I’ve got a fever… and the only prescription is more Will Ferrell.
That seemed to be the theme of last night’s airing of Will Ferrell’s Kennedy Center Mark Twain Prize for American Humor award ceremony, where he became the 14th recipient of the prestigious comedy award, joining previous winners such as Tina Fey, George Carlin, and Billy Crystal.
The program featured tributes from tons of Ferrell’s famous friends, including Conan O’Brien, Paul Rudd, and Adam McKay. Many of the stars went for earnest over comical, sharing their favorite memory of Ferrell and then rolling clips from blockbusters such as Anchorman, Elf, and Talladega Nights — not to mention his best Saturday Night Live clips. Watching the montage of clips, one thing became perfectly clear: That man streaked a lot.
Highlights from the Oct. 23 ceremony below: READ FULL STORY