Angela Baker, a traumatized and very shy young girl, is sent to summer camp with her cousin. Shortly after her arrival, anyone with sinister or less than honorable intentions gets their comeuppance.

Billy: Eat shit and die, Ricky!
Ricky: Eat shit and live, Bill.
Judy: She's a real carpenter's dream: flat as a board and needs a screw!
Aunt Martha: Oh, you're going to enjoy living with us so much. Yes, I know you are! As a welcome home present, I bought you such wonderful new clothes. I just hope that Richard doesn't get jealous that I didn't get him anything. Oh, but then, he is such a dear. I'm sure that he won't mind. You see, I've always wanted a little girl. But, of course, when my husband left... Oh, well, that's all water under the bridge, as I always say. Water under the bridge! But it certainly will be a nice little surprise when Richard comes home to find a little girl in the house. Yes, I've always dreamed of a little girl just like you.
Artie: Look at all that young fresh chicken. Where I come from, we call 'em baldies. Makes your mouth water, don't it?
Ben: Artie, they're too young to even understand what's on your mind.
Artie: There ain't no such thing as being too young. You're just too old.
Meg: If she were any quieter, she'd be dead!
Angela: Meet me at the waterfront, after the social.
[Angela stands up and makes a sinister bear-like noise, and Paul's severed head falls from her lap. Susie covers her mouth in horror]
Ronnie: ...How can it be?
[Angela is revealed to be male, she's fully naked and has a bloody knife clutched in her hands]
Ronnie: My god, she's a boy!
Angela: Meet me at the waterfront after the social.
Paul: Hey, Rick, wait till you get a load of Judy! Man, oh, man!
Judy: How come Angela gets to talk to the boys all day, and WE have to play volleyball?

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