Summer Camp Island

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Summer Camp Island
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Genre
Created byJulia Pott
Directed by
Voices of
Theme music composer
Opening theme"Summer Camp Island" performed by Oona Laurence and (sometimes) Seo Kim[3][4]
Composer(s)
  • John Enroth
  • Albert Fox
  • Mark Mothersbaugh
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes20
Production
Executive producer(s)
Producer(s)
Running time11 minutes
Production company(s)Cartoon Network Studios
DistributorWarner Bros. Television Distribution
Release
Original networkCartoon Network
Picture format1080i (16:9 HDTV)
Audio format5.1 Surround Sound
Original releaseJuly 7, 2018 (2018-07-07) –
present

Summer Camp Island is an American animated television series created for Cartoon Network by Julia Pott, former animator and story/staff writer on Adventure Time, as well as creator of the MTV Liquid Television Online short Valentine's Day Card. It was first announced in January 2017 and later had been shopped around at different festivals including Sundance.[5]

It premiered on July 7, 2018, with a 48-hour marathon consisting of all the 20 episodes from the first season running over an entire weekend, on both Cartoon Network and Boomerang. At San Diego Comic-Con 2018, Julia Pott announced that the rest of the first season would premiere in late 2018 on Cartoon Network with another 20 episodes, but ended up being pushed to 2019. On May 20, 2019, it was announced that it will premiere on June 23, 2019, but will actually be season 2.[6]

Synopsis[edit]

Set in a world of anthropomorphic animals, Summer Camp Island follows two childhood best friends Oscar Peltzer, an elephant, and Hedgehog, a mammal of the same name, who are dropped off at a magical summer camp. The camp is a host to many bizarre occurrences, such as camp counselors who are popular girl witches, horses that transform into unicorns, talking sharks, yetis, haunted cabins, post-it notes that lead to other dimensions, and nosey monsters that live under the bed. Oscar and Hedgehog must contend with these out-of-place events and make their stay at camp worthwhile.[7][8]

Characters[edit]

Main[edit]

  • Oscar Peltzer (voiced by Justin Felbinger in the pilot and Elliott Smith in the series), an 11 year old anthropomorphic elephant who is best friends with Hedgehog. Oscar tends to be socially awkward and slightly uncomfortable with his new surroundings. However, when he sets his mind to something, he will become determined to perform any task or complete any objective. He has a strong connection to Hedgehog to the point that if she disappeared or something happened to her, he becomes inconsolable, though he does learn to work without her. He believes in order and will do anything to outsmart or outdo Susie, the main antagonist. He lives in New Jersey
  • Hedgehog (voiced by Ashley Boettcher in the pilot and Oona Laurence in the series), an 11 year old anthropomorphic hedgehog who is best friends with Oscar. She is the more level-headed and logical of the two. She mostly wants to help Oscar out of his comfort zone, but also wants to outdo Susie. Due to the events of "Hedgehog Werewolf", Hedgehog transforms into a werewolf at the full moon. She lives in New Jersey
  • Susie McCallister (voiced by Julia Pott), an anthropomorphic cat, a witch and lead camp counselor. She can be mean and condescending to the campers at times. Deep down, she does display some responsible and sympathetic behavior, but would rather be rude to the campers. Despite looking and acting as a fifteen-year-old, the episode "Fuzzy Pink Time Babies" hints that she is hundreds of years old.
  • Alice Fefferman (voiced by Charlyne Yi), an anthropomorphic elephant, a witch and one of the camp's counselors. She serves as Susie's right-hand woman but generally is not as mean to the campers as Susie is. She is very commanding however, and would rather turn everything around her cute just to please her.
  • Betsy Spellman (voiced by Nikki Castillo), an anthropomorphic horse, a witch and one of the camp's counselors. She appears to be the kindest and most down-to-earth of the witches and seems to clash with Susie at times. It is revealed in "Hedgehog Werewolf" that she herself is a werewolf, something she keeps secret from everyone except Hedgehog.
  • Max (voiced by Thomas Vaethroeder in the pilot, and Ramone Hamilton in the series), an anthropomorphic bat. He is a fun-loving, wily, and also helpful kid who likes to enjoy the company of Oscar and Hedgehog. Everyone appears to think he is cool because of his backwards cap.

