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this morning on "today's take," ed harris, one of hollywood's biggest stars, with a new role that is a true family affair. then we're headed to south beach, where al is cooking with gee yan giada. we'll get you ready for the academy awards with an oscars showdown. all that and more coming up now. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's take" with al roker, natalie morales, willie geist and tamron hall, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> welcome to "today." friday morning, february 26th, 2016. feeling a little more like
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i'm willie along with natalie. dylan dreyer with us. tamron is covering the presidential campaign. al is in miami for the south beach wine and food festival. we'll talk to al. he'll get cooking with giada in a few minutes. dylan, new chose the jam. >> "queen of the night," little whitney houston. >> gets you fired up on a friday. >> throwback. >> i love it. >> where does it come from? it's a great song but -- >> you get it in your head. >> you'll be queen of the night tonight. >> i'll be in bed by 8:00 but -- gets me fired up at 6:00 p.m. show. >> we were equally, like 13." >> he's so cool. he's in a play with his wife. little bit. we have to talk about the republican debate last night in houston. so many people have been calling on marco rubio and ted cruz to go after donald trump. they said, is it too late? what are you waiting for?
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any longer. last night, right out of the box, going very strongly at donald trump. here's a sample of some of the exchanges between the three. >> five things. everyone is dumb. he'll make america great again. win, win, win. winning in the polls. >> senator rubio -- >> inherited $200 million. if heherited $200 million, you know where trump would be? selling watches and hats. >> i find it amazing donald trump thinks he discovered the issue of illegal immigration. when i ran for the state of texas, i promised to lead the fight against amnesty. in 2013, when i was leading the fight against the gang of 8 amnesty bill, where was donald? he was firing dennis rodman on "celebrity apprentice." >> that's just a tiny sample of what went on for two and a half hours. you heard rubio's line, that
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selling watches in new york, basically saying he'd be a hustler on canal street. now marco rubio has a shattered watch on his page. audience. when rubio went after him for at his resort. stage that has been fined for hiring people to work on your projects illegally. >> i'm the only one on the stage that has hired people. you haven't hired anybody. >> so marco rubio came loaded. he had a lot of opposition research. talked about trump university, talked about why are your clothes made in mexico and china if you say the jobs are going there. >> he did. the question is, a lot of people are asking, why didn't he do it four months ago? >> it's sandwiched into this one debate. >> at this point, trump is so far ahead of everybody else. the big question is, can they even make up the ground that has
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>> super tuesday, only a few days away. the evening's viral quote came from carson on replacing antonin scalia. >> i would look at what a person's life has been. what have they done in the past? what judgments have they made? what associations do they have? they will tell you more than an interview will tell you. the fruit salad of their life is what i would look at. >> the fruit salad of their life. dr. carson after the debate telling a reporter he misquoted a bible verse, matthew 7:16. by their fruit, you will recognize them. a lot of people talking about that. >> heated and fired up debate. people will see how it plays out on super tuesday. >> a lot of people had to turn it off because it was too much back and forth. just fighting and screaming. >> there was a lot of screaming. at one point, it got to the point where you couldn't even understand who was talking or
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>> we'll see if it matters. oscars this weekend. the predictions, our predictions, and we'll see if they pan out. let's go through some of the big starting with best bikture turepicture nominee. the big short, bridge of spies, brooklyn, "mad max: fury road," the martian, the revenant, room and spotlight. that's it, right? >> yup. >> here are our predictions. willie and natalie choosing spotlight. al went with the revenant, and i did, too. tamron went with the big short. probably right. >> i think everybody is saying that's going to win. the revenant won the golden globe for best drama. the martian won best cam addy omedy. spotlight. that sort of determines how peers think of the film. >> i don't know. >> they're all good movies. all those nominates are great but they're vastly different.
