Live! With Kelly and Michael

Friday, October 17th, 2014

Announcer: It's "live with kelly and michael." Today, from the hit series "blue bloods," bridget moynahan. And star of "listen up phillip," jason schwartzman. Plus a crash course in pizza acrobatics. Plus, world news tonight anchor david muir is kelly's co-host for the day. All next on "live!"

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Announcer: Now near are kelly ripa and david muir! Cheers and applause]

Kelly: Are you seeing this?

David: This is not how I feel when we start world news tonight.

Kelly: This is not how it feels?

David: But we should try this.

Kelly: It is friday, october 17, 2014. Yes, it has happened, david muir is filling in.

[Cheers and applause]

This is for you.

David: I feel like I've waited my whole life. But you know this, kelliened I often joke, we're friends outside of work and I've said to you, this is one of those things where you meet someone and you feel like you've known them your whole life.

Kelly: Was it the moment I started stalking you on the phone that you felt that way?

David: And the videos which are really high production value.

Kelly: Yes. I frequently send david vids if I'm somewhere and I feel he should be for some reason I will take a video of myself and say you know, you really should be here.


David: If I text back because sometimes there are other things going on, it's not always kelly but if I write back I'm not sure I'll get a video response that says what do you mean by not sure.

Kelly: What does not sure means. That means you're definitely coming.

David: And I did.

Kelly: You did show up. You always have breaking news that you are tending to which takes precedent over going to the club with me.


But speaking of breaking news, you just got back from atlanta.

David: From the c.d.c.

Kelly: From the c.d.c. Can you tell us anything? Because we are very differently than your regular job, we try not to cover these big breaking stories because they do tend to drive our show to a halt and frighten people.

David: I'll try not to do that. I want people to feel more at ease because we don't want his teara on the evening news. We try to put it in perspective for folks. That's why I went to the c.d.c. I interviewing the top scientists studying c.d.c., and I was asking what everybody was talking about. The nurse that got on the plane to dallas. He said in hindsight she probably should not have gotten on the flight. He did sea the chances, because he's a scientist, it's not zero but it's almost zero that anyone on that flight would get sick. They told me that both of these nurses now are on experimental drugs, they revealed that to us. The headline this morning about nina, who's been taken to maryland. She was the nurse who treated thomas duncan first, and she praised doctors as she was leaving dallas to go to this other hospital. So I want to make sure we're thinking about these two nurses. They were heroes who answered the call. They did what they were supposed to do.

[Cheers and applause]

Kelly: And when somebody is sick with ebola and you are taking care of them, you are in it. I mean, it is not a pretty picture, is that correct? They are dealing with the absolute dissintgration of a body.

David: What we are learning now is they likely did not have the training, if training at all. There are four in the country that have studied this but we pressed the c.d.c. And said we've got to get the training out there. If you're not going to one of those hospitals they need to bring the team to you. The c.d.c. Is now responding but one of these stories about why we didn't respond sooner. But we're thinking about the two nurses and they're doing well.

Kelly: Thank god. And I have to tell you run of the reasons I love your broadcasts and I watch it every night is because you are so good at delivering the news, and the message that we all need to hear but you do it in such a reassuring way. I've got to congratulate you on what you're doing over there.

[Cheers and applause]

David: Thank you, thank you. I have to say I'm seven weeks in, so this has been a long career now. But people in the office are saying what is this thing that you've got hanging in your office.

Kelly: What do you have hanging in the office.

David: The first night of world news I get off the air, everybody's left, I'm still there and I come back to my officened I can't even get through the door because kelly and the consuelos family, this is what's in my office. What you can't see is the very top one is the world. So like, they're like why is that still in your office. There's no lift.


But I tell everyone this is kelly's, she thought of me on that first night.

Kelly: We sure did. Cheers and applause]

We're all so proud of you.

David: People have been so kind on the streets and airports, you get this all the time, but I was on the flight headed to l.a., I'm reading the paper, this guy's into the news, we start thinking. He's really engaged in what's going on. What do you do? I work for world news tonight. He goes that's a really cool thing that you do. Are you a producer?


Kelly: Yes, yes.

David: So we have room to grow.

Kelly: I have people throw their cameras at me, take a picture of me with michael strahan and I go ok, and tell kelly I said hi.


I'm like, ok.

David: All the time.