Supporting[edit]

  • Pajamas (voiced by Anna Strupinsky [Pilot] and Naomi Hansen [Series][9]), a pair of sentient pajamas owned by Oscar.
  • Pepper Corn (voiced by Sam Lavagnino), an anthropomorphic panda normally seen with his security blanket. He has a somewhat neurotic personality at times.
  • Lucy Thompson (voiced by Indie Nameth), an anthropomorphic aardvark. She lives in Manhattan and is very independent. She is unaware of the fact that her mother's letters are actually from Susie.
  • Oliver (voiced by Andre Robinson), an anthropomorphic dog who is musically gifted.
  • Alexa Mongello (voiced by Alexa Nisenson), an anthropomorphic giraffe.
  • Lem Mongello (voiced by Daphne Thomas), an anthropomorphic giraffe and Alexa's younger sister.
  • Shark (voiced by Judd Hirsch [Pilot] and Richard Kind [Series]), an anthropomorphic talking shark who lives in the pool by Oscar's cabin.
  • Howard (voiced by Mike Birbiglia), a grey monster with glasses who inhabits the island.
  • Ava (voiced by Fortune Feimster), a spotted monster who inhabits the island.
  • Mortimer (voiced by Bobby Moynihan), a blueish grey monster who inhabits the island.
  • Blanche (voiced by Alia Shawkat), a brown horned monster who inhabits the island.
  • Melvin (voiced by Bobby Moynihan), a small orange monster who inhabits the island.
  • Margot (voiced by Kimiko Glenn), a purple winged monster who inhabits the island.
  • Freddie (voiced by Cole Sanchez), an infant blue monster who inhabits the island.
  • The Sun (voiced by Melanie Lynskey), a Australian accented sun who is indifferent to those around her.
  • The Moon (voiced by Cedric the Entertainer), the friendly moon who is friends with Oscar and Hedgehog.
  • Monster Under the Bed (voiced by Judd Hirsch [Pilot] and Alfred Molina [Series]), a monster who resides under Hedgehog's bed.
  • Sue Peltzer (voiced by Kathleen Wilhoite), an anthropomorphic elephant and Oscar's mother.
  • Andy Peltzer (voiced by Alfred Molina), an anthropomorphic elephant and Oscar's father.
  • Saxophone (voiced by Elijah Wood), an adolescent yeti.
  • Puddle (voiced by Ethan Maher), an alien who is in love with the king of his planet.
  • Ghost the Boy (voiced by Caleb McLaughlin), a ghost and Betsy's ex-boyfriend. His parents are a male same-sex couple.
  • Cinnamon Raisin Toast (voiced by Alia Shawkat), a piece of cinnamon raisin toast who studies journalism.
  • Popular Banana Split (voiced by Nat Faxon), a jock banana split.
  • Jimjams (voiced by Bobby Moynihan)
  • Ramona (voiced by Lesley Nicol)
  • The Werewolf Queen (voiced by Lorraine Bracco), a tiny gray wolf cub who is in reality the leader of the island's werewolf population. After Hedgehog saved her, she bit Hedgehog as a way to say thanks.

Production[edit]

This is the second original Cartoon Network series to be solely created by a woman, the first being Steven Universe, which was created by Rebecca Sugar.[10]

Episodes[edit]

SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
Precursors2November 2011 (2011-11)2012 (2012)
PilotMarch 17, 2016 (2016-03-17)
1TBAJuly 7, 2018 (2018-07-07)TBA


Precursors (2011–12)[edit]

The main Summer Camp Island characters, Oscar, Hedgehog and Max, make their first appearances as incarnations in two of Julia Pott's independent shorts: the first is her multi-awarded student film from Royal College of Art (called Belly), while the second is her Sundance Film Festival 2013-nominated short The Event.

TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal release date
"Belly"Julia PottJulia PottNovember 2011 (2011-11)
Oscar and a strange malleable creature must rescue his older brother, Alex, from the inside of a whale. However, the inside of the whale seems to be a different world altogether and the creature gets stuck to the interior, forcing the brothers to leave him behind.
"The Event"Julia PottTom Chivers2012 (2012)
A poem played over scenes of two humanoid hedgehog-like people encountering strange things that seem to indicate an apocalyptic-like scenario.

