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>> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb live from hello, everybody. it is booze day tuesday. spanky tuesday, november 29th, but also much more importantly known as giving tuesday. that is "rhythm inside" by callum scott. >> yeah, we've got a great, great show today. talking about it for months. now it's finally arrived. you've been waiting. the "gilmore girls" series is on after nine years. we're going to find out what
lauren graham, alexis bledel and kelly bishop, and happy alexis is here, because she was -- >> both: stuck in traffic. >> coming to new york, put in an extra hour. >> i think she did. it was like the rain. >> raining, too. >> you're right. donald trump is in town. so you get those three things. >> can't get anywhere around here. >> can't get anywhere. okay. also in the spirit of giving, a story that will warm your heart for the holidays. how one family with 16 children is making sure children of fallen service members are not you can help share kindness while spreading holiday cheer. >> plus, our beauty testers at it again. this time trying out the best drug store makeup products. we've got the ones that are in top marks that will make great stocking stuffers. again, the "today" show and "people" magazine teaming up all for under $13. >> ah. when i think how much we spend. you know? >> i know. >> these products are out there. adam richman graces us in the kitchen, a couple signature
the most demanding guests. >> he's the second chef we're having on. >> in my series called -- >> "cook for me: i'm hungry." >> adam, all right. >> you know what, this is something i like to encourage everybody to do every year. it's calmed "operation christmas child" all part of samaritan's purse. franklin graham, billy graham's son has been doing it. they've raised -- i think they've sent -- wait a minute. also let me say -- ? we can remember that deep down inside we all need the same thing ? >> let's just listen for a moment. this is nancy lamont. ? and maybe we'll find if we are there for each other ? >> pretty. ? that together we'll weather whatever tomorrow may bring ? >> beautiful! >> it's a gorgeous, gorgeous song written by our friend david, of course who does all the, "everyone has a story" with me. >> uh-huh.
but this is how we can start. this is something that they've sent over 130 million of these to children all over the world. it's just -- gives them -- these kids, sometimes in their lives have never had a gift. never had a gift. it could be anything. >> socks -- >> crank it one more time. ? we can be kind ? ? we can take care of each other ? >> one of the greatest voices god ever gave a woman. amazing. either a boy or girl. stuff that -- for people who have nothing. >> yeah. >> you send them something. anything. >> yeah. >> anything. just to let people know that they are loved. >> how sweet. >> god bless franklin. he does such great work with this organization. >> very sweet. >> yeah. again, since 1993 they've been doing this. if we can -- >> awesome. >> finish up with that. sorry. >> it's like -- >> so much better than i, hoda.
>> here's the key -- ? true peace of mind if we always remember we can be kind ?? >> ah. beautiful! >> download that. >> nancy lamont. you know how that song came to be? >> how? >> she came in -- they were having a meeting about an album or something and everything went wrong trying to get to the apartment. people were rude and people were nasty, took her taxi and da, da, da. walked in, david, could you maybe write a song how, could we just be kind to one another and that's how he sat down and wrote this song. >> wow. that is a beautiful one. >> for this, go to samaritanspurse.org.
sorry we took so much time for that. >> it's important. >> let's stay on that note. the ten tenors, a great group, did a performance at st. jude. our christmas benefits, and made a special stop at st. jude to perform for the kids. that cd, by the way, is $12. pre-order the album right now. >> lovely about all -- every penny, every penny goes to st. jude's which does, you know, nobody ever gets a bill at st. jude's. >> it's one of the most beautiful places. >> oh, my god. >> look who's in our kitchen. >> "gilmore girls" gracing us with their presence. hello, ladies. >> oh, my gosh! we're happy you made it through traffic to come see us. is that one of those days? >> this has been one of those mornings. >> you know what? we're about to peak, at 10:00, when you're on. okay.
