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a month for two years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. good morning, america. this morning -- breaking overnight. historic deal. america and five other countries reach a landmark nuclear agreement with iran. >> they cut off iran's most likely path to a bomb. >> so, does this make the world a safer place? israel and even some in congress say no. holiday havoc. a huge storm barrelling across america may mean travel turmoil for thanksgiving, the millions who could be impacted this week. ginger has the forecast. lucky to be alive, a man counting his blessings this morning. >> this is a once-in-a-lifetime story. i got pictures and nobody will believe it. >> how the driver came just inches from losing his life in a freak accident. and, the epic dance-off
breaking out at a basketball game, the little boy versus the usher. and it was all caught on camera. >> i like the sprinkler. i have the mikes the jackson shoulder moves. then i do the wave. i don't want to brag, but i'm good. >> we bring them together for an exclusive head-to-head boogie battle. i loved that line, i don't want to brag but i'm good. >> but i'm good. >> anyway, we love this story so much, in fact, we have brought together that little boy and the famous dancing usher, famous all over detroit, for some good-natured trash-talking this morning and a fresh round of dancing. this is a great story and we'll have it for coming up.
>> if there is an award for jumbotron operator, it should go to this guy. this is incredible video to watch. also ahead -- it's raining rocks, literally, the beautiful little town where life looks surprisingly normal in the aftermath of a volcanic eruption, except for the pebbles falling from the sky. >> the record, ginger forecasted the rocks to fall from the sky. also this morning, we have an abc news exclusive. we're behind the scenes with one direction as they put on a marathon, seven-hour live stream for their fans, this is all in advance of "gma's" massive one direction concert coming up tuesday morning. but we're going to start here this morning with that historic deal with iran reached in the middle of the night. secretary of state john kerry and the iranian foreign minister and foreign ministers from five other world powers all smiles in geneva, switzerland, as they announced the deal in the wee hours, president obama then
making a rare saturday night statement from the white house. >> today that diplomacy opened up a new path toward a world that's more secure. a future in which we can verify that iran's nuclear program is peaceful. and that it cannot build a nuclear weapon. >> we should say here, not everyone agrees that this deal will make the world safer. let's go straight to abc's chief foreign correspondent terry moran, right there in geneva, watching this whole thing play out. terry, good morning. terry, walk us through the nuts and bolts of this deal first. >> reporter: okay, dan, what an extraordinary scene it was in the wee hours in that hotel behind me. after a marathon session -- here's what you need to know -- this is a temporary deal but it is still a big deal. iran has agreed to freeze much of its nuclear program and it has agreed to open up key nuclear facilities to daily inspections by international officials. and it will degrade some of its near 46 dangerous weapons grade uranium. what does iran get? money. $6 billion to $7 billion in sanctions relief.
