Every single time the counselors break into song, Jason comes at the middle and kills one of them, bringing the entire musical number to a gory, scream-filled end. The counselors try to stop themselves from singing, but they simply can’t contain themselves. Meanwhile, Jason is, as ever, completely silent. However, that doesn’t mean there isn’t a full musical piece where Jason gesticulates and motions, basically doing an interpretive dance (pointing at a full moon with his machete). It is the highlight of the musical, the song that brings tears to the eyes of every man, woman, and child.
…well, those who aren’t dead yet.
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