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back to normal until 2022. so hang on to your hydroxy if you still have the. [ laughter ] remember when we were kids and we all thought we'd have flying cars by 2022? now it's like, maybe in the future we'll be able to go to a movie without killing our grandma. [ laughter ] cases are going up and up about. i think they had the third-highest report of infections so far today. much of that is attributed to what they call pandemic fatigue. people are sick of being careful, so they relax, they start doing risky things. which i get it. but that's not the way it works. you can't just stop because it's annoying. it's a virus, not "glee." [ laughter ] you know? here's a map that might be of interest to you if you're curious as to whether this masking and lockdown works. you see all the red? that's the united states. those of the covid outbreaks here. up above that, that is canada. doesn't look too bad up there, does it? even adjusted for population,
they've had one-fifth as many infections as we have, but our president doesn't want to know about that. >> if you vote for biden it means no kids in school, no graduations, no weddings, no thanksgiving, no christmas, and no fourth of july together, other than that, you'll have a wonderful life. >> jimmy: that's right. joe biden wants to murder santa claus, kids. [ laughter ] but this is the message team trump seems to be going with down the stretch, all the spokes-monsters have been unleashed. >> the american people have a very clear choice when it comes to covid. you can vote on joe biden, or you will be locked down, your schools will be closed, your churches will be closed, you won't have social gatherings. it will be a lockdown. versus president trump, where we are safely reopening this country. >> jimmy: yeah, we're safely reopening the country. president trump got the virus himself. and so did you, by the way. you can't safely open the door
to your office, never mind the country. meanwhile, the vice president tested negative today, even though several aides, and yesterday we learned, his number two guy on the space force tested positive for the virus. trump put mike pence in charge of two things. space force and covid. and somehow he managed to combine them into one. [ laughter ] here's a question that i don't think has been asked. if biden wins, what happens to the space force? do we have to keep pretending that's a real thing? live laugh mike pence has been on the, oh crap i might be the next dan quayle trail. he's got an interesting style out there. when his plane lands, he hits the ground running. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
♪ ♪ >> jimmy: "chariots of you're fired." [ applause ] i think when you're running it's harder for the flies to land on your head. meanwhile, donald trump's out there bitching about the big tech companies because they've been unwilling to help spread his smears against the bidens, which i understand. no one likes to have their messages suppressed. rather than retaliating, maybe just stop lying all the time and see if that solves it. this has been a very frustrating time for shirt-tucker rudy giuliani, who's been forced to find alternate outlets who will allow him to shovel the dirt he's dug up on hunter biden. >> he walked around the house nude, taking pictures consistently of his private parts. sometimes, sometimes facetiming women. sometimes facetiming women while smoking crack. it looks to be that he smokes
crack twice a day. there are many pictures of him smoking crack. >> jimmy: that's right, and i know a thing or two about crack, have you seen my teeth? [ laughter ] hunter biden is admittedly a recovering drug addict. he's also not running for president but nobody tell rudy, he's on a roll. >> at leastly unjustifiable not to cover this story, completely unamerican, inconsistent with everything we were founded to be. this could be the worst invasion of rights in america. i mean, it's like putting the japanese in camp, except it's being done to all of us. >> mr. mayor -- >> it's outrageous. >> jimmy: mr. mayor, did you just say this is like a japanese-american internment camp? good night, we're going to do a commercial. it's nice to see rudy with his pants on. [ applause ] oh, thanks, guys. the president was live on stage in tampa today where he introduced a special guest.
>> this president and his team are focused on not only destroying the virus and building back the economy, they're focused on the creating ways for people to safely stop isolating and start gathering with friends again on a safe distances. >> jimmy: yeah. melania called out the media for spreading her husband's three favorite things, hate, negativity, and fear. >> in a time when hate, negativity, and fear are the messages the media streams into our homes, and the large tech companies are protecting political censorship, we need to remember what is really important. >> jimmy: alimony. [ laughter ] for life. and, my husband is disgusting. the president had to postpone one of his rallies today because of weather. he was unable to visit the people of fayetteville because of tropical storm zeta.
