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NEW Interview with Sam Heughan from TV Line   1 comment

Here is a NEW Interview with Sam Heughan from TV Line

From TV Line:

It’s kinda hard out here for a Dunbonnet.

Outlander‘s second episode found Jamie unkempt, unhappy and nearly unsuitable for human interaction after six years of living and grieving in solitude. “He’s just in pain all the time. He sees Claire everywhere. He’s reminded of his loss,” star Sam Heughan tells TVLine, “so he’s living with his instincts. He doesn’t really care about himself, he’s just living day to day with no real purpose.”

More after the jump!

Though Jamie is no longer the legal owner of Lallybroch — you’ll remember that he signed the estate over to Jenny and Ian’s son, Jamie, just before the Battle of Culloden — Heughan points out that his character still feels a great responsibility to keep the land and his loved ones safe… and that the Scot thinks that’s best done in his absence. “It seems that everyone around him gets hurt. He’s responsible for Jenny and Ian, and every time he gets close to them, something bad happens to them,” the actor says.

Take, for instance, the scene where Jamie holds his infant nephew, Ian, for the first time. “Jamie is  desperate to have his child, and he didn’t hold Brianna and see her when she was born. And when he gets to hold the newborn, it’s like that’s it,” Heughan points out, referring to Jamie’s having to keep the baby quiet while British soldiers sniff around a few feet from where he’s hiding.  “And then suddenly again. he puts the family in jeopardy.”

Read the rest of the interview here

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Posted September 18, 2017 by primrosesandrue16 in Interviews, Outlander, Sam Heughan

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One response to “NEW Interview with Sam Heughan from TV Line

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  1. A great interview – Sam expressed it so beautifully – in Jamie’s grief he just went through each day automatically without awareness. If he was asked what it was like, he wouldn’t be able to describe it – shock does that to you. Great interview.

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