Kelly: Every day. So, I saw a play last night that I want to encourage everybody to see. Honesty, I can't say enough about it and I can't describe it the way it needs to be described but it's the curious incident of the dog in the nighttime. It's based on that book that was out about 10 years ago. It's -- oh gosh, it is -- the most interesting, beautifully acted, brilliantly produced. The scenic design, everything about it is incredible. And I never read the book and I'm going to read the book now that I've seen the stage play. I'm doing it backwards. But it's the mind -- it's inside the mind of this man who penned the pook which was turned into this play. And he's on the spectrum somewhere. He's a math savant, he has some form of autism or asperger, but that's a side thing, that is a side thing. I don't want you to think that's what the play is about. It's about his quest to figure out what happened to a dog and you see what his brain looks like. And it is incredible. I've never seen a play where they can show you the inside of a person's mind, but this play takes you there and it is amazing.

David: People are saying the same thing all over about this place. I can't wait to see it. Don't you love hen we explore these minds. And these people feel like they're on the fringe and not part of society, but they're the ones who see we don't see.

Kelly: 100%, you just crystalized the play. What he said!


What he said!

[Cheers and applause]

You just crystalized the play.

David: I'll go with you next time.

Kelly: I'll go again in a heartbeat.

David: Let's do it.

Kelly: So make sure you see it, the curious incident of the dog in the nighttime. Really try to see it. It's at the ethel barrymore theater. I cannot say enough good about it. Did you do anything exciting last night?

David: Yeah, I went to the c.d.c.


Kelly: You just got back!

David: We were in fort benning in georgia and I interviewed brad pitt. So that will air tonight. See, that got your attention, you didn't want me to hug you after being at the c.d.c.

Kelly: Your the only person I know who can make brad pitt look plain.


I was just looking at that picture and I'm like he looks like he's interviewing you.

David: My producer is staring on the one camera through brad pitt the hole interview and said that's why he's brad pitt. He's got an extraordinary project right now, the movie is about furry" he talked getting married and he never talks about getting married. He and angelina tied the knot in august. And so I asked him, what do the kids feel about having mr. And mrs. Pitt in the house now. The kids are loving this but he said something more which we haven't said before. He said there was a surprise, it actually solidified something. It's not just a piece of paper. And what I loved he said there's a secure fi that comes with it. I thought what a kind thing to say because they've been together for so long, they've raised these children, they were a couple. And he said he was very surprised at what the moment felt like for him to tie the knot.

Kelly: I think a lot of people who have been in long term relationships are afraid of the piece of paper, afraid that it's somehow anchors them. And again, to each his own, I'm not here to push marriage down anybody's throats. But, what I felt is I think what he felt. I felt like a very, suddenly my world got very stable hen I married mark, which is 10,000 years ago. And so I really, I think that when it is right it can be very, very right. And so I'm happy for them.

David: The movie is amazing, fury is amazing. They're the tanks that took on hitler. We tracked dunn one of the vets who fought the war and he actually went to meet brad pitt. He didn't know who brad pitt was. His grandchildren was jumping up. He thought john wayne was his idea of a movie star. So he tells him what it was like to live in those tanks and fight up against hitler. It's an extraordinary thing because we tracked him down after he watched the movie and revealed to brad what ray thought of the movie and you'll see that tonight.

Kelly: How long were you with brad pitt?

David: I spent a lot of time. He was asking lots of questions, I told him I was going to be with kelly tomorrow.

Kelly: He did not. Did he ask?

David: We didn't depth that far.

Kelly: Do you have his phone number? Do you have his email?

David: I don't even have his email. I did try on his hat because he walked away from the chair and left it there. It didn't happen, I looked nothing like brad pitt.

Kelly: You are world news tonight's brad pitt. We can all agree. Cheers and applause]

As a matter of fact, I want to say something. I believe daytime tv's brad pitt and I have video proof of this if you watch this. Herever I go, there you are. My luck, my fate. My fortune. Chanel number 5.


David: The resemblance is uncanny.

[Cheers and applause]

Kelly: You though ha's weird? There are people that transition so seamlessly into the opposite sex and I am one of those people.


I am like a boy girl, or a girl boy. I'm not exactly sure what I am

David: Did he ever see that?

Kelly: I would never show that.

David: You would only show millions on national tv.

Kelly: We have a hard enough time getting him here as it is. We would only show our audience that and we're convinced that he's not the audience.

