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'Schwing! Party time!' 9 hilarious bits from KLG, Hoda as 'Wayne's World' hosts
Today marked a new high (or low) for Kathie Lee and Hoda as they traded their Spanx and wine glasses for ripped jeans and red Solo cups. They dressed up at Wayne and Garth from "Wayne's World," and it was awesome!Below are our favorite moments from today's show, which may be one of the most bizarre and hilarious yet.1. "Party time! WOOOOOOO!"2. "Schwing!3. "Double schwing!"4.
Weather got you rattled? TV meteorologist gives forecast as a skeleton
A local Kentucky weatherman gave a bare-bones look at the forecast for Halloween on Friday.Jude "Bones" Redfield, weatherman for Louisville's WDRB, wore a skeleton design attached to a green outfit, which in combination with a green-screen background, turned him into a skeleton from the neck down.
Celebrity Halloween costumes channel Cheetos, Clooneys and much more
Halloween isn't just for kids and it isn't just for the night of Oct. 31 any more. While we were being dazzled by the TODAY anchors' creative "Saturday Night Live"-inspired costume choices on Friday, stars were out and about shining a light on their amazing undertakings. Here are some of our favorites we've seen so far:Here's pregnant Liv Tyler, expecting her second child ...
How to max your Halloween candy haul
To come home with the biggest bag of candy this Halloween, you've got to be willing to be a little devil.Ava Ramsdale has a game plan in place for Halloweens main event. Never mind that her mom was still hunting for her costume accessories at the 11th hour, 10-year old Ramsdale knows exactly which Palo Alto, California doorbell she will ring first.
Middle school girls take the lead in 'Ghostbusters' trailer tribute
Can't wait to catch the"Ghostbusters" reboot with women in the lead roles? No worries. Thanks to a group of middle schoolers, you can already get a glimpse of a reasonable facsimile.
Pucker up: 6 reasons the pickle craze is here to stay
In the food world, whats retro is suddenly all the rage again. Take pickling, the ancient art of using vinegar to preserve vegetables, fruit, fish and even meat. Your grandma probably put up dozens of jars of dilly beans or bread-and-butter cucumber pickles for future family picnics. But these are not exactly grandmas pickles.
'There's something in there!' Watch the TODAY anchors run screaming through a haunted house
Al, Natalie, Willie and Tamron are still recovering from their recent visit to a haunted asylum no, seriously. Just ask Tamron, who tore a muscle from screaming while shooting the segment.The Take team visited the Brighton Asylum in Passaic, New Jersey, which, according to legend, was shut down in 1952 "due to harsh living conditions, staff disappearances and distant screaming.
TODAY's Halloween 2014: How we did it
After breast cancer, holding on to hope of being a mother
When Sarah Lien was diagnosed with an especially aggressive type of breast cancer, she feared the treatment that could save her life would also destroy her dreams of having children. Lien, who lives in Lake Stevens, Washington, opted to postpone chemotherapy for a nerve-wracking two weeks so she could begin fertility treatments.
TODAY anchors scream their way through haunted house