Ah the American tradition of the kegger; it knows no class or social divides. 

Whether you're a Hollywood actor or a penniless student, you're always welcome at a kegger. It's a place for everyone, and Paul Rudd took that interpretation of its social significance to heart last night when he invited an entire baseball stadium back to his house to party. 

He was in a jubilant mood after his hometown baseball team, the Kansas City Royals, won and earned a spot in the World Series, something that hasn't happened in a very, very long time. In a jubilant mood, he (jokingly) invited all the fans back to his mom's house for a kegger to celebrate since she was "out of town", and it was going to be rad, man. 

We're not sure if anyone took him up on the offer, but if there's one person that did, then it was excited shirtless kid. He was pumped about everything.

Via Bleacher Report