Transcript for 'GMA' Bromance Hits Los Angeles
Sam, obviously, we are here for the oscars. But we have a little downtime. And a snazzy red sports car. I want to show you where I'm from. It's gorgeous. Why do you get to drive? Trust me, sam. I've heard tales. As much as I love new york, in february, right now, I'm sorry. L.A.'S winning. It wins every time. In february. February. Hi. Hello. This is international film and television star, sam champion. It's sam champion. Hi. How are you guys? There she is. Home. My first true love, the beautiful in-n-out burger. I love you. He'd like a double-double, animal style. I'll have a double-double, animal style, no tomato. Look at that. Look at that right there. See that? See what's about to happen right now? My life's about to improve. Now, go. This is the way french fries are supposed to taste. In-n-out for breakfast. And just a few blocks away, the street where I grew up. This manhole cover right here, home plate. Hi. You're gigantic. Before there was sam, the bromance was with mike. I'm proud of you. You've done well. Thank you. This is my house, where I grew up. Come see the window I would sneak out of. My bedroom was right there. Parents' bedroom right there. Sneak out of the window for what, exactly? To go out and play -- we weren't breaking any laws. The occasional misdemeanor trespassing. All right, josh. Where are we? Right back there is a little league field. This is where I had my single favorite moment as an athlete. I'll never forget this game. I played for the mets. And we were playing the dodgers. And scott threw the fast ball. Right out there. And I feel like I probably closed my eyes, I was so scared. And I didn't feel the ball leave the bat. I hit it perfectly. And just traced this majestic arc over that. Over center field. My grandpa happened to be in town for a couple of days. And it was the only time he ever got to see me play in little league. I have never, ever, ever, ever been happier as an athlete. Never in my life. Not anything I did after that. And I remember rounding second base and looking back up at the stands, between second and third. And I could see him. And he stood up. And -- not bad. Not bad. This is where I'm from. You can feel the cold air coming off that ocean. For lunch, I'm taking sam to el tarasco, a place I've been coming to for over 20 years. How is it going? Really good. I can't tell you how many number 7s I HAVE HAD HERE. This is awesome. You can see where that was just, like, cooked. Are you ready? I'm ready. For my good friend, samuel j., I couldn't leave without taking him to the ocean. I've had times where, if i literally have five minutes, shoes off, feel it. Stick 'em in. It's so good to be back.
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