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has lost now his son, his 6-year-old daughter lost a leg, and his wife is still in critical condition. >> it's going to be a difficult road. >> and i guess there's one other daughter who is okay, thank god. the second victim has now been named. >> 29-year-old krystle campbell of medford, massachusetts. another one of those heart-wrenching stories that her dad was told -- >> don't we all have a friend that looks just like her? >> yeah. her dad was told that she was okay and it turned out that it was a case of mistaken identity, that her friend was actually okay and she had passed away. >> she was just there to watch her friend's boyfriend come over the finish line. >> the third was a chinese national, a grad student and her name is not being released at this point. i actually heard someone on the news talking about how they were down there at the area this morning, or late last night -- >> are they letting people in now? >> they're making a smaller crime scene.
a guy who had a clarinet in a case. he was walking across the street and there were a lot of people just gathering and walking and standing there. they said he opened up that clarinet, he played "the star-spangled banner" pitch-perfect, and everyone stopped and applauded. >> that would have devastated me. >> it was like a moment. and it just talked about how people come together. >> we have different ways of grieving and grieving is such an essential part of life. you have to grieve or you can't move on. the trouble is that when people choose to continue grieving long after it's healthy to keep doing so. i think we're very much in the grief mode. it's interesting how soon life gets back to normal. we were talking about when we lost our beloved dads, how bizarre it is for you to be immersed in your grief and all of a sudden you look around and people are going about their normal days. we're like, how can you do that? don't you realize what just
happened? we're self-absorbed creatures by nature. it doesn't mean we're bad, it's just that we're all about us. and if it didn't affect you personally, then we just seem to move on to how much weight has kim kardashian gained? which is sad, i think. even "people" magazine, i'm kind of surprised today -- this is still such a brand-new tragedy, and it's a crime, let's not forget that -- here's trisha yearwood whom we love, and that's the main story, how much weight she's lost in a short amount of time. on the side, the story -- i'm just surprised by that. >> "people" usually does the, you know, the big news story on the front. i'm not sure what went on in the discussion, but i think it is one of those things that it is everywhere. i was watching different news
places last night and then you flip on "access hollywood" and "extra," and it's wall-to-wall "access" and "extra," and it's all about the marathon, celebs reacting, who was down there, like it's all about it. so there isn't really a way not to see it or not to be exposed. i wonder if "people" thought about, it's in so many places we're going to cover it and we'll do it our way kind of thing. >> they made their own decisions, but we have the right to respond as human beings and citizens. i thought it was interesting to talk about the people who commute here to new york. after the 9/11 attacks, that's all any of us spoke about for months, right? months. even on a 6:00 train yesterday, it wasn't the subject of conversation on a new york train, nor was it this morning coming in, in light of the images we have seen.
maybe people just have become -- >> i think this one really hit people. i'm not sure why people weren't talking about it, but to me because it happened in such an iconic place, such a public place where anyone could have walked by, i think it affected a lot of people. >> that surprised me. >> here's a good quote. mister rogers always comes to the rescue. >> he was always so honest about everything. >> a great quote that went viral. here's the quote. it says, "when i was a boy and i would see scary things in the news, my mother would look to me and say, look for the helpers. you will always find people who are helping." i love that. >> it moves me so much, because he was a friend of mine and a neighbor of mine in nantucket. one of the sweetest men. he would sit like that. he was so real. you realized how did mister rogers become mister rogers? it was because of his mom. you know, that's a window into
how that human being came to be. he was shown the way to be that kind of person. >> i think as parents struggle to figure out what to say to their kids, that's perfect. >> we were talking about that yesterday in our chat, about look at the people that are going the other direction towards it. we saw so many stories like that of heroism. >> we sure did. >> during 9/11. you say it's the basic nature to be selfish, i think it's also the best part of our nature is to be responsive to people of need. >> "people" magazine did make a statement about their magazine cover. they said the boston bombing is the cover for the east coast, and trisha yearwood is the cover for the west coast, that's how they chose to do it. we must have a west coast version. >> well, they are in business and answering to stockholders. it struck me as strange. let's lighten things up a little bit. "the voice" was on last night.
this is the fun part where they do the battle rounds where it's one on one -- >> and i don't watch on purpose so you can tell me all about it i'm just going to listen. >> no, you can watch. the first team, team adam, a woman named judith and corina, and they are singing "it's a man's world." who would you pick? ♪ it's a man's world a man's world ♪ ♪ but it would be nothing without a woman ♪ who would you have chosen? >> i would have chosen the woman singing right now. >> and you would have chosen the way adam did. he chose judith. did the other girl get stolen? >> yes. team shakira.
