Kathie Lee & Hoda: Funny Viewer Submitted Photos
Kathie Lee and Hoda looked at some pretty funny viewer submitted photos:
- The winner of the caption contest from last week was a cat looking at a frog with the caption “Who let the frogs out? Ribbit. Ribbit. Ribbit.”
- Another picture showed a sign that read, “If you’re drinking to forget, please pay in advance.”
- A sign that read, “Historic lifesaving station cemetery.”
- A sign in a restaurant read “Suitable for vegetarians” which was placed right above chicken fingers with french fries.
- Another sign which read, “Ask for free $10 massage.”
Kathie Lee & Hoda: Easter Trivia Contest
Kathie Lee and Hoda had some Easter trivia on the show today which meant some Today Show fans walked away with some awesome prizes. Kathie Lee headed over to the NBC Experience Store where she quizzed some fans while Hoda talked with Elaine Griffin about some additional Easter trivia. See if you get some of the answers to the questions correct.
How many chocolate Easter bunnies are made for Easter each year? – 90 million a year. Griffin said a fun fact about chocolate Easter bunnies is that 76 percent of people start eating the bunny’s ears first. She told Hoda Americans are just a bunch of “ear vampires.”
When was the first Easter egg roll on the White House lawn? – 1878. Rutherford B. Hayes was the President then and unlike today, they used to use real eggs. Now, children are given commemorative wooden eggs they can take home after the egg roll is completed.
How many glasses of wine must one drink during the Passover seder? – Four glasses. Griffin said the four glasses represent the four promises made by God to the Hebrews in Exodus.
True or False: Easter is the largest candy holiday. – False. Halloween is the largest candy holiday with over two billion pieces of candy bought for the holiday. Easter is a close second with 1.9 billion pieces of candy sold.
What does the Easter egg symbolize? – Rebirth. It symbolizes the rebirth of spring, the rebirth of Christianity and the resurrection of Jesus.