Андрей Смирнов
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Джесси / летний лагерь 1-2 сезон

Plot

In the beginning of spring, Boog (Matthew J. Munn) plans an annual guys’ trip to spend time with his male best friends. However, Elliot (Matt Taylor) has distanced himself from Boog since he started a family with Giselle (Melissa Sturm). They are now the parents of three fawns named Gisela (Karley Scott Collins), Giselita (Ciara Bravo), and Elvis (Harrison Fahn). Boog is disappointed since everyone else wants to spend time with their families, which makes him go on a trip of his own with a now-repaired Dinkleman; this leads him to a Russian traveling circus called the Maslova Family Circus.

While in the Maslova Family Circus, Boog meets Doug (Matthew J. Munn), a lazy, scruffy grizzly bear lookalike who is tired of performing in the circus on the sidelines, his Spanish-accented Argentinian camelid best friend and henchman Alistair (Dana Snyder) who longs to see his girlfriend Carmen, and a talented female bear named Ursa (Melissa Sturm) whom Boog begins to fall in love with. Upon encountering Boog, Doug convinces him to switch his life in the forest for his place at the circus (as he craves respect and recognition as the ruler of wildlife). Boog accepts the offer and poses as Doug, but it later turns out to be a scam since Doug secretly wanted to escape and rule wildlife.

Meanwhile, when Boog and Ursa begin to work together, they obtain much more as a harmonious duet than it may seem at first glance. Eventually, Doug’s cover is blown and the wilds demand for him to tell them of Boog’s whereabouts. After being tortured into talking by the wilds, Doug soon confesses and Elliot starts a rescue mission to bring Boog back home before the circus moves back to Russia. As they arrive at the circus, Mr. Weenie (Cody Cameron) and the other pets appear to help the wilds in their mission.

Eventually, Boog’s best friends arrive at the Maslova Family Circus. They want Boog to return home, but Alistair wants Boog to stay. As well, Boog doesn’t want to leave Ursa. Suddenly, Doug returns, reunites with Alistair, and apologizes to Boog for tricking him, which Boog accepts. While Doug and Alistair perform their next act for the audience, Elliot tells Boog he can stay at the circus if he wants to. Since Boog does not want to leave Elliot or Ursa, he convinces Ursa to live with them in the forest and she gladly accepts.

Ursa enjoys life in the forest, which she gladly accepts as her new home. Finally, Boog, Elliot, and their male friends (except Ian {Matt Taylor}, who was attending to the girls) go on the guys’ trip and sing Willie Nelson’s «On the Road Again» while the females have their own party, with Ian as their host. Later, Ian joins the guys on their trip.

In a post-credits scene, Alistair introduces a slideshow of him and Doug enjoying their tour around the world.

Episodes

Main article: Episode Guide

Confirmed dates

These are episodes that have confirmed titles and dates.

  1. 06/20/19 — Who da Boss? Lou da Boss! (401)
  2. 06/27/19 — Kikiwaka’s Got Talent (402)
  3. 07/04/19 — Yes, Lies and Tower Escape (403)
  4. 07/11/19 — An Udder Disaster (404)
  5. 07/18/19 — Hot Spring Friend Machine (405)
  6. 07/25/19 — Water Under the Dock (406)
  7. 10/05/19 — In Your Wildest Screams (410)
  8. 10/12/19 — Inn Trouble (408)
  9. 10/19/19 — Lake Rancid (407)
  10. 10/26/19 — Between a Raccoon and a Hard Place (409)
  11. 11/02/19 — Mo-Squito Mo Problems (411)
  12. 11/09/19 — Sore Lou-ser (412)
  13. 11/16/19 — Lone Wolf (413)
  14. 11/23/19 — Serfs Up-rising (414)
  15. 12/07/19 — Summer Winter Wonderland (415)
  16. 01/10/20 — Cramped Champions (416)
  17. 01/17/20 — A Tale of Two Stackers (417)
  18. 01/24/20 — Whatever Floats Your Goat Boat (418)
  19. 01/31/20 — Snow Cups and Fisticuffs (419)
  20. 02/07/20 — The S’more, The S’merrier (420)
  21. 02/21/20 — Lava at First Sight (421)
  22. 02/28/20 — Town and Clown Relations (422)
  23. 03/06/20 — Whisper Toots (423)
  24. 03/13/20 — My Fairy Lady (424)
  25. 03/20/20 — Party Pooper (425)
  26. 06/21/20 — Squatters’ Fights (426)
  27. 06/28/20 — Three Stars and a Baby (427)
  28. 07/12/20 — Manic Moose Day (428)
  29. 07/19/20 — Breaking Barb (429)
  30. 07/24/20 — Raven About Bunk’d (430)

Episodes

Confirmed Dates

These are episodes that have confirmed titles and dates.

