Want a minute-by-minute recap of Outlander Season 3 episode 8, “First Wife?” We give all the details…
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Now let the show begin…[8:02 p.m.] This episode is called “First Wife,” or as my fellow Outlander Cast Writer Holly re-named it, “Finding Jamie Fraser.” I’m going with her suggestion. #TrustInHolly [8:03 p.m.] These three, for their own very respective reasons, are riding in with that “ah hell *sigh* let’s do this” look worn by anyone who has ever braved a lovable-but-dysfunctional family homecoming after time away. [8:04 p.m.] Jenny’s channeling her inner Clark Griswold all, “Claire, if I woke up tomorrow with my head sewn to the carpet, I wouldn’t be more surprised than I am now…” [8:05 p.m.] “Well, you look well” is about as subtle a conversation segue as asking about the weather. [8:06 p.m.] Tiny Fists of Fury – my new nickname for Jenny. And I just smiled ear-to-ear with the tap tap tap of Jamie’s nervous finger. I love how consistent and true-to-character Sam Heughan embodies Jamie’s mannerisms. [8:07 p.m.] Fergus said I was a natural at it, and I’m not just talking about my ability to sell booze. Also, bragging about your Auntie Claire’s aptitude for murder doesn’t seem the helpful way to go here, kid. [8:08 p.m.] Jamie’s insistence at how well he treated Ian brings up something that’s been rattling around in my brain. So, Jamie lived in a brothel, or at times, the print shop backroom… where did Ian and Fergus live – in bunk beds at the brothel? [8:09 p.m.] Apparently, billboard foreheads are a dominant gene in the Murray breeding game. Said with love. [8:10 p.m.] But I mean, doesn’t everyone follow Jamie around like a pup, hanging on his every word? [8:11 p.m.] Jenny introducing Claire as someone who “used to live in Lallybroch” ranks for me as the iciest barb Jenny’s tossed her way yet. And I also now have Gotype’s “Somebody That I Used to Know” playing on repeat in my head. [8:12 p.m.] If I had a dram for every time a woman in Jamie’s world took a low-blow shot at his knowledge on parenting, I’d be Sassenach wasted. [8:13 p.m.] Gather ‘round the fire, Jenny – your brother’s about to tell you a tall tale. I love that their lifelong close bond has Jenny all, go sell fiction somewhere else, James Fraser. Because I know your wife and her undying devotion to you. [8:14 p.m.] Murtagh! Please don’t cheat us out of a heart-tugging moment where Claire finally wonders about the fate of Murtagh (also, nice lead-in for a shameless plug: read Anne’s post about the fate of Murtagh). [8:15 p.m.] Mermaids, half-truths and a lifetime of Jenny’s resting bitch face – brothel’s not looking so bad after all, eh Claire? [8:16 p.m.] Prisoners at Alcatraz battled frigid currents to get off The Rock, and yet here’s Jamie’s freestyling toward it. The call of the white witch – and his longing his Sassenach – is mighty strong. [8:17 p.m.] And again I say, anyone else expecting Jamie to find a cloaked Luke Skywalker at the top or is it just me? [8:18 p.m.] This “aye, gimme me back me gold” plotline in the book always felt hokey to me, but while this convenient VO flashback feels a tad contrived, I love how much better this is playing out onscreen than it did for me in print. [8:19 p.m.] “I wasn’t on an island, but I was out there wishing for you to come and find me.” Hmm. A euphemism for Claire’s nights spent in the Randall home twin beds, “warmed” by thoughts of Jamie? [8:20 p.m.] Not to cut you off, Claire, but questioning Ned Gowan’s longevity is going to seem a silly place for incredulous thought when you hear what’s next… [8:21 p.m.] “Laoghaire, what the hell are you doing here?” – Jamie, AND ALSO EVERY HUMAN SINCE THE BEGINNING OF OUTLANDER TIME. [8:22 p.m.] Welp, the L word, and not the one I’d care to attach to these two. She might have asked for a Vince Vaughn “earmuffs” before belting out this rant laced with every degrading term targeted at a woman – in front of her two daughters. [8:23 p.m.] Dinna fash, there’s just the…err…three of us now? Holy shite hath hit the fan, Batman. Caitriona, shift’s off to you for your tremendous, and nearly wordless performance. [8:24 p.m.] Might we have tossed in a kid for this moment who didn’t completely resemble someone bred in a red-haired Fraser factory? I’m just sayin’. This girl looks more like Jamie than Willie. [8:25 p.m.] Ugh. According to my closed caption, Claire is softly sobbing. For the obvious, but also because it’s hard to make a swift exit with so_many_layers to throw on. #18thCenturyProblems [8:26 p.m.] See! Even Claire agrees, but Jamie skirts by on a well-placed technicality about the plausibility of additional red-haired men in Scotland. [8:27 p.m.] So many thoughts in one single minute….
