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right now, it's crunch time. the candidates barnstorming iowa. the frantic hours campaigning before the voting begins. >> u-s-a. [ chanting ] >> all: u-s-a! >> there's a theory we're leading in the polls. but there's a theory we could do even better than the polls.singing hillary's praises. that race, the tightest it's ever been. this land was made for you and me >> we have the latest polls breaking overnight as we count down to caucus. captured. the two remaining violent fugitives from that jail in california now back behind bars. the moment it all went down. >> code 4, code 4, we got 'em down. >> authorities breathing a sigh of relief. >> i think i did a big whoop in the air. >> plus, this morning, the new details on how they escaped. did they get help on the outside? bikers and bullets. gunfire erupting at a popular
>> at the national western complex. shots fired. >> one person killed. more wounded. people sent running for cover. >> people ducking down. people running towards it. people running away from it. >> rival gangs being blamed. the investigation into how it all started this morning. and, spotlight on the s.a.g. awards. >> the cast of "spotlight." >> the big winners overnight. >> no way. >> actors honoring their own and taking a few jabs at oscar. >> welcome to diverse tv. >> the biggest moments of the night. and the behind-the-scenes sitdowns with the winners. what you didn't see on stage. hey, good morning. t-minus one day until the iowa caucuses. there's the countdown clock. this could be a huge moment. in what has been a wild and unpredictable campaign. >> this morning, a new poll, from "the des moines register" and bloomberg politics. look at this.
lead in iowa. followed by ted cruz and marco rubio. >> and on the democratic side, hillary clinton leading bernie sanders by three points, which is within the margin of error. this is a close one. >> oh, so close. overnight, the clinton family, out in full force. look at this. tweeting a selfie from backstage. there was donald trump with his plane in the background, touting his new poll numbers amongst the huge crowd. >> a huge crowd as always. we have team coverage this morning with chief anchor george stephanopoulos standing by. we we're going to start with abc's tom llamas who is on the ground in des moines. tom, good morning to you. >> reporter: dan, good morning to you. historically, the last "des moines register" poll the best indicator of what will happen in this state. we could be as early as 36 hours away from figuring out who really is the gop front-runner. this morning, donald trump back on top in iowa. the last poll before the caucuses showing it's trump's race to lose.
expectations. not trump. >> we're leading in the polls, but there's a theory we could do even better. >> reporter: trump, landing in iowa on saturday hoping to leave with victory on monday. to do that, he's still pushing his birther attack on the canadian-born senator ted cruz. >> now they're saying, you just can't run. you just can't run. and he really can't run. >> reporter: and ivanka trump. a native new yorker. helping the cause with an infomercial for iowans. >> it's a secret ballot. you just write down the name trump, and you're done. that's it. >> reporter: but cruz, who slipped into second in the last video. a new attack on trump. >> hillary clinton, i think, is a terrific woman. >> reporter: and overnight, calling trump out for ducking the debate by using a duck expert. >> let's call old donald duck and try to get him to do the debate. >> reporter: and with just one day left, cruz also hitting senator marco rubio in third place.
whose position on amnesty is exactly the same as hillary clinton's, we'll lose the general election. >> reporter: rubio describing cruz as desperate as time runs out in iowa. >> it sounds like he's under a lot of pressure and maybe not reacting well to it. which is problematic because presidents are under pressure every day. >> reporter: rubio hitting the airwaves in iowa. with a 30-minute tv special. running in the state's biggest tv markets. a media strategy president obama used in his first general election. >> i will never embarrass you. you'll never cringe and say, i can't believe i voted for him. >> reporter: mike huckabee and rick santorum both still in this race. and respectively, each won the iowa caucus but were never the gop nominee. donald trump so confident, saying he's going to break that condition. the abc weather department says weather should not be factor on monday. paula? >> thank you, tom. on the democratic side, a nail biter.
