We always toast to world peace.
Like you need an excuse.
"I put ink in your coffee." Again.
"He said, 'You signed me to a big life insurance policy.' He was certain. Finally his wife intervened and said, 'No, honey. This isn't our real insurance man; he was the insurance man in that movie.'"
The evidence is really quite compelling.
Celebrate today's holiday by remembering the hilarious insurance salesman.
Bill Murray spent "30 or 40 years" reliving the same day in 'Groundhog Day,' says Ramis.
Surely they'll get Nathan Lane to play Ned Ryerson.
The greatest Bill Murray movie of all time is out on DVD — not, poetically enough, for the first time, but now in the form of a fifteenth-anniversary edition that includes deleted scenes, a making-of doc, and, most crucially, a special feature on marmots.