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14 good morning, america. this morning, the courtroom shocker. george zimmerman, set to walk free on bail at any moment, after his surprise testimony, telling trayvon martin's parents, he is sorry. but did he help or hurt his case? air scare. three planes, three bird strikes all o in one day. vice president biden and hillary clinton faced hits on the same day. how dangerous are the bird strikes? the fallout, more agents out, as new details leak in the secret service investigation. the head of the agency called on the carpet by the president himself. as one agent vows to fight his firing.
and a real hangover. three men get drunk, break into sea world and steal a penguin. when they wake up the next morning -- >> i can't believe we stole a penguin. >> and realized it all really happened. what happened next will shock you as much as it shocked them. good morning, everybody. well, bianna is off on maternity leave. i'm very happy to welcome abc news correspondent, sharyn alfonsi, just back from her own maternity leave. >> we're a fertile group here at abc. >> baby number two. >> two and done. i have a 2-year-old and a baby. the 2-year-old, keeping him from putting his little sister in the freezer, a challenge. one thing sharyn was not doing on maternity leave. look at this video. these idiots are diving into a pool full of dolphins at sea
world. then, they kidnap that poor, little penguin. >> and all on videotape, which is a good thing for us to watch it and laugh at their hangover. i love it. >> that story is coming up. we have genuine news this morning. a new development in the missing soldier from ft. bragg. the last man to see kelli bordeaux alive has turned himself in to police. does this have anything to do with her disappearance? >> and did you hear the story of the young surfer killed in a shark attack? it turns out the waters were baited by a reality show crew to bring the sharks to the surface. everyone is asking, did that cause this young man's death? >> the family is outraged in this case. and pippa middleton, spotted for the first time since riding shotgun in paris. she's back in london. and as you can see, she is not smiling. we begin with george zimmerman. he is now set to walk free on bail at any moment. this is after abc news obtained
this photograph of zimmerman's head. abc's matt gutman is in sanford, florida, with that potentially game-changing day in the courtroom. good morning, matt. >> reporter: good morning, sharyn. it was supposed to be a routine bail hearing. it was anything but. turning into a minitrial, with the defense, putting the prosecution's chief investigator on the stand. plugging holes in their most critical argument, that it was zimmerman who began the confrontation that night. but the unorthodox move of putting the murder defendant, george zimmerman, on the stand, in a bail hearing. george zimmerman's first public statement, to the court and to trayvon martin's parents. >> i want to say i'm sorry. i did not know how old he was. i did not know if he was armed or not. >> reporter: something ridiculed by the prosecution, as a stunt. >> why did you wait 50-something days to tell them, that is the parents. >> i don't understand the
question. >> reporter: outside the court, outrage. >> this was the most disingenuous, unsincere thing i've ever seen. insulting to the family. >> reporter: zimmerman spoke softly, his hands and feet shackled. and his credibility, defended by his parents. zimmerman's father, vouching for his son. >> i believe him because he's been honest his whole life. >> reporter: and his mother, talking about his son's devotion to the two children he mentored. >> what was the racial background of the two children that he mentored? >> african-american, sir. >> reporter: both of them speaking via phone, because they feared for their safety if they showed up in court. and in the crucible of the courtroom, the prosecution seemed to falter. zimmerman's attorney, grilling the chief investigator. >> do you know who started the fight? >> do i know? >> right. >> no. >> do you have any evidence as to who may have started the fight? >> no. >> reporter: a stunning
admission, since the prosecution insists zimmerman was the aggressor against martin that night. and in fact, as has exclusively obtained this photograph, also given to investigators, which appears to show the bloody back of george zimmerman's head. and was taken just moments after zimmerman shot martin. it seems to support zimmerman's claim that he was locked in a life and death struggle with martin that night. ultimately the judge wasn't convinced there was enough evidence to keep zimmerman jailed throughout the trial. >> going to grant the motion and set bond at $150,000. >> reporter: it may take a couple of days for the zimmerman family to scramble that $15,000. and when he's out of the jail behind me, zimmerman will not be a free man. he will have an ankle bracely, monitoring his movements. and he will not be able to use alcohol, and of course, firearms. sharyn? >> matt, i'll pick it up from
