperatures. now let's get you updated on the roads. >> a lot of people are thinking about the shore. bill even mentioned temperatures at the shore. this is the garden state parkway. if you look through that blur, brilliantly sunny day. very few cars on the road. it is a great time to get out, go to the shore or poconos because we aren't seeing manile issues around there. most of our majors are in the green. philadelphia police are looking for two intruders who murdered a man in a wheelchair during a home invasion.