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Up All Night 

A late-night pill swap leads a buzzed Kathryn to crash a neighboring campsite, where she runs into Nina-Joy, Carleen and some chic old friends. Unsettled by a revelation from Miguel, Jandice ends up sharing a beer with a forbidden friend.

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Wendey Stanzler

Writers:

Paula Pell, Lena Dunham (created for American television by) | 2 more credits »
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Episode cast overview:
Jennifer Garner ... Kathryn McSorley-Jodell
David Tennant ... Walt Jodell
Juliette Lewis ... Jandice
Ione Skye ... Carleen
Chris Sullivan ... Joe
Arturo Del Puerto ... Miguel
Janicza Bravo ... Nina-Joy
Brett Gelman ... George
Cheyenne Haynes ... Sol
Duncan Joiner ... Orvis
Busy Philipps ... Allison
Nicole Richie ... Beth-Ann
Hari Nef ... Nia
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A late-night pill swap leads a buzzed Kathryn to crash a neighboring campsite, where she runs into Nina-Joy, Carleen and some chic old friends. Unsettled by a revelation from Miguel, Jandice ends up sharing a beer with a forbidden friend.

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Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

4 November 2018 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Santa Clarita, California, USA

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Digging a Little Deeper
6 November 2018 | by GunnersMateSee all my reviews

On the surface, the Up All Night installment of Camping centers on Kathryn; who, unable to sleep and mistakenly given a stimulant instead of a sleep aid, spends an odd and chattering night in the woods with family, old acquaintances, and strangers.

The apparent series-need to include the shock factors of sex and language are fulfilled quickly and the remainder of the episode digs deeper into the feelings, motivations, and relationship details on a number of the characters. Jennifer Garner really shines as she embodies her character's hyper and sometimes cruel interactions in the night. Other characters do not disappoint; there is a glimps into the morality of Jandice, the complexities of Carleen and Joe's relationship, and the big history and much-alluded-to drama surrounding Nina-Joy. Perhaps the most understated but satisfying vignette comes from Walt when we get to witness a private moment of passive agressive retaliation followed by his sly and viewer-contagious satisfaction. This outing was more interesting than most, and we can only hope that the upward trend continues.


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