Connie Goes to Camp I & II (74, 75)
Rating (Out of
"Connie Goes to
Camp" is probably one of my very favorite Camp What-A-Nut adventures. Every scene was
done perfectly and with tons of detail.
I really like how Connie, through a few
circumstances at camp, learned a lesson about why she was in the wrong because of that
whole Applesauce program mistake. It really shows Connie's newfound wisdom as she matures
as a new Christian. I felt so sorry for Connie in this episode because she hadn't learned
her lesson yet. I also felt sorry for her in the days to come because she didn't tell Whit
what she learned, and that caused her to think badly towards Whit, and Whit had to pray
more. That is one thing I'd definitely change about these episodes. Definitely hire back
Connie before Eugene! Eugene doesn't really jump to conclusions as Connie does. I could
really tell what Connie was feeling in each scene.
Now, back to "Connie Goes to Camp." I
really liked the character of Miss Needlebark, who was actually played by a man. She
wasn't the most original of characters, but she added a weird feeling to the episode,
which I think made it interesting. I liked her personality because she seemed rather
looney. Come one... No one in their right mind gets that emotional over a caterpillar
turning into a butterfly! Her character really added life to an already great episode.
In the end of the episode, I like the emotional
stress that Lucy has gone through. She really seems rather angry, if you will, towards
Connie and Ms. Needlebark. I actually felt sorry for Lucy at one point, because you can
take her side. But if you take Connie's side that weighs every other side of the situation
Listen to this episode when you go traveling, or anytime!
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