-Congratulations on winning.
-Thank you. -This is the trophy right here.
Do you mind if I bring it up? -That’s good. -Wow! It’s actually
really heavy. Look at this.
[ Cheers and applause ] ♪♪
Yeah. -Yeah, just set it right there.
-That’s really heavy. -Yeah.
-Wow. What a great trophy. What are you
going to do with this? -Probably hang
it up somewhere or, like, put it on, like,
one of my desks. -You can’t hang this thing.
It’s 100 pounds. -Yeah, yeah, I can’t hang — -You have to lean it against —
It’s so heavy. You got to build
a whole new room around it. I want to put
this over here just for now so I can see your face,
because it’s giant. Explain this to me.
How does it work? What goes into it? Because I think people think, “Oh, you just play
video games and you won.” It’s like, no,
I think there’s — You put a lot of work into this. -Yeah.
-Am I right? -So, like,
long practice every day. Like, every day, I wake up,
got to, like, warm up my hands for 30 minutes. Then I got to pretty much,
like, you know, play — warm up my hands
by playing, like, “Fortnite Creative,”
stuff like that. -So, wait.
Walk me through your day. So, what time do you wake up? -We talking school day
or a weekend? -Let’s talk weekend.
-Maybe like 12:00, 1:00. -Oh, man.
I want to be you so bad, dude. I’m really — I’m so jealous.
I’m so jealous of you right now. So, you wake up
at 12:00 noon, yeah? And before you warm up
your hands, what do you do? Yeah. What do you eat?
What do you eat at 12:00 noon? -Maybe a banana.
-Okay. Gotcha. All right, I like bananas.
-Yeah. -So, you get a —
But then you get on to the game and you start playing
immediately or no? -Yeah, I, like, get on,
warm up with that, and then I go into,
like, a call, talk to, like,
my friends, and all that, go over strategies and then — -Do you play just strangers or
do you play with, like, a — -No, like, a team, like, friends
and stuff like that, yeah. -You’re on a team now.
-Mm-hmm. -What is the name of your team?
-Sentinels. -Sentinels. Yeah, so,
you get on with those guys and you —
It’s Monday through — It’s every day or what is it? -Pretty much, yeah.
It’s like my job. -That’s — Wow. And did your parents —
I know they’re proud of you, but, at first,
were they like… I mean, yeah. But, at first,
they got to be like, “Hey, we got to talk, Bugha.” You know, yeah, let’s –”
What is Bugha from? -My grandpa gave me the name
when I was, like, a baby. He used to say like,
“Bugha, Bugha, Bugha,” and I used to laugh. -Oh, no way.
-So that’s where I get it from. -Hey, good for that.
I love grandpa stories. So, your parents
go, “Okay, this is fun, but you got to get
working over at, like, 7-Eleven or something. You got to get a job.” -Yeah, so, like, pretty much,
when they found out, like, I could actually do this for
pretty much a job, like, was when I pretty much got
signed to the team and all that. But before that, I just did,
like, little competitions and made, like,
a little bit of money off that. -Like, how much money did you
win the first competition? -$100.
-Yeah, nothing. -Yeah, nothing.
[ Laughs ] -What are you? 16? $100? You must have
freaked out and said, “Mom, dad, this is something. I can make money. And they’re like,
“It’s only $100, buddy.” But that’s a lot of money. -To me, it was at the time,
because, like — -To me, it is now.
Yeah, I mean… Wow, $100? So you win 100 bucks and then
you go, “I can do this.” And then this happens.
I mean, did you freak out? -I don’t know. It’s like I had, like,
no emotion, but, at the same time,
it felt, like, unreal. I don’t know. -Because you were just — You
were just in the zone? -Yeah, pretty much. -So, what time of day was
this that you won? -When it happened?
-Yeah. -Like midday yesterday. -Like when you wake up?
12:00 noon? Yeah. Woke up, had a banana,
won $3 million. No big deal. Not bad. So, I just — I’ve got to
congratulate you on this. This is great.
This is a great trophy. And I hope to
see you again, buddy. Congratulations.
-Thank you. -Good job.
-Appreciate it. -Kyle “Bugha” Giersdorf.
