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Counselor Budnick 

It's backwards and upside-down weekend at camp and everything that can be done backwards- will be done backwards. Anyway Counselor Ug changes places with Camper Bobby Budnick for the ... See full summary »

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Megan Berwick ...
Z.Z. Ziff
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Eddie 'Donkeylips' Gelfen
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Sponge Harris (as Tim Eyster)
Heidi Lucas ...
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Kent Flankman
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It's backwards and upside-down weekend at camp and everything that can be done backwards- will be done backwards. Anyway Counselor Ug changes places with Camper Bobby Budnick for the weekend and Budnick makes a bet with Ug that he can be a better Counselor than Ug ever was. The bet is made but with the help of Ug the campers start to play tricks on Counselor Budnick. Budnick follows the camp guidelines and punishes the campers who in turn begin to really hate him. Budnick finds it harder to be a Counselor than he ever thought and needs to turn the whole thing around or lose the bet to Ug and have to clean Ug's sweaty feet for the rest of the summer. Written by Joe Struss

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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3 June 1992 (USA)  »

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In "Cinderella Play" Budnick suggests they do a play called "Amazon Girls a Go-Go". "Amazon Girls a Go-Go" is actually the name of a low budget 1970's porn film. See more »

Goofs

In the segment at the very end where Kent Flankman (Henry W. Laster) super glues his hand to his forehand. He really did do that by accident as he was playing around with real super glue. See more »

Quotes

[the campers realises that Budnick has transformed into the Counselor of Hell, not the free loving counselor who promised to let them run amuck]
Dina Alexander: We have created a monster.
Sponge Harris: Absolute power corrupts absolutely. Aristotle said that.
Ronnie Pinsky: Budnick is a swine. Let's pound him. Pinsky said that.
Bobby Budnick: Quit your yapping, no breaks.
[sleeps]
Sponge Harris: We have to find some way to get him him back.
Dina Alexander: Why don't we put meat in his toothpaste?
Ronnie Pinsky: No good. There's no telling when he's going to brush his teeth.
Telly Radford: I still say pounding him is...
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References Driving Miss Daisy (1989) See more »

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