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in trouble. i'd be squirting, running the engine, alarms. good morning, frozen in place, that huge storm now stretching from mississippi to maine causing new flight cancellations and delays has thanksgiving travellers struggle to get home. >> new insight, no answer. new photos of the newtown school shooting rampage and a look inside the gunman's world but why did he do it. >> bode's battle. bode miller forced to hand over his infant son in a bitter custody suit. the precedent it could set for pregnant women nationwide. and snake on a windshield. an unexpected guest drops in on
two friends. >> i don't want to hurt him. oh my god. >> and the open of the "today" show, today, tuesday november 26th, 2013. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. good morning. welcome to today on a tuesday morning. i'm savannah guthrie. >> i'm matt lauer along side natalie morales and al roker. what was the last thing to go through that snake's mind? different joke. that's crazy. i would hit the windshield wipers, no question. >> i appreciated they waited three seconds before cussing. there was the bleep. >> good weather news for tomorrow. it's going to get warm here in the northeast. >> yeah but not much warmer.
it's going to be wet and cold. we have every kind of weather other than locusts is our big problem. over 200 million people. you can see winter storm warnings. we have winter storm weather advisories, winter storm watches and right now you'll see we've got everything on the map. we've got snow up to the north. we have an icy mix. heavy thunderstorms now making their way through the southeast. this storm system will start getting itself together pushing up through the southeast later this afternoo heavy rain spreading up to the northeast later today by 1:00 to 2:00 this afternoon. overnight tonight you can see the colder air wrapping in so we're looking at snow. wind gusts of over 50 miles per hour. and wednesday it all lifts up. the storm winds will continue along with the snow and the lake effect. we're talking about generally anywhere from 4 to 6 inches of rain from atlanta up into the mid-atlantic coast.
you're going to be driving from the west to the east coast, look at this along i-90 along i-81 into i-80 we're talking about anywhere from 3 inches up to a foot of snow. it's going to make for a real miserable drive. we're going to be talking about the wind which is are going to be ferocious and may have an impact on the thanksgiving day parade. >> we'll be in the 50s tomorrow and back down to the 30s for that parade day. >> this is coming at the worst possible time with all of this thanksgiving travel. more delays and cancellations at the airport. tom costello is one of the nation's busiest in atlanta. what's the situation there. >> reporter: hey, savannah, good morning. in fact, cold and wet describes it here but it's 34 degrees. it is not sleet. it is not ice. it's just rain right now. this is the busiest airport in the world. 63 million people coming through atlanta airport. it's going to be critical to see
how this airport handles all of this through the next days. take a look at this camera. we'll be looking at the depart stats here in atlanta. so far we're off to a good start. no cancellations or delays. we're going to be watching that closely throughout the day. we also want to check flight aware.com's misery map. this is a very useful interactive tool on airport delays and cancellations. so in addition to atlanta this morning we're also watching the washington airports and their main routes and new york city and their main routes and boston logan and it's main routes. already showing creeping red today. in memphis they're showing significant delays already this morning. all of this critical to watch as we start to see how the storm effects the ohio valley, especially and the appalachian spine. those smaller airports could feel the pinch. also watching all of this, the american airline's dispatch
center in dallas. about 1,000 cancellations in total at dfw and that dispatch center watches all weather across the country. they have a very close eye on all of this. it is rain. in some areas it will be sleet. it will be high winds and then the potential for some snow in some remote areas over the next 48 hours or so and of course atlanta being the joke point for the entire country being the biggest airport. this airport is going to be very much in the thick of it. guys back to you. >> tom costello, thank you very much. appreciate it. in the meantime, nearly a year after the tragedy at sandy hook elementary school in connecticut we have the most comprehensive report yet on that shooting. good morning. >> good morning, matt. the report by the connecticut department of criminal justice gives a moment by moment account of the shooting and a detailed look at the troubled look at the life of gunman adam lanza. the only question it doesn't answer is why. >> reporter: the report gives the best insight to the
20-year-old man that perpetrated the worst school shooting in history. it confirms adam lanza acted alone. the entire event ended with the gunman's suicide. lanza blasted his way into the school with his rifle, a walking arsenal he carried two pistols and fired 154 the more than 300 rounds of ammunition he carried. inside his home, investigators found his first victim, his mother nancy, shot in her bed with a rifle t. report states lanza had significant mental health issues that effected his ability to live a normal life and interact with others. he didn't leave his home three months prior to the shooting. garbage bags were taped over the window and his computer shows a reoccupation with mass murders including school shootings. he refused to take his
medication and therapy but no one saw violent tendencies. he was eventually home schooled. lanza's mother was concerned about him. he would only communicate by e-mail though they were living in the same house. though nancy lanza was planning to buy her son a new pistol for christmas even though he disliked christmas and refused to put up a tree. his daughter was one of six adults killed along with 20 children. he read most of the report but chooses to remember lauren's bravery rather than learn any more about her killer. >> i'm proud of my daughter that she stood there in front of 15 little kids and took the bullets. that is amazing. i'm very proud of her. >> the full report that will be released later is several thousand pages long but he said
he won't be looking for it. he wants to move ahead remembering, instead, all the good things about his daughter's life. >> all right. thanks. our thought with the people in sandy hook and that area because that anniversary is coming up. thanks for your report. >> thank you. we'll move overseas now. natalie skovriis covering a meen afghanistan that has gotten tense. >> it has. it will would keep troops in afghanistan through 2014 is in jeopardy after a meeting between susan rice and the afghan president. nbc's chief foreign correspondence richard engle joins us from afghanistan with the latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, natalie. this is highly significant for the future of america's longest war and the future of afghanistan. susan rice was on this outpost meeting with u.s. commanders and then went to kabul for a dinner with president karzi.
the dinner didn't go well. the united states has already said it is willing to commit annually billions of dollars to the afghan economy to support the afghan security forces and potentially keep thousands of troops in this country after 2014. but karzi put new conditions. he said he won't sign the deal, at least not yet. he wants washington to help broker a deal with the taliban and said he won't sign it if a single american soldier enters another afghan home. this deal is in jeopardy and could mean no more american troops in afghanistan after 2014, natalie. >> tough situation on going there. richard engle, thank you so much. new clashes broke out monday night in ukraine's capitol between demonstrators and riot police. it came minutes after ukraine's president took to the air waves to explain his decision to reject trade pacts with the european union which he says was
forced by economic necessity. >> president obama urged them to act on reform. a protestor behind the stage interrupted him demanding obama stop deportations. take a listen. and most importantly we will live up to our character as a nation. >> our families are separated. i need your help. there's thousands of immigrants. >> that's exactly what we're talking about. >> every single day. >> well then another activist on stage joined in the heckling. secret service agents attempted to remove the protestors but the president said they could stay. >> 10 former nfl players filed a lawsuit against the league claiming it hasn't done enough to protect players from concussions. the lawsuit seeks damages to be determined at trial. they're also seek court approved
medical monitoring for their brain injuries. they claim that the nhl concealed the risks of brain trauma exposing them to unnecessary dangers. from washington state to washington d.c. the journey is complete for the capitol christmas tree. crews placed the 88 foot spruce on the west lawn monday. it will be decorated with more than 5,000 handmade ornaments from children across the country. the tree lighting ceremony is set for december 3rd. what do you do when a highly poisonous snake slithers up on your car windshield? this is the dilemma for the two australian men. the two pull over and decided what to do. take a listen. >> i don't want to hurt him? holy [ bleep ]. holy [ bleep ]. >> watch this.
i'll do it again. >> i guess you get what all the beeping is about. that's a red bellied black snake. it curled around to the passenger side window to say hello. eventually it did give up it's attempt to get a free ride. it did slither away. they were debating too much the humane thing to do. press the windshield wiper and get out of there. meanwhile, you have been spending a lot of time talking about this storm. tom costello has been in atlanta talking about it as well. apparently all the air time he has been getting is started to pay off. explain this. >> reporter: so last night i fly in from washington into atlanta and i walk into the hotel lobby wearing my nbc jacket and the very nice lady there says to me. i know you. is it al roker? >> oh, man. >> reporter: to which i replied, no, he's the one with the beard.
>> well played, tom. well played. >> loyal viewer. >> mr. roker, what's your forecast. >> unfortunately the other part of this system going to be the winds. especially here in the northeast. right now they're not too bad. but as the day progresses and this system intensifies look at how fast they start to pick up. by early tomorrow morning, 36 miles per hour -- these are sustained winds. nantucket 38 miles per hour. wind gusts 43 miles per hour as the day wears on. you can see that system now moving up and away. the winds start to die down a little bit but again it's still going to be pretty breezy and later on we'll take a look at the thanksgiving day forecast for you and you'll see what the thanksgiving day forecast for you and you'll see what we're talking about as far as have you heard what walmart's doing during black friday? they've got this 1-hour in-stock guarantee. so no more showing up for black friday and not getting the gifts i want like at other stores... i hate when that happens! over 20 awesome items are guaranteed...
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case of rape involving high school football players in stuebenville ohio. here's john yang with the story. >> reporter: the attorney general announced four new indictments following an inquiry of a cover up of the rape of a 16-year-old. >> we're trying to hold adults accountable. that's what this is about. >> reporter: the school superintendent michael mcvey faces the most serious charges. felony counts of obstructing justice and tampering with evidence. the high school coach stands charged with failing to report child abuse. former volunteer assistant coach is charged with allowing underage drinking. and the principal is charged with failing to report child abuse but that's from an earlier accusation of rape of a
14-year-old which came to light after the high profile accusations. >> this began with a rape of a 16-year-old girl. a horrible crime of violence. but it also represents blurred, stretched and distorted boundaries of right and wrong. >> reporter: in march, two 17-year-old star high school football players were convicted of the rape. protestors said officials were trying to protect the city's beloved high school football team known as big red. late monday the stuebenville cool board put them on paid administrative leave. efforts to reach all three indicted in connection with the case were unsuccessful. at his news conference, he had a stern message for parents and educators. >> it's up to the adults to set boundaries. it's up to the adults to teach the kids right from wrong. >> reporter: a message he said applies not only to the ohio river city of stubenville but
all across the country. for today, john yang, nbc news, chicago. let's turn to tamron who is in the orange room for carson. she has new details on a story that got a lot of attention online. >> in fact, it's one of the most read stories on today.com. the new jersey waitress dana morales was expected a tip after serving a family of four last week. except she didn't receive one because she was a lesbian. donations came pouring in with people that wanted to support her but now the family claims they did leave a tip and they are disputing her story. >> reporter: it was a story that made national headlines. she claims a new jersey family denied her a tip earlier this month crossing out the tip amount space and writing i'm sorry because i cannot tip because i do not agree with your life style and how you live your
life. now a couple that claims that was their bill says they did not write that message and they did leave a tip, wnbc interviewed the couple that asked that their faces not be shown. they say their customer copy of the check proves morales version of the story doesn't end up. >> 100% you know that's your check? >> yeah, i can tell it's my name under the fuzzed out name. >> both copies of the check have the same date and time stamp but the totals are different. the couple says they left an $18 tip and even provide wnbc with the credit card stages showing the charges but morales is sticking with her story. >> they said it's possible you made this up because this isn't their handwriting and this isn't how they left the check. >> that's not my handwriting. i don't know, again. i don't know. >> so morales says she is donating most of the money she received to the wounded warrior fund and here, again, these are the receipts here.
you don't see carbon copies like you did back in the day. and in a statement to nbc they opened an internal investigation but in the meantime she still works there so we're ago people to go to our facebook page and weigh in on this. it's a tough one. i'm not asking you to say someone is telling the truth or not but what do you think given some of the facts that have come out and the details right now but it's tough because it's not a carbon copy. two separate receipts, the same transaction but i don't know. >> the legal investigator in savannah wants to know about the chain of command of custody -- >> the chain of custody. >> of the receipt. >> maybe a third party came in and wrote that note and took the tip. >> but here's the deal, guys, the tip is included on their credit card charge. so either someone fraudulently added money to their charge or it was there. >> i don't know. >> bizarre. >> tamron, thank you for the mystery. >> coming up, olympic skier bode miller forced to hand over his
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searching for the sus spengts who opened fire sending more than seven men to the hospital. this happened after 6:00 last night near 96th avenue and olive street. one of those remains in critical condition in the hospital this morning. but we can tell you all seven are expected to survive. so far police say they have not figured out a motive. right now let's take it out and check out the tuesday forecast and say good morning to christina. >> good morning to you. it's cold enough for frost. travel cautiously. in the 40s at this point in the low 50s in san francisco headed to the mid-60s later on. one of those days uniform condition, temperatures just about as warm in san francisco is what we expect here in san jose. we have changes ahead. i want to point out it's a spare the air day. this is our second consecutive day, and this is leading to an unhealthy level, the reason why we have unhealthy levels of pollution in the north bay. moderate levels elsewhere.
we're looking pretty good mid-60s today. here is mike. >> looking at the toll plaza it's there t metering lights are on. right along the straight away and the approach to this camera shot you're looking at. we take you to the south bay with slowing and northbound 101 and 87, pretty good slowdown. 280, watch there are reports of lumber in the road. 880 slows through hayward, 238, southbound there, reports of a big rig off a trailer there, jon. >> thank you. we'll have another local update coming in one half hour. [ female announcer ] welcome one and all to a tastier festive feast. so much to sip and savor, a feeding frenzy to say the least. a turkey from safeway is just what they crave. a hero of the table, "so delicious" they'll rave.