Pilot (2016)[edit]

TitleDirected byWritten and storyboarded byOriginal release dateProd.
code
"Summer Camp Island"Nick Cross (art), and Robert Alvarez with Randy Myers (animation)Julia PottMarch 17, 2016 (2016-03-17) (SXSW Festival)
December 2, 2017 (2017-12-02) (CN App)
April 25, 2018 (2018-04-25) (Online)
TBA
Oscar wants his Summer Camp experience to be normal, so he and his best friend Hedgehog have a BFF Sleepover. Hedgehog invites Max and some anthropomorphic friends to the party, upsetting Oscar with their surreal antics. He eventually gets advice from Shark on being a better friend, but afterwards learns something about Hedgehog that leaves him heartbroken.

Season 1 (2018–19)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleWritten and storyboarded byStory byOriginal air date [11][12]Prod.
code
U.S. viewers
(millions)
11"The First Day"Sam Alden and Graham Falk
Adam Muto (additional storyboarder)
Julia Pott, Jack Pendarvis,
and Kent Osborne
July 7, 2018 (2018-07-07)1057-010[13]0.46[14]
Oscar and his best friend Hedgehog arrive at Summer Camp Island with the intent to do typical camp activities only to discover that the camp counselors are witches and everything on the island is alive. While Hedgehog takes a liking to her new surroundings, Oscar has difficulty adjusting.
22"Monster Babies"Seo Kim and Aleks SennwaldJulia Pott, Amalia Levari,
Kent Osborne, Jack
Pendarvis, and Mike Roth
July 7, 2018 (2018-07-07)1057-0050.46[14]
Feeling that the monsters are not cute enough, Alice turns them into babies with all the campers enjoying their adorable state. Oscar however, elects to turn the monsters back into grownups and he, Hedgehog and Max decide to build a water slide in the hopes that the campers will forget about the monster babies.
33"Chocolate Money
Badgers"
Julia PottJulia Pott, Amalia Levari,
Kent Osborne, and Mike
Roth
July 7, 2018 (2018-07-07)1057-0010.45[14]
Tired of Susie's bossiness and rules, Oscar discovers that he and his fellow campers can earn badges for rewards if they complete certain tasks. Due to the rules, Susie and the witches have no choice, but to adhere to them, though they quickly decide to sabotage the campers' efforts.
44"Saxophone Come
Home"
Sam Alden and Graham FalkJulia Pott, Amalia Levari,
Kent Osborne, and Mike
Roth
July 7, 2018 (2018-07-07)1057-0020.45[14]
When Oscar meets a teenage yeti named Saxophone, he brings him to camp and enjoys his company, showing him the cool things at camp. What Oscar doesn't know however, is that Saxophone will go feral as he slowly enters adulthood.
55"Pajama Pajimjams"Aleks Sennwald and Seo KimJulia Pott, Kent Osborne,
and Jack Pendarvis
July 7, 2018 (2018-07-07)1057-0090.40[14]
Oscar pretends to be a talking pair of pajamas named Jimjams to make his friend Pajamas happy. But when Oscar gets tired of pretending to be Jimjams, he, Hedgehog, and Max go on an adventure to find the ingredients for a potion that can bring Jimjams to life.
66"Oscar & Hedgehog's
Melody"
Sam Alden and Graham Falk
Aleks Sennwald (additional storyboarder)
Julia Pott, Jack Pendarvis,
and Kent Osborne
July 7, 2018 (2018-07-07)1057-0140.40[14]
Susie announces the annual talent show, which she wins every year, and makes a bet with Oscar and Hedgehog. They set up a musical act using a piano and half full glasses that form a beautiful melody. However, every time they play they end up causing an unusual earthquake.
77"Feeling Spacey"Aleks Sennwald and Seo KimJulia Pott, Kent Osborne,
and Jack Pendarvis
July 7, 2018 (2018-07-07)1057-0150.39[14]
Oscar and Hedgehog find themselves lifted into space and to the planet of the aliens and learn that they have no emotions due to one of them having hoarded them all. To avoid having their own emotions drained, Oscar and Hedgehog decide to look for the culprit, but finds that he may be closer than they think.
88"Ghost the Boy"Kris Mukai and Steve WolfhardJulia Pott, Jack Pendarvis,
and Kent Osborne
July 7, 2018 (2018-07-07)1057-012[15]0.39[14]
Oscar and Hedgehog meet Ghost, who has trouble remembering his past and where he came from, so Oscar and Hedgehog set out to find any possible connections. A very anxious Susie gives them a map that leads them to a dangerous swamp.
99"Computer Vampire"Somvilay Xayaphone and Hanna Nyström
Aleks Sennwald (additional storyboarder)
Julia Pott, Jack Pendarvis,
and Kent Osborne
July 7, 2018 (2018-07-07)1057-0180.43[14]
While at the library, Oscar plays a computer game called Fruit Farmer, but fails to finish it when he is frightened by the vampire at the end. Upon leaving, everyone on the island suddenly takes on roles as characters from the game, forcing Oscar to have to beat it in real life.
1010"The Basketball Liaries"Steve Wolfhard and Kris Mukai
Aleks Sennwald (additional storyboarder)
Julia Pott, Jack Pendarvis,
and Kent Osborne
July 7, 2018 (2018-07-07)1057-0170.43[14]
