Eddie comes up with a great idea for the family: to camp at the woods. Everybody agrees to spent a few days with nature. Marilyn will stay at home because she has to study, and Lily asks her for to look after Spot. Everything is set in the car, and The Munsters are on their way to the wood. But when they're about to arrive, the rangers at the inspection hut see that the family looks very suspicious, because they've heard by radio about a group of eccentric people causing problems. The family settles near the lake, in a very nice spot, where Herman could fish with Eddie. Grandpa starts to behave in a strange way. He feels so bad when Herman begins to hammer a stick at the ground to set up the tend, because that remembers him the way that vampires are killed. Later, Herman and Eddie are fishing at the lake. Herman won't catch anything fresh, but rather cooked, when he catches a pair of fried fishes from a camp in the other side of the lake, and even a fried chicken. At night, it will ... Written by
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The title is based on the novel The Call of the Wild by American writer Jack London. See more
What do you think, Mr. Haskell?
Why couldn't the park department have assigned me to Squirrel Valley, where all the nuts are up in the trees!
Referenced in Munster, Go Home!