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>> hard to compare spotlight to the revenant. apples and oranges. >> throw in the martian for good measure. >> the revenant was about leo, one man, speaking up. >> he is also up for the best actor nominee, along with bryan cranston cranston, matt damon, michael fassbender and eddie redmayne. >> most people are saying leo is going to get it. >> he's wanted it so badly and deserved it for other performances. this time, hopefully he'll finally get it. >> is it weird i voted for him for the revenant and the best actor and i haven't seen the movie yet? i've heard so much about it. >> you have to. >> the buzz is great. >> best actress nominees. cate blanchett, brie larson, jennifer lawrence, charlotte
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>> like inertia, saoirse. >> i wish you told me that before i tried. everyone said brie. >> i haven't seen "room" either but i've heard good things. >> what have you seen? >> it's great that you're leading this. >> did you see "paul blart: mall cop 2"? >> it's on demand. >> was it nominate snd. >> robbed again. >> i saw some of these. christian bale, tom hardy, mark ruffalo, mark rylance, sylvester stallone. everyone is obviously saying stallone. >> sentimental but incredible performance. >> surprise if he doesn't win. >> also won the golden globe. best supporting actress,
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mara, rachel mcadams, alicia -- >> vikander. >> why am i leading this? >> it's fun to listen. >> kate winslet. >> dave carter said this is a category that could be a surprise. willie, you said kate winslet. >> she was great in "steve jobs." al and i went with alicia vikander. "the danish girl," she was almost equally as important as the lead actor, as eddie redmayne. >> tamron went with rooney mara. i went the jennifer jason leigh eight." and i interviewed her and i liked her. >> great reasons. >> we all revealed we were honest, confessions, very bad parenting moments, things we're not proud of at all. although we could somehow laugh about it the next day. so you all responded. we loved -- we got inundated
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fails, as well. becky said her fail was when her daughter gets her ears repierced and erupts into tears. she reaches into her purse for tissue, nothing except a maxi pad and said, this is all i have. blow your nose. crystal went tubing with friends one weekend and used her son's backpack as a cooler. the following monday, what happens? she gets a call from a camp counselor during summer camp. told her that thomas, who is 8, had two unopened bud wiez weisers in his backpack. >> that's my lady right there. >> ashley, this is a good one. her 1-year-old apparently was giving her a run for her money. she put her son into time-out, or not time-out, into the play room with her puppy. she went to take care of the laundry. comes back and something smells
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she thought the dog pooped. no, the 1-year-old had poop in his mouth, eating poup ing ing puppy poop. >> it wasn't his own? >> the puppy's. >> i don't think it matters whose it was. >> i wanted the details. >> there was a lot of people who related to al's story. you weren't here, dylan, but al revealed a time when he and deborah were intimate and his daughter was watching. anyway, one of our viewers also said they shared that experience. we'll get to that story. my husband and i were intimate and i heard a smack and our 3-year-old daughter's voice said, what's up, dada. she had smacked my husband on his bare bottom to get his attention. that comes from brenda. >> oh, brenda. >> gets you out of the mood, huh? >> wow. >> turn to the dark there. >> we love them. thank you for being honest with us, as well. i hope it felt as good to
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>> good to get it off your chest, share the moments with people. >> and we were embarrassed but happy to spill them on national television. >> yeah. al, what's going on down there? >> wow. >> yeah. >> well, i'm about to pick a supreme court justice for breakfast breakfast. little fruit salad here. >> oh, okay. i get it. >> you see what i did there? anyway -- >> all comes full circle. >> little throwback, there you go. anyway, we are down here for the south beach 15th annual wine and food festival which, of course, is going to be tonight and through the weekend. miami beach, pool side, not too bad. it's a little cool but i'm not going to complain because i know it's 31 degrees there. let's show you what we have going on for today as far as your weather is concerned. we ever look we are looking at milder air