Oscar wants to join Hedgehog on the Gold League basketball team, but he is terrible. He promises the basketball itself to be his best friend and he agrees, suddenly making Oscar the best basketball player. However, Basketball soon becomes possessive and threatens Oscar with revealing his lie.
1111"Popular Banana Split"Seo Kim and Aleks SennwaldJulia Pott, Kent Osborne,
and Jack Pendarvis
July 7, 2018 (2018-07-07)1057-0130.47[14]
While attempting a science experiment, Hedgehog and Max get shrunk down and go to a high school for food where they must help photo journalist Cinnamon Raisin Toast go to prom with jock Popular Banana Split. Meanwhile, Oscar tries looking for his friends and ends up going feral.
1212"Time Traveling Quick Pants"Somvilay Xayaphone and Alabaster PizzoJulia Pott, Amalia Levari,
Bobby Miller, Kent
Osborne, and Mike Roth
July 7, 2018 (2018-07-07)1057-0040.47[14]
During a softball game, Oscar's pants come down revealing embarrassing underpants. He and Hedgehog learn about a quicksand portal that allows people to travel through time and use it to fix his mistake. They end up causing more problems resulting in them finding solutions for them.
1313"It's My Party"Somvilay Xayaphone and Kirsten LeporeJulia Pott, Jack Pendarvis,
and Kent Osborne
July 7, 2018 (2018-07-07)1057-0160.49[14]
Susie asks Oscar and Hedgehog to throw a "surprise" birthday party for her. While they initially say no, they cave in when they see Susie acting sad. While the party comes together nicely, no one can stand Susie's bossy nature, so everyone says the opposite about how they feel about her.
1414"Moon Problems"Steve Manale and Aleks Sennwald
Kent Osborne (additional storyboarder)
Julia Pott, Jack Pendarvis,
and Kent Osborne
July 7, 2018 (2018-07-07)1057-0030.49[14]
When Oscar loses his friendship bracelet, the Moon is emotionally affected and decides to quit his job. At first, Oscar does not seem to mind until Susie deduces that his ignorance is the reason for the Moon leaving. Meanwhile, the Moon decides to take up the harmonica and start a new life.
1515"Monster Visit"Sam Alden and Graham FalkJulia Pott, Jack Pendarvis,
and Kent Osborne
July 7, 2018 (2018-07-07)1057-0190.48[14]
The monsters try to flee when their Godmonster announces her return to check on their status as "real monsters". Oscar and Hedgehog help them out by proving that they are legitimately terrifying, but must rescue Oscar when Godmonster kidnaps him to cook him.
1616"Ice Cream Headache"Somvilay Xayaphone and Colin Howard
Adam Muto and Aleks Sennwald (additional storyboarders)
Julia Pott, Jack Pendarvis,
and Kent Osborne
July 7, 2018 (2018-07-07)1057-0110.48[14]
When the Sun increases her hotness, Susie agrees to give Oscar the key to the ice cream pantry and gives everyone a flavor called "Peppermint Occasion" resulting in everyone getting powers. Due to being lactose intolerant, Oscar does not get any and the campers try to cheer him up by pretending he is invisible.
1717"Pepper's Blanket Is
Missing"
Kris Mukai and Polly Guo
Aleks Sennwald (additional storyboarder)
Julia Pott, Jack Pendarvis,
and Kent Osborne
July 7, 2018 (2018-07-07)1057-0200.50[14]
While reading a scary story, Pepper's blanket suddenly disappears. Hedgehog takes the lead in solving the case with many of the clues pointing to Oscar who is surprisingly optimistic about the situation. However if the thief is not caught, Oscar will have to go on sailor leave with Susie.
1818"Hedgehog Werewolf"Graham Falk and Sam Alden
Aleks Sennwald (additional storyboarder)
Julia Pott, Jack Pendarvis,
and Kent Osborne
July 7, 2018 (2018-07-07)1057-0060.50[14]
Hedgehog gets bit by a puppy after avoiding hitting it with her bike and discovers that she can now transform into a werewolf at the full moon. Susie and the whole camp turn on her and she and Oscar decide to get the head werewolf's fur to cure her, but Hedgehog ends up liking her werewolf form.
1919"Mr. Softball"Hanna Nyström and Somvilay XayaphoneJulia Pott, Jack Pendarvis,
Kent Osborne, Ashly
Burch
, and Cole Sanchez
July 7, 2018 (2018-07-07)1057-0070.51[14]
When Susie is next to clean the killer whale's teeth, she challenges the campers to a softball game to get out of it. Susie and the witches start using their magic to cheat, angering the campers who insist that Oscar allow them to cheat as well and get back at the witches' unfairness.
2020"Fuzzy Pink Time
Babies"
Seo Kim and Aleks SennwaldJulia Pott, Jack Pendarvis,
and Kent Osborne
July 7, 2018 (2018-07-07)1068-0210.51[14]
Hedgehog's father wants her to attend business camp upsetting Oscar. Out of sympathy, the Moon gives them one of his rocks so that they can stop time and spend as much of their childhood as they can. 3 months later, they encounter an old witch named Ramona who warns them of time creature called the Jabberwock.