David: There's a headline, there's this new funeral home in michigan where they're now doing drive through funerals. So if you want to pay your respects you drive up to the indow, you open up the curtain and you put in your head and they give you three minutes to pay your respect.

Kelly: Oh. I kind of like that idea. I find funerals uncomfortable like most people. I don't know about you but I can sometimes, have been known to get the tragedy giggles.


Don't judge me because if you don't know the hell it is until it happens to you.

David: It always happens to me. I was the kid in church always.

Kelly: Oh my gosh and the sound of my father would hit me in the back of the head with a bible and that made the giggling so much worse.

David: Listen, I have to tell you when I lost my grandfather, this is not taking this in a sad direction I was at the funeral and somebody wendt up and did a reading, I do a reading as well I get a pair graph as well and I realize they are giving the same reading they just gave. So then I go back to the pew and I'm like shaking in the pew because they said it sounded really good the first time.


And so now I'm shaking at my grandfather's funeral because I am now laughing at the embarrassment of what I had done. And I loved my grandfather.

Kelly: He knows, he knows. Listen, this is a funeral show, ok, all right? Because there's an item about this british family they were shocked when they received a text from their grandmother who had passed away. And I guess she wanted to be buried with all of her favorite things, and one was her cell phone. So they put her down there with her cell phone and I guess three years later she texted her granddaughter, she said get me the hell out of here.


No, I'm just kidding, that's not what she said. It was terrible. Can you imagine?


I'm not going to make it much longer! I was just napping! I'm joking and it's not funny. Apparently, so the granddaughter would text her grandmother once in a while because she missed her so much and one day she got a reply saying I'm watching over you, turns out they had given her phone number away and a man thought it was a joke and texted back to the phone number, I'm watching over you. Which is going to make me stop texting gelman. Gelman sometimes texts me zpently. Somehow I'm in his phone as his daughter. So he'll say like good luck on your math test today, daddy loves you.


I'm like I'm cutting school and I'm smoking daddy.


Gelman: And then I know it's not her.

[Cheers and applause]

David: Which is why when I got here this morning they asked have you met your daddy yet? This is what they call him behind the scenes here.

Kelly: They call gelman daddy. You drink red wine right?

David: Yeah, I do.

Kelly: Here's a new use for it. And this I think is a waste but to each his own. Amar'e stoudemire has taken to bathing in red wine. Yeah. He bathes in it. He says --

David: Is it the anti-oxidant in the red wine?

Kelly: Yeah, he says it helps him relax and I'm like well if you drink it it also does that.


David: And it would seem like a lot would go to waste.

Kelly: I feel like that's very wasteful. But he could probably sell the amar'e soaked wine. I know a lot of ladies would line up to buy that. Mixes 's a process, he it with water. I wouldn't, I would just soak in the plain old wed wine. We should take a red wine bath.

David: We'll try that.

Kelly: We're going to check it out gelman and we'll do research.

Gelman: It's kind of expensive. Been out with us, we don't need expensive wine.

Kelly: Mine comes out of boxes. I don't know any of this bottle nonsense. It's $250 to soak in a red wine. Or six boxes.


David: Exactly.

[Cheers and applause]

Do you take the straw out of the box?

Kelly: I don't, no. As a matter of fact the box is large enough, if it's a party box I can just jump right in the box. Because I'm fun sized.

David: You are fun sized.

Kelly: Yeah, anyway, we have to already? Oh m gosh.

David: Time flies.

Kelly: I don't want this to end.

[Cheers and applause]

We don't want this to end. All right. Are you ready?

David: I'm ready.

Kelly: Are you ever seen our show before?

David: Have I ever seen the show before.

Kelly: No, you have to answer that. Pick up the wand. Because mark hosted with me yesterday and he seemed mystified as to anything that was happening here. Which is proof that he has no idea what I do for a living and he was like wait, what's going on? And the balls started flying, what is going on!

David: They didn't tell me about balls flying around the set.

Kelly: Well, just brace yourself, watch your coffee. It's time to play time to smile travel trivia.

[Cheers and applause]

>> [Blondie's "one way or another" playing]

Cheers and applause]

Kelly: You and I are like two monkeys, we just spent the rest of our time cleaning ourselves.

David: We're like ready to hug and balls are flying.

Kelly: Our trivia dancer is mary hearns from san diego, california!