-And now here to perform
“I Cain’t Say No,” from Rodgers and Hammerstein’s
“Oklahoma!”, Ali Stroker. [ Cheering and applause ] -♪ It ain’t ♪ ♪ So much a question
of not knowin’ what to do ♪ ♪ I knowed what’s right
and wrong since I been ten ♪ ♪ I heared a lot of stories ♪ ♪ And I reckon they are true ♪ ♪ About how girls
are put upon by men ♪ ♪ I know I mustn’t
fall into the pit ♪ ♪ But when I’m with a feller ♪ [ Inhales sharply ] ♪ I fergit ♪ ♪♪ ♪ I’m just a girl
who cain’t say no ♪ ♪ I’m in a terrible fix ♪ ♪ I always say,
“Come on, let’s go” ♪ ♪ Just when I orta say nix ♪ ♪ When a person
tries to kiss a girl ♪ ♪ I know she orta
give his face a smack ♪ ♪ But as soon
as someone kisses me ♪ ♪ I somehow sorta
wanta kiss him back ♪ ♪ I’m just a fool
when lights are low ♪ ♪ I cain’t be prissy
and quaint ♪ ♪ I ain’t the type
that can faint ♪ ♪ How can I be what I ain’t? ♪ ♪ I cain’t say no ♪ ♪ What you gonna do
when a feller gits flirty ♪ ♪ And starts to talk purty ♪ ♪ What you gonna do? ♪ ♪ Supposin’ that he says that
yer lips are like cherries ♪ ♪ Or roses or berries ♪ ♪ What you gonna do? ♪ ♪ Supposin’ that he says
that you’re sweeter than cream ♪ ♪ And he’s gotta have cream
or die ♪ ♪ What you gonna do
when he talks that way? ♪ ♪ Spit in his eye? ♪ ♪ I’m just a girl
who cain’t say no ♪ ♪ Cain’t seem
to say it at all ♪ ♪ I hate
to disserpoint a beau ♪ ♪ When he is payin’ a call ♪ ♪ Fer a while,
I act refined and cool ♪ [ Laughter ] ♪ A-sittin’ on
a velveteen settee ♪ ♪ Then I think
of that old Golden Rule ♪ ♪ And do fer him
what he would do fer me ♪ ♪ I cain’t resist a Romeo ♪ ♪ In a sombrero and chaps ♪ ♪ Soon as I sit
on their laps ♪ ♪ Somethin’ inside of me snaps ♪ ♪ I cain’t say no ♪ ♪♪ ♪ I’m just a girl
who cain’t say no ♪ ♪ Kissin’s my favorite food ♪ ♪ With or without
the mistletoe ♪ ♪ I’m in a holiday mood ♪ ♪ Other girls are coy
and hard to catch ♪ ♪ But other girls
ain’t havin’ any fun ♪ ♪ Every time I lose
a wrestlin’ match ♪ ♪ I have a funny feelin’
that I won ♪ ♪ Though I can feel
the undertow ♪ ♪ I never make a complaint ♪ ♪ Till it’s too late
fer restraint ♪ ♪ Then when I want to,
I cain’t ♪ ♪ I cain’t say… ♪ ♪ N-o-o-o-o,
whoo-ooh! ♪ [ Cheering and applause ] -Come on! Oh! Oh! Oh, my goodness!
Come on! That is how you do it!
That is how you do it! Ali Stroker! [ Cheers and applause ] Go see “Oklahoma!” now, playing on Broadway at the
Circle in the Square Theatre. Fantastic.
-I am so excited about this. Tonight,
we are coming to you live! [ Cheers and applause ] Live!
Whoa! And this is very special —
our entire audience is filled with Democrats
who are running for president. So, unbelievable.
[ Cheers and applause ] Fantastic.
Congratulations. Yeah, just like the debate,
everyone here gets 10 seconds to talk.
[ Laughter ] And since it’s NBC,
if you go past your time, you’re gonna hear this. [ Dramatic tone ] Okay.
That’s the way it works. Now, the debate
was right here at NBC, and there was a lot
of excitement in the building. It felt
just like the Super Bowl, you know, if 20 teams
played the game over two nights and the winner wasn’t decided
for another year. But besides that… But it’s true — we’re live, and we just watched the first
Democratic debate down in Miami. If you missed it,
here’s what happened. There were 10 Democrats
on stage, and to qualify, all a candidate needed
was to poll at 1% or higher. [ Laughter ] That’s it? One per–
I mean, even O.J. is at 2%. -Oh.
[ Laughter ] -But once it got under way, something very interesting
happened. In his first question
of the night, Beto O’Rourke decided
to start speaking Spanish. Watch this. -And it’s gonna take all of us
coming together to make sure that it does. [ Speaking Spanish ] [ Laughter ] -Cory Booker’s face.