>> they're both talented ladies. i think the african-american young lady is stunning visually and that's part of the business we live in. >> i think she was michael jackson's backup singer. this one is team blake. two young women, caroline versus danielle "put your records on." ♪ put your records on ♪ tell me your favorite song ♪ just go ahead ♪ let your hair down ♪ i hope you get your dream ♪ just go ahead ♪ let your hair down so the blonde or the brunette? >> they're both terrific. i would have taken the brunette. >> you would have been incorrect for team blake. he chose the blonde. >> he has a thing for blondes, let's be honest. >> he sure does. >> but caroline got stolen and
ended up going to team adam. >> how many times can you steal? >> i think that's it. just a couple. i love this next story. >> what is it? bradley cooper -- they're making such a big deal about it. bradley cooper in the may issue of "details" says he's revealed he's lived with his mom the last two years. his father died two years ago and he said -- this is where we are, my family is very close, and my dad dying was brutal for all of us, it was a schism, and the aftershock has not stopped and we need each other, so here we are. he didn't move back into his childhood home as a -- i don't know how old he is, he moved his mom in with him. which makes me, if it's possible, love him even more than i did before. >> i have to say, you know, so many people luke your mom lives here and you live here, and i understand everyone needs their lives, but in other places around the world people take
care of their parents. >> that's what cultures have always done. >> yes. >> i think it's important we take care of one another. eventually that would be you some day, hody. anyway, we are going to have a contest for the most deserving mom. today we are launching that contest. it is sponsored by expedia.com. the most deserving mom will win a vacation and sail anywhere in the world on a norwegian cruise line of her choice. >> europe, alaska, bermuda, hawaii. go to klgandhoda.com. >> write an essay. the good part is even if you don't have anyone around you who thinks you're terrific, you can write it yourself. >> you can write your own essay? that's so crazy. you have until tuesday, april 30th. two finalists, you're both going to come to new york, and then we'll reveal the one who wins on may 9th. >> that's great. that's great. a sad note in the world today, especially for us and our family. pat summerall passed away yesterday down in texas.
he was a football player, played with my husband, became a legendary play-by-play announcer. he had cardiac arrest. his pastor called me from his hospital room yesterday, and he died peacefully. he died more than peacefully. he died at peace. he came to grips with his alcoholism, was well with my soul, you know. he died knowing where he was going. we send our love very much to his family. coming up next, the highly anticipated new series called "rectify." >> it got an unbelievable review. >> it sure did. >> that's abigail spencer. she's got some explaining to do. that's all i can tell you. >> does she? >> right after this. every year we pick a new city to explore. but thanks to hotwire, this year we got to take an extra trip. because they get us ridiculously low prices
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into a world you no longer understand. that is the premise. that's what happens to one man in "rectify." >> rave reviews. it is inspired by real-life events and abigail spencer plays amantha who worked tirelessly to get her brother freed from prison. let's take a look and see what happens after they were reunited for the first time. >> that suit fits you perfect. it's perfect. you are perfect, brother. >> hello, daniel. >> hello, mother. >> oh, well, well, well. >> abigail is with us. she plays the sister. it takes place in six episodes? >> yes, the first season, six chapters is what we're calling it. >> but imagine what it's like to
come out of solitary -- well, he took a few showers, he came out once in a while. no, this is raw stuff, it really is. it was a little raw for me to watch. my -- practically my daughter doing things like that on television, but you are so awesome on this. >> thank you so much. >> i'm so proud of you. >> what drew you to this because it does have difficult subject matter? >> it was the writer. one of the most incredible writers. i'm from the south, so i'm drawn to this contemporary southern culture/counterculture. five pages in, i heard her voice, i never heard the name amantha. i was changed. >> i think it's "the daily beast" called it one of the hottest -- >> the best. >> you put a lot of work into it and you wonder how it will be received. >> it's shot in griffin,
