History Recap / TheSimpsonsS4E1KampKrusty

28th Nov '16 7:50:27 PM crl85
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* LogoJoke: The Gracie Films logo is different: the woman's shush is silent, replaced by a Mariachi version of the logo's jingle, finished off by a group of men - presumably the show's male voice actors - saying "Olé!"
8th Nov '16 7:22:14 AM Hedging
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The episode starts with Bart imagining the last day of school with things like Mrs. Krabappel changing his report card grades to all cs to be able to go to camp, and Principal Skinner telling the students to start attacking the place! When he wakes he heads down to breakfast,. He and Lisa are excited because they will be allowed to go to Kamp Krusty, a summer camp that is supposedly run by Bart's hero, Krusty the clown...if they both get C averages.

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The episode starts with Bart imagining the last day of school with things like Mrs. Krabappel changing his report card grades to all cs to be able to go to camp, being a perfect day and Principal Skinner telling the students to start attacking the place! When he wakes he heads then heading down to breakfast,.for Breakfast. He and Lisa are excited because they will be allowed to go to Kamp Krusty, a summer camp that is supposedly run by Bart's hero, Krusty the clown...if they both get C averages.



But when the kids arrive, Krusty is nowhere to be found. It turns out, the ''real'' owner of the camp is a man named Mr. Black, who merely bought the rights to use Krusty's name and image for the camp to attract kids, and the camp is actually a low-budget vermin infested dystopia, whose only purpose other than to make wallets in arts and crafts to sell, is just to torture kids. Making matters worse, their counselors are none other than other than Jimbo, Dolph and Kearney! The cabins are vermin infested, cold and are locked tight from the outside at night, the lakes too dangerous to swim in, the kids roast pinecones instead of marshmallows, they're feed nothing but gruel, they do not get to write any letters to their parents for obvious reasons, and their presents from home are taken. Mr. Black and the bullies on the other hand enjoy a life of luxury while the kids suffer. Bart remains hopeful that Krusty will come eventually, as Mr. Black and Krusty himself (in a video recording) promised, but the but it's made very clear he is not, and it's offically confirmed [[DramaticIrony (to the audience at least)]], by showing him on a trip to Maluabu, unaware of the camp's true nature. Lisa does manage to sneak a letter to Marge and Homer, warning them about the camp, but they just think she's exaggerating because she's homesick.

Eventually, likely to get more work out of the kids, Mr. Black hires Barney Gumble to come dress up as Krusty for the kids. Bart finally snaps and leads a revolution to other throw the camp ''Lord of the Flies'' style. This makes news, and Homer loses his newly grown hair and gains his weight he lost when he sees Bart is the leader. Because of the camp crisis, Krusty is called back from Wimbledon in England and comes to the camp. After realizing he is not an imposter, he apologizes to the kids, saying he was paid a ton of money to sell Mr. Black the rights. To make it up to them, he takes the kids on a trip to Tijuana Mexico.

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But when the kids arrive, Krusty is nowhere to be found. It turns out, the ''real'' owner of the camp is a man named Mr. Black, who merely bought the rights to use Krusty's name and image for the camp to attract kids, kids and the camp clown has no further connection to the camp. But this is actually not all that turned out to be false advertising. Instead of a low-budget vermin infested dystopia, fun and big budgeted summer camp, Kamp Krusty is low-budget, unsafe dystopia-like one, whose only purpose other than to make save for making wallets in arts and crafts to sell, is just to torture kids. Making matters worse, their counselors are none other than other than Jimbo, Dolph and Kearney! The cabins are vermin infested, cold and are locked tight from the outside at night, the lakes too dangerous to swim in, the kids roast pinecones instead of marshmallows, their nature hikes end in disaster, they're feed nothing but gruel, gruel which sometimes has living animals inside of it, they do not get to write any letters to their parents for obvious reasons, and their presents from home are taken. Mr. Black and the bullies on the other hand enjoy a life of luxury while the kids suffer. suffer miserably. Bart tries to remains hopeful that Krusty will come eventually, as Mr. Black and Krusty himself (in a video recording) promised, but the but it's made very clear he is not, and it's offically officially confirmed [[DramaticIrony (to the audience at least)]], by showing him on a trip to Maluabu, unaware of the camp's true nature. Lisa does manage to sneak a letter to Marge and Homer, warning them about the camp, but they just think she's exaggerating because she's homesick.