that's a small portion of the crippling sanctions that brought iran's economy to its knees. and finally, this is a temporary agreement, six months to buy time, build confidence, trying to achieve a comprehensive deal, as the president was describing. that's a far, far tougher thing to do, though. >> and terry, this has caused a major divide between the united states and israel. president obama saying that the deal opens up a new path toward a world that's more secure. israeli prime minister netanyahu counters that by saying that today the world has become much more dangerous. who's right here? >> reporter: well, that depends on what happens next, there's no question that israel and many critics of this deal, democrats as well as republicans in the united states, they don't want to see a freeze of iran's nuclear program, they want to see a rollback, a rollback to zero, no reactors going, no centrifuges spinning, enriching uranium. not one scientist working on the problem. and the israeli prime minister netanyahu has made clear that
he's willing to act unilaterally and militarily down the road, if he feels this deal doesn't work. >> nonetheless, history in the making right there in geneva, switzerland, and our terry moran on the front lines. once again our chief foreign correspondent. terry, thank you. much more on this historic news coming up later this morning right here on abc, on "this week" with george stephanopoulos, as george speaks directly with secretary of state john kerry. >> a busy couple of weeks for john kerry. we'll turn now to that brutal weekend weather that's moving from west to east, and could make road, rail and air travel a mess for millions on the move for thanksgiving. abc meteorologist ginger zee has been tracking it all. you have been warning us about it for the past few days, ginger. >> this is a slow-moving storm that this morning has places like oklahoma city on alert. in the next 24 hours, nine states are in some sort of winter weather advisory. or warning. dallas, a winter storm warning that has some ice in it. i'll have much more on that coming up. but this is a storm that has
already killed at least eight. snowwhipped and frozen. the slow moving storm is beating the winter into the southwest. in amarillo, texas, a snow-covered nightmare on the roads. shivering in el paso, almost 30 degrees below average. in midland it's this kind of day, when you open and promptly shut the door on the cold. in new mexico, some areas picking up more than a foot and a half of fresh snow, wind ripping at power lines and not everybody loving it. >> i don't know what this stuff is. it's all white. what is this stuff? >> gloves, a coat, a scarf and a hat. >> reporter: in arizona, many welcoming the snow in flagstaff, farther south, more than two inches of rain collapsing this roof near phoenix. >> put buckets under there. collect the water. emptying buckets, i'm like, no, this isn't going to work.
>> reporter: it doesn't look much different for the midwest and the northeast. >> i have been back in ohio for a day and this is happening. >> reporter: so many waking up to a separate blast of deep chill and snow. in southwest michigan, the roads a disaster. in illinois, more than 100 cars in this pile-up. so, let me time this storm out for you, today it's just south of new mexico, as it moves east, i think tonight, through early tomorrow morning, it's going to be a big mess for dallas. tomorrow morning's commute, quarter inch of ice possible. that is not great news. here's the great news as it goes through gulf, places like louisiana, mississippi, alabama and georgia, it all stays rain. so we're timing it out here. tuesday from 4:00 p.m., people getting on the move for the holiday. all rain in the carolinas. the snow stays all north and west. parts of ohio, western pennsylvania and western new york. but look at this, tuesday into wednesday morning, rain, rain, rain from new york to boston. that heavy rain, the wind, even
though it's not necessarily going to see a lot of snow that could affect your hold day travel. and i'll show you how much rain and how much snowfall inland in just a bit in your nation's weather. dan and bianna? >> bianna, the technical meteorological term is rain, rain, rain. we got that ginger directly. >> not great news for thanksgiving, though. >> well, there are other stories developing this morning and for that, we turn now to ron claiborne. hey, ron. good morning, everyone. in the news, the united states is a step closer to being able to keep american troops longer in afghanistan. tribal leaders and a counsel of elders in afghanistan approved a security deal this morning. the deal would allow the u.s. to keep soldiers beyond a 2014 deadline. president hamid karzai had asked leaders to delay making a decision. this morning, he announced he will not sign the agreement. and boeing is warning of serious problems with two of its newest planes. the company says that the affected plane models is the dreamliner and the
747-8, the company said that the planes should avoid flying near thunderstorms, because ice can form inside the engine, forming engine problems. this is the latest problem for the 787 dreamliner. earlier this year, the entire fleet of 787s was grounded after two planes had battery fires. and the texas woman accused of sending poison letters to president obama and new york city mayor michael bloomberg, may be close to reaching a plea bargain. shannon richardson has reportedly agreed to plea deal with prosecutors she's charged with sending the letters to the president and mayor blookberg back in june. no word on the plea deal entails. if she goes to trial and was convicted, if she were to be, she could spend five years in prison for each offense. and a close call for a driver in oregon when he got in a car accident. but it's what happened right after that when he was rearended that has him counting his blessings. tai hernandez has more on this. >> reporter: it's a moment on the road that tom will never forget and few can believe. >> the car behind me hit me, he had a bunch of lumber on his truck that went through my back
