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that i actually liked. - fair enough. of course, you weren't supposed to be around to carry a grudge. you wanted to meet. was it to find out why i let wilson target you and your partner? or just to kill me? - either way, we should go somewhere more private. - you probably think i made a devil's bargain. and maybe i have. but the program is the reason we haven't had another major attack. if the public knew about what we do, we'd lose that ability. - and aquino? - again, a regrettable decision, but a necessary one. no one life is above the safety of millions of americans. that's the ugly math that i have to deal with every day. you of all people should understand that. - i do. and if i were in your place,
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i may not be in the program anymore, but i-- i still understand how important it is. - then why the cloak and dagger? - cole's research on the aquino case. i wanted to give it to you personally. - why not give it to wilson? - you can't hire people like cole and expect them to act like sheep. now, i know how to follow orders. but cole was just brilliant, and he believed in the cause. and wilson knew that. you know, you could've warned him. or even me. but instead, you placed a kill order like we were some kinda problem to be solved. - your partner broke the rules. you're on the hook for that as much as he was. - and then you screwed that up in such a spectacular fashion. how could i trust this idiot with something so important? - hersh was right.
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you didn't want revenge. you wanted to protect the program. - a good soldier does both. [future starts slow by the kills] - let her go. let's clean this up. - you can holler, you can wail you can swing, you can flail you can [...] like a broken sail but i'll never give you up if i ever give you up
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- [grunts] - you were a good operator. sorry, shaw. - and after all, god can keep my soul england have my bones but don't ever give me up i could never get back up when the future starts so slow [siren wails] - lady just passed out in the street, unresponsive to cpr. emt's called it as soon as they arrived. - so this looks like a homicide to you? - sure. woman her age, not a mark on her. i thought it suspicious. can't expect the task force to show up. - we were in the neighborhood, officer fleming. yeah, we're probably looking at an overdose or cardiac arrest. - yeah, but, i mean, just to make sure, we ought to-- - why don't you grab yourself a coffee?
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- [chuckles] it's a full moon. coroner's office is swamped. you mind getting her downtown? - whatever you say, detective. hey, uh, little help here? - you can holler, you can wail of my right mind [bear barks] - you can swing, you can flail [bear barks] - she may be hot, but that's one broad i never wanna see again. i mean, ever! and crazy! bad combo. - what happened? and some demerol but she woke up on the drive over and almost killed me! look--look at this bruise
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so i gave her some more. - how much more, mr. tao? - i don't know. i look like a doctor to you? man. i so don't get paid enough for this crap. - we don't pay you anything, leon. - i'm gonna widen the distance, fellas. you take your chances. - dying can make you thirsty. - for guardian angels, you two were a bit late to the party. - your employers wanted you dead. so now you are. - i guess leon forgot the instructions about patting you down. - ms. shaw, we're on your side. i feel like we've proven that you can trust us. - trust is overrated.
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just in case you change your mind. you can holler, you can wail you can blow what's left of my right mind you can swing, you can flail - well, she certainly - do you think she'll call us you can wail you can blow what's left of my right mind ifif you could see your cough, you'd see just how far robitussin dm max soothes your throat and delivers robitussin dm max. because it's never just a cough. his taxes done for nothing. so we brought in dr. kaku to explain what we mean by nothing.
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[music] no, no, no, no, people are both soft and strong... yey! which is why our products are too. angel soft. i'm there for bessie. i'm there for ray. ted loved baseball. dr. phil likes to watch football.
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the menu every day. rosie's my best friend. evelyn likes to dance. harriett wants her fried shrimp as well. alice anne likes vanilla ice cream with chocolate syrup and rainbow sprinkles. they give me so much back. i can't even imagine how i could possibly give them what they give me. this morning, a woman was pulled alive from a 17-story collapsed building in taiwan, two days after a powerful earthquake. another survivor was also pulled from the toppled apartment today. the powerful quake hit saturday. at least 37 people were killed. but more than a hundred are believed to be buried in the debris. back home. every chipotle is closed for a few hours today. new details about a chicago cop posing in a controversial photo.
