“Jimmy Kimmel Live” returned to Brooklyn on Monday for a week-long stint and rolled out some New York trolling peaks in Boston. (Watch the video below.)
It’s not hard to make fun of the Red Sox and their fans these days, with the Yankees in first place, the playoffs and pushing Aaron Judge to break Roger Maris’ home run record. Meanwhile, the Red Sox are in last place.
So, in the spirit of hitting them while they’re down, the talk show stationed a team outside Fenway Park and attempted to persuade Red Sox fans to abandon their team for the Yankees gear.
There was some resistance. One dad said Red Sox support was above “education, morals, religion,” and others barked four-letter words.
But, of course, the opportunity to appear on national television can inspire people to commit acts of betrayal worthy of a segment called “Traitor Schmoes.”
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