windshield, into and around the steering wheel and almost through the glass in the front. >> reporter: the cargo secured with only a couple of bungee cords, shot right through tom's suv like a projectile, some how missing him. >> this is where the wood literally goes by my head. scrapes my head like that but doesn't remove my head. you'll notice the wood here is in the steering wheel. my hand was over here somewhere. >> reporter: he was taking the highway home in portland when it happened just two days ago. and he's still trying to make sense of it all. >> divine intervention is the only thing i can say, my hand shouldn't been attached. or my head. >> reporter: he kept a souvenir a chunk of his car as a reminder. >> i'll make that in to a plaque for the wall, a survivor piece. >> reporter: he will never forget what the doctor told him. >> go buy a lottery ticket. i lived through something i shouldn't have had. >> reporter: for "good morning
america," tai hernandez, new york. and another close call, this one at a hospital emergency room in wisconsin. take a look at this, a car crashed right through the wall of the e.r., police say the driver was hurt and had to be taken to a different hospital, four people inside the e.r. were also injured. and two new york men are accused of conning a lottery winner out of his million-dollar jackpot, police say the store owner and his son told the man that his winning lottery ticket was worth only $1,000. which they paid him. the winner who didn't speak much english, eventually became suspicious and contacted police. and finally, we may be complaining about rain and snow this weekend, but at least we don't have rocks -- rocks falling from the sky. take a look at this video from a town near mt. etna in italy. there was an eruption there recently, spewing rocks into the air, of course what goes up must come down. look at this video, it doesn't seem to faze people living there too much. rocks in your forecast. never called that one before. >> no, i haven't. >> strong umbrellas.
>> steel umbrellas. thank you, ron. now to the burning question facing so many shoppers this holiday season, play station 4 or xbox one? there is fierce competition between the two consoles. which one is better? before you put down hundreds of bucks, check out what sara haines learned from savvy shoppers. good morning. >> reporter: ready or not, holiday shopping has begun. countless gifts are vying for your holiday dollars. a big showdown has begun between the playstation 4 and the xbox one. we decided to get to the bottom of what each system brings to the table. >> xbox. >> reporter: two video game systems. more sophisticated. >> i like them all because they have better graphics. >> reporter: and more expensive than ever before. both sold out on their first night. they may be off the shelves. but fear not, they're still online. only now, they cost you an arm and a leg. all of this as the holiday shopping season hits fever pitch. >> brand-new few features.
better graphics and brand-new games. >> reporter: this is the first time in seven years that two new consoles are on the market. both companies selling a million each within the first 24 hours. so, which one comes out on top? >> the playstation 4 is really meant for the hard-core gamers. the tech specks are like a gamer's dream. xbox one is called the one because they want it to be the one system you have in your living room. >> reporter: before you drop hundreds of dollars on let's face it, a toy, wouldn't it be nice to know what some real tough critics think of them? >> the actual car. >> that hurt a little bit. you can see some glare. >> it's so detailed. >> reporter: while both seem to have passed our test, tech experts agree each model brings unique features to the table. >> xbox. tv. >> mute, show guide. >> internet explorer. >> i'm really impressed with it. you can do -- basically, everything is done through the
xbox. watch tv, movies, music, obviously play games. >> it's very cool. it's definitely very cool. how great the graphics are. this game is for everybody and the kids, for the dance game, the kids love. >> reporter: although the xbox one and the playstation 4 are proving to be equally good options for your gaming needs. >> xbox, watch abc. >> and we might have cued him on that. but the bottom line is, it will be hard to get. and they are expensive. >> you're officially the chief toy correspondent. >> when they say toy, i'm the first one up. and kids. >> pick me. >> all right, thanks, sarah. we're going to take a closer look at holiday travel, if you're one of the millions of americans planning to fly, don't be surprised if you're hit with some extra hidden fees in addition to your ticket costs. what are they and is there a way to get around paying any of them? abc's aditi roy joins us live
from los angeles. good morning, aditi. >> reporter: good morning, bianna. things are fairly calm here at l.a.x., but this is supposed to be the busiest airport in the country this thanksgiving. there are going to be 2 million passengers traveling through here enter for those travellers, it will be hectic and expensive. oh, the joys of holiday travel. >> first you delay me and then you bump me. i can't wait to see what happens next. >> reporter: immortalized in movies like "planes, trains and automobiles." the reality -- >> we're going to atlanta. >> the bags. >> reporter: -- can be far less funny. >> check your bags, $50. >> one way to avoid the checked bag fee, when you use a sky cap curb side, sometimes they might give you a really good tip. they might overlook the fact that your bag is overweight that you have too many bags.
