“Out To Lunch”
Nathan (Will Conlon) wants to learn how to help Rose. First thing he learns is that friends are more reliable than the Internet. Meanwhile, Kenny (Corey Lof) encourages Rose (Kate Conway) to make amends with Vanessa (Lindsey Middleton) even if it means being an “asshole”.
This episode contains the song “Heroes” by Dan Beausoleil
Music Composed and Performed by Adrian Ellis:
You’ve commented and we’ve listened carefully. The comments you guys have shared here on outwithdad.com, on YouTube, Twitter, Facebook and elsewhere on the web have been very supportive. The single most common thing we’ve heard is “TOO SHORT!”.
My research lead me to believe that a webisode should only ever be 3-5 minutes in length. In fact I was worried episode one was too long, running just over six minutes. Goes to show, you can’t believe everything you read online. What I’ve done is re-examined all the scenes we’ve shot and done some re-arranging, paying less attention to runtime and more attention to story and flow. In fact, this episode is a combination of what was originally going to be scenes from two separate episodes. I’ve done the same thing to future scenes and episodes. Although this has sacrificed our episode count, we feel this is in favour of better pacing and richer storytelling overall.
We hope you agree! Please let us know what you think.
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I’m new to “out with Dad”, sound promising, I’m at episode 2 (season 1)
I was wondering…
Why everytime I want to watch next episode I have to crawl back 7 web page to find it ?
a NEXT EPISODE link would be GREATLY apreciated
Even easier! Go to: https://www.outwithdad.com/watchall
All the episodes in one place!
I sooo wish Nathan’s attitude had been my father’s attitude. Wonderful series!
Well, I for one thing you made the right decision. This episode had a much more realistic flow, and the conversations had room to breathe. There was a nice symmetry between the girls in the cafeteria and the men in the café, both discussing Rose’s sexuality. It’s sad that Vanessa seems determined to take the path of homophobia on this, but it makes sense, and you wouldn’t have much of a story if there wasn’t some backlash. For the rest, I’ll save it for one of those lame amateur review things that are so popular on the internet.