|Waiting for Edward|
|Season 3, Episode 4|
|Air Date||July 20, 2006|
|Storyboard by||Stephanie Erdel|
|Directed by||Brian Sheesley|
|Hard Days Samson||Beans in Toyland|
Waiting for Edward is the fourth episode of season three and the episode on the series.
After an accident occurs to Slinkman due to the Dung Beetles' stupidity, Slinkman makes a rule in which he made Edward take care of the Dung Beetles. Trying to get rid of them after a number of accidents trying to protect them, Edward makes hang in a tree, in which it resulted making the beetles become smart.
- Second time when Clam didn't speak.
Credits: The word "Think" bouncing around inside Chip or Skip's heads and coming out their mouths as odd words come out and into the other person's mouth, and he same thing happens again. This could arguably be a parody of Sesame Street. This episode is a parody of Samuel Becket's play Waiting for Godot.
Edward: (looking at a brown, muddy blob) "What is it?" Chip: "A computer." Skip: "We made it out of twigs and mud. Computer: The current operator is not smart enough to run this computer. Slinkman: (appears in his full body cast and a wheelchair) Listen up, campers. Due to our mishap yesterday involving... well, I won't mention any names, but their initials are... Chip and Skip!
(Chip and Skip cheers) Chip: (to Skip) He said our initials! Slinkman We are reinstating the rule that all cabin leaders are responsible for their bunk mates. That means keep them from hurting themselves or others.
Edward: Wait a minute. What does that mean, babysitting? Slinkman: In your case, Edward, it means dung-sitting, 24/7. Edward: No! I don't want to be a dung-sitter! I beg you! You can't do that to me! Slinkman: I'm sorry, Edward, it's new camp policy.
Norman: A question; What's 20 billion times katillion? Skip: 480 lumpillion. Bean Scouts: Wow! Ping-Pong: Tell me, how many tubes of toothpaste will I use in a lifetime? Chip: You haven't finished your first one. Ping-Pong: They're totally right! (His tooth falls out) Lazlo: Professors, in your educated opinion, do you believe our sun will be a future habitat for Lava People? Skip: Well, actually Lazlo, in five billion years, our sun will be a Red Giant, engulfing three planets in our solar system, after which it will go supernova.