Tory Johnson has exclusive “Deals and Steals” for “GMA” viewers on must-have items for the kitchen.
Spice up your cooking with discounts on everything from food processors and blenders to kitchen timers and scales, freezable coolers, reusable paper towels and more.
The items start at $6.50 and are all 50 percent off! Go to the GMA site for promo codes and complete deal details.
More kitchen items up to 60% off today at Zulily – type kitchen in the search box:
The last Presidential debate is tomorrow, October 19. We know that Saturday Night Live will have ample material for more humorous skits on Trump and Clinton this weekend – until then we’ll just have to watch last week’s show (how great is Alec Baldwin?!). We also included a clip from James Corden’s Late Late Show.
Saturday Night Live: Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton Town Hall Debate
The Late Late Show with James Corden: Pre Debate Drug Test for Us or Them?
In honor of the upcoming election we found red, white and blue furniture for sale on Craigslist. There are some really good deals from Boston to San Francisco!
In Seattle, Washington – Red Nightstand w/ Deep Drawer~ 26″X18″X14″ – $120
In Boise, Idaho – RECLINER, VERY COMFORTABLE, BLUE W/OAK GRAIN TRIM – $30
In San Francisco Bay Area – White and Chrome Computer Task Chair with Tractor Seat – $40
In Alexandria, Virginia – Red Wood Mirror – NEW Nadeau furniture – $100
In Boston – Jonathan Adler Blue Cube – Large – $75
In Nashville, Tennessee – NEW White Lacquer Storage Coffee Table – $300
We love the option of buying used – already assembled – furniture on Craigslist. See some of the modern finds we came across today from Washington, DC to Los Angeles.
In Washington, DC – 6 Ikea Tobias Chairs
In Los Angeles – v bookcase-room divider from CB2 – $500
In Austin, Texas – CB2 Deco Nightstand
In Rockville, Maryland – New Ikea Storsele Chair – $50
In Chicago – CB2 Slice Floating Storage Shelf – $200
In Louisville, Kentucky – Ikea furniture
In Washington, DC – West Elm Folding Sling Lounge Chairs – $100
Alec Baldwin helped Saturday Night Live kick off its 42nd season by portraying Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump in a cold open that satirized this week’s first presidential debate, but along with Kate McKinnon‘s dead-on Hillary Clinton impression, Baldwin and company mostly re-enacted the surreal debate almost exactly as it happened.
Also, can the candidates please dance onto stage for the next debate on Sunday: