Friday, December 5, 2014

Outlander Cast: Jacobite History Lesson - Episode 12

Hosts Mary and Blake are back to ease "DroughtLander" with a history lesson on the Jacobites, their rebellions, where they came from and how it relates to this years Scottish Referendum.  In this episode you'll learn all about: our brand new Studio, a surprise announcement, our first sponsor, why Anne Boleyn was a hussie, why all the royal names piss Mary off, the return of The Plastics, why Bonnie Prince Charlie is like Barack Obama circa 2008, and how the show takes some relative creative license with the facts and we're ok with it..

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10 comments:

Terrie said...

Yay! You're back! Loved the history lesson, Blake, and so glad Mary is feeling better!

Bill R. said...

I think Mary was confusing Jacobite with the mythical Jackalope....not to be confused with the Basselope from 'Bloom County'

Bill R. said...
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Bill R. said...

Almost forgot...Congrats on the new baby.

Don't forget that Wales is also part of the U.K.

Now I want to rewatch 'The Tudors' and 'The White Queen' while waiting for 'Outlander' to return.

Char said...

This is the first podcast I've experienced. WOW!!! What an awesome history lesson. Now I need to start from the beginning....love it.

Great job....on the podcast....and The Baby!!!!

BlakeLarsen said...

Thank you! Glad that you enjoyed it. Did it help give context?

BlakeLarsen said...

Thanks Bill! The Tudors is one of our favorite shows ever. Thank you for the kind words about the show. We haven't watched The White Queen. Is it good?

BlakeLarsen said...

Hi Char! Welcome to the family! And thank you for the kind words about our show. Glad you liked it. Did it help give you an idea about whats happening around the Outlander time?

Nokomis Florida said...

Yes, I think you would also enjoy The White Queen.

Diane-crewe said...

congratulations on the new baby x
Blake you did very well .. BUT Queen Mary and Queen Ann were sisters .. not mother and daughter
Mary.. google Bonfire Night celebrated every year in the UK x

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