♪ 7:30 now on a tuesday morning. you can see some cloudy skies as we look at the camera on the top of the rock looking back at lower manhattan. our wall showing 35 degrees in our plaza. that's going up into the 50s for tomorrow, but along with the warmer temperatures, we get lots of rain to our north and west lots of icy and snowy conditions and all kinds of mess down to the south as well. >> i mean, tomorrow is going to be one of the worst travel days going on top of what is normally a big travel day. >> yeah, a busy travel day. the weather of course is our top story. we're seeing heavy rain, icy conditions in parts of the south. snow later tonight from virginia to upstate new york and we have high winds to boot. >> all right. also making headlines this morning, a new report on the
tragic school shooting in newtown, connecticut. after an 11-month investigation, police say the gunman was obsessed with violent video games but police say no evidence points to a conclusive motive. and hecklers interrupted president obama during a speech in san francisco. the president kept talking and told the secret service to allow the men to stay. still to come this morning. we all know actresses have agents but what about this actress who is now trying to sell eggs. while one woman says she is doing and actually very much in high demand. >> when we're talking eggs, we're talking about? >> her eggs. >> her own eggs. >> as in fertility. >> right. somebody else that deal with the other kind of eggs, martha stewart is talking in the orange room a. tamron is picking her brain for the tips. you can get them too. send your questions to the #orangeroom. let's begin this half hour
with gold medal skier bode miller. he is hoping to compete in sochi but now he is in a fight for custody of his infant son. nbc's stephanie gosk has details on that. >> reporter: olympic skier bode miller clunched his nine month old nate as he walked into family court in new york city. >> what do you expect today? >> i hope the judge makes the right decision. >> reporter: but it was the child's mother she walked without the baby she calls sam. granted temporary custody as a complicated legal battle unfolds. the couple dated in california over a year ago when mckenna a former marine and firefighter, became pregnant. she claims the skier wanted nothing to do with the baby sending her a text that said you made this choice against my wish. seven months pregnant, the 27-year-old moved to new york city and enrolled in columbia university. when the baby was born, both parents fought for custody. the new york court called mckenna reprehensible for moving to the east coast while
pregnant. the court finding it unjustifiable conduct. a california family court was given jurisdiction. a controversial decision. >> when she moved to new york and the baby being born in new york, the jurisdiction certainly should be in new york. and what the family court judge did was he seeded jurisdiction to california. >> reporter: miller was granted custody. the downhill skier and his new wife volleyball player morgan beck regularly posted pictures of the baby but mckenna appealed the original ruling that sent the case to california and won. a panel of judges concluded she had every right to move to new york city while pregnant. the women's rights groups that backed her worried the case would set legal precedent for all pregnant women. >> the issue is whether a woman because she has exercised her fundamental rights to travel, to get an education can be denied access to a court of proper jurisdiction.
that she can be called a kidnapper. >> reporter: next month, both parents will be in court fighting for custody. their baby still caught in the middle. for "today," stephanie gosk, nbc news, new york. lisa bloom is today's legal analyst. good morning to you. >> good morning, matt. >> let's talk with the simple idea of jurisdiction. mckenna moved to new york while she was pregnant. she had this baby here in new york. why would a new york family court seed jurisdiction to a california court? >> the lower court ruling from that judge is really disturbing. it says that she was irresponsible and reprehensible for appropriating the baby moving when she was pregnant and that the california court where bode miller already filed a case would have jurisdiction. as we know, that's now been overturned. jurisdiction is normally where the baby is born. >> let's go back to the statement you just eluded to. this new york court in issuing this decision on jurisdiction said that miss mcken was irresponsible and her actions
were reprehensible. women's group say that will set this back decades. give me your take on this. >> that's right. pregnant women don't have any legal obligation to get permission from the father of their baby before they travel. they have the same constitutional right to autonomy to move state-to-state as they wish. in this case, this is a very sympathetic young woman. she got a full scholarship to an ivy league university and she moved to new york for that purpose. >> but on the other hand, bode miller is the father of this child. does a court have, i guess, the requirement of protecting his father's rights location-wise and geographically. >> not to the extent of controlling where she lives. he certainly has the right and he probably will get joint custody to the child. that's how i expect this will turn out. he has the right to visit his child and see his child as much as possible. what he does not have is the right to control where the mother lives and especially when she is pregnant and that is when she moved. >> this case is getting a lot of attention because bode miller is
a high profile athlete. lisa, how will what happens in this case impact other cases like it around the country? >> well, it's already spawned a court of appeals decision in new york. new york is a state that typically sets precedent for many other states. people look to the decisions in new york. i think this is an important ruling for the rights of pregnant women. >> lisa bloom, thanks for your opinions on this. i appreciate it. >> thank you. let's turn to al who is mr. busy with all the weather. >> that's right. we have been talking about rain and snow and we're also concerned about ice out of this system. you can already see the heavy showers and the heavy thunderstorms but this pink to purplish is icing and that's going to be a big, big problem. in fact, you can see rainfall amounts anywhere from up to four to five inches in the southeast. you get into the northeast from central new york into western new york and pennsylvania, anywhere from 6 inches of snow
to 18 inches of snow but, boy, look at this, from new england all the way into the mid-part of the northeast, we're looking at anywhere from .10 inch of ice to a half than inch of ice. a quart of an inch it's a nuisance. a quarter inch to half inch tree slims sag or break. you start to see power outages. more than that it is crippling. widespread tree and power line damages, roads become impassable and the power outages can last for a long, long 7:37. happy tuesday morning to you. i'm meteorologist christina loren. taking a live look at san francisco, plenty of mid level and high clouds streaming in. ahead of an area of low pressure that's going to bring us showers not until thanksgiving day. temperatures are chilly. grab your coat. we're going to see a sunny finish. in the mid-60s by this afternoon so looking good there.
widespread 60s, lots of sunshine by wednesday, clouds really thickening up. mostly cloudy by the day's end. showers on the way for thanksgiving day. don't forget. any time need that weather and it's crucial over the next 24 hours, go to the weather channel on cable or weather.com online. >> good advice, al. thanks. >> coming up next, think before you click. it could be an e all about fake. elizabeth taylor's never before seen family photos. first, these messages. [ female announcer ] it's a mountain grown morning with folgers lively colombian. it's deliciously dark, just before dawn. it's welcoming the sunrise with a taste of vanilla biscotti. with folgers gourmet selections, you can enjoy a variety of roasts and flavors from one perfectly brewed k-cup or a freshly brewed carafe. ♪ turn any day gourmet
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>> it's a good time to try to save you money at home. we have thanksgiving coming up and black friday and cyber monday. the crooks are out there looking to pounce. >> you identified three schemes. the first has to do with gift cards. how does it work. >> gift cards, hugely popular this year. retailers expect 80% of us will buy gift cards. there's this scam i've not even heard about before. what thieves do is -- when you go to the store all the gift cards are sitting on the counter for you to buy. here's the gift card. what the thieves are doing is going up to the counter and flipping the gift card around and you'll see right here most of them have a scratch box, a scratch off box right here. there's a code under there for activation. the thieves are scratching it off like that and writing down the codes for a lot of these cards, putting them back on the wrack. then you buy it. you're so nice, you give it to me. i buy it. i activate the card and the thieves are calling the 100 number.
they're going online to find out when they're bought and activated and when they are they're draining the money out of it and when they do there's nothing left. >> right under the nose of the cashiers. >> right. here's the take away for you. most of us don't do that. flip it around and see if the code is scratched off. ask for the cards from behind the counter. and the third one, include a gift receipt when you give a gift card so you can get it replaced. >> your next scam, package theft. >> this is one we told you about before. it happened from seattle to houston to san diego and the video was interesting. what happens is police believe these thieves follow around delivery trucks into neighborhoods. when they leave you a package, your christmas present, the thieves run up and take the package away before you get home. easy ways to protect yourself from this. here's the take away on it. require a signature when you fill out that package form so the thief can't get to it.
they won't deliver it. if you're not going to be home, do this. have the package sent to the nearest service location. >> following the delivery truck, that's despicable. >> retailer websites. >> you're an online shopper so this effects you a lot. >> they are sophisticated. a growing problem. federal authorities shutdown 1500 counterfeit websites in the past year alone. this is a problem that's growing. i brought a couple of examples for you. beats by dr. dre. >> we love beats. >> matt loves beats. it's a popular holiday item. this is real website on your screen right now. now let's show you the fake one. it looks the same. >> how do you get to it? you search it. >> you google t it. it gives you a bad sighte. the colors are the same. the same with tiffanys. >> i've never seen this website before. >> you've never been here.
let me show you the fake one. same colors. same kind of jewelry. same writing and logo and everything. what you want to do on these is -- and by the way, what you want to do is look for the counterfeit sites by spelling errors. they'll often make that mistake and look for the customers service phone number on these websites. call it and say am i on the real website. >> couldn't they just copy this customer service from the real one? >> but then you're going to call it and they can't fake that. if you get scammed much easier to contest the charges and of course check for those errors. >> if you happen to buy something on one of these false websites, if you used your credit card you could get your money back. >> much easier to fight the charges. >> so much to worry about. >> happy holidays. >> you too. >> a controversial industry, young women selling their eggs to couples in need. up next, martha stewart is in the orange room and she'll
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7:56. good morning. i'm jon kelley. the 16-year-old boy accused of setting another teen on fire on an ac transit bus expected to be in court today. richard allen thomas being charged in this one as an adult. prosecutors say he set 18-year-old sasha fleishman's skirt on fire, sasha who continues to recover from third degree burns identifies as a-gender, neither male nor female. in a few hours from now a california group announcing its list of potentially dangerous toys at ucsf children's hospital. it will feature toys that pose dangers. the group will publicize an on line safety quiz for parents. time to check the tuesday forecast. let's say good morning to meteorologist christina loren. >> good morning to you.
it's cold out there to start the day. grab a coat. lots of sunshine. it will be hazy sunshine. a little bit of haze. it's a spare the air day. our second so far this season. we're looking pretty good, should see better air quality by tomorrow and wind picking up. temperatures mostly in the 60s across the area. all across the bay area, no major microclimates, for the seven-day forecast find it here at the bottom of the screen. let's say good morning to mike inouye. >> here is a live look at some of the haze and also the traffic in the south bay. 101, slowing from capital to the airport. in the 50 area there. we're looking at 280, also slow heading up to cupertino. 101 all the way to millbrae, the off ramp reports a crash, and maybe a car fire in the area too. south 101 at the cow pal as off ramp a crash slowing off 280 and there is 880 slowing to downtown oakland from the coliseum.