>> reporter: the extra fees that you pay to fly, get extra leg room, can add as much as $6 billion for the major u.s. carriers. while you're forking over the extra money for that sandwich, chew on this -- the person next to you probably didn't pay the same base price as you did for your ticket. a few months ago, abc news went to the gate of a delta flight and asked people what they staid for a ticket. the variations in price were shocking. >> a lot of airlines are adding seatback videos and wi-fi. we are paying a bit more for air travel but we're getting a better product. >> reporter: and if you're traveling with kids -- >> jacket on. >> jacket on. thank you. >> reporter: -- prices aren't exactly pint-sized. there are no kids' specials on seats or food. this mom spent $6.50 in snacks and $21 for wi-fi on the two-hour flight. >> that's certainly a service that provides a benefit. it's totally optional. no one is forcing you to buy the food on a plane. i wish we could go back to the
days when the food was free. but remember, it wasn't good anyway. >> reporter: and if you're still looking for cheaper holiday fares, travelocity said your best day will be christmas eve and christmas day. the most expensive days of travel, december 21st and 22nd. >> shocking to see the range in prices. i never knew that. all right, aditi, thank you. now to the pro basketball game where the real action was in the stands. this is a great story. people are going wild this morning over a spontaneous dance-off between a famous dancing usher and a very young gung-ho fan. >> they belong in hollywood. their friendly rivalry is causing an internet sensation and "good morning america" spoke to them exclusively about their new fame. abc's linzie janis has the story of these dueling dancers. ♪ >> reporter: for 20 seconds, 11-year-old antoine alexander's dance moves this 20,000 fans at
the detroit pistons game going wild. then, the cam moved to the pistons' famous dancing usher, 46-year-old shannon sales. then back to alexander. sales then challenges the young mover to a dance-off. ♪ more than 2 million hits on youtube since tuesday night's game and alexander is a sensation. >> he was like doing his moves and everything. and then they came back to me and i was like, come on. >> he had tried to get that dance cam on him throughout the whole entire game. >> he was like, mom, you'll never believe this. >> reporter: sales says it's the first time he's ever challenged a fan. >> this is my house. time for know step up. >> i don't want to brag but i'm good. i have the sprinkler. or the michael jackson shoulder move. i have the steal.
