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this morning on "today's take," an oscar night roundup. the big winners, the big shockers and, of course, all the fashions. plus, we take you inside the after parties where the stars let loose. and three words. caramel apple pie. next. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is today "today's take" with al roker, natalie morales, willie geist and tamron hall, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. welcome to "today". it's monday morning, leap day, february 29th, 2016. boy, we're excited about leap day here in new york city.
willie along with tamron, who is back after a long time away. glad to have you back in the chair. >> feel like i only saw you on tv for two weeks. >> busy chasing the republican and democratic candidates all over the country. the minute you get here, al and natalie go to los angeles. >> and they get a glamour gig. >> go hollywood on us. >> i like that. >> literally. >> because it's leap day, does that mean we actually get a whole day back of sleep? >> no. >> that'd be nice. >> not like a time zone. >> i was hoping for 29 hours of sleep or something. >> it is the weird extra day we get every four years. "new york times" reports 200,000 people celebrating their first real birthday. something to do with the 28th, i think, on the off years. some do march 1st. let's be honest, you're living in a black hole, a parallel universe, a day that doesn't really exist. >> it's so cool. we had one -- a sister and
apart, both leap year babies. what are the odds? it's all sci-fi. >> getting weird. pizza hut, free one-topping personal pan pizza. hard rocca faye k ca k cafe offering a free entree, even if it's not your birthday. >> really? >> i think so. >> you can't tell me there is a free list of getting food and rest of the show? >> anyone know where i can get a fake id? i can get meals all across america. let's talk about the oscars. big winners. as expected, leonardo dicaprio and brie larson for best actor and best actress. "spotlight," but i thought "the revenant" was going to win.
of course, addressing the controversy and everything that's been stirring around the oscars in terms of no nominees being people of color. let's see how he started the show. >> i'm here at the academy awards. otherwise known as the white people's choice awards. you realize if they nominated hosts, i wouldn't even get this job. y'all be watching ing ing neil patrick harris right now. is hollywood racist? you're damn right, hollywood is racist. you've grown accustom to it. hollywood is sorority racist. we like you, rhonda, but you're not a kappa. we want opportunity. we want the black actors to get the same opportunities --
>> we didn't put the rihanna joke in there, which was my favorite of the night. >> it was a good one. >> not good for morning tv. what'd you think of how chris rock did, tamron? >> i was flying back in from a shoot so i missed it. nothing is worse than a big event happening on tv and you were able to follow on twitter but you can't see it. the reaction was incredible. obviously, instantaneously. what'd you guys think? >> it was interesting because in the room, it seemed like it was going over fairly well. then we were talking to people on the red carpet and they were kind of mixed. i think as the evening went on -- >> people warmed up to it. i think it was like ricky gervais. a little like, we needed that, maybe it was a little bit hard. like some of the jokes. he made a joke about lynching. some people were like -- >> it was tough. >> but at the same time, after the fact, everybody was like, you know, it was like a cleansing in a way. that needed to be said. he did. he came out and did what he needed to do.
white carpet, at the after party. >> the "vanity fair" party, we didn't think he'd stop. >> he was like, al roker. i need to go to al. >> it's what he said. >> what pressure were you feeling in the moment? >> the pressure to be funny. you know what i mean? >> yeah. >> regardless of the whatever, still got to be funny. >> you got a chance to breathe now. feel relief? >> yeah. hanging out with my mother, you know. >> hello, mrs. rock. nice to meet you. >> good to see you. >> world-famous. >> will you blow off some steam? >> have a good one. >> all right. >> al getting in with the ladies. >> jennifer lawrence ran right to al. >> loved al, yeah. >> she loved al. >> she's been very nice to us. the one thing i think everybody
stallone not winning supporting actor. >> though "bridge of spies" and mark rylance deserved an award. >> not taking away anything from him. >> a career of amazing performances. >> the sentiment was there for stallone. >> there were surprises. willie, as you said, i was so happy that "spotlight" won because, you know, it dealt with such an important issue. the sex abuse in the catholic church. such a great moment in journalism. we were all happy to see that. but i think a lot of people were surprised. you all had picked "revenant." willie and i picked "spotlight." right, willie. >> there you go. i'll tell you what else, none of the big acting awards but there was a 45 minute stretch where "mad max's" name was called a lot. if you haven't seen the movie,
one other shoutout, adam mckay who won for "the big short." teams up with will ferrell. steps into the more serious stuff and wins an oscar last night. great story for adam. >> very cool. we also talked about the fashions a little bit. we gave our list of the things we liked. outfits we liked. >> yeah. >> here's my list. >> what do you got? >> margot robbie. wonderful thing. ty ti ty -- chrissy teigen. the baby inside was like, yes, mama. bring it, mama. cate blanchett, my mother called me about this when i landed. armani armani, doesn't just better than that. naomi watts is the only person on the planet that could full off this dress. tailored to perfection. you drip into it.