  1. 06/18/18 — We Can’t Bear It! (301)
  2. 06/19/18 — Let’s Bounce! (302)
  3. 06/20/18 — Take the Cake (303)
  4. 06/21/18 — O Sister, Where Art Thou? (304)
  5. 06/22/18 — Cav’d In (305)
  6. 06/25/18 — By All Memes (306)
  7. 06/29/18 — A Whole Lotta Lobsta (307)
  8. 07/02/18 — No Bones About It (308)
  9. 07/06/18 — Finder’s Keepers, Lou’s a Weeper (309)
  10. 07/09/18 — Reversal of Fortune (310)
  11. 07/13/18 — Game of Totems (311)
  12. 07/16/18 — Toilets and Tiaras (312)
  13. 07/20/18 — Bungle in the Jungle (313)
  14. 07/27/18 — Gruel and Unusual Punishment (314)
  15. 08/03/18 — It’s a Blast! (315)
  16. 09/21/18 — Up, Up and Away (316)

Cast

Main Cast

  • Peyton List as Emma Ross (21/21)
  • Karan Brar as Ravi Ross (21/21)
  • Skai Jackson as Zuri Ross (21/21)
  • Miranda May as Lou Hockhauser (21/21)
  • Kevin G. Quinn as Xander McCormick (19/21)
  • Nathan Arenas as Jorge Ramirez (17/21)
  • Nina Lu as Tiffany Chen (17/21)

Recurring Cast

  • Mary Scheer as Gladys (9/21)
  • Tessa Netting as Hazel Swearengen (9/21)
  • Frank as Mrs. Kipling (5/21)
  • Nate Stone as Timmy (3/21)

Guest Cast

  • Casey Campbell as Murphy (The Ones That Got Away )
  • Myko Olivier as Dr. Hunter Brody (Friending with the Enemy )
  • Harrison White as Santa Claus (Secret Santa )
  • Andrew Caldwell as Ted (No Escape )
  • Amanda LaCount as Ginger Camp Counselor-in-Training (Close Encounters of the Camp Kind)
  • Amarr M. Wooten as Marsh (Close Encounters of the Camp Kind)
  • Chandler Massey as Noah (For Love and Money )
  • Kelly Washington as Sasha (Love Is for the Birds )
  • Larry Poindexter as Gerald McCormick (Xander Says Goodbye)

Cast

Main Cast

  • Peyton List as Emma Ross (16/16)
  • Karan Brar as Ravi Ross (16/16)
  • Skai Jackson as Zuri Ross (16/16)
  • Miranda May as Lou Hockhauser (16/16)
  • Mallory James Mahoney as Destiny Baker (16/16)
  • Raphael Alejandro as Matteo Silva (16/16)
  • Will Buie Jr. as Finn Sawyer (16/16)

 Guest Cast

  • Lisa Linke as  (Take the Cake)
  • Frank as Mrs. Kipling (Take the Cake)
  • Casey Campbell as Murphy (By All Memes)
  • Robert Towers as Gerald Barker (Babyface Munson) (Finder’s Keepers, Lou’s a Weeper)
  • Lily Mae Silverstein as Lydia (Game of Totems)
  • Dawson Fletcher as (Game of Totems)
  • Abigail Dylan Harrison as  (Toilets and Tiaras)
  • Beth Curry as (Bungle in the Jungle)
  • Bertrand-Xavier Corby as (Gruel and Unusual Punishment)
  • Meryl Hathaway as (It’s a Blast!)
  • Annie Sertich as  ( Up, Up and Away)
  • Owen Atlas as  ( Up, Up and Away)
  • Hannah Bowen as Kikiwaka ( Up, Up and Away)

Cast

Main Cast

  • Peyton List as Emma Ross (21/21)
  • Skai Jackson as Zuri Ross (21/21)
  • Miranda May as Lou Hockhauser (21/21)
  • Karan Brar as Ravi Ross (20/21)
  • Nathan Arenas as Jorge Ramirez (19/21)
  • Kevin G. Quinn as Xander McCormick (18/21)
  • Nina Lu as Tiffany Chen (17/21)

Recurring Cast

  • Lincoln Melcher as Griff Jones (13/21)
  • Tessa Netting as Hazel Swearengen (7/21)
  • Mary Scheer as Gladys (4/21)
  • Lily Mae Silverstein as Lydia (4/21)
  • Casey Campbell as Murphy (3/21)
  • Frank as Mrs. Kipling (2/21)
  • Nate Tone as Timmy (2/21)

Guest Cast

  • Paula Rhodes as Stephanie Queen (Queen of Screams )
  • Emma Shannon as Little Lou (Luke Out Below)
  • Mason Patrick Mahay as Little Xander (Luke Out Below)
  • Taylor Autumn Bertman as Little Hazel (Luke Out Below)
  • Harrison White as Santa Claus (How the Griff Stole Christmas)
  • James Gaisford as Tucker/Bronson (Mud Fight )
  • Nina Millin as Dr. Sharon Chen (Camp Stinky Waka)
  • Jason Bosch as Parole Officer Gribbly (Dreams Come True)
  • Tate Hanyok as Officer Marie Poutine (We Didn’t Start the Fire)
  • Sean Whalen as Officer Cosmo Dibble (We Didn’t Start the Fire)

Gallery

The image gallery for Three Stars and a Baby may be viewed here.

