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>> carson: i'd just like to add another episode of "last call" comes and goes. so thanks to everyone here at skylark, you for watching. now, bob mould is going to return and play a little more music for you from echoplex, thanks to them and we'll see you soon.
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from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb in studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> that's mean. >> i want to say dm --
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>> dennis quaid has a hit tv series called the art of more. a new movie coming out, he's in a band. >> and then the gorgeous diane lane is here, she starred in dozens of movies, that steamy "unfaithful." >> "under the tuscan sun" you have not lived or been to italy. >> she's a few blocks away from here, doing something she hasn't done before. >> and while the wine is flowing at thanksgiving, so will conversati conversation. something to keep you entertained, even the children. >> i hear that 1 million more people are going to be traveling this year than last year. i wonder that's because gas is not that expensive. >> nine out of ten of you guys are going to be -- nine out of ten of you guys are going to be
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>> the top four destinations based on bookings are las vegas. >> for thanksgiving. >> it's not exactly a religious one. >> a lot of people are escaping their families as well. not everyone adores their families like you and i do. >> new york ranks fifth which also makes sense, because of the macy's day parade. we have some instagram stars to share with you 37 a lot of us love our dogs so much we start looking like our pets. >> i wish i was that cute. >> there's kath and hers. >> topher brody and his dog named rosenberg are no
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people keep telling them they look-alike, they started dressing alike. they teamed up with a photographer and the pictures became viral hits. he's very introspective, he likes to sit back and watch while looking wise and regal and super adorable. >> so his account is a coat on blake. if you walk the streets of new york, they have coats -- >> they already have a fur coat. >> i can understand boots to protect the paws from the salt. >> this is going to make you upset. >> this is the 1955 good housewives guide.
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monthly, that was a magazine published an article called the good wives guide. >> it described the ways women should act to be the perfect companion. >> take a look at this 1950s instructional field called marriage is a partnership. >> at first monday morning, i was so proud of my man going out i had a lot to learn about cooking and keeping house, and sometimes those things can seem unimportant and dull. believe me, the wife does appreciate her husband's appreciation. and, of course, that works both ways. i tried to learn about pete's job. sometimes i shared his
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it was all part of the partnership. >> i was alive then. [ laughter ] >> i was two years old. >> that's good. >> i was very much alive then. and actually, my parents marriage at the time, was very similar to that. it was the norm. >> it was the leave it to beaver sort of. >> yes, yes, now you can't even say that any more. it's just -- the rules that they had in that -- >> if you want a happy marriage. >> housewife's guide -- >> no, housekeeping monthly. >> who cares, it's not around. >> here we go, before you see him, take 15 minutes to rest and check your appearance. this is hysterical. >> never complain if he's late.
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night. count this as minor compared to what he might have gone through that day. >> give him a seat. >> doesn't he know where a seat is in his own house. >> arrange his pillow and offer to take off his shoes. >> this is true, everybody. always let him talk first. be happy and try to be interesting. >> speak in a pleasant voice. >> that one does work. >> don't ask him questions. remember, he's the master of the hou house. and as such will always exercise his will with fairness and truthfulness. >> who is this guy? >> you have no right to question him. >> you were alive then, okay? >> i know it, and i'm not proud. catering for his comfort.
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like, i wish i lived there. catering to his comfort will provide you with immense personal satisfaction. that's actually true, making another person happy does make you happy. >> but in that list it makes no sense. >> and finally, a good wife always knows her place. >> if you know somebody like that, we'd like to have you on there's still people that think there's nothing wrong with any of that. you have the right to live your wife anyway you wan the to, right? >> you do, it just sounds like, you're at his beck and call and get on your knees and say thank you. and if he stays out all night and is cheating wildly, you say, thank you for coming home this morning, can i get you breakfast. >> because you had options, but you came home to me. for years in the bible, the
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i looked up what that word means, it's a word called hippothsso. you know what it means? it means to reach down and lift up in loving support. completely different than being sub missive. >> which is what every one of those things says to be. >> we have something called emoji ps everybody see. >> it's really disturbing. >> they're called violent. >> it's also on my eye. >> but on the lips it looks like you got the disease. i'm sorry. >> you can stick them everywhere you want. >> they have to get a closeup of your lips and eyelids. $10 for a pack of mini-tattoos. >> they're on your eyelids and lips. >> they feel a little bit dry,
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>> i think what did really is, is to show subtleties of your mood. >> what kind of mood are you in? >> well, check it out. >> i mean, i like you, but -- >> adorable. and very kissable. >> be sure to kiss your waitress. >> you know what time it is? >> friday funny. jokes for the kids for thanksgiving day. stupid. >> what did the turkey eat on thanksgiving. >> nothing. he was already stuffed. why do pilgrim's pants always fall down? >> i don't know. >> because they wear their belt buckles on their hats. what did the turkey say -- you have to really listen to this one. what did the turkey s say to th turkey hunter on thanksgiving? >> i don't know.
