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“Turn up the music. Are you kids enjoying camp?” he asks before he rotates his body in circles once the music starts.
The children aren’t reacting to a person — instead, they are reacting to a remote-controlled fire hydrant that has eyes, ears and a personality. The talking fire hydrant calls himself “Pluggie.”
A man holding a remote control nearby is the one who controls “Pluggie’s” movements and gives a voice to the fire hydrant.
The kids don’t know what is really going on, nor do they need to — they’re too busy having fun.