Episodes
Season 1
«Welcome to Camp Kikiwaka • «Gone Girl» • «Camp Rules» • «Smells Like Camp Spirit» • «The Ones That Got Away» • Can You Hear Me Now» • «Friending with the Enemy» • «Waka, Waka, Waka!» • «Secret Santa» • «Counselors’ Night Off» • There’s No Place Like Camp» • «Luke’s Back» • «No Escape» • «Close Encounters of the Camp Kind» • «Crafted and Shafted» • Boo Boos and Birthdays» • «For Love and Money» • «Love is for the Birds» • «Bride and Doom» • «Live From Camp Kikiwaka» • «Xander Says Goodbye»
Season 2
«Griff is in the House!» • «Dance in My Pants» • «Zuri Has a Little Lamb» • «Zuri Weasels Out» • «Queen of Screams» • «Luke Out Below» • «Camp Kiki-slasher» • «Treehouse of Terror» • «Tidal Wave» • «Fog’d In» • «How the Griff Stole Christmas» • «Food Fight» • «Mother May I? • «Mud Fight» • «Dog Days of Summer» • «Bad Dog!» • «Camp Stinky Waka» • «Cabin vs. Cabin» • «Dreams Come True» • «We Didn’t Start the Fire» • «The Great Escape»
Season 3
«We Can’t Bear It!» • «Let’s Bounce!» • «Take the Cake» • «O Sister, Where Art Thou?» • «Cav’d In» • «By All Memes» • «A Whole Lotta Lobsta» • «No Bones About It» • «Finder’s Keepers, Lou’s a Weeper» • «Reversal of Fortune» • «Game of Totems» • «Toilets and Tiaras» • «Bungle in the Jungle • «Gruel and Unusual Punishment» • «It’s a Blast!» • «Up, Up and Away»
Season 4
«Who da Boss? Lou da Boss!» • «Kikiwaka’s Got Talent» • «Yes, Lies and Tower Escape» • «An Udder Disaster» • «Hot Spring Friend Machine» • «Water Under the Dock» • «In Your Wildest Screams» • «Inn Trouble» • «Lake Rancid» • «Between a Raccoon and a Hard Place» • «Mo-Squito Mo Problems» • «Sore Lou-ser» • «Lone Wolf» • «Serfs Up-rising» • «Summer Winter Wonderland» • «Cramped Champions» • «A Tale of Two Stackers» • «Whatever Floats Your Goat Boat» • «Snow Cups and Fisticuffs» • «The S’more, The S’merrier» • «Lava at First Sight» • «Town and Clown Relations» • «Whisper Toots» • «My Fairy Lady» • «Party Pooper» • «Squatters’ Fights» • «Three Stars and a Baby» • «Manic Moose Day» • «Breaking Barb» • «Raven About Bunk’d»

About[edit]

Broadcast Talentedit

Portuguese Broadcastedit
  • Commentators:
    •  BiDa (Bernardo Soares Claussen Moura)
    •  AMD (Amanda Abreu)
    •  xrm (Pablo Oliveira)
    •  GuizaO (Guilherme Kemen)
    •  Dz7 (Guilherme Borges)
    •  Spacca (Guilherme Spacca)
  • Analysts:
    •  Gio (Giovanni Deniz)
    •  bczz (Otávio Boccuzzi)
    •  cAmyy (Camila Vicentini Natale)
Spanish Broadcastedit
  • Commentators:
    •  Andr3w (Andres Capozzolo)
    •  Aku (Axel Martinez)
    •  Francisco Alba 
    •  Martrixe (Martin Kuhn)
    •  Lyssan (Lisandro Mori)
    •  H1RO (Danilo Dócimo)
    •  Efe.c (Federico Gonzalez)
English Broadcastedit
  • Commentator:

     Upmind (Gustavo Franco Domingues)

Formatedit

  • Regular Season:
    • Single Round-Robin format league
      • All teams play each other once
      • All matches are Bo1
    • Top two teams advance to Semifinals
    • Next four teams advance to Quarterfinals
    • Bottom four teams advance to the Pre-Relegation
  • Playoffs:
    • Double-Elimination bracket
    • All matches (excl. Grand Final) are Bo3
    • Grand Final is Bo5 (1 map advantage to the UB team)
  • Pre-Relegation
    • Double-Elimination bracket
    • All matches are Bo3
    • Upper and lower bracket final winners will qualify for Season 4
    • Lower bracket Semifinal and final losers proceed to Relegation

Prize Pooledit

R$150,000 BRL (~$ USD) are spread among the teams as seen below:

Place

$ USD

R$ BRL

SeedTeam
 1stR$60,000TBD
 2ndR$25,000TBD
 3rdR$15,000TBD
 4thR$12,000 W7M Gaming
5th-6thR$10,000 Isurus
Bravos Gaming
7thR$5,000 9z Team
8thR$5,000 e-Galo
9thR$4,000Relegation Keyd Stars
10thR$4,000Relegation Cream Real Betis Latam

Converted USD prizes are based on the currency exchange rate (taken from xe.com) on October 21, 2020: 1 BRL = USD.