Completely impressed that Claire found a filter in this moment, because “I told you to thank her, not marry her” was not the verb I’d have chosen.
“Because I am a coward, that’s why.” – Jamie, wisely going with honesty for a rare change in the past week.
LOW BLOW, KING OF MEN. Digesting Jamie’s conflicted stance in this emotional argument feels like trying to keep score in a Wimbledon match.
This scene officially rivals the creek-side knock-down in “The Reckoning” for their best duel.[8:28 p.m.] These two. Swoon. Forget the print shop, this is their reunion episode! [8:29 p.m.] JENNY, COME BACK LATER. There’s like 47 people living in that house, I’m sure they’ve heard a thing or two that pales in comparison to this. [8:30 p.m.] Now that was the Outlander I’ve come to love! I’ll drink to it too, Claire. [8:31 p.m.] Jenny either read my recap from last week tallying up all the Frasers’ honeymoon buzz-killers, or she’s playing her own home game. While we’re prancing out old conquests, anyone else curious what happened to Mary McNabb? Did she exit Lallybroch with a nice pension and shares of potatoes? [8:32 p.m.] Claire’s “I never had children with him” worked as well here as the last time she found a loophole to get around her time-traveling story, describing Frank as “no, he’s not alive” to Jamie at Castle Leoch. [8:33 p.m.] Making references to putting a lame horse out of its misery because it’ll never heal right seems ill-suited for use by a woman devoting her life to a man with one leg. [8:34 p.m.] Yes, in fact it did look like happiness, sis. Because happiness is not one-size-fits-all and this version of it is WHAT THEY DO BEST. Ian sees it. Get there quicker, Jenny. [8:35 p.m.] Each time Jamie stands iconic and stoic in that gate, I wonder if Claire can soak it in without thinking of how surreal it is to have sat on those ruined steps in the ‘60s mourning him. And yet, here they are. [8:36 p.m.] “Time for her to leave us be, to stay out of our lives.” – Our sentiments exactly, Leghair. [8:37 p.m.] Jenny offering the sign of the cross and a praise be to God is all of us when Jamie sheds his shirt. God’s tooth, SAVE THE PECS! [8:38 p.m.] Jamie injured and swigging straight from the bottle with his sense of humor intact and Claire the Healer operating on the dining room table – all set to the backdrop of Bear McCreary’s gorgeous arrangements. Damn, it’s so good to be home. [8:39 p.m.] Have I mentioned how much I love John Bell as Ian? It bears repeating. #DimplesForDays [8:40 p.m.] “Whisky’s a liquid, no?” – Jamie Fraser, employing my logic too. [8:41 p.m.] For those keeping score at home, what’s the fireside chat/revelation count for this episode thus far? [8:42 p.m.] I’m going to ignore the intent of this scene and just dream about spending a Hogmanay at Lallybroch with Bear McCreary’s music on repeat. [8:43 p.m.] Here’s a thought, if Jamie needs a smile here and there from a bright-eyed kid, I might suggest paling around with any of the baker’s dozen pattering around Lallybroch. Or how ‘bout a puppy? [8:44 p.m.] It’s the holidays, Jamie. Don’t get wrapped up in it. People always make half-baked choices when the vulnerability of the holidays sets in. DON’T BE THAT GUY. [8:45 p.m.] Sorry if I stuttered before, so let me be more direct – DO NOT ENGAGE WITH THAT C U NEXT TUESDAY. Hey, she said it… why can’t I? [8:46 p.m.] Please do not make Leghair out to be a victim here as a justification for how he could have ever gone through with this. We’ve already canonized Frank enough for two lifetimes, let’s take a knee on doing so for this conniving lass. [8:47 p.m.] Emergency surgery on the breakfast table – go for it. Flogging and battlefields – no problem. Prison – meh, what else you got? But needles in the ass? NOW YOU WAIT JUST ONE MINUTE WITH THAT BARBARISM, CLAIRE. #heatofshame [8:48 p.m.] No matter the tone, I adore seeing the powerhouse duo of Caitriona Balfe and Laura Donnelly in a scene together. This is one ya-ya sisterhood I can get behind. [8:50 p.m.] Quick poll: Who looks younger – Ned or Ian? Also, funny enough, Ned, we’re a trifle overcome to see your adorable unmarried self again. [8:51 