After another long weekend of new sexual misconduct allegations, it might be faster if we just ask everyone who is not a rapey monster to step forward

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‘Outlander’: Time doesn’t matter

Outlander
“A. Malcolm”
October 22, 2017

“Creme de Menthe”
October 29, 2017

A fancy French lady adjusts Jamie’s tie, drapes him in a cozy woolen cloak, and sends him off to his day.

At the print shop he gives the sign outside a bit of spit and polish and has a cranky encounter with two of his “business” associates – the kind who can’t be seen coming through the front door. Jamie opens a hidden panel in the wall and pulls out two sheafs of seditious pamphlets. He warns Frick and Frack that they’ll hang if they’re caught with them.

Geordie comes to work and Jamie immediately sends him out again to get more soda ash for the press. Geordie is like NO NO THAT’S FINE I JUST GOT HERE AND COULD HAVE DONE IT ON THE WAY IN IF YOU’D MENTIONED IT LAST NIGHT BUT NO THAT’S FINE.

Geordie seems like a lot.

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‘Outlander’: Freedom & whisky

Outlander
“Freedom & Whisky”
October 8, 2017

BOSTON 1968

A big yellow taxi pulls to a stop, a shockingly vivid pop of color on an otherwise gray and listless street. Handsome Roger steps out of the cab. I assume his balls will be delivered by truck later, because it takes a massive pair to fly 3,000 miles and show up unannounced and unexpected on someone’s doorstep.

At Christmas.

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‘Outlander’: Of lost things

Outlander
“Of Lost Things”
October 1, 2017

SCOTLAND 1968

Claire’s timeline has caught up to the present and converged with the events from Season 2’s finale. Claire and Brianna were visiting family in England when they learned of the death of old friend Rev. Wakefield.

They traveled to Inverness where Brianna stumbled upon news accounts of Claire’s disappearance. She did the math and realized Frank couldn’t be her biological father, but rejected Claire’s story of sexy time travel.

Until Brianna witnessed another woman, Gillian Edgars, go through the stones at Craigh na Dun.

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