Live! With Kelly and Michael

Friday, January 23rd, 2015

Announcer: It's "live with kelly and michael." Today, host of "american idol," ryan seacrest. And performing their big hit "centuries," fall out boy. Plus tips on keeping your kids healthy and happy as we wrap up "live's" kickstart the new year wellness edition. All next on "live."

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Announcer: Now here are kelly ripa and michael strahan!

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Kelly: Oh, hello! Well, well, well. Cheers and applause]

Drinky drinky, happy, happy. It's friday, january 23, 2015 everybody.

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We made it.

Michael: We made it to friday.

Kelly: We made it to friday.

Michael: Yes we did.

Kelly: Yes.

Michael: How are you by the way?

Kelly: I'm great, yeah.

Michael: I must say I love the high waisted skirt.

Kelly: Thank you very much. If you didn't like it you know I was going to rip it off.


Michael: I don't like it.

Kelly: Thank you, yes, all nude all the time lady. That's how we roll.

Michael: How was your night?

Kelly: It was great, it was fun. Went out with my girlfriends last night. Went out with mark and my girlfriends. We allowed mark to treat us to dinner.


Michael: So like mark and the girls.

Kelly: Mark and the girls.

Michael: That's interesting.

Kelly: Certain parts he just fell silent completely. When we started girling up, he fell, he was motionless at one point. Completely motionless.

Michael: Almost like a learning exercise at that point. We're in the room and girls start talking about stuff, like when they forget you're there, that's just shut up and learn.

Kelly: Yeah. And these are my girls, like we talk about it. We talk about it, you know what I mean. He was hearing things he had never heard before. He was like I had no idea that that's how that worked. You know?

Michael: But that's good you can take him along.

Kelly: Yes, yes, it was fun. Good blow off steam night. How about you?

Michael: I went to a new place called cafe clofere down on downing street. It was nice, it was really good. You know what it is, it's creative, it was like a great restaurant but the food is on the healthier side. Because it was like they said, it's by your old house. But it's kind of like you go to a healthy place, and it doesn't really feel that sexy or cool. Like the lightning's bad. But then you go to the unhealthy places an they're all sexy so they combined it and made a sexy feeling place where you could eat something good. So it was very, very good. Went there then I went to see lenard, you know the band who played at our holiday party.

Kelly: I love that band, they're great.

Michael: So I went to the groove to see them perform last night.

Kelly: Well, it's so funny my girlfriend who flies in from california, so when you live in new york sometimes you don't experience new york, because you live here. And so, she flew in and she wanted to try this new ralph lauren restaurant called polo bar. And when we walked in, we walked in and mark immediately looked at me and said I'm bringing stray back here because he was like this is, it's so great. You guys, you would love it.

Michael: How about this? About you take me and mark and we bro out in front of you. And you can learn. You can learn how the mind of a man works.


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Kelly: That's fine, but trust me, I have the mind of a man. I'm essentially a guy. It's like two guys sitting here guying up.

Michael: Pretty soon mark may shut up and we might be talking.

Kelly: But it was so funny, but they have, speaking of healthy food, they have a full, so they have the regular menu which is great, like delicious steaks, beautiful fish.

Michael: I heard it's a beautiful restaurant. Doip restaurant is gorgeous, you feel like you're in a raffle lauren photo shoot. And the waiters and waitresses and cocktail servers are gorgeous. Gorgeous! I mean gorgeous.

Michael: They look like catalog models.

Kelly: I said I think that's the girl from the commercial. I mean everybody is like so beautiful. And the restaurant itself is just so gorgeous. But they have a vegetarian menu which you don't really see, you know a lot of. There's always on option like do you want vegetables, you can just have a salad, but they have a full vegetarian menu which is great.

Michael: Not that I'm a vegetarian but you usually see it on the side. Ok, eat your squash and be quiet.

Kelly: Though no, they have a full vegetarian menu. We can go there like men if you want. We'll have some cigars and we'll go.

Michael: But I've heard about it. I want to definitely check it out. I don't know if you've been keeping up with this whole deflate gate.

