"Ron Burgundy’s scheduled Thurs. appearance on @SportsCenter has been cancelled in light of the potential implications of any news from the State Attorney’s press conference in Fla.," said ESPN’s director of communications David Scott in a statement on Twitter. "As of this time, there is no reschedule date for Ron Burgundy."
"Science, to the ordinary reader of newspapers, is represented by a varying selection of sensational triumphs, such as wireless telegraphy and aeroplanes radio-activity and the marvels of modern alchemy. It is not of this aspect of science that I wish to speak. Science, in this aspect, consists of detached up-to-date fragments, interesting only until they are replaced by something newer and more up-to-date, displaying nothing of the systems of patiently constructed knowledge out of which, almost as a casual incident, have come the practically useful results which interest the man in the street."
- Bertrand Russell, Mysticism and Logic and Other Essays
"I auditioned for a smaller role, and they said, ‘That’s really good. You want to read Jerry?’ And I said yes, and so I went out of the room, spent 20 minutes, came back in, read Jerry. And they said, ‘That’s real good. You want to work on it and come tomorrow?’ I said yes. … I was up all night. I memorized the whole script. I wanted this role, so I went back in. They said, ‘That’s real good, that’s real good. We’ll be in touch.’ And then I heard through my agent that they were in New York auditioning, so I — jolly, jolly — got my a- - on an airplane and crashed the audition. And I was making a joke — and luckily it landed — but I said … ‘I’m afraid you’re going to screw up your movie and cast someone else in this role.’ And they went, ‘Ha ha ha,’ and I said, ‘No, seriously, I’ll shoot your dog if you don’t give me this role.’ And I think Ethan (Coen) had just gotten a dog."