#4: Pickups: The Outs – “Take it Good One”

On this pickup episode of Not Just a Movie, Michael talks about his favorite web series, The Outs.


I. The Introduction

II. The Outs


Creator: Adam Goldman

Directed by: Adam Goldman

Written by: Adam Goldman
Sasha Winters

Starring: Adam Goldman
Sasha Winters
Hunter Canning

A. The Magic of Kickstarter

Kickstarted episodes 2 and 3

Kickstarted episodes 4, 5, 6 and Holiday Special

B. The Reasons It’s Good

Production Values


Honest Portrayal of a Breakup

C. The Style of Storytelling

Callbacks to prior episodes

Hints to future revelations

D. The Holiday Special

The “Epilogue”

The Ending that Brings Forth the Tears (three times running)

E. The Future of The Outs

Shopping the show to studios

What would I want to see?

III. The Out(tro)

Show Music

The music featured in this episode can be found on a great site called the Free Music Archive

Audio Editing

This show was edited by Ryan Jacobi. Follow him on Twitter.

N-JAM Team


Timmie is a vocalist, pianist, and teacher that podcasts and writes about media in her spare time. She’s hoping to incorporate both of her passions in an endeavor she’s calling Lost: The Musical. Official release date TBD.


Michael, always thought to spend too much time watching TV, reading books, playing video games, and looking up random facts on the internet, has finally decided to put his plethora of seemingly useless information to good use in audio format. He co-hosted a very successful 10 episode run of a video game show called the Go!Cast and loves to get involved in long-winded and deep discussions on media. He lives alone with his turtle, Squirt, and they play Cranium every Thursday night. Michael always wins.


Ryan is a picture/sound editor. You can see some of his work over at Scruffy.TV as well as two documentaries in progress, We Breathe Again and American Communion. When he isn’t editing, Ryan enjoys watching films with his canine and feline sons, Ewan and Figaro. He becomes frustrated when they choose to screen Glee over Godard.

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