Outlander Podcast Hosts Mary & Blake discuss everything YOU had to say about Outlander episode 4.07, “Down The Rabbit Hole”. And, boy, did you say A LOT….
In this episode, we discuss the difference between forward moving arcs and plots, the craziness of time loops, and how the listeners absolutely BRING THE HEAT…
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Blake, remember that Wilmington is in North Carolina, not South Carolina.
I would have been happy to see Brianna end up with anyone else but Laoghaire. If Brianna had gone to Inverness instead of doing a cross country hike, she wouldn’t have been robbed by the Tinker and made it to Ayr Harbor without the sidetrip to “Hell!”
Wish she could have spent more time at Lallybroch with Ian. Her mother had lived there, after all!
My good: Brianna and Joan. It’s a shame they won’t have much more time together.
Also, the scene with Roger and Fiona at the stones.
My bad: Wasted Time, wondering why the episode seemed to be a version of Claire’s wanderings on the island in Season Three. Seemed like the writer threw it together because the original version got canned since the Jenny arc was cancelled.
My great: The last moments between Frank and Brianna.
Holding my breath for the Wilmington episode. It’s going to be a bumpy ride!