We lay the past to rest and prepare for the future in the kind of Outlander episode we haven’t seen for a long while. Je Suis Prest (2.09)!
We follow up on The Fox’s Lair (2.08) with discussion of Laoghaire, magic and where in the timeline we’re supposed to be.
Jamie and Claire return to Scotland and run into old friends and enemies, though they’ve brought some magic with them from France — welcome to The Fox’s Lair (2.08)!
Join us as we look back on Faith (2.07), on the controversial title card, on rape and sexual violence in Outlander, and on Claire’s arc through grief.
This week, we look at fractured storytelling, fractured tone and a fractured Claire as we process grief and face the inevitable in Faith (2.07).
We look back on the collapse of our Best Laid Schemes (2.06) with some thoughts on positivity, on Claire, on the Fergus Fade, and on some recent statements by Diana Gabaldon.
All kinds of plans go agley for Jamie, Claire, Murtagh, St. Germain, Master Raymond — and especially for Black Jack Randall. Join us for Best Laid Schemes (2.06)!
In this bonus episode, Alastair delves into the life of Robert Burns, and his most famous work — and inspiration for the title of this week’s episode of Outlander — To A Mouse.
Is Jamie interested in vengeance or justice? Are Claire’s actions defensible? Has season two been a disappointment? Join as we follow up on Untimely Resurrection (2.05)!
We welcome a new writer to Outlander as Claire and Jamie wrestle with the past and future. Black Jack’s back, and it’s an Untimely Resurrection (2.05)!
Is Louise in a fairy tale? Is Raymond a magical man? Do we see genius that isn’t there? Join us as we revisit La Dame Blanche (2.04)!
Claire comes clean, just in time for all hell to break loose on the streets of Paris, and over the dinner table. It’s time to meet La Dame Blanche (2.04)!