October 15, 2020 | 4:01pm

“Was it over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor? Well it ain’t over now!”

— John Belushi.

Dodgers dropped the first two games of the NLCS and now they will have to beat the Braves four of five. The tough task began Wednesday night. Game 4 is Thursday. Atlanta recalled Bryce Wilson from the minors on Oct. 6 and now the 22-year-old will get the start in what may be an inning-to-inning bullpen night. Wilson threw 15 ²/₃ innings this year, appearing in six games, going 1-0, 4.02 ERA. The Dodgers? Who knows. Rumors suggest Clayton Kershaw may be ready to go after back spasms forced him to miss Game 2. Whether it’s Kershaw, Dustin May or Bartolo Colon, we will back the Dodgers lineup again for 20 units.

With our season in Dire Straits we backed the Sultans of Swing (Dodgers and Astros) to break out the bats and show up Wednesday. Dodgers responded. They hit the cover off the ball, scoring 11 runs in the first inning, setting the tone for a 15-3 thrashing of the Braves. Astros survived, barely. Altuve and Springer went deep and Houston topped Tampa Bay 4-3. What?! Two wins?! Down -1,183 ronceys.