Royals Fan Paul Rudd Calls Kegger At His Mom's House (You're Not Invited, Knoxville) (VIDEO)
October 16 / Rick Chandler / SportsGrid
Paul Rudd should be filming Ant Man right now, but he got permission to take the day off to see his beloved Royals beat the Orioles Tuesday night, 2-1, to clinch the ALCS and head to the World Series for the first time since 1985.
Rudd was born in New Jersey but raised in Overland Park, Kansas, since the age of 10, and was in attendance as a 16-year-old the last time the Royals made it to the big game. And apparently still has family property there, because, kegger at Rudd's mom's house! Wooo! Partying with the proportionate strength of an ant!
Rudd was on the field on Tuesday night after the game, and here he is revealing that he'll be hosting a kegger "at my mom's house" later, and everyone's invited. Adding at the end "five dollar cover."
Fun fact: Paul Rudd's real name is Rudnitzky, a name with which regular SportsGrid readers should be quite familiar.
Did you know that Don Draper is a Royals fan? Yep. That's Jon Hamm above, with Rob Riggle, Jason Sudeikis, and Rudd. Kevin Pollack and Johnny Knoxville are there too, somewhere, and all are pretty ecstatic today, or hung over, or in the hospital (because, Johnny Knoxville).
A keg party with Knoxville and Riggle present? I'll pass.