TODAY's Takeaway: Savannah won't 'overshare'; rapping medic cracks up anchors
1. Do you know someone who overshares about their pregnancy or kids? Or is that "someone" you?
Etiquette expert Thomas Farley guided the anchors — including expectant mother Savannah — on what’s acceptable for parents to share on social media.
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2. Parents are outraged over a video of a staged child-kidnapping that two brothers posted on YouTube. Twins Jason and Jeremy Holden told TODAY the video was intended to raise awareness about abductions.
"We didn't really think about what we were doing and we didn't really think about the kids that we were endangering," the filmmakers said.
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3. U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Shareef Stokely, a medic in a video that went viral when he was captured rapping care instructions to a girl wearing a cast, showed off his freestyle skills for the anchors.
"What kid wouldn't want to go to that doctor?" Willie laughed. "I'd break a leg just to go see him. He's the best."
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4. Actress Edie Falco told Savannah that fame has changed her life — for both good and bad.
"[I miss] being anonymous in New York," Falco said. “I'm just a little more self-aware now, because — I don't know — I'm recognized. I don't want to appear to be the jerk I sometimes feel I am."
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And that’s TODAY’s Takeaway!