Episodes

Confirmed Dates

These are confirmed episodes with confirmed air dates.

  1. 08/23/16 — Griff is in the House! (201)
  2. 08/24/16 — Dance in My Pants (202)
  3. 08/25/16 — Zuri Has a Little Lamb (203)
  4. 08/26/16 — Weasel Out (205)
  5. 09/16/16 — Queen of Screams (207)
  6. 09/30/16 — Luke Out Below (206)
  7. 10/07/16 — Camp Kiki-slasher (204)
  8. 10/28/16 — Treehouse of Terror (209)
  9. 11/04/16 — Tidal Wave (208)
  10. 11/11/16 — Fog’d In (212)
  11. 12/02/16 — How the Griff Stole Christmas (211)
  12. 02/24/17 — Food Fight (217)
  13. 03/03/17 — Mother May I? (210)
  14. 03/17/17 — Mud Fight (216)
  15. 03/24/17 — Dog Days of Summer (214)
  16. 03/31/17 — Bad Dog! (215)
  17. 04/07/17 — Camp Stinky Waka (218)
  18. 04/14/17 — Cabin vs. Cabin (219)
  19. 04/21/17 — Dreams Come True (220)
  20. 04/28/17 — We Didn’t Start the Fire (221)
  21. 05/24/17 — The Great Escape (213)

Trivia

  • New executive producers were announced to be Phil Baker and Erin Dunlap, the executive producers of fellow Disney Channel series, Andi Mack.
  • Production started on March 20, 2019. Production has been halted due to the Coronavirus pandemic along with other Disney Channel Original Series.
  • This is the first season to have been announced after the previous season ended.
  • This season takes the Jessie franchise to a full 8 seasons. It also makes the first Disney Channel spinoff to make it to 4 seasons and also the second to span the same amount of seasons as the parent series has, after The Suite Life on Deck.
  • This is the longest season of the Jessie franchise.
  • As of August 17, 2019, BUNK’D has been airing the longest than Jessie. Jessie ran for 4 years and 16 days. BUNK’D passed that on August 17, 2019 and is currently running at more than 4 and a half years and is still ongoing.
  • This is the first show to have the highest number of episodes per season than its predecessor
  • This season makes BUNK’D the 10th Disney Channel Original Series to make it to a fourth season after That’s So Raven, Kim Possible, Hannah Montana, Phineas and Ferb, Wizards of Waverly Place, Good Luck Charlie, Austin & Ally, Jessie, and Liv and Maddie

    If you’re counting other shows, this will be the 13th Disney Original Series to make it to a fourth season and the eighth non-animated series to make it to a fourth season, preceded by That’s So Raven, Hannah Montana, Wizards of Waverly Place, Good Luck Charlie, Kickin’ It, Austin & Ally, Jessie, Lab Rats, Kim Possible, Phineas and Ferb, and Liv and Maddie.

    .

  • This is the longest season of Bunk’d, making BUNK’D’- the first series since Girl Meets World to receive at least 30 episodes for a season.
  • This will be the 3rd non-animated show to reach 30+ episodes for a season followed by That’s So Raven and The Suite Life Of Zack and Cody.
  • According to Deadline, the fourth season will revolve around Lou and new campers of last season. The Ross Family will not return to the camp.
  • This is the first season not to feature any human Jessie characters.
  • During filming this season the stars also filmed other series:
    • Israel Johnson shot episodes of the second season of Schooled.
    • Scarlett Estevez shot episodes of the fifth season of Lucifer.
    • Miranda May cameoed in «Just Roll With It: You Decide LIVE!» episode of Just Roll With It.
  • This is the first show to have their opening sequence altered twice. (First Time: Season 3)
  • As of this season, Bunk’d is no longer considered a Jessie spinoff but rather a stand-alone series.
    • It is confirmed that Peyton List, Karan Brar, and Skai Jackson

      Sonny with a Chance was renewed for a third season but due to Demi Lovato having health concerns, she ultimately left the series after the second season. This resulted in the series being cancelled and rebranded into So Random!.

      will not be returning in this season. This makes BUNK’D the ninth Disney Channel Original Series to have one or more main characters leave the series during its’ run. The previous series are So Random, That’s So Raven, Jonas, Sonny with a Chance, Shake It Up, A.N.T. Farm, Liv and Maddie, and Stuck in the Middle.

    • Miranda May will return this season with the cast from season 3.
    • Will Buie Jr. mentioned that there will be some new faces in the cast.
  • Production shifted from Hollywood Center Studios to CBS Studio Center, thus all new sets were constructed.
  • This season features new characters which are Israel Johnson as Noah Lambert, Shelby Simmons as Ava King, and Scarlett Estevez as Gwen Flores.
  • That’s Not So Funny Productions and It’s A Laugh Productions were in charge of Season 4.
  • Hazel returns this season in Inn Trouble.
  • Xander is mentioned in Inn Trouble.
  • Mrs. Kipling returned in Serfs Up-rising.
  • Miranda May makes her directorial debut in this season.
  • There is a crossover with Raven’s Home this season Raven About Bunk’d. This marked the first crossover for both shows.
  • This season makes Disney Channel History after being the first Disney spin off to be renewed for Season 4.
  • Season 4 originally had 32 episodes but 431 and 432 were cancelled due to the Coronavirus Pandemic.
  • Season 4 of BUNK’D is now available on the Netflix streaming service.

