SEAWORLD. Dolphin snatches a tourist’s iPad, celebrates by splashing around.
TELEVISION. Taran Killam and Jay Pharoah are leaving Saturday Night Live.
MANCANDY. Mario Lopez takes a shirtless vacation in Mexico.
MILLENNIAL MATH. The oft-derided generation is poor: “According to a report from the U.S. Census Bureau (PDF), they earn $2,000 less than their parents did at a comparable age, they are more likely to live in poverty, and they are more likely to live at home. But Baby Boomers and Gen Xers still seem to find it hard to believe that basic economic math can explain much of the younger generation’s behavior.”
LOCK HIM UP. Former CIA Director General Michael Hayden on Trump’s “2nd amendment comment”: “If someone else had said that outside the hall, he’d be in the back of a police wagon now with the Secret Service questioning him.”
BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. Lin-Manuel Miranda and The Rock do a version of “Gaston.”
LOS ANGELES. After 31 years, Circus of Books in Silverlake is closing: “Before guys hooked up via apps and watched porn online, there was Circus of Books.”
GOLD CARD. Trump tries to riff on Hillary’s ‘woman’s card’, fails spectacularly with new ‘Donald J. Trump Gold Executive Membership Card’: “According to Trump, the card will signify to the world that you “are tired of a government that bows down to foreigners, refuses to even say the words ‘Radical Islam,’ and leaves our borders wide open!”
Trump rolls out “Gold Executive Membership Card” for donors.
Hoping I can charge millions, then declare bankruptcy pic.twitter.com/sJEvE6vm3J
— Christina Wilkie (@christinawilkie) August 9, 2016
DOUBLE THE DIVA. Adele and Barbra Streisand reportedly recording album of duets.
MUSIC VIDEO. Snakehips featuring Zayn, “Cruel.”
90s REWIND. The ‘Lost Boys’ from Steven Spielberg’s Hook get reunited for the movie’s 25th anniversary.
SPACE. NASA has a new toy: “NASA has created a camera that can film slow motion footage of booming rocket engines with higher dynamic range than ever before. It’s called the High Dynamic Range Stereo X camera, or HiDyRS-X, and late last week the agency released some of its footage to the public for the first time.”
TOO HOT FOR TUESDAY. Team USA badminton player Howard Shu.