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♪ >> it's my sweet 16. >> i'm at the "today" show. and welcome back to "today" on a tuesday morning. i'm savannah guthrie alongside matt lauer, al roker and tamron hall. let's play can you smell this? >> smells like turkey. >> somebody is roasting turkey out here. yeah. >> cinnamon roll. we'll take turkey too. coming up, kelly clarkson is here. we have a lot to talk to her about. expecting a new baby, she just announced that, and a different baby a new album. >> got a lot to get to. >> natalie is standing by. she got a look at the headlines for the morning. >> good morning to you all once again and good morning. the big story we're all talking about the storm, holiday travels a plans for millions are being changed, delayed or ruined because of fierce weather
stretching from the deep south to new england. nbc's dylan dryer is in virginia with the very latest. dylan, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, natalie. i walked outside this morning in wistful virginia, about an hour west of roanoke, virginia, and everything was covered in ice. we had this freezing rain coming down since midnight and the thing with freezing rain, it falls like rain, sounds like rain and looks like rain until it freezes on contact with everything it touches. the good news around here, though, the major roads were not covered in ice. but it was the overpasses and the bridges. so we had reports of about 40 crashes and several spinouts with cars abandoned on the side of the roads. none of those were considered major. they were pretty minor injuries. with some of those crashes. but here in wisville, this is kind of the same storm system moving through texas and tennessee yesterday and it did produce a lot of ice in the tennessee area along with the snow and the sleet. but as this continues to move
eastward it is going to turn into more of a rain and a wind event up and down the east coast. tomorrow for the biggest travel day leading up to thanksgiving. natalie? >> all right. goo going to be a big dress. dylan dryer in virginia, thank you. the most comprehensive report yet on the sandy hook school massacre does not provide any clear motive for the killing of 20 children and six staff members. the report does contain photos of the shattered glass where 20-year-old adam lanza shot his way into the connecticut school last december. there are also pictures of the three weapons he carried as he fired more than 150 shots. the report by the state department of criminal justice said lanza had significant mental issues but refused medicine and therapy. his computer held evidence of an obsession with mass shootings. the fda is investigating whether some morning after pills need a label change. this comes after the european maker of the emergency contra septive reported that it does not work well in women who weigh
165 pounds or more. the company said the pill is not effective for women over 176 pounds. and a happy ending to tell you about this morning for a puppy in dallas, texas. the puppy was stuck in a storm drain for more than a week. a teacher discovered the young labrador mix behind her elementary school and for days she and others brought the puppy food and tried to rescue it with no luck. so city crews sent cameras searching for him in every direction and finally after hours of hard work a strategically placed trap with food inside did the trick and the dog was rescued safe and unharmed and perfectly fluffed and adorable. sure got lots of people wanting to adopt him. it's 8:04 right now. let's get a check of the weather once again with al. >> today's weather is brought to you by disney's frozen. experience the ultimate snow day this thanksgiving with disney's "frozen" in theaters in 3 -- november 27th. >> here we are shaky puddin
cupcake. who's shaky puddin? >> that's shake ki putten and i'm cup cake. >> this sounds like a dessert me menu. thanks for coming down. let's check your weather. our pick city of the day, baltimore, maryland. we're going to look at rain today and tomorrow, and then it's sunny and chillier on thanksgiving day, 34 degrees. look at these temperatures. it is cold in the plains, teens and 20s. 30s here in the northeast. only warm weather is central and southern florida. as you can see today we have a risk of strong storms down through florida. also the southeastern atlantic coast. western two thirds of the country looking good. but icy conditions, snowy conditions in the great lakes. wet weather up and down the mid-atlantic on into the southeast. so a rough travel day today. that's what's goi 8:05. happy tuesday morning to you. i'm meteorologist christina loren. you might have family, friends coming into town for the hole
take. well, we're looking pretty fwood. not expecting any shower activity today or tomorrow, but then on thanksgiving day a little bit of wet weather moves into the bay area, and moving from south to north. south of the golden gate bridge, you have the best chance of that later on today. 61 in san francisco. headed towards the mid 60s in san jose. the peninsula looking at 60s. san francisco, that's for you as well. up many the north bay, 6 2 today in fremont. and that's your latest weather. >> thank you very much. still to come on trending, elizabeth taylor's family shares never before seen photos of the oscar winner. >> then we'll talk with kelly clarkson. also she has a new album. we'll hear christmas music this morning. >> and richard dreyfuss on the personal battle he waged since he was a young boy. but first, these messages.
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when you shop at these small local businesses, you support all the things that make your community great. the money you spend here, stays here. in this place you call your neighborhood. this saturday is small business saturday. get out and shop small. we are back at 8:11. here's what's trending today. >> if you're a parent helping your high school senior with college applications, the process is in full swing right now, it's crunch time. but here's a story that may kully bring welcomed relief to lucky families. getting into a good school could be a little bit easier this year. that's because the number of students competing for spots is expected to reach a new low as the children of baby boomers get a little older. >> this is great news for students right now. we should do a reality check.
it doesn't mean fancy schools like harvard and stanford are throwing up the flood gates. a little bit out of reach but maybe you should go for it now because the the applicant pool is lower. >> some of the schools is now competing. they're offering sweeter deals on financial aid to lure the students. >> they are actively recruiting too. >> all right. we are getting what's really exciting, never before seen photos of elizabeth taylor. "people" magazine and taylor's family is sharing intimate images of the star in ways we are not used to seeing her. relaxed. unposed. she is sharing a laugh with her son michael. making up her eyes on the set of cleopatra. both are her sons with second husband michael wielding.
his mother did her best to create a normal family life, even when she was on set and very glamorous. >> well with, kanye west of course made headlines with his latest music video bound to with kim kardashian and several racy scenes. we have a newer, racier version you may not have seen. ♪ >> it is a shot-by-shot recreation of can ya's video. here's a tip for seth.
back wax. >> we have had no response yet from kanye. but kim tweeted and said, you nailed it. so funny. >> well, we've been talking about the big thanksgiving storm headed our way. before you start pulling out your phone and shooting videos, kusa has this this morning for you. >> you know i love you but it is time we have a talk about your snow covered patio furniture. >> why is it every time it snows we whip out pictures of our snow covered patio furniture. we live in one of the most beautiful spots on earth but we point our cameras to the back porch. yeah, you have a four piece set.
colorado is too optimistic to live in patio sets. what a sad way to celebrate the new season. >> well, guess we can't sit outside on those anymore. >> hilarious challenge from viewers. maybe he is looking for something like this. take a look. how beautiful is that. you know you're in trouble when someone says you know i love you, but. >> it's not you. it's me. >> all right. that is what's trending today. now to an industry that is booming and causing controversy. women being recruited to sell their eggs. nbc's katie explains. good morning to you. >> good morning, matt. this takes want-ads to a whole new level. they're called egg agents. people who search out the ideal donor by placing ads for them. one woman said her genes are making her thousands while
giving a future to some lucky family. >> 28-year-old robin marie young with her green eyes and athletic beauty is sure many a man's dream woman. but many many a parents's dream donor. >> i find it flattering that people would want to use my genes and have a kid. >> egg agents are trying to make those parents's dream come true. >> people search high and low for women who have qualities that other people would desire. >> young. a struggling new york city dancer and actress has already donated her eggs three times. at $8,000 to $10,000 a pop, her genes are high in demand and paying the bills. she first donated her eggs after seeing an ad in the back of a magazine looking for a green eyed italian beauty. while it may sound unconventional, intermediaries seeking out the young and beautiful to donate eggs are not
uncommon. so is she said she started her l.a. business two decades ago. >> i think it's normal kind, giving thing that is much more accepted than it was when we first started. >> donors in effect audition with hopeful parents. there's background tests, health checks, even s.a.t. scores. in some cases, face-to-face skype enter vies. a casting call for the perfect gene. >> i kept smiling. but i wanted them to feel and know who i was. >> the recommended guidelines say a woman should only donate six times. the long-term risks are minimal. >> they are pretty potent. some women are quite sensitive. once aspirated, the symptoms resolve quickly. >> what about families, present and future. >> the reaction is not to do it
and that i could hurt myself. and what if you can't have kids. but they're not in my situation. they're not living my life. i'm a very independent girl in new york state trying to make it happen. >> robin already started a new round of hormone therapy and going for her fourth donation next week. she said this time will be her last. >> thank you very much. let's go over to savannah. >> matt, thanks. we have three-time grammy winner kelly clarkson here, a new mom to be. she's out with her first holiday album. wrapped in red. you are wrapped in red. >> i am. >> there's a lot of exciting stuff going on in your life. congratulations on the baby you are expecting. >> yeah, thank you. >> are you feeling good? >> no. i've caught morning sickness. it's all day and all night. i am super excited about being pregnant. i'm just looking forward to the second trimester. they say it's better.
>> hard to sing when you're feeling a little sick to your stomach. >> yeah. well, yeah. >> you've done interviews recently. you talked about wanting to have a baby. >> yes. >> were you just dying to tell the world. >> yeah. some of them i wasn't pregnant. some of them i was pregnant. i'm just dying to tell people. we were trying to wait until the end of my first trimester because you're less likely to have a miscarriage. kept talking about it. i had to cancel something because i was so ill. i didn't want people to think i'm canceling because i'm lazy. so we just told everybody. >> i heard you are convinced you're having a girl. >> yeah. >> do you know something we don't. >> no. i'm "way too early" to know. but like they say -- >> we want to hear it. >> they say if it's later after you of late. girls sperm last longer than boys sperm. i don't know. i guess mine was late.
there is a scientific reason why. >> it's more than a gut feeling. >> it is a gut feeling. is because she's killing me. >> are you thinking of names? >> we already have a name for a boy or girl. we're not saying. i'm still early. >> you've been prepared. >> yeah. we named our kid before we were even pregnant. >> this baby was in your dreams already. >> i manifest very well. >> i was reading this interview in parade magazine and you talked about meeting brandon and meeting the right guy. you said you were pathetically alone for seven years before meeting him. i think a lot of people can relate to that but not believe it was true for you. >> no. it was a good six and a half. yeah. i think it's because -- our job is so not normal. we're on the go. it's hard to date. what's great about brandon is he's a manager. so he totally gets what i do. he can do his job from the road
so he can be with me. >> it's a good material for song writing. oh, cool, this is going to happen all the time. >> i've already written a couple he's loving. >> there's a song called brandon. >> i think you can be a little more cheesy on your christmas album. i wrote it with a couple of my friends. >> was it you fun to do a christmas album? >> you're not limited. i think in my career, everybody is like are you pop, country, rock, what are you? that's what's cool about christmas. i don't have to pick. everything from broadway, judy garland and blues-y stuff, chuck berry. yeah. a little bit of everything on it. >> was it hard to pick among all the classics? there's some good christmas songs. >> it was and it wasn't. i've been making this cd in my head for years.
we wanted to have an eclectic. i hate when you buy an album and they all sound the same. >> you have a christmas special coming up. >> i just finished taping. it was fun being pregnant and sick. is and matt lauer is a guest. >> yeah. >> how did he do? >> he's so great. he's the turning point of my christmas special. >> we have a lot more to hear from you. you're going to sing in a few minutes. >> yeah. >> if you need to take a break. >> i'll be fine. >> all right. we'll head over to the orange room. >> this portion of td is brought to you by american express founding partner. this saturday is small business saturday. get out and shop small. >> thanks a lot, savannah. small business saturday is this weekend in support of local small businesses. good morning. >> good morning. you've been doing this a while.
i love this. i think it's a fantastic way to support small business. >> we're shopping anyhow, why not support the stores in your community. >> one of the things you said is holiday gifts or notes to your partners early so they get notice. >> right. if you're going to send something to someone to say thank you, do it now. don't do it right before christmas. if they get it now, they will notice you. >> work to promote each other. >> it's a share the wealth. co market. i'm a perfume company. you're a gift basket company. once somebody buys something, maybe i can send them to you. >> as the economy slowly recovers, small businesses clear the way as well and have some success. >> they are. this is the time really. they make the communities vibrant.