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on the morning newsstand. the chicago sun times reports a homicide detective is fighting to keep his job after posing in a controversial photo. the image shows former detective timothy mcdermott on the right and holding a rifle and posing over a black man as a trophy. it was taken between 1999 and 2001. mcdermott was lufed to keep investigating homicide for yearly a year after a federal prosecutor had provided the department with the photo. gunfire at a mardi gras parade in mississippi left two people dead and two wounded. shots rang out in pass christian yesterday. police say it started as a fight and escalated to gunfire two blocks away from the parade route. "the new york times" reports former secretary of state madeleine albright, and feminist gloria steinem --
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special place in hell for women who don't help each other. >> explaining difficulties attracting female voters in new hampshire, albright said women can be judgmental and sometimes forget how hard clinton worked to get to where she is. steinem suggested young women are supporting sanders for the opportunity to meet young men but later apologized for that. the guardian reports chipotle locations will close today for a meeting on food safety. the four-hour meeting comes as the chain's e. coli outbreak appears to be over and dozens in 14 states fell ill. the denver post front page super bowl. still to come, the other side of last night's super bowl. the commercials. we will talk with an expert with the ones that made a lasting
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i'll get it! >> late late show host james corden teamed up with model cindy crawford to create a little magic from super bowl's past. pretty hot. with more than a hundred million viewers tuning in, the super bowl is the biggest night of the year for advertisers. sponsors actually pay $5 million for 30-second spot! so joining us with more on last night's commercial is mike mccarthy. you've been covering super bowl advertising this year. you're covering it for sporting news and for "the new york times," right? >> that's right. >> i just posed to you i watch for the halftime show and the commercials pretty much and i know a lot of people and why the advertisers spend all of the money. your big impressions. >> i thought it was a back to basic bowl. you saw a lot of the old ones we have seen previous super bowl commercials. the cute babies for the nfl and monkey baby from mountain dew
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all over, i was a little underwhelmed. >> and underdogs? >> i thought too much referenced previous super bowl commercials and weren't creative on their own. >> a number ads used popular music. we heard bowie and a few different songs. what is the benefit of using a popular song? >> songs are a sauce for a lot of these commercials. bowie choice was a great choice for the commander song and a big rock song by van halen for a big american sports car. it instantly cuts through and it communicates in a party atmosphere. >> i guess music can always set a mood, you know? if you're trying to tug at people's heart strings, like the audi commercial is a way to do it. celebrities always make a showing when it comes to super bowls as there were a number of celebrities. using a celebrity can be a double-edged sword, right? >> there were over 50 celebrities on this.
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you selling your product or a kim kardashian was on a super bowl ad last year but do you remember what it was for? >> no. i like the amazon commercial. >> the amazon commercial was pretty funny. i love the spot with serena williams and the other celebrity. i never thought i would see mr. white but there he was. >> what about this? at the end of the super bowl, right? everyone is asking peyton manning questions, what is he going to do after the super bowl? and he kind of drops the line a couple times. he is going to have a beer and then he is going to have a budweiser. do you think that was deliberate? what do you think is going on there? >> i think it was deliberate. the word on the street is he owns a couple of pieces of budweiser descript budweiser distributorship and kissy face with papa john's on national tv.
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. the halftime show started with coldplay, but ended with a bang. the britts handed the stage over to bruno mars who then gave up it to beyonce and she wowed the crowd with a performance of her
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>> all three acts shared the stage for a tribute to iconic halftime performances and national anthems and the performers who passed. beyonce stole the show in more ways than one. she announced her first solo stadium tour during the super bowl. the stint starts on april 27th in miami and wraps up in june. marshawn lynch had an announcement of his own. the player known as beast mode tweeted this shot during the second half. his cleats hanging up and the international emjoi for peace out. the seahawks confirmed lynch's retirement. the grammys have added another big name for an already impressive lineup. taylor swift will take the stage, joining adele, justin bieber and lady lady gaga, among other performers. gaga who nailed the national
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already said she would be performing a tribute to david bowie. don't miss a minute of the grammys that is right here on cbs on february 15th. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," more on beyonce's halftime performance and the music video. i'm anne-marie green. and this is the "cbs morning news." announcement: this storm promises to be the biggest of the decade. with total accumulation of up to three feet. roads will be shut down indefinitely. and schools are closed. campbell's soups go great with a cold and a nice red. made for real, real life. [music] no, no, no, no, people are both soft and strong... yey! which is why our products are too.
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