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Watch Episode 5 Of 'Whatever This Is.' From The Creator Of 'The Outs': VIDEO


"Nature," the fifth episode of "Whatever this is." gets down and dirty and finds our protagonists dealing with some of their more primal urges and instincts. Largely departing from the familiar terrain of New York City, this newest episode takes its inspiration from the momentary respite the characters find from their busy, tangled lives. 

The latest installment of Adam Goldman's brainchild finds Sam, Ari, and videographer Dana becoming one with the earth as they shoot a sort-of documentary about a tree-hugging yogi. Even more intriguing is Toby's replacement on the film crew by a handsome new guy, Sam and Dana finding their inner "Om," and Ari getting back to nature with a little marijuana. To top it off, Lisa is back in the city performing a new service for her lesbian employers, Alex and Chris.

Check out this fabulous and honest series' newest episode, AFTER THE JUMP...

And in case you've fallen behind, catch up with Episode One, Two, Three, and Four.

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  1. I really miss The Outs. I don't love "Whatever This is" as much i had wanted to; even though i still try to watch it hoping the series will get better. Five episodes in and still not sure where these characters are going; they just seem to continue wandering in their own misery like zombies.

    Posted by: G | Nov 30, 2013 5:12:06 PM

  2. A film by "Adam Goldman" about a yogi?

    Another film by a media jew pushing a foreign religion, then?

    Quelle shock.

    Posted by: Merchants Beware | Nov 30, 2013 6:34:55 PM

  3. So many of us fell in love with ‘The Outs’ which was bright, witty, very New York, and on par (in my opinion) with Seinfeld, Sex and the City, & Friends. And with the added gay themes it was a real home run for me. But I have yet to determine what ‘Whatever This Is’ is. Love the actors, the characters, the production values…..but despite some good moments, overall the pace and script fall short. The scene in episode 5 where Ari is stoned and meandering through the woods seems like a metaphor for the series thus far. While ‘Whatever This Is’ may pay homage to the many low-budget film production crews that struggle in NY and elsewhere, the topic may be too insular for a broader audience. But yes, I will continue to watch the series and have faith that Mr. Goldman will produce many wonderful things yet to come.

    Posted by: TRH | Nov 30, 2013 8:21:36 PM

  4. Loved The Outs. Hate WTI. Feels like a bad Girls rip-off. There's something so obnoxious about trust fund brats making "art" where little white kids are putting dollars in a jar for rent and scraping by to get kale. It just feels completely unrealistic and insufferable. You all went to rich people liberal arts schools no? And mommy and daddy are always going to bail you out. So make something a little more true that addresses that lifestyle.

    Posted by: jason | Nov 30, 2013 8:45:32 PM

  5. i'm not in ny but i really like the outs. i'm not sure about this series. the cast is talented and i'll watch more episodes.

    Posted by: m | Dec 1, 2013 2:43:58 AM

  6. TRH - what thoughtful comments, much appreciated.

    Posted by: UFFDA | Dec 1, 2013 9:01:53 AM

  7. MERCHANTS BEWARE, you clearly haven't been following the series, or else you wouldn't have jumped to make such an ignorant comment.

    Posted by: Jau | Dec 1, 2013 1:28:26 PM

  8. @Merchants This is "pushing" the yogi? No, it's insulting him. Also, you're claiming that Jews specifically push non-Jewish religions too much? To what end would they be doing that to their own selfish benefit?

    Also, what is a "foreign" religion? Anything that isn't Native American religion and Mormonism?

    Posted by: BenR | Dec 2, 2013 11:43:40 AM

  9. I think it's brilliant!

    I am their age, going through similar experiences so I relate to it a lot. A LOT.

    It's very obvious Adam Goldman is trying new things. He is in the process of becoming and it's AMAZING.

    I love Sasha Winters. I love them all!

    Posted by: gino | Dec 2, 2013 1:27:22 PM

  10. Refreshing to watch real characters dealing with real problems--I can only take so much (none) of Diane Keaton/Winona Ryder/Jude Law type characters & their entitled wealthy yet hopeless w/o true love issues. AG is good watching, can't wait for more :)

    Posted by: alrighty | Dec 23, 2013 12:45:16 PM

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