Kelly: Please, it's my favorite thing to do. Yes, anytime we get to talk about tom brady's balls is a good day for me. Cheers and applause]

That was base, it's beneath all of us, don't applaud that.

Michael: They're all patriots fans up there cheering. But yeah, I guess we are talking about the balls that tom brady handles.


But what, that was real. He said he did not alter the balls. I, direct quote, I didn't alter the balls. I like them the way that I like them.


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Michael: Which is 12.5 deflated or inflated, whatever normally you are using. That's what he said. I would never use anything out of the rules of play or have anyone --

Kelly: All I know is somebody altered his balls and I want to get to the bottom of it. People can't just go around altering other people's balls. Sciable.

Michael: Each team has their own balls.

Kelly: Are you suggesting to me that the other quarterback had separate balls than brady has?

Michael: The kickers have their own balls too.

Kelly: Well this is outrageous. Here's what I say --

Michael: A lot of balls out there.

Kelly: You know what I say? One game, one ball. You get one ball. It's the same ball for everybody! And you know who gets to pick it? Cheers and applause]

Yes. Great idea gelman, we'll get on that afterwards. What they should do is let a completely, a person off the street who knows nothing about football select the ball. Like hi, do you know anything about football. No, I don't. Great, perfect, pick out which ball you like and that's the ball they use.

Michael: They'll be out there playing with a freaking nerf. Yeah, they're playing football with the basketball. I like it because it's round.

Kelly: I like the one that whistles when you throw it.

Michael: Remember those?

Kelly: Here's what I want to know, gelman, can we get here two balls, one that is it nated to whatever the regulation level is, and then can we deflate it to the 20 pounds of pressure whatever --

Michael: See if strahan can tell the difference.

Kelly: I want to see the michael strahan, our "football expert" can tell the difference.

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Gelman: I bet he can, kelly. I think that's going to be simple.

Kelly: I want you to touch those balls and I want you to tell us. I want you to sit there and go this one is what it's supposed to be.

Michael: I got to go like that?


Kelly: Everybody knows this is how you examine them. So this one, this one, we're going to blindfold you and you go this one is inflated, this one is deflated.

Michael: I think you can tell. I think if they were saying during the course of the game one of the guys caught an interception for the colts and this doesn't feel right. But the thing I'm confused about is there's a referee who spots the ball every play. The referee has to put the ball down. He didn't feel it? Like that's just weird to mefment very strange.

Kelly: I blame the referee!

Michael: There we go.


Kelly: I love the way you're applauding that, yes, blame the ref.

Michael: But a lot of people are so upset because it's such a big game, the super bowl, even though they had a very decisive win over the colts, they si kick them out of the super bowl, you should suspend the head coach, all these things that people want to happen.

Kelly: What will happen? Nothing will happen.

Michael: Roger goodell hasn't done anything yet. But they can get fined $25,000.

Kelly: Let's be realistic, nothing is going to happen. And what is $25,000? That is the most winning franchise, right? The patriots?

Michael: As of late.

Kelly: So there's lots and lots of money there.

Michael: $25,000, I'm not even picking that up. It's that kind of money there.

Kelly: That's what I'm saying.

Michael: So I think if it is proven that they did do something, because 11 out of 12 balls were deflated, which is kind of like a little bit more than the circumstances in my opinion.

Kelly: Can I ask another question? Did they measure the other balls and were the other balls deflated for the other team?

Michael: Nope, their balls were all intact.


Kelly: Listen, I don't care, I honestly don't care. I don't care who wins, I'm not involved in this, I don't care.

Michael: So what sentence do you hand down?

Kelly: What I'm saying is that is an odd coincidence. That's a freaky coincidence.

Michael: Yeah.

Kelly: Somebody's been mishandling balls.

Michael: It's like if you have 12 kids here, and you forget one at the store, like oh man that could happen. You have 12.

Kelly: And you forget 11 at the store --

Michael: You're trying to lose your kids.

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Kelly: That's a great analogy.

Michael: One could have got away. 11 you're trying to get rid of.

