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* ComingofAgeStory: Granted a very fucked up one, but still a coming of age story none the less.

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* ComingofAgeStory: ComingOfAgeStory: Granted a very fucked up one, but still a coming of age story none the less.


The show lasted 10 episodes on Creator/{{IFC}} from January to March 2013, [[TooGoodToLast where it was sadly forgotten...]] until October of 2018 where it became available on Creator/{{Hulu}}

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The show lasted 10 episodes on Creator/{{IFC}} from January to March 2013, [[TooGoodToLast where it was sadly forgotten...]] until 2013. In October of 2018 where 2018, it became available for streaming on Creator/{{Hulu}}
Creator/{{Hulu}}.


The show lasted 10 episodes on Creator/{{IFC}} from January to March 2013, [[TooGoodToLast where it was sadly forgotten.]]

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The show lasted 10 episodes on Creator/{{IFC}} from January to March 2013, [[TooGoodToLast where it was sadly forgotten.]]
forgotten...]] until October of 2018 where it became available on Creator/{{Hulu}}





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!!Tropes:!!''Out There'' provides examples of:


The show lasted 10 episodes on IFC from January to March 2013, [[TooGoodToLast where it was sadly forgotten.]]

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The show lasted 10 episodes on IFC Creator/{{IFC}} from January to March 2013, [[TooGoodToLast where it was sadly forgotten.]]



''Out There'' chronicles the coming-of-age misadventures of socially awkward Chad, his little brother Jay, and his best friend Chris. Living in the small town of Holford, the boys wander its surreal, bleak landscape waiting out their last few years of adolescence. Along the way, viewers meet Chad's conservative parents, Wayne and Rose, as well as Chris's single mother, Joanie, and her disastrous boyfriend, Terry. They also meet the object of Chad's affection, Sharla.

The show lasted 10 episodes on IFC from January to February 2013, where it was sadly forgotten.

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\n[[caption-width-right:300: Growing Up is weird to do.]]

''Out There'' chronicles the is a coming-of-age Dramedy created by former WesternAnimation/SouthPark animator, Ryan Quincy. It follows the misadventures of the socially awkward Chad, Chad (Voiced by Ryan Quincy himself), his little brother Jay, Jay (voiced by Creator/KateMicucci), and his best friend Chris.Chris (voiced by Creator/JustinRoiland). Living in the small town of Holford, the boys wander its surreal, bleak landscape waiting out their last few years of adolescence. Along the way, viewers meet Chad's conservative parents, Wayne and Rose, Rose (voiced by Creator/JohnDiMaggio and Melanie Lynskey, respectively), as well as Chris's single mother, Joanie, Joanie (voiced by Creator/PamelaAdlon), and her disastrous boyfriend, Terry. Terry (voiced by Creator/FredArmisen). They also meet the object of Chad's affection, Sharla.

Sharla (voiced by Creator/LindaCardellini).

The show lasted 10 episodes on IFC from January to February March 2013, [[TooGoodToLast where it was sadly forgotten.
forgotten.]]



* SliceOfLife: This series is a great example of a modern-day animated slice-of-life television show.

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* SliceOfLife: This series is a great example of a modern-day animated slice-of-life television show.show, dealing with the weirdness that is growing up.


* ComingofAgeStory: Granted a very fucked up one, but still a coming of age story none the less.



* FurryDenial

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* FurryDenialFurryDenial: The characters are human, the style itself is just the way Ryan Quincy draws characters.


Unfortunately, [[http://www.bubbleblabber.com/out-there-ifcoutthere-not-getting-a-season-2-on-ifc-ifc/ IFC has decided not to renew the cartoon for a second season.]]

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Unfortunately, [[http://www.bubbleblabber.com/out-there-ifcoutthere-not-getting-a-season-2-on-ifc-ifc/ The show lasted 10 episodes on IFC has decided not from January to renew the cartoon for a second season.]]
February 2013, where it was sadly forgotten.


* EmbarrassingNickname: Chris ends up with the nickname "Mommy" after accidentally crying out for his mom while in pain at school. He spends the rest of the episode desperatly trying to find a way to get a cooler nickname, but in the end just ends up making "Mommy" a badass nickname rather than an embarassing one.

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* EmbarrassingNickname: Chris ends up with the nickname "Mommy" after accidentally crying out for his mom while in pain at school. He spends the rest of the episode desperatly desperately trying to find a way to get a cooler nickname, but in the end just ends up making "Mommy" a badass nickname rather than an embarassing embarrassing one.



* FormerTeenRebel: Wayne wasnt always the straight-laced, conservative citizen he is now, in his teens and early adulthood he was a drug-using hippie. The bad things he experienced is the reason why he's so insistent on keeping Chad "out of trouble", he's terrified that his son will go through all the low points he did.