Season 2 (2019)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleWritten and storyboarded byStory byOriginal air date [11][12]Prod.
code
U.S. viewers
(millions)
211"Cosmic Bupkiss"Somvilay Xayaphone and Hanna NyströmJulia Pott, Emma Fletcher,
Kent Osborne, and Sarah
Lloyd
June 23, 2019 (2019-06-23)1068-022[17]TBD
A storm blocks Oscar and Hedgehog's one chance to see a comet.[16]
222"Radio Silence"Sam Alden and Graham FalkJulia Pott, Emma Fletcher,
Kent Osborne, and Sarah
Lloyd
June 23, 2019 (2019-06-23)TBATBD
Oscar must get Hedgehog a special sandwich in order to save their friendship.[18]
233"Director's Cut"Graham Falk and Kent OsborneJulia Pott, Emma Fletcher,
Kent Osborne, and Sarah
Lloyd
June 23, 2019 (2019-06-23)TBATBD
Oscar receives a camcorder from his parents and sets out to prove to them the magic on the island is real.[19]
244"The Haunted Campfire"Somvilay Xayaphone and Jesse MoynihanJulia Pott, Emma Fletcher,
Kent Osborne, and Sarah
Lloyd
June 23, 2019 (2019-06-23)TBATBD
The campers must battle ghosts of their own creation after their scary stories mysteriously come true.[20]
255"I Heart Heartforde"Alex Cline and Nick EdwardsJulia Pott, Emma Fletcher,
Kent Osborne, and Sarah
Lloyd
June 30, 2019 (2019-06-30)TBATBD
Oscar, Hedgehog and the other campers are excited to take a trip to the non-magical town of Heartforde.[21]
266"Space Invasion"Seo Kim and Aleks SennwaldJulia Pott, Emma Fletcher,
Kent Osborne, and Sarah
Lloyd
June 30, 2019 (2019-06-30)TBATBD
A visit from Puddle the alien tests the limit of Oscar's hosting skills.[22]
277"Mom Soon"Somvilay Xayaphone and Jesse MoynihanJulia Pott, Kent Osborne,
and Sarah Lloyd
June 30, 2019 (2019-06-30)TBATBD
Hedgehog gets a call during her radio show from someone who needs her help.[23]
288"Sneeze Guard"Kent Osborne and Alex ClineJulia Pott, Emma Fletcher,
Kent Osborne, and Sarah
Lloyd
June 30, 2019 (2019-06-30)TBATBD
Oscar and Hedgehog must work with the witches to cure Alice's camp-threatening illness.[24]
299"Susie's Fantastical Scavenger Hunt"Somvilay Xayaphone and Jesse MoynihanJulia Pott, Kent Osborne,
and Sarah Lloyd
2019 (2019)TBATBD
Oscar and Hedgehog must learn to exist without each other when they are put on different teams during a scavenger hunt.
3010"Mop Forever"Seo Kim and Aleks SennwaldJulia Pott, Emma Fletcher,
Kent Osborne, and Sarah
Lloyd
2019 (2019)TBATBD
At Alice's dress-up party the campers are magically turned into their costumes.
TBATBA"Midnight Quittance"[a]TBATBA2019 (2019)TBATBD
TBATBA"Pajamas Party"[a]TBATBA2019 (2019)TBATBD
TBATBA"Puff Paint"[a]TBATBA2019 (2019)TBATBD
TBATBA"Susie Appreciation Day"[a]TBATBA2019 (2019)TBATBD
TBATBA"The Great Elf Invention Convention"[a]TBATBA2019 (2019)TBATBD
TBATBA"The Library"[a]TBATBA2019 (2019)TBATBD
TBATBA"Twelve Angry Hedgehogs"[a]TBATBA2019 (2019)TBATBD

