Will Ferrell causes a bigger scene at Boston College than Kanye West!

Love that Will!!
The Heights:
Donning a Notre Dame sweatshirt, Ferrell strutted on stage to a booing crowd, only to bring forth an explosion of cheers as he ripped it off to reveal a BC sweatshirt. From that point on, Ferrell served as a pseudo-emcee for the night, introducing each comic before they took the stage. Before each introduction, however, he would spend time interacting with the crowd, including a question-and-answer session, and a "Valentine's Day interview" with a selected female from the audience."I've never seen Conte this packed before, not even for Kanye," said Erica Reisenwitz, UGBC executive director of campus entertainment and A&S '08. "Even the standing room was filled." The 6,500 available tickets were on sale starting at 7 a.m. on Jan. 29, and by approximately 11:30 a.m. the next day, they were all sold, resulting in a massive turn out.