Staying in character, Ferrell read the news with plenty of class and even bantered with his co-anchors, remarking after a sports segment, "I've never seen fighting in a hockey match before. That was fascinating."
Ferrell is crossing the country to promote "Anchorman 2" set to be released later in December.
Hey Ferrell, the very classy ABC newsroom will welcome you anytime.
Michael Jordan Expecting a Baby
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Does being a basketball star mean you get out of diaper duty?
Jordan and Prieto were married in April. Jordan is also the father of three children from his previous marriage, so at least he'll have the basics down.
But will they let the new baby watch "Space Jam?"
Photo to Teach Students a Lesson Goes Viral
Be careful what you wish for.
Fifth-grade teacher Julie Anne Culp wanted to show her students how quickly an online photo can seen by multiple users.
So she posted a photo of herself with a message asking Facebook users to like her photo and see where it might end up.
They responded in droves. Currently the photo has over 7,000 likes on the original and when added to a page of radio personalities it gained more than 3 million likes. But as the Internet often does, users also started to "rework" the image making different versions where Culp's face was replaced with celebrities like Beyonce, Tobey Maguire or Nicholas Cage and rewrote the words on the sign she's holding to say nonsense.
If anything that had to have been an effective lesson for Culp's students, especially when they see how easily it is to have Nicholas Cage's face posted to a photo.