The Anna Nicole Show

Season 2 Episode 2

Nature Calls

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Aired Sunday 10:00 PM Mar 09, 2003 on E!
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Anna and company go camping * * * Daniel doesn't want to be part of the show anymore. He says he doesn't want to be famous. Howard says they should mention it to Anna while they are camping. Anna, Daniel, Kim, and Howard are warned of the dangers of their camping experience. Howard and Kim leave to get supplies... Anna puts together a potty, and then starts a fire. Anna and Daniel discuss how he feels about doing the show. Daniel confesses he doesn't want to do it, and Anna says that's okay, all he had to do is say so. Anna freaks out when she hears coyotes, and retreats to her tent. Howard and Kim return, and they all roast weiners and sing a campfire song. Then they go to sleep. During the night, Anna yells for Howard and tells him that "something is out here." Ranger Steve returns to their camp site and takes the gang fishing. Daniel catches the first fish, a very small one. Anna rushes Howard to get the fish unhooked so they can throw it back. Anna calls Daniel a fish murderer, then takes it back when she sees the fish was "faking." Howard says he's had enough of the animals and the stress of not having a cigarette. Howard says he wants to go home, but Anna doesn't want to. Anna finally gives in and decides to do what Howard wants and leave. So they pack up, and end this magical camping trip.moreless

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