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out west, man, i mean, we're talking possible record-breaking temperatures. if not today, certainly by tomorrow, we'll see warmth. temperatures 20 s s 10 to 20 degrees above average. could be 20 to 30 degrees above s s above average in spots. sunday, we're going to be talking about more warm weather coming in here. i mean, toasty, tooes asty, toasty. when we come back, we're going to be meet some of the fabulous chefs here, including trouble. trouble with a capital "t." >> the troubling trio of chefs for you. >> what are you talking about? >> coming up in >> chris: good friday morning, everyone. a mix of sun and clouds this >> good friday morning, everyone. a mix of sun and clouds this morning. colder and windy throughout the day, temperatures topping off into the upper 30s this afternoon with windchills down
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colder tonight, and back into boston, lower teens in many of the suburbs, and after the cold start this morning, bouncing back to 40 in the afternoon, 56 on sunday and continuing into the 50s on monday. we're back with some fab fabulous chefs. we have our good friend alex. >> good morning. >> we've also got george mendez. >> good morning. >> and i think you should change your name to giada las vegas. >> i did. my new name. >> you love coming down to this south beach wine and food festival. what is it about this that makes you keep coming back? >> alex? >> for me to say? >> alex opened a restaurant here now. >> yes. >> it's really fun. honestly, you know, we're new yorkers and we have a
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it's something about miami. the energy, the ingredients, ocean, all together. >> it's the ocean air, i think, down here. i think that it's a chance for everybody to get together who enjoys the same thing, which is food and wine, and all of us who don't normally get to see each other. >> absolutely. >> running the path along the ocean, come on. >> i'm making a patty melt for the burger bash. >> oh! i think you've got tricks up your sleeve. >> i do. >> ready to go. >> you'll have a secret ingredient. >> i do. you know what it is? giada las vegas. guys, we'll have more coming up. >> what exactly are you drinking there, my friend? >> it's the essence of giada las vegas. >> oh, my goodness. >> oh, boy. >> save some for me, al. i'll be there soon. >> that kicked in quickly.
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>> more on that later. >> jamie alexander, or jane doe, is trying to uncode the mysterious tattoos that cover her entire body. >> the cases get more and more dangerous. they got david killed. how much longer until someone else gets hurt? >> we're not done until we figure out the tattoos, who did this to you. >> something happened to you. >> i know what i signed up for. we all know the risks. if you don't want to come out in just -- >> no, no, that's not -- don't you ever worry that we're playing right into their hands? >> jamie, good morning. so nice to have you here. >> thank you. good morning. >> willie brought it up during the commercial, that the second this show started, everybody was hooked immediately. what is it about this show that has everybody talking about it? >> me.
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crazy concept. what we do is we took an extraordinary concept and made it relatable. it's all things that we go through. things that we experience. it's just heightened. i think it's what works. >> as the season progresses, you learn each tattoo is a road map to something that's going to happen. >> mm-hmm. >> are we getting any closer to knowing who put all these tattoos on your body? >> oh, yeah. we have some major, major answers coming, even in the first episode back, which is monday night. 10:00 p.m. on nbc. and it's so satisfying. when i get hooked on a show, i get so angry when they take forever to explain something. >> right. >> this show literally, by episode two, you knew what was happening. even me reading the script, i'm like, wow, okay, we're going to do that. all right. >> good. >> a lot more action. we've actually factored a lot more humor into the show. as you can see, it's extremely intense. we need to have a little bit of
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>> i remember seeing the first promo on nbc. here's a woman climbing out of a body bag, tattooed and naked on times square. i was like, i am. what is happening on this show? we have to talk about the tattoos. you have real tattoos on your own. the one on your neck is not real. >> for the show. >> yet. >> not real yet, exactly. >> beautiful tattoo. >> thank you. i'm not sure what it is. i call it a mocking g ing crow. could be a raven. >> mockingjay. >> something with the "hunger games". >> takes about seven and a half hours to do the whole body because it is a puzzle. we have to be careful about how we piece everything together. if one or two pieces are off, the whole body is off and they're not in the right spot. that's a pain. sleeping? >> i wish. i wish i could float. be in a zero gravity situation. i stand up mostly.