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>> really? he didn't want to be seen a a turkey, he's a quack, he's a duck. >> maybe the -- >> i told you to pay attention hoda. >> maybe the hunter was hunting for duck. >> that's why i said pay attention. the thanksgiving hunter was the turkey hunter. >> you can always find us on sirus xm 108 mondays and wednesdays at 2:00. >> ways to keep big and little kids entertained during a thanksgiving dinner. what the??? you're welcome. i just helped you dodge a bullet. but i was just checking my... shhh... don't you know that checking your credit score lowers it! just be cool. actually, checking your credit score with credit karma doesn't affect it at all. are you sure? positive.
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holiday entertaining is presented by pier one. >> over the next few weeks you'll be spending time with friends and relatives. >> whether you want to keep the conversation flowing at t everyone is entertained. we have some creative thanksgiving games. >> hi, jenny, how are you? >> good morning, ladies. historically, thanksgiving is all about the food. i think it's important to have activities and games for your guests as well. we want to talk about fun stuff to do on thanksgiving.
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thanksgiving. one person has a clothes pin, they put the clothes pin on them. i have to start looking for a pinp i don't know, have you to tell me, are you wearing a pin, is there a pin on somebody? is something happening? >> who put that there? >> you know what that means? you have to do a charade. i read it, >> okay, we'll get it. >> surfing. >> easy, easy. >> who's a word or a movie or -- >> now, what are you doing? >> you take the peg and put it on somebody else? >> what about -- wait, what about turkey hunt. >> you have to do something for the kids. all this involves is going online, getting a free download turkey picture, cutting it out, hiding them everywhere. i have them all over, can you find any?
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scavanger hunt, they come back and won. you guys get to reach into the treasure chest. >> it's really really -- >> let's move on to the dinner table. shall we. >> we have dinner served soon, right? but we want to make sure that the talking continues, people feel like they're getting to know each other. >> something called make a statement. >> basically, what i've done is, i love music so i your plates, you have a statement, and it's a lyric. your job is during dinner at some point, you have to make that statement somewhere. >> like mine. i was working as a waitress in a cocktail bar. i have to say that during dinner. >> i wear my sunglasses at night. because my corneas are infected.
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race, we have to go. >> this is called pluck a feather, it gets the conversation going. learn about people, you ask a question. >> as we go to break. who's the funniest person you know. >> hoda. >> kathie lee gifford. >> keep the conversation going. >> that's adorable. >> walk down memory lane with the lovely diane lane after this. my hygienist said the most rand thing. on the inside. her advice? use a toothpaste and mouthwash that strengthens both. go pro with crest pro-health advanced. it's uniquely formulated with activestrength technology to strengthen teeth inside and is better at strengthening the outside than colgate total. crest toothpaste and mouthwash makes my whole mouth feel amazing. advance to healthier gums and stronger teeth from day one.
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diane lane has been in the spotlight for nearly her entire life. her film career kicked off when she was 13 years old in the
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>> from an innocent onscreen relationship to a naughty one, she scored an oscar nomination for her seductive role as the wife who had a dangerous affair in "unfaithful." >> she should have won the oscar. >> of course. >> there were grilt movies in between, diane is now making her broadway debut in "the cherry orchard". >> the play by anton ruin. >> it's a comedy. >> a little greek tragedy, a little sitcom. >> saying your name, like it's the first time you've done something is surprising to me, for some reason. >> i've been on broad way in this show before. >> but i didn't speak. so it's my speaking debut. >> you were in the ensemble? >> yes. >> when was that, diane? >> oh, my gosh.