here. that's matt gutman, who has been covering the story since the beginning of the case. we're joined, now, from sanford, florida, by jean kasaris. she was in the courtroom yesterday. thanks for joining us. >> good morning. thank you. >> there's been debate on whether it helped or hurt him to take the stand. and you honed in on one particular detail. he didn't know if trayvon martin was armed. why was that statement so important? >> it was important. if you have a self-defense defense -- you think he's taking out a weapon -- you think it's going to happen to you. you think you're going to die and you have to do something. let's look at the facts here. he wanted to give an apology to the family. as with every defendant. one of the conditions is, you cannot speak to the family. and do you know that minutes after he made that apology, he
was granted bail. and what was the condition, that he couldn't talk with the family. he had to do that yesterday, since it appears that he really wanted to. >> what about the shaky performance of the chief investigator of the case? how damaging is that to the prosecution? >> extremely damaging. but he was under oath. he had signed the affidavit. and with critical questions. who started the confrontation? i don't know. do you have anything that contradicted that zimmerman walked to his truck? we have nothing to contradict that. that was shocking. >> let me bring up the picture that abc news obtained exclusively, of the back of george zimmerman's head. apparently taken just seconds after the attack. there's been a statement from trayvon martin's family that's intriguing to me. they point out that this picture looks bad. but zimmerman never went to the
hospital, never got stitches. how much will this picture help his defense? >> mark o'mara held up medical records. and the prosecution did not have them? he said, do you want them? you can have the medical records. the cement, and the prosecution did not contradict that yesterday. his cement, if his head was banged into the cement. and he didn't produce the injuries himself. the cement becomes a deadly weapon. and that will be very, very important for the defense. and that picture could be critical. >> the question is how deadly, if he didn't have to go to the hospital. jean casarez, thank you. three more agents canned for partying with prostitutes at this hotel, while on assignment in colombia. and the big question this morning, will the head of the secret service survive the intense scrutiny. abc's david kerley has more from washington this morning. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning, sharyn. the number of men being investigated has grown. the boss got an update.
and there's more calls for dramatic changes at the secret service. what happened in cartagena has led to another three secret service agents being forced out. a total of six. five others remain under investigation, as well as now, 11 members of the military. prostitutes, alcohol, and unpaid bills led to this scandal. with american and colombian investigators trying to piece together what happened before the president arrived for a summit. abc news' reena ninan is in cartagena. >> we're learning more about the women being questioned by local police. we have exclusive video of one of the women involved in this scandal, seen here wearing white. abc news witnessed four of the women being pulled out of one of the brothels where the men parti partied. >> reporter: as that woman was being detained, for the first time, the head of the secret service, briefed the president, face-to-face. mark sullivan left the white house with his job. although some are calling for a
house-cleaning at the agency. especially after this. one of the agents, identified who worked a detail for the vice presidential candidate, sarah palin in 2008, wrote on his facebook page, with this picture, quote, i was really checking her out, if you know what i mean. >> check this out, bodyguard, you're fired. playing with the taxpayers' dime, playing with prostitutes and checking out who they are guarding. >> reporter: a secret service agent demeaning someone he is charged with protecting. and the agency didn't know or didn't do anything about it? >> i don't know if we can expect director sullivan to investigate every facebook page. >> reporter: the white house says it's too early to say if there is a cultural problem, a boys' club, at the secret service. the white house says the president never felt like his security was threatened while he was in colombia. one of the agents that was dismissed says he is going to fight and going public next week. now, to danger onboard air
