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Eric Stonestreet settles his World Series bet with Jimmy Kimmel

Eric Stonestreet posted this photo with Royals players Jeremy Guthrie, Drew Butera and Mike Moustakas before the group shot Jimmy Kimmel with paintball guns.
Eric Stonestreet posted this photo with Royals players Jeremy Guthrie, Drew Butera and Mike Moustakas before the group shot Jimmy Kimmel with paintball guns.

Jimmy Kimmel should have known not to mess with the Royals. Or actor and KCK native Eric Stonestreet.

You see, the host of “Jimmy Kimmel Live” made a bet with Stonestreet before the World Series began.

If the Royals won, Stonestreet got to shoot Kimmel with a paintball gun inside a bouncy house.

And Stonestreet was working on his shot even before the World Series title was won.

But we don’t blame him.

On Wednesday, Kimmel and Stonestreet settled the bet once and for all, with the help of Royals players and World Series champs Jeremy Guthrie, Drew Butera and Mike Moustakas.

Let’s just say Kimmel never stood a chance.

“I don’t remember inviting them to shoot me,” Kimmel said of the Royals players.

Even guest Seth Rogen joined in on the paintball parade.

Later, Jeremy Guthrie posted a photo of the group to his Instagram account.

“Hope the welts heal soon!” he wrote.

Here’s the group photo posted by the official account of “Jimmy Kimmel Live”:

Better luck next time, Jimmy.

After winning the 2015 World Series against the New York Mets, Kansas City Royals players Eric Hosmer, Salvador Perez, Jeremy Guthrie, Mike Moustakas and Drew Butera visited "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" and "Jimmy Kimmel Live" to conti

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