refrigerator behind you if you care. >> we're so excited. the "gilmore girls" is -- >> everybody's talking about it. >> yes. thanks for coming. >> thank you, guys. the cma christmas schedule was last night and a lot of country stars came together for a special christmas at the grand ole opry. jennifer nettles, one of our favorites. showed off her dance -- look at her. >> dancing skills. >> showed some skin too. >> such a sweetheart. and in the dolly parton movie tomorrow night, too. he country stars, the kids stole the show. check out this 11-year-old pianist prodigy accompanying kelsea ballerini and the song called "my favorite things." >> you know the one. >> yeah. >> look at this kid. >> from "the sound of music." >> look at him. ?? >> and then 10-year-old j.t. church danced to jennifer
singing "the little drummer boy." he was a finalist on "so you think you can dance." country music invited the kiddies on. >> cute idea. really cute. >> can we talk about -- >> "gilmore girls" is not the only remake. do you know they're making a "beaches." >> yes! >> remaking "beaches." with idina. >> what do we think? first of all -- >> adina is in it? >> she's playing the barbara hershey role. >> i'm in 1,000%. watch her do anything. >> >> fantastic. >> if you guys don't know "beaches" because you said, my mom, my aunt, they watched it. this is going to be for you. so, in the trailer you hear idina singing "wind beneath my wings." take a look. ? did you ever know that you're my hero ? ? everything i wished i could be ?
>> cece, i'm really scared. >> hillary, we are not going to give up. ? you are the wind beneath my wings ? >> going to be great. >> it's on lifetime? >> premieres on lifetime january 21st. >> oh, my god. >> good stuff. my daughter is on the set right now with a lifetime movie i'll talk to you about later. they do good stuff. >> they say if it's not >> both: it's your mother. >> wonderful complicated relationships, from the beginning. three generations of the "gilmore girls" are with us. >> lauren, alexis and kelly. giving us the scoop on what's new coming up right after this. . down came the rain and clogged the gutter system creating a leak in the roof. luckily the spider recently had geico help him
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seven years, lauren graham, alexis and kelly starred in the hit series "gilmore girls" as a mother, daughter and grandmother with a very complicated relationship >> well, guess what, after nine years off the air the show's highly loyal fans have gotten their loose ends all tied up with the long-awaited revival. >> both: "gilmore girls: a year in the life." >> as for relationships, still complicated. we want it to be. take a look. >> i was starting to feel claustrophobic. wake up feeling like the house was closing in on me like i couldn't breathe. you know? >> oh, yes, i know. >> she tells you have to take everything you own out and put it in piles on the ground then
if it brings you joy, you keep it. if it doesn't, out it goes. no joy. >> mom. he's taking the dining room chairs. >> they don't bring me joy. >> we always say our -- >> both: our joy is non-negotiable. >> welcome. >> how was it? back on the set, just like old times when you got there? >> a strange, wonderful, eerie combination of just like old believe it. we talked about it for so long and to finally be there it was so emotional. >> tinged with sadness. because of your co-star's passing. >> lost ed hermann. you could feel his presence everywhere. he was the kind of person who always filled up a room. >> sure did. >> alexis, did you all keep in touch over the years or did everyone sort of splinter off and time to come back together and, hey, what's been going on? >> no. we certainly kept in touch and
couldn't have anticipated we'd get a chance to actually do it, but, no, we would talk over the years and see each other. >> see each other at events, too. right? >> yeah. but still a lot of catching up to do. i mean, ten years. >> kelly, did you worry, it was such a magical time. did you think to yourself, wow, if we try to reboot this and it doesn't go over well, should have just left well enough alone? >> no. i'd been wanting to do this, i had been bri >> the original founder. >> we should do a movie. i was so jealous of "sex and the city." they got a movie! we want a movie. >> they got two actually. >> well, we've got four chapters. >> there you go. >> so, no, i was just so excited about it. >> and did get to finish it with amy. it always felt like we'd been left in midair, a little bit. >> yeah. >> a little weird. the way people watch tv now and
it, you can sit down and watch the whole megillah. what do you think the way they're watching now? >> the creator of the series so wanted netflix to release them one at a time, because we all come from a time where you look forward to the next one. >> yes. can't wait. >> and sort of digest it, the first one. >> right. >> but this leaves it up to fans. so you can kind of do it the way you'd like to do it. >> this is an impatient civilization. we want everything instantaneously. is. sort of started with the jet age. i'm a little older than you are. and then -- >> you look better. so you win. >> thank you. no. we are, our attention span is very short. >> yeah. >> but at the same time, i've noticed that dealing with younger people, they grasp very quickly. the things that took us like, oh, yeah. i see what you mean. oh, yeah. i got it. and then they're moving on so --
and is captivating people again today? what is it about it? >> oh, i think now it's particularly comforting, given the times we live in, but it always had this very comforting feel. the town that we live in is just a place where everyone supports each other and is kind. and helps each other out. that's something i think is just timeless, and you can always go back to it. >> those kind of communities still exist today. >> of course. >> when you live on the east coast, kind of hard to remember that exists in most of the country! >> yeah. >> and usually you need tension. like a horrible guy or somebody who everybody hates. that wasn't part of the drill of your show at all? >> it never was. our show was always about sparkly dialogue and people having the amount of joy. the loss of ed gave the story a little more weight this time, because we're all dealing with that, that loss in our own ways, and so i think it was perfect
it needed something a little more cinematic, and -- and something with a little more weight to it. >> when this ends, at the end of these episodes, if you binge watch and see the very end, is there a period on it or is there -- >> she wants the question. >> there is an ellipses. >> ellipses. >> dot, dot, dot. >> in the business 40 years what is that? oh, the dot, dot, dot, dot. oh, okay. >> we learned something new today. one question from our fans? we had a bunch of fans who wanted to ask a question. hear one? oh, they're on the card? oh. we're reading it. glasses. greg from sacramento wants to know if you had to play another character on the show, who would you want to play? >> oh, a different character. >> if you had to switch characters. >> emily. >> i mean -- >> emily. >> really? both of you? >> i couldn't do it. i'm too, like, ooh -- ooh!
