I just watched Ernest Goes to Camp for the first time in years, and while it is still a good movie, I feel I want the Nostalgia Critic to review this. There's a LOT of stuff I could see the NC pick apart. Still, I'll post some of my thoughts and observations: Councilor Stinnis initially gets the job of councilor for the boys because he's "the one with the most experience". Does that mean he was a juvenile deliquent as well or that he's been a camp councilor the longest? It's funny how many of the other adults see Ernest getting hurt and don't bat an eye about it. They don't care that Ernest falls out of the bus, the kids walk over Ernest as they get off the bus, the Nurse and her grandfather don't seem to care much when Ernest gets attacked by spider ants (though the nurse does treat Ernest at the hospital afterwards), and they don't seem to care when the sign falls on Ernest (the camp master just says, "at least nobody was hurt"). I've often wondered why Moose was in the detention center... We never learn why he was there. Of course we hardly know why any of the boys were there, but Moose doesn't seem like a bad kid. Though maybe he started being good after getting sent there. When the nurse berates the boys for giving Ernest poision ivy, one of them says that he's a jerk, and she doesn't seem to defend him or get on them? And later she says that Ernest is the only one that wanted them there... But didn't she and her grandfather bond with them a bit? It is kind of funny during the battle when one of the turtles starts talking. Though since it's a close-up, I wonder if maybe it was one of the kids talking for him. We may never know... (unless somebody has acopy of the script) Jake and Eddie are a funny duo... But it seems they are missing in action for half an hour, coming back when everyone starts battling. After the bad guys seem to give up, the nurse shows up, saying she's got a restrainign order. But can she actually do that, considering they did legally own the land (even if it was by tricking the owner?). At the end, Ernest says that the camp "has a year-round councilor". What's that mean, exactly? Is the camp actually open all-year-round? And IS Ernest still the councilor at that point?