but he was able to meet with lil wayne. i'm not sure if this happened today but i wish i'd been inv e invited. trump tried to hand him a bag of halloween candy when he first saw him. [ laughter ] they have the same color hair. look at that. young money and no money. [ laughter ] you know, trump used to love doing these rallies. he would go and people would cheer. but now that he's losing and still has to go to these towns he hates, he's not doing a very good job of hiding his disdain. >> get the hell out to vote, because if i don't get iowa, i won't believe that one. i may never have to come back here again if i don't get iowa. i'll never be back, you understand that, kim? >> you know, it's windy as hell out here. >> is that sun hot or what? >> what the hell do you think i'm doing here on a freezing night with 45-degree winds? >> it's freezing and it's
raining. >> nobody told me 40-mile-an-hour winds, somebody give me a hat. >> i'm out here what the hell time is it? >> it's freezing, i could have left half an hour ago. >> i'm standing here freezing. >> we're all freezing our asses off. >> i'm sitting in the hottest sun i've ever felt. >> at least you're down there with each other, i'm all up here and that wind is blowing. >> nice. >> you think i could hop into one of them and drive away? i'd love to drive the hell out of here. >> jimmy: yeah. good-bye, everyone, i hate you. you know, when he's in prison, he'll wish he could go back to omaha. those of you who have young children are probably very aware that halloween's on saturday. a lot of people have been asking if i'm going to do the thing where parents pretend to have eaten their kids' candy. the answer, 2020 has been hard enough, let's revisit that again next year. [ laughter and applause ] this lockdown does make me realize, trick-or-treating is the only fun part about
halloween. otherwise it's, hey, kids, want to carve some holes in a gourd? we're doing costumes. jane is dressing as wendy from peter pan. we wanted 3-year-old billy to be peter but he won't put the costume on. he ran around in his underpants instead. he's going to be spider-man again. captain hook is going to have to fight peter parker instead. google just put out their annual list of the most-searched costumes right now. the most-searched costume overall in the united states this year is witch. witch is number one. followed by dinosaur and harley quinn still hanging in there are. i will say just because harley quinn is the most searched doesn't mean it's for costume purposes, it also means your husband isn't always working in his office. [ laughter ] google fright geist, and you can search the most-searched costume by city. in l.a., let me show you this map. the most-searched costume in l.a., according to google, is
rabbit. i don't know how -- i bet we won't see one rabbit this weekend. according to my research, the top costumes in hollywood are aluminum foil iron man and methhead hulk. [ laughter ] google lets you search on a map. in new york, the top costume is witch, same as nationally. in washington, d.c., has to be trump, right? no, number one in d.c. is betelgeuse. phoenix is going to be a town full of groots. alaska is weird, anchorage, the top costume is fish, which makes sense, i guess. in fairbanks, llama is number one. the top costume in dallas-ft. worth is 1990s. i guess people dressing like they're from the '90s. reno, it's skeleton. be careful in el paso, jackson, mississippi, and columbia, south cairk. the top boss socostume is purge. the number one costume in
mankato, minnesota, is loofa. probably one guy looking for a bed, bath & beyond. we were talking today. i don't know if kids are going to be trick-or-treating in my fa neighborhood. what do you do when they knock on the door, yell at their parent in this do you have to have candy? because of that, a lot of people have come up with creative ways to distribute the candy to the children. like they built a candy catapult to shoot at the kids. someone made a motion-activated, touchless candy dispenser. this is a field full of candy on sticks. someone came up with a candy robot to give stuff to the kids. a candy conveyor belt. i don't know how that works exactly. a zip line. our friend, joins bob, built a candy cannon that fires skittles into the air. all kinds. see, that's old-fashioned american ingenuity. i love the idea of getting creative to get the candy. so we built something. let's go live now to guillermo, who's on the roof of our
building. h hi, guillermo. you wore the rabbit costume? >> yeah, they told me i looked cute. >> jimmy: why are you dancing to no music right now? >> oh, i love dancing, jimmy. >> jimmy: okay, all right. i see you have an assortment of candy. which is your favorite in the bucket? >> oh, snickers. >> jimmy: snickers, okay. and you can see next to guillermo, we built a candy chute that is six stories long. it goes all the way down to the ground where we have trick-or-treaters standing by. what's your name? >> grey. >> jimmy: grey? your name's grey? >> yes. >> jimmy: you ready for candy, grey? >> please. >> jimmy: all right. guillermo? >> trick-or-treat! >> okay, ready? three, two, one. >> jimmy: here we go, fire away. it goes down the tube. and into the -- just like the bank. what do you think, grey? >> i got a lot of snickers.
