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this morning on "today's take" -- "gilmore girls" and guys gather around. lauren graham is our celebrity co-host. then, could she be the next adele? she'll blow your mind. plus "in coming up right now. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's take," live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. welcome to a tuesday morning, little on the damp side here in new york city. november 29th, 2016. i'm al, along with tamron. our special guest co-host, actress, writer, producer, gilmore girl lauren graham. this is so exciting! >> so exciting for me, too.
love this ensemble. >> thankyou. >> love everything about it. >> you look fantastic and you smell good, too, which you at home might not know. >> she smells like cookies. >> that's really true. the fandom over "gilmore girls." the return. were you prepared for it? >> no. it is still very surprising. it is my honor to be in this show again and i just am so relieved that people largely seem to be pleased with the re disappointed. >> that's right. the reaction's been terrific. it is four parts, kind of like a year. it's all four seasons. which is so exciting. we got a clip of your character chatting with her daughter, rory, when she moves back home. >> you remember to label my boxes because i know where nothing is. my boots, my coats, my underwear. >> you have no idea where your underwear is? >> could be at lane's.
underwear since you moved? >> don't judge. >> i'm looking for my lucky outfit. >> i told you, low-key obsessed with lorelei. lot of people have named their child rory over the years. >> the quick clip of the dialogue which is perfect out today which is called "talking as fast as i can," a collection of essays. in the show you talk like a mile a minute. >> that's what the show is known for. it is always something i loved about it. i'm sort of a fast talker myself. so the book is a collection of essays, including one about kind of what it was like to do the show the first time, then sort of a diary behind the scenes of the latest show. i just thought what an odd thing to get to do in a career. you know. >> did you keep a journal knowing that you would want to
the first time it was such a blur. there were so many episodes over so many years. when i tried to write about it i was like, the year where my hair looked weird? so i really kept a little more of a diary this time, also because it was such a special time and i was having such big moments all the time so i tried to keep track of them. >> which is kind of cool. not only did people respond to it but a lot of celebrities as well. reese witherspoon -- >> i just found this out. >> you are not on social me >> we perused the internet and it wasn't hard to find all of these celebrities who had reaction to the show. >> wow. >> we've got the reese witherspoon with cheryl strade who wrote the book "wild." reese tweeted her love as well about this. >> my character goes on a big journey that has to do with "wild" and kind of separates the
funny pop culture there. there i am camping. what could be more hilarious? >> are you a camper? >> my boyfriend's very outdoorsy so i've learned. in fact, one of the essays in the book is called "before my rei card" talking about whether i was single and some of the changes that happened in being with an outdoorsy person. >> what's the number one thing that changed being with an outdoorsy person? >> i have fleeces now. an assortment of i have several different kinds of shoes for specific kinds of hiking. it was encapsulated of having this. rei card. >> it's outdoor stuff. >> i've been camping. >> you did the bear grylls
her in an rei store is if christian louboutin made a hiking boot. mae whitman your daughter from "parent hood" viewing the show. >> mae also has a small cameo in the show. basically if you were any of my loved ones i wanted you in the show and i put as many people as i possibly could. she never watched the show before and now has watched the whole thing. it's very gratifying. >> that's so cool. jason ritter, the other "parenthood" co-star, tweeting so funny, moving, and all-around wolf. >> aw. >> it's streaming on netflix. we're not going to say the four words that end the show which is kind of word because it is bingeing. you can watch the whole thing so you have to be careful about what you say. but it is kind of a cliffhanger. there will be any more? >> it is so funny because we spent all these years being asked if there was going to be a movie or if we were going to revisit the show. we thought, all right, we
i think this is going to be the next line of questioning. i think on one hand we feel very proud of what we did and like it answered a lot of questions. on the other hand, it was such a joy for us all to do it and people -- some people seemed to be asking for more, so we'll see. >> it is like probably when you have a baby, then people say when is the next baby? like what's the next thing? but that's a good thing. well, in tv case. "rolling stone" is out with the top right? this is their list for 2016. they've come out with the top 50 albums. we don't know what it is but now i know because it is in the teleprompter. top album of the year -- "lemonade." >> that makes sense. >> i guessed that this morning in our reading. yae. never one to rest on her laurels, beyonce is also out with christmas merchandise.
