The news that our favourite anchorman is returning has given us not only reason to rejoice - but also reason to reflect on our very own British anchormen and women. Those fine, upstanding purveyors of truth and news. And Kay Burley.

But can you tell your icy Sky News presenters from your moustachioed San Diego newsmen? We've got 15 quotes from them - but who said what?

Who Said It: Kay Burley Or Ron Burgundy?

1) "I just deliver the breaking news as it comes in, distill it, percolate it down, and spew it out again." *
Kay Burley
Ron Burgundy
2) "My dad had bags on his eyes. He looked like a dachshund." *
Kay Burley
Ron Burgundy
3) "If you want to throw down fisticuffs, fine." *
Kay Burley
Ron Burgundy
4) "A man clings to life at a university hospital after being viciously attacked by a pack of wild dogs in an abandoned pool." *
Kay Burley
Ron Burgundy
5) "If you're just joining us, the entire eastern seaboard of the United States has been decimated by a terrorist attack." *
Kay Burley
Ron Burgundy
6) "Revenge is best served after about seven years." *
Kay Burley
Ron Burgundy
7) "I've just been handed an urgent and horrifying news story." *
Kay Burley
Ron Burgundy
8) "Here's what happening in your world tonight." *
Kay Burley
Ron Burgundy
9) "Sometimes you feel as if the bits of your heart are scattered under the fridge and you have to gather them together again." *
Kay Burley
Ron Burgundy
10) "We can hear the Norwegians talking whatever language it is they speak there." *
Kay Burley
Ron Burgundy
11) "You know I don't speak Spanish." *
Kay Burley
Ron Burgundy
12) "He's perfectly entitled to offer his opinion. But I've just signed a new five-year contract." *
Kay Burley
Ron Burgundy
13) "I'm on right now? I don't believe you." *
Kay Burley
Ron Burgundy
14) "I’ve done more live TV than probably anyone else in the world." *
Kay Burley
Ron Burgundy
15) "I have no idea what my day will involve when I wake up in the morning." *
Kay Burley
Ron Burgundy






CORRECTION: An earlier version of this quiz included an incorrectly attributed quote that has now been removed.