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* FormerTeenRebel: Wayne wasnt wasn't always the straight-laced, conservative citizen he is now, now; in his teens and early adulthood he was a drug-using hippie. The bad things he experienced is the reason why he's so insistent on keeping Chad "out of trouble", he's terrified that his son will go through all the low points he did.



* FunnyForeigner: Terry. If he's a foreigner at all, very little of what he tells about his past adds up.

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* FunnyForeigner: Terry. If he's a foreigner at all, very little of what he tells says about his past adds up.



* SliceOfLife: This series is a great example of a modern-day animated slice of life television show.

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* SliceOfLife: This series is a great example of a modern-day animated slice of life slice-of-life television show.


* {{Main/Cloudcuckoolander}}: Terry, Chris's stepfather, who embraces some bizarre sort of eastern mysticism he cobbled together himself and constantly remembers things that never actually happened. For one thing, a mexican man he brought home was allegedly his best friend from back in "the jungle". Subtitles show us that the man has no idea who Terry is and has never met him before.

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* {{Main/Cloudcuckoolander}}: Terry, Chris's stepfather, who embraces some bizarre sort of eastern mysticism he cobbled together himself and constantly remembers things that never actually happened. For one thing, a mexican Mexican man he brought home was allegedly his best friend from back in "the jungle". Subtitles show us that the man has no idea who Terry is and has never met him before.



* EmbarrassingNickname: Chris ends up with the nickname "Mommy" after accidently crying out for his mom while in pain at school. He spends the rest of the episode desperatly trying to find a way to get a cooler nickname, but in the end just ends up making "Mommy" a badass nickname rather than an embarassing one.

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* EmbarrassingNickname: Chris ends up with the nickname "Mommy" after accidently accidentally crying out for his mom while in pain at school. He spends the rest of the episode desperatly trying to find a way to get a cooler nickname, but in the end just ends up making "Mommy" a badass nickname rather than an embarassing one.



* FormerTeenRebel: Wayne wasnt always the straight-laced, conservative citizen he is now, in his teens and early adulthood he was a drug-using hippie. The bad things he experienced is the reason why he's so insistant at keeping Chad "out of trouble", he's terrified that his son will go through all the low points he did.

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* FormerTeenRebel: Wayne wasnt always the straight-laced, conservative citizen he is now, in his teens and early adulthood he was a drug-using hippie. The bad things he experienced is the reason why he's so insistant at insistent on keeping Chad "out of trouble", he's terrified that his son will go through all the low points he did.



* GirlfriendInCanada: Not a girlfriend, but Chris insists that he lost his virginity to a girl in Florida. Chad clearly doesnt buy it for a second, but still listens to Chris's "advice" about girls.

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* GirlfriendInCanada: Not a girlfriend, but Chris insists that he lost his virginity to a girl in Florida. Chad clearly doesnt doesn't buy it for a second, but still listens to Chris's "advice" about girls.



* HighSchool: The main cast are in the early years of high school and suffering dremendously.

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* HighSchool: The main cast are in the early years of high school and suffering dremendously.tremendously.



* IWantMyMommy: Chris, while trying to make a speech, accidentally trips and mutters "Mommy . . ." into the microphone which ends up getting him picked on for the rest of the episode. Granted, he did break his leg, so it's understandable.

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* IWantMyMommy: Chris, while trying to make a speech, accidentally trips and mutters "Mommy . . ."Mommy..." into the microphone which ends up getting him picked on for the rest of the episode. Granted, he did break his leg, so it's understandable.



* ItsACostumePartyISwear: Part of Henrietta and Troy's prank on Chad and Chris in "Springoween." Henrietta tells Chad and Chris that it's going to be a drag-themed party and the two show up dressed like southerne belles.

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* ItsACostumePartyISwear: Part of Henrietta and Troy's prank on Chad and Chris in "Springoween." Henrietta tells Chad and Chris that it's going to be a drag-themed party and the two show up dressed like southerne southern belles.


* AlphaBitch: Henrietta Miller, Chris's crush.



* BlindWithoutEm: Chris, which becomes a problem in episode 2, where Terry for some bizarre reason decides to break his glasses to "free him from his dependency".



* CasanovaWannabe: Chris.

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* CasanovaWannabe: Chris. It's clear that the girls in school mostly considers him to be an annoying weirdo.



* FormerTeenRebel: Wayne wasnt always the straight-laced, conservative citizen he is now, in his teens and early adulthood he was a drug-using hippie. The bad things he experienced is the reason why he's so insistant at keeping Chad "out of trouble", he's terrified that his son will go through all the low points he did.



* GirlfriendInCanada: Not a girlfriend, but Chris insists that he lost his virginity to a girl in Florida. Chad clearly doesnt buy it for a second, but still listens to Chris's "advice" about girls.



* IWantMyMommy: Chris, while trying to make a speech, accidentally trips and mutters "Mommy . . ." into the microphone which ends up getting him picked on for the rest of the episode.

