Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp

  1. Episode 8 Day Is Done
  2. Episode 7 Staff Party
    WHAS: FDOC Recap: The True Meaning of Kibbutz There’s not a single death in this episode — unless you count Kevin dying inside.
  3. Episode 6 Electro/City
    Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp Recap: Filet Mingong “Electro/City” is not only the best episode of Wet Hot American Summer yet, it is also the best episode of television I’ve seen this year.
  4. Episode 5 Dinner
    WHAS: FDOC Recap: The Public-Urination Case “It looks like a fart.”
  5. Episode 4 Auditions

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