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"Reigny Day" is the 6th episode of Camp Camp.
|“||Camp Campbell is visited by the Camp Critic Committee, and David is ready to impress them and win the prestigious (to him) Counselor of the Year Award. But when rain hits and all the campers are forced to stay in the mess hall, David must make new plans. Meanwhile, Nikki and Max search for Neil, who has gone missing.||”|
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David: We're so happy to have you here today!
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- As it starts to rain, a cat and a dog fall out of the sky, an obvious reference to the expression "raining cats and dogs".
- Various Hitler- and Nazi-themed jokes were made relating to Dolph, enough to make Nikki draw the conclusion that "he really looks like Hitler". Among them:
- Dolph declares upon being made Camp Counselor for the day that he will "make Camp Campbell great again".
- Disappointed with the selection of construction paper, Dolph asks David, "Where are your papers?" After David realizes he's talking about construction paper, Dolph replies "What did you think I meant? I'm not some sort of secret police or something."
- As the kids are drawing and coloring, Ered appears to be creating a poster that says "OBEY" with Dolph's face below it. Meanwhile, when Harrison uses a number of different crayons to color in his image (of a pig wearing a Tyrolean hat, overalls, and boat shoes, and saying "Guten Tag!"), Dolph tells him to color inside the lines, stating, "I do not approve of mixing colors!"
- Dolph raises his arm and drops a small piece of black construction paper, and it sticks to his face, giving him a toothbrush mustache (aka a "Hitler-stache"). In the same scene, he is also wearing a red, white, and black armband labeled "CCFD" ("Camp Counselor For the Day") that is reminiscent of a Nazi armband.
- Once Dolph learns that Neil is missing, he asks everyone to write a number on their arms to make sure they don't lose anyone else. Such numbers were originally used to identify inmates in Nazi concentration camps by tattooing them on the inmates' skin. Nikki volunteers as a bloodhound (often used to find individuals hiding from the Gestapo), and Dolph suggests they search the floorboards (under which Holocaust survivors often hid).
- When Neil reappears, he says he was just hanging out in the attic with the crackers and juice. Dolph replies "The attic, of course! Amongst the juice! So crafty." ("Juice" is meant to sound like "Jews", and attics were another place Holocaust survivors often hid.) When Max asks Neil why he was in the attic, he replies that he was writing in his diary (a reference to the diary of Anne Frank).
- After being chosen as the Camp Counselor of the Year, Dolph holds his arm up to try to get high-fives from everyone, in a pose identical to the Nazi salute.
- When Nikki interrogates Nurf about Neil's whereabouts, she asks him whether he made Neil prom queen, only to cover him in blood, a reference to a scene from the Stephen King novel Carrie.
- Two more Campbell Corp products appear in this episode: Craft Solvent and Industrial Solvent.
- The pantry contains various items, including a box labeled "Mutha-Fracker's Bread Crumbs", bottles labeled "Juice" with a picture of a grape, and several tins labeled "Duck", "Pig Parts!", "OK Food" (with a sad face on it), "Mushy Peas!", "Beans", "Assorted Animal", "Beaks", and "Ween". There is also a box labeled "Rerts Crackers" (a reference to Ritz Crackers) spilled on the floor. Nikki then grabs a "Prix" bar (a reference to Twix).
- Dolph's line, "I will make Camp Campbell great again!", is a possible reference to Donald Trump's famous statement, "Make America Great Again!"