convinced of a win as hillary clinton called in her big names, bill and chelsea, to help gather those votes. and abc's jon karl has the story from des moines, iowa, this morning. hi, jon. >> reporter: good morning, paula. bernie sanders had his largest iowa crowd yet last night. he'll need them to turn out in force to have a chance to get an upset win over hillary clinton. this land is your land >> reporter: countdown to the caucus. my land >> reporter: and a concert overnight for bernie sanders. thousands turning out to hear the band vampire weekend and feel the bern. >> how would you like to make the pundits look dumb on election night? >> reporter: sanders supporters hope bernie can score an upset win over hillary clinton in iowa. >> we are going to make american history on monday night. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: but it's history hillary clinton wants to make as the democrats' first woman
>> i hope to persuade some more of you because we've got to keep the progress going. >> reporter: at her rally in ames, gabby giffords and her husband, astronaut mark kelly, joined the push. and daughter chelsea was there, too, posting these instagram pictures on her mom's account. former president bill clinton worked the crowds in overdrive. >> she is, in my opinion, the best person i have ever had a chance to vote for for president. >> reporter: the last major iowa poll before the caucus shows the race going down to the wire. >> there's going to be more people caucusing this year probably than any other year. >> reporter: you're convinced of that? >> i know it for a fact. >> reporter: new revelations about clinton's private e-mails. the state department says 22 of them contained top-secret information. madam secretary, why was there top-secret information on your e-mail? clinton insists she did nothing wrong.
try to divide and conquer today. they've got events separately all around the state before coming back for a big joint rally here in des moines. bernie sanders is urging supporters to do whatever they need to do, even joking, they should beg, borrow, even kidnap in necessary to get people to the caucuses tomorrow night, dan? >> i notice hillary doesn't seem to want to talk to you. is there something going on there? >> i'm going to keep trying. >> jon karl, from iowa this morning. >> let's bring in george stephanopoulos. who will be anchoring "this week" later on this morning. good morning, how are you? let's go back to the poll numbers. hillary clinton with a slight lead over bernie sanders. within the margin of error, that is. if sanders pulls out a victory, what does that do to this race? >> it means the race goes on for a long time. he has a big lead in new hampshire, as well. if he's able to win tomorrow night, hillary clinton still in the lead, according to this "des moines register" poll. he'll likely have the first two
the clinton campaign is prepared for the long haul. they're trying to build a fire wall in the state of south carolina where she has the lead. and more organized in states down the line than bernie sanders. they believe and most democrats believe she would be the favorite to get the nomination. but we're in uncharted territory. >> we are. in many ways. let's talk about uncharted territory on the republican side. donald trump, as we showed earlier, has a pretty significant lead. how much reason for confidence does he have going into tomorrow night? >> he's got the momentum. he's been driving hard in the last few days. and it seems, according to that last poll as well, that skipping the debate on thursday didn't hurt him too much at all. but here's what he has to watch. he's counting heavily on people who have not been at caucuses before. and most observers believe that ted cruz has a stronger organization right now in iowa. really targeting the voters who need to get to the caucuses. a lot will depend on the ground game. >> so momentum versus the ground game. thank you very much, george.
george has a must-see show this morning. he'll go one on one with donald trump, hillary clinton, and bernie sanders. that's later this morning on "this week." right here on abc. george, thanks again. >> thank you. >> and a reminder that abc news is the place to be for complete coverage of the iowa caucuses. george and robin report live from iowa on "gma" first thing tomorrow morning. david muir anchors "world news tonight" from iowa tonight. dan will stand by with coverage plus all the results live tomorrow night. george, the whole team will be standing by to bring you the latest news the instant that it happens. >> i appreciate the "nightline" plug. and don't forget. we have the next big republican debate live from new hampshire next saturday night at 8:00 eastern. right here on abc. and turning from politics to a very wild scene. shooting and stabbing at a colorado motorcycle show. this morning, at least one person is dead. another half dozen are wounded. police believe that a fight between rival biker gangs triggered this violence. and abc's clayton sandell is on
>> reporter: the denver expo that brought out more than 10,000 hardcore motorcycle fans turned violent just before 1:00 p.m. >> at the national western complex, shots fired. >> reporter: sources tell abc news it began when rival motorcycle gangs started fighting, then shooting. >> we're responding to a gunshot wound in the stairs. >> reporter: when it was over, one person was stabbed. but four hit by gunfire. one man died. >> people ducking down. people running towards it. people running away from it. i don't think he was okay. a lot of blood on the floor. >> reporter: as casualties rolled in, the local emergency room was locked down. heavily armed police standing guard. officers escorted some people to ambulances in handcuffs. >> most of them are members of a motorcycle club. whether they are local or out of town, that we do not know at this time. >> reporter: this is the second recent gathering of bikers to turn violent. last may, a deadly shootout between the cossacks and the
motorcycle summit at a texas restaurant. the colorado motorcycle expo is in its 38th year. drawing in fans with a swap meet, concerts, and a signature wet t-shirt contest. the crowd is not screened with metal detectors. city officials say the show may no longer be welcome in denver. >> we're going to have to really assess how this event, if at all, will be held again in our city. >> reporter: the promoters of the event have not returned our calls or e-mails. the denver police say they have a person of interest. but have not made any arrests. today's event, dan, has been canceled. >> wild story, clayton, thank you. meanwhile this morning, a riveting play by play from the capture of three extremely violent criminals. these men broke out of a jail in california. they were on the loose for a week. the final two fugitives were rolled up yesterday. matt gutman is on the story. matt, good morning to you. >> reporter: hey, good morning, dan.
