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welcome back. there's some breaking news from los angeles. an incident a short time ago onstage involving comedian dave chappelle. video circulating online shows a man tackling chappelle while he was performing onstage at the hollywood bowl. the man was then surrounded by security.
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this rock was there, too. he performed earlier in the night and came onstage with chappelle after the attack, joking that that was will smith. people in the crowd seemed to be in shock. still many questions, and we'll stay on top of this breaking story from l.a. a 23-year-old man from ohio whose unruly behavior on a flight last summer led to his being duct taped to a seat will be heading to prison but his sentence isn't long enough according to a flight attendant who was struck during the incident. this morning the man seen here has been sentenced to 60 years in jail. this 23-year-old was tied to the seat with duct tape after allegedly groping two flight attendants and punching a third on a flight from philadelphia to miami last year. >> [ bleep ] -- >> reporter: police say berry had spilled an alcoholic drink on himself and returned from the bathroom shirtless. then things got violent, eventually hitting flight attendant jordan galarza with a closed fist.
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galarza spoke exclusively outside court tuesday with an abc news station, defending how berry was restrained. >> you can say the duct tape might have looked a little barbaric or contend we went a little too overboard. however, it worked perfectly and no one got hurt. he made an enemy out of everyone on that aircraft. >> reporter: galarza says the 60-day jail sentence is not enough. >> i think it's a disgusting miscarriage of justice. >> reporter: it comes as the faa imposes record fines against unruly passengers, most cases stemming from mask disputes. a record 5,981 disruptive passengers were reported last year alone with dozens reported to the fbi, and now even those mask mandates have been lifted in time for the busy summer travel season, the faa says it will continue to enforce its zero tolerance policy toward disruptive passengers. >> we still have issues. we have full planes, low staffing, and almost no one knows what the program is with
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flying, because things have been changing so quickly. >> as for maxwell berry, the man who was duct taped, he says he is remorseful and embarrassed bid his actions. now to pennsylvania and a different type of bear trap. authorities saw a black bear tuesday in the philadelphia suburb of drexel hill. after a tranquilizer dart didn't seem to work, they tried to catch it by using jelly donuts. they caught us instead. the bear is still on the loose. coming up, may the fourth be with you. >> why "star wars" super fans are out in full force today. that's next. "world news now," you're watching. you can sell your polin a term policy - for an immediate cash payment. we thought we had planned carefully for our retirement. but we quickly realized we needed a way to supplement our income. if you have $100,000 or more of life insurance, you may qualify to sell your policy. don't cancel or let your policy lapse without finding out what it's worth. visit to find out if your policy qualifies. or
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i don't think that's the john philip sousa version, but we've been waiting an entire year to say this, and now here we go. may the fourth be with you. >> today, may 4th, is of course national "star wars" day and bringing us closer to the force is our own young jedi will ganss. >> hey, mona, are you baby yoda because you just might be the cutest thing in the galaxy. all right. i spoke with some "star wars" superfans to find out how they're celebrating their high holy day this morning. >> good-bye, old friend. may the force be with you. >> a long time ago in a movie theater not so far away, "star wars" burst onto the big screen, forever changing the galaxy as we know it. since then, 12 films in total have been released in theaters and countless spin-offs and series and characters have become a force to be reckoned with. >> you stay right here. stay. don't move.
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>> and today "star wars" superfans celebrate their favorite film franchise. >> these are the boys in the band. the cantina musicians. >> reporter: steve sansweet holds the guinness world record for biggest "star wars" collection with more than half a million unique collectibles. and justin sonfield is the commander officer of the 501st allege. >> the 501st legion is a worldwide "star wars" costuming organization. we're the bad guys, and we like to call ourselves the bad guys doing good because we create these 100% movie accurate costume, and then go on troupes, comic-cons, libraries, hospitals and do it all for charity. >> reporter: justin also in on the film industry fell in love with the film franchise at age 7, and now
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his whole family is in on it. what about "star wars" brings so much joy to you and your family? >> yeah, i think the easiest way to approach that is "star wars" is a story that could happen anywhere at any time, and, you know, they happened to pick a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away. >> and today on this international "star wars" day, members of the 501st legion will be heading to local libraries and hospitals across the country to bring the force to those who need it most. >> for me, it's just putting smiles on people's faces, young and old. >> you can also celebrate may the 4th with some sweet deals. target offering 30% off some "star wars" toys. walmart also offering discounts on certain clothes, home items, toys, and movies. and let's not forget what's on the tails of the horizon. you've got the "tales of the jedi" animated series being announced. "mandalorian." >> uh-huh. >> the obi-wan series comes out soon. "mandalorian" season 3. >> where does one start? i love how serious he was when he was like, they could have
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picked any time period, and they just happened to pick a galaxy far, far away. he said it like it was an actual time period. oh, lord. coming up, birds of a feather flocking together. ♪ roc♪
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♪ rockin' robin ♪ from robins and sparrows, blue jays and cardinals, we are welcoming back our fine feathered friends on this national bird day. >> only the real ones know the "rockin' robin" hand clap. and this morning, will is back with a brand-new quiz and the world's most famous birds. >> yes. it is national bird day today, and while this day is dedicated to ornithologists and their fine feathered friends they love so much, i'm going to be quizzing you guys about famous birds and famous things with avian names, okay? so, yes, some of the answers will be bird related but some of them will be kind of like bird adjacent. that make sense? >> uh-huh. >> i know! question number one --
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standing 8'2" tall, which anthropomorphic canary is taller than an adult female ostrich? >> emu? big bird? >> i have no idea. >> emu. >> big bird. >> big bird is 8'2" tall. while i was looking this up, an adult male ostrich is over 9 feet tall which is terrifying to me. >> right. and they're aggressive. >> hair huge! but big bird is so adorable. >> yeah. he's adorable. >> all right. born claudia alta taylor, who traveled to 33 different countries while her husband was vice president? >> it has something to do with a bird. >> uh-huh. >> robin -- what's another like -- i have -- >> someone with the name bird. >> yes, yes. >> spelled with a "y," i'm assuming. >> i'll give it to you. ladybird johnson is who we were looking for. lyndon b. johnson's wife. shout-out to texas.
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question number three -- maybe we'll get this one -- donald duck has a famous girlfriend, daisy duck, a famous uncle, uncle scrooge. what were his nephews' names? >> that's not fair. >> i just watched "duck tales 2" and -- >> i didn't even know he had nephews until just now. >> they rhyme. it's huey, dewey, and louie. >> louis! you're making me go into the archives for that one. >> this one if you don't get, i'm leaving. what famous bird's famous line is "i tawt i taw a puddy tat"? tweety is a boy by the way. last one because it's my favorite movie. directed and written by greta gerwig, which 2017 film starring saoirse ronan has an amazing 99% on rotten tomatoes? >> what was maura rosen? >> that's a great guess, but it's wrong. the answer we're looking for, "lady bird." >> the crows? >> the crow-ning.
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>> that's the news for this half ho
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>> announcer: it's "live with kelly and ryan!" today, from "ncis: los angeles," chris o'donnell. plus, some star and author jennifer gray. also, we continue our "i love mom week" with our special mother's day "inbox." all next on "live!" [cheers and applause] and now, here are kelly ripa and ryan seacrest! [cheers and applause] ♪ ♪ >> kelly: do we match? no. kind of. >> ryan: same colors. morning, deja vu. [cheers and applause]


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