*NEW* Clip from Outlander Episode 1×15 ‘Wentworth Prison’   7 comments

Here’s a new clip from the next episode on Outlander

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The time-traveling WWII nurse has managed to get inside the prison walls, but upon meeting with the warden, Sir Fletcher Gordon, she is given Jamie’s things – which all but confirms that his death is imminent. Inside the box are Jamie’s “Je Suis Prest” tartan pin (the Clan Fraser motto), and the wooden snake called “Sawny” (Jamie’s pet name) that his brother made for him when he was a boy. The fact that Claire is able to even sort of hold herself together here is pretty amazing, but then again, it reflects the strength of her character which will be vital in the coming episodes.

There’s also a fun bit of trivia connected to the minor role of Sir Fletcher that “Doctor Who” fans, as well as “Outlander” fans will appreciate. Sir Fletcher is played by actorFrazer Hines, who portrayed an 18th-century Scotsman named Jamie McCrimmon on “Doctor Who.” Hines’s “Doctor Who” character served as “Outlander” book series authorDiana Gabaldon‘s inspiration to set her novels in 1740s Scotland – and to call her male protagonist “Jamie.”

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7 responses to “*NEW* Clip from Outlander Episode 1×15 ‘Wentworth Prison’

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  1. Not allowed to see it from France ! will wait !

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    Christine Mugnier
  2. Why is this blocked in the US?

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  3. bummer its blocked

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  4. ok, i can see it now !

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    Christine Mugnier
  5. Reblogged this on OutlanderDreaming.

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  6. Reblogged this on Ana Fraser Lallybroch Blog.

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    anafraserlallybroch
  7. Pinned onto Outlander the Series.

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