Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy quotes are certainly quotable for movie fans. These are some of the best quotes from the American comedy Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy as determined by you and your votes. Set in the 1970s at a San Diego TV station, the film offers a humorous portrayal of "action news." Released in the summer of 2004 on July 9, the tagline for Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy was "Ron Burgundy wishes you a happy 9th of July." The comedy starred Will Farrell and Christina Applegate.
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- Ed: Listen up. The ratings just came in for last month. We are number one. We just grabbed every key demographic.
Brian: Yeah! Yeah!
Ron: Super duper, gang! Super duper! That's nice! Way to go! Neat-o, gang.
Ron: Boy, Ed, that is good news. I gotta be honest.
[Ron and Ed shake hands and hug.]
Ed: Congrats, congrats.
Ron: That is good news!
Brian: All right!
[Garth lights Ed's cigar.]
Ed: [to Garth] Stick around. Make sure these guys don't party too much.
Garth: Uh, they don't ever really listen to me, Ed.
Ed: Just get it done.
- Ron: Hello.
Ron: Hope I'm not disturbing you, but, uh, I saw you from across the party, and, uh, I don't usually do this, but I felt compelled to tell you something. You have an absolutely breathtaking heinie. I mean, that thing is good. I wanna be with friends with it.
Veronica: Well, you certainly know how to compliment a woman. Now, if you'll excuse me.
[She starts to leave.]
Ron: Do you know who I am?
Veronica: No, I - I can't say that I do.
Ron: I don't know how to put this, but I'm kind of a big deal.
Ron: People know me.
Veronica: Well, I'm very happy for you.
Ron: I'm very important. Uh, I have many leather-bound books, and my apartment smells of rich mahogany. I - I - I'm friends with Merlin Olsen, too. He's - comes over on occasion.
Ron: That's stupid.
Veronica: No, no, that's . . . very exciting.
Ron: Listen, can - can I start over again?
Ron: I wanna say something. I'm gonna put it out there. And if you like, you can take it. If you don't, send it right back. I wanna be on you.
Ron: Wait. Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait. I . . . I wanna be on you.
- Brian: Oh, that was one crazy party. I am hung over!
Champ: Tell me about it. I woke up this morning, and I shit a squirrel. I mean it. Literally. Hell of it is, damn thing's still alive. So, I got this shit-covered squirrel down there in the office. Don't know what to name it.
Brick: Aw, I'm sorry, Champ. I think I ate your chocolate squirrel.
[Garth and Ed enter the conference room.]
Garth: All right, guys. Let's focus up.
Ed: Morning, everyone. Here are the stories we're gonna be chasing today. It looks like Ling Wong, the rare panda at the San Diego Zoo, is pregnant.
Garth: This is a big one.
Ed: Now, this could be the big story of the summer. Network is gonna be wanting plenty of coverage. And speaking of network, word on the street is they're looking for a new anchor. So, Ron . . .
[Ron wakes up.]
Rona: Huh? Network? Are they here?
Ed: In addition, a lot of you have been hearing the affiliates complaining about a lack of diversity on the news team.
Champ: What in the hell's diversity?
[Ron clears his throat.]
Ron: Well, I - I could be wrong, but I believe, uh, Diversity is an old, old wooden ship that was used during the Civil War era.
[Ron and Brick nod.]
Someone in the conference room: That's right.
Ed: Ron, I would be surprised if the affiliates were concerned about the lack of an old, old wooden ship, but nice try. Uh, diversity means that times are changing, and with that in mind - Ron, are you paying attention?
Ed: Well, this concerns all of us.
- Brian: I mean, come on, Ed, it's bullcrap! D - Don't get me wrong, I loves the ladies. I mean, they rev my engines, but they don't belong in the newsroom!
Champ: It is anchorman, not anchorlady! And that is a scientific fact!
Brick: I don't know what we're yelling about!
Brian: You're with us, Ron. What do you think?
Ron: Shit! Sh-- it's terrible! She has beautiful eyes, and her hair smells like cinnamon!
Brick: Loud noises!
Ed: All right, everyone relax. She's not gonna take anyone's airtime, okay?
Brick: I heard somewhere that their periods attract bears. The bears can smell the menstruation.
Brian: Well, that's just great. You hear that, Ed? Bears. Now, you're putting the whole station in jeopardy.
Champ: I will say one thing for her, Ed. She does have a nice, big old behind.
Champ: I'd like to put some barbecue sauce on that butt and just bite, bite, bite, bite, munch, munch, munch! Ah-woo!
[Ed and Brian are cracking up.]
Ed: Stop it! Oh, Jesus.
[Champ continues barking and does not see Veronica enter the room. Ed and Brian stop laughing upon realizing that she is there.]
Champ: Oh, oh, oh, look at the full-moon butt! Look at it!
[He continues barking.]
Brian: Champ! Champ! Champ, Champ!
[Brian motions to Champ to be quiet, and Champ turns and sees Veronica and becomes silent.]
Veronica Corningstone: Mr. Harkin, I was just wondering if you knew when my office would be ready.
Edward "Ed" Harkin: Well, that might take some time. For now, why don't you just grab a desk in the bullpen?
Ron: You can use my office! Then, afterwards, maybe we can go to lunch!
Ed: Lower your voice, Ron.
Veronica: All right. Well, thank you, Mr. Harkin. I'll go get my desk set up.
[Veronica leaves Ed's office, and Champ and Brian crack up again.]
Champion "Champ" Kind: Oh, she is a saucy mama!