georgia, a tight-knit group of actors, and we're doing this beautiful work and we can share it with the world and they're responding. it's very unique. >> it's shot differently. it allows real pauses to happen like they do in real life. it's done so well. >> our first season is basically the first week of his release. >> so this is an ongoing thing. soou stopped doing films tentatively. it had to be darn good and go, i'm going to do tv now. >> just the writing and the storytelling. when you find a really great piece of writing that fits in film or television, you just have to do it. >> we need to talk about your history. i don't know if everyone knows the connect between you two. what is it exactly? >> you never get it right, but go ahead. >> you're kind of my fairy godmother. >> i was absolutely madly in love, everybody knew it, with abigail's dad when i was 15
years old, he was my surfer, there he is, one of the greatest human beings i have ever ever known, and then he married a beautiful lady named lydia. they had children, beautiful kids. 17 years later -- >> and then they had abigail. >> i got to tell the story. sorry, guys. abigail comes to the show with regis. she's there with her mom, she comes into my dressing room. and i said, what are you going to do? she said, i'm an actress. >> how old were you? >> 17. >> i got on the phone and i called the head of daytime for abc and i said would you see this young woman who is here? she went over and auditioned for "all my children." got it. >> of course you did. >> and then went off and totally forgot about her fairy godmother. lived with me for three months and ate me out of all the salsa in my house. >> i ws really into salsa at that time. >> "rectify" premieres on the
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it's wednesday. that means it's time for "what the what?" we take a look at all three photos that you sent in. >> go, sarah. >> we're going straight to the caption contest. last week this photo from sandra cohen and the winning caption from joanna braxton is, she said the word bath to you, huh? we have the photo for next week. this was sent in by stephanie bowers. go to our website and facebook to tell us what you think the baby is thinking. we want to hear from you. >> you know what? that will be a great one.
>> i might have read that book. >> you probably wrote it. sarah, thank you. we're getting ready to rock your world. we're going to play who knew about the classic hits? >> then we head to the kitchen about the main event. a delicious new england seafood dish. look forward to that. >> and this video has gotten 115 million hits on youtube, a performance by the super cool band walk off the earth. >> after your local news and weather.
welcome back to "today." we're playing who knew? tomorrow marks the 28th annual rock n' roll hall of fame induction ceremony. kathie lee is across the street with our crowd. she's ready to hand out a hundred bucks to those who get the answer right. and those who don't, get a copy of her cd. carlos greer is with me, writer and reporter for "people."
hello, carlos. you wanted to clarify something, because we did talk about "people," and explain to me. >> i just want to say it was a tough and difficult decision deciding what was going to go on the cover this week. the issue that comes out, by the time the issue is out on friday, that's when it hits news stands. we understand readers will be coming to us for some sort of escape, but this is the one we went with for the northeast. >> well, i'm glad you cleared that up. are we ready to play? >> ready to play. >> i'm sorry, but i still feel the way i felt, but he's a lovely young man. you're from albuquerque. this group was inducted in 1988, but three of its four members have also been inducted as individual artists. name the group that sings this song. ♪ ♪ >> that would be the beatles. >> all right. >> give it away. of course it's the beatles. >> that's right.
three of the members have been inducted twice, george harrison, paul mccartney and john lennon. unfortunately ringo starr has only been inducted once. >> back across to kath. elvis presley was called the king of rock and roll, inducted into the first hall of fame class. finishes the lyrics to this hit song. ♪ everybody let's rock ♪ everybody in the whole cellblock ♪ ♪ going to the jailhouse rock. >> i think that's close enough. >> the correct words were actually was dancin' to the jailhouse rock. >> this ceremony was literally about the pioneers of rock and roll. not only was elvis inducted, but chuck barry, ray charles and little richard. from south carolina this disco diva is being inducted this year. name the artist who sings this song?
♪ let's dance ♪ last chance ♪ let's dance ♪ last chance >> donna summer. >> yes. >> it's donna summer. good girl. >> those songs are so iconic. >> she literally is still the queen of dance and disco. you know, from 1975 to 2008, she had 19 number one dance songs, that was only second to madonna. unfortunately she passed last year, but we still see her influence in today's artists. >> sure. >> lovely lady from oregon. name the group that sings this rockin' song ♪ walk this way ♪ walk this way >> aerosmith? >> yeah. >> these people are smart. they know their music. >> this was around the time when music videos were becoming huge on mtv, so a lot of younger fans of aerosmith had never seen them before this video.
