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are you ready for words of wi sdom? >> so ready, hody. >> here it is. "you can do anything, but not everything." that is by david allen who is a productivity consultant. >> i liked it before. >> that i should haven't said the whole thing. >> but it's by anonymous. now it sounds better. >> you can do anything -- >> but not everything. people try to do everything. there's nothing you can't but just don't try to do all of it. >> and not all of the same time. can a woman have it all? yes, but not all the time. >> exactly. all right. so i don't know that we need to show this but there is a lovely tribute to not only me and frank in this week's "people" magazine but also to our sweet savannah and her precious little baby so we want to thank them for that. >> that is beautiful. that hits newsstands today. >> tomorrow, i think, hody. it says friday.
i think it says -- not day after tomorrow. >> you're one of those people who reads. >> not very well. so merck's got talent. >> there was a girl on "america's got talent." her name is ariel and she sang in a way that was unexpected. she's just 12 years old and before we show you this clip we should let you know she has never, ever had a professional voice lesson in her life. >> okay. >> let's take a look. >> just -- >> she's like jackie' advantage co-. remember her? oh, my gosh, it's amazing. >> sometimes -- i don't want to tell people not to go out and get training because training is so important. but care lee kara lee carmello never took
a lesson. never took an acting lesson or voice lesson. sometimes if you get the wrong teachers they can mess you up. it's very important. it's like going to a goo doctor, the right doctor. make sure you go to the right one if you're going to go. she has a god given gift. >> they'll find out whether or not she made it through the next round. how could she not have made it through the next round? i don't know. we'll call howie if she doesn't. okay? >> okay, hody. there are words you need to eliminate from your vocabulary, apparently. >> there are some words people say get rid of them, mainly because they're overused. >> overused or improperly used. they're all, except for one, a good worth on their own if used proper. >> i muse.com came up with this list. the these are words you should stop saying. "honestly." >> what is your assistant kathy ryan say. >> kathy ryan always goes "honestly, hoda, i'm exhausted. request zblts and she has such a
long island accent. >> i do think -- some people say -- and this isn't the case for kathy ryan but people say if you say honestly what comes after it often is not the truth. i honestly thought it was fun. [ laughter ] >> but what about the song. i honestly love you ? >> well, that sounds like it's probably true. the other words are "absolutely." you know how you that? >> i like absolutely. >> it's reaffirming. >> no middle ground. no gray area. absolutely. >> "really." >> or it is "really?" >> or it "i really love that"? >> not just love it but i really love it. >> why couldn't you really love it. >> it's like the next word coming up. "amazing."
that word is used to death. "these cards are amazing." >> how about literally. >> oh, yeah. >> i like literally because it means exactly what it says. >> but if you said honestly you would definitely mean it for telling the truth. tammy, our executive producer also when she says honestly she means she's about to drop a big bomb. >> so what are you saying about kathy ryan your assistant. >> kathy says it because it's fun. i don't know. >> now i couldn't get through a show if i couldn't say "stuff." >> "stuff" is a word you shouldn't use. >> i love stuff. >> i am so fond of stuff. and "things" too, right? >> but mainly "stuff." and the last word, please don't use this -- >> and this is not a word. >> "irregardless." >> irregardless, stop saying this.
so it's donald trump versus heidi klum. >> i was going to say fill in the blank but okay. >> so anyway, so trump was doing -- >> what are we going to do with the donald? >> he was doing an interview with the "new york times" when he was asked about his comments about women and he said -- and this is his quote -- "i find women to be amazing." >> amazing! >> by the way he also says amazing a lot. >> but then he admitted that sometimes he goes far, then he added this. "heidi klum, sadly she's no longer a 10." >> who says that? [ laughter ] honestly. who says that? [ laughter ] >> so so look at how she responded. this is what she posted on her facebook page. >> she's got perfect tone. >> and donald would get a kick out of that, too. >> later heidi told access
hollywood "i have no idea what i have to do with the election" and that give women a number isn't funny at all. she said women who give their kids lunches and drive them to plays, we do so much in my book, every woman is a 10. >> to which i believe donald would say she's right. she's right. donald has been tweeting a lot about fran and saying lovely things. i want him to know that i appreciate that. the donald that we know is so different from the donald you see on tv. frank knew him since he was 14 years old. yeah. >> oh, my gosh. >> because frank knew his father fred. and so donald and our family have -- >> it's a long history. >> it's a long history. you need a friend? can i tell you, the first phone call you make is to donald trump. and i will tell you a story one day that will curl your toes about something donald did for me. so every time you're just sort
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it scored her that elusive emmy statue. >> it sure did. and these days among other things susan is making her mark on prime time in the lifetime series "devious maids" playing the wealthy socialite genevieve -- is that how it's pronounced? and she found herself in a bit of a conflict with her housekeeper. >> there's only one way to handle it. it's called couples counseling. take a look. >> recently there's been a little hiccup in our relationship. >> she fired me. >> i briefly fired her. but i've apologized several times and she still won't come back to work. >> after 20 years together? you threw me aside for a man. >> i hardly threw you. does it look like i could throw her? [ laughter ] >> so fun! always a little tongue in cheeky. >> it's such good writing. we're having a ball. >> do you shoot in l.a.? >> no, we shoot "devious maids" in atlanta.
