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The Entertation Index: April 15

April 15, 2013

Bieber, Justin – 19 year-old Justin Bieber, on the European leg of his current world tour, took some time this past weekend to stop by the home of Anne Frank, where he wrote the following words in the museum’s guest book: “Anne Was a Great Girl. Hopefully she would have been a belieber.” I’m not even going to sully this with a joke. So…yeah. I think we all just learned something here, didn’t we? Let’s move on.

Link: Justin Bieber – “Anne Frank Was a Great Girl” (HuffPo)

"If I can't have the little red haired girl, no one can."

“If I can’t have the little red haired girl, no one can.”

Brown, Charlie — The 56 year-old man who voiced Charlie Brown in numerous early Peanuts animated specials has pleaded guilty to stalking and threatening an ex-girlfriend and her plastic surgeon. If convicted, the man could be sentenced to up to three years in prison and daily five-cent psychiatric advice from Dr. Lucy Van Pelt.

Link: Voice of Charlie Brown Pleads Guilty to Threatening and Stalking in California (Fox)

Kardashians, Keeping up with — A current lawsuit spearheaded by Kim Kardashian’s ex-husband Kris Humphries — who claims to have been “trashed” in the press — may force the reality show starlet to admit under courtroom oath that certain scenes from her reality show are scripted. I’m not sure which is worse news: that the Kardashians have been faking scenes all this time, or that a team of writers can’t come up with a better scene than the intense drama of Kourtney and Kim Kardashian discussing the color of a birthday cake or Bruce Jenner trying to fix a broken lamp.

Link: Kris Humphries’ Lawyers Reportedly Intend to Force Her to Admit She Faked Scenes for “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” (NY Post)

Posters, Movie — From the ever-popular “Big Heads Over Tiny People On a Beach” to the romantic comedy staple “Back to Back, Viewed from the Side,” the website Bored Panda has cleverly amassed thirteen great movie poster cliches. And they’re all pretty much dead on. Enjoy.

Link: 13 Popular Movie Poster Cliches (Bored Panda)

Sabbath, Black — With a new album on the way, rockers Black Sabbath will debut their new single “The End is the Beginning” on the season finale of crime drama CSI: Crime Scene Investigators on May 15. The episode will focus on the forensic investigation into the death of popular demand for Black Sabbath albums in 2013.

Link: Black Sabbath to Perform, Debut New Song on “CSI” Season Finale (Hollywood Reporter)

Winters, Jonathan — A great is gone, people. The Mark Twain Prize-winning Jonathan Winters passed away of natural causes last week at the old age of 87. Although an entire younger generation (perhaps two) may not know Winters’ name, the influence he left on those through the years can’t be denied. Fly away, Mr. Winters; you were too good for this world anyway.

Link: Jonathan Winters in “It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World” (YouTube)



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