10 Things We Want to See at the Newseum 'Anchorman' Exhibit

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Despite still being six whole months away from extending us an invitation to the pants party, the hype for "Anchorman: The Legend Continues" has officially reached its apex with the announcement that Washington D.C.'s famous Newseum will display its very own "Anchorman"-themed exhibit in November, complete with props and costumes from the original 2004 classic.

Obviously, The Newseum has a limited amount of space and can't just include every last pooped lava lamp in its exhibit. The Newseum confirmed via press release that various costumes and props, including Ron Burgundy's flaming-hot jazz flute (phew), would be present, but what of the rest? What should to make the cut? And what should Brick Tamland stab in the heart with a trident?

The following is our list of the 10 items that will make the exhibit work 60 percent of the time, all the time:

1. The toaster that Brick put mayonnaise in, complete with the mayo still crusted inside

2. Frank Vitchard's severed right arm:


3. The Ron Burgundy billboard that was torn through by Ron Burgundy:

4. The half-eaten cat poop

5. Uncle Jonathan's corn cob pipe

6. Sex Panther cologne:


7. A diaper filled with Indian food

8. "Diversity," an old, old wooden ship

9. The rainbow on which Ron and Veronica fornicate

10. Katow-Jo, the bear:


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