shopbeyonce.com. slay all day. i came to sleigh. this is beyonce's line? >> no, no, this is serious. >> now you know what you're getting. i'll get the hat. so here's the thing. my daughter, lela, is kind of a foodie. was talking about this stuff when we went shopping this holiday weekend. she wanted to get this stuff called specula. have you had it's basically cookie butter. like if you took the biscopf cookies you get on the delta air lines? >> we going to show it now or going to break? we're teasing. we're going to give it a taste after this. >> this is it. >> i've never heard of it. but it is at trader joe's, i hear. >> yeah. >> there is generic versions of it in other stores. we'll tell you about this. you're going to want this braus
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we're back with more of "today's take" and our celebrity co-host, lauren graham. we've got this. here's the deal. it is call a balanced breakfast made with over 60% gingerbread cookies. go that's right. >> that makes it a balanced break fest. . >> it's like cereal in a jar. >> a lot of waffle places use this instead of -- >> this is the new nutella, as al says.
>> it's 60% ground cookies. what's the other 40%? >> it is kind of like a spreadable ginger cookie. >> wow. >> is that pretty good? had. >> yeah. >> that's not bad. >> it is popular in belgium? >> folks, you need to change the name. speculoos sounds like some sort of medical device. >> but as a less medical. >> you get them on the airlines. oh. it's a cookie! >> by the way, here is a little tip. if you have biscopf, squeeze a little lime on it. it tastes like key lime pie. >> no, it doesn't! >> i think tha as a crust would be delicious. >> especially when you are making a key lime pie.
squeeze a little lime juice. it is delicious. this morning when i first saw lauren -- you got here about 6:30? >> i don't know. >> what's your normal wake-up time? >> left to my own devices, 8:00 or 9:00 or something. >> tell us with the lime on it if that tastes like key lime pie. >> i don't know how you guys do it. i can't go to sleep as early as you guys need to. >> last night i went to bed after midnight. then my alarm went off at 4:00 a.m. >> i binge sleep on the weekends. i like do not call me before 10:00 a.m. >> you couldn't look more rests. i don't know how -- i'm not cut out for this. >> the "wall street journal" says if you want your best sleep you need to treat sleep like exercise. >> what's that mean? >> how many times do you say, i'm going to bed at 9:30. and you may be in bed at 9:30 but you don't go to sleep for like 10:30 because you are a he
things like that. so avoid bedtime procrastination. >> meaning get in the bed and go to sleep. >> if you don't have a partner, a significant other there to hold you accountable, get a friend to act like a sleep cop. >> or the sleep app. these apps tell you, go to bed now. >> i think part of it is getting rid of your phone at bedtime. anything that keeps you connected, even a sleep app, what are the chances you're going to go to something else on your phone? >> i'm telling you, this is >> what do you do with your pajamas? >> don't wear them. i'm just making that up. >> squeeze lime on them. >> key lime pie in bed. thanksgiving day usually is when all the radio stations stop playing non-stop christmas music. are you a big holiday music person? >> i love holiday music. >> you start playing it now? you do like pandora christmas mix? >> i have a play list.
frank sinatra and older stuff. >> classics. billboard magazine listed the most downloaded songs in the last 15 years. "rockin' around the christmas ." >> didn't it get a rebirth in one -- >> "home alone." drifters doing "white christmas." number four, "mistletoe" by justin bieber. >> who l >> this is "billboard." "christmas eve" by sara . two do you want to build a snowman. ?? >> so cute!
there's christmas, mariah carey will never be clipping coupons. "all i want for christmas is you." >> best christmas film? >> "love actually." >> not as good as "diehard." >> that is not a christmas film. >> is that an ongoing fight? >> you get the judge's seat today. you are like judge lauren. >> i would pick "love actually." >> people onwitter say it is not christmas until hans goober falls off the nakatami tower. >> okay. >> your rem card -- >> rei. rem is the rock group. we can all agree on the weather. and it is not great out there for a lot of folks especially in the east. we've got more wet weather stretching from the gulf coast
northeast. temperatures a little on the cool side. 50s in the pacific northwest but as you get into the southeast it is going to stay warm. 70s and 80s. it is warm here in the northeast, too, temperatures in the 80s. as you take a look, we've got enhanced risk of strong storms down through the south. high-surf advisories in the southwest. snow and wind in the plains and plenty of sunshine through the southwest and on into southern california. all right. you tried it. a little >> tastes like key lime pie. you were right. >> al, how do you do it?