>> there's no secret i'm a shoerp. i stay local to small businesses. this is one of my favorites in the east village. a candle shop in the east village. great place to get gets. they know customers by name. when you don't have money you can just go check it out and your beautiful is beautiful. i can speak for this small business. >> i'm all about small business. thank you j.j. >> thank you. >> fantastic. savannah. >> tamron, thank you so much. >> richard dreyfus is in the house talking about bipolar disorder. but first your local news. >> i .
a good tuesday morning to you. 8:26. the naacp wants to force san jose state students acuted every accused of a hate crime to face harsher felony charges. the civil rights organization also called for the district attorney's office to charge the students with false imprisonment. students say the school's president ignored their concerns about the treatment of african-american students at san jose state. santa clara county district attorney jeff rosen acknowledged the seriousness of the allegations, but stood by the misdemeanor charges. let's check that morning commute with mike now. how is it looking out there? >> overall the bay area seeing a lighter volume of traffic this week, but look at oak willed. 808 is slowing down north from the coliseum up into downtown. we had an earlier stall on a
flat tire, and also haven't recovered from that. the south here coming up from 92 heading towards 238, and a crash reported that has just cleared from lanes, and questionabling recovering through this area. slowing towards the san mateo bridge toll plaza, and that's about it from 92. the other side of the bay, north 101 continues to recover. very slow. an earlier crash and car fire tll right around sfo has cleared some lanes, though. a crash at 92 looks like it may be a nonissue. chp, and here's this one for the south bay. back to you. >> all right. thank you very much. i'll be back with another local news update for you in half hour. have a great morning. ♪ kiss that boring bird goodbye ♪
♪ that's my kind of holiday. it is 8:30 now on the 26th day of november 2013. there's work being done on the rockefeller center christmas tree and the scaffolding coming down even as we speak. that mean twos days left to thanksgiving. the tree lighting after that. we're into the holiday season. i'm matt lauer with al roker,
savannah guthrie. natalie morales and tamron hall. >> coming up we'll hear from kelly clarkson. she is fousounding good this morning. >> you know it's been 20 years since we started our toy drive and it begins for us coming up on monday. if you're in the area we would love you to bring an unwrapped toy for a child that could use holiday cheer. >> also donate on our website. head to today.com. good way to do it there. >> all right. mr. roker, how's the weather looking? >> well for about the eastern third of the country, let's show you what we've got as we take a look at our weekend. portland, maine picked up light snow and more coming. the northeast will be seeing this around western new york and western pennsylvania. for today risk of strong storms around florida and also southeastern atlantic. icy conditions in the northeast. but out west is going to be
gorgeous. tomorrow frigid conditions in the northeast. for the big macy's thanksgiving day parade. sunny, windy, cold, temperatures in the 30s. wind chills in the teens. the winds are going to be an issue out of the west, northwest, hopefully below the threshold where they have to take the balloons down. windy conditions in the northeast. sunny and cool through the 8:32. happy tuesday morning to you. i'm meteorologist christina loren. you might have an abelievated workweek with the holiday just a couple of days away now. want to point out we're looking good for your travel plans today and tomorrow. then things change on thanksgiving day. bringing in some showers. light showers. mostly impacting the south bay. san francisco, though, showing you a mostly cloudy sky. temperatures today are going to reach into the 60s. 66 degrees in the north bay. east bay, 67. 66 degrees in the south bay. your seven-day forecast in just a few moments.
and that's your latest weather. of course, shop small. we want you to shop the small merchants in your town and your community. we have a couple here. what's your name? >> ryan. >> what's your shop. >> the original local culture store for 15 years in the city of detroit. >> all right. made in detroit. we like that. and the royal razor barbershop. >> a trendy boutique barbershop. we do everything. we got a killer beer. come back and we'll take it off for you. >> straight edge razor. >> yeah. >> thank you so much. make sure you participate and patronize your local small business. all right. let's head back inside to matt. >> all right, al. thank you very much. our no shave november campaign focussing on health issues that effect men. one area that gets overlooked.
richard dreyfuss is shining a light on bipolar disorder. thank you for being here. how are you doing? >> how are you? >> i'm good. you talk about your childhood and say you went through a huge portion of your life extremely happy going from thrill to thrill in a manic state. >> i didn't know it was a manic state. i just thought i was really happy and everything that was bad i turned to good. >> how did you do that? i think a lot of people would love advice on that. >> well, i was in love with a girl for 20 years and she wasn't in love with me. so i turned that loss into romeo and juliet and i was in love with the loss. >> you felt normal. did the people around you think you were behaving normally?
>> most of the time, yes. but then every once in awhile when i was talking i would find myself getting up and talking louder and faster and louder and faster until my friends would say okay, okay. let's get the big circus cables and throw them around his ankles and pull him gently back to earth. >> at what stage in your life did you receive a diagnosis? somebody put a label on what you were living with? >> that experience of jumping out of my chair and talking and talking well was not in my control. so when i was about 19 i went to therapy. which is a misnamed thing. she should have called it counselling because therapy shares the dea scares the death out of people. >> did it shock you or did you like finally having a reason for some of your behavior? >> it took away all of my guilt
because i found out that it wasn't my behavior, it was something i was born with. so i didn't feel shame or guilt, it's like being ashamed that you have -- you're 5'6" or something. it's just part of me. so it took away that. and i hadn't felt any depression except for the depression that you feel the night before a test when you haven't read the book. >> right. >> that i felt. other than that, nothing. >> in reading about you, one thing jumped out at me. there was a time you were on a medication and it was working extremely well for you and the company that made the medication stopped making it. >> yes. >> i can only imagine the anxiety that would create. >> i remember because they didn't tell anyone that for the last three years the pharmacists had been getting it out of ware houses and then one day they said they didn't make it anymore. so i wrote the head of the company, the most sincere letter
he has ever gotten and he called me and he said i know we have left 3,000 people hanging in midair but there was just no profit in it. and i said do you hear what you're saying? and that was that. it was gone. >> you've since found, it took awhile i know, a medication or a combination that works for you. any side effects of those medications? >> no. >> i'll set them up, you kick them through. what do you want people to know? you talk about stigma. you say there shouldn't even be the word stigma associated with this. >> stigma is silly. stigma is stupid. stigma is what other people think about you and i first of all don't know anyone who is normal. everyone has something. and i come from hollywood, so no one even argues the point. so stigma is a word that should be kicked away and shame and guilt because it's a condition.
and what they should do is do more research, of which right now there is very little, and the organization that brought me here is called -- it's called the depression research foundation and they do innovative really cutting edge stuff. but for the most part there's no research going on by the government or anybody and so i'm personally not in a hurry to get rid of my condition but most people are. >> but the fact that you're speaking out about it is going to do a lot of good for a lot of people. >> or it's going to be very bad because i might be known as the actor for a mental illness in which case i'll never work again. >> i doubt it. richard dreyfuss, it's always good to have you here. thank you for being so frank. >> up next, jane pauly on a new way to live for the 50-plus set. but first, this is "today" on
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back at 8:41 with our series life reimagined today. jane pauley is working with aarp that produced these reports. >> good morning, savannah. as thanksgiving nears we think about home. well, some bombers are changing the meaning of home. this story from pittsburgh is about three women, one house, and a lifestyle reimagined. >> hello. >> hey, jane. >> reporter: this is jane's house and also louise and karen. >> who really owns the house? >> all three of us. >> whose name is on the mortgage? >> all of us. >> reporter: pooling their money they bought a large brick house. >> oh, i'm in love. >> reporter: the patio, living room and dining room are common
areas for eating, reading, and enjoying each other's company and they have for nine years. it was karen's idea. she was still in her 50s but thinking ahead. >> i had just finished renovating a really beautiful little white cottage that i loved, but i began thinking when i was in my 70s, retired, that would be a rather solitary and perhaps lonely way to live. >> reporter: but it was such a good idea, they decided, why wait? >> we could save so much money, have a really fun time and support each other living in a little community. >> why not now? >> why not now? >> i have saved way more for retirement than i would have been able to do if i were still living alone. >> so none of you were then retired. >> oh, we're not retired. >> gene is a registered no, sir. karen a corporate consultant. louise is a clinical
psychologist. she has the biggest room because she didn't need an office. gene has a suite on the third floor and karen's two rooms are separated by a bath. >> end table, coffee table, the corner cupboard, the antique table back there. this is my lamp and all the pottery is mine. >> that painting we actually bought together. >> reporter: but blending three households wasn't as easy as it looks. they have written a how-to book. >> what if somebody wants to leave? what if you want somebody to leave? >> we have it covered legally. >> what happens if one of you died? >> we each have life insurance policy with the other two as the beneficiaries. we knew we had to be prudent. so we did cover all the ugly possibilities we could think of. >> no guest will stay longer than seven consecutive nights or more than 21 total days in a
year. >> reporter: co-owning, intentional communities, cooperative living. it's a growing phenomenon. >> i like to say the boomers are the innovators of the generation. people are healthier, happier, live longer and live better when they live with other people. so the longer that we can live on our own happily, safely. >> takes three to change the light bulb. >> how great to come home and know there's someone there. >> absolutely and the lights are on. little things like that. >> reporter: that make a house a home. there are a growing number of online resources and home sharing networks to find people who might -- you might want to live with and who might want to live with you. and there are a lot of big houses just sitting on the market now. the reality check. you'll need some lawyering and
good adds advivisors before you decorating. join me and tell me what you think of cooperative housing at 55. >> i think it's a great idea. how fun would that be? >> that would be great fun if they wanted -- i got the good housekeeping award in college and they were kidding. >> i was going to say this is my way of asking you. maybe we can be roomies later in life. i think we could have fun. i'm not the best at cleaning but it's fine. >> we're a match then. >> we're perfectly matched. jane, thank you. coming up next, kelly clarkson is here and she's going to get us in a holiday spirit with a special live performance. but first, this is "today" on nbc.
>> well, kelly clarkson is back to perform a song from her first ever christmas album. >> kelly, good morning, good to see you. talk about this special you have coming up as well. >> well, you're in it so it makes it more special. no it's just really fun. there's a bunch of songs from the album that we're performing and the stage is so beautiful. they did such a great job, the producers and there's also funny -- there's a story that goes along with it. it's like a diva version of scrooge. >> we do a duet of white christmas. >> she said you were a little pitchy. >> yeah, that's not what she said. anyway, you're going to sing for us now? >> i am. i am. >> ladies and gentlemen, kelly clarkson. [ music playing ]
this portion of today is brought to you by american express founding partner. this saturday is small business saturday. get out and shop small. >> 8:54. let's check in with tamron and see what's shaking over in the orange room. >> we're still shopping and shaking, savannah. so many people tweeted us on our #shopsmall their favorite small business as if i need an excuse to shop. and a lot of you tweeted us good things about supporting small business. how do we factor in the internet, online shopping with small business support? >> most of these small stores have sites. you can still be in your pajamas and just shop at your local store online. >> you're seeing a lot of small businesses participate and take advantage of online. >> yeah. tons of promotions. stores open late and open early. you can take advantage of it. >> you can always follow your favorite store on twitter or facebook. so it's pretty good. guys i won't put you on the spot but i know savannah and natalie
love shopping. so we have a date? small business saturday. >> oh, absolutely. >> sure. >> and we'll use -- if anybody wants to offer up their credit card on that couch over there, we'll take it. >> savannah and natalie. >> we are hard working women but we like to be pampered. >> holiday season, so touching isn't it? >> the gift that keeps giving. >> i like small business. there's something about during the holiday season walking into a mom and pop shop or a small boutique. there's something intimate about that. >> they know your name. >> they know what you like and they're able to guide you to ideas that you might not have thought of. >> and it's what makes communities unique are these little stores. >> you sound like a commercial. >> i sure do. >> willie, what have you got? >> coming up in the next hour, we got a lot of people coming over to the house for thanksgiving. you have to give them something to do all day while you're cooking. we have games you can play. natalie likes quarters and flip
cup. that's her business. we have some family friendly games. >> much, much more coming up after your local n good tuesday morning to you. 8:56. i'm laura garcia canon. 49ers expect to get a key piece of their offense back today. wide receiver michael crabtree is expected to be activated today. crabtree tore his achilles in may and returned to practice just three weeks ago. we wish him well. hopefully you'll be cool weather that will warm up and get that achilles all toned up. >> sounds like a good time to me. good morning to you.