Broadcast[edit]

The show's premiere marathon also happened on Cartoon Network's sister channel Boomerang on July 7, 2018.[25] The marathon ended on July 9, 2018, at 6:00 AM. The show's premiere marathon also occurred on Teletoon on August 13, 2018. On Cartoon Network Australia and New Zealand, a sneak peek of the series was broadcast on December 15, 2018.[26][27] It premiered on Cartoon Network Southeast Asia/Philippines on January 25th, 2019. The show premiered on Cartoon Network UK on March 4, 2019.[28]

  • United States The show premiered on Cartoon Network and Boomerang as a marathon on July 7, 2018 until July 9, 2018.
  • Canada Teletoon also premiered the show as a marathon on August 13, 2018.
  • Mexico/Brazil The show premiered in Latin America on August 18, 2018
  • The show premiered on Cartoon Network MENA on October 28, 2018
  • Germany The show premiered on December 1, 2018
  • The show premiered on Cartoon Network CEE on December 10, 2018.
  • Australia/New Zealand The show premiered on January 18, 2019.
  • Spain/Portugal The show premiered on Boing (Spain) and Cartoon Network (Portugal) on January 19, 2019
  • Taiwan The Show premiered on January 25, 2019
  • Philippines/Southeast Asia: The Show premiered on January 25, 2019
  • United Kingdom/Republic of Ireland The show premiered on Cartoon Network UK and Boomerang on March 4, 2019.
  • Italy The show premiered on April 6, 2019.
  • Hong Kong The show will premiere on TVB Jade on July 2019.

Accolades[edit]

Year Award Category Nominee(s) Result
2016 AFI Fest Animated Short Special Jury Mention Julia Pott (for "Pilot") Won
Animated Short Film Nominated
2017 Florida Film Festival Best Short Film Won
Provincetown International Film Festival Best Animated Short Won
San Francisco International Film Festival Best Family Film Won
Best Animated Short Nominated
Sundance Film Festival N/A Nominated
SXSW Film Festival Animated Short Nominated
2018 Common Sense Media Common Sense Seal Summer Camp Island Won[29]

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g The title of this episode was revealed on the CN Arcade App

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