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how frequently they should be done, and when they should be stopped. all groups agree, however, that they are important and that they are life saving. the united states preventative services is task force many years ago made the recommendation to stop mammograms at the age ever 74 but a lot of important groups including the american cancer society recommends continuing them for, for example, if the longevity or life expectancy of a woman is greater than ten years. just as an example. to kind of figure out, solve it problem, give us a little more at basically close to 7 million mammograms and covered about 3 1/2 million women to see whether or not there was a correlation between age and how well mammograms performed in terms of cancer detection. they basically found out that beyond age 75 up to age 90 there was still cancers that were detected and still utility and usefulness of doing. basically the answer is, if you have women in your lives -- mothers or grandmothers -- over
provider and see whether a mammogram is still right for them. >> on a yearly basis still? >> again, there is no recommendation but many groups including the american cancer society would say yearly, yes. >> the lasik surgery. researchers at food and drug administration found many people underwent the drug procedure experienced side effects like double images and glare. i am from the old school that lacers were used to kill people in james bond movies so i won't get one. wh d is that we have known for some time that the study here, the headline, is not whether or not lasik is effective or safe. the studies in fact over the last couple of decades have shown that it is. the headline here is that there has not been until now what's called a validated questionnaire that doctors can actually give to their patients to follow signs and symptoms following lasik surgery. what was great about this study was that in fact they show that
a small subset however experienced new symptoms when they had none to start but none of them impacted their lives. again the take-home is not that there isuddenly these new and concerning symptoms following lasik surgery, but rather, there is a validated questionnaire that all doctors and health care providers can administer to their patients to better follow up outcomes following lasik. it is great because it gives the providers that much more information about the procedure. >> good advice. you're not saying avoid lasik. >> oh, no, absolutely not. neither are the study authors. coming up, grab a cup of joe. wait until you see what's brewing in our "coffee talk." this is a first. we've never had "coffee talk" before. lauren, tamron and i answer your questions and nothing it off-limits. >> ? ? i found a better deal on prescriptions. we found lower co-pays... ...and a free wellness visit. new plan...same doctor.
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we are back with guest co-host lauren graham, one of the stars of "gilmore girls" and the reboot on netflix. if there is one thing they love on that show, it is coffee. >> that's right. questions we've not seen. we've agreed to honestly answer whatever comes out of this coffee pot. my darling. you start out. >> the first one is from ray. lauren, did you take something from the "gilmore girls" set? i got asked this so much on the old show that i took something with no meaning to me because i knew it would get asked. i took a pink flamingo made of tin. it was decoration for lorelei. >> okay.
>> here's something for you to take. >> thank you. i'll put that in my sentimental things. >> mr. roker? >> just keep going. >> this is erica from dallas. lauren, what food can you not live without? >> that's a good one. sushi. >> what's your roll? what's your roll dujour? >> i just like really good regular sushi. not a fancy roll person. i like classic. >> okay. here's interesting enough. how many cups of could girls"? >> i don't think it's countable. i actually drink a lot of coffee. it is just one of the crazy connections i have with my character. it's probably not healthy but -- >> how many cups? >> six? >> ooh! six a day? >> is that too many? >> not judging. where's natalie aczar? oh, tamron. what's your biggest phobia?
what's wrong with you? yes. they are unpredictable and they're scary. >> just like this ornament. >> linda from alabama, if you could change your first name, what would it be? let's see. albert's my first name. >> lancelot. >> i like that. >> you said today, pablo. >> yeah. i would. the director of the new movie "jackie." his name's >> mr. lorain from now on. >> almost sounds like a cologne. >> if you could hop on a plane right now where would you go? >> me? >> where would you go? >> i'd like a hawaiian vacation. this has been a big year and i just would like to lie down -- or the caribbean maybe and just lie down on a beach. >> nice! i like that. come on, you got one more? >> i think we've got to go. one more?