Plot

Bunk’d centers around Emma, Ravi, and Zuri Ross leaving their glitzy New York penthouse and heading off to a rustic summer camp in Maine, where their parents happened to have met as teenagers. Along with their new friends, Emma, Ravi and Zuri try their best to adapt to their new “home away from home” and settle into their exciting new lives at Camp Kikiwaka.

Hello Campers! Get your “Woodchuck Salute” ready for more fun at Camp Kikiwaka! Ravi discovers that a fellow camper has a crush on him while Zuri becomes smitten with a new boy who’s out-of-this-world! Emma and Xander’s survival skills are put to the test when they lead the kids on an overnight trip. And, when the gang realizes how outdated the Kikiwaka website is, they decide to live stream from camp to bring it into the 21st century. No matter how far they are from the big city, the Ross kids know they’ll always have a home at Camp Kikiwaka!

Trivia

  • This series premiered before Jessie ended its run.
  • This season consists of 21 episodes.
  • This is the sixth Disney Channel spin-off preceding after Cory in the House, The Suite Life on Deck, Take Two with Phineas and Ferb, So Random!, and Dogs Rule….Cats Not So Much, and the fourth regular-sized Disney Channel spin-off preceding after Cory in the House, The Suite Life on Deck, and So Random!.
  • The show went on a 2-month hiatus due to Jessie finishing it’s run.
  • Bunk’d started to premiere episodes in November 2015 after Jessie ended in October 2015.
  • The first episode of Bunk’d is a continuation after the episode «Jessie Goes to Hollywood».
  • Welcome to Camp Kikiwaka and Waka, Waka, Waka! both had title changes.
  • Bunk’d was renewed for a second season on February 29, 2016
  • Filming wrapped in November 2015.
  • All new Season 1 episodes only originally aired on Disney Channel on Fridays.

Trivia

  • Season 2 premiered on Tuesday, August 23rd and aired one episode each night until August 26th. It then aired regularly on September 16th at 8/7c.
  • This season takes place a year after Season 1.
  • Bertram and the penthouse make an appearance in the premiere episode.
  • Luke made his second appearance this season in, Luke Out Below.
  • Christina Ross made her first appearance in Mother May I?
  • Three characters from JESSIE made an appearance this season: Luke Ross, Bertram Winkle, and Christina Ross, including the penthouse hallway.
  • All of the main characters have confirmed surnames as of this season.
  • September 30, 2016, marks the 5th Anniversary of Jessie. It was also Nathan Arenas’ birthday. Ironically, a new episode of Bunk’d aired that night with Luke guest starring.
  • Production began March 2016.

    Filming wrapped November 2016.

  • This season has the same number of episodes Season 1 had.
  • The cold opening can be considered a crossover with JESSIE, as it features the transition music, penthouse, and Bertram from the show.
  • This is the only season to have all the main/recurring cast from the previous season return.

Release

Like Open Season 2, the film was released theatrically in different countries:

  • Russia — October 21, 2010
  • Kazakhstan — October 21, 2010
  • Mexico — October 29, 2010
  • Turkey — December 3, 2010
  • Lebanon — December 16, 2010
  • United Arab Emirates — December 23, 2010
  • Greece — February 24, 2011
  • Colombia — March 18, 2011

Reception

The film has received mostly negative reviews by critics and consumers, stating that it was composed of «…cheap actors, horrible story writing, and poor directing». One reviewer said, «This tiresomely predictable tale exemplifies everything that’s wrong about straight-to-DVD animated sequels to big-budget mainstream films: The plot is utterly predictable and rehashes a lot of beats from the original effort, the major voice actors have been replaced by poor substitutes, and the quality of the animation has dropped dramatically (most of the visuals are on the level of a video game or one of those cheap CGI Saturday morning TV shows).»

Home media

The DVD and Blu-ray cover for Open Season 3

The film was released on DVD and Blu-ray in the United States on January 25, 2011.

Synopsis

Siblings Emma, Ravi, and Zuri Ross leave their extravagant New York City penthouse once again to return to Camp Kikiwaka, a rustic summer camp in Maine where their parents met as teenagers. Season two finds Emma excited to reunite with her best friend at camp, Ravi continuing to be the family’s voice of reason and Zuri charming campers alike with her clever and spirited wit. Emma and Ravi resume their role as CIT’s (Counselor In Training) bringing with them the experiences from their first summer at camp. Together with Zuri, her best friend and bunk-mate Tiffany, the cheerful head counselor Lou, the camp heartthrob Xander, and the hilariously imaginative Jorge, the campers embark on new and exciting adventures during their stay at Camp Kikiwaka. The friends welcome an unexpected camper with a dubious past named Griff, Xander gets to showcase his musical talents, familiar faces return for a visit and special friendships are formed and solidified, all the while overcoming unforeseen encounters that arise.

