Sneak Peek new footage, plus images from the satirical comedy TV series "Wet Hot American Summer: 10 Years Later", set in 1991, written, directed by David Wain, as a sequel to Wain's 2001 feature "Wet Hot American Summer" and the 2015 prequel TV series "Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp", debuting August 4, 2017 on Netflix:
"...in the original film 'Wet Hot American Summer', the years is 1981 at 'Camp Firewood', a summer camp located near Waterville, Maine, as they prep for the last day of camp. Counselors have one last chance to have a romantic encounter with another person at Camp Firewood. The summer culminates in a talent show.
"'Beth' (Janeane Garofalo), the camp director, struggles to keep her counselors in order—and her campers alive—while falling in love with 'Henry' (David Hyde Pierce), an astrophysics associate professor at 'Colby College'. Henry has to devise a plan to save the camp from a piece of the 'NASA Skylab', which is falling to Earth.
"'Coop' (Michael Showalter) has a crush on 'Katie' (Marguerite Moreau), his fellow counselor, but has to pry her away from her rebellious, obnoxious, and unfaithful boyfriend 'Andy' (Paul Rudd). Only 'Gene' (Christopher Meloni), the shell-shocked Vietnam war vet and camp chef, can help Coop win Katie—with some help from a talking can of mixed vegetables (voiced by H. Jon Benjamin).
"'Victor' (Ken Marino) attempts to lose his virginity with 'Abby' (Marisa Ryan), while 'Susie' (Amy Poehler) attempts to produce and choreograph the greatest talent show Camp Firewood has ever seen..."
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