Outlander Podcast Hosts Mary & Blake discuss Outlander Season 3 episode 4 “Of Lost Things.”
In this episode, we chat: why this was the first step back in season 3, Blake takes a victory lap, Claire taking a back seat in her own story, why we wish they dedicated this whole episode to Jamie, how Sam Hueghan has killed it this season, why Blake’s not watching the preview trailers anymore, why you can’t be a man if you aren’t taught the Yankees suck and you only flip a steak once, the never ending controversy that is Geneva, three Outlandish theories of the week, the brilliance of Bob Dylan and much more!
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Thank you, great podcast, as always! So pleased its not just me that isnt taken with Bree, but then, I didnt like book Bree for a long while, so maybe she will grow on us? I am a fan of Lord John, and David Berry is fantastic, I totally adore him, especially the friendship with him and Jamie, great chemistry. Sam has totally dominated this season so far, he has been outstanding especially in this episode. Willy was off the charts great, brilliant acting by the young man, Clark Butler, outstanding. The scenes with Jamie and Willy were both heartwarming and ultimately heartbreaking, same for Lord John and Jamie, again, outstanding! Broke my heart when Jamie had to ride away, and the choice of song was spot on, inspired, even. Overall, one of the very best episodes, for me. 5kilts
I was told there would be no math!!! OOOOOOOK, I’ll do the math.
Frank was born in 1906, Claire was born in 1918. Frank was 12 years older than Claire.
Roger was born in 1941. Bree was born in 1948. Roger is 7 years older than Bree. Mommy-see-mommy-do. No, Roger did not have an AARP card.
Jamie was born in 1721 and was 6 years younger than Claire when they got married. Obviously Claire was born to be a cougar.
Jamie was 35 years old during the Helwater scenes, but he was 20+ years younger than the old perv Geneva was forced to marry 3 days later. Jamie was able to rise to the occasion, the old perv was not. Ha!
Love them or hate them, I feel the show is doing a much better job with Bree and Roger. I’ve always been a huge Roger fan, primarily because I never felt the need to compare him to Jamie. I didn’t start warming up to Bree until Book 8. I agree with Lani, the Claire story is just treading water right now. In comparison to Jamie’s adventures, the events in the 1960s are as dry as a popcorn fart and we don’t need to consume screen time on that right now. Joe Abernathy’s phone call said it all: After hitting a dead end on her search for Jamie, Claire’s life is her job right now. Small detail: they didn’t find Jamie on a ship manifest. Claire found him on the Ardsmuir Prison role after they had already searched the rolls of all of the other prisons that were in operation at that time. I’m certain we didn’t want to watch them search each one.
Again, I feel the Geneva story was told much better in the show. Many folks have seen some parallels between that scene and The Wedding. I saw it as a Pay-Forward scenario. Jamie found his first time “vexing” and he was grateful for how Claire patiently led him through the process. He did the same for Geneva. The “passion” was Jamie’s promise to Geneva that he would take his time so that it did not cause her so much pain. Period. He explained the difference between sex and love very well. But a young girl will always imagine herself in love with her First, allowing for a few exceptions.
I agree with everything that Kendra said in this one.
The gene for red hair is a recessive gene. You can have it but not know it. The red beard, though, is a marker for the gene. Why do I know this? My husband’s father was a redhead and my husband had a red beard even though his hair was almost black. My daughter’s married to a redhead and I’m hoping to have a redheaded grandbaby someday! 🙂
Only the first two book are strictly from Claire’s story. Book three is from multiple views.
And yet you were ok with Frank and Claire and they were 13 years apart in age.
Hey what happened to Blake’s boob count?
Jamie was ever the gentleman and even though he didn’t want to be there he wanted to make Geneva’s first time a nice experience.
Lord Melton getting drunk and spilling the beans about Jamie, was totally out of character. Being the honorable officer he never would have spilled the beans no matter how drunk, nor in fact would he have allowed himself to get drunk like that.
William didn’t have red hair in the book either.
Bear didn’t adapt the Bob Dylan song. It was a cover that Toni wanted to use since the original by Bob would have been too expensive to use. She liked the duet by a man and a woman.
I love Blake’s outlandish theories.
I want to know the name of the interpreter of Lady Geneva