Campin’ Ain’t Easy

  • Season 3, Ep 12
  • 04/07/2015

After Woody turns Brickleberry into a Native American-themed summer camp, the rangers become involved in a competition for the tribal shield.

♪ Chumba-wumba,hubba-bubba, Ray Liotta ♪

Greetings, Shit For Brain,

Dances With Rhythm,Morning After,

and Gay Buffalo.

Big Chief Horsedickcome bearing big news.

15 years after beingshut down,

we're finally reopeningCamp Brickleberry,

and you're all gonna becamp counselors.

- Yes!- Yes!

Woody, this park isa dangerous place for children.

So is your uterus.

Jackubowskiwants the camp reopened.

And it givesthe park a chance

to make a buttload of moneyoff some sucker parents.

So you sure as shitbetter show them a good time.

So we're supposed to chasethese kids around

and do all this extra work?What do we get?

Well, the counselorwhose tribe is voted the best

at the end of the week wins...

[imitates fanfare]

the legendary tribal shield.

Like anyone with a braincould be motivated

by a painted trash can lid.

- I'm winning this!- No, it's mine!

Hands offmy painted trash can lid!

Settle down, morons!Put these on.

Woody, I, uh,didn't get a shirt.

There's no way I'm letting yoube a counselor again.

You're the reason we hadto close the camp

in the first place.

What happened?

I remember it like it happened15 years ago.

- Steve?- Oh, sorry.

I thought you guyscould see my brain movie.

Every summer the entire campwould compete against each other

in the mother of allcamp competitions--

The Gauntlet.

[gunshot][grunts]

- We're gonna lose.- I know a shortcut.

Are you sureabout this?

This sign says"mine field."

Mine field, your field,I don't care whose field it is.

Get in there!

[explosions]

This is gonna makefor a scary brain movie.

Okay, kids,now, remember,

Chief Woody will be watchingand keeping tabs.

Everything you do wellearns your tribe

valuable pointsfor the tribal shield.

Malloy herewill be keeping score.

On it.Points!

Now it's time for a tourof our wilderness wonderland.

Here is where the two bestcooks in the county

will delight your taste buds--our mess hall.

- Oh, mess hall.- Yeah, that makes more sense.

Above you is ourstate-of-the-art ropes course.

[eagle screeching][zapping]

This doesn't look anythinglike the brochure.

Where are the arcadesand the 100-foot water slides?

We have water slides!

Don't lookat that.

Why can'twe play outside?

Yeah, Steve,it's a beautiful day.

It's way too dangerousout there.

Steve, the bestcounselor ever,

is going to keephis kids safe.

Besides, we can do fun campactivities right here.

See?

Aah! No.You could choke on that.

Mmm, mmm.[spits]

Steve,this is ridiculous.

These kids can't spendtheir whole week of camp

locked up in a cabin.

Connie, my kidsaren't stepping foot

out of this cabin,and that's final.

(kids)Aww!

All right, campers.

Time for an exciting hikepast the Brickleberry whirlpool!

I haven't had a group of kidswatch me poop

since I paid money to havea group of kids watch me poop.

[laughing]