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Tensions rise after Blake sees Andy hitting on Katie. Beth goes to an unlikely source for help. Coop is crushed when Donna gives out multiple gifts.

Director:

David Wain

Writers:

Michael Showalter (created by), David Wain (created by) | 9 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Elizabeth Banks ... Lindsay
H. Jon Benjamin ... Mitch / Can of Vegetables (voice)
Michael Ian Black ... McKinley
Judah Friedlander ... Ron Von Kleinenstein
Janeane Garofalo ... Beth
Nina Hellman ... Nancy
Ken Marino ... Victor
Christopher Meloni ... Jonas
A.D. Miles ... Gary
Marguerite Moreau ... Katie
Zak Orth ... JJ
Amy Poehler ... Susie
Paul Rudd ... Andy
Molly Shannon ... Gail
Michael Showalter ... Coop / President Reagan
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Storyline

Beth and Greg try to explain the unique situation regarding Xenstar to Gene... to a chef, reliable data can be found in cans. Coop continues to obsess about Donna who gave him the same "special gift" she gave the other campers. Andy is definitely sniffing around Katie; she is neither hot nor cold. But from his lookout across the lake, Blake's binoculars cannot do temperature readings. Kevin tries to find a way to get close to Amy. Written by LA-Lawyer

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Comedy

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Release Date:

31 July 2015 (USA) See more »

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Donna gives Coop a shofar as a present from Israel, and he says "Oh, awesome, like in temple on Rosh Hashanah." Then, instead of calling out the name "Tekiah" before he tries to blow the Tekiah sound on the Shofar, Coop instead calls out "Maria." Of course, it's not clear whether this is an actual error of the film, or whether the the script called for Coop to mangle the shofar call given his character's tendency to be well-intentioned but awkward and ineffective. See more »

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