then i do the wave. i bring my "a" game. i won. >> reporter: but at a pistons practice, a rematch. this time, with a little help from the detroit pistons dancers. >> yeah. >> i think i won. >> he's so good. >> but overall he's a young man, talented, he got so much going for himself. he's the winner. so, what he don't know is that i'm a big fan of his. he just don't know that. >> reporter: for "good morning america," linzie janis, abc news, new york. >> i think is the beginning of a promising career for him. >> antoine says he wants to be either a doctor or lawyer when he grows up. he can do both. >> he's also talking about a being mortician. interestingly enough. >> or lawyer or doctor. a dancing mortician. >> i love how they fit together. >> i loved that not in my house. >> there are so many quotables in that story. >> bring your "a" game. >> speaking of "a" game, ginger
zee, always brings her "a" game. this is a big week. we're heading into it. >> it is. you heard me say, rain, rain, rain. that is tuesday to wednesday. the east coast, by thursday, we're drying out and it's just cold. that's good news for the holiday itself. before that all happens, i wanted to go through this for you, the storm with the snow, where does it fall and how much falls? this is through thursday morning and this is all west of the actual coast. you may see flakes, light accumulations for boston, new york city. not in d.c. at all. rain is the game from atlanta through the carolinas, three-plus inches is the red color. so, some coastal areas, back through parts of alabama and mississippi may see some locally heavy rain showers. again, if i can't emphasize this enough, this thing is fast moving once it gets up the coast. it will be drying out behind it. following snowshowers that won't be too terrible. on thursday itself. promised you cold and breezy. that's what it was like in traverse city, michigan. my first chief meteorologist, mark, sent me this picture. he said, i'm sure you need
pictures. thanks, mark. you see what the lake-effect snow is going to do today. the machine is on. two to fou >> our stage manager, ron, he helped me name this whole sunset sunday "reflection collection." ♪ sunset sunday >> oh, goodness, that's nice. >> i love that. here's your first one. get your eyes ready for beautiful. this is hiwassee river, tennessee.
thank you, holly. your choice "a." go online and vote with us this morning. the second from ohio. and theresa took that one. see how they all have reflections. get it? and the third one from california, can't go wrong. >> a couple of dogs in there. >> tamie jo, thank you. and finally after the storm, in munsey, indiana. jacob, we really thank you. "a," "b," "c" and "d." please go online, twitter or facebook, let me know which one you voted for. the winner will be announced in the next half-hour. we need to get something for them. >> all right, ginger, thank you. >> coming up on "gma," this is big. boy band bash. the hottest group on the planet. one direction, gives their fans a dream come true. a seven-hour live stream show. we're the only ones on the scene with all of the guest stars and surprises. also coming up -- dangerous game, the crackdown on knockout, this is a game where teenagers randomly sucker punch strangers
on the street. you moves this morning to stop the terrifying attacks. >> hard to watch. and on a much lighter note, prankster pranked. a guy's gag goes terribly wrong. we'll tell you how his girlfriend got the best of him after this. that's all coming up in the next half-hour of "good morning america." keep it here. we'll be back in just a few minutes. it's so much more than coffee. brew the love. keurig.
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[ female announcer ] get your taste of the season, at raley's, bel air, and nob hill. so, so, we got rachel over here. from "good morning america." she's going to be a part -- >> what an assignment for rachel smith. >> she looked so excited. >> who wouldn't be? it's one direction's daring experiment. the hottest boy band on the planet, delights fans with a seven-hour show online, obviously millioned watched and as we said, our rachel smith was in the middle of it all, highlights coming up. seven hours of one direction, bottled that up. >> i was there for every minute of it. good morning, everybody. it's sunday, november 24th. also coming up -- the actor who plays hercules in a new movie revealing his extremely surprising diet tricks. that's coming up in pot news. but first this half-hour, the sickening game playing out