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>> announcer: from nbc news, this is today's take with al roker, natalie morales, and willie geist. live from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. and welcome to today on this tuesday morning, november 26th, 2013. another great crowd outside on the plaza this morning. i'm willie geist along with al roker and natalie morales. a lot of people in town to see the parade. >> yes. >> starting to get a little worried about the weather on parade day. >> well, we have to get to parade day first. tomorrow is going to be a huge, huge travel day. we're going to detail it coming up. but the big thing i'm concerned about right now there's a huge icing area that may kick in from
interior parts of new york all the way down and a quarter of an inch of ice or so. that's going to make roads rough. western new york, western pennsylvania heavy snow and along the coast we're talking about a lot of rain. so major hubs are going to be effected tomorrow. today on into tomorrow. >> a lot of people are trying to get out early. whether today or early tomorrow. storm hit new york and threatens to put a damper on the macy's thanksgiving day parade. we don't know yet but they'll decide on thursday morning. >> well, winds have to be -- sustained winds have to be 23 miles per hour or higher. wind gusts of 34 miles per hour to ground the balloons. i think the winds are going to stay below that threshold and for safety sake even if they don't make that threshold they may bring the balloons lower but they'll make a determination on site thursday morning. >> interesting that ray kelly, the new york police commissioner was saying they were going to have one police officer per balloon to be able to make sure
that -- there are 16 balloons in the parade to make sure they're all covered and have control assuming they get to be hoisted. >> let's hope they fly low. a couple of airlines are stepping up, delta, u.s. airlines, jet blue have to fly through the region. >> might want to check the fine print. >> the big problem is all the airlines are flying if not 100% full, pretty close to it. so trying to get on flight is really going to be an issue. it's interesting. >> we'll have some of the maps coming up later. we'll stay on this for you. a lot of people are traveling today and tomorrow. we'll be on it for you. yesterday, the president of the united states was making a speech in san francisco. he was confronted by a heckler. san francisco, usually friendly territory for the democratic president had an audience he thought of supporters. >> there's an immigration
speech. >> that's right. >> there was a man in the audience that had an outburst, was angry over the number of deportations since president obama has taken office. take a look at the exchange. >> most importantly we will live up -- most importantly we will live up -- >> families are separated -- >> most importantly we will live up to our character as a nation. >> families are separated. i need your help -- >> let me finish. no, no, he can stay there. the easy way out is to try to yell and pretend like i can do something by violating our laws. and what i'm proposing is the harder path which is to use our democratic processes to achieve the same goal that you want to achieve but it won't be as easy as just shouting. it requires us lobbying and getting it done. >> so the man was a 24-year-old immigrant from south korea. he was a graduate of cal berkeley.
he was there. they vet these crowds pretty well typically. this was a rally. >> he was right behind the president. >> right. he was speaking for a lot of people that had been detained and couldn't speak up. >> i think that the president handled it well by engaging and saying let me answer his questions and his concerns. this is the way sometimes you have to handle it. let me take it head on and make the comments i need to make but address the issue at large here which is in this case immigration. with obama care and so much focus on that, immigration has been forgotten. >> put on the back burner. >> the president's argument was i can't wave the magic wand and make this go away. but he did do that for the younger dreamers. there's a whole dialogue in there. the first lady michelle obama talking about how they celebrate the holiday season in lady's home journal on stands today. she talks about her holiday play list which includes favorites,
mariah carey and nat king cole. >> top on my play list. >> all i want for christmas is you. as far as a religious christmas carol, hark the herald angels sing and i love it from charlie brown christmas. >> you have two off the first lady's list. >> you have one also on my list that i love. >> the little drummer boy. the version where it's bing crosby and david bowie. the video is surreal too. >> their voices just meld so perfectly together. it's beautiful. >> never gets old and springsteen's merry christmas, baby. >> yeah. i love that. >> it's not even thanksgiving
and i'm ready. >> you're going to hear it over and over and it's never stopping. >> all holidays all the time. >> i do love it, though. >> yeah, it's good. so this is interesting. i wonder if either of you have done this. more than 23% of winning offers for homes included a personal letter from the buyer to the seller. that's according to agencies. sometimes homeowners will accept less money from a potential buyer because they got a letter from someone that says i'm going to take care of your house and nurture your house and respect your house. >> we're going to have all the memories you want us to have in your house. >> you send a personal letter and you hope that that puts you over the top in their eyes. in the homeowners eyes. >> the home that we're in right now was two elderly sisters who had grown up in this house and a couple of families had bid and they wanted to meet the family. they were from england. they no idea who i was.
lela put it over the top. they wanted to make sure that another family with children would grow up and have the same memories in their house. >> she was the closer. >> bring the baby. >> she came in from the bull pen and closed it. >> she shut it down. >> that's my girl. >> but i guess the question in this is would you really shave money off the price? it's a nice thing and i would do it as well. >> if you had two very close bids. but one was maybe $10,000 less on your home but they wrote you the sweetest letter and they had beautiful kids that kind of looked like your kids, wouldn't you pick that family? >> yeah, if the difference was that slight, probably. >> yeah. it's like, yeah. >> it's nice. >> you want them to have the same memories and to know that this is a house that our family loved and we're passing it on to another family that's going to love it. >> nice. >> well, in a completely unrelated story. >> wow. >> completely unrelated. >> there was a snake on a windshield of a car. >> where is samuel l. jackson
when you need him? >> i don't want to hurt him? will it hurt him? >> no. >> oh my god. oh [ bleep ]. holy [ bleep ]. watch this. i'm going to do it again. >> they were a little unsure what to do because they were worried about hurting the snake too. >> that was nice. >> very nice. >> this is a venomous snake so i'm not so worried about keeping it alive. >> get that wiper fluid. >> wow. >> just slitherred away. >> we have winter storm watches, winter storm warnings. winter weather advisories. at some point, 32 states
involved in this thing. 200 million people going to be effected by this. you can see this area of purple and pink. that's the freezing rain. the icing conditions. heavy showers and thunderstorms getting together. so this is all making its way up to the north. this morning, you could see the heavy rain in the southeast. this storm is going to develop and come out of the gulf and bring a lot of moisture. you can see snow wrapping around this system. we're going to be looking at wind gusts by tomorrow morning. about 50 miles per hour. it's going to wreak havoc with the airports from washington, new york, boston, philadelphia. lake effect snow going to be setting in and, in fact, you can see basically anywhere from two to three inches of rain setting up. but we're also talking about snow. if you're thinking of driving from the east coast on into the west and upper midwest, syracuse, eerie, pennsylvania, cleveland, ohio, pittsburgh. you can be looking from three inches of snow to a foot of snow with blinding winds.
it's going to be very, very difficult. this all lifts up and out by wednesday night but the damage 9:10. happy tuesday morning. meter olgts christina loren. this is san francisco high and midlevel clouds working into the bay area. this will be the case for today. the clouds really thicken up in the second half of the day, but it's mostly cloudy across the board. temperatures right now mostly in the 50s. good-looking day shaping up. we're going to cleem out of the 50s into the mid 60s. south bay looking good at 66 degrees. san jose. 64 in the mission district of san francisco. up the north bay comfortable conditions. santa rosa, 66 for this afternoon. and that's your latest weather. >> all right, al. thanks a lot. coming up next in our series thanks and giving. [ webb ] i think the reception for this product is overwhelmingly positive. this toothpaste sensodyne repair & protect can actually repair
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it's our annual week of thanks and giving where we highlight the work of st. jude's children's hospital. >> a young athlete that refused to let cancer keep her from following her passion. >> she was a talented gymnast when she was diagnosed with leukemia. with the right treatment and a persevering spirit she is bouncing back strong. >> kate foster spent much of her waking life in the gym. >> i was at the gym like 20 hours a week. you repeat the skills over and over and over again to get them perfect. >> between gymnastics and cross fit workouts with her family, this dynamo was a picture of health. but suddenly a mysterious illness slowed her down. >> we had her tested for all kinds of things. diabetes, mono, nothing. they couldn't find anything wrong with her. >> eventually an unexpected diagnosis. a cancer of the blood and bone marrow called myeloid leukemia. >> my initial response was no
way. this can't be. how could that happen? we thought all kinds of things could be wrong with her but cancer never entered our minds. >> when i did find out it was a cancer, i still didn't know what that meant. it just sort of seems apart from my life. >> instantly, kate traded the gym for the hospital. one month into chemotherapy and more bad news. an infection in kate's knee meant her leg would have to be amputated on the same day as her bone marrow transplant. >> actually i told them no. my parents told them no quite a few times too although in our heads we all knee it was going to happen and that is what needed to happen. it was a leg or a life. >> reporter: kate went into remission and things looked better. kate became an ambassador for cross fit and continued to exercise. but the cancer returned. >> the relapse was devastating. it was out of the blue.
we were shocked. the doctors were shocked. she had been doing so well. >> reporter: kate's families weighed their options and st. jude's won out. >> there was a study at st. jude and that's what we decided to do. going into it, what we wanted to do most of all was anything different. anything above and beyond that we hadn't done the first time since we thought we had nailed it then. >> reporter: kate took part in a clinical trial for a new medication. >> the treatment that kate got at st. jude was designed specifically for patients who get a second transplant to do another high intensity transplant is very dangerous. so we were looking at ways to give less toxic chemotherapy and still get enough leukemia to have success. >> after four months receiving treatment at st. jude, kate returned home at illinois. she began her freshman year of high school cancer free. >> it never occurred to me that i might not come back.
it was auld kind of i'm going to go back. what am i going to do when i go back? >> reporter: with the support of her family kate is back at it rebuilding her strength and standing tall as she prepares to compete once again. >> i wanted to be doing gymnastics. i wanted to be at school. i wanted to be learning. i wanted to be learning out. all of those kind of little things that you don't realize until you can't have them. >> what a great story. >> incredible girl. >> kate couldn't be here with us this morning because she and her family are on a special trip to australia that was made possible by the make a wish foundation. >> marlowe thomas is the national outreach director of st. jude's children's hospital. good to see you. >> thank you. >> thank you for this opportunity to shine a light on all the work you all do at that hospital. we love having you there every year. >> thank you. >> what would you say as we watch this story and the others you bring us every year, what's the st. jude's difference?
why do people come to this particular hospital? >> what's fascinating is she benefitted from our project. and she benefitted from that. we targeted her cancer with a brand new drug that we have never used before for aml. and it's fascinating because we can see this kind of reaction this quickly from our project. it was also interesting about st. jude that she is now in remission, thank god. and thank god she never leaves remission but we're ready. we know what we're going to do next. we're going to do a program next if this doesn't work. that's what is different about st. jude. we have it all lined up. we know exactly where we're going next. >> what difference has st. jude made in fighting childhood cancers? >> aml is a much more difficult cancer than all. a.l.l. we have a 90% survival rate.
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taking a look at the headlines, a massive storm causing a lot of travel headaches for millions of americans this holiday week but there is something you can do if your plane is delayed or cancelled. you should check out websites and apps like twitter for up to the minute information on delays and cancellations and chemocalm when asking airlines for help rebooking a flight. a plane full of passengers are also doing the same thing. consider purchasing a day pass to the vip lounge because they are typically staffed with airline reps. now to black friday or as al would like us to call it, green friday. there's one company keeping it's deals top secret. apple announced a one-day shopping event but it's not saying which products will be discounted. they'll be offered in stores and online and ipads and tablets are
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♪ [ female announcer ] this christmas, light santa's way with the hallmark santa signal ornament. a very good tuesday morning to you. 9:26 now. i'm laura garcia canon. more than 1,000 people expected to attend a vinl ill for beloved east bay high school football coach tonight. a memorial at fremont john f. kennedy high school for john webb is growing. c.h.p. says the 76-year-old was driving directing traffic are not a wreck that happened on northbound 680 on saturday night when he, in fact, was hit by a car. the san jose state alum was a football coach at j.f.k. high school. his colleagues say he had opportunities to coach in the nfl, but his focus was on student athletes. the vigil will be held outside of j.f.k. high school at 6:00 tonight. this morning oakland police searching for suspects who opened fire sending seven men to the hospital.
>> welcome back. 9:26. look at the sky over san jose. really pretty here. we do have midlevel and high clouds streaming in. courtesy of an area of low pressure slated to bring in some showers as we get into your thanksgiving thursday, but i do want to point out, mostly cloudy conditions over the greater bay area. temperatures are still pretty chilly throughout. in the 40s and 50s. nice finish to the day headed our way. temperatures will climb from the 40s and 50s into the 60s. 65 degrees on the way to saratoga. san mateo at about 66 fwreez. san francisco, looking good. hitting the 60s later on, and temperatures will be comfortable in the north bay. mid 60s. warmest city, as per usual, will be pleasant at about 68 degrees. 2 degrees shy of 70. not too bad for november. mike, over to you.