Kelly: And if they're deflated in some way, you're going to jail. Going to jail.


So I hope you guys all learned something here today. Cheers and applause]

I wonder if there was another sport, if this were another sport and something like that happened, what would the rules be. What is the equivilent of this in another support?

Michael: In basketball, you got to be able to bounce it so it couldn't be too soft. Baseball they inspect it every time it hits the ground. But they also inspect it because those guys use tar and sand paper.

Kelly: They have stuff all over their faces and hat.

Michael: Or they scuff it with sand paper they hide and make them control it more and make it move more. Tennis, they get fluff yay.

Kelly: When the balls get fluffy, they're slower? In golf, they get scuffed, they replace them.

Kelly: Why did the ball --

Gelman: It wasn't be cheating if it was allowed.

Kelly: Why did the ball fly so much? Well, we put wings on it!

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It's incredible. Why didn't we think of that.

Michael: But hopefully whatever it is get to the bottom of it, but more than that I hope we have a great super bowl and may the best team win.

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Kelly: I don't ever want this to end. I'm going to keep this controversy alive for as long as possible, because the sophomore boy in me just loves saying the word balls.


Michael: I think you can go to dinner with me and mark.

Kelly: I'm a guy.

Michael: You would fit right in. Already?

Gelman: Yeah.

Michael: Gelman, I told you yesterday, kelly and I do all this reading and we don't get to it.

Gelman: We'll do a special online edition for those who missed it.

Michael: You mean after the show? Oh, we don't need to do it that bad.

Kelly: We have stuff to do. We're very busy you know.

Gelman: Ok, I understand, no problem.

Michael: Very busy people gelman. Cover your coffee, keep, it's time to get this party started with our winter gone wild travel trivia!

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Kelly: Exhibit a! Gelman just threw one of his deflated balls at me!

Gelman: I don't know what happened but I could tell the difference on that one.

Kelly: Can you tell the difference? Is that one inflated? Wow, look at that everybody. Look at the difference.


Oh, you want me to acknowledge the trivia? Here, hold your balls gelman. There you go. George from alexandria, virginia.

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Michael: Dancing machine.

Kelly: Sorry I mispronounced your name, I apologize. That's ok. He's still dancing to the song.

Michael: He's just smiling over there. Let's say hello to lynn from brick, new jersey. Hello lynn, how are you?

Caller: Good, how are you? Hi michael, hi kelly.

Kelly: Hey lynn, lynn, are you in bamf.

Caller: In that picture I am. We're looking at that picture. We have friends, we have friends in alberta and I said to my husband let's go visit and we did it like mark did, it was great.

Kelly: No kidding?

Caller: Yeah, it was because of your remote.

Kelly: Lynn, when I find out people watch this show outside of inside this building it freaks me out.


Michael: Doesn't it?

Kelly: It's the weirdest thing. I go people watch this?

Caller: I fell in love with it.

Kelly: Can't it just the loveliest place?

Caller: It was unbelievable. Just wonderful.

Michael: You know lynn, too bad we didn't do it somewhere exotic and warm.

Kelly: Today could be the day.

Michael: But I have one more quick question, where are you right now, are you at home?

Caller: No, I'm at work and my students are outside my door waiting to get in to take a final.


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Kelly: Oh, they're waiting to get in to take a final.

Michael: So you had the kids who already anxious and frightened to take a final waiting outside longer why you try to win a prize? Go ahead lynn do your thing.

Kelly: What class is it?

Caller: Ironically I teach tv production.


Elly: Oh gosh.

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When the phone rings today I thought it was because I was getting tickets to california. I fort that it was trivia.

Kelly: Lynn, listen to me, do not let this student watch the show, it will only teach them all the bad habits. We're going to spin the wheel and see what you're playing for.

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Kelly: Hey, here's a great prize, the la playa beach and golf resort in naples, florida. Eight days, seven nights includes breakfast and lunch daily, round trip courtesy of orbitz valued at $7700. You have 20 seconds and only one guess, lynn, good luck.

Caller: Thank you.

Kelly: So nervous.

