60: Objects in the collection, most on loan from Paramount.
16: Famous movie quotes, presented meme-style along one of the museum’s catwalks.
3: Rings worn by Ferrell on display (fun fact: two of them are US Army rings).
2: Sets of orthodontic headgear (one for Ron, one for Baxter).
1: Miniature versions of the script, on loan from Judd Apatow.
5: Approximate width, in inches, of the lapels on Ron’s famous burgundy suit.
6: Original video clips filmed by Ferrell for the exhibit’s “Ask Ron Burgundy” feature.
1: Clips in which he admits to incorrectly reporting that the US won in Vietnam.
3: Stools behind the News 4 desk, where you can pose for a photo.
90: Seconds it will take you to post said photo to Facebook (sample caption: “I love desk”).
33: Days until the Anchorman 2 room of the exhibit opens, in conjunction with the new film’s release.
4: Other fake newscasters featured in the exhibit, including Murphy Brown and Kent Brockman.
14: Items for sale in the museum’s dedicated Anchorman gift shop, including “scotchy scotch” glasses and a beer glass that claims to hold five beers.
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