It consists of a video game strapped to a boombox, a comic book, a small fan, a ping pong paddle, a remote-controlled helicopter, and a sandwich. It was designed to acommodate for a child's short attention span.
- A character in the comic book used for the Entertainernator resembles Lojo/Luji, a character from the first series of the short-lived European version of the "Flick-to-Stick Bungees" toys.
- The term "Entertainernator" may be a reference to Dr. Doofenshmirtz's "inators" from the Disney show Phineas and Ferb.
- It may also be a reference to The Terminator, which was also referenced in the episode "The Procrastinators."
|Merchandise||The DVD (DVD) • The Mystery (DVD) • The Party (DVD) • Volume 4 (DVD) • Merchandise|
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