Today Show

Season 59 Episode 125

June 24, 2010

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Aired Weekdays 7:00 AM Jun 24, 2010 on NBC
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June 24, 2010
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President Obama dismisses Gen. McChrystal over controversial Rolling Stone article. Interview with Michael Hastings, the author of the article. BP removes and reseats cap after an underwater vehicle knocks it over. Bruce Beresford-Redman wanted in Mexico. Farah Fawcett's passing, one year later. John Isner is one of the players in the longest tennis match in history. Chris Rock talks Grown Ups. Today Lends a Hand finds Al in Nashville, Tennessee. Peter Arnell on adapting business life to your home life. The growing trend of female bodyguards. Seed schools help out local communities. Colin Cowie on planning a 4th of July party. Chef Mike Mills does barbecue. Maria Bello talks Grown Ups. Karen Tack makes cupcakes. David Mizejewski on campground animals. Chef Susan Feniger makes a clam dish.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Matt Lauer

    Matt Lauer

    Co-Anchor

    Meredith Vieira

    Meredith Vieira

    Co-Anchor

    Al Roker

    Al Roker

    Weather and Feature Reporter

    Amy Robach

    Amy Robach

    National Correspondent

    Hoda Kotb

    Hoda Kotb

    Fourth Hour Co-Anchor

    Kathie Lee Gifford

    Kathie Lee Gifford

    Fourth Hour Co-Anchor

    Ryan O'Neal

    Ryan O'Neal

    Himself

    Guest Star

    John Isner

    John Isner

    Himself

    Guest Star

    Peter Arnell

    Peter Arnell

    Himself

    Guest Star

    Chuck Todd

    Chuck Todd

    Chief White House Correspondent

    Recurring Role

    Richard Engel

    Richard Engel

    Correspondent

    Recurring Role

    Miguel Almaguer

    Miguel Almaguer

    Correspondent

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (3)

      • (Amy wraps up the segment on female bodyguards.)
        Amy: And while there aren't any hard numbers yet, 30 years ago, female bodyguards were unheard of, now, many security teams say they have at least one female on duty. And most notably we're told the demand for women has outpaced the supply, so ladies, in this economy, if you're interested, there may be work out there for you.
        Meredith: We should all sign on.
        (camera jumps back to Amy, Meredith, Matt, and Savannah.)
        Matt: Well, look, I think I'm surrounded by my security detail right now. This is good.
        Meredith: You better watch it.
        Savannah: Meredith needs a bodyguard after making fun of those shoes.
        Meredith: Exactly.

      • (John Isner on the Today show on the third day of playing in the longest tennis match in history.)
        John Isner: I'm a little haggard, I'd like to say, obviously. I think I only slept like six hours last night. The sun came beaming in at 4am here, so the body's not feeling great. (looking down briefly) I have no skin on either one of my pinky toes. It's been tough out there, but hopefully I can come out there today and get it done.

      • (Savannah Guthrie at the news desk reporting on the US winning its World Cup match.)
        Savannah: On Wednesday, Landon Donovan scored late in the game to gave the U.S. a dramatic 1-0 win over Algeria. Some are calling it the 'Miracle on Grass'. It's now 7:16, back to Meredith and Matt. And Matt, I thought that's what you called your golf game?
        Matt: Well, thank you.
        Meredith: No, no, that's what Matt called his college years.
        (Everyone laughs.)
        Meredith: Miracle on grass, if I remember correctly.
        Matt: See, the problem is I don't remember correctly.
        Savannah: Meredith said that.
        Meredith: Meanwhile, Savannah and I, we are ready to take over for those tennis players in Wimbledon. If they can't handle it, we got our whites on.
        (Meredith and Savannah are both wearing white blouses.)
        Savannah: I think we all did a good job of color coordinating today.
        Meredith: Oh yeah, Matt, you did as well. (Matt is wearing a tan jacket with white colored shirt and brown tie.)
        Matt: Very nice, so it's gonna be 95 out there at the same time and we're doing Al's job for him, as he made his way to Memphis, Tennessee. Day 4 of his Lend a Hand Today tour. Mr. Roker, good morning.
        Meredith: Hey, Al.
        Al: Hey good morning, Matt, Meredith. Savannah Guthrie bringing the thunder!

    • NOTES (2)

      • Today's hosts
        Ann is off this week.
        Savannah Guthrie is at the news desk.
        Al Roker is reporting from Memphis and then Nashville, Tennessee.
        Tamron Hall joins Savannah in co-hosting the third hour.

      • Today's guests
        Stefani Greenfield – style expert
        Chef Mike Mills
        Karen Tack – author
        Justin Cronin - author

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Meredith pokes fun of Matt's tan-colored shoes, using a photo of Matt's face on a movie poster that reads Matt's Big Adventure, referencing the movie Pee Wee's Big Adventure.

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