p.m.] “I do hear Richmond is nice this time of year” – I’m going to start using that in everyday conversation, alternating with “I’m right on top of that, Rose.” [8:52 p.m.] Bill Patterson is a true gem, made even more so when he smiles through the delivery of “castration and bollocks.” [8:53 p.m.] There is no sum too outrageous here. I think we’d all be willing to pass the Sunday collection plate and donate to the cause, J. Fray. [8:54 p.m.] …That moment I realize how much I take for granted the wonderful ease of Venmo for quick payment transactions. You get to use emojis too, Jamie! [8:55 p.m.] I’ll take better care of him – rrrrrright after he battles hypothermia to help me shore up some alimony coin. [8:56 p.m.] The last time we saw them windswept with Jamie donning a sling and a periscope as they discussed their future, they were aboard a ship headed to France. Coming out of unbearable trauma, everything felt just as uncertain and yet, they looked less in despair and anxious by the unknown as they do here. (Side note: our own Andrée Poppleton witnessed the filming of this majestic scene at Dunure back in January. Read all about it here.) [8:57 p.m.] Not to helicopter-mom this scene, but shouldn’t we keep a constant eye on the 16-year old bobbing around in the icy, rocky current? [8:58 p.m.] BAM! One of the best lines of Voyager from the brothel that we all feared a product of the chopping block wasn’t lost after all. [8:59 p.m.] Um guys, I’m certain he can’t hear you. And in the off-chance he can, then so can the arrrgh pirates headed his way. Also, I know this is beside the point but I am a tad curious to know how Ian planned to freestyle his way back through that current carrying a heavy ass treasure chest. [9:00 p.m.] This whole situation is so Goonies that I keep waiting for Sloth to pop up with a Baby Ruth. [9:01 p.m.] Annnnnd, we’re setting sail… again. Je Suis Prest, Frasers!
To borrow a modified line from the Jamie Fraser playbook, “it’s very fine to see ye again,” Jamie. Because with this outstanding episode, we’re finally seeing the Jamie Fraser – and the Jamie-Claire union – we know and love. The one that makes keeps us grounded in our unfailing belief that, no matter what struggle awaits them – because you know it always does – together they bring out the best version of each other. And that was all here, and then some. And thank god we’ve made it, as we’ve only got five episodes left to see this story through. *panic breathing* Pass the paper bag.
I sopped up every morsel of delicious, meaningful dialogue that neither felt rushed nor forced us to feel like we were ping-ponging around just to race to the next point on the plotline. It was like everything you love – and fear – about coming home. Sometimes you’re welcomed with the warm nostalgia and fond memories you recall easily, and sometimes it’s like coming back to summer camp after the summer is over. But either way, it’s still home.
This ranked easily as one of my top episodes of this season. Bring on the high seas!
Thank you, friends, as always for joining us. If you’ve missed any of our episode recaps, you can catch up with them here:
Episode 3.01: “The Battle Joined“
Episode 3.02: “Surrender“
Episode 3.03: “All Debts Paid“
Episode 3.04: “Of Lost Things“
Episode 3.05: “Freedom & Whisky“
Episode 3.06: “A. Malcolm“
Episode 3.07: “Crème De Menthe”
I think I’ve watched this ep already 4 or 5x…. so good! ENJOY LADIES!
There is no limit on the number of acceptable re-watches. You do me proud.
[8:33 p.m.] Making references to putting a lame horse out of its misery because it’ll never heal right seems ill-suited for use by a woman devoting her life to a man with one leg.
LOL!! HA HA HA HA HA HA
Right? Seemed a tad off to me.
I know we’ll never see little Joanie McKimmie played by this actress again (she’ll be years older the next time, if we’re lucky to get that far), but I thought she was such a cutie. You can see that Jamie never fell in love with Lousy Leary, but he did want to be a father to those two girls. I loved this episode. I don’t think they could have packed one more plot element into it, yet it flowed beautifully.