my hands are too big for that coffee pot. >> all right. this is for you. taylor from new orleans. how many parises of shoes do you own? >> ooh! ooh, a girl doesn't tell. >> do you have a dedicated shoe closet? >> i have four. >> four shoe closets? >> but i'm 46. this is amassed over the years. >> wait. you never get rid of shoes? >> no. if i kept a couple of pair of shoes from eacar closets in the whole house. >> 92 pairs shoes? >> two a year since i was born? clearly i kept more than two. >> somebody's opening up a shoe museum. up next, twin brothers with one mission. find out if these new jersey teens are
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we highlight stories of people who perform selfless acts every day. today's story comes to us from new jersey where 14-year-old brothers jake and max klein have gone the extra mile to help spread the spirit of joy and giving. >> reporter: it is a huge turnout today at this high school in new jersey as many gather to donate canned foods, turkeys and other items to help the center for hope and safety, a women's shelter for the holidays. today' d overlping success raising enough food to provide 190 families with meals for the holidays. and that success can be attributed to the website kidsthatdogood.com. jake and max klein founded the website and have been instrumental in organizing communities to give every since this were a very young age. >> when they were 4 years old we did letters to santa and the
their piggy banks and we went shopping for gifts for the kids. go we decided some kids even in our own community might not be able to afford a present. we went to target, bought all the gifts, then went to the charity who distributed it. >> that was really moving and touching just that somebody needs it more than i do. when they were 6 or 7 they decided that they wanted to have their birthdays become charitable donations and they picked the charity and every year we would send out the birthday lieu of gifts with be this is the charity this year. >> reporter: over the years such birthday philanthropy included bulletproof vests for their local police department, laptops for the fire department, and cookies for kids cancer which
then one kitchen denied them because of their age. >> turning us down for our age was like crushing our dreams. that was the start of our website right there. >> the boys decided they wanted to put together a website for kids to find many ways to be charitable. >> reporter: max and jake created kidsthatdogood.com. >> it launched about three months ago. it is exceeding our expectations right now. >> every month we pick aha boys came to me with the idea of supporting the center for hope and safety, which is a refuge center for women and children affected by domestic violence. >> they were like, mom, we have to do something for these families. like it is just not acceptable. that was it. >> four days ago we posted on our website that we wanted everyone to donate to the food drive. and the turnout was absolutely overwhelming. there's so many donations that came in today. it's really amazing what two
raised. we felt that this was a big moment for us and we also felt that we helped the center very much. >> they went above and beyond, galvanized community support, inspiring so many children and families to give. >> reporter: in addition to today's drive, kids that do good has also been involved with initiatives the a the american cancer society, susan g. and local causes. >> for cause is too big or too small to support. >> reporter: it is through brothers max and jake that we can truly see the spirit of sharing kindness. >> i think they really embody the idea of share kindness. hopefully it is contagious and they seem to get a smile on everyone's face when they are doing it. >> i feel that share kindness means to help others and to give back to your community and help people that are less fortunate.
difference at in had he age. >> that is so awesome. for more on how to help makes and jake on their initiative, check out today.com. al is standing by with the weather. >> so neat to see that. let's show you what we've got going on today. we are looking at a lot of wet weather in the northeast. enhanced risk of strong storms down through the gulf. snow and wind back through the plains. plenty of sunshine out west, we we do haveig in the pacific northwest. snow and rain into the pacific northwest tomorrow with a fall chill tomorrow. heavy rain from new york all the way down into the southeast. plains seeing some snow. in the southeast, airplanes delays with the heavy rain. and for tomorrow's christmas tree lighng, christmas in rockefeller center, 9:00 p.m., looking at occasional showers and a temperature of 60 degrees.