>> ear looking at 880, not too bad right now, i guess, but we are looking at a slowdown that's slower than we expected because of a light volume of traffic. we did have a stalled big rig. you see that on the shoulder as well as a fender-bender in that backup. look at all the big slow from 238 to through the area. the rest of the traffic around the bay is a lighter volume of traffic. that keeps things moving nicely outside of oakland there. we're looking at what used to be a peninsula south 208 and bunker hill is crashed. that's what causes you all the slowing down towards 92, and then south bay no problems msnbc now, and look how light it is. laura, back to you. >> mike, another local news update coming up in just half an hour. enjoy your tuesday morning.
yes, look at that face. look at that face on thanksgiving week. welcome back, tuesday morning, november 26th, 2013. >> hi. >> hey guys. very enthusiastic wave. >> she's very happy. >> i'm willie geist with al and natalie. there's this new video that's been posted. it got like 400,000 views. >> just overnight. >> it's a comedy video. >> yes. >> by a father and his 10 month old child called how to fight a baby. >> it's gone viral. >> like this and then slam. >> you think you got what it takes? you think you can take your old man? >> i love the fear of babies
assuming that their punches or their scratches or slaps hurt. they don't actually hurt. watch this. >> doesn't hurt. >> okay. >> baby got the throat punch. >> that's the one where people are like -- the throat hold there. >> he's playing around. >> he's playing around with the kid. his name is gavin mcginnis by the way. he is a father of three and he has everything from a 7-year-old to a 10 month old. and he said the first child when you have one, you're scared you don't know how to handle them. second one you just check to make sure they're still breathing and the third one you're like they're hard to kill. it's a joke. it's a joke people. it's a comedy. >> dad's rough house a little more with their baby boys and girls. >> i think it's good to rough house with your kids. >> especially girls. >> do they? the confidence building? >> studies have said that girls
really do benefit from rough housing with their dads. >> i rough house with my boys all the time. it's wrestling in the house all the time. >> by the way gavin if you don't think when your baby grabs hold of that beard -- >> oh, boy. >> that hurts. >> well at the end of the video he has like an eye patch on and he's like he got me. >> baby always wins. >> george geist and i do a lot of wrestling daily. we get specific characters. he said today i'm hulk hogan. >> you're always hulk hogan aren't you? >> yeah, he's always a bad guy. >> because daddy likes to rip his shirt off. >> does she share the fast nation with the wwe as you do? >> no. >> how does christina feel about you guys oiling up? >> me and christina? >> no, you and george. >> wow. you really went there. >> happy holidays everybody. >> speaking of holidays, if you could play a little more of hark
the harold angels sing, it happens to be charles schutz birthday. >> he was a brilliant man and brought a lot of joy. >> still continues to. >> every holiday we pull them all out. >> absolutely. >> today as we have been telling you, rough weather in the southeast. that's all moving up to the north. western two thirds of the country, spectacular. no big problems. as we look ahead to tomorrow, more wind, more rain, snow in the great lakes. fridged conditions from the plains. cold as you make your way down to the gulf coast and then on thanksgiving day, sunny, windy for the 87th macy's thanksgiving day parade. wind chills in the teens. make sure you bundle up. the winds will be out of the west northwest 15 to 20 miles per hour. gust of 30. hopefully that will be below the threshold for the balloons and
thanksgiving day, again, snow around the great lakes. cold making your way into the 9:34. good tuesday morning to you. i'm meteorologist christina loren. mostly cloudy conditions across the greater bay area. along the peninsula today, temperatures are going to be comfortable. we will hit the 60s, so we're looking good there. overall plenty of 60s for today. peak warmth this afternoon. getting into tomorrow. things start to change. we'll see mostly cloudy skies return, and cooler weather as well. on and off showers arrive as we head into your thanksgiving day. we're looking pretty good. overall thanksgiving will be a little bit on the slick side. expecting those showers to move into the peninsula. 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and that's your latest weather, guys. >> thanks a lot. the good thing about the holidays is you get to spend quality time with the family. the bad thing about the holidays, all the quality time with the family. >> here with ideas to keep the kids and grown ups having fun this thanksgiving is meredith
st. clair. good morning. we have a lot of great kids to help us with this segment as well. >> all about keeping everybody occupied. one thing that i know in my house we like to do and most people like to watch the parade. the thanksgiving day parade is always on or football. you can still do those. we're going to make it a little more interactive. we have created these great principles available on today.com and we have made football bingo and a scavenger hunt using these things. they're going to look for things in the football game and in the parade over here. so, like -- >> funny. >> you have your winners and they can look for a funny commercial with an animal. >> right on the marker. >> and we have a great scavenger hunt. >> so, you keep playing your bingo there. >> i think aaron rogers fumbled is one of them. somebody isn't a packer's fan. >> go steelers.
>> and this, kenna is with our vintage typewriter. so this is an activity that brings the whole family together one line at a time. it's super fun. what you do is your start a story on the typewriter and then kenna you do the next line. you invite your guests to come to the typewriter as many times as they want but they can only write one line at a time and then at dessert you read the story and it always ends up really funny and you guess who wrote which line. kenna has an old typewriter and there's something about the typewriter that's very different than the laptop. >> my kids would be like mom, what is this thing? >> dinosaur. >> what does this do? >> thanks. type away. >> thank you. over here you said forget the kid's table. get the kids to the grown ups table. >> she is going to work on the table to dos. i have gone to michaels and -- you go ahead and start.
she is going to decorate her cone first throughout the day and then you fill it with all kinds of craft things to put on the back of the chair so when they're at the table with the adults and the conversation isn't all about them, they have a little craft to do throughout the dinner. >> so you don't like splitting them up? keep everybody together? >> i think you can do with a little preproduction. another idea to make it more engaging is to ask your guests to e-mail a picture of them from when they were little and use that and frames you might already have down the center of your table and then throughout the meal, try and guess who is who and have the stories told about them. >> we'll take it outside for a little bit. >> got to have it. >> a little different with the football here. >> we have taken a plain old flag football set and we turned it into turkey toss. we put feathers on and made the football into a turkey and everyone can get in on the action. go outside a plnd play a little bit. >> he's ready. >> yeah.
>> awesome. >> and then over here -- >> yes. >> we want to try a little tightrope walking. >> yes, move over trampolines, there's a new star of the backyard. this is very popular with kids. she has one of these. do you want to go for a walk? you can either put this on two trees in your backyard and when you do that there's a learning line that comes with that or you can do it on this rack and all you need to provide are the two little boards and you can make it as long as you want. this is on sale with the holiday code holiday 2013. >> you and i did this at the grand canyon, remember? >> the wallendas. >> we're trying to balance and some of these kids can do tricks. >> great. >> great idea for family fun. >> good job. >> coming up next, you open a gift, you don't like it. what do you do then? how do you act? how do you react? awkward holiday situations. >> look how awkward al is right
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can't lie to me." good morning. >> good morning willie. >> i think. i'm catching the next flight. you guys go ahead. what do you do when you get the middle seat and it's all elbow fighting. >> you have to lock it to block it. you're going to be sitting like this for the next 3,000 miles. >> you have to establish your territory. >> you have your little phone, make sure you have your head sets before you get into the seat? because you need to be prepared to be antisocial. >> good. >> don't sit down in the seat and look for that because now and i have grabbed the territory. it's like we're a dog in heat. we peed in the perimeter and marked our territory, al. >> what? what kind of plane are we on? i'm not going to fly with you. >> avoid eye contact and be prepared to be antisocial. if you don't want to talk for 3,000 miles with your head tilted to the side. >> what about when you got -- you're in the middle seat and
folks are asleep -- especially going toward the aisle. >> that's hard. >> here's the deal, this is intimate zone. who do we get close to like this? >> what? >> this is our loved ones. be careful. if you're having a conversation like this. look at me willie. how you doing. >> you're very forward. >> your beard is very fancy. >> you're in an intimate zone. >> do you need love al. >> no, no. don't love me. >> this is very intimate. intimate zone. it's a little too much to have a long conversation. >> i asked you about the bathroom. how did we get into that. >> maybe that's where this is headed. >> let's move on to another topic. >> okay. what's our next thing here. here we go. you don't know anybody at the party. you want to make friends. al, i got this. >> i'm sorry. >> how do you join in to a social situation where you don't know anyone? i call this decode, develop,
deliver. so if -- al, i'm going to have you scoot back over here. willie and i are having a conversation. are we open to having the conversation joined by you? if our body is out like this, we're saying we're open to these people coming and joining us here having a conversation. if we're doing this, we're not interested in being interrupted. >> like the plane, we're back at it. >> now develop, how to break into our circle is easy. you want to say two things, one, i only have a second. you have a quick get away and you're not feeling rude or you're intrusive. >> we have to get to the last thing. >> if it true? is it true? >> yes. >> give each other our present. >> okay, willie. >> and this must be for me. >> you're the best. >> what happens if you don't like the present you get for the holidays? the bad news is we have an expression that happens in the a 15th of a second on our face.
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>> if your kid runs away or throws a fit at the sight of a comb or brush, we have things for them to start the holidays. she is the founder of cuts for kids. you'll show us styles parents can do at home. >> it's all easy. it might look difficult but it's not. >> show us how to make that wave curl. >> she is wearing this nice, loose natural curl which is in style right now. it's so easy. you take your curling iron. you take a section of hair, maybe about an inch and a half thick. first key point is make sure you put the clamp facing you. >> okay. >> so you don't kink it. >> key point is use it vertically. you pull it all the way down and this piece at the top is not hot. so you can hold it to help you. and then the last really
important point is before you take it out, make sure you open it and just pull it out. >> just pull it out. >> then you have a nice, really natural curl. >> beautiful. she is such a gorgeous girl. beautiful hair. >> over here we have sarah. you're going to show us the french twist you made so beautifully here. >> so sarah's hair has a beautiful twist. it's more formal. you can wear this with a pretty fancy dress. you can take like you're taking a ponytail and start to coil the hair in and while you do it, you pull it up. we did it in advance. >> you're tucking it under and pulling it up so it gets that elongated twist. we did it in advance. >> we tuck it in and pin it. that's great. >> over here to sasha and the ribbon braid. >> it's pretty. >> it goes with your dress so well. this is super easy. just like you're going to make a braid you separate into three
sections. we wrapped each section with ribbon and then you literally just braid the hair. >> i love that. >> and then you tie it at the end. >> with the extra and then you clip it off. >> beautiful. >> it's great with the dress. you look gorgeous. >> moving on to the boys. this is the popular look here. the side swept hair. this is a very cool, very natural look. all you want to do is take a little bit of styling cream which looks very natural in the hair. rub it on your hands. you want to go from underneath to give it body. >> you look great. >> let's get to matthew here really fast. >> matthew, we're going to spike his hair. use a little bit of styling gel for this because it gives it a little bit more of a real style. >> all about the product. >> you just pull it up. >> i'll let you do that. thanks guys and kids. thank you so much. happy thanksgiving. we're back in a moment.
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over the 20 years or so our toy drive has given more than $300 million worth of toys to needy kids. >> one of our biggest contributors has always been kohl's. the chief customer officer here. thank you for what you're doing this year. >> thank you for having us. so good to be here. >> what's your donations? >> well, so every year we participate in your fantastic gift drive and this year last the past nine years we're giving over $2 million. 17 million over the next nine years. >> so close to christmas. >> we sell fantastic toys in all of our stores and every year we sell this merchandise, $5, it's very fitting.
prosecutors say he set 18-year-old sasha fleschman's skirt on fire. sacha, who continues to recover from third degree burns, identifies as agender, meaning neither male nor female. in a few hours a california safety group will announce its annual list of potentially dangerous toys. cal -- will feature toys that pose danger. the group will also publicize an on-line toy safety quiz for parents. let's check the forecast now with meteorologist christina loren. good morning. >> hey, good morning to you, marla. good morning to you, ath at home. want to start this live picture san francisco. plenty of high and midlevel clouds overhead. that's the same sky you're going to find across the fwraert bay area. temperatures mostly in the 50s right now. headed towards a really good-looking second half of the day. we're going to climb out of the 50s and into the mid 60s by about 2:00 this afternoon. 66 in san jose. the peninsula right around 66
degrees in menlo park, and, hey, up in the north bay, comfortable conditions. 66 for santa rosa. let's check your drive and say good morning to mike. >> good morning, folks. we have a nice recovery here with northbound 880 past the coliseum. still p on the shoulder, but not a problem. we're looking at the maps, and we'll show you the slowing to the area from 280 northbound to the coliseum, and then easing as you get into downtown oakland. 580 very clear by comparison. smooth drive on the approach towards the bay bridge, and the toll plaza has basically no backup. let's take a look outside. you stlee no problems. do you have a crash there north 101. >> all right, mike. thanks so much. back with our local news wrupt. see you then.