there are 37 productions going on in atlanta. >> smart. and the crews as a result are fantastic. our crew is amazing. our cast. >> and a really nice town. >> and a really nice town. it's not a hardship. >> you know what? we're sitting with a legend. >> i know that. a literal one. >> a literal legend. you got the disney legend award, right? >> yes, i did. >> that is so prestigious that award. tell us about that. >> well, it was quite amazing. i didn't know much about it never having been a legend before. ou[ laughter ] but i had this wonderful letter asking me and then i found out especially when i got there, bob iger had written a note, one of his first jobs at abc was to be our studio supervisor at "all my children" so i met him early on in his career, early on in my career, i think i was four years in and he was always a gentleman and bright and elegant and just terrific and he still is. anyway, so i went and got the
award. what a production. disney knows how to do everything right and so the production was incredible. very humbling, i have to say, to be in the company of the other awardees with previously, barbara walters, diane sawyer, frank gifford and in addition the ones inducted this year. george lucas. george lucas! >> it's extraordinary. we were so honored. >> incredible and a wonderful, wonderful animator andreas dejas. just spectacular. >> and look at susan. she's let ghoers to pot. so had. i'm thinking finally she's done it. is it pit lates? >> absolutely. i love pilates. those of your audience may have seen me, i do malibu pie lates and that gives you a cardio workout has you sculpt. >> you do it at home?
>> i do but my trainer has in the her studio so we due malibu pilates. >> is it everyday? >> i work out everyday. i always say sunday i'm going to give it a break but i want to do something because your body misses. >> it puts you in a better mood. >> how do you see "devious maids" this go around? >> it's always been devious but it's really so devious. >> and there's a cliffhanger coming up. >> our finale is monday night at 00 on lifetime. it will answer big questions and big cliffhangers. >> look at. you. >> still having the time of her life. >> i am! i work with judy reyes who's fantastic. what an acting partner. >> and still married to the handsome helmut since how many years now? >> since 1970. and john o'hurley plays dr. christopher neff. so funny. >> and you've been in a movie with him before. you couldn't remember the name
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it s surprised us. we thought she was one of those people that get lucky and she's al. model but you've been at it for a long time. >> i guess it was one of the after-school activities i fell in love with. i was the kid who would do six hours of rehearsal after school. so in some ways it a return. >> people tend to just -- the first time they see you in something people tend to think that's all somebody is. nobody is one thing. >> no. >> and i mean i think it's great now with a second film and a lead people are starting to realize -- yeah. it's why i love the character. >> what is she like? >> she's very dynamic. you would think she's one way, think she's a tough cool cookie who has her life together and then you see that she's got her own issu and things to figure out. >> some vulnerabilities. what's your relationship with zac efron's character in the movie? >> so he is my friend at one point. >> sure he is. >> at one point.
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it's winesday wednesday, we're ready to play our weekly trivia game "who knew." don't forget a pencil, we are testing your knowledge on all things back to school and this time around hoda is across the street at the nbc experience store ready to handout $100, there she is to anyone who gets the questions right. and to those who don't they get a signed copy of one of my cds and a signed copy of hoda's book "ten years later." >> such a dud. >> talk about lucky people. >> here to help me south co-founder and president of
mental floss magazine -- i love it -- will pearson. >> i want one of those cds. >> you have to be over there and not answer a question. tell me, your kids are back in school in birmingham? >> yes, it feels like they should still be in the pool but they here in school. hody? >>. >> what future rock star was fired from him or her job teaching sixth grade because they replaced the classics with spiderman comics. was it david bowie, joan jett or gene simmons? >> gene simmons. [ bell ringing ] the answer is gene simmons. >> smart guy. you have to give your audience more credit here. so he was, in fact, fired from his job because, as he said, he was using comic books to get the kids excited about reading. he taught sixth grade in spanish harlem, put the shakespeare aside, taught them by teaching
comic books and they didn't like that. >> he's a very smart guy and you have to teach the way you can teach. round about ways. okay. all right, back to you hoda woman. >> where are you from, lovely. >> oak ridge, new jersey. >> what's your name? >> maureen. and this is michelle. >> michelle is here. i have faith. here's your question. according to the national retail federation, what did americans spend the most money on when back-to-school shopping in 2014. was it computers, art supplies, or clothing? >> computers? [ buzzer sounding ] >> oh, so sad but lucky you you [ cheers and applause ] >> so it's not that, it's what? >> it's clothing and i think this. so the average kid spends about $200 a year on back-to-school clothing. that doesn't count shoes which is another $100 or so. so parents are used to dishing out over $300 a kid on clothing and shoes. >> that's why i like old navy, places like that. you can get so much stuff.
