NOTE: It's come to our attention that this video is from the Cubs' NLDS win over the Giants and not their NLCS win over the Dodgers. We regret the error.

The Cubs on Saturday of course wrapped up their first pennant since 1945 and now have strong designs on winning the World Series for the first time since 1908. Needless to say, when the Cubs turned a 6-4-3 in the bottom of the ninth to win Game 6 of the NLCS, long-suffering partisans experienced a spasm of joy that may have been foreign to them. One such partisan was actor-comedian Bill Murray, who was once again on hand to root for his Cubs. Check out his reaction at the moment the Cubs cinched a berth in the World Series ...

Murray's a skilled actor, but there's nothing contrived about that moment. He's famously an even-keel sort, but the 66-year-old native of the Chicago suburbs and lifelong Cubs rooter was all but weeping on Saturday night.

People, that's a man who's feeling things -- sports things.