Transcript for Inside the American International Toy Fair
I'm not sure who the biggest kid on the anchor desk is. Whit. It definitely runs -- He's the youngest. Definitely the youngest dude. I'm not the youngest at this desk. Let's talk about rob Marciano. Yeah. Rob is certainly in the running. We send rob and Adrienne for some adult supervision to the giant toy fair that's happening in New York City this weekend. How did it go? It's as big a mistake as you doing cpr on somebody. We didn't want to come back. We had an absolute blast. Everywhere you turned, there was a toy. I mean, this is a $90 billion industry. So Adrienne and I went there and we tried all the new toys that the kids will be asking for this year. Check it out. We're at toy fair, New York. This place is huge. Over a thousand inventions from 30 countries. 30,000 people are expected to attend. There are seven football fields worth of toys. Hello. We have a lot to play with. Let's go. It's game time. Whoa. Hey, rob. What are you doing? I'm on the -- I'm on the bouncy dog thing. So fun. You tell us what's new with Barbie this year. I think the most exciting thing is Barbie's celebrating her 60th anniversary. It really speaks to each girl. The idea is girls can find and align what speaks to them, what inspires them, whatever makes them want to be something more in life. Maybe it's an astronaut. Maybe it's president or an etymologist. They see themselves in the doll? Exactly. Adrienne Bankert reporting to the toy fair. Aob Marciano on the weather. We have a severe weather forecast for your weekend. Listen up, people. He's saving lives. Talk about so trends like what are kids wanting and what are retailers wanting to sell? Entertainment is a huge trend. There is a lot of iconic brands celebrating anniversaries this year, and toys that we played with as a kid, and parents want to share that with kids in our lives. Everybody is really nostalgic around toys and it's never going to be outdated? Nev to be outdated. Crash. Oh, that's cute. You keep going, rob. You have fun. How fresh is that? I need to go to my Kier Kier practicer after this. That is so perfect. Right into my scalp. Is that part of the deal? Come out. Oh! Oh my gosh. One of my high school buddies inventing a game and he's selling it here and I'm going to surprise him. Show you how to roll this dice. Really? Okay. You have played this more than me. We have to do this one more time. I think we settled who the biggest kid is. Doing the cabbage patch kid. That's one of the many dances. That's for you. This is a crayola product, and you can draw graffiti on it basically. We're all going to play this game or at least you four are going to play. Everybody takeie. Take the whole pack. You can play this 77 different ways. It's very simple. The most basic way to play is you roll the dice and then you try to make a straight or a flush I should say. One of a kind. So if you get two fives, put those asid ready? Let's go. All fives. Are we doing fives? This is so amazing. What do you got? I have no fives. Can you hand me my dice? I'm winning. I'm winning. Look. Keep getting fives. You are winning. I'm quite good at this game. I lost. I'm out. I'm out. The fact is this is really fun. Okay. Rob won. Tensy! He yelled tensy. Coming up, actress meg Ryan stepping out of her comfort zone and trying something new in "Pop
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