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the citi double cash card. double means double. >> announcer: the citi concert series on "today" is proudly presented to you by citi. 21-year-old dua lipa has made a name for herself in albums. the second-highest selling british female artist this year behind adele. >> her debut self-titled album is already bringing up the charts. >> good morning. this is so exciting! >> it is. i'm really excited. i've been looking forward to this for a while. i'm really happy. >> is it true your primary music schoolteacher said that you probably might not make it because you can't hit the high notes? >> i guess i've had a really
the teacher went straight away to the high notes. like, great, sing this note and nothing came out. it was just air. and he was like, okay, maybe next time and i never really got a chance to get a part in the choir which actually might have been a good thing. >> that really is. are you excited finally getting this ep out? >> yeah. i'm really excited to get the album out finally. i've been working on it for two years now. it's been my baby >> let's hear your baby. ladies and gentlemen, dua lipa. ? ? i know it's hot i know we've got something that money can't buy ? fighting to the fifths biting
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23rd annual "today toy drive" is under way. 31 gifts is one of the very generous companies who help us reach millions disadvantaged families. with us, the founder, president and ceo, cindy monroe, and her husband, scott monroe, chief branding officer. i love your philosophy that giving a gift is like giving a smile. >> it is. this year we are giving over 100,000 gifts to kids all across the country and just to make them smile. in addition we get to distribute products all over the current. they kind of act as elves for the drive. >> this year we are donating thermal pouchs to take their lunch in, cinch sacks, something for them to take their books or toys back and forth. it is great because it is good products for pre-teens or teens. because often they get the younger toys but we get to offer those for the teens. >> you are really about empowering women and girls.
potential. we think that starts with young girls and building their confidence. not too bad, scott. thank you. beginning this thursday you can donate a toy on our plaza and online. our website has all the details for us. we had an awesome co-host today. >> it was so much fun! thank you for having me. >> you were terrific. after we taste tested the about it. "meanwhile, i'm drinking this kale/beet combo." >> what did you think of "gilmore girls"? that's my question. >> he's number one fan. coming up, you're on with kathie lee and hoda.
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this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. 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. >> got a great, great show today. talking about it for months. 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 and kelly bishop and happy alexis is here because she was -- >> all: stuck in traffic! >> coming to new york, put in an extra hour. >> i think she did. >> 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, 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
the most demanding guests. >> second chef we're having on. >> in my series calls." >> "cook for me: i'm hungry." >> adam, all right. >> something 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 sent -- wait. also let me say ? we can remember that deep down inside we all need the same thing ? >> 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
>> uh-huh. >> david friedman. shue 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. nerve her 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 god ever gave anyone. 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 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 --
[ laughter ] ? maybe we'll find ? >> here's the key -- ? true peace of mind ? if we always remember ? we can be kind ?? >> ah. beautiful! >> download that. >> nancy >> definite download. >> thank you. 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 nasty, took her taxi anda, 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.
purse doing org. everybody. sorry wing to the time. seemed like it's important. >> we should. on that note, tennesse tenors at 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 is $12, on sale with amaz >> 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. >> 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,
refrigerator. >> we're so excited. the "gilmore girls" is -- >> everybody's talking about it. >> yes. thanks for coming. >> thank you. 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. such a sweetheart. and in the dolly parton movie tomorrow night, too. country star, the kids stole the show. check out this 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.
nettles singing "the little drummer boy." 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 you think? >> awesome. >> and a -- >> i'm in 1,000%. watch her do anything. >> and nina is playing >> other way around. >> 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. in the trailer you hear idina singing "wind beneath my wings." take a look. ? -- ever know that you're my hero ? everything i wished i could be ?
eagle ? ? >> cece, i'm really scared. >> 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 -- >> good stuff. talk to you about a lifetime movie, i'll talked to you about it later. >> good stuff. ift' >> all: it's your mother. >> wonderful complicated relationships, from the beginning. three generations of the "gilmore girls" is with us. >> lauren, alexis and kelly. what's new coming up, right
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seven years, lauren graham, alexis and kelly starred in the hit series "gilmore girls" as a mother, daughter and with a very complicated relationship. >> after nine years often the air the show's highly loyal fans have gotten their loose ends all tied up with the long-awaited revival. >> all: "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.
and hold it. if you brings you joy, you keep it. if it doesn't, out it goes. no joy. >> mom. he's taking the dining room chairs. >> then the don't bring me joy, we always say our -- >> all: 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 times, brand new, talked about it a long time. emotional. >> tinged with sadness. beautiful co-star's passing. >> lost ed herman. 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 splint you off, now time to come back together, hey, what's been going on? >> no.
potentially doing this but couldn't 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 left well enough alow? >> no. i'd been wanting to do badgering amy for years. we should do a movie. so jealous of "sex and the city." they got a movie! we want a movie? >> they got two. >> well, we've got four chapters. no. i was just so excited. >> 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.
some already binged it. sit down and -- >> watchmegillah. 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 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. >> the computer age is what it 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, 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 moving on. so -- >> what do you think, alexis, it is about this particular see
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 a 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 toem country! >> yeah. >> and usually you need tension. a horrible guy. somebody everybody hates. that wasn't part of the drill of your show at all? >> it never was. our show, 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 for the format to come back at a 90-minute episode.