same jail they busted out of. investigators tell us they're focusing on the multiple accomplices they say helped them escape. they're fugitives no more. 400 miles from the jail they busted out of last week, the last two fugitives nabbed in a final sprint in the heart of san francisco on saturday. >> he's running eastbound up towards stanyan now. still running. >> reporter: police in pursuit. it's hossein nayeri. wanted for torture and kidnapping. the race to catch him picked up on police scanners. a bystander spotting the white gmc van. and our -- alerting police. >> back toward waller. >> reporter: finally, they cornered him. >> code 4, code 4, we got him down. >> reporter: code 4. the all-clear. they got him. but where was murder suspect jonathan tieu? >> that van right to your 5:00. stand by with that van. there might be another person in there. >> reporter: he's also arrested without incident. the sheriff's reaction? >> i think i did a big whoop in the air. >> reporter: nayeri, tieu, and bak deong broke out of the jail
bars and pipes and rappelling down the jail's facade on ropes fashioned out of sheets. over the past weeks, s.w.a.t. teams scoured southern california. executing 60 search warrants. this morning, we're learned more about the suspected mastermind, nayeri. he's been described as a psychopath. is that something you say is a fitting description? >> i think it is. >> reporter: luring a 44-year-old english teacher into a relationship. could you say that the relationship was romantic? >> well, i think we're approaching that. >> reporter: and abc news has learned exclusively the men may have enlisted others beyond >> we're actively investigating other suspects. >> reporter: the love notes included a mashup of mushy pillow talk and concern about getting caught for the jailbreak. now, rawagi, the teacher, has never before been in trouble. she has her first court
>> you can really sense the palpable relief from officials there. matt gutman, thank you for your reporting this morning. >> i think we should hand the mike over to ron this morning. tracking some of the other headlines. including an air scare. >> that's right. good morning, paula and dan. sara, good morning to you. good morning, everyone. we begin with frightening moments on a british airways flight. it was headed from london to chicago. the landing captured in london on cell phone video. the pilot had to make a u-turn over the atlantic. two hours later flying back to london's heathrow airport after releasing excess fuel. a passenger aboard the flight said the pilot announced only 3 of the 5 landing gears had lowered correctly. the plane landed safely despite the issues. and no one was injured. and former cia chief and retired army general david petraeus will get to keep all of his military stars despite being convicted of sharing classified material with his mistress. he pleaded guilty last year to a misdemeanor charge of
information while cia director. the pentagon had been reportedly considering downgrading him from four-star to three-star. which would reduce his retirement salary. and a star track athlete at virginia tech university has been charged with first-degree murder for allegedly killing a young girl missing for days. police found the body of 13-year-old nichole lovell saturday morning in north carolina. her family discovered she was missing from her home without her daily medication she needed because of a recent liver transplant. 18-year-old david eisenhower is being held without bond. no word yet for a motive for that alleged slaying. and time-lapsed video coming out of mexico of the colima volcano. the eruption capping off a week of activity. huge plumes of smoke shooting into the sky. residents reporting explosions nearly every four hours. sounds frightening. the colima volcano is one of the most active in central america. and to sports. a spoiler alert for tennis fans. close your ears. close your eyes. don't look if you want to know what happened at the australian open.
