"The name of the show is Anchorman, not Anchor lady! 嬢 And that's a scientific fact!"
brew 醸 "I love scotch. Scotchy scotch scotch."
surplus 剰 They must have had a real surplus of scotch on the set when they filmed this!
lass 嬢 Ron says: "I usually don't do this but... you have an absolutely amazing heinie. I wanna be friends with it."
defer 譲 ...but Veronica won't defer to his wishes. :*(
steam 蒸 steam -> steamy -> SEX PANTHER.
twig 条 "STOP CALLING YOUR ARMS GUNS!"
determine 定 Ron is utterly determined to get in Veronica's pants.
lock 錠 But she tries to keep him locked out.
turn into 成 Ron turns a flute into a flame thrower.
castle 城 "Oh, I'm storming your castle on my steed, m'lady"
quiet 静 Ron can't keep quiet, and announces his relationship on the air.
ride 乗 The scene with Jack Johnson. "WHAT THE HELL BRO..... YEA, WELL NOW THIS IS HAPPENIN."
feelings 情 "I'M IN A GLASS CASE OF EMOTION"
boom 盛 The station experiences a boom in popularity when Veronica takes over
lot 壌 The epic fight scene in the parking lot
clean 浄 They don't keep the fight clean. or. "Go f*ck yourself, San Diego"
length 丈 The length of Ron's beard during his "depression"
usual 常 "You stay classy, San Diego"
location 場 San Diego.
above 上 No one above Ron.
tatami mat 畳 Imagine how well Ron would do in Japan. Sitting traditionally on a Tatami mat.
superfluous 冗 EVERYTHING Ron Burgandy says.
straw rope 縄 Since this is the kanji for the なわ in Okinawa, I imagine Ron Burgandy enjoying a tropical vacation there.
status quo 状 Ron IS the status quo.
cane 杖 Ron's weapon of choice in gang fights.
bumper crop 穣
helping hand 丞
Notes: I picked something as far removed from Indiana Jones as possible to avoid confusion between ショウ and ジョウ (although of course the former can become the latter when it's the second-half of a vocabulary word - but lets not worry about that eh!)
This is a spatial memory and movie themed website all about learning the on-yomi (original Chinese-inspired) readings of Japanese characters. For a fuller introduction, please read this post. Please keep in mind you should be familiar with the Remembering the Kanji book series for any of this to make any kind of sense. Thanks.