Michael: Here you go lynn. On yesterday's show we talked with don cheadle. What did don say his wife does for a living?

Caller: She's a designer.

Kelly: That's it.

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Announcer: Congratulations, you and a guest will enjoy eight days, seven nights in naples, florida. The la playa features luxuries such as championship golf, two spa treatments per person, ocean front breakfast and dining for the ultimate beachfront get away. Visit online at la playa Your prize is vl youed at $7700.

Kelly: Lynn, congratulations.

Caller: Thank you so much.

Kelly: Lynn, give all the students an a, come on! Come on!

Caller: Thank you so much.

Michael: Got to give them a little extra credit for waiting.

Kelly: Now you get to help make the day of a member of our studio audience who will receive -- so pleasee from pick a number between 1-235.

Caller: My son told me if I ever get called to pick the last number, so 235235.

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Michael: There we go. Congratulations lynn, congratulations young lady. Everybody stay right there, the hardest working man in the business, the talented ryan seacrest will be here.

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Announcer: Still ahead on "live," a performance by fall out boy. We wrap up the wellness edition for health tips for kids. Coming up next, ryan seacrest.

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Kelly: Welcome back everybody. On monday's show, kristen stewart is here. Our next guest does it all. He does it all. He's a producer, a deejay, an entrepreneur, and an incredible host of "american idol," which is the toughest job on the planet. I don't care what anybody says, dealing with everybody when they have just been devastated by not getting the golden ticket, oh forget it. Please welcome the very busy, the very talented, the very awesome ryan seacrest!

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>> Nice to see you. Good to see you, man.

Michael: Good to see you.

Kelly: So we've been talking about tom brady's balls all morning.

>> Yes, I've been watching all morning.

Kelly: I'm sure you have too. We have a couple of balls here, I want to do an experiment because you guys are men and you know all manly things.

>> You said you're a dude as well.

Kelly: I'm like a guy but I've never touched a football before.

>> She was very specific about that.

Michael: That one went to football.

>> Football.

Kelly: So --


Listen guys, try to control yourself, ok? I'm going to see if you can tell the difference, one of these balls is deflated.

>> Ok.

Kelly: Ever so slightly.

>> He's a pro.

Kelly: I know, we're going to hand to it the pro first.

>> You have to squeeze them.

Michael: I squeezed the balls, I know what they feel like.

>> Oh, I know.

Kelly: I know too gelman, this experiment is done. This ball is really deflated.

Michael: I think that's right though.

>> Is that about how deflated braid yes's ball was. I mean, come on, I played high school, that's a lot of squish.

Kelly: You played football in high school?

>> Please, did I play.

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Kelly: What position did you play?

>> So, try this and suspend laughter. I actually played pulling guard.

Kelly: I don't know what that means.

Michael: Offensive linemen. He was one of the guys that blocked me.

>> Yeah.

Kelly: Ok, come here, come here, we're going to reenact that right now. Let me see what that looks like.

>> So I'm blocking you. Ready?

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You see that? That's how that worked.

Michael: You still got it seacrest. You still got it seacrest. Your hand place, you drove your feet.

>> Right for the numbers there.

Kelly: That was amazing.

>> I played offensive line, I was the snapper, the long snapper and the short snapper. Then I lost a ton of weight and became a defensive back.

Kelly: I feel like you're making all these positions up.


>> I am.

Kelly: I'm the snapper.

>> There's the short snapper and the long snapper. The short snapper does the snap with the quarterback, the long snapper goes to the kicker.

Kelly: Were you the long snapper or the short?

>> I was both.

Kelly: This is incredible, I don't even know what sport we're talking about but I like it. I'm going to spike this ball.

Michael: You are so busy, you are everywhere. You took a break over the holidays, where did you go?

>> I went to south africa.


Yeah, I took my family on a safari there, the first time we had ever been that far together, so we did that over christmas.

Kelly: It's got to be so cool to be a part of your family.

>> I take them on a lot of trips.

Kelly: You really do.

Michael: Is that a selfie with an animal? -- you're hat's an in these open jeeps and the jeep driver always wants to get close, yeah, that's a cheetah. Yeah, cheetah or a lepp pord.