because i have before for giving it away. okay. you ready? >> yes. >> really no surprise here. a big win for top-ranked novak djokovic, beating andy murray of scotland in straight sets. this is djokovic's 11th grand slam title. >> can we open our eyes now? >> you can. for this one. you're going to like this one. finally, a florida motorist getting a lot of attention this morning after turning the tables on a miami police officer. pulling him over for speeding. following the officer, check this out. following the officer for miles. saying that he was going too fast. clocking speeds of nearly 100 miles an hour. until she finally caught up with him. >> i pushed 80 to try to catch up with you. and you were still -- i was still, eating your dust. >> i don't know how fast i was going. but i can tell you this, i'm on the way to work right now. >> mm-hmm. >> i don't believe i was speeding. i apologize. i'll be sure to slow down then. >> leaders of the community set
>> she admitted going -- listen to this, 80 miles an hour to try to catch up with him. to pull him over. and this guy agreed with her. >> how did she -- >> and let her go. went on his way. this one earns a place in our florida file of the weird. >> all that guy had to say was he was answering a radio call or an emergency. >> i'm on my way to work. >> i was on my way to work. >> can you imagine? >> come on. come up with something better. there are better excuses by far. >> that is weird. >> it's weird. i have never lied before. >> gutsy on her part. >> she made a great point. that leaders do set by example. >> this is true. >> speaking of leadership. >> reason number 7,000 to love the state of florida. ron, thank you. we want to say, we're heading toward a milestone here. 5 million likes on facebook. help us reach our goal by liking yourself. >> i think you should love us. but there's not a button to love us. so send us over the top this weekend. we do want to say thank you to our viewers for watching and
really appreciate it. >> dan, ask like you mean it. >> i'm begging here. i'm begging here. >> thank you. people just clicked on the like. i just clicked on the like. >> 6 million. >> i don't know what took more guts. that or the woman who pulled over the cop. >> both. let's get to the weather. meteorologist indra petersons is in for rob. what's happening? >> this is what we did in college. we would have contests for forecasting. the city that we would use for a tiebreaker was always denver, colorado. for this reason. yesterday, they saw highs in the 60s. by nighttime, snow. a quick switch in the wind direction right over the rockies. everything completely changes. yeah, we were so cool in school. we had a lot going on. a lot of snow expected to move in through the area. as early as tonight. really, in through tomorrow. look at the advisories. let's track it. we're watching this low. it will bring showers through
notice, around vegas, dust storms. very strong winds. then it moves in through denver. here we go. you're going to be talking about possibly over eight inches of snow. if they get that. we'll talk about the most they've seen all year. right toward the caucuses by tuesday. we'll be talking about blizzard conditions. that's the big story. yes, to clarify. i was in the women in science and engineering dorms. really cool, guys. >> you drink beer and forecast weather? >> yeah, maybe. >> i have so more respect for you. >> take some jell-o shots.
you could do in school? >> i think it's awesome. >> thank you, paula. >> to each his own or her own. don't make fun of her. >> keg stands are a great way to imitate a barometer. now to the excitement at the screen actors guild awards overnight. the big winner was diversity. sara is here with more. >> yes, i was watching. as were all my colleagues. hollywood's top talents took center stage. a celebration of the year's best acting in the movies and on tv. actors honoring their own and diversity was evident among the winners. "orange is the new black" winning outstanding comedy series. and uzo aduba winning for outstanding female actor. here are some of the powerful acceptance speeches. >> it's really, really truly touching. i would like to say thank you to jenji kohan for creating a show like this and putting it on that reflects and represents so many people. no matter if anybody tells you to get out of that line that you're waiting in, stay in line.
thank you so much. >> to have a union that has our backs and takes care of us is amazing. and that our fellow actors like our work is really -- >> now, another one, we have a tweet here from idris elba. who i am a huge fan of. he tweeted, you wait for one bus and two come along at the same time. life innit. sag awards. thank you, saggy. clearly, he's feeling the love. this was great on the heels of so much talk of the oscars not having diversity. the s.a.g. awards nominations came out in december, so it wasn't a reaction. >> much more on the s.a.g. awards coming up in the second half hour. >> yes, we will. >> thank you, sara. >> thank you. coming up, could there be new evidence in the "making a murderer" case? the technology his new lawyer hopes will set the convicted killer free.
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all right. welcome back to "gma" on a sunday morning. happening right now, the final sprint in iowa. a new poll overnight showing a tight race. donald trump reclaiming the lead on the republican side. among the democrats, hillary clinton leading bernie sanders by three points. that is, however, within the margin of error. >> you're so good at math. also right now, a huge push to contain the zika virus here in
the u.s. new york senator chuck schumer is urging the cdc to start a crash program to develop a vaccine. our dr. rich besser went out with the military trying to kill virus which causes serious birth defects. more questions for american airlines after a second international flight makes an emergency landing in brazil after passengers and crew members complain of dizziness. earlier last week, an american airlines flight headed to l.a. u-turned back to london for the same reason. some concerns about that. especially the dizziness. >> yes, absolutely.
