TODAY | February 13, 2014
>> it's time for a new version of al's russian class. brand spanking new. the other one was only three days old. our students are snowboarders, kaitlyn farrington and kelly clark and hannah teter --
>> no, meredith.
>> i thought you pointed to her and said " hannah teter ."
>> this is a new version of the class, isn't it? so, ladies, and you folks at home, how do you say congratulations in russian?
>> couldn't tell ya.
>> any idea?
>> i like the old version.
>> give us some tips.
>> okay, here's the russian -- let's move on.
>> you don't have it?
>> okay. it's -- natalie, you speak russian. how do you say congratulations? [ attempting to speak russian ]
>> let's put up the next thing and show you what it is. i can't even see it.
>> what does that mean?
>> where's the bathroom?
>> russia is my homeland?
>> no, very close, though.
>> russia is a wonderful country. there you go. how do you like the new version? [ cheers and applause ]
>> we need a new version!
>> that's al's russian class!