all right, hoda woman. >> what's your name sweetie? >> i'm helen. >> held slen so excited, aren't you? >> i'm so excited! i can't control myself! >> you're going to get this. which character was the first one placed on a children's lunchbox back in 1935? good luck. this is not going to be pretty. the lone ranger, superman or mickey mouse. >> i think it's the lone ranger. [ buzzer sounding ] oh! wait, wait, held slen happy! helen is happy! happy helen! >> she's a happy helen. >> it was mickey mouse and strangely to be a disney character it was a flop, it didn't work that well. >> you're kidding. >> it wasn't until 1950 with hop along cassidy that the lunchbox industry took off whenever kid in america had to have one of these hop along cassidy lunchboxes. >> do they still carry lunchboxes now, kids? >> they're a little different. not the tin lunchboxes. not as cool as my old he-man lunchbox. >> nothing would be. hoda, do we have time for one more?
>> of course. what is your name? >> annie. >> get ready to sing, girl? ready? finish the lyrics to this song from the 1978 movie. listen first. beauty school dropout, no graduation day for you beauty school dropout, -- snows zbloez -- >> they have no idea. >> it was missed your midterms and flunked shampoo. >> i think they should perform it as an audience for extra credit. thank you so much, hoda. >> i want to show everybody because they still wanted to be on tv, ready? everybody's here! [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you very much, will, all the best with your kids in school. they're ready for school and they want to look good. our ambush hair stylists give three teachers new cuts for fall, then lou visits a home and shows you the areas to take care me and you,
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make sure that the proper flashing is installed and in good repair. that way everything stays nice and dry inside your home. windows and doors are your areas of greatest loss in a home. a lot of times people will look at windows, like this particular home, an old erwin doe and say "wow, i have to replace them." this particular window, vintage 1972. it's single pane, a storm window on the outside so it's relatively efficient. but in the corners you can see there's deficiencies where you can see daylight. most homeowners will think wow, i have this rotten wood, i need to replace the whole thing. while i'm an advocate that new windows add great value to your home, it's amazing what a squirt of caulking can do to keep these windows as efficient as possible while you save enough money to replace the windows. basements are great but water in the basement is not. the homeowner mentioned they
have a problem with water coming in here and coming to get the carpeting all damp. now, there's a bathroom on the other side of this wall so the first thing to check is make sure the connection with the toilet meets the floor is sound, there's nothing leaking around there. but if you experience water around the perimeter of your home, pay attention to the down spouts and landscaping around your home. you see, water can pool there because the down spouts don't extend far enough away from the house. you want to make sure that's at least three feet. if you notice water pooling there, you may want to try to build up the soil so the water moves away from the house and you never want to build up the dirt so it's above the foundation line because that can cascade down the wall and head right into your basement. >> that was really helpful! and hoda, look who's here today. "today" contributor and hose of house smarts lou manfredini, he's got a name that rhymes with fettuccini >> i love fettuccini. very good pasta.
>> that was great, by the way. >> thank you. the thing with the roof is that it's a really important thing. when i was speaking with the homeowner, you get contractors to say "you're going to need this, that, this." when i was looking at the roof, it's an older roof that's for sure but there's not an alarm right away. the flashing is very important. i have samples of shingles where you can go ahead and replace it. remember the average age of a roof in the united states is 13 years. that's how long it lasts. many people have longer but when you see these grain -- the little granules start to come off or these start to curl, that's a sign to say, boy, i've got to do something. but you want to check in the attic to see if i get any leaks. if i'm not you don't to hurry to do it. one thing i'll tell grow you're doing a roof, do a tearoff. don't reroof. it's not a good value proposition for a home because when you go to resell it and they say "you have two roofs on this house" it will come back to bite you on the sale price.
i talked about that in the piece. 90% of the time when a roof leaks it's because of a flashing deficiency near the chimney, where the siding meets the roof. you'll hear people say "it's only when the rain comes from the north and it beats against the wall." that's because this is failing. so a lot of times that's not a whole reroof, it's a roofer coming to do -- redo the flashing. >> we have 30 seconds left. >> here we go. house. the homeowner was told "you have to replace the window." no, you don't. yes, they're single pane, not the most efficient but storm windows, if those are deficient you can get a storm win defor $120 as opposed to replacing $600. and if you have a basement, you have to use a sump pump. this is a sumpro. these alternate back and forth, it uses a battery inverter meaning these regular pumps work, the regular ones when they're plugged in, it's not a bilge pump and these things will
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summer hair is great during the summer, loose locks, beach waves, but once we turn in our swimsuits for slacks it's probably time for a new hair style. >> we wanted to inspire you by giving three teachers new hair cut s cuts. please don't look at her. so we want to look at our "before" picture of erica first. so let's look at erica. tell us -- okay, she had long hair, let's do the revealment let's look at erica and tell us what you did.