Eventually, likely to get more work out of the kids, Mr. Black hires Barney Gumble to come dress up as Krusty for the kids.kids, although none of them fall for the pathetic act. Bart finally snaps and leads a revolution to other throw the camp ''Lord of the Flies'' style. This makes news, and Homer loses his newly grown hair and gains his weight he lost when he sees Bart is the leader. Because of the camp crisis, Krusty is called back from Wimbledon in England and comes to the camp. After realizing learning from Bart what he is not an imposter, and the other children went through because of him, he genuinely apologizes to the kids, saying he was paid a ton of money to sell claiming that Mr. Black offered him a huge sum of money for the trademark rights. To make it up to them, he takes the kids on a trip to Tijuana Mexico.
7th Nov '16 12:15:53 PM Hedging
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But when the kids arrive, Krusty is nowhere to be found. It turns out, the ''real'' owner of the camp is a man named Mr. Black, who merely bought the rights to use Krusty's name and image for the camp to attract kids, and the camp is actually a vermin infested dystopia, whose only purpose other than to make wallets in arts and crafts to sell, is just to torture kids. And to make matters worse, their counselors are none other than other than Jimbo, Dolph and Kearney! The cabins are vermin infested, cold and are locked tight from the outside at night, the lakes too dangerous to swim in, the kids roast pinecones instead of marshmallows, they're feed nothing but gruel, they do not get to write any letters to their parents for obvious reasons, and their presents from home are taken. Mr. Black and the bullies on the other hand enjoy a life of luxury while the kids suffer. Bart remains hopefully Krusty will come eventually, but it's made very clear he is not, and he is shown actually on a trip to Maluabu, unaware of the camp's true nature. Lisa does manage to sneak a letter to Marge and Homer, warning them about the camp, but they just think she's exaggerating because she's homesick.

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But when the kids arrive, Krusty is nowhere to be found. It turns out, the ''real'' owner of the camp is a man named Mr. Black, who merely bought the rights to use Krusty's name and image for the camp to attract kids, and the camp is actually a low-budget vermin infested dystopia, whose only purpose other than to make wallets in arts and crafts to sell, is just to torture kids. And to make Making matters worse, their counselors are none other than other than Jimbo, Dolph and Kearney! The cabins are vermin infested, cold and are locked tight from the outside at night, the lakes too dangerous to swim in, the kids roast pinecones instead of marshmallows, they're feed nothing but gruel, they do not get to write any letters to their parents for obvious reasons, and their presents from home are taken. Mr. Black and the bullies on the other hand enjoy a life of luxury while the kids suffer. Bart remains hopefully hopeful that Krusty will come eventually, as Mr. Black and Krusty himself (in a video recording) promised, but the but it's made very clear he is not, and he is shown actually it's offically confirmed [[DramaticIrony (to the audience at least)]], by showing him on a trip to Maluabu, unaware of the camp's true nature. Lisa does manage to sneak a letter to Marge and Homer, warning them about the camp, but they just think she's exaggerating because she's homesick.
11th Sep '16 12:59:23 AM BatmanKalEl
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* RealityEnssues: The cruelties of the camp are played exactly for the child abuse they really are.

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* RealityEnssues: RealityEnsues: The cruelties of the camp are played exactly for the child abuse they really are.
11th Sep '16 12:58:29 AM BatmanKalEl
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* DudeNotFunny: The cruelties of the camp are played exactly for the child abuse they really are.


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* RealityEnssues: The cruelties of the camp are played exactly for the child abuse they really are.
11th Sep '16 12:57:04 AM BatmanKalEl
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* EveryoneHasStandards: Sure, Krusty is an utter and greedy jerk who sells faulty merchandise and was completely uncaring about the conditions of his camp, but even he is terrified when Bart descrbes him about everything the children suffered.

