Where The Wild Chads Are
When Chad takes Clarence on a rugged camping trip, Clarence takes steps to make things less cushy.
Where The Where The Wild Chads Are contains examples of:
- Badass: Clarence, the main contender.
- Blatant Lies: Clarence made one when discarding all of the stuff that they brought for camp down the river, including their clothes, while he made a whiny facade on Chad that someone stole their stuff. Also Chad making up stories about his so-called (non-existent) adventures, which it stirred up the thought of Clarence wanting to see some action which turned out to be less adventuring and more of the boring type of
- Butt-Monkey: Generally for Chad.
- Camping Episode: They both went on a camping trip.
- Horrible Camping Trip: Inverted. Entirely, but ended leaving safely.
- Shout-Out: The episode title references named after the 1963 children's book, and it's 2009 film adaptation "Where The Wild Things Are", by Maurice Sendak.
- The part where Chad is seen watching TV, where Finn and Jake from Adventure Time, is shown.
- Squick: Seeing the way how Camden and his dad's cheeks moves.
- Took a Level in Dumbass: Generally between Clarence and Chad, but more of the former, who is the main contender of this subject, not only that he upset that Chad did nothing that was supposed to be more like a real survival type of camping]], but dumping stuff including some of the important into a river, all for what, just to get Chad started over a story that he told.
- The Reveal: Seeing Chad's ID, revealing much of his full real name.