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>> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> hello, everybod i've got hodie laughing already. >> yes, you do. >> it's booze day tuesday. november 26th. we're delighted you're here. we're delighted rick springfield is here. >> i like when he's here. >> the adorable, hussy guy. matthew hussy is with us answering your relationship questions. we have a guest, a very, very prestigious peresian is in our
midst. >> siylvie is here. >> we want to welcome her. we like hearing her speak. >> we're not in paris. on the armed forces network we might be. >> on the web. >> so my mom, my brother, his wife and two kids are all coming to see me for thanksgiving. they are getting on a train here this afternoon. >> they're going to beat the bad weather. >> the bad weather is blanketing the east coast and a lot of other states have gone through. there are airport delays and all the rest. >> i spoke to my mom this morning. it was already raining really bad. i'm glad they're not flying. that train is pretty effective, you know? nice and safe. you never leaving the ground if you know what i mean. >> i opened up my fridge with a hefty bag and started dumping stuff that had expired. >> not since the ice age have you done it before. >> there was stuff in there from the last -- few things from the last thanksgiving. don't act like it's not in your
fridge too sometimes. >> are you kid -- >> little -- not like -- not like food in containers. >> is there some turkey in there, 1-year-old turkey. >> we bought some other stuff, sauces. oh, that must have been from -- and i opened up the spice cabinet. >> yeah. >> lots of stuff is there. i was like, what -- not just spices but crackers that were opened from god knows when. >> you put your shoes in there, don't you? you use your kitchen for other things like bobbi thomas comes. >> when they come i clean. >> that's good. >> wow, my apartment looks awesome. >> can you imagine how horrible holidays would be if you couldn't stand your family? >> oh, god. >> that's the case for a lot of people. >> yeah. yeah. >> couldn't stand them. >> i know. you know what, this is interesting. you brought up something interesting about how sometimes kids and their parents get separated when they're having a meal together. >> right. yeah. after church on sunday we went to a little restaurant that we love. it's actually the restaurant where cody and kathy went as
little people to learn how to behave. i remember watching them play. cody had his gi joe guys and kathy would have her barbies. at the end of lunch cody's guys would be dead and kathy's people would be matched up and be in love. they were in their own creative world. i was at a lovely, lovely -- two families having lunch as well. i saw something that i've never, ever seen before. it was every child had on headphones and their own ipad through the entire lunch. the food came and they ate with this. >> with the headphones on? >> yeah. i -- i'm not judging at all what the parents are doing, i just thought -- i remember thinking, oh, my gosh, how life has changed so much. and i treasure those lunches i had with my kids where they would talk and i didn't lose --
you lose them so soon anyway. i think places like college, boyfriends, cars and things. i want to hold my kids as close as long as i can. >> right. right. >> i understand why it's great for the parents because then they can talk and chat and fun for the kids, they don't have to -- >> i think it should be -- it's not -- like i get why sometimes parents need quiet time and they want their child to do their thing. i think once the food is served, the headphones should come off, ipads down, you should have conversation. but i do think there's something weird that's happening. you can see with kids and ipads and headphones and even i'm sorry even grownups with headphones, you walk down and i feel so sorry for flight attendants. would you like something to drink? what? what? >> everybody is in their own little world. it's something we can control. the world is just such a mess and everything is going down the toy toy. you want to control one little -- one piece of the earth, one piece of the nether world.
>> you walk down the street and someone is listening to music and they knock into you. i bumped into someone and said i'm sorry. they're so lost, they didn't know that i hit them accidentally. >> like that girl on the basketball court. whoosh. yeah, i don't know. i would love to hear how you feel about it. i'm not judging, i'm saying this is how much -- we had a segment on a couple years ago where we talked about we now live in what's called a post modern society. for the first time ever in the history of civilization, we are more comfortable with technology than we are with other human beings. i think that's ultimately a dangerous think thing. >> you see it in how kids are dating. now it's a text and a text and a text and an e-mail. then when you finally get the phone call, the real contact, even that's a big deal. >> they don't know how to actually talk to each other when they go on a date? >> i don't know. i don't know. >> anyway, boy, am i old. anyway, yesterday, you want to feel grateful. first of all, the thing i don't
see enough people doing before meals is saying a prayer of gratitude. i know you like crazy people, but i think it's so important to realize where all our blessings are coming from. yesterday we went to the new york city rescue mission. >> we go every year. it's a great thing where a lot of families come and get a nice, good, hot thanksgiving meal. >> they're brought in from the homeless shelters. >> some of the kids are so adorable. >> so precious. >> and so great. they had music and -- >> he was singing away and he took over for me. i didn't sing this year. >> real thing about this kid. this kid is sitting at a table. hi. he said have you seen evelyn. i go, evelyn? evelyn, have you seen her? he said, who is she? she's my mom. she missed the bus. he was with his grandmother. so we're sitting there, the kid's staring at the door. then this woman walks in, and you could have died. this kid -- >> sheer joy. >> -- hugged her waist and didn't let go. it was like one of those
moments. he was such a great kid. i thought, you know, you look at a kid like that. he's beaming. dressed. he had his jacket on. >> yeah. >> it was very sweet. >> i have been doing that for many, many, many years. it's an amazing organization. when i started going to that thanksgiving banquet years ago, there were no families. >> wow. >> it was all individuals, mostly men. >> wow. >> in the years since it's women, it's all -- >> families. >> families. so many families. >> yeah. >> you know, etlet's just be really mindful to start taking care of people that don't have the means to take care of themselves. >> all right. occasionally on our program we get to break news. it doesn't happen often, but every now and then something is leaked at 10:00 a.m. here is what is leaked. entertainer of the year by "entertainment weekly," it is sandra bullock. >> yeah. she's having a heck of a year. >> the pictures inside are gorgeous. i'm sorry but -- >> first of all, she's drop dead beautiful. she's so talented and a nice
woman. >> i like her hair like that. >> kind of messy. this is even a better picture. love this. love this. look how great she looks. that only took about a couple hours and about five people. we've seen her without any of that. she looks just as gorgeous. >> she does. you know when we loved, we saw "the heat" when we went to florida. we sat with popcorn on the couch and watched "the heat." if you haven't seen that with melissa mccarthy. >> i have not seen it. >> let's watch a clip since we have it. >> stop pulling my pants off. >> jesus. >> what? >> what are those? >> what? what are those? >> stop. stop it. they're my spanx. they hold everything together. >> why? what's popping out? >> it went off about airing it out. >> "gravity" made 536 million worldwide. she's having a heck of a year. >> she is. congratulations. >> remember what happened when she won the academy award and then her marriage imploded. then she got that beautiful little boy luis. >> there's a new video, you guys
have probably seen it. the kanye/kim video. it's a music video of kanye west. we'll show you a clip and then we'll talk about a parody ♪ you remember where we first met? ♪ ♪ okay, i don't remember where we first met but hey admitting is the first step ♪ ♪ ain't nobody perfect and i know -- ♪ >> that's his music video with kim and him. james franco and seth roggen thought it would be hysterical and funny to pair owe did i that video in their own way. >> you remember where we first met? ♪ okay. i don't remember where we first met but that's it and i know we got the worst rep but, hey, i ain't perfect ♪ ♪ hey, maybe we can make it to christmas ♪ >> oh, my god!
>> oh. >> oh, oh, oh. ♪ we can make it to the church steps ♪ >> all right. that's so disturbing i don't even know where to start. wow. >> kim gave it a thumbs up on twitter. she thought it was funny. nailed it. >> kanye has yet tweeted. >> he'll wait until he's doing a concert and he'll rant about it for 20 minutes. >> we have a quick call out. barbara corchoran is going to be here with the curb appeal. go to our page and go there. >> and she might choose your house and we'll give it curb appeal. >> we have two gorgeous guys in the wings waiting. >> matthew hussey fills you in. >> guess who's here? rocker rick springfield. he tells you why he is stripping down for you. >> maybe we can get him fall under the spell of your most hypnotic lips!
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♪ i wish that i had jesse's girl ♪ >> if you're about our age, that song will take you back to some good old times. the year, 1981 where hair was big and you couldn't get enough -- >> a lot of people were high, too. >> exactly. which earned rick springfield a grammy. >> now the aussie rocker is bearing it all just for you. his stripped down tour. that means he's hitting the road solo without his band and with a whole new feel. we're so happy you're here. >> welcome. >> concert last night, hoda woman. >> i heard. >> interview with us today. >> what happened to my wine? >> jerry? >> jerry took it. >> jerry, something happened to my wine. >> we'll bring it back to you. >> so how is it playing in the stripped down version, just you and maybe another guitarist occasionally? >> just me actually. it's great. i wanted to try something different. >> here you go. >> oh, thank you. >> thank you. >> yeah -- what?
>> yeah. >> wine, what hour is it? 10:00 in the morning. you've got to love that. >> that's how we roll. a big rock star, you usually go out and party but you knew you were coming to our show. what time to you go to bed? >> the show ends about midnight so got to bed about 1:30. quite a long show actually because i do a lot of story telling, tell stories about the songs and a lot of funny -- i've lived a pretty peculiar life and a lot of funny stories. >> the crowd must be going crazy because whenever you come here your groupies follow. >> hey! of course i knew that one. duh. >> do you ever get tired of that one? >> no, i don't. it's like your cutest child. when you bring your cutest child out and your aunts and uncles ooohhh, and ahhh. >> but do you new stuff all the time and they embrace it. >> when you go to your concerts
will you see grinch children all the way up to the grandmother? >> yeah. it's a pretty big scope. it's great. i love it. we had a five day fan event at club med in florida. >> oh, wow. >> it was families. it was great. you come to party and we drink and play songs we've never played before. it's really amazing. >> you're still having a good time at it. that's the key, isn't it? >> how are you playing with that bandaged hand? >> i burned my hand. that's the problem with drinking tea instead of wine. i tipped my hand and got a second-degree burn on your hand. >> you can burn your liver with that though. >> that's -- that's -- that's okay. you don't see that. >> now when you said part of your act is just telling stories. are you talking about, you know, things that people would read in your memoir? >> there's some stuff in the memoir. i didn't want to just do the memoir thing although there's a lot of stories in there. there's lots of stories. there's -- a lot's happened in my life. >> is that what's coming up in
may? >> no. >> novel? >> my first novel is coming out in may called "magnificent vibration." i'm really excited about it. i wanted to be a novel writer when i was a kid. it was songs -- stories like scad man, little horror stories, then songs took over and the music. >> the chicks. the chicks dig the singers, baby. >> more than writers. i kind of got that. >> do you mind playing a little of "jesse's girl" for us? >> how does it go? they forgot to tune my guitar so excuse me. >> fire the tuner. ♪ jesse is a friend ♪ yeah, i know he's been a good friend of mine ♪ ♪ but lately something's changed, it ain't hard to define. jesse's got himself and i wanna make her mine ♪ >> i love it when people sing my lines. ♪ and she's loving him with that body, i just know it ♪
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as you know, we have wanted a bar on this show for a long time. when the studio went through the renovation, they found one. >> we finally got one. let's not get carried it way. it's a bar cart. >> well, they happen to be a big trend right now. >> here to make sure it's stocked with all of the essentials. it's eddie ross. >> how are you? >> how's everything? >> it's going well, and we are starting here with this awesome
cart. but, first, we have martinis. >> dirty. >> made for you. >> and the olive. >> sylvie. >> come on. >> we're going to bring in our french speaker for this. >> do you like? >> here, sylvie, you try that. >> tell us in french what you think of it, please. >> this is awkward. delicious. a little strong for the morning though. >> here, baby. >> not bad, sylvie. >> all righty. this is pretty. >> what should we have on our bar cart. >> on the bar cart here, gin, vodka, rum, whisky. everything you need. if you decan'tkadecant it, make
have tags. here we have a good mix of new and old. you need all the bar tools. of course, a great ice bucket. >> what bar tools? what do you mean? >> we have a strainer, we have a martini shaker here. your little jigger. your little bottle opener. a little bar tool for cutting lemon/lime. >> look at these little straws, the metal ones. >> is that what they are? >> yes, metal ones. >> you want to make your bar cart as accessible for your guests. >> right. >> make sure that everything is there for them. here we have little bowls that i love that are $4 and they're great for little lemons, limes. it's a good mix of vintage and new. here i was antiquing this weekend. i found this decanter for $3.99 at the goodwill in connecticut. >> good shopper you are. >> all the mix of metals, copper, gold, silver. >> be brave. >> be brave. >> not matchy matchy. >> not matchy matchy.
