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Scoop: CAMP on NBC - Wednesday, August 21, 2013 "CAMP"

"THE WEDDING"

08/21/2013 (10:01PM - 11:00PM) (Wednesday) : MACK (RACHEL GRIFFITHS) HOSTS AN IMPROMPTU WEDDING FOR GRACE'S (CHARLOTTE NICDAO) DADS AND IT'S ALL HANDS ON DECK FOR THE BIG EVENT - Mack (Rachel Griffiths) announces that the new Mayor is performing same-sex marriages and is encouraging everyone to marry before the State repeals. Mack volunteers to host the wedding at Little Otter for Raffi (Chris Kirby, "The Starter Wife") and Todd (Adam Garcia, "Threesome"), who hesitantly agrees after Grace's (Charlotte Nicdao) heartfelt plea. The camp staff springs into action to prepare the camp for the best wedding ever. Roger (Rodger Corser) insists he throw The Bachelor party in an effort to attract more gay people to Ridgefield. In the wake of her cheating scandal, Sarah (Dena Kaplan) finds herself being ostracized by Robbie's (Tim Pocock) supporters. After his health scare, Kip (Thom Green) feels like he has a new lease on life and decides to break free from Chloe (Natasha Bassett) and pursue Marina (Lily Sullivan) - the girl he really wants to be with. At the wedding party - with love in the air - Cole (Nikolai Nikolaeff) decides to finally make a move with Mack. Charles Grounds and Lily Sullivan also star.


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