[ Laughter ] Oh, Cory B– yeah. Trump was watching like, “Crap.
Did I hit the SAP button? What is it?
What is it?” [ Laughter ] [ Cheers and applause ] Then, when they called on
Bill de Blasio, he was like, “Uh, thank-a you-o.
I’m-a happy to be here-o.” [ Laughter ] Meanwhile, Cory Booker
saw Beto speaking Spanish and decided to join in, too.
Watch him. -[ Speaking Spanish ] [ Laughter ] -He sounds
like Arnold Schwarzenegger learning Rosetta Stone. He’s like…
[ Speaking Spanish loudly ] [ Laughter ] [ Speaking Spanish loudly ] [ Cheers and applause ] Meanwhile, over on Telemundo,
they were speaking English. -Really?
-It was unbelievable tonight. -Wow!
-Yeah, Beto and Booker both spoke Spanish,
but it’s not that crazy because Miami has a large
Spanish-speaking community. I just hope that the next debate
is in Boston so I can hear them say, “We need free college
for anyone who is wicked smart.” [ Laughter ] Later on, we got our first look
at one of the underdogs, former Maryland Congressman
John Delaney. Take a look at this guy.
Yeah. [ Laughter ] He looks like a talking thumb.
[ Laughter ] Well, as expected,
Elizabeth Warren and Cory Booker did well tonight,
but I actually thought Bill de Blasio
did a pretty good job, too. The New Yorkers are like, “Where the hell’s
this friggin’ guy been? Hey, whoa, hey!” Meanwhile, later on —
[ Feedback ] -Welcome back to “Today” —
-Sorry, sorry. That’s a mic. Can someone turn
Savannah Guthrie’s microphone off?
Thank you. Appreciate it. So, during the debate, there were
some technical difficulties. Take a look at this. -Should there be a role
for the federal government — -The mics are on.
-Everybody’s mics are on. Think we had
a little mic issue in the back. -Control room,
we’ve got contrary audio. -We had the —
I think we heard — Yeah, we have
the audience audio. -What’s happening? [ Laughter ] -Then Vladimir Putin was like,
“Is too easy.” [ Laughter ] “Is too easy.” [ Laughs ] Now, get this — Trump tweeted
and called the debate boring. But he still watched
even though he also said it was a “very unexciting
group of people.” As opposed to the rock stars
he usually hangs out with, like Mike Pence
and Steve Mnuchin. [ Laughter ] But I think
I know why Trump’s upset. He’s probably
jealous of the Democrats. You know, if you think about it,
they got to be on TV, they got
to talk about themselves, and they got to be in Florida. It’s like, “These are
my three favorite things! I can’t believe it!”
[ Laughter ] There’s a lot going on
in the race, and there’s
so many Democrats running, it’s hard to keep up,
so we thought we’d help you out. Enjoy. ♪♪ -♪ Bernie Sanders ♪
-♪ Tulsi Gabbard ♪ -♪ Julián Castro ♪
-♪ Beto O’Rourke ♪ -♪ Elizabeth Warren ♪
-♪ John Delaney ♪ -♪ Kirsten Gillibrand
from New York ♪ -♪ Cory Booker ♪
-♪ Andrew Yang ♪ -♪ I’m Bill de Blasio ♪
-♪ Tim Ryan ♪ -♪ Michael Bennet ♪
-♪ I’m Eric Swalwell ♪ -♪ Marianne Williamson ♪
-♪ Joe Biden ♪ [ Laughs ] -♪ I’m Jay Inslee ♪
-♪ Kamala Harris ♪ -♪ My name is Pete Buttigieg ♪
-♪ I’m Amy Klobuchar ♪ ♪ And I approve this message ♪
-Yay! -♪ I’m John Hickenlooper ♪ ♪ Skinny kid
with a funny last name ♪ -♪ Now,
who the hell’s gonna beat me? ♪ ♪ Their policies
are just insane ♪ -♪ Gun control ♪
-♪ Equality ♪ -♪ Climate change ♪
-♪ Voting rights ♪ -♪ Campaign finance ♪
-♪ Free tuition ♪ -♪ Living wages ♪ -♪ Will not deny
social justice ♪ -♪ Join the fight ♪
♪ Identify ♪ -♪ A woman’s right ♪
-♪ It’s true ♪ -♪ No excuse ♪
-♪ We can’t afford to lose ♪ -♪ Democratic candidates are
here to change the world today ♪ -♪ I’m gonna change my slogan ♪ ♪ We’ll sell many,
many more hats that way ♪ -♪ Focus on the future ♪ -♪ There is nothing
we can’t overcome ♪ -♪ Democratic candidates are
not afraid of Donald Trump ♪ -♪ When people come after me ♪ ♪ That’s really, really,
really dumb ♪ -♪ Democratic candidates
will never defeat Donald Trump ♪ -♪ Extreme radical Democrats ♪ -Thank you very much.