on streets in cities across america. with dangerous results. >> criminals taking aim at innocent victims, aiming to knock them out with a sucker punch. lawmakers and civil rights leaders with a new push this morning to try to stop this disturbing behavior before someone else gets hurt or even killed. abc's rob nelson is here with the story. good morning. >> reporter: this is tough to watch. it's known as the knockout game. a violent national trend. often caught on video that is down right disturbing to watch. hitting major cities across the country, this twisted game has authorities on high alert and its victims left stunned and sometimes badly injured. they are disturbing and even deadly attacks. as vicious as they are seemingly random. >> only a single blow and they fly after that. >> reporter: in what's become known as the knockout game, innocent people are being violently struck, sometimes knocked out cold without warning or even a reason. >> these kids have effectively dehumanized others. they are being drastically
influenced by the group to commit the act. >> it's a chilling trend being felt across the country with incidents reported in philadelphia, new york, new jersey, connecticut and pittsburgh. victims left injured and stunned. footage of the attack caught on surveillance cameras or posted online by the attackers themselves. >> this is just hitting someone, attacking someone. it could be my mother, your mother. it's just scary and crazy. >> reporter: on saturday, new york police charged a brooklyn man with hate crime after he allegedly punched an orthodox jewish man in the face friday morning. police say the attack was targeted. the victim said he heard a group of men talking about the knockout game right before the attack. the dangerous trend has sparked reaction from national leaders who fear people from certain religions or ethnicities are being targeted. >> no matter who it is or where it is, we must deny. >> reporter: this woman is afraid to show her face after her 78-year-old mother was
sucker punched after stepping off her porch in brooklyn, new york. >> someone wanted to inflict pain on someone else. no other purpose. >> one lawmaker here in new york is fighting back, pushing for a bill that will stiffen penalties for the youth involved in the crime. and also making sure they are charged as adults in court. scary stuff, just how random this thing seems to be. >> sickening. >> thanks, appreciate it. we got one more final check of the headlines this morning. once again, we get it over to ron. good morning, everyone, in the news, a deal has been reached in geneva, switzerland, over iran's nuclear program. the agreement limits iran's development of nuclear technology. in exchange it eases economic sanctions against that country. meanwhile, israel is criticizing the deal with iran, prime minister benjamin netanyahu said that the u.s. and european allies have made, quote, a historic mistake. tensions between china and
japan are escalated over some disputed islands in the south china sea. the two nations have been feuding over who has authority over the islands. china recently announced that the islands are in that country's quote air defense zone. and said it would respond militarily over incursions. and finally, prince harry is getting ready to head out on his charity trek to the south pole, harry and his team arrived in antarctica on friday. they spent saturday acclimating to skiing and pulling the gear in harsh conditions. time now for the weather and the forecast for the south pole with ginger zee. >> yeah, we haven't even talked about how cold it is, the type that takes your breath away. i walk outside and say, i don't like it. that's what i do. i don't flow what you do. 10 is what it feels like in boston this morning. the wind chill isn't going to feel all that great. depending on where you are. 9 in pittsburgh. feels like. in chicago and detroit, 13. does it get any better tomorrow? no. it's going to feel like 5 in
boston. new york city tomorrow morning adds you get out the door, 11 it feels like. minneapolis starts to improve a limit bit. 16 for a wind chill. of course, not just the actual air temperature being cold. it's the wind. lot of nfl games being played in the east coast. giants and new england too. look at boston, the wind speed. 43 miles an hour. burlington, up to 36 and 45 in portland. that's when you know it's going to feel colder than it is. now, los angeles, is drying out, less windy, much nicer, feels good out there. sacramento, 63 there. fresno, 67. san diego, just short of 70 degrees. i wanted to save a couple of moments for you to get a look at thanksgiving may look like and feel like for you. not too bad by the time we get to the >> this weather report has been
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daughter was glued to the television. it was a marathon live streaming event, packed with special guests, performances and surprises. abc's rachel smith got an exclusive look at it all and even got to participate in the action. >> reporter: this youtube studio is ground zero for one direction's live stream. so, dozens of fans are waiting outside hoping to get a glimpse of the guys. gma, we get to go inside. inside, a british viral invasion for nearly eight hours. hello, nice to meet you. the five members of one direction took turns hosting a worldwide internet marathon. >> i think if i were to sing a song now, it would probably be "wrecking ball." >> reporter: done. fan videos. live listenings and a radio disney viewing party. >> right now, i'm in shock. >> celebrity messages from khloe kardashian, celine dion, david
