Season 5 Trailer : Invisibilia This moment in our culture can feel fraught. From 'fake news' to the opioid crisis, there's a lot of uncertainty about the future. So this season, Invisibilia helps you discern truth from fiction, cure your pain, and find your true love with conviction. It's your very own Emotional Survival Guide!
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Season 5 Trailer

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ALIX SPIEGEL, HOST:

This season on INVISIBILIA...

UNIDENTIFIED PERSON #1: Welcome to the 21st century. We cannot just say, stop, I want to get off.

SPIEGEL: But at least we can ask questions. Like, should we empathize with our enemies?

JACK: Femoids (ph) should [expletive] die. I hope they all go terminal. Every woman is a whore.

SPIEGEL: Is it OK to have machines control our emotions?

UNIDENTIFIED PERSON #2: I should be kind of creeped out that I went from feeling suicidal to not all because someone's fiddling around with a button. But at the same time, I'm like, well, thank God I live in this day and age.

UNIDENTIFIED PERSON #3: Can you cure pain with more pain?

UNIDENTIFIED PERSON #4: Put him in pain to get him better.

UNIDENTIFIED PERSON #5: Why is this happening? Why is this happening to me?

SPIEGEL: This season on INVISIBILIA, we ask about sex and race and weathermen. Is it supposed to say weathermen?

JAMES SPANN: Mostly clear weather continues tonight, we'll forecast all of it.

SPIEGEL: No easy answers, just the right questions. INVISIBILIA - back on March 8.

SPANN: What - what just happened?

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