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Jayson Werth Drops Mean Girls Reference In An Interview

After making a spectacular catch in the ninth inning of Friday's game against the New York Mets, Washington Nationals right fielder Jayson Werth decided to have some fun with MASN's Dan Kolko, dropping a reference to Mean Girls during their postgame conversation.

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(For you uncultured heathens, here's the corresponding Mean Girls scene.)

Kolko himself got in on the fun after the game, too.

This is unconfirmed, but after Werth walked away, Kolko is rumored to have said, "That is the ugliest effing skirt I have ever seen."

[USA Today]

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