you can find things from the high end retailers all the way to target now. here if you don't have, you know, floor space for a bar cart, a little bar tray is great. here, this is from d gallery. here you can put it out. we have it set up as a mimosa bar. >> everybody can help themselves. >> you can enjoy your party and let the guests help you out, too. >> some of them are heavy handed. >> you have to make sure you have extra stashed away to replenish. a little bowl for nuts, lemons, limes. paper cocktail napkins are just as good as linen. >> okay. >> really, it's the way to go for holiday entertaining. >> thank you very much. >> coming up, jill martin has charming holiday gift ideas all for under 50 bucks. >> the always charming, we enjoy him, matthew hussey is here to answer your questions. >> is hussey here? answer your questions. >> is hussey here? >> hussey
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webb is growing. the chp says the 76-year-old was directing traffic around a wreck on northbound 680 on saturday near fremont when he was hit by a car. that's at 6:00 tonight at j.f.k. high school. sflimplts oakland police are searching for the suspect who opened fire sending seven men to the hospital. it happened just after 6:00 last night near the corner of 96th avenue and olive street. one is in critical condition in the hospital this morning, but all seven are expected to survive. so far police say they don't have a motive in that case. we'll check the forecast and the roads affect break. - hi, i'm martha. if you know me, you know i don't do many ads, which is why when i say pine brothers softish throat drops are the best throat drops in america
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i'm christina loren. welcome back. highs all across the bay area in the 60s for today. those microclimates not making a huge appearance throughout this afternoon. it is a winter spare the air day. keep that many mind. mostly cloudy ask cooler and an year of low pressure moves in. this is going to bring us showers. on and off shower activity. best chance for the peninsula. looks like 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. the orange still many place, and speeds still below that stretch. the crash has cleared, so it's late slowing out of belmont in
towards san mat a wroe. the southbound side a distraction. not a big deal tomorrow. back to you. >> thanks. we'll have much more local news coming up in 30 minutes at 11:00. hope to see you then. we're back on this tuesday with more of "today." it is time to get the other view, people, on dating and relationships. >> here to get inside your man's head and tell you what he's really thinking is relationship expert and host of i heart radio's love life with matthew hussey. >> guess who it is, matthew hussey. >> you use your name in the title of your show? >> i realize i look a lot like my cartoon. oh, wow, you've really got me spot on obviously. >> shall we begin? >> yeah, let's do it. >> all right. tricia has a question for you and here it is. she says, we've been dating for two years and are in the process of house hunting. we haven't met each other's family yet but i suggested we should meet each other's family first before buying a house
together. he changes the subject each time i bring it -- bring up family. he seems very hesitant. what should she do? >> i think firstly family seems important to her and it seems less important to him. that could be for one of a few reasons. the worst reason that she would want to hear is that he's not really committed. he's not really house hunting with her, he's just going through the experience of looking at houses. >> a mortgage is one thing. >> he's not actually going to do it and, therefore, he's not meeting the family either because he's -- he's lazy. if he's across the country, there's another part that might not want to do it. still not a good sign. laziness can come down to it, too. >> he can be estranged from his family. she would have known that in the two years. >> even if he's not close to his family, you'd think he would want to meet her family. my big question to her is why are you asking me? ask the guy. she keeps asking him, do you want to come meet my family,
should we meet each other's families. if he keeps avoiding the subject start talking about that. look, is this family thing making you uncomfortable? if so, why? people don't give other people enough credit for giving them honest answers. if you ask the guy, a lot of times he'll tell you. >> that was a smart -- >> good, matthew. >> next question, ladies. >> ann is going to ask her own question on skype. >> we hope. >> hi, ann. >> hi. >> of course she is. it's working, yeah! >> hi, ann. >> hi. >> what's your question, hon. >> i recently celebrated my 31st birthday. i have a great life, amazing family and friends but the one thing i focus on is that i don't have anyone to share my life with. i think when i go on dates or meet men i try to rush things and force it to work and i just want to get to a place where i'm happy being single and can go on and how do i do that? >> good question. yeah. >> good for you for your honesty, sweetie. i think that's great. >> ann, it sounds like right now
you associate pain with being single and pleasure with being in a relationship, right? what is it you're looking for for a relationship? what will it give you that you don't have now? >> i guess i just feel to have someone to share my life with. you know, during the holidays and things like that, it just seems like it would be nice to have someone to celebrate these things with. >> i think right now there are many people in your life you can celebrate those things with. it doesn't have to be that one special someone. i also think that tendency to rush things because you want the result is the exact thing that scares guys off, right? so the way to not rush it is to say to yourself instead, okay, what is it i really want in a guy because i'm sure there are many things you want in a relationship but when you meet someone after five minutes you begin projecting the relationship you think it is rather than the relationship you actually have. see, in the dating stage, it's one of those rare times where -- it's one of the only times where we're the buyer and the seller
at the same time. right now you're thinking of yourself as the siller. will he want me? will he want me? i've got to make myself good enough. i want you to remember you're the buyer as well. when you're in the early stages of dating, you're judging whether he's right for you. you won't know that in the first day, the first week or the first three months necessarily. you're going to know by what he does for you and that's something only time can tell. stop making yourself more desperate than you actually are. >> yeah. >> great advice. >> a lot of it is pressure from your loved ones, families. you're 31, not married, not having children. do you feel a lot of that, sweetie, so it's coming from outside pressures? >> i do, yes. definitely. >> here's the thing i'll say, ann. relationships are a beautiful thing. if you're not enough with one, you're not enough with one. >> give it up for matthew. can we find a better way to skype? >> why, crane your neck like that. it's excellent. >> love you, matthew. >> you rocked it.
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their presents jill martin says. >> she has to be the contributing editor for "people style watch" jill martin. you have great finds for us, right? >> everything under 50 bucks. >> everything under 50 bucks. i am so excited for this gift guide. >> what do we have? >> who doesn't love a panty ornament from hanky-panky. >> if you don't like those, which i love to, they have naughty and nice packets. during the day you can wear white and at night you can wear black. >> i don't like my rear end. i like migraiy granny pants. leave me alone. >> you know what you like, your scented candles. >> $30. >> nice. >> so this is just a great way. >> cream and cologne. >> you guys are going to flip.
image 3-d. >> oh, my god. >> you have seven photos. >> are you kidding? oh, hodie. >> oh, my gosh, i look so fat. >> so that's my family. we're showing this. >> oh, my god. >> this is my family. you upload seven photos. >> my mom. >> i know. i did it. >> i can't wait to show them. >> it comes with this and -- >> oh, my god. >> seven pictures. >> look at mine. >> it comes like this. you make the middle. look. >> oh. >> that's my mom. we're shooting it through the camera so everyone can see. >> this is image 3d.com. upload seven photos. >> i love this. this is a great gift. >> done. done. >> so far you're on a roll except for the panties. >> mint it.com.
you can see up here, it comes framed with this little heart. >> that's adorable. >> you upload the photos and it comes shipped. >> how about your family? >> it comes just like that. >> thank you. >> let's move on to bracelets. >> let's. >> stella and bo.com. i saw these when we were doing yoga on a girl and attacked her. where did you get them? >> you can put whatever you want on them. i have love and bella. i have 4th hour. blake. became bean know. kathie, christine. if you have nieces, dogs. >> there's bella. >> then these are something i thought you would love. lennie and eva.com. >> life is either a great adventure or nothing. they come in these great styles. >> then old navy, i love initial sweaters. just a fun little gift. under $50.
initial sweaters. then sea weather, 10 to $50. >> that's all they are, $10. >> 10 to $48. >> makeup cases with your initials. all kinds of initials. >> scarves. >> i have one for each of you. these are jerry garcia art scarves. these are inspired, there's actual artwork put on to scarves. grateful girls.com, 19 to $40. >> they're soft. >> aren't they pretty? >> water colors on there. more ornaments and if you're a baker but you don't bake, 16.60 to $42. these are inspired baking goods. >> i love that. >> 49.50. over a $200 value. >> oh, my gosh. >> 140 shades, eyes, lips and cheeks. if you have a makeup lover in your family. >> look at that. >> bambico, all sustainable products. this is for a guy. >> i love it. >> old-fashioned.
>> 20 to $42. >> oh, my gosh. >> all different ones.hanukkah, cookies. >> look how adorable those are. >> i made these for all friends, family. then for the guy in your life, what's the way to his heart? through his stomach. >> cute. >> they are chocolate covered sports, basketballs, footballs, baseballs. >> you've outdone yourself. yes! jill martin, everybody. that's the way the pros do it. >> love it. don't have time and pash engs for a huge turkey this thanksgiving? you can wing it with chicken. we love our reed alexander in our kitchen right after this. >> he's growing up too fast. we're going across america to let people try the deep sweep power brush by oral-b for the first time. wow. it's "wow," you know? wow. wow. that feels wow! [ male announcer ] oral-b deep sweep, featuring three cleaning zones with dynamic power bristles
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we love him, reed alexander. >> if you are not the turkey type or you don't have time to cook one, reed's here with an easier alternative right out of his cookbook called "cool bites" and we love it. >> happy thanksgiving early. >> you are growing up. >> i love you guys. >> so nostalgic. >> first time in the kitchen. >> i remember when i changed your diapers. >> today we're going to stuff a chicken. >> we have a family friendly super easy thanksgiving version dinner. sometimes a turkey can be intimidating if you're a younger set coming into the kitchen. >> okay. >> the mini bird. the big bird is flying the coop. we're going to grab a chicken. super simple. kathie lee, do you want to make a rub? >> i've got it, baby. >> little drop of olive oil. we're not using any butter. >> that much? >> a little bit more. you can go ahead. >> perfect, perfect, perfect. then we have our mustard going in here for a kick of flavor.
dijon. >> i love that, yeah. right? >> now what have we got here? >> some thyme and parsley. garlic salt. we just made these. do you want to stir? >> yes. >> perfect. hoda, let's chat. we're going to coat the top portion of the chicken. first we're going to stuff inside the bird. >> half a lemon? >> yeah, absolutely. we'll use for flavor. >> i love it. >> it permeates the meat. we have parsley going in. you can do this rustically. a little bit of thyme. >> and garlic? >> garlic, too, yeah, yeah, yeah. >> shoving it in there. >> you've got it, all the way. >> on the way on top here -- >> totally. >> right? we're going to go ahead and coat our chicken and then we'll transfer that to our baking sheet. >> you used pure rel. do you pure rel often. >> i am a self-confessed germaphobe. >> it's important when you're
cooking. not only do you want to cook it through, but you want to make sure -- >> do you just slather it on the one side? >> yes. on the bottom, we'll have one stop shopping gravy. low sodium chicken broth. >> that's it? >> that's it. this would be great on a turkey if you are doing a thanksgiving turkey. >> i can't believe that's all we did. >> that's ready to go. >> into the oven, right? >> seconds away. >> 350 for -- >> 80 minutes, 350 degrees. >> 1:20. >> covered or uncovered? >> covered. great question. >> good. now butter nut squash, the ultimate side dish. speaking from experience, i'm an nyu college student. what college student doesn't love fries. if you're not going home, you can make these. that's your side contribution. instead of sweet potatoes, we're using -- do you want to do this? >> yes. >> dunk it and then we've got our corn flakes waiting here.
we'll add all of these amazing spices. marjorum, pepper, super simple, right? >> absolutely, onto the baking sheet. 425. >> i did it. >> i'm amazed. >> 425 for -- >> 425 for 40 to 45 minutes. >> i'm dying to try this. >> you have a sweet tooth, right? >> hoda does. >> i want to go for the chicken. >> we've got the roasted chicken, which is so delicious. dig in. i'm so excited for you to tase. >> who needs the plate. >> going straight for the chicken. >> rev up your engines. we have the fries. >> delicious. >> what do you think? do you like it? >> oh, my god. >> moist, right? >> absolutely delicious. then caramel pumpkin pie. instead of doing a traditional pumpkin pie, these are dairy free. >> you can have those hod. >> i can't get over this chicken. >> i'm going for a fry. >> absolutely delicious. >> love it? >> we love everything do you. >> i love you guys.
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this tastier thanksgiving is well worth the wait. the "today" show toy drive has helped make the holidays brighter for millions of needy kids over the past several years. >> one of our most generous contributors is the toy foundation. jean butler is with us today. thank you for your generosity year after year. >> thank you so much. this is our fourth year contributing to the "today" show toy drive. >> what are you contributing this year? >> we're donating $300,000 worth of toys to children in need for your drive. >> such as this little guy. >> who's this guy? what does this guy do? >> this is robo me. he's a customizable robot from wowie. >> what does he do, crazy stuff? >> reporting for duty, sir. >> it looks like he's got a place for an iphone.
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