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>> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza hi! [ cheers and applause ] hi! >> wow. >> good morning! [ cheers and applause ] >> hello, everybody. good morning. good morning! wow. look at this new set. it's unbelievable.
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>> i can't believe my eyes! >> look. there's even a spot there for gelman. why? why does he get a seat? he doesn't do anything. he's waiting for tea service for the butler or something. >> reege, reege, look a new kind of phone. remember? always made fun of our other phone? now i can use my new press-on nails and dial without a rotary. >> wow. that's sometng time to get used to all of this new stuff. >> come on, reege! >> how do i do it? day after day? >> how was your weekend, reege? >> not good. not good. no. it's -- no. joy and i were in atlantic city. >> yeah? >> there's -- a lot going on. and it's a convoluted story. you really don't want to hear it. i don't want to get into it in too much detail. guess what i watched last night? >> what, reege? >> me and joy, in bed. uh-huh.
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>> shot right here on the streets of new york. i got to tell ya, it didn't do it for me. >> reege, that's too bad. reege, what was it called? >> i don't know. something like, "legal order" or law and something get this. very beginning of the sound effect they play this scary sound effect. it goes -- da-dada. i brought it in too share it wi feel about it. >> okay. reege! >> gelman, can you actually pretend you actually work around here? come here! do something with this tape. get over here. send it to the control room and
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and, please, please, gelman, be careful with it! i keep lending these tapes out to everybody and nobody ever gives it back to me. you got something to say? >> i'm right on top of it, reege. don't you worry. >> no. i won't worry. never going to see that tape again. never going to see it again. >> i'm not the screw-up you think i , >> oh, gelman, thank you. but, reege, reege -- >> yes, yes, yes! >> i had a great night, too. you're not going to believe this. i got the newest version of my
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it's a shipment called "sentimental." i'm so excited. can i show you? look, look, everyone, look! >> oh, my gosh. will you look at this? >> wait, reege -- reege -- you want to hear some of it? >> no, i don't. >> let's just live here for a moment to. ? it had to be you ? it had to be you ? >> my head hurts. ? and finally found ? >> you know, reege, it was like christmas in my house after that delivery. my handsome little cody-wody and my precious little cassidy. they were dancing around the house and saying, please, mama, please, mama, play more. >> i feel so sorry for those kids. sounds so thrilling. >> you know i hate to talk about my kids, but since you asked. >> i didn't ask. >> did i tell yo did a pooh-pooh all by herself? >> no questions of the pooh-pooh. >> wait. in my fanny pack. i've got them right here. look, look -- >> oh. well, do i have some pictures to show you, too. >> look, reege? >> i don't care. okay? i'm bored already. you know what will help me wake up? that horrible sound from legal something. i will never be able to get it out of my head! >> reege, reege, it's "law & order." >> is it cued up yet gelman?
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represented by two separate but equal groups. >> where's the da-da? i'm jumping out of my shorts. must be a problem in the control room. >>s ready for the listening. are you ready to wear it -- i mean, to hear it -- or something! >> never mind, gelman. it's never going to make it another season, anyhow. that show. how about we go through the papers. all right? that's what i do. look, business section. >> what, reege? what is it? >> some show -- some company called -- stop touching me! microsoft. plans to rescue their nemesis apple. that's a fruit. not a company, and they're on the brink of bankruptcy with $150 million investment. >> i don't know, reege. sounds like a waste of money to
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that will ever be able to recoup. what sells in the papers, reege? >> talk about a company doomed to fail. what about this one? wants to create a magic blue pill that helps men to -- ah! i can't say that. >> reege, you mean viagra. >> stop it. don't say the word. >> reege, you don't ever have to worry about that. you're so strong and sexy. >> you got that right. [ laughter ] >> oh, speaking of strength, you know what, reege? >> what? >> you know what's still going strong? the macarena. still holding number one. are we ready? come on, reege. do it with me. come on, come on. >> oh, come on. everybody do it. >> come on. >> ready, reege? [ playing "macarena" ]
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>> come on, gelman. do something! >> come on, reege. >> gelman -- >> come on, reege. come on! ? ? say macarena ? >> reege, not like that. >> i hate it. who cares? gelman, if i go to another
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i'm sick of it. >> reege, i still love you. >> of course. everybody loves regis. [ "law & order" theme song ] >> that stupid sound goes off. what is it? >> what is it? >> this is your line, gelman. >> oh, i'm sorry. it was my pager. i just got it. [ sound of champaign bottle popping ] >> reege, it's okay. >> it won't go off again. >> oh, it's okay. wait. you know what it's time for, everybody? >> tell them to freeze over. >> it's time we're going to do an audience giveaway. pick a number between 1 and 4,227. what number, reege? >> i'm going to pick the number three. >> why. >> number of my favorite player from note to me! >> i love that. i'll play ball with him anytime. congrats to our audience member.