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that was in '77. vintage automobiles from then too. >> whatever you're doing, it looks great. >> what is it about this show that made you want to sign up for it? >> gosh. well, the writing itself, i mean, when you have such intense truth to power in the play itself, and the fact that it was -- this fascinating adaptation by steven car a.m. who was nominated for a of amazingly talented people. the round about theater is a wonderful not for profit theater. it felt a little bit like a dare, like, oh, do you really think you can pull this off. then i had to try it. >> of course. >> i bit this off, am i going to chew it. every night -- then you have to do it, 91 shes, but who's counting. >> only 8 a week. >> this is limited, if people want to get tickets.
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>> you have to keep going. >> yes, and there's discounts on thanksgiving week. that's what i hear about. >> you're love willing the whole experience. >> i'm having a ball. >> the kids come yesterday, a bunch of high schoolkids. >> it was so much fun. >> it was like swimming in cold water instead of warm water, you know, they were so exhilarated. >> they followed it, and they get it. >> they laughed, they cried, they were with us. >> when you were doing it years aing in in the '70s, there's a a picture of i think we have it, there's you. >> and it's -- i think i see -- >> there i am, peaking out. >> is meryl streep in there? >> yes. >> she was a fabulous -- >> there's mary beth. anya. >> we had an amazing cast. >> that must have inspired you to go do what those women do.
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experience, and going back to it, it's very serving of doing the part because i am haunted by what my character is haunted by, it's there for me in the hard drive. >> i have to tell you this, i don't think my daughter would mind. she's wanted to be an actress all of her life. every time she's asked who her favorite actresses are, she says, dia streep. >> wow! that's something to aspire to. >> the cherry orchard runs through december 4th. come on down. from one gorgeous hollywood star to another, dennis quaid givess us something to talk abot
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we are here with a hollywood star who's got the right stuff. >> dennis quaid is here. >> he's been making movies for the past four decades. he's covered a wide range of characters from dramas to thrillers to action to art of more." in it, he plays a real estate mogul navigating the cutthroat world of art dealers and auction houses, it's ugly. take a look. >> i'm going to build the bruker in museum of contemporary art. >> are you joking? >> oh, i don't joke about anything with my name on it. and i want you to be my curator.
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and run? or do you just want to stay here and take it slow. >> where do you go with that voice? >> yes. >> heavy breathing, don't sleep too much. >> it's a little kiefer sutherland. [ laughter ] >> it's so funny the art world is the backdrop for all this intrigue. you wouldn't expect it. >> it's a world i've never seen before. not on television and not much in the movies. what goes on behind the scenes, i was surprised with -- >> you should heists. it's something that's being stolen. >> the intrigue behind. >> there's a lot of heists going on behind the scenes. >> a lot going on behind the scenes. >> the art of more, it's about lust for power and money and sex and all -- >> never enough. >> behind the beauty of art. >> everybody wants more. >> but it's not all real art. >> i have mine. how about a little bit of yours. >> exactly.
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>> my character is a new york billionaire real estate tie kuhn who has a penchant for politics. the first season, we were shooting the first season, we had all 10 episodes wring and we were ten months into shooting and donald trump announced for president, i am seeing my dialogue coming out of his mouth. >> he does have some fine art. >> he does. >> but enough about melania. so are you loving it? you mix it up a lot, with your characters. >> a great time, the cast of the show is really fantastic. kate bosworth, and kerry ellis and this new kid christian -- >> haven't seen enough of him too. >> princess pride, remember how great he was in that? >> i can't stop looking at dennis quaid. i'm thinking -- >> full disclosure, hoda, tell him. >> i'm thinking about the big easy. if you get a chance, pull up
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quaid from that movie. >> he's that -- >> right? >> you've never been the same since then. >> there's something about -- looking at you and seeing you this close. >> is it embarrassing that grown women still love you? >> it's better than the alternative. >> it's a little break from the parent trap girls. >> this one makes a mess of herself all about it. >> i used to beou while your parents were in the other room. >> what do you want to do next. you said the right stuff was your favorite movie. why would you put that burden on you. >> there could be great stuff ahead. >> could be, but so far -- >> can we talk about your music, your band. >> we've been together 16, 17 years now. the great bunch of guys and it's just a great time up there.
