It is exceedingly clear that the only good Netflix reboot/revival/reconfiguration of a television series or franchise is Wet Hot American Summer. This trailer for Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later is all the proof you need.
It’s Wednesday, Camp Firewood, and you know what that means: Coop will be coaching our softball team to a victory against the evil Camp Tiger Claw, Gene will fondle his sweaters, and Susie and Ben (such a cute couple!) will be holding auditions for the end of summer talent show. And one more thing, campers! Netflix…
I’m screaming. The internet’s discovered this Cherry Wappin’ Babies-style “Trap Queen” cover, which child actor George Dalton (the Camp Firewood DJ in the Wet Hot prequel!) put out in July. As Desus said, Fetty ain’t lose an eye for this.
Over the weekend, I watched all eight episodes of Netflix’s Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp. Here are my two main takeaways from the series: 1.) Good job, everyone! This was a very funny sequel! 2.) Good job, everyone! You all dress very cool!
Everybody pull out your gournals and mark July 31st, because from the looks of this trailer, you’re going to need to watch all 8 episodes of Netflix’s Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp right away.
Before we start, I’d just like to say the trailer you’re about to watch sucks dick. But nevertheless, please, welcome it.
By now, summer is lukewarm, like that beer you fell asleep with by the pool you do not own (wait, do you own a pool? because we should be friends if you do). Was it everything you'd hoped it would be back on Memorial Day, or, like most summers, did it slip into the room late, looking suspicious and smelling of…