Hey, guys. I just put up Maia’s tent,
sang her a lullaby, and sewed pajamas for her doll.
So, that’s three more badges! What’s that sound? Well, if it’s a ferocious
wild animal, they picked the wrong campsite
to mess with. Actually, that’s Jade’s
massage chair. [sighing] Who’s ready to tell
scary stories? – Yeah, let’s do it!
– I like scary stories! Oh, I’ve got one! It’s called
the Scary Teddy Bear. Years ago, a little girl
lost her teddy bear. It came alive and grew to be
six feet tall! And, to this day, it stalks
this very campsite. – A giant teddy bear?
– Please. What does it do? – Cuddle you to death?
– I hope not! I’ve got a real scary story. It’s the legend
of the skunk monster. It’s about a man
who turns into… a skunk monster! – Skunk monster?
– [screaming] Sorry, did I scare you? Oh, you almost made me
drop my lasagna. Welcome to Camp Nickelodeon!
I’m Ranger Rob. Hi, Ranger Rob! Yeah, I’ve been rangering
this campground for 20 years. – Want a s’more?
– Oh! I love s’mores! Except for the graham cracker
and chocolate parts. So you just eat
the marshmallow? Pretty much. Nope. Yuck. Bleugh. So you’re telling scary stories? Make a hole. Well, I’ve got the scariest
one of them all. It’s called The Legend of Bighand. [suspenseful music] He’s a big, scary monster
that’s been terrorizing these woods for years. He has one giant hand
that he uses to grab unsuspecting campers,
much like yourselves. Squeeze them really,
really tight. But you never know
when he’s going to– attack. He might even be watching us
right now. [suspenseful music] It’s Bighand.
I can’t believe he’s real! And he’s a she! Okay. She’s leaving. Oh, that was close! – [phone ringing]
– She’s coming! She’s coming. [screaming] Hi, guys. I’m Betty. Betty? You probably know me
as Bighand. Mind if I ask what you’re doing
in my closet? Shaking in fear? We thought you were going
to grab us and squeeze us with your giant hand! Ha, ha, ha.
Wait, you aren’t, are you? Why does everybody think that?
I’m just a normal girl who happens to have a slightly
larger-than-normal hand. Slightly? – You live here?
– Yeah. I spent my whole life
in these woods. Oh, because people treated you
like some kind of monster, on account
of your oversized hand? No, I just love cabin-living.
I never leave. Oh! Except for Wednesday-night
bowling league. – How do you text?
– How do you tie your shoes? How do you pick your nose? – Oh, well–
– Got him! – Him is a her!
– Oh. Got her! Honestly, I barely felt that. – Hit her again!
– No! Don’t! Stop! Her name’s Betty
and she’s really nice. Yeah! She’s in a bowling league! I love bowling. Wait:
why were you chasing us? – I was trying to warn you guys.
– Wait, warn us? There is a monster terrorizing
the campsite. But it’s not me.
It’s the Skunk Monster. That was the story I was telling
at the campfire. That means the Scary Teddy Bear
could be real too. Um, no.