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>> that helps. >> cuts down the makeup time. i have an amazing makeup artist, who i love, and she lets me mess with her and joke around and listen to silly music. it's a good time. >> do we have time for one tattoo? >> celeb tattoo. >> can you identify it? >> we'll look on the screen. >> i love daddy? >> pull out slowly. >> if you don't know right away -- >> diggs. >> let's do one more. >> this is a good one. you know this one? >> older hand, helen mirren? >> you got it. >> i thought i was going to fail this. >> jamie alexander, thank you. "blindspot" picks up monday night 10:00/9:00 central. jamie will be answering your questions on facebook live the next 15 minutes. go to facebook.com/"today's take." get at it.
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sunshine through the gulf coast, on into the northeast, new england, down on into texas. hey, what about the oscars? sunny, light winds for the red carpet. afternoon high temperature about 76 degrees. >> las vegas? >> not in las vegas. that's right. that's w >> good friday morning, everyone. a mix of sun and clouds this morning. day, temperatures topping off into the upper 30s this afternoon with windchills down into the upper 20s thanks to the gusty winds. colder tonight, and back into boston, lower teens in many of the suburbs, and after the cold start this morning, bouncing back to 40 in the afternoon, 56
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let's talk about the play, it was written by sam shepherd, a revival about 20 years ago. for people who haven't seen it, set the scene about the family. >> it takes place in a farmhouse in southern illinois. like you say it's a rather dysfunctional family. there's a family secret they have been living with that's torn the family apart. and it just kind of -- the play unravels over three acts. and you kind of find out what has taken place in the past. there's a lot of humor in it, but it's also very dark. actually beautifully written. you know, it's -- sam's language in the plays, it's really beautiful. kwai poetic, but also very human and very rich. it's really fun to work on because every night you go deeper and deeper.you end up. >> it's got to be fun, that your own wife, amy madigan, plays your stage wife. what's it like? >> amy and i working together again. we did a play a couple years ago
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theater, and got to know scott elliott, the artistic director. he asked if we wanted to do "buried child" together and we said, sure. it's great working together because we share what we're doing together. actress and it's fun. >> you met on the stage? >> we met doing a play, yeah. rehearsal in 1981. it was a big circle of -- semicircle of seats. there was an empty chair next to me. she was late. i never seen this woman before. she walked around everybody and sat down next to me. she had really colorful socks on. my line was, i like your socks. that was the biggest thing. >> that was it. >> yeah. >> classic pickup line. i like your socks. i think when you're ed harris, it works better than if the rest of us say, i like your socks. we watched the montage of clips from your career. i was going through your imdb
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"don't sleep don't sleep on the rock, by the way. >> sorry to cut you off. i watched "apollo 13" so many times, the vcr broke. i watched it and rewound it over and over. i'm still obsessed with it. >> good. >> do any of those projects jump out? >> "pollock," i worked on it for years and directed the thing. first time i directed a film. it was my baby. it's held up over the years. we shot it in '99, i think. i'm proud of that. and the beethoven film, it was a real challenge for me, working with my good friend holland. not many people have seen the film but i felt good about what i did in it. >> you've had an incredible career and it continues on the stage. "buried child" is here in new
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>> you can use any whitefish, snapper, any fileted fish. we're mixing up cuban and salt. we're going to put it over the fish. it'll stick like that, added flavor, kind of adds a little caribbean -- >> exactly. >> what is this? >> quinoa. >> you probably eat quinoa. >> i do. little >> little seeds and it coats it. you put it in the hot oil. >> great idea. >> it crackles, like having rice puffs on the outside. nice and crispy. gluten free and does that. adds a lot of flavor. while that cooks, i make a little salad of grapefruits. again, nice and light. i segment if grapefruit. i peel it, like i showed you earlier, and then you segment it. >> how long do you cook each side? >> depends on the thickness. this one is thin so probably three minutes. >> cool.