>> jimmy: you got a lot of snickers, don't tell guillermo, he loves those. are you happy, grey? >> yes. >> jimmy: all right, good talking to you. [ laughter ] let's get another kid in there. guillermo, is your son going trick-or-treating? >> no, i don't think so. >> jimmy: you don't think so? >> no. >> jimmy: seems like you'd know by now, huh? >> no. >> jimmy: all right, okay. who do we have on the ground there? what's your name? >> gabby. >> jimmy: hi, gabby, how are you? >> good. >> jimmy: gabby, huh? >> yeah. >> jimmy: you get it? >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> trick-or-treat! >> jimmy: release some candy for gabby, here we go. >> three, two, one! >> jimmy: all right, down the chute. and into the sack. or not. what happened? oh-oh. we might have a clog. gabby, shake that thing, will you? yeah, that thing, yeah. give it a -- oh, we don't want to pull a bunny over the side.
all right, well -- you know what, gabby, that's the kind of year it's been. [ laughter ] [ applause ] maybe we'll give you a ride to cvs, okay? all right, well, if that isn't the saddest thing ever. sorry, gabby. well, you know what? i vowed not to disappoint the kids this year. [ laughter ] all right, should we take a break? all right. we got a good show for you tonight. from the world champion los angeles dodgers, clayton kershaw and cody bellinger are with us. we've got musible tonight from perfume genius. we'll be right back with chris evans!
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formerly known as captain america, and he's also one of the best tweeters around. he's joining us from his home state of massachusetts. please welcome chris evans. hi, chris, how are you? [ cheers and applause ] >> how are you, jimmy? i'm good. >> jimmy: chris, i enjoy you on twitter. i enjoy your activities. i know you're very politically minded, aren't you? >> yeah, yeah. well, i think nowadays you've got to be, right? >> jimmy: yeah, but sometimes i see a face as beautiful as yours, muscles as bulging, and i think, this guy doesn't have a care in the world, he just wakes up, looks in the mirror, to hell with everybody else. [ laughter ] >> yeah, that's my subtext. that's always going on. >> jimmy: so you started this website and app called, astartingpoint.com. you'll do a better job explaining what it is. >> yeah, yeah. it's designed to ultimately create engagement. i think a lot of people turn away from politics because the landscape itself is a little
daunting. i think if you hit 25, 30, you get a little embarrassed if you don't understand basic issues. where do you go to get that information? this is a way to try and get a fair and balanced, bipartisan information from across the aisle. >> jimmy: bipartisan information. i've seen it.w hoit works. it is set up very cleverly. how long did it take you to get it together? >> about three years. we had the idea in 2017. i brought it to a buddy of mine. 2018, 2019 of just gathering these interviews with elected officials and pleading with them to participate. then yeah, we launched earlier this year. >> jimmy: you went to washington, d.c., you asked people in person. initially people thought it was a joke, right? this video was doctored or a bot of some kind, that it wasn't really you? >> initially everybody thought it was a joke. i don't know what i thought. i think foolishly i thought, this is a great idea, who wouldn't want to be a part of this? you know. i expected -- i thought the problem was going to be turning
people away. nobody responded. everybody thought it was a joke. everybody thought we were somehow trying to prank them. so it took a long time to build that bridge of trust. >> jimmy: so you go to washington. how do you drum up enthusiasm in the first place? do you put out fly there's say, captain america is on his way? how do you get -- do you make calls to all the offices? are you centered in a building where they are? >> we started with emails that were completely ineffective. we jumped to videos thinking maybe if i showed my face, that might help. even that did nothing. our first trip to d.c. we probably only had five or six people participating. then it was a lot of knocking on doors and telling the folks who did participate, please spread the word, please tell people this was an enjoyable experience. >> jimmy: who did you wind up getting to participate? name some of the people that you spoke to. >> oh, god, so many. we got over 200, 200 plus, elected officials. tons. i don't even know where to begin. a lot, quite a bit. >> jimmy: the president, did you
