Clayton: Dave “to Pay Up”

Fox & Friends Weekend co-anchor Dave Briggs is glad to be home–for now. Yesterday, Dave Tweeted, “Back from Buenos Aires, bummed about my Rockies but happy to be back in the US.” Today as both he and his co-host Clayton Morris promoted Saturday’s show on F&F today, Clayton welcomed Dave back in his inimitable fashion.

When F&F co-anchor Steve Doocy segued to Clayton and Dave to preview the program, Clayton pointed at Dave and declared, “And, by the way, you’re going to pay up on your Phillies’ bet: you lost! We’re going to be doing that on the show.” Dave grimaced, nodded, and said, “Uh-huh.”

Two weeks ago Sunday Dave and Clayton announced that they would bet on the series between Dave’s Colorado Rockies and Clayton’s Philadelphia Phillies. Last weekend, having solicited viewer input as to the terms of the wager, Clayton presented the agreement in Dave’s absence. I.e., whoever lost the bet would appear in the cap and uniform of the opposing team for the full show and serve the winner delicacies from his home town. E.g., if Clayton won, Dave would put on Philly regalia and present Clayton with Philly cuisine.

If Dave is true to his word (and Clayton correctly stated the terms of the bet), viewers will get to see waiter Dave in action. Instead of dispensing Royal Red Robin burgers, he will be serving up Philly cheesesteaks in his Phillies accoutrements. Tomorrow should be quite entertaining.

Dave, don’t pull a Kilmeade, or, as you would say, “welch” on your wager!

Update: Apparently, Clayton actually meant that Dave would “pay up” sometime this weekend, not necessarily on the show tomorrow. Dave clarified, “[Y]es @Jakeho I will pay up on the bet, Sunday & it will hurt.” Another F&FW source added that Dave will be serving up Clayton’s favorite cheesesteaks from John’s Roast Pork in south Philly.

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