Ernest P. Worrell is now in the military as a soldier. Once he begins, him and his team investigates a dictator who was responsible for the wars in the nearly village. Suddenly, Ernest finds a lost boy and has to keep him safe until his father recovers. Written by
America's Hero is Finally Back in Camp!
Did You Know?
This was Jim Varney
's final appearance as Ernest P. Worrell. According to Director John R. Cherry III
's Autobiography, "Keeper of the Clown: My Life with Ernest", he had planned Varney to reprise his role in a planned film "Ernest the Pirate", where Ernest is somehow trapped on a pirate ship in the 1600's. However, Varney was so ill from lung cancer, Cherry couldn't bring himself to make him work on the film. Varney died two years later, which motivated Cherry to retire. Thus, officially ending the Ernest P. Worrell franchise. See more
Ernest P. Worrell
I am poultry in motion.