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it's calmed "feel fit and fabulous." >> oh, here we go. congratulations to the winner. >> yeah! [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> whew! >> ah -- >> this is so fun. oh, that was fun. >> glad somebody's having fun. >> how was that? having fun, right? can we -- come h come on up. the man! >> nice job. >> the legend. how was it? playing gelman. >> we are so confused up here. >> honestly. i called her kath. >> gelman -- >> doing to do the -- >> who's this? who is this? . >> look at your workout tape. we actually have it. >> checking out the future. >> who wants the kathie lee tape? >> never mind. >> holy cow! look at that. >> regis, stick around. all right? we got a lot coming up.
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>> yeah. they're going to -- you're going to love that. and before we go to break, it was double vision when regis met regis. take a look. >> happy -- >> happy halloween. >> he's out of control! >> so is she! >> no. i am. no. we're out of control! >> and we're happy about it. believe it or not. >> we just want everyone to be happy. don't we? >> absolutely. you should be happy, too. it's like mango chutney and burnt hair. no thank you, i have a very sensitive palate. just try it! guys, i think we should hurry up. if you taste something bad, you want someone else to try it. it's what you do. i can't get the taste out of my mouth! if you want to save fifteen percent or more on car insurance, you switch to geico. it's what you do. shhh!
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>> reporter: when three best friends with a passion for the para normal join passions for hunting ghosts you know you're in nor a haunted ride.
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glimpse's what life was like to 1865. >> did you come up with your own camera? >> she's a professional. >> always prepared. before with go inside, my safe word, spamony. >> spaghetti! >> is there really a coffin in there? >> reporter: so many paranormal shows v what makes this one unique? >> we bring soul back. back to the paranormal. >> like the spirits. yeah, yeah. >> reporter: i quickly learned the key to any successful investigation, an army of instruments, like this or light censored camera. >> essentially point this camera at anyone or any thing it does an entire figure and puts a stick figure over your body. >> reporter: sounds harmless,
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>> reporter: with courage, night vision and faith in the brothers we headed down to the basement where stories of mysterious sights and sounds have been documented for generations. >> oh, look, look. >> there's something in the corner right here. >> where? >> right next to -- >> no. >> somebody got to make me a sandwich or something. >> are you hungry? >> you saw it! you saw it! >> reporter: next, we used a spirit box catchinre talkative ghosts. >> are you here with us? he said, yep. yep. >> he goes, yep. >> i did, too. >> if you want to get inducted into the ghost brothers family you have to do what we call quiet time. >> reporter: by quiet time they meant high to ghost hunt alone in the bedroom c. barry treadwell died in.
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>> my heart is racing out of my chest. >> the safe word? >> spamony. >> reporter: equipped with a handy cam and sls, i was off on my solo journey. >> okay. ah -- spamony. >> okay. this is anomaly detected. what does that mean? is anyone in this room with me? if you want me to leave. oh, my god! okay. it's raising its hand. okay. i see it. look, look, look. how do i get out? spamony! [ screaming ] oh [ bleep ] -- what is that? ah -- [ scream ] >> use your safe word. >> spamony. >> reporter: while he was just a
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>> i can safely say we can end our investigation on that. >> oh, my god. >> yeah. >> you're an official ghost sister. >> really? >> welcome to the club. >> wait. i want a hug. >> oh. >> oh. cruel! >> that looked like -- >> i'm still scared a week later. next season of "ghost brothers" debuts next year on destination america. >> crazy. >> i am never going back. ever. >> you all right, gelman? >> can i go home now? >> if that doesn't scare you, here with creatures that go bump
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we're having a sort of fun day halloween monday and a collection of creatures that might fill many with fear. >> so glad we brought them here in one place. >> reporter: really? >> set the record straight about animals associated with the holiday, sea world and busch
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julie scardina. >> can't get a look at her gams. amazing. >> broadway show. this is -- this is the ice fleurations. >> wow. all right. >> do that again! >> so we're here to dispel all the myths about all of these scary creatures. right? owls are associated with superstition and magic and the darkness of the night. but they're actually perfectly >> they're nocturnal things. >> exactly right. >> i like the word nocturnal. >> beautiful big eyes to see 100 times better than humans at night helping making them beneficial for us. best pest control ever. >> they can see their prey. >> exactly. you can ever imagine. these animals, you don't need to be afraid of them. they're great to have around your house. we're going to try to fly her off.
