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an all new show today with great viral videos "right this minute." a woman sneaks up on someone she hasn't seen in 26 years. the story leading up to the moment the blindfold comes off. >> haven't seen you. immediately, how? >> sorry. >> a tourist psychs himself up at a famous waterfall. >> he's about to jump. >> how he barely cheats death after a dangerous leap of faith. >> hey, wake up! >> it's a perfect day for a pool party. >> watch what happens. >> the moment an uninvited car barges in. plus, the great ipad mini giveaway is back, buzz word for your shot to win.
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plus, girls are enjoying a day off school. how she proves you don't mess with mom. >> what? >> 26 years. 26 years. that is a long time to not see a loved one. >> oh, my god. >> especially for sisters. as this heartwarming video unfolds, you see a car with a door propped up. one woman, that's sandy, she has a blindfold on. she just arrived in league city. the woman walking up, her sister. they are reuniting now. >> oh, snap. >> she goes in for the hug, snatches off the blindfold. and she knew immediately, how? >> family, man, don't forget family. >> just felt it? >> what kept them apart for 26 years? >> life. life happens.
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>> next video opens with a man standing in the corner on the wall. >> is he in trouble? >> time out. >> did his wife send him over there? >> think about what you've done. >> his niece put him there. standing still, hoping he won't be seen. >> who's he hiding from? >> sister. >> again? how long have these guys been apart? >> 24 years. >> hi. >> his niece is sitting on the couch and greets her mother. >> mom is excited to see her. >> mom, turn around. >> why? >> next up -- >> turn around. turn around. >> and she starts screaming and they embrace. >> her daughter says she's also been busy with life. she's a single mom and hasn't had time to travel.
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her brother lives 2,000 mimes away and last time she's seen him, 1992. they've got some catching up to do. >> 21-year-old shiloh sheehan standing at the top of a waterfall, puts his arms up in the air to work up courage here. >> hawaii. >> he's about to jump. >> oh. >> jumping off a waterfall can be fun, but he may have taken on a bigger challenge than he expected. here he goes. >> that was crazy! >> kept going and going and going. >> reported to be about 173 feet. it's not. where is shiloh? >> he's probably injured under the water. >> what? no, no, no, no, no. hey. wake up. >> no. is anyone down there? >> thankfully for shiloh, there were people at the bottom. you'll see.
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they scramble out to meet shiloh. he's unconscious and floating on top of the water. chlg oh, my god, that's terrible. >> this went from a challenge to a near-death experience. the people swimming out to him, dave mcgrath there with his partner and daughter jane, remarkably, they got the video from the other side. here comes shiloh. pow. >> he's knocked out. >> they pull shiloh to shore. he was unconscious, but did come to. after a few minutes started to regain his memory. he's going to be okay. >> wow. that was a leap of faith if there ever was one. >> surprisingly, shiloh says he'd do it again. >> no. >> and he plans to do it again. >> more like a leap of fate. the fact these guys were down there and able to save him. just lucky. >> this fella got himself a bit of an announcement. >> we hit 1 million subscribers.
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major milestone, 1 million subscribers. only one way to celebrate that number. none other than the 1999 first ever came out. >> why should we be excited about that? >> like with any cars, they can get certain values. think like baseball cards, they can become extremely valuable. this was from the first run. extremely rare. you can see it still feels, in fact, i heard it's about $1,300. >> get more valuable, but if he opens and there's something real valuable individually inside, maybe he gains. peels it off, start pulling off some of the packets and opening them up one by one. >> that black triangle. >> no way, no flipping way. this can't be an error pack. >> error back?