ask the president to be a part of this? >> we did. >> jimmy: yeah. >> we had to. >> jimmy: and he said what? >> you got to do it. >> jimmy: sure. >> i shouldn't say it that way. but yeah, we did. we asked him. he said no. he said no twice. so i did my part. >> jimmy: okay, president trump said no to captain america. just want to point that out for the record. [ laughter ] who was most helpful from each side, republican and democrat? >> i mean, everybody was wildly helpful, jimmy. if there's anything i've learned being in d.c., you know -- what will i say? you know, i'll say people who are really, really impressive, people who really actually kind of blew my hair back, katie porter. katie porter knocked it out of the park. this is before she had done those white board videos that went viral. sharp as a tack. >> jimmy: she really is, yeah. >> yale, harvard, she's -- she's the future. you know who actually i enjoyed on the right was john boehner. him and i disagree on basically
everything. [ laughter ] but he was very candid. he's no longer in office. >> jimmy: yeah. >> so he came in and said, ask me anything. he had no filter. i just appreciated the candor. i think i went into it hoping for that level of honesty across the board. sometimes you get platitudes, sometimes you get people who really, you know, say what they're thinking. john was certainly one of those guys. >> jimmy: is any elected official at a certain level invited to participate? like if -- like there's some nuts. there's a couple of q-anon supporters that are running. and if they win office, will they be a part of your website? >> now this is the real frustration, because i sat with a few people that i aggressively disagree with. if they don't say anything that's -- we have fact checkers. if they answer a question, doesn't check out, doesn't make the website. but, you know, we live in this time where if you disagree with someone, you don't speak to
them. and the only problem is, these are elected officials. they're already in office. they already got power. they're writing bills that affect your life. to pretend they don't exist i think is more pernicious than sitting down with them, hearing what they have to say, letting it be a landscape of competing ideas. so, you know, sometimes i had to sit there and squirm a little bit, bite my tongue. but again, the site is designed to be fair and transparent. and if you're in office, if you got elected, you got a right to be on the site. >> jimmy: it reminds me a little bit of the way they did the last debate. one person gets to speak, then the other one responds, then the other wants to respond again, and you can just kind of hear them go back and forth. they're not interrupting each other, there's no fighting going on. and the hope is that eventually you will get some furniture for your house, right? [ laughter ] >> that's the real goal. >> jimmy: the real goal. >> the american dream. >> jimmy: we're going to take a
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for as nervous as we were in the beginning, coming back each time to the place we knew, to people that were familiar, it started to feel we were doing something that was working and people wanted to participate in. >> we're going to have to get you a permanent office. >> i don't know if i can handle that. >> jimmy: chris evans is with us. his website is
astartingpoint.com. we spoke about that. there you were shaking hands, meeting the people who we see on cable news all the time. did you watch the world series last night? or the night before? >> no, i didn't. i don't know what it is. 2020 has kind of kicked my ass. i'm normally a big sports guy. i don't know what it is. i'm a little preoccupied with politics these days. >> jimmy: i feel the same way. it's hard to concentrate. it seems more trivial than it is. but it was a great world series. the reason i ask that is, i know you're a boston guy, but i also know that you have a dog named dodger that you are very fond of. there's dodger right now. not only you have a dog named dodger, you have dodger tattooed on your body. it looked like -- how long have you had dodger on your chest? >> few years now. >> jimmy: how long did you have dodger the dog before you decided to get his name on your chest? >> not long.
i mean, that's probably one of the purest relationships i have. [ laughter ] didn't take much convincing. i'll never regret that tattoo. i've regretted a few in my life but not that one. >> jimmy: was there any talk that dodger might get your name tattooed on his chest? >> i already did it, he had no choice. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: but -- it's nothing to do with dodger dogs? like at the ballpark here? nothing like that? >> no, i'm from boston, it would be sacrilege just to name him after that. it's a far more embarrassing story that i now get to explain every time someone asks. there's a movie called "oliver and company," a disney movie, animated movie. >> jimmy: i know it. i believe huey lewis sang a song in that movie. >> come on, no -- the voice of dodger, actually. when i saw him in the shelter i said, that looks like dodger from "oliver and company." after i decided i was taking him home, i went through the process of thinking about names.
