1./2./3./4./Lessons learned from Wet Hot American Summer: 1. Seemingly simple tasks are never easy.

2. Knowing when to pronounce a hard "g" or a soft "g" can be complicated. Just ask this guy. "J's" can be tricky too.

3. It's never too early to nail down plans with friends, especially those with complicated social calendars... Susie: You guys, I’m really going to miss this place. Coop: Me too. Ben: Hey, let’s all promise that in ten years from today, we’ll meet again, and we’ll see what kind of people we’ve blossomed into. Susie: Yeah! Ben: What time do you wanna meet? J.J.: You mean ten years from now? Coop: Let’s meet in the morning so we can make a day of it. Susie: Okay, so what is it? Is it like 9:00? 9:30? Coop: Well, let’s say 9:00, that way we can be here by 9:30. McKinley: Well, no, why don’t we say 9:30, and then make it your beeswax to be here by 9:30? I mean, we’ll all be in our late 20s by then. I just don’t see any reason why we can’t be places on time. Gary: Okay, then, it’s settled. 9:30 it is. All agreed? Together: Agreed. McKinley: Good, because I have something at 11:00. Gary: You’ve got a trapper keeper full of appointments, right? McKinley: No, I have something at 11:00 that I can’t change ’cause I already moved it twice.

4. It's always fun to get away from camp, even for an hour.

5. Nobody does denim on denim like Paul Rudd, and everything in fashion is cyclical. Even Bradley Cooper's popped collar.