Великий из бродячих псов 3 сезон – сюжет

К сожалению, далеко не у всех детей есть любящие, заботливые родители, поэтому некоторым детишкам приходиться расти в детских домах. И Ацуши Накаджиму постигла именно такая участь. И вот однажды парня выставляют из детского дома, предоставив самому себе. Однако это не сломило парня, и ему даже удалось встать с колен. Главный герой решает, что у него есть лишь один способ выжить – заняться грабежом.
Кадр из аниме “Великий из бродячих псов”

Благо, неподалеку от местонахождения Ацуши находилась дорога, оставалось лишь набраться терпения и подождать, пока кто-то выберет этот путь. Однако воровскому дебюту главного героя не суждено было состояться, так как прямо у него на глазах в воду упал человек, и парень сразу же бросился его спасать. Вот только оказалось, что бросился в воду этот человек неспроста, он собирался покончить жизнь самоубийством.

Несостоявшимся утопленником оказывается Осаму Дазай, сотрудник специального «Вооруженного детективного агентства». Оказывается, что у каждого сотрудника данной конторы имеются сверхспособности, и лишь им под силу распутать дело, когда полиция опускает руки…

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  6. Isurus (2020-09-17). «Luego de más de dos años jugando para el equipo titular, 1962 pasará al banco de suplentes por cuestiones personales. » (in Spanish).
  7. Isurus (2020-09-19). «¡BIENVENIDO A TU CASA, @Jotita_Be! » (in Spanish).
  8. e-Galo (2020-08-17). «Temos a honra de apresentar a line-up profissional que estará representando o Galo no Brasileirão de CS:GO. » (in Portuguese).

References

Episodes
Season 1
«Welcome to Camp Kikiwaka • «Gone Girl» • «Camp Rules» • «Smells Like Camp Spirit» • «The Ones That Got Away» • Can You Hear Me Now» • «Friending with the Enemy» • «Waka, Waka, Waka!» • «Secret Santa» • «Counselors’ Night Off» • There’s No Place Like Camp» • «Luke’s Back» • «No Escape» • «Close Encounters of the Camp Kind» • «Crafted and Shafted» • Boo Boos and Birthdays» • «For Love and Money» • «Love is for the Birds» • «Bride and Doom» • «Live From Camp Kikiwaka» • «Xander Says Goodbye»
Season 2
«Griff is in the House!» • «Dance in My Pants» • «Zuri Has a Little Lamb» • «Zuri Weasels Out» • «Queen of Screams» • «Luke Out Below» • «Camp Kiki-slasher» • «Treehouse of Terror» • «Tidal Wave» • «Fog’d In» • «How the Griff Stole Christmas» • «Food Fight» • «Mother May I? • «Mud Fight» • «Dog Days of Summer» • «Bad Dog!» • «Camp Stinky Waka» • «Cabin vs. Cabin» • «Dreams Come True» • «We Didn’t Start the Fire» • «The Great Escape»
Season 3
«We Can’t Bear It!» • «Let’s Bounce!» • «Take the Cake» • «O Sister, Where Art Thou?» • «Cav’d In» • «By All Memes» • «A Whole Lotta Lobsta» • «No Bones About It» • «Finder’s Keepers, Lou’s a Weeper» • «Reversal of Fortune» • «Game of Totems» • «Toilets and Tiaras» • «Bungle in the Jungle • «Gruel and Unusual Punishment» • «It’s a Blast!» • «Up, Up and Away»
Season 4
«Who da Boss? Lou da Boss!» • «Kikiwaka’s Got Talent» • «Yes, Lies and Tower Escape» • «An Udder Disaster» • «Hot Spring Friend Machine» • «Water Under the Dock» • «In Your Wildest Screams» • «Inn Trouble» • «Lake Rancid» • «Between a Raccoon and a Hard Place» • «Mo-Squito Mo Problems» • «Sore Lou-ser» • «Lone Wolf» • «Serfs Up-rising» • «Summer Winter Wonderland» • «Cramped Champions» • «A Tale of Two Stackers» • «Whatever Floats Your Goat Boat» • «Snow Cups and Fisticuffs» • «The S’more, The S’merrier» • «Lava at First Sight» • «Town and Clown Relations» • «Whisper Toots» • «My Fairy Lady» • «Party Pooper» • «Squatters’ Fights» • «Three Stars and a Baby» • «Manic Moose Day» • «Breaking Barb» • «Raven About Bunk’d»

Additional Content[edit]

Streamsedit

Language
Streams
  1. Pedro Umberto (2020-08-20). «RED Canids comunica saída de vaz » (in Portuguese). Draft5.
  2. RED Canids (2020-08-31). «SEJA BEM-VINDO, @prd_cs! » (in Portuguese).
  3. prd (2020-09-05). «Bug coach».
  4. Globo Esporte. «CS:GO: antes de playoffs do CLUTCH, heat é colocado no banco da RED» (in Portuguese).
  5. Edmilson Junior (2020-10-09). «Tatazin chega na RED Canids por empréstimo » (in Portuguese). Draft5.
  6. Isurus (2020-09-17). «Luego de más de dos años jugando para el equipo titular, 1962 pasará al banco de suplentes por cuestiones personales. » (in Spanish).
  7. Isurus (2020-09-19). «¡BIENVENIDO A TU CASA, @Jotita_Be! » (in Spanish).
  8. e-Galo (2020-08-17). «Temos a honra de apresentar a line-up profissional que estará representando o Galo no Brasileirão de CS:GO. » (in Portuguese).

