7 Oklahomans to Be Thankful For…

Happy Thanksgiving Eve, everyone! Families across the state will soon be gathering together to share in thankfulness for their hearty Thanksgiving meal, gratitude for the joy the holidays bring, and relief that their racist great-uncle finally kicked the bucket. Though the giving of thanks isn’t scheduled to take place until tomorrow, we wanted to make sure nothing was forgotten during the annual Thanksgiving prayer or whatever. So here are 7 people Oklahomans should really be thankful for!

Blessed Mother Reba McEntire

This Thanksgiving it is important to be grateful for our Blessed Mother Reba McEntire. Without her, there would be a few too few ginger drag queens and not enough music to drink to while recovering from your second divorce.

“Woman Yelling at a Cat” Lady

The woman in 2019’s meme of the year is TRHWOBH star Taylor Armstrong. Before becoming a famous chemically imbalanced California housewife, she lived in Oklahoma and graduated from Tulsa Union as Shana Hughes. We should be thankful she left Oklahoma to cause destruction on a coast. We have enough disasters here.

Kendra Horn

After years of Republican rule, we’re thankful to see that Oklahoma City is finally being represented by a politician who’s more concerned about being re-elected than taking a stand on important issues.

Matt Damon 

We are thankful for honorary Oklahoman Matt Damon for giving Oklahomans the chance to be famous for something other than our back-asswards laws and meth-fueled antics.

Emily Sutton

With class, sass and scientific accuracy, Emily Sutton inspires Oklahomans to wake up early, take global warming seriously, and not f*ck with her on twitter.

Robert Moose

From chasing ‘naders on the ground for KFOR, to tweeting live feeds from emergency scanners, Robert Moose is your one-stop for vital information being broadcasted in real time from across the metro. Without Mr. Moose, how would we know which convenience stores in the metro are the least protected against beer heists…or how stupidly common it is for Oklahomans to engage in mailbox vandalism or scream at Popeyes employees.

Bricktown Rob

The Lost Ogle Show wouldn’t be the same without him.


Hayley is grateful for her cats. They don’t know politics. Follow her on twitter @squirrellygeek