(Jonathon M. Seidl) Ever since NBC’s "Today" has undergone a plethora of drama and been unseated as top morning show by "Good Morning America," things have been a little off over at studio 1A in Rockefeller Center. A prime example: Al Roker’s strange behavior last week.
Last Thursday, a clip surfaced of Roker seemingly calling out fellow host Matt Lauer for Lauer’s apparent behind-the-scenes griping about now-booted co-host Ann Curry. During an interview with a gold medal-winning U.S. Olympic rowing team, Lauer made a comment about being thrown into the Hudson River. That’s when Roker made what seems like a backhanded remark, saying that usually around "Today" people throw each other under the bus:
But he wasn't done there. That same day, Roker had an odd moment that featured him staring blankly into the camera for several seconds as his co-hosts continued talking. That clip has just started making the rounds:
According to the timestamps on the videos, the second clip actually happened first at about 8 am ET, with the other following at about 8:33 am ET.