Tweets of the Week: Colts, Evan Bayh, Mike Epps, and More

A sampling of this week’s top tweets citywide: the witty, the pithy, and the downright timely. Plus, a post about national ”news” that’s sure to make you chuckle (or hungry).
By now we’ve all witnessed Colts tackle Anthony Castonzo’s some-kind-of-perfect touchdown dance, which, in the moment, Cris Collinsworth labeled the best thing he’d ever seen. (Really, CC? In no time, we rattled off five better moves, if away from the NFL.)

Former Colts assistant turned interim head coach Bruce Arians has his new team, the Arizona Cardinals, sitting pretty in the nest with a 9-1 record. Even so:

Actor Mike Epps, a birthday boy at 44 and buzzworthy in light of his lead turn in a forthcoming Richard Pryor biopic, proved no good-luck charm ahead of the Indianapolis Colts’ 42-20 thrashing suffered at the hands and helmets of the locally detested New England Patriots.

Posted after they beat the Heat (in Miami) and before they topped the Bulls (in Chicago), this Conrad Brunner quip is probably the best description of the Pacers this week, or month, or season:
Former Indiana governor and U.S. senator Evan Bayh made his early endorsement, to the surprise of no one:

Literally, if you’re not listening to Serial, get with the program.

Now it wouldn’t be the Hoosierland without a spate of tweets about the weather. (We do love our #INwx wheezing, don’t we?)

Not gonna lie, we love a good existential tweet.
Finally, in national news: In your face, Kim Kardashian.
Do let’s #FixtheInternet, friends.