Once again, I had the pleasure of connecting with award-winning performer Scott Kyle (Scottish actor, writer, motivational speaker, and so much more) to get an update on all sorts of exciting projects. Read on for more about this inspiring human, including the Shine A Light project, a new book, and some seriously excellent events.
Directing again for Outlander this episode is Jennifer Getzinger, and we have yet another fan favorite episode on our hands. Following almost exactly in her mother’s footsteps, Bree (Sophie Skelton) steps through the stones into 18th century Scotland. Just days behind her, Roger (Richard Rankin) follows suit and they are both navigating the past in an attempt to save their respective loved ones.
Directing for the second time on Outlander this season is Denise Di Novi. Paired with writing from Shaina Fewell, they pull this episode together with such beauty, it’s bound to be a favorite for many fans. Before we have time to get settled in our couch cushions we’re gifted with the return of yet another friendly face. Portrayed with excellence by David Berry, Lord John Gray makes a surprise visit to Fraser's Ridge. Last we saw his handsome face, Jamie’s son was a wee lad of just six years.
[Spoilers] This week’s title has us asking, Who exactly are the savages? It's not all savagery, as we learn an old friend is reunited with the clan.
[Spoiler] "The False Bride" gives us a glimpse into the relationship growing between Bree and Roger. While they attend a Highlander event, Claire and Jamie are making their way to what will soon become their new home in America.
[Spoiler] The Fraziers reach river run to meet Auntie Jocasta.
One person’s dream, as Jamie previously mentioned, can be a nightmare for others. How true that is Jamie. How true indeed.
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