also coming up, the best moments, as we mentioned earlier, from the screen actors guild awards. plus, we go behind the scenes for sitdown interviews with the winners. chris connelly has that coming up. first, the new developments in the case that has transfixed so many americans, including the desk. >> we're talking about steven avery, the character at the center of the netflix doc series "making a murderer." his new attorney says she's optimistic, touting new evidence and technology to clear his eva pilgrim joins us in the studio. hi, eva. >> reporter: it's a murder mystery that has much of the entire country wondering who really did it. now a new attorney has taken steven avery's case and thinks avery should be a free man. >> reporter: steven avery, at the center of the
>> i want people to know that i didn't do it. i'm innocent. >> reporter: reaching out from jail, his new attorney tweeting this hand-written note. i want every forensics test possible done because i am innocent. zellner, a high-powered chicago attorney known for overturning wrongful convictions wasted no time in criticizing the former prosecutor, ken kratz, even taking to twitter, defending her client. >> we'll do everything necessary that's forensically available. >> reporter: the netflix docudrama putting the spotlight on the case. cleared in 2003 for a rape he didn't commit, only to be charged again two years later for the murder of 25-year-old teresa halbach. and convicted. >> it's hard enough to go to prison for something you didn't do. but then you have to do it all over again? >> reporter: but now, zellner telling abc news she noticed something strange saturday. seven of her tweets mysteriously deleted. zellner says she didn't delete them. and she doesn't believe twitter did either. tweeting, so if the truth hurts, just delete it. launching an independent investigation, focusing on the
rav 4. the attorney even purchasing the same car model halbach owned. >> i want to examine what was not tested that should have been. since 2007, there have been significant advances in forensic testing. >> reporter: and even hinting that possibly someone else killed teresa halbach. >> clearly, there are other people we're looking at. that's always done in a case like this. >> reporter: and zellner is hopeful they'll get movement in the appeals process in the next 30 days. this case keeping everyone on the edge of their seats. >> absolutely. steven avery has a powerful new ally. thank you. appreciate it. thank you, eva. >> great to have you in studio. and it's great to have indra petersons in for rob. you've been talking about this big storm headed our way. at least for those in the middle of the country. >> absolutely. a lot of times, we watch what is going on in the west. the storm moving out of california will produce severe
in fact, we already have an enhanced risk out there. especially watching places like memphis. tornadoes. damaging wind and hail. as the system exits out of the plains in the middle of the country. now, again, there you go. this low out of california producing heavy rain for them today. denver will see snow. watch it cruise across the country. if you're in the eastern half of the country, you're saying, we like this. 50s over the next several days after the snow we saw last week. it is expected to melt. we could see maybe an inch left after all this is done. that will be ugly slush. otherwise, there's the cooldown. >> that weather was brought to
i'm still sporting my sign. >> it says nerd alert. you should wear that with pride. my daughter has a t-shirt like that. >> you wear it well. thank you, indra. coming up here on "gma," what happens when actors get to vote on who put in the best performances of the year? the results of the s.a.g. awards. and the on-stage jabs at oscar. we're behind the scenes.