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>> good luck with this. >> you'll see her six-foot wing span if we can get her attention over there. >> what's other name? >> joann. >> oh, that figures. >> from busch gardens, tampa. joann, see, can we get your attention going this way? there we go. how about that? fly right off. >> she's winking at you. >> winking at you. >> bring out our next creature. >> such a disappointment. >> bye-bye, joann. >> bye. >> there she goes. >> ooh, yes. >> joann wasn't in the mood. it's like joy a lot of nights. >> an animal that almost nobody likes. >> oh, look. reege. >> it's spiders, right? we have one of the largest species of tarantulas here. somebody put their hand into the habitat there. >> go ahead, gelman. >> lay it right down inside. >> wait. >> it's just a tarantula.
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you cannot jerk back because she's actually very -- very -- >> skittish. let me show you how a man -- all right, kathie lee. >> well, i want to show off my nails. >> go ahead and put your -- oopsy. attached to my costume. go ahead and put your hand. >> things are not going well today. >> all down into the habitat. so that you're on the ground. >> look at that there we go. >> try to get her off of my costume. she's like -- >> and going towards your neck! not a good thing. >> that's okay. i'm not afraid of her. that they're going to hurt you. >> not looking. >> but they actually don't at all. >> how does it feel? >> the biggest thing they would do, actually throw their hairs at you, believe it or not. >> is that right? >> that's kind of kinky. >> of course you do. >> i like that. back in college. >> beneficial, food for other animals. >> her name is marilyn because she's got golden hairs. right? >> julie, can i ask you a question? do you like my leaf press-on nails? >> yes. they're beautiful, and so does marilyn too.
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the habitat. >> i have a -- >> very beneficial. no need to ever kill a spider. >> what's next? >> our next animal we're going to bring out, put right on the table. >> holy cow! >> move the cups and the papers. >> this is -- >> is this a fox or a wolf? >> this is actually a coyote. >> wrong again, gelman, on every front. >> now, this is anna. anna's mother was unfortunately killed by a bounty hunter. >> oh. >> ah. >> and the bounty hunter saw of her. >> oh. >> so he had a change of heart. he actually saved the pups, although anna was the only one to be able to survive. now she is a great ambassador for her species, because coyotes get such a bad rap? right? look at this gorgeous creature. >> she's got -- all right. just asking. >> all right. and for howl-0-ween, we had to bring a co-unity. >> wrap it up, kids.
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>> vulture. isn't this gorgeous? >> get ready for music. smash mouth performs one of their biggest hits. >> lisa, can you turn her around there? there you go. >> that's the -- >> ever thought about starting a business with family members, you guys? we're going to talk about that. >> and smarties candies. what they have to say before you do it. that's after this. i love that my shop is part of the morning ritual around here. people rely on that first cup and i wouldn't want to mess with that. but when (my) back pain got bad, i couldn't sleep. i had trouble getting there on time. then i found aleve pm. aleve pm is the only one to combine a sleep aid plus the 12 hour strength of aleve. for pain relief that can last into the morning. ? look up at a new day...? hey guys! now i'm back.
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[burke] hot dog. seen it. covered it. we know a thing or two because we've seen a thing or two. ? we are farmers. bum-pa-dum, bum-bum-bum-bum ?
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>> how's that, gelman? here with tips going into business with loved ones is career expert and best-selling author and "today" -- excuse me -- candy striper. all right? now you do it. >> all: suzy welsh! >> fine. [ laughter ] >> oh, if you didn't know, it's estimated that upwards of 70% of american companies are family businesses. which got us to thinking, what's it like to go into business with your relatives? i sat down with the three ladies behind the smarties candy makes their family venture so darn sweet. >> reporter: immediate elizabeth, sister jessica and cousin sarah. together this trailblazing trio run the smarties candy company in union, new jersey. >> did you go up thinking you would go into the family business or something that came to you later? >> i think of the three of us i was the one who thought i was always end up in a family business.
