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List Of Characters In Camp Lazlo - Camp Kidney Staff - Scoutmaster Lumpus
... as a horse Murray changed the design to a moose when the design seemed more "mountain" to the Camp Lazlo creator ... Lumpus was a former Bean Scout from the same camp when he was a young kid ... caused by his parents' failure to visit him at camp when he was a Bean Scout and tell him that they love him or even show any signs of care for him ...
Camp Lazlo: Where's Lazlo? - Season 3: 2006–2007
... Dirt Nappers" When Samson goes overboard vacuuming the camp, the result is a disaster for the Dung beetles 33 "Spacemates / Temper Tee Pee" August 29, 2006 (2006-08-29) 307 "Spacemates" Nina is ... time to get a float in, they try to steal Camp Kidney's float ... that the Tusk Wizard does not know he is at Camp Kidney ...
Camp Lazlo: Where's Lazlo? - Season 2: 2005–2006
... When the rest of the Bean Scouts head home for Halloween, The Jelly Beans figure Camp Kidney is the best place to spend the holiday. 2005 (2005-11-11) 202 "No Beads, No Business" When Raj gets his turn to run the camp store, business is slow until Lazlo decides to help him ... heart will soar forever more" 16 "Parent's Day / Club Kidney-Ki" November 18, 2005 (2005-11-18) 203 "Parent's Day" Scoutmaster Lumpus' parents fail to visit on Parent's Day, so the ...
Camp Lazlo: Where's Lazlo? - Season 4: 2007
... n' Eddy, My Gym Partner's A Monkey, Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends and Camp Lazlo "Strange Trout From Outer Space" Aliens abduct Samson and want cheese ... Cheese Orbs" With their search failed at Camp Kidney, the aliens hope to get luckier in their search for cheese in Acorn Flats, where the Squirrel Scouts are preparing the ... receives the "Squirrel Scout Handbook." The camp turns upside down with all the new rules 46 "Never Bean on the Map / Harold and Raj" June 27, 2007 (2007-06-27) 407 "Never Bean on the Map" The Jellies ...

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    When the weather is bad as it was yesterday, everybody, almost everybody, feels cross and gloomy. Our thin linen tents—about like a fish seine, the deep mud, the irregular mails, the never to-be-seen paymasters, and “the rest of mankind,” are growled about in “old-soldier” style. But a fine day like today has turned out brightens and cheers us all. We people in camp are merely big children, wayward and changeable.
    Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822–1893)