those were my favorites. willie, i knew you'd pick -- i saw this dress when i landed and i said, this is willie geist's dress. >> alicia vikander, congratulations to her, won for best supporting actress. she was wearing louie vuitton, according to tamron. i know she looked good in it. she stopped and talked to you ten minutes. charming. still wide eyed about being in hollywood and excited to be at the award shows. >> kind of went official with the relationship with michael fassbender. the kiss on camera. we knew they were together, but they showed the world their love. natalie, who was on your list? >> i was going to say alicia, people comparing her to belle from "beauty and the beast" in the gorgeous yellow dress. >> she looked better than belle. >> when she had that oscar in
i love the simplicity of icap test caption ...returning to upstream... ronan. love the color. and brie larson who won the oscar last night and won so many hearts in this award season, she is adorable. that blue was stunning on her. she really stood out in this beautiful sort of ruffles. al had another one that i loved. >> you know, there were two olivias. >> they both were hot. >> very hot. olivia munn was in stella mccartny. >> munn. >> it was gorgeous. one of the brightest colors on the carpet and looked fantastic. >> i love the off the shoulder. then olivia wilde had the risque -- >> yeah, and jason sudeikis said he helped fold it. it was origami. >> there was careful folds
>> yes, there were. you can tell we haven't slept. >> we like it this way. >> more fun this way. so al, you mentioned sylvester. i was heartbroken. i was shocked. nevertheless nevertheless, you got a selfie with him? >> that's right. he was being interviewed. we interview him a moment earlier, and i thought, i didn't take a selfie. i did that. then we interviewed elton john and his husband. that was fun. >> that's actually -- sir elton doesn't own a cell phone he recollects told us, so he doesn't do selfies. we're like, well, we have to get a selfie. >> that's right. >> at the after party at "vanity fair," ryan seacrest was hanging out and we took a picture with him, as well. >> on the other side of the partition, guys, it was chris rock and leo chatting, which was cool. >> did you hear anything?
>> i think they were high-fiving each other. >> they were at a distance from them. >> we were doing what everybody else does. take out their camera and pretending to take a picture of themselves but really taking a picture of leo and chris rock. >> i love that elton john doesn't have a phone. gangster move. i don't need a phone. you know where to find me. >> he gets people around him with a phone so why does he need one? >> he actually has a telegraph. >> carrier pigeons, actually. >> i like that. let's take a look and show you what we have as far as our weather is concerned. my golly, weather may affect super tuesday. severe weather today from wichita falls to wichita. tulsa, oklahoma city in the risk of severe weather. strong wind gusts through tonight. ping-pong to golf ball sized hail. tomorrow, the area expands out.
under slight risk of severe weather. 22 million people at risk. damaging wind gusts, isolated tornadoes. but the super tuesday states of arkansas, tennessee, alabama, georgia and virginia, all part of this. it may be an effect on voting for tomorrow's primary. >> good monday morning, everyone. a sunny start. and how have, we have clouds and showers to the west of us. a couple of spotty showers working in. a passing shower or two. and we'll still have dry hours out there. mild and breezy day, low 50s to 60s. mostly sunny skies, cooler day overall back into the mid 40s. but a quiet start to march. the 7-on-7 forecast, better chance of rain, more widespread rain tuesday to wednesday morning and colder by the end of the week. >> that's your latest weather. willie? >> al, thanks. coming up, more of chris rock and the controversy at the
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given that the oscars were longer than -- >> crazy. >> some of the sketches that chris did, tackling the lack of diversity. here's onewhoopi goldberg and jennifer lawrence together. >> maybe they'll make a movie about a skinny white lady, but the black girl has to cure cancer before they get a tv movie. >> oh, my god. >> i'm not mad. i know how to play the game. >> hello? >> i'm the danish girl. these danishes is good, girl. nailed it. >> i love that. i thought it was so great. >> so funny. i think it was smart because it was the idea of inserting
chris rock, who was probably one of the oscar hosts we've had in the last ten years, up there with ellen degeneres, was smart to have whoopi join him, oi ah along with tracy morgan. >> let's talk about the girl scouts, who scored big last night. >> they did. >> take a look. >> i want you to buy my daughter's girl scout cookies. look at my babies up there. are you going to deny them some cookies? all right, tina fey! get that money, girl. make that money. tina fey. charlize theron, yes! you get him. leo, you made $30 million. come on! >> of course, they're probably all starving so like yes, give me five boxes. >> we're not allowed to eat inside. you are actually starving.
we kind of saw it two years ago when ellen did it a little better with the pizza. >> the stacey dash thing, what was up with that? >> the oddest thing of the night. people weren't laughing. i think it was too much of an inside joke. they were making fun of the fact that stacey dash had gone on fox news to say -- are we watching this? >> we were just listening to a little bit of it. >> we've gone on to -- they were making fun of the fact that stacey dash went on fox news saying we don't need black history month. most viewers didn't know that so it wasn't funny. >> most people in the audience didn't know it. >> a lot of people didn't know who she was. >> actress and commentator but hasn't been acting a while. >> why did she do it? >> good question. >> leonardo dicaprio, you know, finally. >> acceptance speech, too. we'll have a look at that. >> i thank you all for this amazing award tonight. let us not take this planet for granted.