force two. vice president biden's plane, coming nor a landing. when birds fly into the engine. on the same day, hillary clinton's plane was hit. and so was a commercial plane. what's going on here? let's go to abc's karen travers also in washington. good morning to you. >> reporter: so much for the friendly skies. they're more likely full of angry birds taking aim at high-ranking officials. these bird strikes are fairly common. but sometimes they can cause significant damage. on thursday, three high-profile incidents of birds flying into jet engines. first, air force two. vice president biden's plane was on approach into california's santa barbara airport, when the 757 was hit by birds. the pilots noticed the bird strike right as it happened. but sources say passengers couldn't even tell the plane had hit anything. >> it could be a small bird, a
couple ounces, to eight, nine, ten pounds. the size of the bird matters. how fast the aircraft is going matters. >> reporter: the v.p.'s plane touched down safely. an air force official said no one was in danger. on the same day, a bird flew into the engine of the plane carrying secretary of state hillary clinton. the flight was smooth. officials only discovered the bird after the plane had landed. and then, there was that dramatic emergency landing at new york's jfk airport. just seconds after a smooth takeoff, a flock of large birds was sucked right into the plane's turbine. >> delta 1063, has had an engine failure, and emergency landing due to a bird strike. >> reporter: passengers say the plane trembled. the cabin filled with smoke. >> the plane shook us. >> reporter: bird strikes may be terrifying for passengers. but they're actually very common. according to the faa, they
happen 20 times a day. every year, birds cause over $600 million to aircraft. >> we've seen a couple high-profile bird strikes in the past couple days. but we need to remember that this is spring. and it's the bird migratory season. >> reporter: experts say there's a greater risk for bird strikes during migration. for the next couple weeks, they may have to learn to play nice and share the skies. sharyn? now, to the landmark case that could be broken any moment. searches are looking for clues in the 1979 disappearance of a 6-year-old that became the poster boy for missing children. t.j. winick is at the site. good morning, t.j. >> reporter: sharyn, the digging, the demolition of the basement in the building behind me began early thursday morning. and investigators expect to be at it for four or five more days. the cement floor inside this building, now demolished. new york city police and fbi
investigators, carrying it out piece by piece. now, perhaps closer than ever to uncovering new clues in the 33-year-old disappearance of 6-year-old etan patz. and this morning for the first time, we're hearing how the family is reacting to the current investigation. former abc news producer, lisa cohen, wrote a book about the case and recently spoke to etan's father, stan. >> he's so grateful they're actually moving forward with the case. and if anything happens, it can bring some kind of peace to that family. >> reporter: it started when police put odor-absorbent pads in the basement for days. cadaver dogs responded podstively to the scent, suggesting a hit. it was 33 years ago, that the little boy vanished, after kissing his mother good-bye and setting off for the school bus stop for the first time. police have long focused on this
man. he is currently in jail on unrelated child molestation charges. >> i have no comment on the patz case whatsoever. >> reporter: now, investigators are looking at carpenter othneil miller, who used the space in 1979. etan visited the basement the night before his disappearance. >> mr. miller denies involvement of what happened to this beautiful, young boy. mr. miller has been cooperating with this investigation for over 30 years. >> reporter: a source tells abc news, fresh concrete was poured soon after etan was last seen. now, after two days of work, the floor has been jackhammered to pieces. they will soon be sifted, sorted and analyzed. etan's parents still live in this neighborhood. and while they are, of course, being kept up to date on the investigation, so far, they are choosing not to speak publicly about this latest development. dan and sharyn? >> thanks, t.j. it's so good they're still looking for answers in that.
