This news is kind of a big deal. At least if you're an Anchorman fan.
Ron Burgundy, the legendary (in his own head) San Diego local news anchor played by Will Ferrell in the 2004 comedy, is releasing a tell-all memoir, CBS News reports.
Let Me Off at the Top! My Classy Life and Other Musings will chronicle Burgundy's early childhood to his rise as a star journalist, as well as his many romantic conquests.
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"The list of legendary American broadcast news journalists is short: Edward R. Murrow, Walter Cronkite, and, of course, Ron Burgundy," Mauro Di Preta, vice president and editor-in-chief at the book's publishing house, Crown Archetype, said in a statement. "The printed page will allow Ron to tell his story in a much more intimate way. Let Me Off at the Top! will be a classic for years to come."
Added Burgundy: "I don't know if it's the greatest autobiography ever written. I'm too close to the work. I will tell you this much: The first time I sat down and read this thing...I cried like a goddamn baby, and you can take that to the bank!"
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But will it be leather-bound?
The memoir hits shelves on Nov. 19. to coincide with the Dec. 20 release of the long-awaited Anchorman sequel.