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In der Phase des Erwachsenwerdens sammelt der jährige Autist Sam Erfahrungen in verschiedenen Lebensbereichen. Er sehnt sich nach individueller Unabhängigkeit von der Mutter und befindet sich auf der Suche nach einer Partnerin. Atypical (englisch für atypisch) ist eine US-amerikanische Fernsehserie über einen autistischen Jungen und seine Familie. Die Serie wurde von Robia Rashid. Dieses Comedydrama von Robia Rashid („How I Met Your Mother“) glänzt durch Jennifer Jason Leigh und Michael Rapaport. Videos. Atypical. Netflix hat eine 4. Staffel von "Atypical" bestellt. Allerdings wird es die letzte sein. Atypical ist eine Serie von Robia Rashid mit Jennifer Jason Leigh (Elsa Gardner), Keir Gilchrist (Sam Gardner). Finde hier alle Informationen zur 4 Staffeln und.
Atypical ist eine US-amerikanische Comedy-Serie, die von Robia Rashid kreiert wurde. Die Geschichte erzählt vom jährigen Sam, der Autist ist. Im L. Netflix hat eine gute, aber gleichzeitig auch schlechte Nachricht für alle Fans von "Atypical": Autist Sam kehrt für neue Folgen zurück, doch. Atypical ist eine Serie von Robia Rashid mit Jennifer Jason Leigh (Elsa Gardner), Keir Gilchrist (Sam Gardner). Finde hier alle Informationen zur 4 Staffeln und.
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Encouraged by her friends, Elsa starts a haircutting business for children with autism. Doug has a panic attack after a phone call to Elsa.
Julia runs into Elsa and tells her that she's pregnant, and the two reconcile. After Zahid is caught smoking marijuana twice, Sam tells Bob, their boss, the marijuana was his so that Zahid is not fired.
Evan comes to visit Casey, who is still embarrassed; Evan shows her an embarrassing childhood video of himself to cheer her up.
After Elsa says she is trying to be more honest, Doug asks her questions about her affair. Julia opens the envelope and calls her mother to say she is having a boy.
Sam writes about his autism and Zahid in his essay. Doug has a panic attack and collapses after hearing Elsa still thinks about Nick.
Wendey Stanzler. In a flashback, we see Elsa and Doug's reaction to learning that Sam is autistic; Elsa discusses therapies, while Doug wants a third medical opinion.
In the present, Doug denies to Elsa that his collapse was a panic attack, and refuses her offers to help around the house.
Casey convinces Doug to allow Elsa to stay at the house. One of the members of Sam's support group expresses surprise that he does not have a bank account, so he talks to Elsa, and Doug, overhearing, takes him to set one up.
At Izzie's suggestion, Casey goes to dinner with friends from Clayton Prep. Evan asks Casey if he can come and she reluctantly agrees. Doug recites the four species of Antarctic penguin, at Sam's suggestion, in order to calm down when he becomes panicked.
Sam tells Elsa about it and she calls Arlo's mother, thinking it is a school-sanctioned event. Doug shows a girl from Sam's support group around his ambulance and chats to her mother about his situation with Elsa.
Doug offers Elsa chop suey for dinner and she dresses up for the dinner, but finds he ate his meal separately and left.
At dinner, Evan is surprised to see how Casey acts around her school friends, particularly Nate, and is upset when Casey interjects with "but he's really smart" after he says he goes to a technical school.
Arlo smashes Sam's phone, as Arlo's parents realized he was planning a party from Elsa's call. Sam goes to the supply closet and tries to use his broken phone; Bailey lends hers to him and they watch the penguin egg.
Casey and Evan argue after the dinner. After Sam asks, Doug clarifies that Elsa is living at home, but tells Elsa that they are like roommates.
The Gardner family watch Sam's egg hatching. Zahid and Sam are taken into custody at the police station; Zahid helps Sam cope by telling him about his dream to become a nurse.