Right?! So jam packed! I did have a moment where I wondered how present a father he was for those girls if he was living in Edinburgh and them elsewhere, just to escape her mother. Hmm.
Well done Ashley and Great Job Outlander new writer, what’s her name! And props to new director (to Outlander) Jennifer Getzinger. Gone from my mind is the “hiccough” from last week. Onward to next week!
Good riddance indeed to last week’s hiccup. Welcome back, Outlander! …and Jamie and Claire for that matter. The new folks did a great job! Thanks for your comments and kind feedback.
I agree, Nancy! One of my favorites!
First I have to say I absolutely loved everything about this episode. Some wonderful tender moments (OMG what is it about Jamie and children that makes my heart bleed) mixed in with the tear out your guts and have them for breakfast stuff.
Finding Jamie Fraser indeed, but I think we also found Claire again too. She finally got honest with him about their time apart. That totally gut wrenching answer to his low blow “when you left me” was incredible. I’ve always been impressed with the acting in Outlander but this episode was off the charts for all involved.
Agree with your 8.58 entry. Just wished they had given her a chance to respond.
Loved your closing comments (as usual) – reminded me of the line from the book. “Home is the place where, when you have to go there, they have to take you in.”
Last my favorite line from this episode was the swiss cheese comment, and then the look on his face after the whiskey one when she gave him the water was priceless. Jamie definitely is back.
Linda, thank you so much for your comments and kind feedback! I wish they had given her a chance to respond too. I suspect she was mulling it over when they realized the kid had been nabbed by pirates. Go figure, it’s always something. I love that quote from the book you mention! So many hearts flying out of my screen for that one.
Jamie is back indeed! And to your point, so is our spirited Claire!
Loved this. Funny and captured so much. So agree that the canonizing of Frank has been way too excessive. Will the writers ever get over their love affair with him? Liked this episode a lot. My favorites this Eason so far were 4 and then 6 and now 8. The only sour note for me was Claire’s indecisiveness at the end. Enough already. Commit Claire! It is past time.
Thank you so much for reading and commenting, Sharon! And no, the writers will never get over their puppy love for Frank. I’m not convinced we won’t have more flashbacks of him in the future because Bree will still remember him even if Claire doesn’t. And because the producers CAN’T GET ENOUGH OF HIM.
This whole situation is so Goonies that I keep waiting for Sloth to pop up with a Baby Ruth.
Oh my goodness! I almost popped a seam laughing at this line!
Heyyyyyy you guysssssss!
Why can’t Claire tell Jenny about the stones?
I wonder that too. I imagine because it starts them down a rabbit hole where everyone then knows and then the story deviates greatly.
Very enjoyable! Great comical commentary! I kept wondering why they couldn’t get a row boat for Ian….the pirates had a row boat….and boy did they set sail in record time!
LOL! That is so true! Throw the kid an oar why don’t you… literally.
Or when you want to disavow any participation in an event “I was in Montreal at the time” from “The Big Chill”.
Oh wow, I love you. One of my favorite movies of all-time. For the soundtrack and cast alone!
Ashley, You hit the nail on the head….to H.E. double toothpicks with the print shop, I agree this is the reunion!! And its about time! I found this season up until this episode longing to say the least and I know many will not agree but to me this season thus far was missing something…until now. This is the Outlander I love!! James “bullheaded” Fraser is finally back along with Claire “Feisty Fraser”….this is what I have been waiting for. The passion and true love! The fighting and rutting and waking up the whole house! Even Jamie’s hair was right on in this episode. I am back in the game and on the edge for next week! Thanks for your laugh out loud minute by minute. I love it!
Pam, thanks for reading and offering your comments and kind feedback. I’m with you – Jenny can save the water. Please let them continue to fight and rut like wild beasts, even if they wake up the whole house. THESE are the versions of our beloved characters that made us fall hopelessly in love with them and this saga to start with! They’re back baby! And I hope you’ll be back too for next week’s recap. Wink wink.
My faith in the production staff of Outlander has been restored. After the one-off disappointment of Episode-7, this episode is right back on the beam. The plot line is still packed tight with nary a moment to luxuriate in J&C love but such is price to pay for squeezing Voyager into little more than 13 hours. It matters little if the scenery passes by too quick so long as we get touched by the love between Jamie and Claire each episode, if only for a moment or two.