thank you so very much. [ applause ] >> so many nominations and finally getting his due. >> fifth nomination in acting. i think people were very excited about this. it was also a big moment because the other acting nominees -- or winners, mark rylance, brie larson and alicia vikander are smaller actors and have been in smaller performances. this was a big movie star, finally taking the oscar stage. i think people wanted leo to win. it was the most tweeted moment of the night in the history of the oscars. more than 400,000 tweets a minute for leonardo dicaprio. >> wins there, too. >> sylvester stallone, were you shocked at that? >> i think the academy dropped the ball with their snubs. stallone, 40 years after being nominated for playing rocky in the original "rocky." this would be a huge comeback for him. would have been a beautiful speech. what were they thinking?
chance to get an award now? hopefully there will be another role for him but -- >> this was his moment. i think a lot of viewers were looking forward to honoring sylvester stallone and excited about that. it was right in the middle of the ceremony. >> i was angry about it. lady gaga, you saw the song. >> that performance was unbelievable. >> biden introducing the song. the sex assault survivals s vivors coming on stage and paying tribute to lady gaga. how does that lose to the "james bond" anthem, which wasn't a really good song, to be honest with you? moment there. thank you so much. >> thank you for having me. coming up, the celebrities like you've never seen them before, letting loose on the red carpet and at the after parties.
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the end of the week. sense. >> >> at my age it's not worth pulling out anymore. >> i've never done this for the oscars anymore. my people! my people! >> who are you looking forward to >> i think i've met everybody. >> you've met everybody. this is old hat for you? >> it means hosting, comedians doing with what we do best, addressing the elephant in the room. . laugh. that was great. >> less than 20 minutes to go to the start of the broadcast. it's going to be really hard getting stars to come from the express lane to our lane. i'm going to do my best.
hey, tina! tina, please, i'm begging. gaga! gaga! you! not enough to stop. but she loves me. i guess everybody's inside. i guess it's dope. that's it for the red carpet. >> a red hot date ready to go party? >> let's do it. >> the elton john oscar viewing party. >> rocking it. >> will you dance with me? >> i would love to. >> there's no music. >> this is how they used to dance when there were manners. >> oh! charming, al. >> "vanity fair." "vanity fair". ." so tonight going what's your party plan? >> find hamburgers.
the awards season, the whole thing, just take a breath. >> my career -- >> no, not your career! i mean the awards. >> i got al roker. i can't walk by him. >> oh, my gosh. >> i see him, like, socially but, yeah i had a good time. >> felt good? >> you never know. like you feel like it went grade and then you read tomorrow like, oh, i didn't know i was orable. >> i think our work here is done. >> that's a drop the mic moment, al. we're going to go party. >> that's it. >> all night long. >> but i love doing it, it's so much fun. we have a good time. sacha baron cohen snuck in an ali g costume in his wife's handbag and broke it out during the awards ceremony. >> you asked him if he was going to break anything out and there
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>> she'll show us one of her favorite pies and perfect dough that will become your go-to recipe for any pie. good to see you. >> good morning. >> this is life changing. you know how many times i wanted to go to a party and say, i made this pie? >> you can do it. >> you'll show us. >> you are going to do it. >> i believe you. >> cold, cold, cold butter. you don't want it to melt because you want to be able to see the butter once you're done. >> all right. >> i do it in a -- i am going to do it -- >> it's all right. >> we can pretend. i pulse my dry ingredients together, which are flour, salt, sugar. >> what's the difference in pulsing and letting it go? >> at this point, not much, really. >> guo you get the cloud of flour and you're like, oh. cold, cold, cold butter. >> from the freezer cold? >> from the freezer cold. you don't want it the melt. the reason is, people have real trouble with pie crust because
>> okay. >> this is what you end up with. >> people look at it and go, it doesn't look like dough yet. if it holds together when you pinch it, it's good. here's the trick, you can just pull it together here. it's holding together fine. too much water makes it tough. >> how do you know if you put too much water in? >> then add a little more flour. you want to see the pieces of butter. you want to roll it out, the bottom crust, into an 11-inch round. divide the dough in two. perfect for a double-trusted pie. >> which is my favorite. >> can i freeze it if i don't use it? >> thaw it before you roll it or it'll be too hard. i blind bake the bottom crust so it's not soggy. i don't like soggy bottoms. >> i don't either. >> take a like size pyrex and turn the pie over so make it
people have the pie that shrinks. upside down, gravity will make sure the dough doesn't sink and it'll be fer perfect. i cook the apples before i put them in the pie crust. the reason, it creates a caramel. also, you don't get the gap between the crust and the apples. it's perfect. >> all right. >> also caramely, which i like. >> we have 15 seconds left. the recipe is on today.com/food. >> can you point out how you do the top? >> instead of doing -- i just put them on top of the pie. pretend this is a pie. >> we'll be back.
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