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how could you not be ready? that's like 1-800-flowers getting caught off guard by valentine's day. >> winner, canada, senator ted cruz was born in canada. so while we were worried about iran, china, and north korea, a canadian shutdown the u.s. government. well played, canada. >> i love the 1-800-flowers line. that's a great line. >> by the way, the pentagon on saturday said it would call most of it's 350,000 furloughed civilian workers back to their jobs saying they're allowed to consider them critical to protecting national security. a lot of them are going to get back pay. congress did the right thing and voted for that. >> which brings us to the next story. talking about security. >> what on earth -- did you hear about this, a 9-year-old kid, 9 years old gets through security at the minneapolis st. paul airport on to a delta flight,
flies from the twin cities to vegas. >> vegas, baby. >> without a ticket, a boarding pass, gets through security gets through the gate and on the flight and arrives in las vegas. finally questioned and stopped in nevada because on the plane the flight attendant started to wonder is this kid. >> he said his parents were toward the back. >> couldn't find the parents. tsa said the child was screened along with other passengers to ensure he was not a threat to the aircraft. delta says we're investigating the situation and working with the authorities involved. >> on the upside he gets frequent flyer miles. >> can you imagine the phone call the parents got on that one. we have your 9-year-old. i can't imagine. i have a 9-year-old. he wouldn't even know what to do and certainly not think to go to las vegas. >> yeah, maybe orlando. >> the kid showed smarts going to vegas. i guess he took light rail to the airport. went through tsa. that's where it begins. you have to have a boarding
pass. >> i bet it was like a reverse of home alone. he probably got in with a family, you know, as they're going through. and of course you never check everybody and boom the kid is through and then probably sneaks on. >> and i guess at the gate he said he waited until the attendants were distracted and said my parents were on a flight already. lots of questions still on this one for sure. >> yeah. >> and he won 50,000 at the tables. >> yes he did. he paid for his flight home. >> mike tyson is still looking for the tiger. >> it's the next hangover movie. a little less edgy. we're excited about sochi. february next year. it's going to be great right here on the nbc family of networks. >> february 7th. >> got off to a rocky start. the olympic flame relay starts today but it arrived sunday morning where a ceremony was
held. you notice there is no flame there. that's tun official torch relay. >> a little wind gust coming out of the tunnel. >> wait for the best part. he is looking at the crowd, does anybody have a lighter. >> watch the guy come out with the zippo lighter. >> got to have a light. >> just the way the greeks imagined it all the years back. >> there you go. thanks boris. >> and flame back on. >> flame on. >> that's not the official flame, flame then if it went out. they had to relight it. >> no, it's the lighter flame which will be forever remembered. >> is that bad luck? is that a sign? >> it goes out all the time. >> still not when you're going into the stadium. that's just not good. >> you have to have one of those standing by. >> i like the guy that's carrying it. he just keeps moving. >> waiting for somebody with a lighter. >> good thing that lighter was handy. >> here i go. oh, epic fail. >> he thinks it's coming back on at this point. is it there? no. anybody? >> he's looking around. >> i need a light. >> come on, look, it's out.