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did. >> reporter: the ladies' grandfather who launched the tasty treat back in 1949. >> my father had a candy company in england that made a similar product. after the war i decided to try the american market. so i just got married, had a 6-month-old son and came here and got it started. >> reporter: when he founded the company he was hand-delivering each order from his car. with the help of about 100 employees, smarties ships more than 50,000 pounds of candy per day. >> what's it like working with your granddad? >> his commitment to this company and work ethic are inspiring to us. >> inspiring he's so involved. >> he's the man. >> reporter: at 92 the man is so committed to the family fortune he still pops into the office are on a regular basis. >> right now if i want to play golf, i play golf, but if i want an office to go to i have an office to go to. i have the best of both worlds and the girls running the business, i still get a check at
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>> reporter: how does a tight-knit family run a business without stepping on each other's toes? >> we each do different things. i oversee food quality, safety and communications. >> reporter: for sarah it's production and purchasing, and jessica takes care of sales and office management. >> how do you think you run the business differently than the men before you? >> we modernized it. >> yeah. >> really every aspect of the company. production an i.t. we put solar panels on the roof, taking things to the next level. >> reporter: the most fruitful holiday upon them, the ladies are working especially hard. >> talk about halloween. biggest day of the year for you. what's it like in the weeks leading up to halloween. >> we actually make all our halloween candy during the summer. you have to ship from here and actual be in the stores before halloween so people can prepare. >> obviously our biggest day of the year.
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>> supposed to bring fun to people's lives. >> reporter: fun indeed. the sugary tablets come in six flavors and nut-free, gluten-free and vegan, but perhaps sweetest of all is the love behind this family-run candy land. >> what advice would you give to sisters or cousins that came to you and said they wanted to go into business together? >> it sounds cheesy, but family first. it has to be the bottom line, because we all care about this business, but at the end of the day, we all love each other. >> i like to see that with families. >> yeah. >> and you have tips. one of those things sometimes when you hear about people going into business with family you say, don't do it. it's going to be trouble. obviously, that's not the case with these guys. >> every family has drama. they do very, very well, don't fear have drama they're working out in the family business. one of the things they do right and they do many things right, they like and love each other. know how to have a good disagreement and a compromises
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the family business. that is a totally number one thing. >> do that at home. >> what do you think? >> do that at home. >> right, gelman. >> what do you think? >> i think it's important to keep your dramas at home. joy and i do all the time. it's worked out. >> they definitely do that and decided what success would look like for them. another company came, tried to buy them. they said no. we want to keep it in the family for the next generation, or four children, maybe our daughters and really had a clear and consistent idea, all of them, about what success was. >> and a great product. >> yes. delicious. i know. >> don't you love -- >> i love the smarties. what about you? >> yeah. i do, too. >> who cares. >> stick around. we have sweet music ahead. thank you so much. >> are you sure? i've heard about ihoda. >> you likey? >> back in time with one of their biggest hits. i can hardly wait. after this. >> can't wait. love her! p
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>> announcer: the citi concert series on "today" is proudly presented to you by citi. [ cheers and applause ] we are back, taking you back in time almost 20 years to 1997. >> at 21, tiger woods was the youngest golfer to win the masters. average price of a movie ticket less than $5 and leonardo dicaprio yelled "i'm the king of the world!" >> that same year the rock group smash mouth hit the scene with its debut album. >> and this is me -- here they are with their 1997 hit "walking on the sun." >> this is "walking on the sun for you." ? ain't no joke i like to bother ethe world sing it perfect harmony and teach the world to stop the fires and the liars ?
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scouring the crowd for the most creative costumes. time to select who won our costume contest. >> well what do you mean? it's not us, regis is -- disappointed. is that me? >> no, it's you, kath. >> okay. drum roll, please. our third prize goes to --
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congratulations. our second prize goes to -- drum roll, please -- john and dawn from chicago. $50 gift card and our big prize, $250 grand prize goes to -- >> mercer island, washington. >> she's a crazy cat! >> congratulations. >> she's over here. [ laughter ] >> thank you. >> congratulations. all the winners. >> how much fun did you have today? [ cheers and applause ] happy halloween, everybody. >> thank our dear friends -- >> regis, for being with us today. so much fun. >> i don't think so. no. wee never going to do this again. are we? no. leave regis alone. >> who do you want to be next year? >> ah -- you. >> remember, you have the
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>> regis, kathie. >> we love you. we'll be back tomorrow. good-bye, everybody! >> announcer: howie mandel opens up about a condition that could paralyze him with fear. >> it's a battle i fight every waking moment of my life. >> announcer: can his phobia >> and, driving her deep into addicti >> dr. travis: this is a dangerous time for you. >> announcer: with her life on the line, can the doctors save her? and, did a nanny feed a baby? to death? what police are saying today. how i suf-- surfing nurse survived a shark attack. >> dr. travis: welcome to the show, we have comedian, and


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