movie fans getting another big round of clues overnight on who is likely to take home the oscars. >> i thought that was a "titanic" reunion. "gma" was behind the scenes to show you what you didn't see on the stage. chris connelly has more from los angeles. where it was all about diversity. >> reporter: oscars so white? perhaps? >> uzo aduba. >> queen latifah. >> viola davis. >> reporter: the s.a.g. awards, not so much. >> welcome to diverse tv. >> reporter: not even nominated for an oscar, idris elba winning best supporting male actor for "beasts of no nation." emblematic of the way s.a.g.'s actors only voters flip the
>> you build your own boxes. not people. so, knock that thing away and do you! >> reporter: from queen latifah, honored for hbo's "bessie." >> this is what we talk about when we talk about diversity. >> reporter: to "orange is the new black," winner of two awards. >> get up here, dad. >> reporter: jason bateman offering the award to the man who played his father on "arrested development." jeffrey tambor. a claimed for his role on on "transparent." >> i'm going to stop shaking. >> reporter: for supporting female actor, alicia vikander. awarded for "the danish girl" winning meant hitting the road. >> i want to go out and celebrate. i'm going to sit on a plane and get really drunk by myself and ask everyone in the cabin to dance with me. >> the cast of "spotlight." >> reporter: game on. with a win for outstanding motion picture cast, "spotlight" climbed back into the oscars best picture race. did you know this was something special you were doing? >> from the minute i read it, i felt in my heart that it was
that had to be shown and told. >> reporter: best male actor winner leonardo dicaprio recalled his childhood. >> to my parents, thank you for listening to an overly ambitious and slightly annoying 13-year-old kid. >> reporter: and for brie larson. her best female actor win for "room," a culmination. why is it right to come now in your life? >> i'm really grateful to have had so much life, so many trials and tribulations. >> reporter: breadth of experience, the key to success for any actor. just ask "how to get away with murder"'s viola davis. now, a four-time s.a.g. award winner. you just deliver these powerful emotional moments. from where do you derive that kind of power? >> i think when you observe life, you see so many things that you would not even expect. i'm always watching people. >> thank you. >> reporter: for "good morning america," chris connelly, abc news, los angeles. >> great night. >> so great to see. >> so many great performances and a really, really cool
idris elba, a huge fan. >> i have to see the movie, too. i haven't seen it yet. >> i have to see it as well. >> you can see, "luther." it's creepy. >> great show. >> she says creepy with a big smile on her face. >> in a good way. >> thank you, sara. coming up, steps you can take to cure the monday blues coming up in our "weekend download." and your sneak peek at a super bowl ad guaranteed to get people talking. it's straight ahead in "pop news." that's what sara does. she gets people talking. >> i sure do.
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you. one week to go before the super bowl, and we're learning more about the night's most important moments. the commercials. in my book, anyway. the male grooming company, axe, will be airing this ad sharing its new point of view on masculinity. >> come on. a six pack? who needs a six pack? when you got the nose. or a nose, when you got the suit. now you don't need a suit when you got the fire. or fire when you rock the shoes. >> the company says there's no one-size-fits-all idea of what a guy should be. right, dan? >> there's a guy there with -- absolutely. >> unless you're dan harris. right, dan? the full package. >> what is everybody trying to say here? >> beauty is on the inside. >> wow. ever wonder if you're the only person at your office hard at work? i wonder all the time. a new study says americans spend 34 to 50 minutes goofing off, like watching that irresistible cat video on youtube. which dan is definitely doing. snacking.
or gossiping. now interestingly, if you're on the job past 43 hours, you're probably a big deal and slacking less in a more demanding job. there's just no time to sit around. people that are actually doing things and working longer hours slack off less. it's those of us that don't work much. >> can you believe that we're all getting paid right now, for example? >> hard news. >> you're getting paid? >> you're not? >> i need a new contract. >> you need a new agent. >> i was told i could just sit at the cool table. there's no payment involved. >> you're working. >> is this work? i'm pretty lucky, yeah. facebook is another distraction at work. are those friends you're checking on really your friends? average participants in a new study had about 150 facebook friends but when asked who they could depend on in a crisis, they only named four. a real friendship rate of 2.5%. while we're on the subject of friends and facebook, we want to
you can definitely depend on us for the latest in breaking news and politics and weather and more. when your life is in crisis. so help us reach our goal and like us on facebook. we're going for 5 million likes. come on, people, it's the main "good morning america" page. we're going to take full credit on this weekend show if you hit it this weekend, which is why we're begging. >> we'll start getting paid if you do it. >> and we'll be your real friends. >> someone more than dan will get paid on this show. and guys, i promised food. as always, you guys pay more attention when i bring treats. chow down on big macs. >> i love big macs. >> while i ask have you wondered if special sauce would taste as special if it wasn't served on a burger? the fast food giant released 4,000 bottles of special sauce exclusively for down under customers. their lovin' it, not just for the taste. some enterprising aussies are making a profit selling online for up to $100 a bottle. that better be special special
>> don't ever ask that. >> it's extra special sauce. >> no, i'm good. i don't eat fast food burgers. >> after you just gave this to us? >> the special sauce, i'm going to put somewhere else. i'm like -- no, i mean -- >> okay. >> i meant like a -- >> we're all turning around. >> it was a good broadcast until now. thank you, sara haines. we appreciate it. where are you going? the chair's down. that means she's embarrassed. we'll see if she's here next weekend. sara, we appreciate this. thank you. >> nice to know you, sara. >> there's no chance for payment this week, right? no chance. >> you're so close, though. >> sara, you're our special sauce. we love you. >> thank you, sara. >> thank you. >> thank you, indra, for being here for rob. appreciate it. keep it here for george stephanopoulos.