>> here's the thing with the trend. >> tell us. >> make sure whenever you follow a trend it works for you. i want to show you three trends today and erica is one of them. >> what is she doing. >> look at her before picture she had long hair, the color was too dark, it's all about -- fall trends are warm and the difference between this bang is you want to make sure you don't have bangs across your forehead. >> don't move, we want to show you suni's before picture. >> get ready for this reveal. >> as you can see she has too many layers, too much of an old trend. so what i did with suni, this is a bob, long bob with a side part and the key is with the fall trends is all the layers are in the bottom. >> oh, i see.
>> so not feathered from here. >> she had very thick frizzy hair and one thing you want to do with this kind of texture, don't shampoo your hair too often. >> i know that. >> you should know that. >> are you dying? don't you love it? >> yes, this is good. >> and the color is awesome. >> so if you ask for this air cut, make sure you ask for the side part. it's very big. >> now before we move on. let's look at nicole's before picture. all right. miss teacher. >> here's nicole. >> she's been a teacher for 13 years. let's take a look wow. >> also, nicole, i cut five inches off. the minute i cut five inches off it gave her the illusion of fullness. >> yes. >> and i gave her soft layers. soft layers this fall is very big. you want to ask for this, you have to ask for soft layers. >> ask for the arson cut? >> sure. >> so soft layers are in. do you like it, sweet start. >> i love it. >> it gives the balance that she needed. it was too long for her.
nbc. lilliana vazquez is back with luxe for less with home decor. >> each one take your flasz of wine. we're having winesday wednesday. i'm talk and drink at the same time. this fabulous tray is from dot and bow. copper is a huge trend. let's reveal the price right there. it is let's pull the top one, $39.99. >> nice. >> next we have this, this is box of chic. every month they'll ship you an assortment for your home. this is for your desk and this
is $49, it's a monthly subscription service. >> how cute is that? >> you can style your desk but i'll hop over here. so now we have these gorgeous baskets. these are made of rope, hand made in california starting at 30 bucks you can find these on etsy.com. >> very '60s. >> aren't they so cute? then these are from my dear friend nate burr cus' line for target and these are only $29.99. love them as a vignette. and hoda, will you restleel? one thing he does very well is throw pillows. my entire office is filled with his throw pillows. >> i just had to throw out a blanket the other day that i'd had 10 years from him and i was so sad to do. it was that loose woven one. >> we'll get you another one but look, $24.99 from target. how adorable are these poofs? >> these are nice poofs. >> they're from dot and bow. they are only $49.99.
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today on "access hollywood live," the lovely liz hernandez es in the house. she is very funny. initially, reacting to the gonld now. she puts it in words and is a little fired up. >> candace cain joins us. we will talk about her sleepover date with caitlyn jenner. sons of ron pearl man are here. >> justin valdoni is back. we need to know about britney
spears on the show. stand by, billy and kit. welcome to "access hollywood live." i am billy bush. kit is on vacation. a little later on, i'm going to show you a very funny picture of kit and i think her fishing guide. welcome liz hernandez. >> thank you, billy. >> "if loving liz is wrong, i don't want to be right." morning. >> thank you. great to be a part. >> what a story. we have got the jared vogel story, which is very, very upsetting. this has sort of just happened. long time subway pitch man, jared vogel has agreed to plead guilty for allegations he tried to pay for sex acts with minors and received child pornography. that's his house right there.
subway has been very good to him. the agreement says he agrees to pay $1.4 million in restitution to 14 minor victims who will each receive $100,000. he will be required to register as a sex offender and undergo treatment for sexual disorders prison prison. we had heard building up to this federal prosecutors and the u.s. on him. he was going to plead guilty. now, it is over. >> definitely taking a turn for the worse. >> it is almost unbelievable. >> it is worse than we thought. >> we had heard that, of course, the chief of his foundation had already been charged and jared kind of stepped away. >> to kill himself in jail. >> he stepped away from it. he sounded like he was just shocked by these allegations. >> he pull it out. i can't believe this has happened. the foundation has run out of his big h se there. they took 11 computers out of there and while six weeks go by,