OK, we’re about to
begin the riding lessons. And on the last
day, there will be a riding exhibition for your
parents to take pictures at. Now, time to mount. It’s just like
getting on a horse. Sorry I don’t have
any analogies. This is really
happening. [hums] Ah! Oh. OK, let’s get our
horses to walk. Squeeze with your heels. Squeezing. Come on, Pops. [grunts] Tina, you seem to
be not moving at all. Is that what you were going for? No, not exactly. OK, officially riding. Wait, where are you going? Because it kind of
seems like you’re headed right for the
fence, fence, fence. Take control, Tina, He’s
trying to scrape you off. No, we’re getting along great. Ugh, my knee’s turned around. No, just my pants.
I’m fine. Hey, Tina! Maybe you thought this
was fencing camp? [laughs] [laughs] I don’t get it. Ow, I’m OK.
Ow. No, I’m not.
Ow. Yes, I am. Ow, everything’s great. Ow, gay horse camp!