| Season 2, Episode 4|
|Airdate:||June 8, 2013|
|Written by:|| Matt Chapman and Dan Kelly
"The Return of the Aquabats!"
"Summer Camp" is the fourth episode of the second season of The Aquabats! Super Show!, although it was aired second.
The gang appear at a camp and face an enigmatic Were-Ape while searching for missing cadets.
The Aquabats spend the summer participating at Camp Radventures, a summer camp where kids are trained in The Aquabats' superpowers to become AquaCadets. When a group of campers are kidnapped in the middle of the night, the band realizes it's the work of a mythical shapeshifting beast, and the Commander's suspicions quickly fall upon the camp's beloved and irrepressibly perky counselor Jewel.
- The MC Bat Commander
- Jimmy the Robot
- Crash McLarson
- EagleBones Falconhawk
- Ricky Fitness
- Aquacadets (Chauncey, Bobby Freshness, Clash McJones, Stevie Roboterson, Jay Sparrowhawk)
- Camp Counselor Jewel
The MC Bat Commander tells about The Aquabats' origins, recounting the band's original Aquabania mythos while quoting from their 1997 song "Theme Song!". This segment is animated in the same Anime style of the first season's cartoons.
Lil Bat cartoonEdit
Lil Bat, ala Frankenstein, uses a laboratory set to power a microwave, in order to cook a TV dinner. He settles in to watch Manant!
A commercial for Captain Turnip's Grocery Island grocery store. It is a very clean grocery store. Messy people like the Aquabats are not allowed there.
The campers sing a song as we see a typical day at the camp.
The anthem for the Aquacadets and Camp Radventures.
- The popular jewels Camp Counselor Jewel uses may be a reference to a Bedazzler, a decoration tool used to attach fake gems to all manner of materials.
- When the Aquabats are walking the rescued kids back from the cave, Crash is telling them a story about what happened in Haunted Battletram! (Although actually Crash locked himself in the bathroom after a run-in with the ghost and missed most of what happened)
- The Fox Man is seen as the MCBC attempts to shoot him, mistaking him for the big-foot monster.