>> hope the parents get those answers. now, let's get to ron claiborne with the rest of the morning's stories. the bespectacled ron claiborne. >> we begin with a scare on the tarmac at l.a. international airport. two planes collided last night. one was preparing to takeoff to the parked sky west plane. it clipped wings. the faa is investigating that accident. and pakistan has launched an investigation into its second, major air disaster in less than two years. all 127 people onboard were killed on friday, when a jet crashed that was trying to land during a thunderstorm at islamabad's main airport. authorities believe the weather is to blame. the head of the airline has been blocked from leaving the country and placed into custody. and president obama has a big financial edge over republican rival mitt romney, although that is not expected to lost. the president has more than $100
million in his campaign war chest. about ten-times what romney has. the drawn-out gop primary depleted romney's bank account. but he's expected to benefit from major donors. and good news for smokers and former smokers look to kick the habit. a new study finds that exercising as little as 15 minutes a day makes it easier to quit. 55% more likely to stop smoking than those who were not active. and queen elizabeth is celebrating her 86th birthday today. she will celebrate privately with her family. the public celebration comes later in june with the diamond jubilee. that's marking 60 years of the queen's reign. dan's pal, curtis jackson, 50 cent, is not that well known in malaysia. a newspaper there was converted into the local currency.
the papers editor joked on twitter that the first responsible will be forced to listen to rap music. and dan harris is now going to sing "in da club." for all of our malaysian viewers. dan, go. >> thank you. i can translate it, too. i can tell you, having spent a bunch of time with 50, he wouldn't mind the inflation at this time. >> who knew dan had such game? let's go to the weather and ginger zee. >> dan gets cooler every day. let's start right away with a big storm that's going to affect so many people this weekend. ktrk in houston is where we begin. the photographer couldn't go out in it. just in the courtroom watching the gusty winds. that type of weather moves on through the gulf into florida. we wake up this morning in miami, with a live shot there. very soaking morning in miami. we also have the potential for severe storms in parts of central and southern florida. you're seeing it here.
isolated tornadoes. severe damaging winds and hail. that same low, now going to take its time, tracked up the atlantic coast. and bring much-needed rain, not only to florida, but up the coast, where we had the wildfires from new york to boston. you go inland a little, up in elevation. you're talking snow, late-season snow, from pittsburgh to buffalo. some of the higher elevations, more than a half-foot. this is the other part of this. it's the converse. phoenix will see its first 100-degree temperature, about three weeks early.
>> let's get straight to the facebook photos. a sun halo from grand rapids, michigan, my hometown. >> flying saucer. >> isn't it pretty? i know. that, too. and the night sky from yoni. he lives in hoboken. how pretty is that? thank you so much for both of those photos. you can find me at facebook.com/gingerzee. >> she gets so excited about the weather, she was telling me it was going to rain and she was smiling. i resent it. >> it's going to help the drought. >> good enough. thank you. now, to the story of a billionaire boys club with a big, big dream. these are some of the richest guys on planet earth. and they're now starting a company in space. abc's yunji de nies is all over the story. >> reporter: they are some of the most influential and wealthiest men on the planet.
google's larry page and eric schmidt. james come ron. and billionaire, ross perot jr. these power players, along with a number of incredible minds, plan to take on outer space. >> if you put two google billionaires with a microsoft billionaire, and some astronauts together, you can't go wrong. >> reporter: just what they're up to is still a mystery. they've announced they're forming a new space exploration company to expand earth's resource base. creating a new industry and new definition of natural resources. what does that mean? diamandis gave "forbes" that hint. >> i wanted to do one thing. be an astronaut miner. >> reporter: that's right. astronaut mining. >> we need private enterprise, especially people with deep
pockets to jump-start the program. and maybe mining the heavens is just the ticket. >> reporter: this is no moon mission. we're talking deep outer space. no man has ever drilled into an asteroid, unless you count bruce willis, in armageddon. but instead of blowing an asteroid up, the idea would be to take resource out. minerals and compounds that may not exist on earth, that would be worth untold millions. >> and if they win, they'll have riches beyond comprehension. and that's going to be the payoff. >> reporter: it's an expensive, high-risk, dangerous endeavor. but this group has the minds and the money, to establish just about any mission. for "good morning america," yunji de nies, abc news, atlanta. >> who comes up with this stuff? this is why we're not billionaires. >> we lack the imagination. >> exactly. coming up on this saturday morning, the mystery deepens in the frantic search of a soldier from ft. bragg missing for more
than a week. her brother is pleading for held help. and why the last person to see her alive has turned himself into police. and a surfer attacked by a great white. is reality tv to blame? also, coming up, perhaps the best story of the morning. we're calling it the hangover part three. three guys make a boozey break-in at seaworld. and take off with this penguin. we'll show you the video. keep it here, people.