Holly and Elsa get along, Theo and Doug fall out when Theo is dismissive of Sam because of his autism. The police officer lets Sam and Zahid go, but refuses to apologize for his actions.
Sam has been calling Julia at the time his sessions used to be. His latest message is about him being apprehended by the police. Sam agrees to go the lock-in with Paige.
Elsa suggests to Doug that because of his job, he should be the one to complain about Sam's arrest. Casey writes Izzie a letter saying that Nate attempted to kiss her; Izzie catches her trying to put it in her locker and reads it in front of her.
Sam goes to his support group and Ms. Whitaker asks him to research colleges he may want to attend.
Doug speaks to the officer who arrested Sam, and he puts Sam's face on a noticeboard in the station. Zahid talks to Sam about college. Evan and Casey talk about Nate; he sees Elsa trying to fix the hole on his way out.
The next day, he comes to help fix it. Paige has been accepted to Bowdoin College and wants Sam to attend too.
Nate claims to Izzie that Casey was the one who tried to initiate the kiss; she chooses to believe Nate. Julia calls Doug and tells him about Sam's voicemails.
Casey encourages Sam to think for himself about his future. Anxious, he skips his appointment with Ms.
Whitaker and hides in the supply closet; Bailey is impressed by his drawings and ask him to draw on her arm with a marker.
Casey finds "slut" and "ho" written on her trainers and tries frantically to clean them. Paige overhears Sam and Bailey as she finishes painting a bench for the senior gift; she pulls the fire alarm after noticing Bailey's cigarette.
The three are called into Ms. Whitaker's office and Sam and Bailey are assigned community service. Seeing his notebook, Ms.
Whitaker notices Sam's artistic ability. After Elsa washes Casey's trainers, she sees the slurs on them and buys her a new pair.
Doug suggests to Elsa that they work on a training program about autism for first responders. As they pick up litter around school, Bailey kisses Sam.
Casey and Evan unintentionally make him anxious about the big life change. The track coach at Clayton has a meeting with Casey, warning that if she continues doing poorly in biology, she may lose her scholarship.
Julia meets with Doug and Elsa to plan the training program for first responders, but Doug and Elsa begin talking about the state of their marriage.
Sam realizes he has lost his portfolio during work with Zahid; they contact Casey, who stops studying to search his room.
She comes to work and calms Sam down. They search Techtropolis and a sports place where Sam and Zahid recently went; Sam and Casey descend into argument.
When they return home, a girl from Sam's support group—Amber—and her mother arrive to return the portfolio, which Amber had stolen.
Casey apologizes to Sam and he helps her study biology. Julia calls Miles and breaks up with him; he is already in Africa working for Doctors Without Borders.
Whitaker recommends Denton University, which has a scientific illustration program. Elsa tells Doug about her intention of starting a haircutting business for autistic children.
Doug suggests couple's therapy and Elsa joins him in a shower. To her annoyance, Sam wakes Casey at am on her 16th birthday to say "Happy birthday" to her sixteen times, the first of his many traditions for her birthday.
In the afternoon, Casey goes driving for the first time, with Doug accompanying her. Meanwhile, Elsa has arranged a big surprise party for Casey, though Evan is concerned, as Casey wanted something small.
Zahid works out that Sam has been kissing somebody and assumes it was Paige. As Casey arrives home, she is upset by the surprise party and refuses to do the next of Sam's rituals, finding the "Ickle Bickle" gorilla figurine that's been hidden in the house.
He fears this will cause the death of his tortoise, after finding his previous tortoise dead the last time they failed to complete all the traditions.
Zahid confronts Paige and lets slip that Sam has been kissing somebody. As the girls from Clayton Prep arrive at the party, Casey angrily demands her mother get everyone to leave; as she storms upstairs, Sam tells her they need to look for the Ickle Bickle, and she snaps at him.
Elsa talks to Sam about apologising to Casey, but he finds the Ickle Bickle and runs off. Izzie comes to Casey's room to apologize and asks if they can "forehead promise" that they won't let boys disrupt their friendship again; they do so and move to kiss each other, but Elsa interrupts.
