We'll see you guys at dinner. You can duck underneath them, you know, you're like a little rabbit. You fellows can divide them up any way you like. I'll see you in a couple days. So, let the games begin! Tripper steps forward and selects a surprised Rudy to compete against Horse, Mohawk's star runner. My folks won't let me drive 'cause they caught me drinking, they just don't let me out of the house any more, 'cause I'm a jerk, they said. It's the best darn camp there is.
I mean, I'm the best. I got it, I got it, I got it! How did you make out? And the kids wanted animals, so this year, each camper will stalk and kill his own bear in our private wildlife preserve. I'm really looking forward to working with all of you this summer. Okay, come on, you guys. If you're going to Vegas, man, I would be up for it, because I love that town. Look at those steaming weenies.
On a night like this, one of us could get up in the middle of the night, grab an ax, and cut somebody's head off. Come on, Rudy, get it back the other way. But over here, at Camp North Star this morning, we're gonna be having a delicious gruel breakfast, and don't forget to ask for seconds, because it's all the gruel you can eat. Tomorrow is Parents Day, and you must look rested, or Morty will be sent to the state penitentiary. Everybody, when you're finished stacking, all the cabins can go to their other activities. Rudy the Rabbit, the winner.
Why don't you go ask her to dance? No, I'd rather run, it takes my mind off sex. I'll take care of the frog. Tripper, is there something seriously wrong with you? Tripper, I'm looking forward to some action this summer, I hope you and your gentlemen can supply it for me. I just wanna say, I hope to see you all again next summer. Yeah, I heard about this girl, and she got pregnant without doing it with anyone. Tripper befriends Rudy, a loner camper who has trouble fitting in.
You're in my cabin, okay? You can't get pregnant without doing it. You and Trip are playing defense. I never played the game before. The film also introduced in the role of Rudy Gerner. And I'll grab them, and I'll take that corkscrew, and I will stick it right into the voice box. Well, for your information, Phillip, Rudy is a three-time Junior State Long-Distance Medal Award Winner.
We all know they spent most of last summer in the bushes, but the question is, will true love bloom again? Well, we have some special programs. That evening at the North Star Lodge, Tripper gives a rousing speech, telling the demoralized campers that it doesn't matter whether they win or lose. No one else wants to. What are you doing, Hardware? Come on, give a hundred percent for us! I'm your head counselor, and this is my wake-up show. Okay, the zone's not working. Okay, let's go check it out.
Well, you're not exactly known for your taste. The many mornings Rudy spent jogging and training with Tripper pay off as he wins the race, giving North Star its first Olympiad victory by a score of 230—220. Take that nap now, all right? You're pacing like an expectant father with the clap. Yasser Arafat is gonna come out, spend a weekend with the kids, just rap with them. I think we're in big trouble. Are those Clorets in your pocket or are you just glad to see me? I can see right down your blouse. We're doing Shakespeare in the Round again this year, of course.
What are you, a homo, or what? Hey, I'll see you at the end of the summer, okay? What do you think we ought to do, Trip? I've never asked anyone before. Stick your finger in my ear! Looked like you had a chance there for a second. These children are going to the most glamorous of all summer camps, Camp Mohawk. Attention, Camp North Star, senior staff, counselors, and counselors in training, please rise for our national anthem. All right, these are the camp rules. Oh, don't go human on me now, Trip.
After the way she treated me on the overnight, I'm a little afraid to be alone with her, and I think you know what I mean. Carla is our winning run on second base. Morty would like you all to take a look at these. Now, the buses are leaving tomorrow morning at 6:30 to pick up the kids, and it's very important you get your bus assignments to know which group of kids you're in charge of. Hey, bozo, this is my bunk, so shove off. You're the only person I've told, my folks don't even know. I don't know, Trip, those Mohawks look better than last year.
Would you get a hold of yourself? You'll get that a lot up here. I will grab these guys by the neck, take the toothpick, and stick it right in between their teeth. Damn it, don't they know you're just a kid? Hey, she is staring at you. Okay, Jody, thank you very much. Why don't we just let him sleep a little longer, okay? We gotta make the offense work.