-There you go. [ Cheers and applause ] I hope that helps. [ Applause ] And did you
see the stage tonight? All the candidates were standing
in front of a fake White House. Take a look at this.
Yeah. [ Laughter ] Meanwhile,
inside the real White House, Trump was
looking out the window like, “Why can’t I see them?
Am I in the wrong — Am I in the Upside Down?” [ Laughter ] Earlier today, each candidate
got to spend a few minutes doing a walk-through
on the stage just to check out the mics
and all that stuff. Most of them
wore suits and dresses, but Ohio Congressman Tim Ryan
did things a little differently. Watch this.
-All right, 2020 contender Tim Ryan is on the debate stage
right now doing his walk-through.
That’s gonna be happening through the course of the day. -He’s like, “Hurry up, dude! I got to get to the quad
for Frisbee golf! I mean, what’s going on?!”
[ Laughter ] Guys, it seems like
there’s so much going on in the news right now. The Democratic debates
are this week, everybody’s talking about
“Toy Story 4,” Wimbledon is also starting up, and KFC just announced a new
Cheetos Chicken Sandwich. There’s a lot to go over,
so let’s all just jump in, cover it all at once. It’s time for a News Smash. [ Cheers and applause ] ♪♪ First up,
the Democratic debates. 10 Democrats
went head-to-head tonight, and 10 more
will do the same thing tomorrow. There are some
obvious front-runners, but other candidates
aren’t very popular at all. You know what is popular?
“Toy Story 4.” It’s part of one of the most
successful film franchises ever. These movies
get people so emotional, by the time
they leave the theater, they’re an absolute mess. Speaking of absolute messes,
KFC’s new Cheetos sandwich. It’s fried chicken
with Cheetos on top, drenched in
a Cheetos-flavored sauce. If you’re the kind of person who
plans on ordering this thing, you know what
you probably won’t be doing? Competing at Wimbledon. It’s the biggest, classiest
tennis tournament of the year, where players are required
to wear all white. You know who shouldn’t
wear all white? Anyone trying to eat
KFC’s Cheetos sandwich. I mean, all the Cheeto dust, and this thing
can’t be good for you. The number of calories
probably goes all the way to infinity and beyond.
[ Laughter ] The “Toy Story” movies
have introduced us to so many great characters,
it’s hard to keep up. You know what else
is hard to keep up with? All these Democrats.
They just keep going back and forth and back forth. You know what else
goes back and forth? Tennis!
And qualifying for Wimbledon takes years
of blood, sweat, and tears. Speaking of tears, “Toy Story.” These movies
can cause a lot of heartache, but if you really want
your heart to hurt, why not try
KFC’s Cheetos sandwich? In conclusion, good luck,
good luck, good luck, good luck. [ Cheers and applause ]
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-Happy Thanksgiving. -Is it — Well, not yet. -No, no.
-Coming up. -No, today is Thanksgiving. -It is?
-Yeah, today. Happy Thanksgiving. Happy Thanksgiving, man. Thanks for coming over.
Thanks for coming over, man. -Did you make any food, or — -I have just liquids, just —
-Yeah. -I just pureed
some turkey and stuff — -Happy Thanksgiving.
-Happy Thanksgiving. What are you doing for
Thanksgiving? Anything cool? -Yeah, super cool stuff. [ Laughter ] -Yeah, man.
-Hold on. Listen to this. I’m going to the house
where my wife grew up in Boston. -There you go, man. [ Howls ] [ Cheers and applause ] [ Imitates air horn blaring ] [ Beatboxing ] -To hang out
with my mother-in-law. -Wow.
[ Laughter ] -And they have a basement. [ Laughter ] -Wow. Wow, that’s fun.
-And they’re gonna be — Yeah.
-The kids must love that. -The kids love it. The kids do.
They love going to Boston. -Yeah.
-Because there’s no basements in California.
Houses don’t have basements. -That’s right. -So a basement is like
a magical place… for them.
[ Laughter ] -Yeah, a little clubhouse.