They go downstairs for cake, where Casey is happy to find that Elsa sent most of the guests home, and she kisses Evan in a display to Izzie, which successfully makes Izzie jealous and uncomfortable.
Sam gifts Casey a comic he made, the last part of his ritual, and tells her that he got accepted to Denton; the two reconcile.
Meanwhile, Doug goes to confront Nick after being unable to get him out of his head all day. Ken Whittingham.
Doug punches Nick in the face outside the bar. Sam gives Julia an invitation to his graduation and they talk briefly. Elsa tells Doug that she is starting to get haircut appointments through her website.
Sam tells his family that they need to stop helping him so he can become "fully independent". Paige is annoyed to learn through Sam that the girl he has been kissing smudged the paint on her bench.
Elsa talks to Casey, telling her about a sexual encounter she had with a woman, attempting to comfort Casey and express acceptance of her sexuality.
Casey later has sex with Evan. Paige works out that Sam has been kissing Bailey; he runs off upon seeing that classmates have written offensive terms over his picture in the school yearbook.
He asks the student distributing yearbooks for a new one; when she asks why, he frustratedly slams his on the table, causing the table to collapse.
Back home, Elsa panics when she hears Sam has not turned up to work. She, Doug, and Casey find Sam at the aquarium.
The next day, as they drive to his graduation, Elsa discovers a flyer in Doug's bag from the bar Nick works at. She works out that he punched Nick and asks him if he can ever forgive what she did, but Sam interrupts.
At the ceremony, Paige remains in her seat when she is due to give her valedictorian speech, as her voice is too hoarse to speak after viciously defending Sam at school over the yearbook incident.
Sam delivers the speech for her, with frequent interjections to comment on it. Later, Sam tells Paige that he thinks he is in love with her.
Doug talks about not being able to move past Elsa's affair to a woman from his peer group. Casey talks to Izzie about having had sex with Evan, but the two then hold hands.
On their way to the school lock-in, Paige decides she is willing to get back together with Sam for the summer.
Meanwhile, Elsa accidentally sets a mattress on fire after smoking. Sam gets worried about college after a girl with autism tells him that four out of five autistic students fail to graduate within four years.
Elsa is annoyed at Doug for spending time with a woman in his study group, Megan. At dinner, Sam discusses a good first day at Denton, but Casey has to be rushed to the hospital with appendicitis.
Paige wants to have sex with Sam, but the pair are interrupted on several occasions before they can start.
Their last opportunity before Paige goes to work as a camp counsellor is on Friday, after they have dinner at the Olive Garden. Stressed at how Doug is still not discussing things with her, Elsa consults a heavily-pregnant Julia for advice.
At the Olive Garden, Sam realizes the date and panics, as he has missed the first day of registration for classes.
After talking to Casey, he apologizes to Paige for fleeing from their date. He manages to get all of the courses he wanted except one.
Sam goes to orientation and meets Zahid outside of the school. Zahid tells him to "reinvent himself" in college.
Sam decides to reinvent himself, skips a meeting and decides he wants to live in the dorms. Izzie and Casey continue to hang out; Casey slaps a milkshake Nate offers as an apology into his face.
Doug helps Megan when her autistic daughter Amber has a panic attack. Sam decides not to live in the dorm, discovering it would be overstimulating and too unfamiliar.
Megan texts Doug and he lies to Elsa about from whom the text is. Victor Nelli Jr. Sam begins classes and starts to become a little overwhelmed by the lack of routine and a strict schedule.
Doug and Megan start hanging out more often. Elsa visits Julia who has had her baby. Sam starts using his phone to keep him on schedule and has trouble sleeping because of the big changes in his life.
Elsa goes to Megan to bring back a jacket and they have a quick heart to heart about their children. Doug talks Sam into going to disability services for accommodations; Sid shows him around and he is pleased with the environment of the offices.