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* IWantMyMommy: Chris, while trying to make a speech, accidentally trips and mutters "Mommy . . ." into the microphone which ends up getting him picked on for the rest of the episode. Granted, he did break his leg, so it's understandable.



* ItsACostumePartyISwear: Part of Henrietta and Troy's prank on Chad and Chris in "Springoween."

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* ItsACostumePartyISwear: Part of Henrietta and Troy's prank on Chad and Chris in "Springoween."" Henrietta tells Chad and Chris that it's going to be a drag-themed party and the two show up dressed like southerne belles.


* AManIsNotAVirgin: The whole premise of the episode "Quest for Fantasy".


* AccidentalMurder: Chris thinks he did this to Terry during a "parent trap" style scheme that backfired, but he ran away before noticing that the tree Terry was hanging from broke before any real harm could be done.



* AnnoyingYoungerSibling: Averted with Jay, who seems to be going this way first (Chad even charges him a dollar to even spend a minute in his room) but the show ended up portraying him as a fairly easy-going kid with a huge imagination.



* BurgerFool: Chad gets a job at an ice cream shop, complete with goofy hat and abusive coworkers.

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* BurgerFool: Chad gets a job at an ice cream shop, complete with goofy hat (a jester hat, the shop was royalty-themed) and abusive coworkers.



* {{Main/Cloudcuckoolander}}: Terry, as well as numerous recurring background characters.

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* {{Main/Cloudcuckoolander}}: Terry, as well as numerous recurring background characters. Chris's stepfather, who embraces some bizarre sort of eastern mysticism he cobbled together himself and constantly remembers things that never actually happened. For one thing, a mexican man he brought home was allegedly his best friend from back in "the jungle". Subtitles show us that the man has no idea who Terry is and has never met him before.



* EmbarrassingNickname: Chris ends up with the nickname "Mommy" after accidently crying out for his mom while in pain at school. He spends the rest of the episode desperatly trying to find a way to get a cooler nickname, but in the end just ends up making "Mommy" a badass nickname rather than an embarassing one.



* FunnyForeigner: Terry. He may or may not be a Mexican.

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* FunnyForeigner: Terry. He may or may not be If he's a Mexican.foreigner at all, very little of what he tells about his past adds up.



* HalloweenEpisode: "Springoween"

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* GrowingUpSucks: Several episodes revolve around the horrible limbo you exist in as an unpopular teenager, especially "Springoween".
* HalloweenEpisode: "Springoween""Springoween", which notably takes place in spring, as the previous years Halloween had to be cancelled due to an unseasonal blizzard.



* HighSchool:
* HighSchoolDance: The 'Give Peace a Dance Dance'
* IWantMyMommy: Chris, while trying to make a speech, accidentally trips and mutters "Mommy . . ." into the microphone which allows him to get picked on for the rest of the episode.

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* HighSchool:
HighSchool: The main cast are in the early years of high school and suffering dremendously.
* HighSchoolDance: The 'Give Peace a Dance Dance'
Dance' (which Chris ends up ruining with his fake mouse eating stunt)
* IWantMyMommy: Chris, while trying to make a speech, accidentally trips and mutters "Mommy . . ." into the microphone which allows ends up getting him to get picked on for the rest of the episode.



* IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy: After driving Terry off, Chris realizes how much his mother misses him, and sets aside his own hatred for the man to get them back together.



* ManicPixieDreamGirl: Destiny. Chad becomes enthralled with her at first, but later realizes she's a kaleidoscope of a girl he wasn't ready for.

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* ManicPixieDreamGirl: Destiny. Destiny is a parody of this trope. Chad becomes enthralled is at first enchanted with her at first, her, but later by the end of the episode realizes her bizarre behavior is just due to her weird homelife, and not a sign that she's a kaleidoscope of a girl he wasn't ready for.somehow more spiritual than anyone else.



* ScareEmStraight: In "The Great Escape" Wayne tries this on Chad by giving him a presentation on drugs.

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* ScareEmStraight: In "The Great Escape" Wayne tries this on Chad by giving him a presentation on drugs. This really only ends up confusing him as Chad had never intended to do drugs and the whole thing was due to a misunderstanding.


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* WholeEpisodeFlashback: One episode is a flashback to how Chris and Chad first met during the first days of high school.


See also [[WesternAnimation/FutureWorm FutureWorm]], another cartoon from the creator of Out There made for Disney XD.

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See also [[WesternAnimation/FutureWorm FutureWorm]], ''WesternAnimation/FutureWorm'', another cartoon animated series from the creator of Out There ''Out There'' made for Disney XD.Creator/DisneyXD.

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See also [[WesternAnimation/FutureWorm FutureWorm]], another cartoon from the creator of Out There made for Disney XD.

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