i just -- i couldn't get off dodger. i just said, i'm not going to overthink this one. >> jimmy: yeah, well, you've got a dodger now in the house. >> yeah. >> jimmy: have you been following the patriots now that your beloved tom brady has departed? >> i have. >> jimmy: moved to florida? >> i have. i'd be lying if i said i wasn't also take a little bit, more than i normally would do. >> jimmy: yeah, right, that's unbelievable what he's doing, isn't it? >> go bay, i love it. >> jimmy: do you have a relationship with him? >> with tom? no, i got nothing. i mean, no. like i said last time i was on your show. >> jimmy: that was it. >> yeah, yeah. later i was like, man, chris, you've got to start playing it cooler, this is never going to go the way you want it to. [ laughter ] you've got to act like you don't care, you know what i mean? that's the foundation. no, we've not met. but it's become such a thing now -- maybe i shouldn't meet him. at this point, you know what i mean, he's become so iconic in my life and my sports experience, maybe it's best just to leave it alone. >> jimmy: leave him for tampa now. how will you be handling
halloween? will you answer the door for trick-or-treaters? >> you know, i don't know what's going to happen. i'll go to my mother's house. normally -- it's a great neighborhood, full of trick-or-treaters. i'm not sure how they're going to do it. i think some houses are leaving out bowls, i'm not sure. >> jimmy: do kids dress as captain america? >> whether they show up as captain america, they ask. captain america's here? and eggs. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: when is the last time you dressed up for halloween? >> i mean, i -- i probably dress up every halloween. >> jimmy: you do? >> yeah. >> jimmy: what about last year? >> last year i went as marty mcfly, and it was good. [ laughter ] nailed it. right down to the walkman. i had the whole deal. >> jimmy: i'm getting the sense that you had a lot of dvds as a kid, really. &-p >> jimmy: all right. listen, if you want to learn about politics, not just now but beyond this election, go to
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: welcome back to the show. music from perfume genius is on the way. it's been nearly 2 1/2 weeks since our city celebrated a major sports championship, but thanks to our next guests and their teammates, our long drought is over. tuesday night in texas, they toppled the tampa bay rays. from your world series champion los angeles dodgers, please welcome cody bellinger and clayton kershaw. hi, guys. >> how are you doing? >> jimmy: i'm doing well. not as well as you guys but i'm doing all right. i wish we could be here in person to celebrate but we can't. cody, are you in a car? >> i'm in a car. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: where are you right now? >> i'm driving from l.a. to az, i'm in blithe, in front of a subway. [ laughter ] living the dream. >> jimmy: well, thanks for
stopping. thanks for making a rest stop for us. >> oh, yeah, of course. >> jimmy: congratulations, guys. how are you feeling right now? >> on top of the world. >> yeah, i feel pretty awesome. i feel pretty awesome, jimmy, i'm not going to lie, it's the best. >> jimmy: i felt great for you. my dad is a lifelong dodgers fan. it's his 75th birthday. you guys gave him the best gift that he could probably have gotten. i'm sure it was fun for you guys too. [ laughter ] was there a -- like a big team party after the game? >> you know, not really. i mean, with everything going on we had to be a little chill. i got to cheer with the guys, we got to at least have a beer together, right, billy? >> yeah, we made the most of it. i still had a great time. it wasn't the ideal celebration that we all had in mind when we won our first championship, but it was still a great time. the feelings now and yesterday are incredible.
>> jimmy: yeah. clayton, this is your 13th season. it was a short season, it was a weird season. there were rules, empty stadiums, cardboard cutouts of fans instead of real fans. but you really did seem to be, at the end of the game, game six, when the game was over, you seemed to be slowing down and savoring it. >> i was. everybody says i was running slow. that's as fast as i go right there. [ laughter ] i was, i was just trying to soak it in as best i could. it was so fun, man. i just didn't want to forget it. seeing all the guys, celebrating, giving hugs, it was nothing better, the best feeling ever. >> jimmy: was it easier to win the world series where the other team wasn't cheating? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> i guess so, we won, must have been easy. >> i'd say so. >> jimmy: when everybody was booing the commissioner, did you guys join in? were there any boos from the
dodgers organization? >> no, no boos from us. cheer the fans up, like it's all good, we just won a championship, turn these boos into cheers. >> jimmy: that was a fortunate turn of events. it so happened that the neutral site where you played the world series happens to be, clayton, your hometown. >> i know, it was the best. i won, i got to have family and friends in the stands. not the best. obviously winning at dodger stadium, full of a packed house. but it felt like all dodger fans there. it was so great. then after the bubble, i just -- i drove home. i'm already home. it's great. >> jimmy: you got right home. speaking of the bubble, did everyone stay away from justin turner during the party after the game? [ laughter ] was it like, get away from me, you, with that! >> oh, man. >> no, we didn't even know what was going on. >> yeah. >> found out in the ninth inning. and then -- then mook, literally
mookie hit the homer, then it was pure, let's close this game out, win a championship. it was just a crazy time. >> jimmy: yeah. by the way, my daughter, who's 6 years old, watched a lot of the games with me. more than i expected she would. she ask me when you were pitching, clayton -- put the picture on the screen. she wanted to know why your hat was so dirty. [ laughter ] >> that's the same hat. i wear one hat a year. i don't know why. people think they won't give me another one, they will, i just choose one hat a year. i'm going to stick with that answer, yeah. >> jimmy: i told her you couldn't afford a new hat. [ laughter ] >> yeah, exactly. >> jimmy: cody, do people tell you you're high all the time? you look like you're high? [ laughter and applause ] >> can you hear me? >> jimmy: this is the perfect time for him to freeze. actually, i think we can hear you, but we can't -- put up the picture. this is a picture that made the rounds.