>> yeah. >> i think we each kind of have a part that we're very right for, hard to switch. >> one more question, ray from arkansas asks, do you get to keep the outfits you wear? >> no. we give them back. >> do you want to keep them? >> some of them. lorelai and i wore some wacky stuff in this last one. >> thanks for coming in. >> thank you so much. >> so glad you made it. >> we love you alexis. "gilmore girls: a year in the life" is streaming right now as we speak on netflix. get ready to stock up your makeup back, drug store finds under $20. >> and speaking of beauty, we're going to get up close and personal when we go fishing with "vikings" star travis fimmel. oh, gosh, he's cute. >> right after this. >> fine. (coughs) cough doesn't sound so good. take mucinex dm. i'll text you in 4 hours when your cough returns. one pill lasts 12 hours, so... looks like i'm good all night! some cough medicines
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family drama. >> check. >> impressive battles for power. >> check. >> hideous hats. >> check! >> ruggedly handsome conquerors. >> check, check, check. >> the wildly popular series "vikings" has that and so much more. >> the show on history star travis fimmel, and he's just returned home following a bitter defeat against his brother and faces new challenges from all sides, especially from his own sons. >> hate that. hate it when that happens. >> love how you're just sitting there with your braids, like it's normal. [ laughter ] >> you know what i love about you, you don't even care. just sitting there with his horns on, like -- >> oh, my -- >> you're crazy. >> not with the curls. just not good. not good. how are you, travis? >> very good. >> you can take your hat and horns off, if you'd like.
>> keeps your head warm. >> yeah. >> tell us about your role in this show. >> you're really going to keep that on. >> because i have to. i can't let him live alone. >> it's been great. i was very lucky to get the job. and it's been a great ride and great people to work with and very fortunate the show's done very well. >> yeah. does it surprise you? because you never know when you set out on these kinds of things but you love the writing. >> yeah. of course, it's always -- so hard for a show to stay on air and do well. we had a great creator and it's a great world and the irish people, where we shoot, ireland. >> great fun. sweet people. >> yeah. >> and great workers and very talented. >> and try to throw in a bunch of real actual history in the process too, right? >> yeah. yeah. we have a lot of dramatic license so -- but, yeah, we actually don't wear hats. it's a myth.
>> really. >> i'm disappointed. i would wear this on the show. >> it's a good look on you. we should say. we have a little time. would you like to go fishing with us? >> yes. i was wondering what that was all about. >> here's what we have. >> you're an outdoorsman. >> loves to fish. >> there will be a question on each one of them so go ahead and let it go. i don't really understand what's happening. >> wine or beer? >> beer. >> what kind of beer? >> any beer. i'm not picky. >> not particular. >> what's yours, kath? >> peanut butter or jelly? >> peanut butter or jelly? >> mix them together. >> chocolate or vanilla. >> chocolate, by far. >> of course. >> that's right. >> liking this. the man likes to fish. >> i like this. >> what's that one? >> wait. i got australian men or american men? >> that's for you.