beckham and nasa astronauts. >> as you can see we have several instruments on the station. >> reporter: down to earth supermodel offers fashionable advice. >> i just gave them runway tips. how to work the runway. >> reporter: and studio visits from simon cowel and piers morgan. who snooped into harry's personal life. >> are you dating kendall jenner? >> we just went out to dinner. >> budding romance? >> i don't know. >> reporter: harry is a paparazzi target. we found them, in the hills, stalking harry. >> rachel from "good morning america." she's going to be a part of the big intention. >> reporter: i was invited into the british dream boat's web fest to help judge fan's inventions. that's a good idea. liking it, liking it. here's an idea for fans who never got a glimpse of their favorite band, one direction has a concert coming up on "good
morning america." look forward to seeing you guys tuesday morning on "gma." for "good morning america" rachel smith, los angeles. >> amazing use of social media. >> could you imagine new kids on the block did something like that when we were growing up? >> don't get me started. >> so jelly. this tuesday is going to be huge. i never had more requests from friends and former colleagues trying to get kids into the show. it's going to be huge. >> the countdown is on to one direction's live concert. right here, you heard it, "gma," tuesday morning. it's a ticketed event. all of the tickets are gone. sorry to rain on your parade, but you can watch it all on television. which could be better. front row seat. >> i will be there with a #joey t-shirt. does that work? >> #wrongband. >> coming up on "good morning america" -- pandemonium at the zoo. the cute little cub who tries to convince his brother it's play
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♪ ♪ all right, time for "pop news" and over to sara haines. >> yes, good morning. first up, the herculean diet, kellen lutz has revealed the secret to his amazing body. lots and lots of physical training and chocolate, the star told e! news he ate three bars a day on the set of his new movie to bulk up. i would help him with that. from the look of the trailer, whatever he did it definitely worked. >> it totally worked for me, too. totally worked for me too. you see? >> why do guys have a problem to
bulk up? it comes very naturally for girls often times. i don't like this. now to three little guys, even cuter than kellan lutz, in atlanta, you may remember may lun and may wan. he is the black and white one. ha, ha. clearly these twins have differing opinions on their napping schedules and in washington, d.c., this little girl isn't sleeping, she's on the move, well sort of. the 3-month-old has just started getting her back legs around her, so she scoots around her den in a little adorable fashion. like the it engine that could. next up, one of the most watched videos on the internet right now. with more than 23 million views, it shows a professional youtube prankster who decides to prank his girlfriend, by telling her he had an affair. and then it backfires. >> oh, i'm so sorry. i don't know what to say. >> i cheated on you. >> what? >> i cheated on you, too.
>> what did you just say? you cheated on me? >> i know you are kidding me, you idiot! >> oh, my gosh. i cannot up load that. >> that is a case of your own medicine. she thought that he was going to propose. you can imagine, there was probably a little angst to it. he has not put a ring on it yet. dude, she has a sense of humor. >> i love that. what did you say? a little louder. >> to end on a good note, we finally found a dessert to rival the cronut. they're smores doughnuts. i like to call them s'more nuts. from new york's macaroon parlor. you see the graham cracker crumble on the top. there's a dark chocolate ganache. and a flowing liquid marshmallow. ron, our mikey likes it of the set. jump in there. >> is this how we can bulk up? >> this is how kellan lutz should bulk up.
>> go for it. don't even delicately -- >> it's really good. >> don't eat it gingerly. >> oh! >> i went right in. >> pandemonium. >> what do you think? >> very good. very good. >> delectable. >> it's as good as a cronut, ron claiborne? >> it is as good as a cronut. >> you heard here first. >> victory. >> we'll be back with more "good morning america." >> keep ron happy.
good morning. and welcome to "this week." breaking overnight, a historic deal. >> we have a real opportunity to achieve a comprehensive deal. >> the international community and longtime enemy, get a late-night landmark deal to freeze iran's nuclear program, will it stop iran from getting the bomb? if it falls apart, is war next? joining us this morning, secretary of state john kerry. we go inside iran. plus, martha raddatz and christiane amanpour with all of the breaking details and analysis. then, our roundtable takes on the stunning move to shake up the senate. and the last fascination with jfk. plus, facebook founder mark