>> that's crazy. >> it arguably put hip-hop on the map and introduced aerosmith to a lot of fans. >> it sure did. just chatting with this beautiful lady from boston, where everybody is in our prayers. where is the rock and roll hall of fame located? >> new york, los angeles, cleveland or chicago? >> uh, cleveland? >> i tell them no cheating every week. >> i knew that. >> you're from boston, so i'm giving you everything. >> a unique spot. it was formed in new york and the first ceremony was in new york, but they ultimately decided to make cleveland their permanent home, but it wasn't fully open until 1995. from florida, the roll stones are synonymous. finish the lyrics. ♪ can't always get what you want ♪
♪ but if you try sometime -- >> i'm breaking the streak. >> you'll like my music so much better than them. it's so much better. >> the correct ending here is. ♪ you get what you need >> exactly. they celebrated their 50th anniversary, but on a side note, i interviewed mick jagger's son, he's in a bad turbo guide. >> is he good? >> just like his dad. he talks about his dad in the interview. >> carlos, you're a great guest. thank you. we appreciate it. >> thank you. the right way to reward your kids. right after this. introducing new febreze stick & refresh with command strips from 3m. designed to stick and eliminate odors anywhere. like this overflowing trashcan. to test it, we brought in the scott family. so what do you smell? beach house and you're looking out over the ocean. some place like, uh, hawaii in like a flower field. take your blindfolds off.
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something most of us have resorted to at some point or another, promising some kind of reward to motivate your kids to clean their rooms or do better in school. >> whether it's candy or money or a trip to the movies, some rewards teach good behavior while others could be harmful in the long run. here to sort it all out is stacy kaiser, host of "fatal" -- since when? >> r.g. is here, a family therapist. good to see you again. >> you're very busy. >> i love to hang out with you guys. >> i think parents wants to take the path of least resistance. they know the way to get it done is if you put a carroll in front of your child, boom, less conflict. >> you're slightly right, but that carrot teaches them to taste the carrot, basically.
>> and they know how to take advantage of the situation, too, with one parent against the other, don't they? >> yes, and that splitting behavior, that doesn't really work. at the end of the day, you're not teaching them responsibility, you're teaching them entitlement. >> that's the question, isn't it? do we reward them for what is expected or reward them for going beyond what is expected? >> i expected my kids to do their homework, brush their teeth. that kind of stuff. when is a reward the right thing? >> when it's a celebration. it isn't to incentivize you or bribe you, but to celebrate what you're doing. you got the big report card and then the big celebration. we're going to do a special movie or family night, because you worked so hard. >> what's wrong with giving the child $5 per "a." >> i don't agree with that. to a certainly degree, it's like -- it's what they're supposed to. it's what's expected of them.
but money is not the only form of commerce. there are other ways to incentivize. they can have sleepovers, earn credit, hang out with the friends, lots of things the kids want, saying let's celebrate you doing a great job without giving you money? >> i think praise is the best thing. who doesn't want to be told like you worked hard, it's smart, it makes them grow up with a sense of character and confidence way better than an ipad will. >> kids sound like stickers, so you give them a sticker and they feel like they have gotten a prize. >> like the happy face, or my tutti-frutti's that i got? nothing wrong there. >> how about the fact we've become a nation that wants to
treat everybody exactly the same? >> i don't like that. first of all, we're all different. we need to celebrate our uniqueness. if you tell someone you're a winner, they may not work as hard. >> i think you have to focus on the individuality of each child. you shouldn't compare to the other sibling. when you're saying that, suzy did better than you, that won't work well for your child. >> absolutely graciously, too. and thanks, ladies, a lot of wisdom right here. fresh from the sea, classic dishes from maine.
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>> best seafood and showing off a classic dishes are award-winning chefs, mark dier and clark frazier, the owners of arrow in maine. >> we have some wonderful maine diver scallops with pappardelle. these are just something different. >> just throw them in a pan? >> you don't cook them all the way through. >> you like them well done? >> i do. >> i like it a little more well done. >> where does the garlic come? >> we're going to break it all up. >> yes. i watched my mom do that. >> would you like to start drinking? >> that would be nice. did you bring us some maine wine? >> no, we didn't.