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. >> this is ellipses. >> ellipses. in the business 40 years what is that? oh, the dot, dot, dot, dot. 0 oh, okay. >> we learned something new 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? >> switch characters. >> emily. >> i mean -- >> emily. >> really? both of you? >> i couldn't do it. i'm too, like, ooh -- ooh! you wouldn't believe me saying,
>> i think we each kind of have a part that we're very right for, hard to switch. >> one more question, ray from arkansas, 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 funky outfits. >> thanks for coming in. >> so glad you made it. >> we love you, a"lexus! "gilmore girls: a year in the life" is streaming rights now. get ready to stock up your makeup back, drug store finds under $20. >> and speaking of beauty, fishing with viking star travis. oh, gosh, he's cute. >> right after this. >> fine. ? go paperless, don't stress, girl ? ? i got the discounts that you need ? ? safe driver ? ? accident-free ? ? everybody put your flaps in the air for me ?
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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 military and gold star families are able to register on our children would like for christmas and then every day ericans can go?z online and decide to sponsor a child and purchase a gift em. >> reporter: mom leette got the idea to start the program when ?j 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
donating money, purchase themselves or gift cards, makingal fallen soldiers families feel special at this special time of year. we spent time with the family hitting 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. >> well, we wrap and then we put the ribbon around it, and we might put it few stamps on it, and then my sister glory will, like, draw cool designs for it. >> is the house like a little factory? >> looks like santa the workshop exploded. there's tape, ribbon, flags, scissors, sharpies and gifts -- all over the place. >> reporter: karen vaughan, who lost her son, a navy s.e.a.l. to war says the program is invaluable. >> when it's all said and done,
his life for or what these kids know what they're fathers gave their lives for. they understand, but the truth is, you wonder if the rest of america understands, and so when somebody like leette 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 sentiment holds true, working hard at the holidays they say, is no sacrifice at all. have made the ultimate sacrifice. >> this is gratitude. >> uh-huh. >> we owe them a debt we can never repay. being able to provide something at christmas to let them know that we're thankful is really important. >> wow. >> unbelievable. >> beautiful. >> so far the reback helps hundreds of military families through their program and like
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>> one by one they're stopping by our kitchen to make those dishes and today's chef is -- >> all: adam richman. >> "arctic circle" premieres on the discovery channel. >> and these are a thanksgiving treat. egg roll wrapper, water, eggs, coleslaw, plain old cole >> that's it? >> that's it. generally take a spoon full of pulled pork. >> have to use a spoon? >> can you use hands, if you want to. >> come on. >> 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? >> uh-huh. >> i put a little too much.
get some coleslaw. plain old coleslaw and the water is the glue. you can use egg, like i say. we're going to use egg today. use a brush or your finger. yishl ly 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, good tuck. this is fun. >> right. pinch these in. >> pinch these in. >> fold over again. >> fold over again. >> and give it a good roll. i usually do 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. >> younger cousins, worried about knives and heat. work on the assembly part of it. walk down here you'll see the finished product. >> come on, kath.
>> drop it in oil? >> peanut oil is great. 350, 375. drop it in nice and easy golden. fish them out. >> for how long, hon ji how long? >> i usually go by color. more than anything else. approximately five to seven. >> so excited. >> peanut sauce, buy some or make an easy one. creamy peanut honey, sriracha, garlic. done. easy peasy. >> this is delicious! out of the boiling water, kathie lee! >> that -- 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 start panicking. >> you said thanksgiving dinner a. ha.
takeoff from what my mom did. all healthy stuff. chop it up. i take a little, one bulb of garlic, expose it. throw them on the -- some on the countertop for good measure. this is miso paste. actually from soybeans. you can get white, yellow or red. >> moosh it around. >> moosh it all in. coat it with olive oil. >> taste while you up. >> no problem. 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 grease this pan. a little bit of oil pup 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. cover them up evenly.
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