Based on a True Story: Not a Memoir by Norm Macdonald:
Saget came running in, deliriously happy, clutching a newspaper. “They found a murdered teenage boy in a ravine this morning. Isn’t it fantastic?”
Farley entered, dancing a jig, and bellowed, “Guess what, everybody? A monster is still on the loose and no teenager in Toronto is safe. Yahooooooo!”
It seemed everybody was getting the good news at the same time. And that day the mood of the movie set changed for good. It’s funny how something as small as the news of a teenager being slaughtered and tossed in a ravine can be enough to lift the spirits of an entire set full of important Hollywood people.