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* EveryoneHasStandards: Sure, Krusty is an utter and greedy jerk who sells faulty merchandise and was completely uncaring about the conditions of his camp, but even he is terrified when Bart descrbes describes him about everything the children suffered.
9th Sep '16 11:48:53 AM BatmanKalEl
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* EveryoneHasStandards: Sure, Krusty is an utter and greedy jerk who sells faulty merchandise and was complety uncaring about the conditions of his camp but even he is terrified when Bart descrbes him about everything the children suffered.

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* EveryoneHasStandards: Sure, Krusty is an utter and greedy jerk who sells faulty merchandise and was complety completely uncaring about the conditions of his camp camp, but even he is terrified when Bart descrbes him about everything the children suffered.
9th Sep '16 11:47:50 AM BatmanKalEl
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* EveryoneHasStandards: Sure, Krusty is an utter and greedy jerk who buys faulty merchandise and was complety uncaring about the conditions of his camp but even he is terrified when Bart descrbes him about everything the children suffered.

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* EveryoneHasStandards: Sure, Krusty is an utter and greedy jerk who buys sells faulty merchandise and was complety uncaring about the conditions of his camp but even he is terrified when Bart descrbes him about everything the children suffered.
9th Sep '16 11:46:22 AM BatmanKalEl
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But when the kids arrive, Krusty is nowhere to be found. It turns out, the ''real'' owner of the camp is a man named Mr. Black, who merely bought the rights to use Krusty's name and image for the camp to attract kids, and the camp is actually a vermin infested dysoptia, whose only purpose other than to make wallets in arts and crafts to sell, is just to torture kids. And to make matters worse, their counselors are none other than other than Jimbo, Dolph and Kearney! The cabins are vermin infested, cold and are locked tight from the outside at night, the lakes too dangerous to swim in, the kids roast pinecones instead of marshmallows, they're feed nothing but gruel, they do not get to write any letters to their parents for obvious reasons, and their presents from home are taken. Mr. Black and the bullies on the other hand enjoy a life of luxury while the kids suffer. Bart remains hopefully Krusty will come eventually, but it's made very clear he is not, and he is shown actually on a trip to Maluabu, unaware of the camp's true nature. Lisa does manage to sneak a letter to Marge and Homer, warning them about the camp, but they just think she's exaggerating because she's homesick.

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But when the kids arrive, Krusty is nowhere to be found. It turns out, the ''real'' owner of the camp is a man named Mr. Black, who merely bought the rights to use Krusty's name and image for the camp to attract kids, and the camp is actually a vermin infested dysoptia, dystopia, whose only purpose other than to make wallets in arts and crafts to sell, is just to torture kids. And to make matters worse, their counselors are none other than other than Jimbo, Dolph and Kearney! The cabins are vermin infested, cold and are locked tight from the outside at night, the lakes too dangerous to swim in, the kids roast pinecones instead of marshmallows, they're feed nothing but gruel, they do not get to write any letters to their parents for obvious reasons, and their presents from home are taken. Mr. Black and the bullies on the other hand enjoy a life of luxury while the kids suffer. Bart remains hopefully Krusty will come eventually, but it's made very clear he is not, and he is shown actually on a trip to Maluabu, unaware of the camp's true nature. Lisa does manage to sneak a letter to Marge and Homer, warning them about the camp, but they just think she's exaggerating because she's homesick.


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* EveryoneHasStandards: Sure, Krusty is an utter and greedy jerk who buys faulty merchandise and was complety uncaring about the conditions of his camp but even he is terrified when Bart descrbes him about everything the children suffered.
28th Aug '16 8:29:48 PM BatmanKalEl
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* JerkAss: The parents, who celebrate the minute their children are out of sight. One of them even shouts "Don't come back." And especially Mr. Black and all of his camp counselors.

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* JerkAss: {{Jerkass}}: The parents, who celebrate the minute their children are out of sight. One of them even shouts "Don't come back." And especially Mr. Black and all of his camp counselors.
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