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here in miami. salt and cilantro. >> very nice. >> mix it all together. now, just to add a little bit of juice, i usually take grapefruit and go over the top. it's pretty and works nicely. avocado, smash it. we took the pit out earlier. lime juice. zest, salt, mix it together and do this. except you need this first. >> right, your base. >> remember we talked about, you were going to smash the avocado. >> i don't recall that. i will deny it. >> go ahead and smear on the bottom. >> smear. >> then take a piece of fish. >> then put some of this on top? >> put the salad right on top. if you want to, you can toast the quinoa in a pan, dry pan, >> wow. >> that's it.
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>> finish it off. agua fresca. >> what are you doing tonight? >> coming to see about your patty. >> my patty melt. >> coming to check out if i'm voting for your patty melt or someone else's. >> i love you. >> gonna cost ya, al. >> natalie is coming down, as well. she's judging. coming up, head to head oscar trivia. who knows more? my man, willie, or dylan? find out when we come back. skincare now becomes skinactive. new garnier skinactive introducing clearly brighter. a new active moisturizer to brighten dull skin. packed with antioxidant vitamin c, e and lha. clearly brighter does more than moisturize, it actively smoothes, boosts radiance and protects with spf 15. clinically proven. see brighter skin in just one week. new clearly brighter
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life as spokesbox is great. people love me for saving them over half a grand when they switch to progressive. so i'm dabbling in new ventures. it was board-game night with the dalai lama. great guy. terrible player. go paperless don't stress, girl i got the discounts that you need it's a balancing act, but i got to give the people what they want -- more box. any words for the critics? what can i say? critties gonna neg. [ applause ] the what?! [ laughs ] oscars are this sunday so we brought in a.j. callaway to give us trivia. >> who is your money on? >> on you. >> hey, i didn't know that. >> good, take it away. >> ready? >> yeah.
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the nominees, who won the most academy -- >> you didn't even -- >> do i have to wait? >> read the question. most awards for the best actor. meryl streep. >> oh. >> willie? >> hepburn. >> katharine hepburn. meryl streep has four. the most nominates, 125 5, but only 2 2. >> the go go ahead. >> silence of the lambs, return of the king, american beauty. the award goes to, the last to sweep the big five, which is -- >> silence of the lambs. >> wow. >> absolutely correct. >> good. >> i would say, they swept the big five awards of actor actor/actress, and picture. next question, robert redford and leonardo dicaprio.
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receiving an oscar. >> willie? >> leo. >> no? >> close. he had six nominations. >> o'toole. >> did she buzz? >> she did. >> peter o'toole. >> okay. are we tied? >> the nominations are billy crystal crystal, johnny carson and bob hope. this comic host td ed the oscars the most times. >> billy crystal. >> johnny carson. >> bob hope! >> process of elimination. >> absolutely right. 18 times, bob hope. >> 18? >> 18 times. amazing. >> i didn't know that answer though. >> billy crystal. >> i knew it. i was going to guess that. >> i'll put my hand on the buzzer. >> you all are a trip.
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jennifer lawrence and reigner. the award goes to the youngest to ever win two oscars. >> jodie foster. >> oh. >> friends call her j. law. >> geist man. >> jennifer lawrence. also the youngest to win with four nominations. jennifer lawrence. the nominees are john ford, steven spielberg and scorsese. this man won most oscars for best director. >> martin scorsese. >> no. >> one more. >> spielberg. >> pr sesz ocess of elimination. >> what was the one? >> john ford. >> there you go. >> what was the one? >> i love that you did that. >> all right. we have a winner. >> wait, i didn't win. natalie, you have to give your speech.
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millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street because it's riggedt by wall street. and that's the problem. as long as washington is bought and paid for, we can't build an economy that works for people. sanders: i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. dylan, what's coming up this weekend? >> we've been doing the up for the job internship. sheinelle and i got the chance to be interns for rascal flatts. they were up for anything. gave us ridiculous orders for in-in-out bug rger. i handed off a guitar live during a concert. that was very exciting. i get handsy when i get excited. >> they gave you flowers. >> i know. they're on my desk now. thank you in advance. i haven't seen them yet.
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