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Date Posted: 09:31:42 04/29/15 Wed
Author: conmama
Subject: When I read Outlander, I always envision Jamie to be in his early 30's, he is so mature. I always have a hard time remembering he is just 22. Sam is doing a nice job and I am enjoying the series, but he isn't playing Jamie that I know and love...especially this last episode.
In reply to: kgp 's message, "It's interesting to me that Sam plays Jamie as more youthful and idealistic than I picture him. The eagerness in his eyes when he talks of finally getting his pardon, the playfulness between the two of them - I don't read that." on 05:41:02 04/29/15 Wed


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[> [> [> There was so much rewriting that it is difficult to compare it to the book. In a sense it was more realistically awkward than Jenny just meekly moving over while Jamie takes on his birthrite. -- kgp, 11:49:59 04/29/15 Wed


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