Casey upsets Evan by gifting him a book about finding direction in life, but they make up. The next day, Sam gets to his class and now has a note taker.
Zahid talks Sam into going to the party. Elsa organizes a clothing drive, which Izzie shows up to. Evan finds out that Dewey is fine and that his dad only called him there to get his signature to withdraw money from his college fund.
Casey yells at him and Beth steals Dewey. Sam decides to attend the art jam; he is pleased to find it is a calm environment and enjoys himself, but Zahid is bored.
Zahid meets Gretchen by dumpster outside of the party and they smoke while listening to Miley Cyrus. Izzie and Elsa bond over their difficult childhoods.
Paige turns out to be the "dorm rat" she described, and she throws a burrito at a schoolmate who teases her.
Evan wants to go on a ride along with Doug, but is worried about the EMT test, and Paige has a hearing for throwing a scolding hot burrito at a schoolmate.
Zahid and Gretchen have a 68 hour date. He is pressured and fails, but his professor lets him write a paper. He still worries about the next seven assignments.
Elsa meets her mom and they barely speak. Paige decides to have a dinner party via Skype and invites their friends, while Evan bails out on his EMT ride along.
Zahid and Gretchen show up. Zahid tells Sam that Gretchen was probably antagonizing him to guide him in the right direction. Paige tells about her challenges at college and her vice of online shopping.
Paige is too busy with job interviews and world domination to help Sam discover the essence of a penguin, but Zahid offers to drive him to the aquarium regularly if he does inventory at work.
Casey is still angry at Izzie for how she treated Evan at the party; Evan tries another ride along. Gretchen convinces Zahid to give up gluten.
Evan goes on the ride along with Doug and consoles a child while Doug treats the child's mother, who was the driver of the vehicle in the accident they were responding to.
He notifies the penguin trainer, who discovers Stumpy has a parasitic infection, thus saving her life. Casey gets a message from Izzie, but still brings her clothes from Elsa.
Elsa visits Paige and comforts her with her challenges. Doug gets advice from Megan on dealing with Elsa.
Evan meets Casey's new friends. To prepare for college life, Sam sleeps over at Zahid's. Casey tells Izzie what Nate did. Sam tries to figure out which colleges to apply to.
Doug discovers a need to educate first responders about autism. Sam loses his portfolio for his art school application and panics.
Megan gets flirty with Doug, who makes a decision about Elsa. Julia calls Miles. Ignoring Casey's wishes, Elsa throws her a big birthday party, while Sam insists on following a decade-old birthday ritual.
The bartender haunts Doug. Cruel yearbook comments show Sam who's got his back, a favor he repays at graduation.
Feelings for Izzie confuse Casey. Elsa asks Doug a key question. As Sam heads into his first year of college, he grapples with new challenges, from making friends to managing his schedule.
Paige invites Sam to redefine their romance, Casey struggles with complicated feelings, and Elsa attempts to find a new normal with Doug.
Sam makes a bold move amid the buzz of orientation day. Casey crosses paths with Nate. Elsa and Doug unpack the hazards of half-truths.
An ethics professor pushes Sam to his limits. Elsa keeps an eye on Doug Casey considers her future and encourages Evan to do the same.
Casey and Evan take to the open road for a tense reunion. Back home, Sam and Zahid get ready to party, and Elsa bids farewell to the past.
As Paige makes a plan in the face of adversity, Sam awaits a crucial academic update. Elsa endures an uncomfortable encounter.
Casey navigates a fight with Izzie. Evan works hard for a second chance with Doug. While Sam and Casey face friendship dilemmas, Elsa uncovers a charming surprise, and Doug makes an unexpected decision.
A hard truth keeps Casey up at night. Sam experiences a rough season with Zahid -- and Paige. Elsa and Doug brace for their next chapter. As Sam gets political with his art, Elsa and Doug explore a not-so-normal weekend away.
Casey and Izzie re-examine their relationship. Meanwhile, Doug faces a major test and makes a pivotal choice.
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