>> i'll help you out on that and go australian men. >> aussie, baby! >> actually -- action or comedy? >> comedy. >> for sure. >> action. >> beard or clean shaven? >> ah, when i'm working a beard but a bit hipster-ish for me. >> summer or winter as we go? season four -- >> summer or winter? >> summer. >> for sure. season four premiere of "vikings" premieres on history channel. >> thank you, sweetie.
>> hello, everybody. >> we're in the makeup department. >> yes. we're in the makeup department today. >> we are going to bring out, we have alex has the winners here. am i right? >> yes. >> of course, he does. >> each one is one of the top beauty drug store makeup tips. what's first? >> okay. we're going to start with the best foundation. you look very dapper. >> very dapper, alex. >> okay, so this is from l'oreal. you look so great in that. he going to demo the other half to show coverage. this lasts 24 hours. our testers loved that and light and creamy, and it's like the no makeup makeup. everybody felt you put it on and didn't feel it and had an instant glow. >> look goods on you. >> does it have sunscreen in it? >> thank you. spf 15. i meant to say that. >> what's next, alex? what do you have? something. what is that.
strobing stick so strobing is a big trend, but people are a little intimidated to do highlighter, they don't know how to use it, where to apply it. this stick makes it super easy. go, kaitlyn. right here. she's our strobing genius in the office. >> what does it do? >> highlights your features. gives it glow. >> mary uses that on us in the morning. >> put it on cheekbones, brow bones, you can even put it on your cupid's bow. very glowy. >> very dewey. >> not all over? >> no. >> special places. >> don't be crazy. >> don't be crazy. you'll look like a christmas tree. >> what's next? looks like eyeshadow? >> best eyeshadow from a drug store, covergirl true naked. you know when you get these, alex, there's eight in here. >> love that. >> there's eight in here. three different palettes. two are never getting touched. they don't have a bad color. all the different palettes, eight are there, and you can blend, mix and match. our testers loved how blendable everything was and is. best eye shadow. >> i love that. >> gorgeous. >> the good colors.
alex, that was excellent. oh, look, he's already back with something else. our winner for best eyeliner by nuance, which is salma hayek's beauty brands. the long lasting eyeliner pencil. lasts four hours. through the "gilmore girls," all four seasons it lasted. >> yeah. >> and it self-sharpens. >> genius. >> not smudgy or -- >> and look at kaitlyn. >> easy. like the name. >> got to get that. >> alex, something else? >> mascara. >> okay. this is l'oreal and the gimmick, from our testers is, no lash left behind. very, very skinny bristles to get every single lash. not missing one. >> whose company is this? >> l'oreal. as best mascara. >> nice and it lasts a long time, jill. >> our testers said lasts about 24 hours if you don't cry or do
>> oh, my gosh. i got this lip stuff. who is this by? >> burt's bees! >> i got this. >> this is like a really amazing lip balm, masquerading as a lipstick. look at this. look at the color payoff on this on kaitlyn. that is not easy, kaitlyn. the color range is unbelievable. so many great colors and it's so moisturizing, a new product for them? it lasts all day. and it's moisturizing, and -- >> a hoda seal of approval. >> alex, what else? >> last, but not least, garnier skin active water. this is a huge trend right now in the beauty industry. basically a makeup remover that feels like water. >> not harsh, not abrasive, takes everything off. our tester said, no irritation. >> perfect. >> if you --
>> just put it on. >> trying to show how it comes off. >> looks so pretty. >> does it come off? >> how does it feel? >> so soft. literally like water. >> guys, thank you. >> thank you, everybody. see you tomorrow, right? >> see you tomorrow. >> to shop these items and see the full list of makeup products head to today.com/style, and tomorrow we'll show you our award-winning skin care and body products. how a florida family with 16 kids is making sure other kids are not forgotten this christmas. >> and how you can get in on the action, right after this. my hygienist said the most random thing. she said i should think of my teeth like an apple. it could be great on the outside not so great on the inside. her advice? use a toothpaste and mouthwash that strengthens both. go pro with crest pro-health advanced. it's uniquely formulated with activestrength technology to strengthen teeth inside and is better at strengthening the outside than colgate total. crest toothpaste and mouthwash makes my whole mouth feel amazing. advance to healthier gums and stronger teeth from day one.