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>> yes, back in the day, for three or four hours the printing machine was printing out first editions that weren't first editions. what they then did was printed a black triangle over the top of it. one of the packs on e bay can get to $300, but there's more. >> look at this. >> goes inside the box. >> it's absolutely chock-full of the black triangle error packs, which means literally this pack can now go for $11,000. >> that's awesome. >> but it's only worth as much as somebody else is going to pay for. >> what could be in that box? >> this is the holy grail of cards. >> of course, people already on reddit trying to call fake, saying they've been reopened and
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resealed, order is wrong. seeing his reaction and everything else, i believe it's real and think it's a super awesome moment. >> oh, my gosh. all right. ladies and gentlemen, it's that time again. we're giving away another ipad mini. >> you're going to need monday's buzz word, be at least 21 years of age and u.s. or canadian resident. >> the buzz word is coming up in a bit. >> time for the "rtm" ipad mini giveaway. >> we have a bad driver coming up on the left side. >> this video short, but you can see pretty quickly what went on here. over to the left, cars passing a little too close. sideswiped and that suv does not stop. >> idiot. you're going to run. >> guess what, according to who posted this video, they said the florida highway patrol caught up with this person.
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they were cited for the accident and driving with a suspended license. i like what they said, car pool good. watch what happens. uh-oh, car gets loose, there's a fence. >> oh, no. >> he's running after it. :i feel like i'm watching a commercial for an insurance company. hope you're insured. that is such great video. it's almost -- it's almost comical. >> oli, you are so, so close to the reality of this. not an insurance commercial, but an ad for an outdoor. they have new outdoor cams and so this is a little bit of fate. >> man, good job, oli.
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>> i was thinking you want to get away. >> you can't, car is in the pool. you ain't getting away nowhere. ♪ ms. burke has a special gift for three of her students. >> they are about to get the surprise of a lifetime. >> when reading "harry potter" pays off. >> i knew it! >> what? and customs police have cracked a bizarre case. >> what are they, like eagles or parrots? their flea and tick killer doesn't have to be. nexgard, the vet's #1 choice for dogs, is a delicious, beef-flavored chew that kills both fleas and ticks. so it's easy to give, easy to take. reported side effects include vomiting, itching, diarrhea, lethargy and lack of appetite. use with caution in dogs with a history of seizures. why mess around? for powerful flea and tick protection, ask your vet about nexgard. the #1 choice of vets for their dogs and yours.
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maybe an apple, a book marker. these kids in new jersey, they are about to get the surprise of a lifetime. here's their teacher showing up at their doors. >> this is an invitation to go to orlando, florida, right now to go to the wizarding world of harry potter. >> what? >> yes. >> i want to go. >> i knew it! i knew it! >> these three fifth graders read all seven books in the series, so she's going to treat them to a trip to the wizarding world of harry potter in orlando, florida. >> got a book in his hands. >> look at his face, see how quickly it whipped around? wait, what? >> i love her. and i love them for being so committed. >> can i go? >> here she is, look at his face. he's shocked. >> she could come to my door, i'd be like -- i just read it.
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>> that's why you're not going. >> the whole harry potter series. as a reward we got to go to wizarding world of harry. >> bus, plane, broom? >> i don't know, but they made it there. check out these pictures, they had a great time. see, more kids should read. there's that. that works, too. >> oli, you've flown a lot in your history as a model and as a human. if you're taking that flight from hong kong to paraguay, you're probably going to have a suitcase where everything is carefully put in there. >> i don't think your suitcase skills are this good. >> check out what authorities in madrid discovered in a suitcase, seven parrot hatchlings and eggs in the suitcase. let me tell you about the suitcase, it was specially made with a hidden interior, climate controlled, and with an electric
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power supply, so somebody could smuggle these parrots from paraguay to hong kong, but they were caught in madrid. look at the poor little creat e creatures. when authorities got ahold of them, they said they are in a care of people experts with parrots. these are believed to be blue fronted amazons. adults can go for about $22,000 each. >> i've said it before, i'll say it again, animals are not meant for your entertainment. they are wild animals, leave them in the wild. >> they are going back to paraguay, they will be returned to their homeland, which is what you want for them. on mondays, we like to play a little game called "real or fake" with -- >> mac dreidel from ebaum's wor world! >> starting with a leafy situation. >> i say that's hanging on a spider web. >> then a fishy story. >> going from one pond to another. >> i want to believe that's real. >> watch and decide.
