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Astrophysicist Henry Neumann (David Hyde-Pierce) rents a cabin next door to the camp. BTO is flowing on WCFW. Claude Dumet (John Slattery) recasts the big theatrical show and holds ... See full summary »

Director:

David Wain

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Michael Showalter (created by), David Wain (created by) | 9 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Michael Ian Black ... McKinley
Bradley Cooper ... Ben
Janeane Garofalo ... Beth
Christopher Meloni ... Jonas
Marguerite Moreau ... Katie
Zak Orth ... JJ
David Hyde Pierce ... Assoc. Prof. Henry Neumann
Amy Poehler ... Susie
Paul Rudd ... Andy
Molly Shannon ... Gail
Michael Showalter ... Coop
David Bloom ... Kevin
Josh Charles ... Blake
Jon Hamm ... The Falcon
Rob Huebel ... Brodfard Gilroy
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Storyline

Astrophysicist Henry Neumann (David Hyde-Pierce) rents a cabin next door to the camp. BTO is flowing on WCFW. Claude Dumet (John Slattery) recasts the big theatrical show and holds auditions. The Falcon cleans up a convenience store. Andy catches Katie preparing for auditions and catches the acting bug. Kevin tries to save Amy from embarrassment. The hypnotist, "Jackie Brazen" visits and gets uncanny. Drew tries to call "dibs" on Amy. Ben does not realize he is creative; and this makes McKinley very surprised. At Camp Tiger Claw, Graham shows unusual depth and quality by choosing the best. Courtney hits on Flaky Blake; lip gloss used to be SO MUCH FUN in the 70s-80s. Warner calls Courtney a minx and Blake calls Warner a socialist. At the library, Gail finds out from Jeff Jeff that Jonas is not exactly who he says he is. As he ends his act, Jackie Brazen mangles a perfectly brilliant Einstein quote; so, perhaps he is not exactly who HE says he is, either! Written by LA-Lawyer

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31 July 2015 (USA) See more »

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Trivia

The four punks in the convenience store are actually the original four astrophysics kids in Wet Hot American Summer (2001) See more »

Goofs

In episode 4 when Drew says to Kevin "What's your major malfunction" the quote is from Full Metal Jacket which was made 6 years later. See more »

Connections

References Full Metal Jacket (1987) See more »

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