Each week KSR’s Funkhouser collects the best of pop culture. The Entertation Index collects the best of the week for your consumption.
Dog, Triumph the Insult Comic — I don’t care which side of the aisle you fall on, this glorious gaslighting of voters in a fake Trump focus group is one of the best things you’ll see all day.
Fortune, Wheel of — Say what you will about Fox News, but this list of the eight worst Wheel of Fortune fails is F_NT_STIC. Simply funtustic, I tell you!
Hernandez, Laurie —Sixteen year-old gold-medal winning US gymnast Laurie Hernandez has announced that moving forward she will be a brand sponsor for Crest toothpaste. In other news, disgruntled US women’s soccer goalkeeper Hope Solo has landed an endorsement deal with “Bags of Crap.”
Lochte, Ryan — There’s likely no way you’ve missed the events surrounding Ryan Lochte and members of the US Men’s Swim Team over the last three days, as Lochte has been proven to have manufactured a story about being robbed at gunpoint to cover for a lie he told his mother about his whereabouts early one morning in Rio. I get this, in 1986 I lied to my mother about cleaning my room and ended up having to testify in the Iran-Contra hearings.
Pants, Chicken In — Hey, you guys want to see a chicken running around wearing pants? Okay then.
Pumpkins, Smashing — Former Smashing Pumpkins front man Billy Corgan revealed in a recent Facebook post that he and former bassist D’arcy Wretzky are reconciling after twenty years and considering reforming the 90’s band. According to Corgan, he’s “ready to bury the hatchet” and also “tired of eating Ramen noodles for every meal.”
Rowling, J.K. — Billionare Brit Author J.K. Rowling has announced the release of a series of Harry Potter-themed eBooks dealing with new themes. With the main storyline finished, however, the books will deal with more mundane subplots, like Neville Longbottom and the Over-Tightened Jar of Beans, Minerva McGonagall and the Bad Clams and Percy Weasley and the Blown-Up Snapchat.