Transcript for 'GMA' Delivers Belated Halloween to Sandy Storm Victims
You'll be at home with the amazing costumes and kids. We're celebrating halloween a couple days late. Sandy keeping so many kids inside instead of out trick or treating. We wanted to do a little something for these kids that live in a town that was hit hard, in westchester. Happy halloween to you all. I want to ask, what's your name? Claire. You look great. Thank you. How did you feel when you heard halloween was canceled? I was sad. You were? And how did you get through the day? Well, it was my sister's birthday. So, it was kind of upsetting for her. And it was upsetting for me, too. Yeah. The storm hit your area pretty hard, right? Was that scary? Yeah. It was a little scary. Was it as scary as this guy, the hot dog? Not really. Who wants to see lara? No, no. You don't need to do that. What we can do, really? What we can do, we have candy. Help yourself to the candy, everybody. We're going to hit the big eye balls. They're pinatas. You can take a crack at it. And get ready to come and grab some candy. Everybody deserves -- halloween. Here we go. Josh, you're at the helm. I can't see. What am I supposed to do? Help them. Take a whack. A swing. As hard as you can. Come on. Get ready for candy. Get in there, josh. Grab the candy. Can you get a shot over here? Is it possible? We'll show these great cupcakes. These were baked by melissa. 1,000 cupcakes for the kids. We're going to share them also with other children in need. Thank you so much, baked by melissa. Happy halloween. If you missed halloween, in our hearts, we're wishing you the best. And we'll be right back. Coming up, we're going to talk to the legendary director behind denzel washington's new thriller called "flight." Stay with us.
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