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the stores for an early kick start to black friday. >> bargain shoppers beware. not every deal is worth leaving the house for. here's abc's lauren lyster. >> reporter: it's not just turkey eating that peeks on thanksgiving. according to sales trackers, so do the holiday discounts. retailers are offering store busters like this 49 inch tv from best buy that's $250 off at $199. even online door busters, walmart.com has have vizio for $398, some say the lowest price ever. the gadget review site, wire cutter, found sales are not as plentiful as they seem. >> we found that somewhere under 1% of the dials were actually worthwhile. >> reporter: tvs they say are an exception. >> you can get good discounts on great tvs and great discounts on good tvs. >> reporter: apple products rarely on sale can be discounted
hottest toys -- >> it is called -- hatchimals. they are flying off shelves. >> you don't want to be the bad parent. that doesn't buy what your kids asked for. >> reporter: it retails $60 and found upwards of $200 online. do your homework before you shop, use websites to find lowest advertised prices and camel, camel, camel to track prices overtime. if you don't to want give up your turkey day to shop, abc reports that next best day is just around the corner, cyber monday. kendis and diane? >> i don't know about you, but my parents were fine being the parents not giving the kids what they asked for. you want to hear about my day? you know what we do to keep the lights on and food on the table? >> if you're going to shop, go online, amazon after you had a lot of drinks, and then it's a surprise in the mail the next day.
>> drunk history, drunk shopping. >> yes. that's how i ended up with a second bike. >> what a bounty of gifts. >> you don't remembered you ordered them. it's a gift for yourself. >> surprise. a special edition of insomniac theater. >> hitting the screens, a world war ii thriller, and the return of "bad santa." >> announcer: "world news now"
time now for our spe time now for our special edition of "insomniac theater" for thanksgiving day weekend. >> we start with the much anticipated world war ii romantic thriller "allied." it is set dom in 1942 north africa. there are two assassins who fall in love in a mission to kill german official, but after they are reunited in london, married with a child, max is faced with an impossible choice. >> there's no easy way to say what we're about to say. we suspect your wife is a german spy. >> that's insane. >> if she is, you will execute her with her own hand, and if you do not comply, you'll be hanged. 72 hours we shall know for sure. >> here's what we know for sure,
thrilled giving it a tepid 65% on rotten tomatoes. phil writes, the director's old-school romance has moments, but lacks zip and chemistry to truly spark. our friend, peter, calls it dapper, but dead on arrival said the old fashioned tale of spies, sex, and intrigue tries to be this generation's casablanca. and misses by a mile. >> here's l sweetie. next to an r-rated christmas black comedy, a different twist here, 13 years after bad santa, "bad santa 2" is coming, and teaming up as willy and marcus to knock off a chicago charity on christmas eve, the true christmas spirit. but could willy's heart be melted by the charity's director played by christina hendricks? >> we all participate. volunteers, staff, if you're interested, you could join us.
mind. i'm not dancing around a bunch of candy canes [ bleep ] because i'm all about the birth of christmas, you know, the wise guys kicked them out of the hotel [ bleep ], concession, the drummer that didn't have [ bleep ], perfume, and, you know, modest, one threatened to cut the kid in half, turn him into gold. it's a heavy deal for me. pretty damn heavy. >> ha! >> i don't think that's how they taught it in sunday school. >> not at all. >> the critics coming down heavy giving bad santa 2 a 25% splat on rotten tomatoes. >> come on. even the profanity lost its zing in this cut-rate prequell. and another says, this lazy sequel is a lump of coal in a
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? i got greens, beans, potatoes, tomatoes, turkeys, dressing ? ? you name it ? ? i got greens, beans ? if you've not heard the song, get used to it. you're probably hearing a lot of it. it's originally based on a portion of pastor shirley ceaser's sermon and remixed with a hip hop beat. >> now taking off as the latest social media sensation challenging others to dance to the song, but let's break it down to you from the very start. let's take you back to six years ago in this moment -- >> look! look! i got beans, greens, potatoes, tomatoes lamb, ram, hot dogs, turkeys, chickens, you name it ?
nine minute sermon naming off a number of things, some six years ago. >> amen! >> amen! preach. hallelujah, justify. >> just in time for thanksgiving, someone got ahold of that sermon and decided to make a song about it to the theme of what are you having on thanksgiving? >> yes, grandma, what are we having on thanksgiving? people are so excited they get excited about it. here is chris brown's version of it. ? >> ? i got beans, greens, potatoes, tomatoes ? tomatoes ? >> it's a dancing challenge, everyone making up their own dance versions of the song. >> many, many versions online. chris brown's is good. look at this young lady's version of it. she had fun as well with it.
it's a good song. the hip hop version. >> it's fun. >> it's catchy. >> it's in the thanksgiving day theme. >> here's the thing, right, my take on it is i feel like everyone is making up their own dance. i think the challenge should be to actually sing the song or make up your own version of it. >> what's your version of it? >> i have. i have a "world news now" version. i wrote it especially for you, kendis. >> oh, wow, here we go. >> give me aea ? i got greens beans, seconds please, turkey stuffing, you'll eat nothing but that's why we got wine ? >> you name it! nice job! >> that really does bring it down. >> are you -- you're going to do the dance? >> let's do it. ? i got greens, beans, potatoes tomatoes ? >> i thought we had the song. >> there it is.
off in the man's car! but wait until you hear how this wild crime spree ends. and an all out brawl breaks out inside a hotel on the strip. but look on the right-- there's a security guard just standing there, and that's raising some concern this morning. good morning las vegas! i'm dayna roselli happy thanksgiving. greg-- whether people are lining up for black friday or tossing around the football... what's our turkey day foreca sunny skies will make up our turkey day across the southern nevada area. here in the city, high temperatures will range between 60 and 65 degrees with winds out of the northeast at 5 to 15 of the weekend, it gets interesting. a front is prepping to interact with the valley but the numerical data is split in an