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Will Ferrell recently revealed that his inspiration for Anchorman’s Ron Burgundy came from a real-life anchor named Mort Crim.
Crim worked at newsrooms around the country, and was – with anchorwoman Jessica Savitch in Philadelphia – part of one of the first male-female news desk pairings in the country.
Will Ferrell’s round-the-clock promotional tour for Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues is raising some interesting temporal paradoxes.
Let’s face it, by mid-2014 (assuming Anchorman 2 does well enough), Ron Burgundy will likely be an actual news anchor, and this video will seem less funny in retrospect as Will Ferrell disappears from reality, subsumed by his most hirsute creation.
One Direction fans were camped out on the street in front of the Saturday Night Live studios as early as Thursday waiting for the band’s appearance on the show.
And thankfully, the episode didn’t disappoint.
Just in time for both the release of Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues and the 80th anniversary of Prohibition’s repeal, Ron Burgundy’s Scotchy Scotch is here.