[Cheers and applause]

Kelly: That's mary.

David: I was on the subway not long ago and there was a guy in his bathing suit and he was so happy from his family from middle america, I said where have you been. He said dancing live with kelly.

Kelly: Is that true? No, we told him part of the rule is he can't put his clothes back on for the rest of the day.

David: But anyway, nice moves.

Kelly: That was great. That's so funny, that's such a new york moment too. So, dawn is our trivia caller from washington. Hold.

David: I almost ended the call. That would have been my last time here.

Kelly: It probably wouldn't have ended the call since 's not a real phone.


David: I didn't want to say anything. Is this real coffee.

Kelly: Mark yesterday was like what, what? Hey dawn, how's it doing?

Caller: Hi, good, how are you.

Kelly: Say good morning to david muir.

Caller: Oh, good morning david.

David: How do we say that?

Caller: Yes. So what do you do dawn? Literac for the public library system.

Kelly: That is one of the most important jobs I can imagine.

Caller: It's a lot of fun.

David: That means you pick out the books for young kids in the community before they know what's next.

Caller: I do story time and introduce them to new books.

Kelly: Let me tell you something that is very important work because I'm a parent that has a child that struggles with reading and that is really, really, the developing the love of reading is the single most important thing you can give to a kid.

David: Biggest gift.

[Cheers and applause]

Kelly: It really is. Dawn, we're going to spin the wheel and see what you're playing for, ok? Cheers and applause]

David: So you're playing for the st. James club, morgan bay saint lucia, courtesy of hotwire. The value $8 a a 500.

[Cheers and applause]

-- The value is $8,500.

Kelly: He's so much better at it than I am.

David: That wasn't supposed to be my line. I just dove in.

Kelly: You're going to be here every day and do that.

David: Gelman just said I get paid by the word which I did not know coming into this.

Kelly: It's not nearly enough, I can guarantee you that. Oh listen dawn, you have 20 seconds and only one guess, good luck.

David: Here's the question. On yesterday's show what team's home did mark consuelos, mr. Ripa, was where he said he first saw his first baseball game?

Caller: Kansas city!

Announcer: Congratulations, you and a guest will enjoy seven days, six nights at the st. James club morgan bay. Set among 25 acres of colorful hill side gardens. This all exclusive beachfront resort offers stunning ocean and garden views, fightly entertainment, five restaurants and a host of land and water activities including five fresh water pools, tennis, sailing, kayakingnd more. Your prize is valued

[Cheers and applause]

Kelly: Hey dawn, congratulations.

Caller: Thank you so much!

David: You had 20 seconds, you took a second and a half. I lov game.

Kelly: He didn't speak english. We learned a lot about mark on yesterday's show. You would think we had not been together for 20 years. I was like you're kidding? Now you get to help make the day of a lucky member of our studio audience who will receive eight place settings of american made fine china valued at more than $500. See how I belabor it. You read it like the news. Tell her what to pick.

David: Pick a number between isl go with his jersey number, 30.

[Cheers and applause]

Kelly: We've got a big show with bridget moynahan when we return so stick around.

Announcer: Still ahead on "live," david and kelly learn how to make and twirl their own pizza dough. Jason schwartzman. And coming up next, bridget moynahan. 60 and want to stay independent in their own home, 60 and the center for independent living may be able to help. Call 570-344-7211. We can be independent when we do it together! Thl ne. Many people can continue to live at home with meal preparation, bathing assistance and more. Call the center for independent living at 570-344-7211. We can be independent when we do it together!

[Cheers and applause]

Kelly: Hey, she stars as the no nonsense defense attorney on the cbs police drama "blue bloods." Please welcome back to the show the gorgeous bridget moynahan!

[Cheers and applause]

>> Hi!

Kelly: Hi! I love this dress.

>> Thank you.

Kelly: You look stunning.

>> I stole it from set.

Kelly: Oh, that's true! When you play a well dressed contacter it's everything.

>> But I think it gives too much cleavage for the show. I think it distracts the defense attorney.

Kelly: No, that's the exact right amount of cleavage.

David: This is the part where I don't weigh in. I still want to be able to do the news after this.

Kelly: That's correct.

David: But congratulations on all the success with the show. I was reading that you actually at 16 became a model, but not because you were supposed to. You walked in with a friend?

>> A friend of mine wanted to go down and become a model so I had the car, I drove her down and then they were like what about you.

