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The entire cast gets back together to celebrate the sketch’s 25th anniversary.
This mashup is truly The Ultimate.
Look closely and you’ll notice a young Ken Marino sitting right beside him, too.
David Wain dabbles in drama for his star-studded historical reimagining.
A decades-spanning journey from Shaker Heights to National Lampoon.
He also suggests “there’s a lot more we could explore” in the franchise.
Here’s a taste of what we’re most excited about in the year to come.
David Wain directed Forte as National Lampoon founder Doug Kenney in the forthcoming film.
Make it your beeswax to read our final Camp Firewood takeaways and share your own.
A 10-movie crash course before Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later drops.
David Wain and Michael Showalter’s third trip to Camp Firewood hits hard.