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The first is the one for you if you’re looking to set the mood for some after dark shenanigans: Curated by Paul Rudd’s bad boy character Andy Fleckner, “Doinkage 91” (the new series is set in 1991) features a healthy roster of bona fide sex jams, like Michael Bolton’s “When A Man Loves A Woman,” Bryan Adams’ “(Everything I Do) I Do It For You,” and the appropriately titled “Sex In The 90’s” by Gloria Estefan.
Ken Marino’s hopelessly romantic character Victor Pulak also took a stab at a mix for getting intimate, which is titled “PERManently Sexy.” Much like the character, the playlist is filled with good intentions but ultimately not a lot of success. Songs like “Super Freak” by James Brown and more than one Vanilla Ice cut show a level of sexual effort that’s ultimately not matched by a similar level of self-awareness.
If you want a mix curated by a talking can of vegetables, then you could say we’ve saved the best for last. H. Jon Benjamin’s character has a playlist that’s basically a list of things not to do at camp: “Necking,” “Fingerbang,” “The Old One, Two,” and of course, “Salt Water Taffy.”
Check out the playlists above, and let us know in the comments below which Camp Firewood mix is your favorite.