In terms of the details – I thought old Ian didn’t look quite so rickety as he did in Episode-7, which was good. I absolutely love young Ian and look forward to a lot more young Ian in the future. Ned Gowan was good to see and then of course there was LegHair who was masterful at engendering hateful feelings.
All in all, I’m a happy Outlander camper again.
Color me a happy camper too, Glenn. This felt like the magic of Season 1 all over again.
By the way – why isn’t this recap under “Episode recaps”?
Weird, it’s showing up for me under that tab…
Hi Ashley, and everyone!
I’ve got some more thoughts on this episode as usual.
After last week’s not so great episode, I really enjoyed this one: Claire is as
feisty and terrific as ever–now this is the strong woman I admire–
And Jamie–oh my, what else is there to say? I’m just a puddle on the floor.
Ashley, I’m with you, this is the Outlander I love.
I think a great deal of it had to do with seeing Lallybrock and Jenny and Ian
and Ned again. It was like seeing dear old friends again.
Okay, I loved the lovely character driven moments: I had to giggle at the Ian, Jenny, young Ian, Jamie conversation.
Young Ian just prattled on not even noticing how Jenny and Ian wanted to kill him. “Jamie took good care of me, I worked, made a wage, I was good at it. Fergus said so…”
Shut up, kid. Just shut up.
Jamie’s punishment making him handle the shit was hilarious and much better than a beating, I think.
Jenny, oh wow! I’d hate to cross her. And all those kids–well TV hadn’t been invented yet.
Loved seeing Claire with Ned, and was it just me, but did anyone else adore Jamie dancing with Leghaire’s daughters? So sweet! That little red haired girl melted my heart.
Loved the knock down drag out Jamie and Claire had. Honestly, it was a long time coming, and was right out of The Reckoning.
So much emotion, and even Jamie wasn’t holding back with Claire (he usually does) there’s so much emotion in that usually calm man, but when he breaks–watch out–
Oh, we almost had hot sex– I think it was even better than the brothel sex–I laughed out loud when Jenny threw a bucket of water over both of them.
You can tell it was so cathartic for Jenny to do it. Not so much for me though.
Loved seeing Claire doctor Jamie again–so sweet to see Ian too. It really reminded me of those early days of Outlander when Claire needed to doctor Jamie on a regular basis.
Okay, sorry guys, I HATED seeing Leghaire again. Why oh why did they have to write that soap opera convenience of “The love of his life is gone, he marries the bitch?”
If Jamie had to marry somebody else why couldn’t it have been Mary McNabb or someone who at least was not as one-dimensional in characterization?
It seems pretty contrived and lazy for it to have been Leghaire. What a mouth on Leghaire too! (and did I mention I have colorful language?) What kind of woman speaks that way in front of her daughters? Come on!
I have to say, I liked Frank, but find nothing redeemable in Leghaire (except for Mrs. Fitz)
I feel pretty sorry for Nell Hudson who has to play Leghaire.
But I love, love love, the girls who play the daughters. So cute! That redheaded girl looks more Frazier than Willie.
Okay, the alimony plot and getting the treasure seems pretty contrived, but I just loved young Ian. “I can swim that.”
God kid, Jenny’s going to kill you all over again!
Now it looks like pirates are on the horizon. Sounds interesting!
I know I am forgetting so much.
Thanks for listening and reading.
Frank…ugh….he found out Jamie survived Culloden and never told Claire….
Frank…ugh….he found out Jamie survived Culloden and never told Claire…. git a rope!
Great recap – mirroring my thoughts on most of the episode.
Loved it and the way it was adapted – parts even played as more realistic and true to characters than the book version and I love the books. Much better reaction by Jenny and Ian – enhanced by the emotion in those facial expressions. How great was the acting m – and it didnt feel so rushed.
Welcome back C&J – we have missed you.
We have missed you, indeed. I’m glad your thoughts mirrored mine… makes me feel like a dear friend was watching the episode with me. I mutter these things aloud when my husband watches with me and he just sort of looks at me like, “WATCHING. Put in your blog.” Point taken.
Lady, I sincerely hope you are becoming wealthy off these things , because they are truly Rich….luv,luv ,luv your sense of humor !
Hahaha, I get paid in comments and smiles from your and others’ interaction with these recaps. So thank you!
