Episode 190: The good soap and bigamist misconduct

In this episode, we continue our Voyager read-along with Chapters 38 “I Meet a Lawyer.”

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3 Responses to Episode 190: The good soap and bigamist misconduct

  1. eugeniaelmo says:

    Dear Ginger and Summer,
    You are so entertaining! I love listening to you.
    Ginger, I like how you refer to the disabled as handicapable, when you describe how Claire doesn’t sound so compassionate when speaking about people with disabilities like Fergus or Ian. Having a walking disability myself, I feel handicapable is a very good way to put it. It has a positive twist to it. Thanks for giving me a good laugh everytime I listen to you.

    • @theoutlanderpod says:

      Eugenia, thank you so much for listening! We’re honored to be part of your day
      I believe it was Summer who may have said “handicapable”? But we like that term as well! The term “handicapped” tends to focus one’s attention on the lack of capability of a person. “Handicapable” focuses instead on the capability of a person.

      Thank you for being a super duper listener!! We appreciate you more than you know!

  2. Eileen says:

    I have never liked Jenny’s way of revealing that Jamie was married to Leery. I agree with you guys that it seems out of character. Her explanations are lame. She’s just selfish, and not doing a good job of loving her brother. I was trying to justify her actions, but after listening to your discussion, I think I’ll just remain mad at her. It’ll take more than the good soap, Jenny!

Let us know what you think! :)