Bug Juice is about kids trying to adapt to summer camp. Along the way making friends and having unforgettable memories.




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Series cast summary:
Jon Adler Jon Adler ...  Self 14 episodes, 1998
Rhett Bachner Rhett Bachner ...  Self - Boys' Counselor 14 episodes, 1998
Stephanie Etkin Stephanie Etkin ...  Self 14 episodes, 1998
Luna Hammond Luna Hammond ...  Self - Girls' Counselor 14 episodes, 1998
Andrew Johnson Andrew Johnson ...  Self 14 episodes, 1998
Kisha Kisha ...  Self 14 episodes, 1998
Asa Korsen Asa Korsen ...  Self 14 episodes, 1998
Hassan A. Omar Hassan A. Omar ...  Self / ... 14 episodes, 1998
Malik Sollas Malik Sollas ...  Self 14 episodes, 1998
Caitlin Welby Caitlin Welby ...  Self 14 episodes, 1998
Annie Annie ...  Self - Girls' Counselor 13 episodes, 1998
Sarai Fife Sarai Fife ...  Self 13 episodes, 1998
Everett Boyle Everett Boyle ...  Self 11 episodes, 1998
Alison Harding Alison Harding ...  Self 11 episodes, 1998
Jenny Jenny ...  Self 11 episodes, 1998
Lauren Lauren ...  Self 11 episodes, 1998
Martha Martha ...  Self 11 episodes, 1998
Connor Shaw Connor Shaw ...  Self 11 episodes, 1998
Megan Tarr Megan Tarr ...  Self 11 episodes, 1998
Andy White Andy White ...  Self 11 episodes, 1998
Jason Wool Jason Wool ...  Self / ... 11 episodes, 1998
Hurlbutt Alex Hurlbutt Alex ...  Brush Ranch 10 episodes, 2001
Alex R. Hurlbutt 10 episodes, 2001
Peanut Peanut ...  Self - Boys' Head Counselor / ... 9 episodes, 1998
Geffen Geffen ...  Self - Dog 8 episodes, 1998
Morgan Will Morgan Will ...  Self - Boys' Counselor 8 episodes, 1998
Jonathan Jonathan ...  Self - Counselor / ... 6 episodes, 1998


"Bug Juice" tells of teen agers at summer camp. This documetary lets the campers talk about their feelings and show events in their life at camp such as love, heart break, best friend fights. When the show first came out, the summer sessions at Camp Wayiatah in Maine, but every summer the camps change. Written by KG

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Bug Juice doesn't come in a jar
18 February 2006 | by liketrampsSee all my reviews

This was one of the first attempts at reality television directed solely for teenagers. The first season was located in Maine at Camp Waziyatah. It had interviews like "Real World confessionals" where certain kids could vent about daily life at camp. The normal struggles of being away from home for the first time and being able to interact with the opposite sex outside of a school setting drove this show. The show starts out with the first day of camp and the different personalities that encompass each bunk. The kids grow close and it's interesting to see how the campers really become friends because they want to and not because they're forced to. Of course, there are fights about boys and couples break up everyday but isn't that obvious, it is camp after all. If the viewer watches every episode, they will want more when the end of camp approaches. It's just a very honest look at the awkward years. And great to watch when you want to pretend you're still just as awkward.

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28 February 1998 (USA) See more »

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