Episodes

Confirmed dates

These are episodes that have confirmed titles and dates.

  1. 07/31/15 — Welcome to Camp Kikiwaka (101)
  2. 08/07/15 — Gone Girl (102)
  3. 08/14/15 — Camp Rules! (104)
  4. 08/21/15 — Smells Like Camp Spirit (105)
  5. 11/06/15 — The Ones That Got Away (103)
  6. 11/13/15 — Can You Hear Me Now (106)
  7. 11/20/15 — Friending with the Enemy (107)
  8. 11/27/15 — Waka, Waka, Waka! (108)
  9. 12/04/15 — Secret Santa (114)
  10. 01/08/16 — Counselors’ Night Off (110)
  11. 01/22/16 — There’s No Place Like Camp (111)
  12. 02/12/16 — Luke’s Back (119)
  13. 02/19/16 — No Escape (112)
  14. 03/11/16 — Close Encounters of the Camp Kind (116)
  15. 03/18/16 — Crafted and Shafted (117)
  16. 03/25/16 — Boo Boos and Birthdays (109)
  17. 04/01/16 — For Love and Money (113)
  18. 04/08/16 — Love Is for the Birds (120)
  19. 04/29/16 — Bride and Doom (121)
  20. 05/13/16 — Live From Camp Kikiwaka (115)
  21. 05/20/16 — Xander Says Goodbye (118)

Cast

Main Cast

  • Miranda May as Lou Hockhauser (30/30)
  • Mallory James Mahoney as Destiny Baker (30/30)
  • Raphael Alejandro as Matteo Silva (30/30)
  • Will Buie Jr. as Finn Sawyer (30/30)
  • Shelby Simmons as Ava King (30/30)
  • Scarlett Estevez as Gwen Flores (30/30)
  • Israel Johnson as Noah Lambert (30/30)

Recurring Cast

  • Garrett Holden Bales as Chef Jeff (4/30)
  • Raini Rodriguez as Barb Barca (3/30)
  • Michael McCusker as (2/30)
  • Ellen Karsten as (2/30)

Guest Cast

  • Madelyn Grace as (Yes, Lies and Tower Escape)
  • Christina Anthony as (An Udder Disaster)
  • Lucas Stadvec as (Hot Spring Friend Machine)
  • Ricardo Hurtado as Austin Justin (Water Under the Dock)
  • Tessa Netting as Hazel Swearengen (Inn Trouble)
  • Chico Benymon as (Lake Rancid)
  • Lidya Jewett as (Between a Raccoon and a Hard Place)
  • Cleo Fraser as (Between a Raccoon and a Hard Place))
  • Joelle Better as (Between a Raccoon and a Hard Place)                      
  • Bryce Adam Brown as (Sore Lou-ser)                      
  • Izzy Newman as (Sore Lou-ser)                      
  • Malachi Barton as Jasper Flores (Lone Wolf)
  • Joel Swetow as  (Lone Wolf)
  • Gloria Aung as (Serfs Up-rising)
  • Frank as Mrs. Kipling (Serfs Up-rising)
  • Amanda Christine as (Cramped Champions)
  • Estelle Hermansen as (Cramped Champions)
  • Adrianna Bean as (Cramped Champions)
  • Travis Burnett as  (A Tale of Two Stackers)
  • Maggie Carney as (Whatever Floats Your Goat Boat)
  • Connor Cain as (Snow Cups and Fisticuffs)
  • Devin Slade Aaron as (The S’more, The S’merrier)
  • Tanner Swagger as (The S’more, The S’merrier)
  • Shirley Jordan as (The S’more, The S’merrier)
  • Tajh Bellow as (Lava at First Sight)
  • Kristina Marie Hayes as (Town and Clown Relations)
  • Scarlett Abinante as (Town and Clown Relations)
  • Chandler Ryan as (Whisper Toots)
  • Jerry Trainor as (My Fairy Lady)
  • McKale Jude Bingham as (My Fairy Lady)
  • Shaylee Mansfield as (My Fairy Lady)
  • Jayme Andrews as (Squatters’ Fights)
  • Mackenzie Marsh as  (Three Stars and a Baby)
  • Jinhee Joung as  (Manic Moose Day)
  • Zach Willis as  (Manic Moose Day)
  • Nick A. Fisher as Kyle (Raven About Bunk’d)
  • Raven-Symoné as Raven Baxter (Raven About Bunk’d)
  • Issac Ryan Brown as Booker Baxter-Carter (Raven About Bunk’d)
  • Navia Robinson as Nia Baxter-Carter (Raven About Bunk’d)
  • Jason Maybaum as Levi Grayson (Raven About Bunk’d)
  • Sky Katz as Tess O’Malley (Raven About Bunk’d)
  • Anneliese van der Pol as Chelsea Grayson (Raven About Bunk’d)