Kelly: So they went like this to karrie. Who's your tall friend?

>> Yeah, so that's kind of how it happened.

Kelly: Are you and kerry still friends?

>> We're still friends, she's in colorado, it's all good.

David: What you don't know about bridget, she wanted to be a dentist, so you would practice on your --

>> I had this bureau in my bedroom and I would bring sheets and connect it to mikan by bed and I would have a drawer and bring all these turkey, you know those turkey things that you would tie the turkey together after you stuff it, and I would take those and I would pretend to clean teeth.

Kelly: So when you used to watch that rudolph the red nosed reindeer.

>> Yes, I was that broken toy kid that wanted to be a dentist.

Kelly: I want to be a dentist!

>> Yes, that was me.


Lly: Nobody wants a in the box!

>> And then I ran off with rudolph and became a model in norblingt.

Kelly: How's your son doing?

>> He's good, he's good.

Kelly: Did you see any interest in him, does he want to be a dentist, does he want to be an actor?

>> No, I think he's really into battleships and aircraft carriers, so I think right now he's going into the military.

David: He's 7. And halloween is coming, don't make him be a dentist.

>> He's not going to be a dentist. He wants to be a messy, you know who messi is, the soccer player. He wants to be him, but a zombie version of him.

David: With a twist.

>> So we're going to sled up his uniform and walk around like I want candy. That's all he's going to do.

Kelly: Where do you take him trick or treating because people in new york are always curious about where they should go.

>> Park slope is really cool, they do the neighborhood really well. Every neighborhood, west village is great, you go down bleaker street.

David: So you've got a big movie coming out, it's not just halloween, you're with keanu reeves in the movie.

[Cheers and applause]

Kelly: John wick.

>> Yeah, the movie's john wick, coming out next friday I believe. Yeah, he's a stud. He's a stud. And it's a big action film. He's fantastic, and I got to play with him.

David: You played with him.


You played the love interest with him.

Kelly: How did you play, what did you play?

>> I played his wife, it was just a very nice, lovey dovey kind of scenes for us. So it was nice.

Kelly: That's great.

David: Sounds like a really rough role.

>> I had to do it, you know.

David: But you're so tough in "blue bloods" as the assistant d.a. How did you balance being the lovey dovey wife.

>> That's what's so nice about it, because I never get to play that lovey dovey yummy, so it was nice to jump into that and in "blue bloods."

Kelly: I can't believe "blue bloods" is in its fifth season because it seems like it just started.

[Cheers and applause]

We're in a time warp now, just now flashing forward.

>> It's getting better and better so we're psyched that the material is getting better.

David: The material is modern because we're going to show a clip, stuff that we all deal with in real life, this is when you confront a teenaged daughter about negative tweets out there.

>> You think first and then you tweet.

>> Mom.

>> Colleges are looking at you, nicky. You think they want students who publicly flame their teachers?

>> Like you did in high school?

>> What? I respected my teachers.

>> Really? Because in that slam book of yours I found in storage you said some pretty mean stuff about them.

>> That is different.

>> How is it different?

>> How? Writing in a notebook for a few friends is a lot different than tweeting on the internet for a few thousand.

>> I only have 200 followers.

>> Yeah, well now you have one less, rutgers.

[Cheers and applause]

Kelly: I didn't realize rutgers followed people.

>> Why is she talking back to me? Why is she talking back to me that way?

Kelly: Why are daughters always talking back to their mothers?

[Cheers and applause]

David: Never happens at your house.

>> Does that happen to you?

Kelly: Constantly. During commercial break I'll fill you in, it's "blue bloods," airs to night at 10:00 p.m. On cbs! Check out bridget moynahan in "blue bloods" everybody.

Kelly: Coming up next, jason schwartzman is here.

Announcer: Still ahead on "live," from the new film "listen up phillip," jason schwartzman.

[Cheers and applause]

David: You know him from films as "rushmore," "saving mr. Bank" and the grand budapest hotel." Please welcome jason schwartzman. Cheers and applause]o%

>> How are you? Good to see you man.

[Cheers and applause]

>> Hello, how are you?

Kelly: Well, we have to take a commercial break!

>> Yes.

Kelly: Welcome, welcome back.

>> Thank you guys so much for hugging me. I appreciate that.

Kelly: That was romantic and sweet and warm.