friend, here with a story of selflessness and giving that will touch your heart. hi, suzy. >> hi. >> hello. >> more than 6,000 u.s. men and servicewomen lost their lives, serving our country. many left children behind. we got to catch up with a very special family determined to let those family of fallen service members know they are not forgotten, especially now at the holidays. meet the rebacks. the florida family made up of mom, dad and 16 kids. you he 16 children. they might seem to have their hands full, but it's not so much their hands that are full as it is their hearts. the family created american gold star christmas. a program aimed at helping children of fallen servicemen and women at the holidays, in ways both big and small. >> tell me about the gold star christmas. >> so this christmas we're helping connect families all across america with gold star families. those who have lost a loved one in the service of our nation's
website, list things that their children would like for christmas and then every day americans can go online and decide to sponsor a child and purchase a gift for them. >> reporter: mom lyette got the idea to start the program when she noticed a social media post from a military widow feeling cash strapped wondering if there were programs available to help families like hers at the holidays. realizing there were no programs in place, she and her family sprang into action. the options to shop for their gifts themselves or to donate money or gift cards that the rebacks use to make the children of fallen soldiers feel special at this special time of year. we spent time with the family as they hit the stores playing the role of santa claus. checking the kids' lists. >> good job. >> picking what's nice. >> no. orange is my favorite. >> bringing the items home to wrap and seal with a customized touch.
the ribbon around it, and then we might put a few stamps on it, and then my sister glory will, like, draw cool designs for it. >> is the house like a little factory? >> it looks like santa's workshop exploded. there's tape, ribbon, flags, scissors, sharpies and gifts all over the place. >> karen vaughan, who lost her n, the program is invaluable. >> when it's all said and done, you know what your child gave his life for or what these kids know what their fathers gave their lives for. they understand, but the truth is, you wonder if the rest of america understands, and so when somebody like lyette and her beautiful family come together to do such amazing acts of kindness, it really warms your heart. >> good job. good job. good job. >> reporter: it's often said it's better to give than receive. and for the rebacks, the
hard at the holidays, they say, is no sacrifice at all. not when it's for families who have made the ultimate sacrifice. >> this is gratitude. >> uh-huh. >> we owe them a debt that we can never repay. so, being able to provide something at christmas to let them know that we're thankful is really important. >> wow. >> unbelievable. >> beautiful. >> so far the rebacks have helped hundreds of military and like to help, go to kathyleeandhoda.com. >> amazing. beautiful. >> teaching the children about the legacy of love they're leaving. so important. part of our share kindness campaign we're trying to reach 1 million acts of kindness, large and small, before the end of the year. >> join us by shouting out the good people and good stories in your neighborhood. use the #sharekindness on facebook, twitter and instagram. we love you. >> love you, honey.
two of his favorite dishes. >> are they for you? >> there's an egg roll in our future, hoda. >> let's eat it. >> suzy wants to stay, i think. you're welcome to. >> why wouldn't she? "it's amazing out there" means to me the wonder and the wow of weather. >> everything is amazing. >> it could be the smallest ice crystal, the biggest storm cloud. >> what does "it's amazing out there" mean to me? it means looking up and being inspired, even if it's just straight up blue skies. i mean how beautiful is that, that little burst of red that happens when the sun comes right over the ocean when it comes up in the morning. >> watching lightning streaking across the sky from one side to another. >> the role of thunder, it's just -- it's just one of the most amazing things. >> that's what "it's amazing out there" is and what it means to you mentally and the memories
and how that absolutely affects our lives, our day-to-day. what's in our stores, what are we going to wear, what are we going to eat, what is everything going to cost? to me all those interactions. the weather has real influences on. that's why "it's amazing out there." >> what it means for me is it lets the world know what's happening at the weather channel. >> i think what makes the weather channel's coverage unique is that we are meteorologists. we know what is going on with the weather and that makes a tremendous difference. >> somebody just walks up to you we're so glad that you were here to take us through it. >> we have a charge, we have a responsibility. we have a drive to provide information to people to help them, help their communities, help their families stay safe. it matters so much. >> when you start linking the people side up to the weather and the science of the data, it makes a real connection and starts to drive home the importance of what we do. >> i love weather. >> i do love weather.
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imagine this. going to a famous chef's house, having him or her cook one of his favorite dishes for you. >> last summer i hosted a round table with five culinary masters at the greenwich wine and food festival and a would make for me if i ever were to come over to their house for dinner. >> one by one they're stopping by our kitchen to make those dishes and today's chef is -- >> both: adam richman. >> he's the host of "secret eats: arctic circle" that premieres on the discovery channel. >> and these are a thanksgiving treat. >> how do we do it?