-They go down there and, you know,
have Nerf gun battles. -And then the other big thing we
do is we go to Dunkin’ Donuts. [ Laughter ] -When you’re in Boston? -Their uncle,
my brother-in-law… -Yeah.
-…my wife’s brother — -Yeah. -…takes them
to Dunkin’ Donuts, and they get to just
pick whatever they want. [ Light laughter ] -That’s what you do
when you go to Boston? -So that’s what happens… -Wow.
-…when we go to Boston. -[ Howls ]
-Yeah! Whoo! -You’re hosting “SNL”
this weekend. -I know. -I’m so excited.
-Thank you. [ Cheers and applause ] -For the fifth time.
-Back up. It’s always a fun, surreal
experience to go back. You’ve done it.
-Doesn’t it smell the same, like, when you —
-The aroma is still rich. -Yeah.
-Yeah. -It feels like going back to
your high school or something. Either it’s the paint
on the floor or something — -Yeah, there’s something —
-Yeah. But it’s good. It’s good. And they got
a good cast up there. -Great cast.
A lot to talk about in the news. -Yeah, that’s true.
-Uh-huh. Right? -But what do you — When people
talk about your best of “SNL” or things that you’ve done
on the show, I know what everyone
brings up to me, which you’re involved in. [ Both laugh ] Anyway, let’s talk about
something else. -Cowbell. Cowbell sketch. -Yes, the cowbell sketch.
-Right? -That’s what I was gonna say.
I was gonna say that. I was gonna talk
about the cowbell. -You were a major part of that. -I was a really major part
of the cowbell sketch. It was all you. It was all you. This is a picture of —
-And there’s Jimmy. -Yeah.
-That’s me there. -Right.
-That’s Kattan, Parnell. -Look at that hair. -Horatio Sanz.
-And — -That’s you, and that is
Christopher Walken. -Which is —
It’s the strangest thing. [ Laughter ] -And that’s Christopher Walken. -That’s Christopher Walken
across from that. [ Laughter ] -Look at —
That shirt is insane. -You maintain that
between dress rehearsal and air that I went and put
a tighter shirt on. -I think you did. Didn’t you? -I thought it just hiked — I thought I just put
a little more mustard into it. And then it hiked up. -Is that right? I thought — -But you thought I put
a tighter shirt on, you think? -I thought you did, because this doesn’t even
feel like a shirt that should — [ Laughter ] It’s insane. Everyone else
is wearing other shirts. I think I would have — But you were coming up
a little bit in dress. -Yeah.
-But that was high up. -Yeah. -And that was —
That was low down. -But you might be right.
Maybe I — -I mean, you barely
had a shirt on. -Maybe I switched it
to a tighter shirt. -‘Cause I remember
it was so loud on air because — -Oh, with — Yeah. I banged it much louder
than the dress. -No, but I mean
the audience response. Oh, the response. Yeah. -Yeah, but, I mean, like,
the sketch was on at the end of the show,
I believe, which is where usually
the weirder sketches are. -Yeah, yeah.
-And it was working so well that the floor started shaking. -Oh, I don’t remember that. -Yeah. Yeah. -I was just in a haze.
-You were in a — Dude, you were in a comedy haze. -I was staring you down. But you — ‘Cause you were laughing.
But I was laughing, too, but the beard was just
protecting — You couldn’t see it.
You couldn’t see it. -‘Cause, dude, I —
-Wait, put the picture back up. Look. See,
the beard is hiding — See, I’m smiling.
I’m smiling right there. -I mean, that was —
That started it for me. That was my whole thing —
-But here’s the crazy thing. So, I go to see Christopher
Walken years later… -Yeah.
-…in a play. I say hello to him backstage. And he’s like, “You know, you’ve ruined my life.” [ Laughter ] What? “People during the curtain call
bring cowbells and ring them. [ Laughter ] The other day, I went
for an Italian food lunch. And the waiter asked
if I wanted more cowbell with my pasta Bolognese.” [ Laughter ] And I think he was
really mad at me. -No way. -He had a little smile, but — -Well, because he had
such a great career. But, you know —
-He is a great actor. -From “The Deer Hunter”…
-Yeah. -…to “Pulp Fiction”…
-“Pulp Fiction.” He’s amazing. -…to “More Cowbell.”
That’s all he gets. -That’s all he gets now? So it made a lot of people
happy, but… -Christopher —
…ruined one person’s life. -Ruined one person.
But what are you going to do? -That’s good odds.
-Right? -That’s decent odds.
You know what I’m saying?