**SPOILERS** from E! Online and IB Times   1 comment




From E! Online:

Allison: I’m so scared about the end of this season of Outlander! Is the show going to get as graphic as the books do?
We’re scared too, and we got even more scared after asking Tobias Menzies, who plays the beyond evil Black Jack Randall, that very same question: “I think it will be as graphic, yes,” Menzies says. “I don’t think we’ve ducked what Diana [Gabaldon] wrote, which is going to be some of the darkest stuff she wrote.” Pair this with the fact that Menzies joked(?) at this year’s PaleyFest panel that he would not have taken the role if he knew exactly what he was going to have to do, and we’re pretty sure this is going to be brutal. Are you terrified yet, non-book readers? Because you should be.

Nelly283: The Outlander premiere was spectacular!!! What’s next?
In this Saturday’s episode, we learn someone’s preggo, and someone’s no longer living. So basically, just a really boring hour of television…IN OPPOSITE LAND! (I hang out with small children far too often.) A grown-up would tell you that it’s another fantastic episode, filled with brilliant acting and writing, and gearing up for episode 111 (airing April 18), which has two jaw-dropping shockers for anyone who hasn’t read the books. Two moments that change everything moving forward. Book fans, any guesses?

From IB Times:

As those who have read the books know, there is a graphic scene in the books where Jamie is raped by Randall while in prison, and this will ultimately result in Jamie losing his will to live as Jamie is ashamed Randall succeeded in getting him aroused.

Meanwhile, within the next few episodes Claire will confess the truth about her past to Jamie, and although he believes her, it will take him some time to understand the enormity of the confession.

“He always knew she had a secret,” actor Sam Heughan told TVGuide. “So, when she finally reveals [she’s from the future], he says he believes her; he trusts her word. Whether or not he can get his head around the enormity of what that actually means, that takes a long time. But ultimately they have this bond and he trusts her and she trusts him and that’s an amazing thing.”

Read the full article at IB Times

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