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Late Night: How Jason Sudeikis prepared for Hurricane Irene

Jason Sudeikis

For Jason Sudeikis, like most New York City residents, Hurricane Irene turned out to be a non-event. And that's a good thing, considering how little he did to prepare for the storm.

"I'm a former Boy Scout, so I take that stuff seriously," Sudeikis told David Letterman on Monday's "Late Show." "I got two bottles of water -- like the big ones, not the little ones. With the squirt top. And some, uh, chips and salsa. I was ready. Bring it on."

"How is that different than any other weekend for you?" Letterman wondered.

"Not too different," Sudeikis admitted. He went on to compare the hurricane -- in a way that’d make weathercasters blush -- to the Gay Pride Parade.

Ahem.

 

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-- Meredith Blake

twitter.com/MeredithBlake

 
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