Susie from Wet Hot American Summer
Susie (Amy Poehler) is theater co-counselors with Ben, who is also her boyfriend. But as we all know, camp romances can change quickly. At least her passion for theater will keep her going through any possible heartaches.
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September 28, 2015 by Amy
Yaron (David Wain) is the visiting Israeli soccer counselor who exudes cool. He has the exotic accent, the great hair, and the athletic abilities that he shows off with the diablo. Plus, he can play a mean shofar. He even makes the short shorts look good. It’s no surprise that girls like Donna can’t resist him.September 25, 2015 by Amy
Lindsay (Elizabeth Banks) is a journalist for Rock & Roll World magazine who goes undercover at Camp Firewood to find out what teenagers are up to. She’s able to pull off looking like a 16-year-old teen just by pulling her hair to the side. While at the camp, she develops a relationship with Andy, despite the fact that he’s dating Katie. She also has a particular love for barbecue sauce.
September 17, 2015 by Amy
Courtney (Kristen Wiig) is a counselor at Camp Tigerclaw who has the hots for Blake, and drops some serious innuendos with her uncomfortable application of lip balm. Despite the pearls and pink outfits, she can get down and dirty during a brawl – all she needs is an oyster fork.
October 11, 2015 by AmySeptember 21, 2015 by Amy
Mitch (H. Jon Benjamin) is the director at Camp Tigerwood whose favorite afternoon snack is weirdly a can of mixed vegetables. He meets an unfortunate end after he falls into a toxic waste pit discovered at the camp. Fortunately this happens while he’s carrying his snack and the toxic sludge turns him into a sentient vegetable can, who later becomes an influential part of Gene’s life.
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