Kelly: You can tell us anything we'll believe it.

>> The depriver wants to get closer and closer to everything and it is open air. And we were approaching who black rhino at one point. He said this is very rare, let's get closer. And I kept saying I don't think that's such a good idea, they're bigger than we are --

>> Well, if they get frustrated or aggravated they can tip us over but that's the worst that can happen. That's not so good.

Kelly: But you're ryan seacrest, you wouldable to talk them out of that.

>> I don't think I could host my way out of this.

Kelly: How do you think it's going?

>> Are you going to kill us? Could you kill us after the break.

Kelly: After the break. That was so good. You just seacrested us.

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Listen, we have to take a commercial break, which we don't like, but you're going to share you awesome predictions with us?

>> Sure.

Kelly: When we come back, more with ryan seacrest.

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Announcer: Still ahead on "live," a performance by fall out boy.

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Michael: We are back with ryan seacrest, the best in the business. Congratulations, we hear you have a very special girl in your life man. How is she doing?

>> She's doing great. We've been living together for almost a year now, which is a big deal for me.

Kelly: It's a big deal, and for you especially. And I can't believe the media hasn't been all over this more.

>> Yeah, I know. They're just not interested. Her name is georgia, and --

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There she is.

Kelly: Wow, she works out.

Michael: She works out.

>> So it looks like I'm trying to take a bite out of her head in that shot. She literally, when I'm in the gym she'll go and pick up, clearly you can see the size weight I'm doing, but she'll pick up the weights with her mouth and she'll bring them back to me, if I keep putting them on the counter she'll go back.

Kelly: So you asked her please go get my two pound weight.

>> I'm exhausted. I'm too tired, could you grab my weight for me? She's so cute, and she was, this is the first time I had a dog by myself. Every other time I've had a dog it's been with a girlfriend, we break up, she takes the dog. Now this dog is mine. So the dog has been in the crate, george has been in the crate, now sleeping at the foot of her bed, she has to potty at

2:00 in the morning but at least she squeals, so she's not doing anything on the carpet. This is a big step for me.

Kelly: This is the most commitment I've seen out of you.

>> Must be so proud.

Kelly: What's going on at the oscars, I know you'll be on the red carpet. Do you have any pig oscar predictions, and it's a two part question, when somebody on the red carpet is wearing a hideous your how do you, what is go to thing that you say?

>> I'm not the best judge of hideous dress but there are some that are obviously not amazing, and I have said before, because you're kind of just vamping, trying to think of what you're going to say next. You look amazing, it's so good to see you. I've just said you look amazing, I don't want her to think I that don't mean that, so you continue to sell it.


And then the next day it's on the top of the worst dressed list. But most of the women that come up look amazing, especially at the oscar.

Michael: You told me you like my suit, were you lying?

>> No, your suit's great.

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It's the right fit for you.

Kelly: You're amazing.

Michael: I look amazing. We got to take a quick break, when we come back, ryan's going to tell us what really goes down behind the scenes of "american idol." Stay right there, ba right back with ryan seacrest.

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Announcer: Monday on "live" fro

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>> They're so disappointed.

>> Come on --

>> Get this.

>> I'm just going to ask how did it go in there?

>> It was ok.

>> Did it go ok?

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Michael: He still got it, baby! Football player never leaves you.

Kelly: That's what one motivated long snapper can do.


>> I don't know what has happened over the last couple of years, but all of america wants to pick me up and throw me around like a helicopter, you know?

Kelly: They love you so much.

>> I'm like this little rag doll.

Kelly: It goes that way whether they get a golden ticket or not.

>> It doesn't matter, there's a family member des3.ignated to pk me up and throw me around.

Michael: Congratulations first of all, season 14.

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Kelly: Wow.

>> Thank you, thank you for watching.

Kelly: We've been with you all 14 seasons.

Michael: We always see whenever somebody is disappointed, we see the elation, but has anyone ever come out disappointed and they're mad at you?

>> They're not mad at me but they're mad at the whole process and I'm the one standing there. It's not my bad, not my fault, I wasn't in there though.

