Episode 15: No, Simon Cowell and Mr. Garrison are not coming to #Outlander

In this episode, we discuss the recent casting announcement, a new podcast find, and the filming hiatus til the new year. We also continue with our read-along, discussing Chapter 12: The Garrison Commander.

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4 Responses to Episode 15: No, Simon Cowell and Mr. Garrison are not coming to #Outlander

  1. Bethany says:

    Hello ladies!! I am a new listener and just wanted to write to you and tell you how much I’m enjoying your podcast! I only recently started reading Outlander (I’m only halfway through, trying desperately to avoid spoilers!), not even knowing that it was being turned into a tv show. The last couple weeks as a new fan have been so much fun, learning how HUGE the fan base is, learning the book is actually a SERIES (more books! awesome!), finding out my mom read this book twenty years ago, not to mention the time I’ve spent on twitter looking at things like #pocketjamie. 🙂 I feel so lucky to have finally found this book series and just in time for the show! Your podcast is making my Outlander experience so much richer, thanks so much for all the work that goes into it. I can’t wait for August 2nd!!!

    • outlanderpod says:

      Bethany, thank you for listening, and for leaving such a sweet comment! So glad you are joining us in this journey. It’s never too late to start 🙂 Keep listening… this week and next, there are some especially exciting treats 🙂

  2. eugeniaelmo says:

    Hey guys I just have a wee comment about this episode podcast, which is very good as always…..
    Regarding the scene where Jamie is guarding Claire’s door, I was not surprised that he mention that she had crushed his liver because Jamie is a very educated man for his times and, in addition to having read a lot, he’s also been exposed to the the human body as a soldier, so I was not surprised that he mentioned the liver.
    Just a wee thought.
    Warm regards,

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