>> Well, it was real. It was real. I'm a hugger. I do love to hug.

Kelly: You do?

>> I sure do.

Kelly: Sweet.

>> Really?


David: They're like why are we sitting over here.

>> I'll hug you, you raise your hand I'll hug you later. Got you.

Kelly: A lot of volunteers. So I know, I always make this mistake, I always assume that you're a new yorker but you're not a new yorker.

>> No, no.

Kelly: Why do people assume that you're a new yorker?

>> Because I have dark hair and sometimes a beard. And yeah, I don't know why people think I'm from here. You know my parents, my dad was from brooklyn, my mom is from long island, I'm from california.


Kelly: They're from canada by the way.

David: They just want a hug.

>> But yeah, people just think 'm from the tri-state area, no idea why. Where are you from?

Kelly: South jersey. That must be distinguished.

>> No, I've never healed a resident here to be honest with you. I love it so much. But I'm born and raised in southern california, that's where --

David: You don't look tired but I know you've got a new baby at home. House is full of women.

>> Yeah, I had a second daughter, a little girl. So now it's me, my wife, my first daughter marlo and una is our second girl. So it's a lot of girls.key: A l.

>> I love it, I love it.

Kelly: You are going to be so break. You're going to have to get a lot of other jobs.

>> Right now it's hand me downs, but I love the female energy. I think I do better with it to be honest with you.

David: Canada agrees.

>> I honestly feel that the type of games we play, dressing up, these are things that I love to do naturally, and so I feel that like if I had a son, for instance, he would be way more masculine than me by like eight months old.


He would like want to blow things up. I'm not, let's save it sweetie, we spent all day building it. I love it and my daughter like we play department store, she has this game that she plays where she puts stuff around the room and I have to come in and things will be for sale. Like these flowers will be for sell and say excuse me ma'am are these for sell? Oh yeah, these are for sell, we have those, we have them in a seven and an eight. And then I say ok.

[Cheers and applause]

Kelly: That's my kind of house.

>> She's amazing.

Kelly: We have to take a commercial break but when we return we're going to find out how an evening in new york city helped you land your latest role. I want to find out about that.

[Cheers and applause]

Announcer: Monday on "live," from the new

>> Just getting ready. Things will be pretty crazy for me after the release. This might be the last time I'm home for a week the next eight or possibly nine months. Definitely busy. Los angeles in january, san francisco, the whole west coast thing I'm told to expect big things.

>> You sound like you're bragging.

>> That's because I am bragging.

[Cheers and applause]

David: That's from "listen up phillip." I love this story about how you really wanted to be in this film, walked into this sort of date with a director?

>> Yeah, essentially I read the script for this movie and I loved it so much. I was able to meet the director. I didn't know where I stood in terms of getting the part. We were supposed to have dinner. I didn't know if he was going to meet another actor the next day or had been an actor before me. We went to dinner and instantly I loved him. He made some remark under his breath, we had to wait like 10 minutes for this table while it opened up and he said something under his breath, I was like I love this man. We had this nice dinner, great evening. Then afterwards I didn't want it to end. And we had a drink and while we were drinking I was just thinking this guy is so great. I can't wait to do this maybe with him. And my heart was like please let this happen. We started talking about ice apothecary, a great place. And we ended up going on a seven hour, it was like a date. It really was a date. We had dinner, drinks, ice cream. I gave him some of my ice cream. He gave me some of his, it was amazing. It was romantic.

Kelly: I'm so thankful you got h job! What if you didn't get the job, you would have died.

>> I would have --

David: You didn't even have to go for ice cream.

>> At the end he said are we going to make this movie together, I said yeah, is that what you're saying, we can do this. He said yes. He did say something to me that was the greatest. He said yes, I mean in my mind your one of two team that would play this part. Which made me think thank you so much, who is the other person.

Kelly: Did he ever tell you the other person?

>> No, I don't want to know. But it was romantic. And it ended up being one of the best experiences of my life. He's one of my best friends now.

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Kelly: That's so great! The film is "listen up phillip," it's in theaters in new york today. Today in new york! Nationwide october 24 and on itunes and on command on october 21. So make sure you check out jason schwartzman in "listen up phillip."

David: Next up, we're going to twirl some pizza dough.

Announcer: Tuesday on "live," from the new film "john wick," keen ewe reeves. Lye live brings you the biggest tv stars.