come on, no, seriously. come on. >> anyone? >> that is fantastic. >> and so begin the sochi games. >> oh, man. >> it will go off without a hitch for sure. >> that's what you need. >> what's going on with the weather, al. >> it was a wild weekend. things have come down. let's show you what's going on right now. storm system coming into the pacific northwest. we're also looking at a beautiful day in boulder, colorado. lots of sunshine curtesy of our friends at earth cam. we do have a risk of strong storms later today in the northeast. wet weather along the mid-atlantic states and into the southeast. reminisces of karen that fizzled out. windy conditions in northern california. plenty of sunshine all the way down into texas where >> good morning.l get up to 86 it is a muggy morning. the rain mostly between
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we're a week into october and it's a good time to mark your calendar for the biggest dates in music, and tv. >> from miley cyrus's new album to series premiere and book releases, a lot to keep up this with month. >> making sure we know which dates to circle, jessica shaw is back with us. >> good morning. let's jump in. we watched miley cyrus on the plaza and her album will be released october 8th. >> yeah, now i wonder if sometimes her craft and her singing and song writing is overshadowed by the performing and twerking with teddy bears, the fact is this album is really good. we just saw her perform two songs off the album and they're great. our music critic gave it an a my lus. >> today twerking with mushrooms. a whole new category. >> yeah. >> another big guest on the "today" show was tom hanks. can't wait to see captain
phillips. >> absolutely. he is back. tom hanks is pretty much a lock to get an oscar nomination for this. it's a theme we'll see a lot at the oscars. survival stories. gravity which opened this past weekend. we'll see that a lot. >> and then the walking dead coming back. >> are you excited? >> okay. so last season there were a lot of human problems. there was the governor, this season we're back to zombies. all zombies all the time. so many of them. hundreds and hundreds. >> wow. >> looking forward to that october 13th. >> october 18th two big movie releases, first "all is lost". >> yeah, he plays a man lost at sea and that's it. there's very little dialogue. there are no flash backs with other actors in it. it's just him. >> like castaway but at sea. >> there's no volleyball. >> no wilson? >> he hasn't been nominated for an acting oscar since the sting
in 1974. >> is that true? >> yeah. it is. are you questioning my facts? >> i just like to call you out sometimes and make sure you tell us the truth. >> he'll get one for this. >> carrie is another one. >> yes, the remake of the 1976 classic horror movie. perfect timing around halloween. julianne moore plays her bible quoting mom who throws her in the baseball. >> i cannot wait for a new book coming out on the 22nd, actually a sequel to "a time to kill". >> it's interesting because he could not find a publisher for this book. he would shop it around from publisher to publisher and everyone was like no and then he became big later and they published it. this is a sequel to it and he deals with another case. >> called "sycamore row". >> and katy perry also releasing her album. >> there's big expectations for
this album. her last one had 5 number one singles. she tied michael jackson. so this is a little more mature katy perry. she won't be shooting fireworks out of her boobs anymore. >> roar has already been number one. >> yes, she performed it at the mtv movie awards. great song. >> and two weeks from friday, a couple of shows coming out. "grimm" is back and the premiere of dracula". >> it's by the executive producers of downton abbey so there's costumes and balls and forbidden romance. the walking dead only have zombies but grimm has zombies and mermaids and sewer gators. >> it's like sharknado. >> i know. >> fantastic. >> friday nights on nbc. >> j.k.rowling, new book.
>> this is the hogwarts library. this is a collection of the magical beasts and thing just repackaged. just another way to repackage and maybe make more money. >> like she needs more money, right? >> yeah. >> as we look forward, so much is coming out in october, is there anything else for november? >> plenty. a lot of the oscar movies come out in november and december. even though there's big things coming out, there are huge things coming in november and december. >> yeah, always around thanksgiving. count on that. jessica shaw, looking forward to it. thank you so much. >> thank you. >> and coming up next, all the news you need before you are leaving your house this morning. news you n[ elizabeth ]u are i like to drink orange juice or have lemon in my water... eat tomato sauce on my spaghetti. the acidic levels in some foods can cause acid erosion. the enamel starts to wear down. and you can't grow your enamel back. i was quite surprised, as only few as four exposures a day what that can do to you. it's quite a lesson learned.
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consider other cleaner alternatives such as electric leaf blowers. >> the new drama "gravity" soared to the top of the box office over the weekend taking in more than $55 million. it was the best opening for any film by bullock of clooney. cloudy with a chance of meatballs in second and runner runner in third. buckingham palace is hosting a soccer match to mark the 150th anniversary of the english soccer association. prince william is hosting the group and warned a player don't break a window or you have to answer to my grandmother. let's send it back over to willie and al. >> natalie, did you know that al roker came in second at the box office this weekend. >> that's right. cloudy with a chance of meatballs. >> in your face afleck. >> there he is. >> behind hainnks but ahead of afleck. >> cousins undercover here.