tough, economic times. >> is that true in. >> i've been doing great during the recession. too bad i'm married. >> i want to point out. it says men seek solace in curvaceous women. >> before the break, she says, this means we can be fatter. >> that's what that line means, fatter. >> they prove it. >> what do you think, ginger? are you looking at this time for a wimpier guy? >> someone who is genuinely
do not go in the bathroom. >> calm down. >> there is a tiger in the bathroom. >> i can't believe the penguin in my apartment there. we stole a penguin. >> three guys on vacation wake up to find this cute little penguin in their hotel room. and they claim they have no idea how it got there? sound familiar? we're calling it the real-life hangover. how did the penguin get from seaworld to their room? fortunately for us, unfortunately for them, they videotaped the whole thing. we're going to show you on this saturday morning. good morning, america. i'm dan harris. >> and i'm sharyn alfonsi. >> that's nothing compared to sharyn's craziness. >> i'm in for bianna golodryga. it's saturday, april 21st.
also, is reality tv to blame for the death of this young surface. he was killed by a shark. and the crew allegedly baited the shark to get it to the surface. i can't believe i'm uttering these words again. lindsay lohan is in trouble again. i know. can you believe it? find out what happened when she was out partying with her dad, who as it turns out, is not the best chaperon. we're going to begin with the search for the missing north carolina soldier. it's been a week since anyone's heard or seen from kelli bordea bordeaux. >> reporter: bordeaux's brother describes his sister who loves her life and her job as an army health specialist. and there's no reason she would disappear on her own. police say the man who may be
the last to see kelli bordeaux, nicholas holbert, turned himself in for not registering his latest address. her family is desperate. but not giving up hope. >> there's no doubt in my mind that we're going to find her alive. >> reporter: bordeaux says he's been looking for his little sister, 8 to 12 hours a day, while police conduct their own search, of woods and waterways. ever since she was missing friday. >> it's so unimaginable to wake up every day. and this is the reality. you know? i'm standing in front of you guys. hoping that my sister is found safe and sound. >> reporter: early last saturday morning, bordeaux left this bar, frogy bottoms, with holbert. police say holbert is not a person of interest, even though they have questioned him twice. this is what he tells police and reporters. >> did you kill her? >> i did not. >> did you have anything to do with her disappearance?
>> i had nothing to do with it. >> reporter: holbert was convicted of indecent liberties with a 5-year-old girl when he was 16. he said he met bordeaux a few weeks ago. her civilian husband of two years was out of town last weekend, visiting family in orlando. her family says no one can underestimate the five-foot 100-pound blonde. she is stronger than she looks. >> she's going to fight and survive. and it is what it is. >> reporter: and authorities are treating bordeaux's disappearance as a missing person's case. but homicide detectives are involved, as well. a young man dead, a family in mourning and a reality tv show in the crosshairs. the producers of a show called "shark men" are now accused of creating the conditions for a shark attack that killed a young surfer. lama hasan is here with that story.
