Camp Lazlo

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  • TV-Y7
  • 2005
  • 9 Seasons
  • 6.4  (10,645)

Camp Lazlo is an American animated television series that aired on Cartoon Network from 2005 to 2008. Created by Joe Murray, the show follows the misadventures of a eccentric spider monkey named Lazlo and his friends at Camp Kidney, a summer camp for juvenile animals.

The show focuses on Lazlo's adventures with his best friends, Raj and Clam, as they navigate the sometimes-petty problems of camp life. Lazlo, arguably the most intelligent and imaginative of the trio, frequently takes center stage with his zany ideas, boundless energy, and his tendency to never give up on his friends, even in the toughest of times. Raj, the timid and neurotic elephant, serves as the voice of caution in the group, often overthinking and getting himself into trouble. By contrast, Clam, the introverted albino rhinoceros, is generally quiet and reserved, preferring the company of his bug friends to the antics of the other campers.

The show's humor is primarily driven by the characters' personality quirks and eccentricities, as well as their interactions with the many strange and colorful characters that inhabit Camp Kidney. From the camp director, Lumpus, a gruff, scheming moose with a Napoleon complex, to Scoutmaster Lumpus's loyal sidekick, the narcoleptic moose named Slinkman, the series has an impressive stable of supporting characters that invariably add to the comedic dynamic of each episode.

The episodes are typically structured as a series of loosely connected, standalone segments that follow a loose theme. Many episodes revolve around the trio's attempts to win various camp competitions, such as the annual Bean Scout swimming competition or the canoe race. Others put the spotlight on the interpersonal relationships between the characters, such as when Lazlo and Raj find themselves fighting over a coveted spot on the camp's elite wrestling team.

Throughout the show's run, Carlos Alazraqui provided the voice for many of the show's main characters, including Lazlo, Clam, and Scoutmaster Lumpus. The comedian, actor, and voice artist brought a unique energy and comedic timing to each of his roles, helping to cement each character's place in the show's ensemble. His voice work was bolstered by a talented cast of voice actors, who worked together to bring the show's many zany, over-the-top characters to life.

Although the show only ran for three seasons, it built up a strong fan following thanks to its clever writing, colorful characters, and off-the-wall humor. The series was praised for its witty wordplay, fast-paced storytelling, and exaggerated, almost surreal visual style. The show's creators also received recognition for their ability to craft stories that were accessible to both children and adults, containing enough depth and nuance to keep viewers of all ages engaged.

Ultimately, Camp Lazlo was a beloved and entertaining addition to Cartoon Network's lineup during its run from 2005 to 2008. It offered a unique and well-crafted take on the classic summer camp setting, delivering laughs and memorable moments with each episode. For fans of animation and comedy, Camp Lazlo is a must-watch.

Camp Lazlo is a series that is currently running and has 9 seasons (123 episodes). The series first aired on July 8, 2005.

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Kamp Kringle
12. Kamp Kringle
April 11, 2017
After a meteorite falls on Santa's workshop, the jellies try to cheer him up at Camp Kidney but St. Nick loves camp life so much that he refuses to go back to toy making!
Lumpus's Last Stand
11. Lumpus's Last Stand
April 11, 2017
Lumpus is hailed as a hero upon discovering painting your clothes on is better than washing them.
Peace Frog
10. Peace Frog
April 11, 2017
When Scoutmaster Lumpus' new smoke-belching super truck sickens all of the frogs being trained for the great Frog jump, Lazlo strikes a deal that proves a far leap for the manly moose.
Wedding Bell Blues
9. Wedding Bell Blues
April 11, 2017
Scoutmaster Lumpus appoints himself Jane Doe's new groom, but her engagement ring can't find its way out of Raj's nose.
O Brother, Who Art Thou
8. O Brother, Who Art Thou
April 11, 2017
Edward discovers that having his older brothers as new camp counselors is cramping his style.
Samson Needs a Hug
7. Samson Needs a Hug
April 11, 2017
Whose hugging everyone at camp against their will? Lazlo turns sleuth to find that the culprit is wearing his shoes.
6. "S" is for Crazy
April 11, 2017
A jellyfish attached to Samson's head sends Samson into an electrically charged fit of craziness where the sky is the limit.
Step Clam
5. Step Clam
April 11, 2017
Clam agrees to pose as Squirrel Scout Nina's brother in order for Nina to find her place among the sisterhood.
Bad Luck Be a Camper Tonight
4. Bad Luck Be a Camper Tonight
April 11, 2017
After Samson's bad luck mysteriously gets transferred to Lazlo, Lazlo has to appeal to the Scoutmaster in the Sky for divine intervention.
Baby Bean
3. Baby Bean
April 11, 2017
A newly acquired collection of labor saving devices leaves Raj atrophied, and ultimately reverts him back to a baby.
Penny For Your Dung
2. Penny For Your Dung
April 11, 2017
Where is the dung beetle's favorite penny? Chip and Skip spend a fortune to find it, destroying camp in the process.
Clam the Outlaw
1. Clam the Outlaw
April 11, 2017
A flapjack assault on Lumpus sends Clam into the hills as a wanted criminal, where the line is blurred between hero and outlaw.
Where to Watch Camp Lazlo
Camp Lazlo is available for streaming on the Cartoon Network website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Camp Lazlo on demand at Amazon Prime and Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    July 8, 2005
  • IMDB Rating
    6.4  (10,645)