>> that's it? >> that's it. generally take a spoon full of pulled pork. >> have to use a spoon? >> you can use hands, if you want to. >> come on. >> like skull bandit. pinch between your cheek and gum. >> okay. >> and so do a little of that. then i usually take a little sauce. i prefer a spicier sauce. >> the sauce. >> you don't want to do too much. almost make sure you leave room at edge of the wrapper. >> you have to wrap. right? >> exactly right. >> i put a little too much. >> perfect. a use the other spoon. get some coleslaw. plain old coleslaw right there and the water is the glue. havana if you like. like i say. we're going to use egg today. use a brush or your finger. usually right along the edges first. >> with the egg? >> with the water or the egg. >> okay. >> and then you go over, get a good tuck. >> over, get a good tuck. this is fun. >> right. pinch these in. >> pinch these in. >> fold over again.
>> and give it a good roll. i usually do this and then give it a nice roll so it's nice and tight. and there we have it. what we'll do, at the very end, take the egg and you brush it. >> ah -- this is fun. >> this is what i -- what i like about this, lay out all the ingredients. i have younger cousins and obviously their folks are worried about them using knives and heat. work on the assembly part of it. slide on down here and you can see the finished product. >> i'm still making it perfect here. >> of course you are. >> drop it in oil? >> high smoke point like peanut oil is great. 355, 375. drop it in nice and easy. wait until they're golden brown. >> fish them out? >> fish them out. >> for how long, honey? how long? >> i usually go by color. more than anything else. but i would say approximately five to seven. here you go. >> so excited.
make a real simple easy one. creamy peanut butter, hot water, honey, sriracha, garlic. done. easy peasy. >> this is delicious! out of the boiling water, kathie lee! >> that -- we have to go back there? >> more recipes. i love this. i love cooking for you guys. >> oh, my gosh. adam. so good. >> i remember when you asked that question. what would you make for me? i was like, i would have to stop panicking. ou dinner. >> this is my miso veggies, a take-off on what my mom did. all healthy stuff. >> chop it up. >> chop it up. i take a little, one bulb of garlic, expose it. here's why so i'm going to take all these veggies and throw them in a giant bowl. some on the countertop for good measure. this is miso paste. so this is actually from soybeans. you can get white, yellow or red.
>> taste while you finish that up. >> no problem. we want to make sure it's all really, really well coated. get in there. delicious. >> i'm so enjoying my egg roll. >> we're going to coat it and then what we'll do is we'll grease this pan. a little bit of oil or you can use some spray. 1/8 inch of water in the bottom to have a little something to steam. take the veggies once all coated. >> dump them in. >> dump them right in nice and easy. spread them evenly. what i like to do, i a little oil caramelizes in a garlic. i tent it and i do about 355 between, i don't know, 45, 50 minutes. check it at the 35 mark. >> heaven. heaven everything! >> so glad you -- >> yes! >> so glad i came to your house for dinner. thank you so much. to get these recipes, go to today.com/food. thank you for letting me bring hoda. we're about to spread christmas cheer to thousands of deserving
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for the past 23 years our toy drive has been giving to kids in need around the country. >> we are so, so grateful to partners for marking it possible. here to tell us about today's generous contribution is -- >> both: drum roll, please. [ drum roll ] >> both: toy industry foundation executive director jean butler! >> she's back. >> hi, jean. >> so glad you're here. >> good to see you. >> how are you? what do you have in your hands today? >> well, we've got clues maxi rabbit and we've got snuggles,
>> oh, my gosh. >> how precious. this guy can heavy. >> and the toy industry foundation is donating more than a quarter of a million dollars worth of toys for more than 10,000 kids in need to your toy drive. >> thank you. >> so fantastic. >> you do it every year. why do you keep doing it? >> because play is so critical for kids, and toys are the tools of play. so this toy drive is very important for us to contribute to. >> never seen this before. so adorable. >> yes. here! >> yes. thank you, sweetie. >> thank you very much. >> don't leave us. >> don't forget, starting this thursday, you can donate in person on the plaza or go to amazon.com/today to donate online. details go to klgandhoda.com. >> oh, we love these. tomorrow the "property brothers" with a new orleans home makeover. >> you helped them with it. >> i d >> plus, mark mcgrath gets us in the spirit with merry makers. >> the best skin care products from the drugstore with "people" magazine.
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