lama, good morning to you. >> reporter: the film crew is blamed for riling up the sharks using the practice as chumming, bringing the dangerous beach close to the waters, used by surfers. >> he's right there. >> reporter: it is dangerous work. with dangerous consequences. they are the makers of national geographic's "shark men." a show featuring scientists catching and tagging sharks for research. >> if we don't handle a few of these sharks and we don't know anything about their life, we could accidentally wipe them off the face of the planet. >> reporter: last week they were filming filming in south africa. but days after they left, this. a shark killed 20-year-old bodyborder david lilienfeld. these pictures taken just moments after his death. his father consoling his brother. and a friend comforting him. there hasn't been a shark attack for several years. now, these researchers are being
blamed for lilienfeld's violent death because they use the practice of chumming, throwing large amounts of bait to lure these fierce predators closer. a frenzy of scathing attacks was ignited on the shark men's facebook page. one wrote, was it worth it? the life of a young surfer? another says, morons. stay in your own country. so, are the makers of "shark men" responsible for lilienfeld's death? >> it's more a tragic accident. the fisher group were not there at the time of the attack. they had been there three days before. >> reporter: the team posted a report of the shark attack done by the city of cape town, that does not implicate them. saying, quote, there is no evidence or reason to suggest that the tagging of four white sharks over a period of 24 hours had any role to play in the tragic events that occurred. well, the locals may be angry. but an official with cape town's environmental agency says there
was no correlation between the attack and the chumming because the crew was working too far from shore to be a threat. we should say that "shark men" has not been renewed by national geographic channel. >> it's great to have you here in new york city. >> she should read every story. does anybody have a better voice. >> thank you. >> lama, thank you. >> that's tomorrow. >> keep reading. speaking of a man with a silky voice. >> ooh. quite a transition. and you're coming to me, right? >> i am. ron claiborne is here with the rest of the headlines. >> good morning, everyone. in the news, george zimmerman could walk free any day now. a judge ruled that the man who killed trayvon martin can be freed on $150,000 bail. in a surprise move, zimmerman took the stand on friday and apologized to martin's parents. the united nations plans to increase the number of observers in syria from 30 to 300. the presence of observers there
has not stopped violence between government forces. a possible merger with american airlines. if that happens, for passengers, that could mean less competition, fewer seats and higher prices. finally, the boston red sox, from dan's hometown, celebrated the 100th birthday of fenway park on friday. 200 former players and coaches were onhand to toast the storied stadium. but the new york yankees spoiled the party by downing the boston red sox, 6-3. the curse of the bambino continues. >> isn't it always the way? terrible. >> tortured red sox fans. >> they get used to it, though. time, now, for the weather and ginger zee. >> good morning, everyone. starting with picture of that drought. i know i mentioned it. now, you get to see it visually. some of the most severe extreme exceptional is what this dark red is called. also, in pockets of georgia and south carolina.
this weekend, with the bigelow pressure system that's going to track up the coast. my producer saw the rain come on, from ft. lauderdale. you're about to get extra rain up to the east coast. maryland, everyone, new york to boston, getting heavy rains. >> this weather report has been brought to you by sargento. >> thank you, ginger. now, we're going to look at bad behavior that ginger and sharyn would never engage in. coming up here on the broadcast, three fourths, too much alcohol and one cute, little penguin. if it sounds like a sequel to the movie "the hangover," you're not too far off. and we have the video to prove
and we all agree this is the best story of the morning. we are calling it "the hangover" for real. >> three guys go out on the town for a night of partying. and they wake up with what else? a penguin in their hotel room. of course, they did. how did it get there? abc's john muller has the story. >> reporter: their first bad idea, allegedly breaking into seaworld after drinking. the next bad idea, going swimming with the dolphins, uninvited. >> look at them. >> reporter: and their worst idea, allegedly stealing this little fella, dirk the penguin. and reportedly bragging about it on facebook. >> i can't believe i have a penguin in my apartment there. you stole a penguin. >> reporter: all of the pictures you just saw, shot by these three guys who face a bunch of charges. they released the cell phone video to channel 7, to show they were not doing it maliciously. >> we are sorry to seaworld and
