Ron Burgundy, who's arguably as real as any of us, made approximately 433 appearances across the late-night sphere Thursday.
The classic Will Ferrell character performed various incarnations of stand-up on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel Live, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, The Late Late Show With James Corden, Conan, and Late Night With Seth Meyers.
Hilariously, several of the stand-up performances—which were notably accompanied by couch-based discussions—were simultaneously billed as "exclusive" pieces.
"It's just a fun way to relate to the people," Burgundy told Corden. "I'm not a pro by any means but I got to talk about immigration and taxes in a very poignant way. You've gotta challenge yourself . . . You know what, folks? If you don't challenge yourself, you die."
Elsewhere, Burgundy got into a violent disagreement with a hipster puppet named J.J. (who notably lives in an area he claims is called Put a Gun in My Mouth) and shared his thoughts on something called "The Ferris Bueller Report."
All of this was done in the name of the return of Burgundy's podcast, which this season features interviews with Gloria Steinem, Kamala Harris, and more. The podcast is an iHeartRadio Original Podcast co-produced with the noted providers of things that are enjoyable over at Funny or Die. Those tuned into broadcast radio this Sunday will hear the first episode of the second season. In the meantime, listen below:
See more excerpted joy from Burgundy's late-night marathon below:
The last time we saw Burgundy and company in a cinematic arena was the 2013 film Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues, which included cameos from Kanye West, Jim Carrey, Tina Fey, and more.