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Date Posted: 07:51:12 04/26/15 Sun
Author: albion
Subject: I also thought Jenny came across as too bitchy. I had a quick re-read of the relevant chapter this morning and she simply wasn't that nasty. I still enjoyed watching the episode, but if you asked me to order the episodes in order of preference this would be my least favourite. The whole tone of the family reunion was different to the books. Jamie's return to Lallybroch is one of my favourite parts of Outlander as he finds some peace and happiness as he quickly settles back into being Laird. It was a far easier process in the books than it was last night. But hey ho! I'm still enjoying the series, but I was taken by surprised at the difference in tone between the series and the book.
In reply to: Shadow 's message, "Episode 112: Lallybroch" on 19:51:30 04/25/15 Sat


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[> I'm starting to forget scenes in the book, and haven't re-read on purpose ..I enjoy the show more that way. I don't like Jenny (not till MOBY) so her portrayal doesn't bother me. I don't know where drunk cocky Jamie came from? I enjoyed it though. Anyone notice Duncan Innes? I think they are introducing him early. I still I to watch with captions but Jamie did say Innis in another scene. All in all, I found the pace peaceful...the calm before the storm. -- M&M, 08:25:51 04/26/15 Sun


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