Kelly & Michael: NFL Records
Michael Strahan had a football weekend this weekend. His Giants lost to the Cowboys. It wasn’t a good game. There were two records that were broken on October 19 though. One of the Cowboys broke a record that was held by Jim Brown. He has seven 100 yard games as a starter, and it’s just the beginning of the season. He’s really great. Peyton Manning also broke the record for passes in a career. The record was held by Brett Favre.
Kelly Ripa thinks that Peyton’s parents pay more attention to him than Eli because he struggles, but now Eli’s struggling. You don’t know if anyone’s going to break that record again because you have to stay around a long time. Michael thinks that someone’s going to break his record at some point. Records are meant to be broken. He doesn’t even root against people who come close. He wants them to break it so people will stop tweeting him about it. There are so many great players out there and he thinks they’ll break it.
Kelly & Michael: World Series
The World Series starts on October 21. There were a bunch of Kansas City Royals fans in the audience. They had feather boas on. Kelly loves getting takeaway gifts at sporting events. She did pay for the ticket after all. The boas really shed though and it was a problem at the show. They’re not playing Lorde’s song “Royals” in San Francisco. It’s in the newspaper that it’s banned until after the World Series. I think that’s pretty ridiculous, but it’s hilarious. The San Francisco Giants are great too, so may the best team win.
Kelly & Michael: Jeff Koons Exhibit
Kelly took Joaquin to the Jeff Koons exhibit at the Whitney this weekend because it was closing. Some of the pieces were pretty adult though. Kelly didn’t notice until Joaquin pointed it out. Michael really wanted to go to the exhibit, but he missed it. The exhibit was actually vandalized. They spray painted a wall behind one of the displays, but they didn’t get caught. It happened at 12:30 in the morning. They had so much security. How did this happen? Kelly kept stepping over the tape and getting yelled at. Koons’ stuff is really creative and whimsical and they teach you how he did it.
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