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>> some of these storms could produce some stronger winds. temperatures into -- 79 sent you're thinking about getting a new one. we have just the guys to solve those problems. >> every week, hgtv's cousins under cover set out across the country to give the surprise of a lifetime, a home make over to a small town hero. they're here to help us solve your decor dilemmas. >> we should point out, there's a lot of jersey up here right now. >> there is. >> between the four of us, this is a lot of jersey. >> we're taking over the city. >> what are the common
mistakes -- you solve a lot of problems -- but what are the biggest mistakes people are making. >> people are coming to us and just recently in an episode that we are doing on cousins undercover, you know, families, they don't know where to position any of their furniture and we tell people all the time you have to be able to float your furniture. floating furniture actually makes the room look larger. by pushing it up against the wall, a lot of times that makes the space not look as large as it really does. we saw that. >> yeah, i think the biggest thing between floating or putting it against the wall is scaling. before you buy furniture, measure your room. it really helps. the scale of things is really what matters. so take your length and take your width and then, you know, what we like to tell people is don't buy the couch the first day. go to the store, measure the couch, go home with painters tape and tape the lines on the floor in your room. step back. does it feel good? if it feels good in tape, it's
going to feel good once it get there is. if it looks large in tape, it will be way big. >> make sure it can fit through the door too. i don't think a lot of people think to measure their doorway. >> and i'm going to tell them, we have made that mistake. >> yes, okay. glad to know i'm not alone. >> we did it with a 15 foot counter top. so it got a little interesting. >> saw it in half. let's look at examples. the sofa that was too small. we have a before picture of what that would look like. you eye ball it at the store and you get it home and it's a little too small for the room. >> the otolaryngolotoman is big the sofa. >> they would take it and throw it against a wall or a corner. you have a huge void in your house. that's unused space. >> right. >> so it actually makes your space look smaller. for example, if you are going through an open house and there's no furniture in the house, it doesn't look as big as when furniture is actually in.
it looks totally dirgefferent. that's why we say move it away from the wall. use an ottoman and put in in there. >> that's what you're talking about floating space. >> yes. >> the one that's too large, what do you do about that. >> whoa. are you serious? >> that's a really big couch. >> that's not a real picture. >> you doctored that. >> i don't think anyone would put a couch that big but if the couch is too big then you can throw it against a wall but make sure that you're having something in front of it. have that coffee table. have an ottoman and side tables. don't leave it alone by itself. make sure you're putting other elements around it. >> let's get tour fixes here. we have this coffee table, one of the most used pieces of furniture in a room. what do you do when it's scratched on the top. >> first, this is a real wood coffee table. when you have real products you
can fix them. if you have a table that's a lament type of material it's hard to get scratches out of them. >> right. >> you can use marker pens and others to try to hide them but you can't get rid of them. >> okay. >> with a real wood surface you can sand out scratches. a palm sander is great. it take ace long time to sand things out by hand. you do need to use sandpaper by hand when you're on the edges because you don't want to flatten anything out and make sharp edges but you want to step through your sandpaper. start at 80 or 100 grit is what we have here and work up to a 220 grit which is finer and gets you finished. >> what do you do with the nuts? >> we -- that's not bad. they're pretty good. they taste good. >> distract people from the scratches, that's nice. >> we have pecans and walnuts here. >> if you have a walnut table
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>> on education nation, how some young girls are getting excited about stem, science, technology, engineering and math. >> i caught up with these bronx students as they discovered they're just as good as those subjects as the boys. >> i can sit here and just create and create and carreate. >> reporter: at a pilot school bringing computer science and software engineering classes to youth girls can learn about producing beats and songs. >> this is actually the actual game control. >> reporter: and the basic language of code to create video games. >> you lost me at electricity starts when -- >> sorry. >> i'm confused. >> reporter: meet cynthia, clarissa and geneva. >> how many of you when you thought about coding or video gaming or music said that's something i'm interesting in?