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either keep it real or get the fake out of here. >> this first one we have a leaf that is floating in the air. >> i say that's hanging on a spider web. >> you can see it seems to be hanging from one end. >> i'm going with oli. >> that's a good analysis, i think i agree with that, too. >> me, too, i agree with that. >> all of us agree. what do you say? >> i always like to be the one to bring you the real fact. this is real for sure. leaf on a spider web, going with that. >> video number two. >> all right, guys. you know you've seen all the hoverboard videos, fake after fake. this is a real hoverboard. >> haven't we seen something like this on the show? >> there was another one trending. they did a flight down in paris and i think this looks like exactly the same one. >> yeah, i think this is real. >> in the beginning of the video it had a fake look to it, but there you see the water, it lands, it's real. >> i say it's real. what do you think? >> i think it's real. >> it was created by frankie zapata who created that one
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hovercraft that shoots the water down. taking it to the next level. this uses a turbine engine. >> wow. >> he's got to wear a backpack full of kerosene and he's got this mechanism that keeps it balanced. there's only one prototype in existence right now. this is real and i'm so happy about it with all the crafty hoverboards out there. >> why stay on the ground and catch fire when you can have kerosene on your back and do it in the air? video number three. >> little fish. >> i think this is entirely possible because we've seen video of cat fish hopping across the road. they get back all the way into the water. >> they are claiming that these fish were just moving on their own and going from one pond to another. >> okay. >> i want to believe that's real. >> i feel like they were fished out and put there. >> fished out or put there, fish are capable of doing this.
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i think this is real. >> i think what we're seeing is real. >> what these are, are climbing perch. they are crossing a road, levels in the water they were in are low and they are trying to find a higher one. these are known as labyrinth fishes. they possess a labyrinth organ that allows them to breathe atmospheric oxygen so they don't have to use gills to get their oxygen. this is how they travel around and survive. this is 100% real. >> professor dreidel. before that i would have said fishy story, now i believe. >> this is one of the really awesome videos that mo.com is putting out. this focuses on how headlines of their times affected fashion. for example, in the 1910s is when they created artificial silk. in the 1930s. >> that outfit could be so on
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point today. >> in the '40s we start using the nylon stockings. >> yeah, because the fabric they used before that my grandma tells me those were not fun. >> 1950s apparently is when the stiletto heel made an appearance. in the '70s they said we're getting comfortable. >> shoot, that's me at home. >> it wasn't until the '80s where designer jeans started making a huge appearance. >> i remember. i was 2. >> of course, of course. >> i remember everything. totally. >> the pants. >> remember these? i'm curious to see the current fashion. everything seems to be 3d printed. >> you know what, i know what it is. you find something that you like, you will constantly look for a style shaped like that, no matter what the decade is. >> true. >> it's time to give away another ipad mini. >> to enter you're going to need
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the buzz word, be at least 21 years of age, and a legal u.s. or canadian resident. >> head over to rightthisminute.com and click on win ipad. >> enter the buzz word and do it every day. >> let's reveal monday's buzz word. it's birthday. >> so head over to rightthisminute.com, click on the win ipad button, enter today's buzz word, birthday. >> and later this week, it's bonus give away day. that means somebody's winning an ipad mini and somebody's winning a flat screen tv. tune in and good luck. hey, happy birthday, "right this minute". these cutie pies have the day off from school, but -- >> i'm going to try to trick them and prank them and think they have school right now. >> when panic mode sets in. >> what? >> they race off to their room. oh, dishwasher,
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super adorable, people on the internet going crazy. >> this is brandi. brandi's got two daughters. it's the tuesday after a holiday weekend, but they've got the day off. so they think. >> they know they don't have school today, but i'm going to try to trick them or prank them and make them think that they have school right now. >> making them breakfast right now. they don't have school today. they have school today? >> look at the lights in their eyes. >> you guys have school today. >> what?

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