Kelly: Yes it does.

>> Movie stars.

Kelly: Oh yes it does.

>> With the two best hosts.

Kelly: Does it do that? Yes it does!

Announcer: Next "live," naomi watts, plus tori spelling. T

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Kelly: I just want to say one thing, we can all agree that this is sexy. That's all I'm going to say.

David: Do I get to take this with me?

Kelly: Yes you do. We are celebrating national pizza month with pizza acrobatics! See a demonstration from an 11 time world pizza champion. Of "the business pible." Please welcome tony!

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Kelly: That was crazy! Hi! Welcome. Come back here. First of all, we're not going to cook with that dough.

David: You guys can have that.

Kelly: Pizza is happiness, pizza is life.

>> It is, it is.

Kelly: So how did you know that you were good at flipping pizzas in between your legs? And do you ever turn those into pizzas that we eat?

>> Once in a while. I was 18, my brother had the idea of opening up a pizza rhea and I said hey, if you toss in the air and do some tricks, I got pretty good at it. Won a number of world titles, then went to the cooking categories and won a bunch of word titles there.

Kelly: Teach us how to toss because david and I have been thinking about taking our relationship to the next level, which is pizza making.

>> Let's start with the basics. Let's push out our dough. So we want to be soft on our dough. We don't want to be hard. Be nice and soft because the softer you are on the dough the more lighter and flavor there is because we're keeping the gas in our dough.

Kelly: Keeping the gas in our dough.

>> Let's pick our pizza up, gently slap it back and forth. Hand stretching, look at that.

Kelly: Oh my gosh, you're stretching it out.

David: Stretch the dough before the toss.

>> More around the edges like that. On the count of three we're going to toss it. First, what hand do you --


What hand do you write with?

Kelly: The right hand.

>> Right palm out, practice, e're not going to do it yet. Three, catch.

David: All right, ready?

>> Nice.

Kelly: No hole in mine david muir.

>> So the more we toss it out the more it drives out that crust, making it crunchy on the outside and light and airy in the middle.

Kelly: Hey, we're going to sample some pizza when we come back, why not.

Announcer: Monday on "live," reality star tori spelling. Kekat

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Kelly: We're back with tony, author of "the pizza bible." We are cooking from the pizza bible tonight in our house.

>> You'll love it, it's easy, super easy.

David: These are all in the book?

>> All regional styles in the u.s. When you go to new haven, that coal fire pizza, that's the broiler method. Some people say you kent get that char but with the boiler method you can.

Kelly: Wow.

>> Chicago cracker thin. Look at this pizza.

David: I think I'm going with the chicago.

>> Look at that bottom. I got a great bottom.

Kelly: You do have a great bottom, congratulations on it.

>> I've been working on it.

David: Where's this from?

>> Jersey style, trenton style, jersey pizzas.


Yeah, papa's, some of the old school with tomato sauce, it's a tomato pie right there. So detroit style. Who's from detroit here? Nice. So when you think of buddy's, you fy of guys like sean bringing it back. It's an old school pizza charred around the edges, brick cheese, not that familiar.

David: All the recipes are on the website.

Kelly: I guess I should try this.

>> So look at that pie.

Kelly: It looks amazing.

>> This is what you want, you what to krizle that detroit style out and taste that flavor of cheder, burnt cheder.

Kelly: You want that.

David: I want that.

>> Last but not at least, st. Louis style, anybody from st. Louis, st. Louis in the audience?

David: We love institution.

>> So emo's pizza, a pizza you're trying to cook good, in a home oven you want to think about the browning act. So sugar or malt should be at 500, 550 degrees. You can cook restaurant pizza in your home oven and that's the pizza bible.

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David: The pizza bible!

Kelly: We'll be right back. That was amazing.

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Kelly: I want to thank david muir, "world news tonight" with david muir, 6:30 on abc. Muir, "world news tonight" with david muir, 6:30 on abc. You

>> Here she is now, ellen degeneres.

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>> Ellen: Thank you so much. Have a seat. You are ming up interesting moves. Some rows were very interesting. You know what I like to do? I like to come out here with new and interesting information to give you because I say giving is living. More people are working from home than evew many home?

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A lot of different names for people that work from home. Telecommuters, remote workers, on parole.


I know a lot of my viewers work from home and I cannot imagine how distracting that would be. Actually, I can imagine it.

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