Synopsis

Emma, Ravi and Zuri Ross eagerly return to Camp Kikiwaka ready to forge new friendships and memories as counselors, only to discover the Woodchuck and Grizzly cabins were never rebuilt after the fire and previous owner Gladys has fled with the insurance money. With hopes of building a bigger and better camp solely operated by kids, the Ross siblings convince their parents to buy Kikiwaka and put them in charge. Just as the Ross siblings relied on each other their first year at camp, a new trio of first-time campers instantly bond and manage to stir up a ton of hijinks and adventure at every turn for their newfound leaders. Matteo Silva, a cautious kid who can find danger in any situation, would rather not be at camp; Finn Sawyer, an energetic boy and cousin of camp counselor Lou, has realized his dream of attending Camp Kikiwaka; and Destiny Baker, a young girl who has spent her childhood on the pageant circuit, is accustomed to getting things her way. No matter the situation, Emma, Ravi, Zuri and Lou stick together to try and create summer magic for their younger peers and a Camp Kikiwaka fueled by teamwork, friendship and family fun.

Participants[edit]

W7M Gaming
1 raafa
2 pancc
3 realziN
4 skullz
5 Tuurtle
C peu
Season 2

RED Canids

Notes

1 nython
2 latto
3 DeStiNy
4 heat
5 KHTEX
C tatazin
Season 2
1August 20th — RED Canids part ways with  vaz.
2August 31st — RED Canids acquire  prd from Redemption Neverest as coach.
3September 5th — RED Canids suspend  prd pending an investigation of his usage of the coach bug.
4October 9th — RED Canids bench  heat and acquire  tatazin on loan from Yeah Gaming.

Isurus

Notes

1 Noktse
2 Reversive
3 decov9jse
4 caike
5 JonY BoY
C pino
Season 2
1September 17th —   is moved to the bench.
2September 19th — JonY BoY joins the team.

Keyd Stars
1 mawth
2 bnc
3 tifa
4 jota
5 puni
C Kaos
Season 2

DETONA Gaming
1 v$m
2 Lucaozy
3 nak
4 piria
5 zevy
C rikz
Season 2

e-Galo

Notes

1 vhz
2 tge
3 abr
4 FATAL
5 nqz
C exp
Season 2
1August 17th — Soberano Team partners with Clube Atlético Mineiro, becoming e-Galo.

9z Team
1 dgt
2 maxujas
3 bit
4 try
5 meyern
C zakk
Invited

Sharks Esports
1 exit
2 leo_drunky
3 jnt
4 Luken
5 supLex
C coachi
Invited

Cream Real Betis Latam
1 Chuky
2 restik
3 
4 dav1d
5 rox
C BIG
Season 2 Relegation

Bravos Gaming
1 WOOD7
2 kaiG
3 krg
4 lealziNho
5 danoco
C Xamp
Season 2 Relegation

Trivia

  • Casting started June 14, 2017.
  • This is the third season of Bunk’d
  • This season premiered more than a year after Season 2 ended.
  • The third season revolves around Emma, Ravi, Zuri, and Lou returning to help rebuild Camp Kikiwaka. It was also hinted that Morgan and Christina Ross will help rebuild the camp.
  • On September 1, 2017, Disney Channel confirmed that Kevin Quinn, Nathan Arenas, and Nina Lu will not return for the third season as producers have reassessed the storyline and made creative changes to casting. This season introduced 3 new characters named Matteo Silva, Finn Sawyer, and Destiny Baker

    Sonny with a Chance was renewed for a third season but due to Demi Lovato having health concerns, she ultimately left the series after the second season. This resulted in the series being cancelled and rebranded into So Random!.

    . This makes BUNK’D the ninth Disney Channel Original Series to have one or more main characters leave the series during its run. The previous series are So Random, That’s So Raven, Jonas, Sonny with a Chance, Shake It Up, A.N.T. Farm, Liv and Maddie, and Stuck in the Middle.

  • This season has a new opening sequence, making BUNK’D the fifth Disney Channel Original Series to alter the theme song for a third season after Hannah Montana, A.N.T. Farm, Girl Meets World, and K.C. Undercover. It is followed by Bizaardvark.
  • Xander, Jorge, Tiffany, Griff, Hazel and Gladys did not appear during this season.
  • Karan Brar (Ravi) directs an episode in the season, «Finder’s Keepers, Lou’s a Weeper.»
  • Peyton List (Emma) directs an episode in this season «Game of Totems».
  • This is the first season to have every current main character appearing in every episode.
  • This is the last season to feature the Ross Family.
  • Season 3 was gonna have 17 episodes, but one episode was cancelled, being When Bears Attract!.
  • This is the shortest season of the series.
  • This is the first and only season to air every episode in production order.
  • This is the only season to not have a Christmas special.
  • This is the first and only season to have their episodes rushed in the same year.
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