Why is Brianna's decision to time travel and her actual going thru the stones missed? Has the Author ever been asked about this or commented on it?
Jamie has asked Murtagh to make a wedding ring for Claire from his mother, Ellen's silver candle stick. Murtagh turned it over and realized it right away that it belonged to his lost love, Jamie's mother. Brianna has now traveled back and if the writers follow the book somewhat Stephen Bonnett is going to come into play again. Brianna gives up A LOT to get her mothers ring back. Will it be the ring that she and Roger use at the up coming gathering when they get married? In the books they use Brian's, Jamie's fathers ruby ring.
Things are picking up and I am sitting Indian style three feet away from my TV screen! My mother used to tell me to move back because I was going to go blind LOL but I love having the front row seat watching this saga!
Talk about ups and downs in episode 405! First, we are elated by Jamie's God father's return and then find out that he is part of the renegades. What is everyone's guess as to how much "history" Claire will divulge to Murtagh? Remember he is privy to Claire's time travel and I'm sure he will ask her. She told them that Culloden was a loss for the Jacobite army but Murtagh went with Jamie anyway. I loved that scene: (Jamie) I'll not have you dying for nothing. (Murtagh) I won't be, I'll be dying with you!" The bond is still there between these two men even after all these years but Jamie has given his word to the Governor not to become involved with the renegades. It's going to be interesting. If Claire does tell Murtagh he is on the winning side will it embolden him or will he come to Fraser's Ridge and give Jamie his allegiance?
This is a question to all Americans. I am going to be in FLA Dec 22 to Jan 5 and will miss two episodes. In Canada we watch them on the W Network the same time slots as Starz. I am at a resort that I expect to have many channels. If they do not have Starz, is there any other channel that airs the S4 episodes on the day of release or the day after?
I'm reading Drums of Autumn - about a third of the way through. At some point before she went back, Claire saw Jamie's grave in Scotland. I also seem to recall that Brianna & Roger mentioned a grave/ graveyard in Voyager. However, I do not recall reading that passage. I DO seem to recall reading somewhere that Frank had put up a headstone for Jamie (might have been here or perhaps in another forum). Did I miss this in the books or will it be discussed at some point later in DOA or subsequent books?
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So I have not seen episode 403 yet, but I was wondering a little bit about the episode title. Since it is so early in the series and since by now it seems obvious to everyone that perhaps Bree will go to see her parents, is it possible that until she does, their needs to be a build up to trigger the event. Now this is pure speculation on my part, or if you prefer, a wild ass guess regarding the title of this episode. In the preview for this episode we see Fiona tell Roger, "don't you think you should tell her?" Now I know there is another bit of info he possesses concerning Jamie and Claire that would be enough, but what if Roger discovered that Loaghaire and Jamie were married and that records showed their marriage was nullified. This information would be a glimmer in Bree's mind that her mother did find Jamie and that he righted things so that he could be with her mother once again. If Roger discovered that their marriage was nullified because Jamie's first wife was not dead but was mistakenly believed to be so and was the grounds for nullity, then Lloaghaire would be a false bride. Like I said, just as a WAG. The other info Roger has could also be revealed. What do you think? We will know for sure in a few hours.
I like the country twang they have added to Season 4 rendition of the skye boat song. It speaks of the Blue Ridge Mountains. I loved the music in the movie Cold Mountain with Nichole Kidman and Jack White played in the movie. They did a concert and included all the music (always telling a story) that has been passed down for generations. They, like the Scottish are a superstitious bunch and tell stories through their music. It's so soulful and I picked up on the change during the opening of the first episode America The Beautiful. Research Jack White and let me know what you think. They have tweaked the Skye Boat Song each season and I think it is just another added genius segment of Outlander.
Let's discuss episode 2 in this thread - but please note that ANY of the published books may be discussed in this thread, as well as current and future episodes of the show. So if you don't want to know about major book spoilers, avoid this thread!
Let's discuss episode 2 in this thread - but please do not include material from the books unless it has already aired in the TV show. Thanks!
This page on Diana's website lists various countries and how to watch the series there. It looks like it hasn't been updated for Season 4, but the main takeaway is really the explanation of how the show gets distributed around the world. There's a thorough explanation on the page, but tl;dr, Sony is the one who sells the show to international markets, so they're the ones you need to contact about how to watch the show in your country.
Okay, so I can't watch it today because I'm foreign, however, I have a question (Not about the episode), but does this page have a discord server?
OMG! I just finished watching the first episode. If this is indicative of season 4, then all I can say is bring it on. As they say in German, "Es war fantastisch, vor allem das Ende." It was fantastic especially the ending.
I just watched this interview with Diana from this year's Surrey International Writers' Conference, and I thought some folks here might be interested. She talks about visiting Canadian prisons to speak to inmates about writing.