Lizzie Borden High's class of 1972 are going through the motions at their tenth-year reunion, until deranged alum Walter Baylor, driven insane by a sadistic senior-year prank, escapes from ... See full summary »
Camp Tar Creek is a backwater U.S. Army outpost, enlivened by the shenanigans of Sergeant Val Valentine, and pal Private Tony Baker. Their money-making schemes must escape detection by Major Hawkins. Baker's girlfriend is Corporal Lola Grey.
It Lasted:Three Months but is still very Reminiscent & Nostalgic.
Yes I Saw this one year before I'd seen the Movie "Animal House" on HBO & Yes I enjoyed this show very much from what I recall of it.The Ad of which asked "Every wonder whatever happened to those National Lampoon Animals?""They're here at Delta House."The episode in which Blotto Says"Let's give them World War III in action!"Then the soldiers were fooled by the scenery of which was only small toy scenery set ups burning that they saw through their periscopes (or whatever you may call these.)I also was impressed by the general idea of Blotto as a pig,even without having seen Bluto as such first.The Delta House Theme song to open the show was very catchy too.As was the song going to as well as coming back from the commercials "Delta House oh Delta House." while they showed the picture of Blotto & the guys.But my most favorite reminiscence is from my High School's Year Book of The Philomath '79 under To Eat With: it said right side by side John "Bluto" Belushi & Josh "Blotto" Mostel.Even the original cast members that reprise their roles well as Flounder,Otter,etc.did well as I got to see when I had seen them in "Animal House" itself a year later on HBO. Truthfully, Stephen "Steve" G. Baer a.k.a. "Ste" of Framingham,Ma.USA where I had attended Framingham South High and graduated in 1982.
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