the time lost. >> why can't we remember a thing from last night? >> reporter: it sounds familiar, right? remember the movie "hangover," a bunch of good-hearted guys party up and make a bunch of bad decisions they regret in the morning. like not remembering how this tiger got into their hotel room. >> there is a tiger in the bathroom. >> reporter: okay. he's no tiger. but dirk the penguin had a frightening ordeal. police say after waking up with the penguin, the suspects panicked, and let him go in a waterway known to have sharks. once he got on land, he was chased by a dog before being rescued. >> he was quite distressed and disheveled. >> reporter: dirk was exhausted but otherwise okay. he's back with his mates at seaworld. and these mates, they'll be back in court next month. in "the hangover," everything works out. what happens in vegas stays in
vegas. but what happened down under, didn't stay down under. now, dirk is famous. and these guys are infamous. john muller, abc news. >> i feel for dirk. poor guy. >> in "the hangover," it was a baby and a tiger. at least there were no babies involved. >> sha should be their defense. >> exactly. coming up on "good morning america," lindsay lohan. oh, no, no, no. not following the judge's h@ medicare. it doesn't cover everything. and what it doesn't cover can cost you some money. that's why you should consider an aarp... medicare supplement insurance plan... insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. all medicare supplement insurance plans can help pay... some of what medicare doesn't, so you could save...
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our entertainment reporter and host of "on the red carpet," rachel smith. rachel, we miss you. we loved having you here in new york. >> i miss you guys, too, so much. but here's this weekend's dose of "pop news." lindsay lohan can't seem to stay out of the nightclubs or trouble. she reportedly got into an argument after a woman allegedly gave her a hard time for being there with her father. words were exchanged. a drink was thrown. then, the lohans left. lindsay's reps declined a comment. but tmz says lindsay is telling friends that the hotel where the drink took place was the problem. now, she needs a new place to party. and pippa middleton is back in london, after an eventful trip to paris. you'll remember she was in the car when a friend pointed what he claims was a toy pistol at paparazzi. the sister was in a subdued mood
when cameras caught her going into her favorite london hair salon. maybe they can clean up her image. and justin bieber is not ready to be anything more than a boyfriend to salena gomez. bieber's managers told "us weekly" the teen superstars are not engaged. denying a report they were shopping for a ring. the couple is very, very young. but never say never. all right. you guys will enjoy this. proof you really need to be able to concentrate to work in this business. exhibit "a," take a look. this bbc reporter is trying to do a live report from a pub. and has a little company in the background. that guy kept it up for a minute. and she didn't stumble once. now, i have to give you exhibit "b." storm, the dog. and the anchor doesn't notice. >> i'll bet the
thanks for watching, everybody. we're back tomorrow morning. tonight, a special "20/20" on the sunset strip. see you later. good morning. i'm jorge andres. this is your "sportscenter" update. let's go to the ice. game five of the western conference quarterfinals between the red wings and the predators. first period. puck going to the boards. david legwand getting the steal.
feels alexander for the goal. preds up, 1-0. second period, henrik zetterberg centering the puck. yuri hudler to put it in. and the red wings knot things up at 1-1. legwand there with the wrister. preds up 2-1. with time winding down in the third, zetterberg fires. the wrister, for pacioretty, with the save. the predators win the series, 4-1 and advance to the semifinals. let's go to san antonio. kobe bryant and the lakers, taking on the spurs. third quarter. kobe, doing work. draining the three from the corner. that's a five-point game. moments later, bryant again, the fallaway jumper. he had 18 points on the night. lakers trail by six. too much spurs. later in the third, manu ginobili, three quarter pocket.
doing work from beyond the arc. he was three for four from three-point range. ginobili, with seven helpers. this one for the bucket, as the spurs go on to win, 121-97. the nba coming your way on espn. a saturday special edition. the nuggets taking on the suns at 5:30 eastern time. and later, the mavs and bulls at 8:00. and the magic and jazz at 10:30. all on espn, espn3 and that watch espn app.