Did anyone else notice that Claire, who’s had more time than ANYONE else to prepare for the the ramifications of her return to Jamie is really the most ill-prepared?! The whining in the last scene about it being “so much harder” than she had thought… Wait, what?!?! Who are you, and what have you done with Claire? Stop it with the writing her this way! Time for Claire to s**t, or get off the pot. Loved when Jamie asked her if she was willing to forsake him now for the Jamie he once was! Are you serious?!
Did anyone else notice that the Murray men were more readily accepting of Claire? Ian easily hugged her in the brothel, albeit in a state of shock. The younger version started referring to her as Auntie in a conversation with Fergus back in Edinburgh, and that continued on in conversation with Claire during the surgery on Jamie’s arm. Janet (Jenny) didn’t come near Claire, and spent waaay too much time thinking up snarky comments to fling her way. The younger version still referred to “Leghair” as Auntie when she was offering Claire a whisky by the fire, after the knock-down, drag-out, and soooo close to sex scene. I do give both kids props for having the manners to offer REAL Auntie, Claire, an adult beverage at appropriate times of need…
All in all though, finally, finally OUTLANDER is back! It took a long time to get here. This week’s new writer got it!! And Cait and Sam together continue to be simply magic!!
Honestly, 13 episodes is better than zero, but then 13 episodes really is a disservice to a tome the length of VOYAGER (IMHO).
PREACH! Love all your thoughts here!
Hi there again,
I just had another thought about Leghaire.
Claire tearfully told Jamie “She almost killed me,” but Leghaire’s actions
DID actually lead to someone’s death and injury: Gellis (or Gillian)
Gellis did nothing to hurt Leghaire, and even sold her the ill wish that Leghaire wanted. And yet in her zeal to get rid of Claire to snag Jamie, she facilitated Gellis’s murder.
It seems like everyone forgot that.
Kimber, I love your name by the way. I tend to agree with you about Claire.
She tends to ambush and then regret her actions. She had so much time to
prepare and yet she is totally unprepared in so many ways.
Thanks for listening again
Dawn, thanks as always for your very astute comments! Your own minute-my-minute as a companion piece to mine. Love it.
OMG I loved the episode, hate Jenny, hate Ian, really really HATE Leeeery… but I am suppose to. Perfect minute -by -minute of “First Wife” will go back and read the other minute-by-minutes. I Think as others, this is my favorite of Season 3 so far. Still anyone else wonder why they don’t mention they have a Barin, Brianna? There Jenny is naming wee Jamie’s children like the Seven Dwarfs, and rude as can be to Claire intro to wee Jamie.. excuse me? Claire is way to polite. Still I can see myself just waving off the marriage to you-know-who-tried-to-burn Claire, Jamie is portrayed way way to handsome, sexy and gee husbandly if such a word, to turn away by such a wee indiscretion of marriage to HER! nope, it is alright Jamie..
Kathleen, I giggled out loud reading your comments. Claire used a filter I would not have had in those moments… clearly Jenny opted not to use hers! Thanks for reading and commenting.
Really loved this episode,Thank You Ashley for the fun post!
Of course! Thank you for reading, Suzanne.
The link to Anne’s post about Murtagh doesn’t seem to work – help please!.
Thank you Ashley for your hilarious and spot on recap of this episode (plus the other ones I have now gone back to read).
I am so happy to have found this special little place on the interwebs, where it feels like everyone is a friend. Well, at least equally as obsessed as I am with Outlander! I am finding that being able to come here in the very long 7 days between new episodes, is helping me cope just a little more. I am really struggling with having to wait for each episode, makes me appreciate having Netflix binged on Seasons 1 and 2 oh so much more!
But thanks to everyone for helping get through the days till the next episode, and keep up the great work Ashley.
Aw, thanks so much Ashley! Your compliments are sweet.
Everyone here has such great things to say regarding Outlander, I just love it!
Loved your balanced review. Sister-in-law from hell Jenny seems to get away with terrible behaviour , whilst if it had been Claire carrying on half as bad, she would have been called a bitch, a shrew and worse!
Just discovered your blog and am loving it. Always assumed that c u next Tuesday was a British euphemism but happy to share. I think Ned said that she who must not be named said she wanted Jamie’s bollocks ( not bullocks) hanging on the wall. Keep up the good work I’ll be tuning in weekly from now on . Sharing the Outlander love xx
Angela, thanks for the spelling correction! I will update it. LOVE that you’ve found our blog and these weekly minute-by-minute ramblings from me. Please come back, as we’re always ready to share the Outlander love. xx
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