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twisted covers. >> you let off a lot of steam, i would think, it's so different from -- you must -- kevin costner has his band, the bacon brothers. >> you know, you made some history the other day, you were at the new york stock exchange. you took that gavel, you did what so many had done before you, and then this happened, let's watch. and go. go, go, go. >> broke it. >> never happened in the history. >> it was the third time in the one with a medal of honor winner, and the second was a golfer who ended up winning the barclays that very weekend. it seems to be a gold luck -- >> the art of more on crackle. it's also, crackle is free, there's no signup, there's no -- no subscription. >> how do you get paid? >> just google it, google crackle and -- >> crackle's big now. >> how does crackle get their
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many of us go through life searching for something more. it's easy to find yourself lost and frustrated. >> seattle city church pastor judith smith wants to help you find that emotional satisfaction you've been cravering. when he's not offering support to celebrities, he writes fantastic books. >> now the new york times best selling author is out with his
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inside you. >> you are a great voice for millennials. you don't go up to people and say, how's your soul? >> my reading of the scripture is on the inside not outside. >> we're doing it backwards, aren't we? >> we're talking home sweet home. that matters what you consider your home? >> a know mattic. do we have a home on the inside? i believe with all my heart that home is in god, our creator, we talk about that in the book, and what that means and what it looks like even in regard to prayer and talking to god. >> if you have that foundation, you can move anywhere. >> we're going to give people some takeaways, things they can do day in and day out. one of yours is rest. >> it goes back to the original creation in the garden, we have
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us the optimal environment for a healthy soul. the first is rest. speaks to trees that were beautiful at the site. it starts with enjoying creation, relationship, getting that margin of life that we all needed. >> stop sprinting fp. >> rest is important, because god had a great plan for us to work. >> and then you rest from it. >> having a job is not a bad thing, it's a good thing, a privilege and an do it with all of your might. you will enjoy that. >> you will eat the richest of fare. >> in the garden, we see that the odds were stacked in our favor, all trees were permissible to eat from, except for one. there's the thing you call necessary no in life.
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you have to make a fair trade, are you going to cheat your wife and kids or others. you have to say no to some people. even good people that you love, so you can spend time with people that are most important. >> ultimately you end up cheating yourself. >> let's check the last one, as we wrap up your book. >> our connection with one another. the bible starts with all these good, good, good, good. adam was by himself, had a lot of pets but didn't have a partner compabl a lot of times we think in terms of marriage, but they were best friends. i think it's imperative we pour into those key relationships. who are those key intentional relationships that god's put in my life, and am i really giving myself to those. >> doesn't it make so much sense that all these people listen to you? >> you fill up congregations? >> he's the real deal, everybody. >> love to your beautiful family, especially chelsea, god
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your brain. maria shriver fills us in on something very important to her, that should be very important to all of us. it's amazing out there means to me, the wonder and the wow of weather. >> everything is amazing. it could be the smallest ice crystal, the biggest storm cloud. >> what does it's there mean to me? it means looking up and being inspired. >> even if it's just straight up blue skies. how beautiful is that? that little burst of red that happens when the sun comes right over the ocean. when it comes up in the morning. >> watching lightning streaking across the sky from one side to another. >> in the world of thunder, it's just -- it's just one of the most amazing things. >> that's what it's amazing out there is, and what it means to you mentally. and the memories you take away
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affects our lives, our day to day, what's in our stores, what are we going to wear, what's everything going to cost. all those interactions that the weather has real influences on that's why it's amazing out there. >> what it means for me, it lets the world know what's happening at the weather channel. >> i think what makes the weather channel's coverage unique is that we are meteorologists. we know what's going on with the weather. and that makes a tremendous in the field and says, thanks for being there, we're so glad you were here to take us through it. >> we have a charge, we have a responsibility. we have a drive to provide information to people, to help them help their communities, their families stay safe. it matters so much. >> you start linking the people side up to the weather and the science and the data, it makes a real connection and starts to drive home the importance of what we do. >> i love weather.
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with people who love the what are, this is what we love to do. >> every single day is going to be something spec tack lou ar. it's truly amazing out there. ? ?
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the scary truth is that according to the alzheimer's association, every 66 seconds, someone in the united states develops the disease. >> for the last special anchor maria shriver has dedicated her energy toward fighting alzheimer. hi, maria. >> hi, girls. >> 66 seconds, two thirds of those brains belong to women. >> do they know why? >> no, they don't. every 66 seconds, two thirds of all the caregivers, this is also caregivers month, are also women.


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