>> you have a big season coming up? summer is huge, huge. >> it goes crazy itches cheers. tell us what happens with the garlic. >> we're going to make a little stock. we have one on the right working away, too. >> just a little olive oil to the garlic. >> all right. then we have this working out. this is essentially the same, use the pan drippings from the scallops. when it cooks down a bit, we just add some butter and herbs. >> how long would you cook that? >> maybe four, five minutes. it cooks down pretty fast. we have some marjoram today. >> which is one of those old-fashioned herbs. you'll smell it. >> really potent. >> that's the word.
>> you don't have to worry about that. >> you've work it off. >> as soon as that melts -- >> then we're going to pour that over there. and clark, you should put scallops in. >> and then we have all these already nicely roasted. >> you can shake them. >> if there's a little butter unmelted, that's fine. they melt in there. that's quite easy. >> i hope you like scallops. >> only 30 seconds, we can't get to these recipes. try this. let's go for it. >> look at sarah in there. >> you had me as scallops. >> the pasta is delicious, too. >> one of the most popular indie bands in the world right now, and they're here with us. >> a new song. first, this is today on nbc.
the toyota concert series brought to you by -- the sensation is taking youtube by storm. they've been viewed by hundreds of millions. the favorite one is the band covering gotier, "something i used to know." their newest album realize ffr victory outright. here are walk off the earth is it performing game. ♪ i have this old guitar ♪ the strings are rusty ♪ but it's all i need
♪ back the beat ♪ let's gather around and sing the song ♪ ♪ hey ♪ i got the shaker too ♪ the kind of sound ♪ that wants to make you move ♪ bring in the uke too ♪ it will complete the groove ♪ let's gather round and sing the song ♪ ♪ hey ♪ there's no worries tonight ♪ we're all walking on the world tonight ♪ ♪ c'mon now everyone ♪ c'mon now everyone ♪ we're the locomotive ♪ sing our song ♪ c'mon now everybody ♪ c'mon now everyone
♪ and when the night is done ♪ the chords will carry on ♪ long after we're gone ♪ no worries on the earth tonight ♪ ♪ we're all -- on the world tonight ♪ ♪ c'mon now everybody ♪ c'mon now everyone ♪ we're like a lock motive ♪ under the daylight sun ♪ c'mon now everybody ♪ c'mon now everyone ♪ we're like a lock motive ♪ under the big hot sun ♪ c'mon now everybody ♪ c'mon now everyone ♪ c'mon everyone
♪ i got this melody ♪ common everyone ♪ bring in the harmony ♪ c'mon everyone ♪ i got this old guitar ♪ the strings are rusty but it's all i need ♪ >> thank you. rossi. >> why am i being in the book when i am the boss. i am the pit boss. jeff: we're talking about little people. dogs. >> he's the one that never betrayed me. jeff: a violent past. plus, cesar milan. >> it's not the breed. it's the owner. jeff: troubled times for a difference. it's a dog day!
hello, hello! roll it! all right. a little about me. i'm recently married. i work with my wife on this show. and i'm learning how to be a dad to two amazing kids in a blended family. i'm hosting a talk show 'cause there's a lot to talk about. this is the adventure. [ applause ] welcome to the show. thank you for the nice welcome. have a seat. all right. today's guests are heroes in their own right. they've put their lives in danger to save the animals that they love. dog behavior cesar milan will be here later to talk about rescue dogs. but first we have the star of "pit boss." shorty rossi. roll it. >> caesar! over here! jeff: for dogs and dog lovers,
shorty rossi is nothing short of a hero. >> we have seven pit bulls. see, look at this. jeff: on animal planet's "pit boss" shorty goes to extremes. >> do you want to do this? jeff: to save these little ones. >> i also want people to understand my passion for pit bulls. i love these dogs. i know. don't even say that. i know, i know. jeff: much like the pit bulls he rescues, shorty had a difficult life growing up. he went to prison for a gang shooting. >> i made mistakes when i was younger and wound up spending years in jail. when i got out, only one thing for me was my pit bulls. jeff: now, shorty and his rescue team return the favor by saving as many abused and neglected pit bulls as possible. >> when i walked into that back yard i knew we had to help these dogs. jeff: welcome, shorty and his pal hercules.
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