yes, put the other picture up there, please. yeah, it reminds me a little bit bit -- [ applause ] did we lose cody? no, we've got a different face. >> hey, i'm back. >> jimmy: you're back, okay. you get that? have you been getting that your whole life? >> i am not high during the games, okay? [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: cody, why are you doing this, then? >> look at me in the world series! at 12 years old i look faded, i was not smoking when i was 12 either. i am not high, that's how my face looks. >> jimmy: i get the same thing, oh, you're high. no, just squinty. >> exactly. >> jimmy: so -- >> damn, i'm losing you all. >> jimmy: i want to ask a couple of questions about the game. first of all, what was it like not having as many fans there? did that change the way you
played the game? >> i'm just glad we had fans at all. >> yeah. >> i think going through the season without any fans, it was kind of tough. you know, just -- especially not being -- having the fans at dodger stadium. we packed it out every day. so at least we had some fans there. better than cardboard cutouts, you know. they really were loud. most of it was dodger fans the whole time in texas. it was awesome. >> jimmy: there was one play where margot tried to steal home on you. without getting too much into the rules of baseball, it's a strange thing. if you're not in the act of pitching, you have to step off the rubber, the little rubber rectangle on the mound. you had the presence of mind to do that, which is -- how do you -- >> one of the craziest plays i've ever seen, honestly. >> jimmy: it was really amazing, almost as if you knew what was going to happen. >> i didn't. i was -- i would have had no chance if muncy didn't yell at me from first base.
i had no idea what was going on. i thankfully stepped off. you know. it's happened, actually, one other time. because i do that stupid thing in the stretch. i go over -- all that stuff. i tell the first baseman, yell at me. thankfully, he yelled at me. >> jimmy: would you have been able to hear him if there were 40,000 screaming fans? >> great question. i don't know. probably not. >> jimmy: wow. so the fans really hurt the team. [ laughter ] >> great. >> jimmy: cody, you're going to see your dad right now? >> i am. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i am. >> jimmy: your dad -- >> meeting him at the house. >> jimmy: for those who don't know, your dad won world series titles three different times with the yankees and angels. do you remember being a kid and being at any of those celebrations? >> no, unfortunately, i don't. i literally -- i have very vivid memories of the minor leagues with him, then new york i remember the house a little bit. but i unfortunately don't remember too much about it. what i do have the memory is they did a good job of recording
myself at the games in the kids' play room. >> jimmy: clayton, you brought your three kids to the game. did they know what was going on? >> no. charlie was fired up, though. any time he'd get to run on the field and slide in some dirt, he doesn't care if it's world series or not, he's fired up, it was great. >> jimmy: i want to mention, clayton, you have a great charity organization. i know cody, you and clayton won the ping-pong tournament last time around. you were able to do this virtually even though you weren't -- usually you have a big ping-pong tournament on the field at dodger stadium. you guys were able to still raise money. tell us a little bit about that before we go. >> i didn't know if it was going to work. we did a virtual baseball camp this year. obviously free-for-all the kids to sign up. got sponsors to raise some money. it was awesome. we had thousands of kids sign up and watch. hopefully i said enough stuff that they had some fun and got
to learn a little bit. got to raise some money that way. that was cool, it was creative of our team to figure that out and do that. >> jimmy: what's the name of your charity foundation? >> kershaw's challenge, that's the website, kershawschallenge.com. we have beneficiaries across the country and all over the world. >> jimmy: some great, great causes and people. and one other thing. did you see lebron's tweet today? let's put that up on the screen if we could. lebron said, man, can we please have a parade? i know we can't, but damn, i want to celebrate with our lakers and dodgers fans, l.a. is the city of champions. [ cheers and applause ] what do you say to that? >> i'm all in. i mean, belli, we should do a dodger/laker parade, we should do it, that would be awesome. >> jimmy: i'm happy for you. there they are, your world champions clayton kershaw and cody bellinger. be right back with perfume genius! [ cheers and applause ]
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