Michael: You ever get scared?

>> Every now and then you see a little crazy eyes. There are few contestants that have the crazy eyes coming at you.

Kelly: But that makes for good tv. I am always amazing there's never a shortage of people who have this completely insane idea that they can sing when they really cannot.

>> It's bad parent uping.


Kelly: They're always with their parents.

>> It's bad parenting. America, don't do this to your kids.


Kelly: I know.

Michael: I agree. My dad used to tell me I can sing.

Kelly: You actually can sing.

Michael: No. That's all I used to do, and my dad, that's my boy, that's my boy.

Kelly: You did all right.

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So parents, do not encourage your children.


Ok? That is ryan seacrest's message to you.

>> Thank you. Save a life here.

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Michael: Hey we love seeing you man.

>> Good to see you guys.

Michael: The best in the business.

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"American idol," make sure you watch it wednesday and thursdays only on fox. Ryan seacrest everybody. Cheers and applause]

When we come back, how to keep your kids healthy and happy. We'll be right back.

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Announcer: Enter "live's" winter gone wild trivia and you could win a kitchen appliance package valued at approximately $1200. Log onto our website or go to our face booge page. Rise and shine with kelly and michael. Next "live," kristen stewart, plus the flash himself, grant gustin. Next "live."

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Michael: Are you ready for our kickstart the new year wellness edition for parents? Well, if you're not you better be because we're going to get to it anyway. We want to help you help your child get off to a great start this year. Here to show us how is our resident pediatrician.

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>> Of course one of the best ways to get that year off going well is to get your kids to sleep.

Kelly: How do you do that because they have that winter break from school, and they get all out of their routine.

>> Routine, exactly. That's the basic issue is that they're out of routine. So dr. Greg's three hours to get those kids to sleep. Reassurance, repetition and routine. Wh's the routine? Set up bed time nighttime, set up the wake up time. When we call it the bedroom routine, bath, book and bid. For the babies, bath, boo, and bed.

Michael: I want to be a baby.


>> Turn out the lights.

Michael: Sometimes I forget we're on tv.

Kelly: We' probably not anymore. We probably went to commercial break.

>> Turn out the light because the white light, the blue lights, the screen light tell your body stay awake, stay alert.

Kelly: What if they want a night light or are afraid to go to the bed with the lights on?

>> Then a red light or orange light has been shown not to affect the sleep cycle. Then they get up, mommy I'm scared, daddy I'm scared. Bring them back to theirç" bed, you reassure them, then you leave. You bring them back to bed, reassure them.

Kelly: Never pull them into your bed.

>> If you don't mind them sleeping in your bed for the next 10 years, do that. But in that case bring them back to bed. Repeat, repeat, repeat. The amounts of sleep area from individual to individual of course.

Kelly: Oh, look at this, teens, nine to 10 hours a day. Yeah, ok, so I'm going to start making that happen.

>> The problem with the teens of course is they go to sleep very late.

2:00, 3:00, 4:00 in the morning so they will get that nine to 10 urs but they'll be up at

12:00, 1:00 in the afternoon.

Kelly: Your teen goes to bed at

4:00 in the morning?

>> I don't stay awake. Let's move onto the brain games.

Michael: Some true or false questions.

>> True or false, we need to simulate our children's brains, I'm going to ask you some questions true or false, let's go to the first question.

Kelly: Ok. Look at all these brains that we sprung for two everybody.


Look at that.

>> Ipad or screen learning is far superior to face to face learning, true or false, what do you think? You're absolutely right. Studies have shown that face to face learning, the retention is three to four times the retention from the screen.

Kelly: Wow.

>> Next question, number two, back to the breast fead babies, breast fed babies consistently score higher on I.q. Tests, true or false? You're absolutely right again.

Michael: That's why I want to be a by.

>> One of the many benefits of breast feeding. Let's go onto the next --

Kelly: That's why I nursed my kids until they said mom I think we should see other people.


>> Number three --

Kelly: That's not true. That's not true.

>> Speaking more than one

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