you did? was that scary or intimidating at first? >> that was more of a guys thing. i was skeptical. >> when i came to the school at first i was like i don't want to go to school but people that want to make the video game that's not what i want to do. but now i learned it's fun and relates to real life. >> we found that given our population of students that bringing in the element of art and integrating it across science, technology, engineering and path that it provided more entry points and got students more excited about typical stem learning. girls do a 360 and by the end, they're sharing with the boys how to complete projects. >> i could speak to a guy and like, you're doing that wrong and then i'll fix it and help them. >> reporter: it's giving you confidence to the point where you're correcting the guys? >> yes. >> reporter: yet the national center for women and information technology tell us that most girls study science, just not computer science. and while girls are avid users of tech, women are significantly
underrepresented when it comes to being creators in the tech field. so you're going to show me simple code here? >> yeah, so this is scratch. >> reporter: 22-year-old rebecca garcia, a white house honoree is a role model. she offered free computer science skills to a nonprofit she cofounded. >> you can use coding and computer science and like analytical thinking combining with your creativity, you know, for any job that you're taking now. it doesn't mean you have to become a programmer and engineer but knowing that you can build something and how much work goes into the things that we use every day is pretty important. >> you never know. we could take what we're doing now in high school and pursue it when we get older. >> it makes me feel pretty comfortable. like i'm conquering the world and things like that. >> and programs that emphasize stem learning are hoping to make a difference. also of note, michelle obama is putting emphasis on the importance of women and technology and is meeting with
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>> here she is singing party in the usa. [ music playing ] ♪ i hopped off the plane at l.a.x. with a dream and my cardigan ♪ ♪ welcome to the land of fame excess am i going to fit in ♪ ♪ i jumped in the cab here i am for the first time ♪ ♪ looked to my right and see the hollywood sign ♪ ♪ this is all so crazy ♪ everybody seems so famous ♪ my tummy's turning and i'm feeling kind of home sick ♪ ♪ too much pressure. i'm nervous ♪ ♪ that's when the taxi man turned on the radio and a jay-z song was on and a jay-z song was on ♪ ♪ so i put my hands up ♪ they're playing my song ♪ and the butterflies fly away ♪ i'm nodding my head like yeah moving my hips like yeah ♪ ♪ i got my hands up ♪ they're playing my song
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song the butterflies fly away. i'm nodding my head like yeah ♪ ♪ moving my hips like yeah ♪ i put my hands up, they're playing my song ♪ ♪ you know i'm going to be okay ♪ ♪ yeah it's a party in the usa. yeah, it's a party in the usa. yeah, it's a party in the usa ♪ >> miley cyrus rocking the plaza. we're back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc. my budget and i are good,
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into hard for county into bel air. county intorford bel air. the real storms are pushing eastbound through damascus, moving towards westminster. this could have strong wind gusts in it. in case any of these develop, severe.ld turn a tornado watch for central maryland, including the baltimore metro area, until 5:00 this evening. any storm could be severe. this entire line of rain will move through during the midday and taper off into the evening. high temperatures from 74 to 79. clearing conditions tomorrow, a high of 70 degrees. announcer: it's "live! with kelly & michael." today, academy award winning
actor, tom hanks. and long distance swimming legend, diana nyad. plus, your comments and questions on another edition of kelly and michael's "inbox." ll next on "live." now, here are kelly ripa and michael strahan! [cheers and applause] ♪ kelly: thank you. thank you. [cheers and applause] that was a great howl. [laughter] it's monday, october 7, 2013, everybody.
welcome to the show. [applause] michael: he's wearing a texas southern university t-shirt. [applause] that's my alma mater. kelly: i know. michael: yeah. how did you get tickets? [laughter] front row? my shirt. now everybody's going to wear a shirt like that. kelly: the tigers? michael: yes. we are the tigers. kelly: that's awesome. michael: and we talk about the band? kelly: yes. [applause] michael: we got to get through the show. we can't reference the school anymore. kelly: they should have named you guys the texas southern howlers. [laughter] ok, i guess not. maybe not. michael: so how was your weekend? kelly: i had a great weekend, very busy. very, very busy weekend. michael: kid busy weekend or you and mark busy weekend? kelly: both of us busy weekend. we went to a place -- friday night, we went to a place that
young people go to but we went there at a time that old people would go. [laughter] so it was -- when the young people showed up, we left. michael: were you like in a club at 9:00 p.m.? kelly: well, yeah. we went to a place -- it used to be called bungalow eight and now it's called number eight. i only know about this place from reading about it on page six. i was like is this the place where lindsay lohan dances on the banquet? and the guy was like come on in. [laughter] michael: what time did you go? that was important. kelly: it was the old people hour. i thought that 10:00 was late. apparently, 10 cloke is -- 10:00 is very early on a friday. michael: 10:00 on a friday? kelly: i'm a morning host. aren't you? michael: yeah, but i still love the night. kelly: we stayed really, really late. we stayed until the friends of our children started showing up. and that's